CASE STUDY GIVEN THIS SCENARIO: Mr. and Mrs. Reyes died in a tragic accident when they went to a private island for a vacation. Authorities

CASE STUDY GIVEN THIS SCENARIO: Mr. and Mrs. Reyes died in a tragic accident when they went to a private island for a vacation. Authorities found that they have a lot of money in the bank and bought treasury bills in the stock market. The couple is known to have a son, from whom they are estranged. This man is the sole heir to the Reyes’ fortune. Five men showed up, each claiming to be the couple’s long-lost son who ran away after a misunderstanding with his father. You are called in as a genetics expert to decide who the rightful heir is. You will need to develop a Punnett square based on the genotype of the deceased to eliminate the imposters. A successful result will identify the true heir. Sex-Linked Inheritance Mr. Reyes Color-blind Mrs. Reyes Homozygous for normal vision Manuel Color-blind Oscar Normal vision So who gets the money? Justify your answer.

can anyone solve for me these 2 Q sss Transcribed Image Text: 4. A drop of oil falls down onto the road from the engine

can anyone solve for me these 2 Q sss Transcribed Image Text: 4. A drop of oil falls down onto the road from the engine of a moving car every 5 s. Motion is
leftwards. Left direction is positive. The figure below shows the pattern of the drops left
behind on the pavement.
a) What is the average speed/ average velocity of the car over this section of its motion?
b) Is the acceleration positive, negative, or zero?
600 m
5. Ali throws a stone vertically upward from rest and then the ball falls down on the ground as
seen in the sketch below (Notice the sign convention in the sketch). For the key points A,
B,C, D shown, indicate whether the position (y), velocity (v), and acceleration (a) are
positive, negative, or zero.
A: Immediately after the stone leaves Ali’s hand.
B: The topmost position.
C: At the level of Ali’s hand on the way down.
D: Immediately before the stone hits the ground.
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Harris Company manufactures and sells a single product. A partially completed schedule of the company’s total costs and costs per unit over the relevant range

Harris Company manufactures and sells a single product. A partially completed schedule of the company’s total costs and costs per unit over the relevant range of 30,000 to 50,000 units is given below: Required : 1. Complete the above schedule of the company’s total costs and costs per unit. 2. Assume that the company produces and sells 45,000 units during the year at a selling price of $16 per unit. Prepare a contribution format income statement for the year. Transcribed Image Text: Units Produced and Sold
30,000
40,000
50,000
Total costs:
Variable cost
$180,000
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Fixed cost…
300,000
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Total cost
$480,000
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Costs per unit:
Variable cost
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Fixed cost….
Total cost per unit
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Problem 1. Write computer programs for the Substitution Cipher based on Z29 which is corresponding to 26 alphabetic characters (0 – 25), space (26), and

Problem 1. Write computer programs for the Substitution Cipher based on Z29 which is corresponding to 26 alphabetic characters (0 – 25), space (26), and “, ” (27) “.”(28). The key is a random permutation π on Z29. Write down encryption and decryption programs. For the encryption, the plaintext and the key need to be input. To input the key, use the permutation of 0, 1, . . . , 28. The plaintext should be input as English letters. The out put will be the ciphertext which is also English letters. Select a paragraph of text which contains more than 25 words (I don’t think any two people will choose a same paragraph if they choose independently) and encrypt it using your encryption algorithm. Then use your decryption program to check the correctness. You can use Java. Record your plaintext, ciphertext and the key π in your answer sheet.

2.1. Find the least number of cables required to connect 100 computers to 20 printers to guarantee that every subset of 20 computers can directly

2.1. Find the least number of cables required to connect 100 computers to 20 printers to guarantee that every subset of 20 computers can directly access 20 different printers. Justify your answer. 2.2. The English alphabet contains 21 consonants and five vowels. How many strings of six lowercase letters of the English alphabet contain 2.2.1. Exactly one vowel? 2.2.2. Exactly two vowels? 2.2.3. At least one vowel? 2.2.4. At least two vowels? 2.3. What are the values of these sums? Transcribed Image Text: Department of Computer Science and Information Technology
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2.3.2.
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(21+1 – 2/)
2.3.3.
2.3.4.

solve all parts with detail explanation. Definitely I will give Upvote. Transcribed Image Text: For each of the following scenarios determine the growth or decay

solve all parts with detail explanation. Definitely I will give Upvote. Transcribed Image Text: For each of the following scenarios determine the growth or
decay factor. (hint: whether it is growth or decay and the
number associated with that)
a) A amazon delivery person wants to double the number of
deliveries each week.
b) A track star wants to decrease his running time by 1% each
month.
c) A ball bounces to a height that is 5/7 the height of the
previous bounce.
d) The price of food has risen about 21% every year in some
areas.

USE THE FOLLOWING SCHEMA TO WRITE SQL STATEMENTS FOR QUESTIONS 5-11 BELOW Branch( branch_id:integer , branch_name:varchar(50), branch_location:varchar(40), money_on_hand:numeric(15,2) create table Branch (branch_id integer, branch_name varchar(50),

USE THE FOLLOWING SCHEMA TO WRITE SQL STATEMENTS FOR QUESTIONS 5-11 BELOW Branch( branch_id:integer , branch_name:varchar(50), branch_location:varchar(40), money_on_hand:numeric(15,2) create table Branch (branch_id                              integer, branch_name                                 varchar(50), branch_location                 varchar(40), money_on_hand                 numeric(15,2), primary key (branch_id)); Loan( loan_number:integer , branch_id:integer, amount:numeric(8,2)) foreign key branch_id references Branch(branch_id) create table Loan (loan_number            integer, branch_id                                  integer, amount                                     numeric(8,2), primary key (loan_number), foreign key (branch_id) references Branch (branch_id)); Customer( customer_id:integer , customer_last_name:varchar(35),customer_first_name:varchar(25), customer_street:varchar(30), customer_zip:integer) create table Customer (customer_id              integer, customer_last_name          varchar(35), customer_first_name         varchar(25), customer_street                 varchar(30), customer_zip                      integer, primary key (customer_id)); Borrower( customer_id:integer , loan_number:integer) foreign key (customer_id) references Customer(customer_id) foreign key (loan_number) references Loan(loan_number) create table Borrower (customer_id              integer, loan_number                            integer, primary key (customer_id, loan_number), foreign key (customer_id) references Customer (customer_id), foreign key (loan_number) references Loan (loan_number)); Depositor( customer_id:integer , account_number:integer) foreign key (customer_id) references Customer(customer_id) foreign key (account_number) references Account(account_number) Note: as the Account table is a referenced table, you have to create that table first. create table Depositor (customer_id              integer, account_number                      integer, primary key (customer_id, account_number), foreign key (customer_id) references Customer (customer_id), foreign key (account_number) references Account (account_number)); Account( account_number:integer , branch_id:integer, balance:numeric(8,2)) foreign key branch_id references Branch(branch_id) create table Account (account_number                  integer, branch_id                                  integer, balance                                     numeric(8,2), primary key (account_number), foreign key (branch_id) references Branch (branch_id)); 5- Find Customer ID, Customer name and Customer City for all accounts, sorted by Customer City, then Customer Last name. 6- Find Customer ID, Customer name and the number of loans for each Customer. 7- Find Loan number and Customer Id of the loan with the lowest amount. 8- Create a view called Gary_Branch_V that contains Branch Id, Branch name, and number of loans for each Branch that is in the city of Gary. 9- For each Customer in Hopkins, find the balance in their account(s). 10- Find how many different accounts each customer has at each Branch. The output should be a list of Customer ID and for each Customer ID, the number of accounts for this customer by Branch ID. 11- Find the branch with the highest or largest Average loan amount.  List the Branch ID, Branch Name, and the Highest Average loan amount.

A subsidiary entity, Crystal Ltd, is for sale at a price $ 6 million. There has been some interest from prospective buyers but no sale

A subsidiary entity, Crystal Ltd, is for sale at a price $ 6 million. There has been some interest from prospective buyers but no sale as yet. One buyer has made an offer of $ 5 million but the directors of the parent company have declined the offer. An accountant firm which was appointed by the parent company has just submitted a report and advice that the fair value of Crystal Ltd is $ 7.5 million. They have decided not to lower the sale price of Crystal Ltd at the moment. Discuss whether the subsidiary can be classified as held for sale. refer to above details when answering.

Three years ago, Linda Williams and her brother-in-law Robert Jones opened Marin Department Store. For the first 2 years, business was good, but the following

Three years ago, Linda Williams and her brother-in-law Robert Jones opened Marin Department Store. For the first 2 years, business was good, but the following condensed income statement results for 2022 were disappointing. MARIN DEPARTMENT STORE Income Statement For the Year Ended December 31, 2022 Net sales $730,000 Cost of goods sold 584,000 Gross profit 146,000 Operating expenses Selling expenses $103,750 Administrative expenses 20,750 124,500 Net income $21,500 Linda believes the problem lies in the relatively low gross profit rate of 20%. Robert believes the problem is that operating expenses are too high. Linda thinks the gross profit rate can be improved by making two changes. (1) Increase average selling prices by 15%; this increase is expected to lower sales volume so that total sales dollars will increase only 4%. (2) Buy merchandise in larger quantities and take all purchase discounts. These changes to purchasing practices are expected to increase the gross profit rate from its current rate of 20% to a new rate of 25%. Linda does not anticipate that these changes will have any effect on operating expenses. Robert thinks expenses can be cut by making these two changes. (1) Cut 2023 sales salaries of $62,250 in half and give sales personnel a commission of 2% of net sales. (2) Reduce store deliveries to one day per week rather than twice a week; this change will reduce 2023 delivery expenses of $41,500 by 40%. Robert feels that these changes will not have any effect on net sales. Linda and Robert come to you for in deciding the best way to improve net income. Answer the following. Prepare a condensed income statement for 2023 assuming Linda’s changes are implemented.

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Prepaid advertising
53,000
44,250
Total current assets
102,250 $
88,000
Plant and equipment:
Building (net)
119,500 $
125,250
Land
87,500
87,500
Total plant and equipment
207,000 $
212,750
Total assets
309,250
300,750
Liabilities
Current liabilities:
Accounts payable
131,250 $
119,500
Salaries payable
21,750
17,500
Total current liabilities
153,000 $
137,000
Long-term liabilities:
Mortgage note payable
98,250
86,500
Total liabilities
251,250
223,500
Owner’s Equity
J. Brown, capital
58,000
77,250
Total liabilities and owner’s equity
309,250
300,750
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Complete a horizontal analysis for Brown Company. (Negative answers should be indicated by a minus sign. Leave no cells blank –
be certain to enter “O” wherever required. Round the “percent” answers to the nearest hundredth percent.)
BROWN COMPANY
Comparative Balance Sheet
December 31, 2020 and 2019
Increase (Decrease)
2020
2019
Amount
Percent
Assets
Current assets:
Cash
13,750
$4
9,000
Accounts receivable
17,250
13,000
Merchandise inventory
18,250
21,750
Prepaid advertising
53,000
44,250
Total current assets
102,250
88,000
Plant and equipment:
Building (net)
119,500
125,250
Land
87,500
87,500
Total plant and equipment
207,000
212,750
Total assets
309,250
300,750
Liabilities
Current liabilities:
Accounts navahle
131 250
119 500
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