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Transcribed Image Text: Determine the hybridization of all atoms on the following structure by pointing to
За
each atom with a small arrow labeling the hybridization
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lone pairs
Draw the Lewis structure corresponding to the structure above showing all atoms and
3c)
Consider the same structure with each atom labeled below:
e
Determine the angles of the following bonds on the structure
Оa-Cb-Сс:
Сс-Cd-Ce:
Ce-Cf-Cg:
3d) (potnts) Rank the following selected bonds on the structure above in order of increasing bond
length. Specify which one is the shortest and which one is the longest
Oa-Cb; Cc-Cd; Cd-Ce; Cf-Cg

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stem (Academic)
e. None of them
XYZ Company incurred the following costs for the month of August when it observed an activity
level of 5,000 units: Variable costs $32,500, Fixed costs $25,000; Mixed costs $21,500; Total costs
$79,000. During October, the activity level was 16,000 units, and the total costs incurred were
$178,000. If the activity level were expected to be 7,000 units for the month of December, what
amount of total costs would be expected?
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Brian had found two companies from which to rent video games. West Game Rental charges a monthly fee of $14.00 and allows Brian to rent games for $1.00 per game. South Games charges no monthly fee but allows Brian to rent games for $3.00 per game. Brian states, “South Games will cost less money than West Games because there is no monthly fee.” Part A: Determine all possible values for the total number of games, g, rented per month for which Brian’s statement is correct. Part B: Determine all possible values for the total number of games, g, rented per month for which Brian’s statement is incorrect. Part C: Enter the number of games rented per month in which the cost of renting games is the same for both companies.

A large city in the mid-West needs to acquire a street-cleaning machine to keep its roads looking nice year round. A used cleaning vehicle will

A large city in the mid-West needs to acquire a street-cleaning machine to keep its roads looking nice year round. A used cleaning vehicle will cost $85,000 and have a $20,000 salvage value at the end of its five year life. A new system with advanced features will cost $150,000 and have $40,000 market value at the end of its five year life. The new system is expected to reduce labor hours compared with the used system. Current street-cleaning activity requires the used system to operate 8 hours per day for 20 days per month. Labor costs $50 per hour (including fringe benefits), and MARR is 12% per year. a. Find the breakeven percent reduction in labor hours for the new system. b. If the new system is expected to be able to reduce labor hours by 17% compared with the used system, which machine should the city purchase? c. Investigate how sensitive the decision is to 1) changes in the market value of the new system and 2) the productivity improvement of the new system. Graph your results.

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Laurent Company entered into this transaction during 2014. (a) Issued CHF 50,000 worth of ordinary shares for cash. (b) Purchased a machine for CHF30,000, providing a long-term note in exchange. (c) Issued ordinary shares of CHF 200,000 on the conversion of the double bonds value of CHF200,000. (d) Declare and pay a cash dividend of CHF18,000. (e) Sell the long-term investment at a cost of CHF15,000 for cash of CHF15,000. (f) Collect CHF16,000 from accounts receivable. (g) Paid CHF 18,000 on accounts payable. Instruction: Analyze transactions and show whether each transaction generates cash flow from operating activities, investing activities, financing activities, or non-cash investing and funding activities.

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