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ECON1030 – BUSINESS STATISTICS 1 GROUP ASSIGNMENT 1

ECON1030 – BUSINESS STATISTICS 1

GROUP ASSIGNMENT 1

Due: Week 6

Instructions:

This is a group assignment with a minimum group size of two and a maximum group size of four. The total marks for the assignment is 10. All group members will receive the same marks for the assignment.   All group members must be enrolled in the same tutorial.  The assignment must be provided in the form of a (brief) business report. Please submit a softcopy of your assignment via Turnitin and (in the following tute) submit a hardcopy to your tutor.

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Answer:  1

(A) Income Statement

Income:    
Revenue 5325  
Closing stock 125  
Net income   5450
     
Expenses:    
Loan paid off 1500  
Supplies 450  
Salaries                                2150    
(+) O/S                                   350 2500  
Rent of equipment              900    
(-) Prepaid                          (300) 600  
Repairs 150  
Net expenses   (5200)
Net Profit   250

(B)  Balance Sheet

Liabilities Amount Asset Amount
Capital               3000   Cash in hand 655
(-) Loan paid    (1500)   Debtors 650
(-) Drawings     (520) 980 Stock in hand 125
Outstanding salaries 350 Prepaid rent on equipment 150
Profit 250    
       
  1580   1580

(C)  Yes Wally’s venture was successful. In a short span of time i.e. 4 months he is able to earn a profit of $250.

He successfully utilised all the resources and was able to generate good revenues.

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Student Name

Course Name

University Name

27th-March-2014


 

[ACQUISITION & DIVESTMENT SECTION GOES HERE]

Groups will also need to understand the mechanisms – acquisition and divestments – used to change the portfolio and the approach GE takes to managing its diverse activities and extracting synergies to provide shareholder value.

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22175 pl publish

Managing Business Internationally
Reflective Development Plan
 
 
 
 
 
 


Table of Contents

Introduction. 3

Review of Theoretical Knowledge. 4

Reflection of Practical Experience. 6

Evaluation and Comparison of Theory and Practice. 9

Conclusion. 12

References. 13

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INTRODUCTION

The era of 21st century is the era of technology. Not only technology has affected our daily lives but has also entered the field of medicine. Unlike past treatments, when the patients were completely dependent upon the doctors for their recovery, the new approach of consumer centered care, focuses on building relationship with patients and providing care and support to meet the individual patient and family’s requirements and priorities. This needs a lot of understanding between the patient, his family and the doctor/nurse.  There should be an in depth know how of patient’s circumstances, his culture values and preferences because all these components have a major influence on various decisions.

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IMAGE ANALYSIS

IMAGE – 1

When analysing an image, the factors to look for are the colours, if any, in the image, although some black and white images may portray strong emotions and make a direct impact on the viewer. In the captioned image, the emphasis of the creator is on creating a contrast between the pink colour in the background and the black silhouette of the gun along with the man wearing an outfit of the same colour. When an analysis of these two contrasting, diametrically opposite shades of life are portrayed on the canvas by a creator, it shows the contrasting thoughts and the conflict going on in the mind of the creator (Linke, 2004).

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