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1  The sale of a house calls for  payments of P950 at the end of each month for 25 years,if money is worth 18%, m= 12 what single payment today is equally acceptable?

2   A commercial bank pays interest at 13%, m= 2 on all the time deposits,what sequence of equal deposits at the end each six months for 5 years would accumulate for p120,000?

Writing your Reflective Summary

Reflective writing encourages you to consider and comment on your learning experiences—not only WHAT you’ve learned, but HOW you did so. It enables you:

A lot time at college is generally spent considering; pondering as to what individuals have to say about their thoughts on a particular topic and how they are able to change them. It is for the most part trusted that the reasoning procedure includes two viewpoints: intelligent speculation and basic considering. They are not separate procedures; rather, they are firmly joined. Doing this includes returning to your related knowledge and information of the subject you are investigating. (Coleman et al., 2015). It additionally includes as what to consider as  your thoughts important enough in the way you perform. The examination of your convictions, qualities, demeanours and suspicions shapes the establishment of your comprehension.

THE CORE CHALLENGES OF LOCAL CONTENT OF CSR IN GHANA (A CASE STUDY OF TULLOW OIL)–86969

Abstract:

This research study has intended to evaluate the challenges of local content of corporate social responsibility of Ghana. The researcher has taken Tullow Oil as the case study analysis of this research. Tullow Oil Plc is a multinational company of oil and gas. This oil and gas exploration company has been founded in Tullow region of Ireland. The headquarter of this company is situated in London, United Kingdom. This company is considered as one of the leading independent companies of oil and gas exploration industry among the whole world. Focus of the business operation of this company is to find as well as monetize the oil within the region of Atlantic and African margin.  Main production of this company comes from the major six countries of Africa. Main discovery of Tullow oil is the offshore Jubilee Oil Field of Ghana. Tullow Oil has invented this oil field in 2007. However, this field has started its production in the year of 2010 for Tullow Oil Company.  This company has obtained huge success within the oil exploration field of Ghana, Uganda, Kenya and other African countries. However, the researcher has done effective qualitative analysis of secondary and primary data of the research. The researcher has analyzed that, activities of CSR are very useful for maintaining the reputation as well as image within the competitive sector of the market. The activities of CSR have been remained as one of the most important attributes towards the successful operation of an organization. The researcher has chosen interpretivism to deal with the issues of research.

Java Inheritance Programming-108980

Student Mohammed from USA

Assigned & Due: 10/7/15
1. (10 points) Java Inheritance.
You are to develop and test the following in Java: 1 interface, 4 abstract classes, 3 other classes and 4 objects. The interface is named cs398Live. The abstract classes are named cs398Thing(baseclass) and Rock, Plant, and Animal (derivedclasses),asparentandchildren,respectively. The Cat and Dog classes, in turn, are subclasses of Animal. You must provide a constructor for each of the classes.

Statement of Cashflows 2008-2009-Proposed Balance Sheet 2010-Capex-111951

 Statement of Cashflows 2008-2009 Cash flows from operating activities Net Income 58,45,936 Add Non Cash/Non Operating items: Interest 1,53,311 Depreciation 3,75,794 5,29,105 Cash profits after tax 63,75,041 Accounts receivable 1,55,835 Merchandise inventory 7,21,605 Prepaid expenses 1,65,118 Accounts payable 2,06,011 Accrued Compensation (99,177) Accrued Other Liabilities (1,09,149) Short term debt 73,816 Rent-Building 5,59,576 Rent-Vehicles 1,04,101 Net cash provided by operating activities 81,52,777 – Cash flow from investing activities Purchase of Plant (3,20,320) Purchase of Other Assets (56,328) Net cash provided by investing activities (3,76,648) Cash flow from financing activities Rent Paid (6,63,677) Interest paid (1,53,311) Long term equity (13,14,417) Issue of shares 4,01,559 Dividend Paid 59,62,544 Net cash provided by financing activities (76,92,390) – Cash Balance at prior year-end \$   15,57,575 Net Cash Added in the year 83,739 Cash Balance at current year-end \$   16,41,314
 Proposed Balance Sheet 2010 Amount Current Assets 2010 Cash Balancing Figure Accounts receivable, net 12053174 Accounts Receivable is assumed to be 14% of Revenue Inventory 16557750 Inventory is assumed to be 23% of Cost of Goods Sold Prepaid expenses 5487 Constant Total Current Assets 28616411 Plant, Property, And Equipment 73,53,575 Accumulated Depreciation (25,73,751.25) Assume Depreciation to be 35% Net PP&E 47,79,823.75 Net Property plant Other Assets 64,526 Constant Total Assets ############# Liabilities and Owners’ Equity Current Liabilities Accounts payable 42,92,750 8% of COGS Accrued compensation 18,39,750 3% of COGS Accrued other liabilities 69,685 Line of credit 0 Long-term debt due within one year 6,71,068 Total Current Liabilities Long-term debt 30,16,179 Owners’ Equity 23571329.66 Total Liabilities and Owners’ Equity Total Liabilities and Owners’ Equity 3,34,60,761
 Cap EX For the New Store Rent 1 2 3 4 5 279227 287604 296232 305119 314273 PV @10% COC assumed 261458 244820 229241 214653 Total 950172 Initial Capex Building Improvements \$7,10,000 Yard \$2,00,000 IT / Computer Equipment \$3,50,000 Furniture \$50,000 Total Capex 2260171.7 Part 4 The preparation of the budget for the company needs a clear intepretation of the various income and costs parameters that needs to be looked into before budget can be prepared. The important questions that come are the growth in the revenue that is expected in the market. the planning of expenses that is going to be incurred in the long run. The management should answer this questions to intepret the chnages in the various assets such as the percentage  collected and paid over the year transactiosn. These if presented in figures help to bring the same thing forward.This will chnage the effect in the P/L as the revenues and the other items will chnage as per the estimates and also the COGS would change and hence there would be change in the profits as well. So these questiosn help to decide the figures in the budgets.
 Statement of Cashflows 2008-2009 Cash flows from operating activities Net Income 58,45,936 Add Non Cash/Non Operating items: Interest 1,53,311 Depreciation 3,75,794 5,29,105 Cash profits after tax 63,75,041 Accounts receivable 1,55,835 Merchandise inventory 7,21,605 Prepaid expenses 1,65,118 Accounts payable 2,06,011 Accrued Compensation (99,177) Accrued Other Liabilities (1,09,149) Short term debt 73,816 Rent-Building 5,59,576 Rent-Vehicles 1,04,101 Net cash provided by operating activities 81,52,777 – Cash flow from investing activities Purchase of Plant (3,20,320) Purchase of Other Assets (56,328) Net cash provided by investing activities (3,76,648) Cash flow from financing activities Rent Paid (6,63,677) Interest paid (1,53,311) Long term equity (13,14,417) Issue of shares 4,01,559 Dividend Paid 59,62,544 Net cash provided by financing activities (76,92,390) – Cash Balance at prior year-end \$   15,57,575 Net Cash Added in the year 83,739 Cash Balance at current year-end \$   16,41,314

Wellness and Wellbeing-112544

Kids, characterized by and large as those people who are underneath the age of 18 years of age, have yet to ascend to their capacities and parts in the public eye. As per a registration made last 2002, youngsters 0-14 years old were appeared to contain around 2 billion of the worldwide populace and dwarfed the various age bunches. The study has additionally made projections of the gathering populace and manages that the youngsters age gathering will remain generally consistent at 30% up until the following fifty years. An unmistakable indication of wellbeing and wellbeing in the public arena is confirmed by sound youngsters, making groups more dynamic.