Business, 22.06.2019 03:00, Shaness6941

# Amanager faces peak (weekly) demand for one of her operations, but is not sure how long the peak will last. she can either use overtime from the current workforce, or hire/ lay off and just pay regular-time wages. regular-time pay is $550 per week, overtime is $825 per week, the hiring cost is $2,000, and the layoff cost is $3,000. assuming that people are available seeking such a short-term arrangement, how many weeks must the surge in demand last to justify a temporary hire? hint: use break-even analysis (see supplement a, “decision making models”). let w be the number of weeks of the high demand (rather than using q for the break-even quantity). what is the fixed cost for the regulartime option? overtime option?

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Business, 21.06.2019 22:10, angellynn581

3. now assume that carnival booked lady antebellum in december 2016 to perform on the june 2017 western caribbean cruise. further assume that carnival pays lady antebellum its entire performance fee of $52,000 on december 28, 2016, for the june 2017 cruise. what journal entry will carnival make on december 28, 2016, for its payment to lady antebellum?

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Business, 21.06.2019 22:10, heybrothwrlogan

Acompany's static budget estimate of total overhead costs was $250,000 based on the assumption that 10,000 units would be produced and sold. the company estimates that 20% of its overhead is variable and the remainder is fixed. the total overhead cost according to the flexible budget if 14,000 units were produced and sold is: (do not round intermediate calculations.)

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