7. Evaluate the statement: "If there are sacrifices to be made for human progress, it is not essential to hold to the principle that those to be sacrificed must make the decision themselves?"
When consumers purchase tickets to entertainment events they 're usually purchasing more than one. They may be purchasing for a friend or family member that is to be expected to pay them back, they do
8. Tammie makes $150 a day as a bank clerk. She takes off two days off work without pay to fly to another city to attend the concert of her favorite music group. The cost of transportation for the trip is $250. The cost of the concert ticket is $50. The opportunity cost of Tammie's attending the concert is:
Is it reasonable to assume this level of operating income will be achieved? Briefly explain. $30,000 / (1-0.40) = 4x($40.08-$3.05) + 1x($13.09-$3.05) - $263,245 $30,000 / (1-0.40) = x($158.16) - $265,245 $30,000 = x($94.896) - $157,947 $187,947 = x($94.896) x = 1980.5577 tickets 1(1980.5577) = 1981 comp tickets 4(1980.5577) = 7923 paying tickets in order to earn $30,000 Operating Income after taxes The total number of 7923 paying tickets is reasonable to be achieved, although it is above the number of 7000 tickets that the reserved seating can actually hold at ALLTEL Pavilion.
On Wednesday 05/16/2018 at approximately 1945, I, Officer A. Rodriguez #217 was dispatched to the University Police Department Lobby (located 6300 Ocean Drive Corpus Christi, Texas 78412, which is on Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi) in reference to an individual reporting that he was bite by an animal.
The second person is a friend name Mirielle. She works for two days in a week, she gets 280 dollars every week she calculates her expenses using the pie chart. Every month she paid car insurance as well as medical bills, she has a car every two weeks she buys gas. However, she still uses the public transportation to go to school. Although she uses the pie chart she doesn’t end up following it, the only time she takes her time to calculate her spending it when she knows, she does not want the item. If she spends her money on it will be
People in my situation often can't commit far in advance to attending a 2 or 2+ hour show. As such, we wait till closer to the event to make a decisions. At that time, prices can be substantially higher – Prospect, Male
Parts of opportunity cost are explicit costly (money spent along the project to make it happen, for the task to be done perfectly money and labor need to be involved, e.g. Boss paid workers for their project, students pay tuition to enroll in class and all other amenities involved.) and implicit cost (one’s time value or origin in the next best alternative. The time incorporated in order to run out the next best option).