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To find the limit of a function with two variables by epsilon delta method
To find the limit of a function with two variables by epsilon delta method
Plz help me find the Limit of f(x,y)= (x^2-y^2)/(x^2+y^2)  as (x, y)  tend to (0,0) by epsilon delta method with a detailed solution.
Pre-calculus and Functions   Copernicus711   15   Asked 5 days ago
Question too long to be here. It's down there on my details part
Question too long to be here. It's down there on my details part
Rono, Wambulwa and Nora have been trading in partnership asYouandi Enterprises sharing profits and losses in the ratio of 2:2:1 respectively. They have presented the following profit and loss account of the firm for the year ended 31 December 2017:


Sh.000                     Sh.000
Gross profit     &nb
Accounting   Mugo   22   Asked 3 weeks ago
Question down there on my details
Question down there on my details
Mr. A. Kiriama prepared the following profit and loss account for his business for the year ended
31 December 2017

Income
Sh.                           Sh. Sales                                      &nb
Accounting   Mugo   24   Asked 3 weeks ago
Question too long... But it's on my details part down there. Please help
Question too long... But it's on my details part down there. Please help
The management of Nyakwerigeria Ltd a registered supplier of vatable goods presented the following information relating to the companies transactions for the month of October 2017.


Sh.
Sales at standard rate
36,000,000

Sales at zero-rate
14,000,000

Export sales
4,000,000

Exempt sales
6,000,000

Purc
Accounting   Mugo   29   Asked 3 weeks ago
Could someone point out citations where IQ and breastfeeding is correlated
Could someone point out citations where IQ and breastfeeding is correlated
Just in case of a good debate, would like some references on this subject.

Thanks
Referencing Help   klcarrasquillo   38   Asked A month ago
What causes varicose veins and how can I prevent it?
What causes varicose veins and how can I prevent it?
I'm absolutely terrified that I might develop them on my legs, what can I do to stop it from developing?
Curiosity Questions   habiba   31   Asked A month ago
Research and Data Collection Brainstorm questions, and create a 5- to 10-question survey to admi
Research and Data Collection Brainstorm questions, and create a 5- to 10-question survey to admi

   Research and Data Collection Brainstorm questions, and create a 5- to 10-question survey on (under-age alcohol consumption) to administer to adult acquaintances.

•         The survey must allow you to gather information about the effects and influence of your topic (under-age alcohol consumption) for the research paper.
•     
Sociology   mikedebone   25   Asked A month ago
Matching audit items to standard setters
Matching audit items to standard setters
Matching audit itemsMatch the following audit items with the most appropriate standard setting body. A standard setting body may be used once, more than once, or not at all.

Audit Item   Standard Setting Body
 
   1.   Type A Program

   2.   Generally accepted auditing standards

   3.   Opinion on financial statements

   4.   FFA

   5.   Si
Accounting   derro   28   Asked A month ago
Identifying Major Programs
Identifying Major Programs
A local government received and expended the following federal financial assistance under several programs during 20X4:

Program A   $100,000
Program B   200,000
Program C   650,000
Program D   875,000
Program E   1,025,000
Program F   900,000
Program G     1,000,000
   Total   $4,750,000

Requirements:

A.   Is this governmen
Accounting   derro   23   Asked A month ago
Federal Accounting Journal Entries
Federal Accounting Journal Entries
The following transactions and events were selected from a federal agency. All amounts are in millions of dollars.

Transactions:

1.   Received a warrant from Treasury for its appropriation for the fiscal year, $300.
2.   The OMB apportioned $80 to the agency.
3.   The agency head allotted $79 to specific purposes.
4.   Preliminary requests were made with
Accounting   derro   23   Asked A month ago
Statement of Net Position Reconciliation
Statement of Net Position Reconciliation
Information about the conversion of the June 30, 20X6, Governmental Funds Balance Sheet to the Statement of Net Position for the City of Pleasant Hill is presented below (all amounts are in thousands of dollars):

All governmental funds' fund balances      $13,000
Deferred revenues related to property taxes      2,000
Accrued interest on long-term liabilities      1,200
Accounting   derro   23   Asked A month ago
Worksheet Adjustments – One Worksheet Approach
Worksheet Adjustments – One Worksheet Approach
Selected governmental fund data from the City of Miller’s Cove is presented below (all amounts are in thousands of dollars):

Expenditures – Capital Outlay (Furniture and Equipment)      $3,500
Expenditures – Debt Service – Principal      200
Expenditures – Debt Service – Interest      200
Other Financing Sources — Proceeds from Sale of General Capital Assets      120
Accounting   derro   25   Asked A month ago
Major Funds Assignment
Major Funds Assignment
Below is information on total assets for various funds of the City of Dublin (all amounts are in thousands of dollars).

Fund   Assets
General   $1,300
Federal Grants Special Revenue   500
State Grants Special Revenue   200
City Hall Capital Projects   900
Debt Service   700
Water and Sewer Enterprise   8,000
Swimming Pool Enterprise   1,000
Fleet M
Accounting   derro   23   Asked A month ago
Net Position Calculations
Net Position Calculations
The City of Raymond reports the following fund information (all amounts are in thousands of dollars):
   
All governmental funds’ fund balance      $13,000
Restricted fund balances:
   Special Revenue Fund      1,200
   Debt Service Fund      1,700
General capital assets      10,800
Accumulated depreciation on capital assets       4,100
General long-term liabilities:
Accounting   derro   20   Asked A month ago
Net Position Calculations
Net Position Calculations
Note to Adopters: There are two versions of this problem: 3A, for the City of Floyd, contains the concept of “unspent proceeds” which is a complex addition to the problem; 3B, for the City of Raymond, excludes this concept. Choose the version that best fits what you covered in class.

Problem 3A – Net Position Calculations

The City of Floyd reports the following
Accounting   derro   24   Asked A month ago
Statement of Activities
Statement of Activities
Presented below is information for the governmental activities for the City of Pleasant Hill for the year ended December 31, 20X9 (all amounts are in thousands of dollars).

General property taxes revenue      $13,000
Unrestricted grants      4,000
Restricted grants for public safety      1,200
Capital grants for highways      300
Increase in fair value of investments   
Accounting   derro   21   Asked A month ago
Interfund, General Capital Assets, and General Long-Term Liabilities Transactions
Interfund, General Capital Assets, and General Long-Term Liabilities Transactions
Transactions (all amounts are in thousands of dollars):

1.   Employer contributions became due from the General Fund, $140, and an Enterprise Fund, $64, to the Pension Trust Fund. Total payroll costs were $2,000 for the General Fund and $900 for the Enterprise Fund. Equal employee contributions are to be withheld from these payroll costs and paid to the Pension Trust Fund w
Accounting   derro   25   Asked A month ago
Private-Purpose Trust Funds
Private-Purpose Trust Funds
The City of Lucky received a $3,000 gift of cash. The donor stipulated that the principal of the gift must be maintained intact. Earnings of the trust may be used only to restore historic buildings. The buildings are owned and maintained by the local, not-for-profit historical society, which is not part of the city government entity. All amounts are in thousands of dollars.
Accounting   derro   23   Asked A month ago
Financial Statement Preparation
Financial Statement Preparation
The accounts listed below are taken from an Internal Service Fund adjusted trial balance (all amounts are in thousands):

Accounts    Debit   Credit
 Accounts Payable        $44
 Accumulated Depreciation – Buildings        200
 Accumulated Depreciation – Furniture and Equipment        210
 Billings to Departments        981
 Buildings    $319   
 Capital Contributio
Accounting   derro   32   Asked A month ago
Internal Service Fund Journal Entries
Internal Service Fund Journal Entries
Listed below are selected transactions for the Maury County Internal Service Fund.

Transactions:

1.   Purchased a building on January 2, 20X2, by paying $100,000 down and borrowing $350,000 on a 6%, 10-year mortgage. Assume semi-annual mortgage payments are due each June 30 and December 31, beginning this year. The building will be depreciated over 20 years with
Accounting   derro   28   Asked A month ago
Enterprise Fund Transactions
Enterprise Fund Transactions
Listed below are selected transactions for the Rhea County Garbage Service, which is accounted for in an Enterprise Fund. All amounts are in thousands of dollars.

Transactions:

1.   Services of $5,000 were provided and billed to outside customers.
2.   Services of $750 were provided and billed to the General Fund.
3.   $750 was collected from other funds, a
Accounting   derro   36   Asked A month ago
Other Liability Transactions
Other Liability Transactions

Assume that the fiscal year-end for all the transactions below is June 30.
Transactions:

1.   The General Fund paid $12 to a Special Revenue Fund to repay it for General Fund employee salaries that were inadvertently recorded as expenditures in the Special Revenue Fund.
2.   The government decided to settle a lawsuit on the advice of its legal counsel. The la
Accounting   derro   31   Asked A month ago
Other Interfund Transactions: Debt Refunding
Other Interfund Transactions: Debt Refunding
Transactions:

The City of Armona has decided to refinance $8,000 of par value, general government, general obligation bonds outstanding. The bonds had a related unamortized bond premium of $200. The city issues $6,000 of refunding bonds at par and transfers $2,700 from the General Fund to the Debt Service Fund. The city paid $8,700 from the Debt Service Fund into an irrev
Accounting   derro   33   Asked A month ago
Other Interfund Transactions: BANs and Long-Term Debt
Other Interfund Transactions: BANs and Long-Term Debt
Transactions:

1.   The government issued $2,500 of 8-month, 9% bond anticipation notes. The notes meet the requirements to be accounted for as long-term debt. The proceeds are to be used to begin construction of a recently approved addition to the county jail.
2.   The government issued $5,000 of 10-year, 8% bonds at par. Bond issue costs of $50 were withheld from the pr
Accounting   derro   33   Asked A month ago
Other Interfund Transactions: Capital Asset Acquisitions and Disposals
Other Interfund Transactions: Capital Asset Acquisitions and Disposals
Transactions:

1.   A pickup truck purchased seven years ago for $30 with General Fund money was sold for $5. The government's proprietary funds usually depreciate this type of asset over a 10-year period using straight-line depreciation with zero (0) salvage value and disposes of assets at the end of its useful life.
2.   Sold land for $300, which had been used many
Accounting   derro   28   Asked A month ago
Other Interfund Transactions: Capital Leases
Other Interfund Transactions: Capital Leases
Transactions:

1.   A government Special Revenue Fund leased specialized equipment under a multi-year, noncancelable lease agreement that qualifies as a capital lease. The lease required a down payment of $500 and the present value of the minimum lease payments including the down payment (i.e., the capitalizable cost of the leased asset) was $5,000. The implicit rate of inte
Accounting   derro   30   Asked A month ago
Other Interfund Transactions: Loans
Other Interfund Transactions: Loans
Transactions:

1.   A loan of $50 was made from the General Fund to the Gasoline Tax Fund (GTF), which is accounted for as a Special Revenue Fund. The loan will be repaid in five years.
2.   The General Fund loaned $320 to the Capital Projects Fund (CPF #9)—to be repaid in 90 days.

Requirement:   Prepare the general journal entries using standard fund-type termin
Accounting   derro   24   Asked A month ago
Other Interfund Transactions: Transfers
Other Interfund Transactions: Transfers
Transactions:

1.   The $10 of remaining assets (cash) from a terminated Capital Projects Fund (CPF #1) were received by the General Fund.
2.   General Fund resources of $250 were paid to a newly established Capital Projects Fund (CPF #2). The resources will not be repaid to the General Fund.
3.   The government ordered that $140 be paid from its General Fund to the fu
Accounting   derro   30   Asked A month ago
Comprehensive Interfund Transactions
Comprehensive Interfund Transactions
events in the appropriate general ledger accounts of the appropriate funds for the year ended June 30, 2011. The City of Middlesettlements uses a series of each type of nominal account (e.g., Revenues–Property Taxes, Revenues–Other, Expenditures–Operations, Expenditures–Capital Outlay, Expenditures–Debt Service–Interest, OFS–Bond Principal, OFU–Transfer to GF, etc.), except for budg
Accounting   derro   26   Asked A month ago
Debt Service Fund Transactions
Debt Service Fund Transactions
Listed below are selected transactions from a Loudon County Debt Service Fund (all amounts are in thousands of dollars).

1.   The remaining funds of a Capital Projects Fund, $1,500, were transferred to the Debt Service Fund to be used in the repayment of debt and interest on that debt that was issued to finance and expansion of the county courthouse.
2.   The county Gene
Accounting   derro   25   Asked A month ago
Advance Refunding
Advance Refunding
The City of Armona has decided to refinance $8,000 par value of general government, general obligation bonds outstanding. The bonds had a related unamortized bond premium of $200. The city issues $6,000 of refunding bonds and transfers $2,700 from the General Fund to the Debt Service Fund. The city paid $8,700 from the Debt Service Fund into an irrevocable trust to cover future paym
Accounting   derro   35   Asked A month ago
General Government Refunding Transactions
General Government Refunding Transactions
The City of Dandridge has $8,000 par value of general government, general obligation bonds payable outstanding. The bonds have a call option at 102. The city has decided to call the bonds at their call date. The city uses a Debt Service Fund for all refunding transactions. All amounts are in thousands of dollars.

Transactions:

SITUATION A

1.   The city
Accounting   derro   30   Asked A month ago
Comprehensive Capital Projects Fund Problem with Budget
Comprehensive Capital Projects Fund Problem with Budget
Moore County is developing a new all-sports county park. The estimated cost of the project is $15,000 (all amounts are in thousands of dollars). Funding is being provided for the project based on the following schedule:

General Obligation Bonds, 8%, 30-year serial bonds      $ 9,000
State capital grant (expenditure driven, 30% of total costs)      4,500
County resources
Accounting   derro   32   Asked A month ago
Comprehensive Capital Projects Fund Problem
Comprehensive Capital Projects Fund Problem
Requirements:

1.   Prepare all the entries required in the Jail Addition Capital Projects Fund for Franklin County for the following transactions and events. No explanations are required. If no entry is required, state “No entry required” and state why. Assume that the bond anticipation notes meet the criteria for being treated as long-term debt. June 30 is the fiscal year
Accounting   derro   27   Asked A month ago
Bond Issues Question
Bond Issues Question
There are four (4) separate scenarios for bond issuances below. For each scenario, prepare the journal entry or entries for the transaction for the Capital Projects Fund and indicate the effects of each scenario on the Capital Projects Fund balance sheet equation and the General Capital Assets and General Long-Term Liabilities accounts.

Scenarios:

A.   $3,000 in
Accounting   derro   23   Asked A month ago
Writing Electron Configurations from the Periodic Table
Writing Electron Configurations from the Periodic Table
1) Use the periodic table to write the electron configuration for selenium (Se).

2) Use the periodic table to write the electron configuration for bismuth (Bi).

3) Use the periodic table to write the electron configuration for iodine (I).
Chemistry   Benrick   42   Asked 2 months ago
Valence Electrons and Core Electrons
Valence Electrons and Core Electrons
1) Write the electron configuration for Ge and identify the valence electrons and the core electrons.

2) Write the electron configuration for phosphorus and identify the valence electrons and core electrons.
Chemistry   Benrick   24   Asked 2 months ago
Writing Orbital Diagrams
Writing Orbital Diagrams
1) Write an orbital diagram for sulfur and determine the number of unpaired electrons.

2) Write an orbital diagram for Ar and determine the number of unpaired electrons.
Chemistry   Benrick   28   Asked 2 months ago
Wavelength of Light for a Transition in the Hydrogen Atom
Wavelength of Light for a Transition in the Hydrogen Atom
1) Determine the wavelength of light that is emitted when an electron in a hydrogen atom makes a transition from an orbital in n = 6 to an orbital in n = 5.

2) Determine the wavelength of the light absorbed when an electron in a hydrogen atom makes a transition from an orbital in n = 2 to an orbital in n = 7.

3) An electron in the n = 6 level of the hydrogen at
Chemistry   Benrick   19   Asked 2 months ago
More Quantum Numbers Questions
More Quantum Numbers Questions
1) These sets of quantum numbers are each supposed to specify an orbital. One set, however, is erroneous. Which one and why?

(a)  n=3; l=0; m_l=0
(b)  n=2; l=1; m_l=–1
(c)  n=1; l=0; m_l=0
(d)  n= 4; l=1; m_l=–2

2) Each of the following sets of quantum numbers is supposed to specify an orbital. However, each set contains one q
Chemistry   Benrick   22   Asked 2 months ago
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