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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   8   Asked One day 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   12   Asked One day 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   10   Asked One day 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   10   Asked One day 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   10   Asked One day 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   8   Asked One day ago
Bond Anticipation Notes
Bond Anticipation Notes
Green Mountain County had the following transactions related to the issuance of its bond anticipation notes. All amounts are in thousands of dollars.

Transactions:

1.   The county issued $5,000 of 6-month, 6% bond anticipation notes (BANs) on March 1, 20X5. The proceeds will be used to begin construction of a major courthouse addition and improvement.
2.   Pre
Accounting   derro   9   Asked One day ago
Other Expenditure Transactions
Other Expenditure Transactions
Listed below are various transactions affecting the City of Highland Flats General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 20X4.

Transactions:

1.   Near the beginning of the year, the City was sued by one of its residents claiming that the resident was injured due to a hazardous sidewalk. The resident is asking for damages of $500,000. The City expects to win t
Accounting   derro   10   Asked One day ago
Capital Leases
Capital Leases
A general government department of the City of Rocky Flats 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 (i.e., the capitalizable cost of the leased asset) was $5,000. The implicit rate of interest on the lease is 10%. Subs
Accounting   derro   11   Asked One day ago
Inventory Journal Entries
Inventory Journal Entries
A government with a beginning inventory of supplies of $100 in its General Fund and had the following transactions during the year (all amounts are in thousands).

Transactions:

1.   Ordered supplies with an estimated cost of $3,150.
2.   Received supplies with an actual invoice cost of $2,920. No payment was made upon receipt; $2,950 was the encumbered amount.
Accounting   derro   10   Asked One day ago
Match the Resource Flow with the Type of Expenditure
Match the Resource Flow with the Type of Expenditure
Listed below in the left column are events that may or may not be expenditures for the General Fund. Listed in the right column are the classifications of expenditures for governmental funds. Correctly match each event with the appropriate expenditure classification. Unless specifically stated otherwise, assume all amounts have been incurred. If the event is not an expenditure, stat
Accounting   derro   8   Asked One day ago
Investment Accounting
Investment Accounting
The City of Mimosa reports most types of investments at fair value, except those exempted by GASB Statement No. 72. The following transactions occurred in the City of Mimosa during fiscal year 20X4 (all amounts are in thousands of dollars):

1.   Purchased investments in long-term, participating, interest-bearing securities, $3,000.
2.   Collected interest on its investme
Accounting   derro   11   Asked One day ago
Property Tax Entries (enhanced)
Property Tax Entries (enhanced)
The Jackson Independent School District began the year with the following accounts on its Balance Sheet related to property taxes (all amounts are in thousands of dollars). All accounts have normal balances:

Taxes Receivable – Delinquent      $2,000
Allowance for Uncollectible Taxes – Delinquent      400
Penalties and Interest Receivable      200
Allowance for Uncollec
Accounting   derro   12   Asked One day ago
Matching: Match the Revenue Source with the Type of Nonexchange Transaction
Matching: Match the Revenue Source with the Type of Nonexchange Transaction
Listed below in the left column are some revenue sources for the General Fund. Listed in the right column are the classes of nonexchange transactions delineated in GASB Statement No. 33, “Accounting and Financial Reporting for Nonexchange Transactions.” Correctly match each revenue source with the appropriate class of nonexchange transaction. Each class of nonexchange transaction ma
Accounting   derro   12   Asked One day ago
Matching: Match the Resource Flow with the Type of Revenue
Matching: Match the Resource Flow with the Type of Revenue
Listed below in the left column are some events that may or may not be revenues for the General Fund. Listed in the right column are the classifications of revenues for governmental funds. Correctly match each event with the appropriate revenue classification. Unless specifically stated otherwise, assume all amounts are earned, measurable, and available. If the event is not a revenu
Accounting   derro   12   Asked One day ago
Fund Balance Calculations
Fund Balance Calculations
The City of Armona had the following assets and liabilities at June 30, 20X3, the end of its fiscal year (all amounts are in thousands):

Assets
Cash
Investments
Taxes Receivable
Allowance for Uncollectible Taxes
Due from Special Revenue Fund
Inventory
Advance to Enterprise Fund
Total Assets   
5,250
250
1,300
(200
Accounting   derro   12   Asked One day ago
Property Tax Entries
Property Tax Entries
Selected transactions for the Jackson Independent School District are presented below. All amounts are in thousands of dollars.

1.   On January 1, the school district levied property taxes of $8,000. The due date for the taxes is March 31. The school district expects to collect all except $200 either by the end of the fiscal year or within 60 days thereafter. The other $200
Accounting   derro   10   Asked One day ago
Financial Statement Preparation/Presentation, Closing Entries
Financial Statement Preparation/Presentation, Closing Entries
Listed below (in alphabetical order) are the general ledger and budgetary accounts for the City of Walland. All balances are year end, unless otherwise noted. All accounts have a normal balance. At the end of the year, the City Council passed an ordinance that all outstanding orders would be honored in the following fiscal year. Also, the Finance Officer set aside $40 for equipment
Accounting   derro   10   Asked One day ago
Financial Statement Preparation/Presentation
Financial Statement Preparation/Presentation

(A)   Prepare, using good form, a skeleton General Fund Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balances.
(B)   Next, insert the number representing each of the following items in the appropriate location in the statement. If any item is not reported in the statement, explain why not.

1.    Property taxes levied for and collected in the current year
Accounting   derro   11   Asked One day ago
Journal Entries and Transaction Analysis
Journal Entries and Transaction Analysis
Selected transactions of the City of Miser Station General Fund for the 20X1 fiscal year are presented on the following page. All amounts are in thousands of dollars.

General instructions:
a.   Dates and formal explanations may be omitted, but number your entries appropriately.
b.   All interest rates are annual percentage rates (APRs).
c.   Record your entries o
Accounting   derro   11   Asked One day ago
Journal Entries and Transaction Analysis
Journal Entries and Transaction Analysis
Selected transactions of the City of Miser Station General Fund for the 20X1 fiscal year are presented on the following page. All amounts are in thousands of dollars.

General instructions:
a.   Dates and formal explanations may be omitted, but number your entries appropriately.
b.   All interest rates are annual percentage rates (APRs).
c.   Record your entries o
Accounting   derro   11   Asked One day ago
Matching: Financial Statement Preparation
Matching: Financial Statement Preparation
Listed below are the sections of the Balance Sheet and Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance that would be prepared for the General Fund:
Balance Sheet   Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance
A
B
C   Assets
Liabilities
Fund Balance

   D
E
F
G
H   Revenues
Expenditures
Accounting   derro   13   Asked One day ago
Matching events with types of interfund transactions
Matching events with types of interfund transactions
Transactions in governmental accounting may be classified as being either:
•   External – transactions between the governmental unit and its citizens, employees, suppliers, creditors, or other governments.
•   Internal – transactions between funds
A listing of all possible transactions would then look like this:
A.   External transactions
B.   Long-term loans
C
Accounting   derro   11   Asked One day ago
Transaction Analysis
Transaction Analysis
Use the formatted answer sheet provided to analyze the effects of each of transaction on the accounting equations of each fund or nonfund account affected by the transaction. Indicate increases by positive amounts; indicate decreases by putting the amount in parentheses.

1.   Beverly County issued at par $20 million of general obligation, 10%, 10-year bonds. The resources a
Accounting   derro   11   Asked One day ago
Fund and Nonfund Accounts identification
Fund and Nonfund Accounts identification
Match the following situations with the fund or nonfund account best suited to account for it. A fund or nonfund account may be used more than once.  The funds and nonfunds accounts are:

Situations   
 
   1. Federal grant proceeds received for construction of a new elementary school building

   2. Municipal electric utility bonds to be repaid from cus
Accounting   derro   10   Asked One day ago
Fund and Nonfund Accounts identification
Fund and Nonfund Accounts identification
Match the following situations with the fund or nonfund account best suited to account for it. A fund or nonfund account may be used more than once.  The funds and nonfunds accounts are:

A   Agency Fund   G   General Long-Term Liability Accounts
B   Capital Projects Fund   H   Internal Service Fund
C   Debt Service Fund   I   Pension Trust Fund
D   Enterprise Fund   J   Perma
Accounting   derro   11   Asked One day ago
Matching funds types to fund categories.
Matching funds types to fund categories.
Indicate how the following funds types would be classified as to category:  (G) governmental, (P) proprietary, or as (F) fiduciary.

1.   Internal Service
2.   Agency
3.   General
4.   Special Revenue
5.   Investment Trust
6.   Capital Projects
7.   Debt Service
8.   Pension Trust
9.   Permanent
10.   Enterprise
11.   Private-Purpose Trust
Accounting   derro   8   Asked One day 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   28   Asked A week 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   16   Asked A week 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   20   Asked A week ago
Write electron configurations for each element.
Write electron configurations for each element.
1) Write electron configurations for each element.

(a)  Mg
(b)  P   
(c)  Br   
(d) Al
   
2) Write electron configurations for each element.

(a)  CI     
(b)  Si     
(c)  Sr   
(d)  O
Chemistry   Benrick   18   Asked A week 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   15   Asked A week 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   15   Asked A week ago
Quantum Numbers
Quantum Numbers
1) What are the quantum numbers and names (for example, 2s, 2p) of the orbitals in the n=4 principal level? How many n=4 orbitals exist?

2) List the quantum numbers associated with all of the 5d orbitals. How many 5d orbitals exist?
Chemistry   Benrick   16   Asked A week ago
De Broglie Wavelength
De Broglie Wavelength
1) Calculate the wavelength of an electron traveling with a speed of 2.65×〖10〗^6  m/s.

2) What is the velocity of an electron having a de Broglie wavelength that is approximately the length of a chemical bond? Assume this length to be 1.2×〖10〗^(−10)  m.
Chemistry   Benrick   12   Asked A week ago
Wavelength, Energy, and Frequency
Wavelength, Energy, and Frequency
1) Arrange these three types of electromagnetic radiation – visible light, X-rays, and microwaves – in order of increasing:

(a)  wavelength    (b)  frequency    (c)  energy per photon

2) Arrange these colors of visible light – green, red, and blue – in order of increasing:

(a)  wavelength    (b)  frequency    (c)  energy per pho
Chemistry   Benrick   15   Asked A week ago
Photon Energy
Photon Energy
1) A nitrogen gas laser pulse with a wavelength of 337 nm contains 3.83 mJ of energy. How many photons does it contain?

2) A 100-watt light bulb radiates energy at a rate of 100 J/s. (The watt, a unit of power, or energy over time, is defined as 1 J/s.) If all of the emitted light has a wavelength of 525 nm, how many photons are emitted per second? (Assume three significa
Chemistry   Benrick   14   Asked A week ago
Wavelength and Frequency
Wavelength and Frequency
1) Calculate the wavelength (in nm) of the red light emitted by a barcode scanner that has a frequency of 4.62×〖10〗^14  s^(−1).

2) A laser used to dazzle the audience at a rock concert emits green light with a wavelength of 515 nm. Calculate the frequency of the light.
Chemistry   Benrick   11   Asked A week ago
More questions on Enthalpy Change and Standard Enthalpies of Formation
More questions on Enthalpy Change and Standard Enthalpies of Formation
1) A city of 100,000 people uses approximately 1.0 ×〖10〗^11  kJ of energy per day. Suppose all of that energy comes from the combustion of liquid octane (C_8 H_18) to form gaseous water and gaseous carbon dioxide.

Use standard enthalpies of formation to calculate ΔH°_rxn  for the combustion of octane and then determine how many kilograms of octane are needed to
Chemistry   Benrick   11   Asked A week ago
Change in Enthalpy and Standard Enthalpies of Formation
Change in Enthalpy and Standard Enthalpies of Formation
1) Use the standard enthalpies of formation to determine ΔH°_rxn  for the reaction.

4 NH_(3 (g))+5 O_(2 (g))→4 NO_( (g))+6 H_2 O_( (g))

2) The thermite reaction, in which powdered aluminum reacts with iron oxide, is highly exothermic.

2 Al_( (s))+Fe_2 O_(3 (s))→Al_2 O_(3 (s))+2 Fe_( (s))

Use standard enthalpies of format
Chemistry   Benrick   12   Asked A week ago
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