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# Assume that Fred and Paul sign a contract in which Fred agrees to paint Paul's house in exchange for \$500. If Fred and Paul agree one week later that Paul will pay Fred's daughter, Emma, the \$500 directly as a birthday gift and they notify Emma of this fact, then Emma is a. intended beneficiary. b. assignee. c. incidental beneficiary. d. a delegatee. e. a beneficiary.

Acustomer at danielle, a french restaurant, complains to jason, the owner, about a specialty dessert being unacceptable. jason inspects the dessert and finds that brie, a type of cheese, is overripe. jason questions the new pastry chef, mario, who acknowledges he should have substituted another type of cheese for the brie. jason analyzes the situation and concludes that mario should be put through additional training to avoid such mistakes in the future. what type of analysis has jason performed in this situation?
Dahlia enterprises needs someone to supply it with 127,000 cartons of machine screws per year to support its manufacturing needs over the next five years, and you’ve decided to bid on the contract. it will cost you \$940,000 to install the equipment necessary to start production; you’ll depreciate this cost straight-line to zero over the project’s life. you estimate that in five years, this equipment can be salvaged for \$77,000. your fixed production costs will be \$332,000 per year, and your variable production costs should be \$11.00 per carton. you also need an initial investment in net working capital of \$82,000. if your tax rate is 30 percent and your required return is 11 percent on your investment, what bid price should you submit? (do not round intermediate calculations and round your final answer to 2 decimal places. (e.g., 32.16))