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# Match these items. Match the items in the left column to the items in the right column. 1. accounting cost money value of a good or service that is charged to the customer 2. alternative relating to money 3. monetary option 4. opportunity cost happiness; satisfaction 5. retail price value of all the alternatives given up 6. trade-off value of the best alternative given up 7. utility cost of producing a good or service

Problem 1-2a (part level submission) on august 31, the balance sheet of la brava veterinary clinic showed cash \$9,000, accounts receivable \$1,700, supplies \$600, equipment \$6,000, accounts payable \$3,600, common stock \$13,000, and retained earnings \$700. during september, the following transactions occurred. 1. paid \$2,900 cash for accounts payable due. 2. collected \$1,300 of accounts receivable. 3. purchased additional equipment for \$2,100, paying \$800 in cash and the balance on account. 4. recognized revenue of \$7,300, of which \$2,500 is collected in cash and the balance is due in october. 5. declared and paid a \$400 cash dividend. 6. paid salaries \$1,700, rent for september \$900, and advertising expense \$200. 7. incurred utilities expense for month on account \$170. 8. received \$10,000 from capital bank on a 6-month note payable. collapse question part (a) prepare a tabular analysis of the september transactions beginning with august 31 balances.
When interest is compounded continuously, the amount of money increases at a rate proportional to the amount s present at time t, that is, ds/dt = rs, where r is the annual rate of interest. (a) find the amount of money accrued at the end of 3 years when \$4000 is deposited in a savings account drawing 5 3 4 % annual interest compounded continuously. (round your answer to the nearest cent.) \$ (b) in how many years will the initial sum deposited have doubled? (round your answer to the nearest year.) years (c) use a calculator to compare the amount obtained in part (a) with the amount s = 4000 1 + 1 4 (0.0575) 3(4) that is accrued when interest is compounded quarterly. (round your answer to the nearest cent.) s = \$