select a public company for which there has been a reported agency conflict between managers and shareholders

 

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can someone explain to me how to  index,code,and sort record and need to help doing this,just show me a examle or anything...im taking records management class.thank you

can someone explain to me how to  index,code,and sort record and need to help doing this,just show me a examle or anything...im taking records management class.thank you

explain darwens theory 

Scenario 1 (length: as needed)

Suppose the market for a certain pharmaceutical drug consists of domestic (United States) consumers and foreign consumers. The drug’s marginal cost is constant at $5 per dose. The demand schedules for both regions are given below. 

        

US

Foreign

Price

Quantity

Quantity

  $60

   1,000

    200

   55

   1,500

    250

   50

   2,500

    400

   45

   4,000

    600

   40

   8,000

  1,000

   35

 14,000

  2,000

   30

 20,000

  3,500

   25

 30,000

  7,000

   20

 40,000

 16,000

   15

 55,000

 35,000

   10

 65,000

 75,000

    5

 77,000

150,000

 

  1. Assuming the markets cannot be separated (and thus the same price must be charged to both regions), what is the marginal revenue for the quantities that you can determine?  What price should be charged to maximize profit?
  2. If the markets can be separated, determine the marginal revenues in each market. If the firm must set a single price for the drug in each market (the prices can vary between markets), what price should be charged in the foreign market? In the domestic market?  What happens to the company’s profit?

Scenario 2 (length: as needed)

Assume that the drug company can negotiate with the US and foreign government(s) and thus tries to implement the two-tier pricing scheme that was described in lecture 3, with one price for access to the drug, and a second price set per unit of the drug set at the marginal cost of the drug.  You may assume that the increase in demand happens at exactly the listed prices.  That is, 200 consumers in the foreign market would be willing to pay exactly $60, an additional 25 would be willing to pay $55, 150 more would be willing to pay $50, and so on.

  1. What prices would the pharmaceutical company set? 
  2. What is the company’s profit?
  3. Does resale between markets need to be prevented?

 

Scenario 3 (length: as needed)

You are in charge of setting the optimal price for tickets for a local hockey team.  The demand schedule for hockey tickets is below:

        

US

Price

Quantity

  $10

   6,000

   11

   5,900

   12

   5,750

   13

   5,500

   14

   5,200

   15

 4,900

   16

 4,500

   17

 4,000

   18

 3,500

  1. What price maximizes the revenue from tickets? (Note, since marginal costs are assumed to be zero, this also maximizes profits)
  2. Each spectator also spends money parking and on concessions. The team owns both the nearby lots and the concession stands at the arena. The team has estimated that concession profits increase by $5 per person, and for every four spectators, one parking permit that is priced at $10 is purchased. With these new sources of revenue, what is the optimal ticket price?

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Ive understood the first part of this lab and have gotten all the answers. i just need help on answers #21 through #27. Im pretty lost on this....

we are using the "

Brookshear machine simulator"

 

 

 

 

 

Experiment 2 

In this Experiment you will learn about the use of the JUMP instruction. The following 

program contains both conditional instructions and a loop. 

 

memory memory 

address content comment 

F0 20 ;LOAD R0 with 00 

F1 00 

F2 21 ;LOAD R1 with 01 

F3 01 

F4 23 ;LOAD R3 with 03 

F5 03 

F6 B3 ;JUMP to FC if R3 equals R0 

F7 FC 

F8 50 :ADD R0, R1 into R0 

F9 01 

FA B0 ;JUMP to F6 

FB F6 

FC C0 ;HALT 

FD 00 

 

 

Step 1. Either re-start the simulation program, or select C to clear both main memory 

and registers of any previous values. Then select option M to enter the program. 

 

Check that the program has been placed correctly in memory. © Anthony W. Smith, 2014 

CSCI 108: Survey of Computer Science 

 Lab 4: Introduction to machine code lab 

 

 

 

 

Step 2. Select option P, and set the Program Counter to the address of the start of the 

program 

 

 

Step 3. Select option S to execute the program one step at a time. Record the value of 

the PC after each step. (HINT: you should record 13 PC values including FC for the 

HALT instruction.) 

 

19. _________________________________________________________________ 

_________________________________________________________________ 

_________________________________________________________________ 

 

 

Step 4. How many times do we go round the loop? 

 

20. _________________________________________________________________ 

_________________________________________________________________ 

_________________________________________________________________ 

_________________________________________________________________ 

_________________________________________________________________ 

 

 

Step 5. A JUMP instruction is said to be unconditional if a jump will occur every time 

the instruction is executed. 

 

21. the JUMP at address FA is an unconditional jump (T / F) _________________ 

 

 

Step 6. Say I erased the program from memory, then entered it again starting in location 

A0. Two instructions would have to be changed for the program to work. Write down 

the old instruction, the new instruction, and the new comment for each. (Check your 

answers by entering the new program and running it until it terminates.) 

 

 

22. old instruction #1 ___________________________________________________ 

 

23. new instruction #1 __________________________________________________ 

 

24. new comment #1 ___________________________________________________ 

 

 

 

25. old instruction #2 ___________________________________________________ © Anthony W. Smith, 2014 

CSCI 108: Survey of Computer Science 

 Lab 4: Introduction to machine code lab 

 

 

 

26. new instruction #2 __________________________________________________ 

 

27. new comment #2 ___________________________________________________