## Frank Poole had been teaching hearing impaired students in theJackson County schools for six years w

Frank Poole had been teaching hearing impaired students in theJackson County schools for six years when he was hospitalized withpneumocystis carinii pneumonia and, subsequently was diagnosed ashaving AIDS. Despite the county medical director’s report thatPoole’s condition did not place his students or others in theschool at any risk, the Department of Education reassigned Poole toan administrative position and barred him from teaching in theclassroom. Poole filed suit, alleging that the Departmentdiscriminated against him on the basis of his disability (AIDS).What legal statue(s) applies in this case? What issue(s) must thecourt decide in this case? If you were the judge, how would yourule? Did the employer discriminate unlawfully? Why or Why not? Attached

## Estimate the costs of such things as rent, gasoline, food, etc. in your local area and decide how fa

Estimate the costs of such things as rent, gasoline, food, etc. in your local area and decide how far the amount of money shown in the chart would go in takingcare of a family of four.
Family of 4 yearly income of \$18,850 \$23,570 and \$21,680
Graph using rent of \$500.00 per mo utilities \$150.00 per mo Food \$400 per mo

## 4. Draw a very neat and clearly labeled graph of the 45 degree-line like we did in class. This is ca

4. Draw a very neat and clearly labeled graph of the 45 degree-line like we did in class. This is called the “Keynesian cross”: it is a graph where the two axesrepresent real GDP (supply) and real aggregate expenditure (demand).

(a) On your graph, you should have a 45 degree-line together with a line that represents aggregate expenditures (A.E.) for your macroeconomy. On the horizontal axis,identify three unique levels of real GDP:

(i) a point where real GDP is less than A.E. (label this as Point A);
(ii) a point where real GDP is equal to A.E. (label this as Point B); and,
(iii) a point where real GDP is greater than A.E. (label this as Point C).

(b) From these three possible levels of real GDP, which one represents the point where our economy is in the recessionary phase of the business cycle?

(c) If your economy starts out at the point you identified in part (b), explain how the economy will adjust to reach its true macroeconomic equilibrium where supply =demand. (If you want full points, then your answer should be thorough and involve how inventories change, how production changes, and how we move along the A.E.line.)

## it says eddy opened a carpet cleaners on april 1 and the following transactions were completed (numb

it says eddy opened a carpet cleaners on april 1 and the following transactions were completed (numbers in front are days of transactions)
1 invested 10480 cash in business
1 purchased used truck for 5740 paying 2870 cash and balance on account
3 purchased cleaning supplies for 1160 on account
5 paid 1740 cash on one year insurance policy effective apr 1.
14 billed customers 4836 for cleaning services.
18 paid 1562 cash on amount owed on truck and 464 on amount owed on cleaning supplies
20 paid 1858 cash for employee salaries
21 collected 1392 cash from customers billed on march 14
28 billed customersw 2446 for cleaning services
30 paid gas and oil for month on truck 209
30 withdrew 625 cash for personal use
this is the general journal then a trial balance worksheet with the following adjustments
earned but unbilled revenue at apr 30 was 676
depreciation on equipment for the month was 270
one-twelfth of the insurance expired
an inventory count shows 378 of cleaning supplies on hand apr 30
accrued but unpaid employee salaries were 455

then i have to do an income statement, owners equity statement, balance sheet, general journal, closing entries and adjusting entries using a 3 column form of account,and finally a post-closing trial balance

## Downing Co. produces and sells synthetic string for tennisrackets.The following transactions were co

Downing Co. produces and sells synthetic string for tennisrackets.The following transactions were completed by DowningCo., whose fiscal year is the calendaryear:2002July1.Issued \$20,000,000 of 5-year,14% callable bonds dated July 1, 2002, at an effective rate of 12%,receiving cash of \$21,472,126.Interest is payablesemiannually on December 31 and June 30.Dec 31.Paid the semiannual interest on the bonds.31.Recordedbond premium amortization of \$147,213, which was determined byusing the straight-line method.31.Closed theinterest expense account.2003June 30.Paid the semiannual interest on thebonds.Dec. 31.Paid the semiannual interest on thebonds.31.Recordedbond premium amortization of \$294,425, which was determined byusing the straight-line method.31.Closedthe interest expense account.2004July1.Recorded the redemptionof the bonds, which were called at 102.The balance in thebond premium account is \$883,275 afterthe payment of interest andamortization of premium have been recorded.(Record theredemption only.)INSTRUCTIONS:1.Journalize the entries to record the foregoingtransactions.2.Indicate the amount of the interest expense in (a)2002 and (b) 2003.3.Determine the carrying amount of the bonds as ofDecember 31, 2003.