Daily Archives: November 4, 2012

2br – Green Valley

2br – Green Valley


60 day minimum stay. House in quiet age restricted neighborhood, one person over the age of 55, 1460 square feet . View of the mountains. Completely furnished. New 42 inch flat screen HD television. Cable TV, high speed internet, local phone service….

Q&A: algebra 2 help?

Question by natedogcr3: algebra 2 help?
You go to a local mechanic to get your tires changed. The tires cost $ 300. There is a 6% sales tax, but you get a 10% discount. There is also a $ 10 non-taxable disposal fee for your old tires, which the mechanic tells you is not subject to discount.

Write a function, d(x) to account for the total after discounts on purchase amount x.

A d(x)=x – 10
B d(x)=x – .10x
C d(x)=x/.10x
D d(x)=x + 10x
E d(x)=x – .10
F d(x)=x – 10x

Best answer:

Answer by kyle
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Governmental Accounting – Debt Service Fund Question?

Question by johndoe2: Governmental Accounting – Debt Service Fund Question?
Anyone have a example for an answer to this question? I am racking my brain trying to do this home work assignment and can’t seem to think of a format for an answer:

Question 4 – Explain briefly whether or not you would recommend the use of a debt service fund in each of the following scenarios. Please do state YES (I would recommend) or NO (I would not recommend). But please also do briefly explain your logic.

Part 4a – A local government issued $ 10,000,000 of bonds without a premium or discount with the entire balance of the issue due in 10 years (“term bonds”). Interest at 5% per annum is due on February 1st and August 1st each year. The government’s year-end is December 31st.

Best answer:

Answer by ALBPACE
Yes, Debt Service funds are set up to account for the accumulation of resources and the payment of interest and principal on all “general obligation debt” other than that serviced by enterprise funds or by special assessments in another fund. Debt service funds are only used for the General Fund, Special Revenue Fund, Capital Projects Funds and Permanent Fund. It is NOT used for Internal Service Funds, Enterprise Funds, Pension Funds, Agency Trust Funds, Private Purpose Trust Funds and Investment Trust Funds.

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How should I build a cooler racer?

Question by Nate B: How should I build a cooler racer?
My local fire department is putting on a cooler race. The deal is that you have to have beer in a cooler and be able drive it down the hill. No motors just gravity. So any ideas on how I could build it would be great!

Best answer:

Answer by Kiffin
Depends on how much time and money you want to invest in the project. You could adapt a soapbox derby plan and add a cooler instead of the rear body structure as designed. Check the soap box derby racer’s handbook (should be available on line, at the bookstore or library! Good luck!

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Q&A: College in Australia?

Question by Samantha: College in Australia?
I am in high school in the united states.. and basically all of my family lives in Australia. I rarely get to see them… I really want to go to college in Australia, close to Sydney to study pharmacy. is this a good option? if I go to college in the United States, I am going to move to Australia anyways… I mean my family lives RIGHT by the local college and I get discounted plane fares because of my dads job.. would this be a good decision or should I just stay in the US?

Best answer:

Answer by jpturboprop
It is a great idea, but you will have a lot of hoops and hurdles to cross. Immigration issues will slow you down. Admission to an Australian uni can be more difficult if you apply as a US high school grad. My suggestion? Find a way to move to Australia right now and live with family and go to high school there. Perhaps you can get into a student exchange program? You will find the barriers much easier to overcome. Good luck!

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