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You can bet I'll be grabbing devinau studyguide for finals. Couldn't have made it this week without your help!
First week of business notes, mostly talking about supply and demand and how the economy works.
Basic economic concepts Economics: the study of distributing resources for the production of goods and services within a social system Resources: Raw materials, tools, machinery, capital, buildings, land and people (factors of production) Demand, supply and price: the principle elements of economics Economic systems: Command (communism, socialism), free market, and mixed Command economies: the gove
Hi everyone! These are my notes for Chapter One! They highlight all of the important details and save you time! Hope this helps you all when studying for the midterm!
Here are the books notes for Chapter 2. They help a lot when taking quizzes, and I tried to put some things in simpler, more organized terms for you all to understand better. Hope this helps!
Hey everyone! These are my notes for the first chapter of the book! Hope they can help you when taking quizzes or studying for the midterm!
If you missed notes this week, here are mine! I put some things in different terms to make them easier to understand. Hopefully this can help you!
Here is a collection of questions and definitions you should know for the midterm. Be sure to look over your notes, the book, and the missed class questions on Blackboard.
I recommend you look at these notes, as well as the PowerPoints. The PowerPoints have more information about Foundation.
Since we had our midterm this week, we only had one day of notes. Here is Class 9 notes if you need them!
Intro to Business 11/12 Olivia’s Notes ▯ Intro to Business ▯ ▯ Notes: ▯ ▯ -“Units Sold” is constant
Chapter 3: Accounting Company has responsibility to its stakeholders—a diverse group of people with different needs from the company
Here are the notes for this week! I highlighted each section, so if you are looking for specific information, it is easier to find. Also, I put in a helpful hint for remembering retained earnings. Don't forget to read Peanuts and Crackerjacks for next week. Happy Studying!
In this section of notes, I included a lot of tips for Foundation! If you are struggling with Foundation or the tutors, these notes can definitely help you!
Here is Week 8 notes! I attempted to further explain the concept of Net Present Value, so hopefully this will help all of you that were somewhat confused about it!
The final week of notes! Good luck on the final!
Hi Everyone! For this exam's study guide, I just did a summary of the book Chapters 5-7. I did not include Chapter 8 because our notes we took in class are essentially what is in the book.
Remember, if you need extra help, look at the missed class questions and take Quiz #6 numerous times.
Good Luck on the Final!
In case you wanted the last chapter's book notes for future reference, here they are. It was great having class with you all!
Midterm #2 Outline: Sales Forecast: determines how much product to produce, it drives the data on the proforma statements Proforma Income Statement: -expected forecast -contribution margin (at least 30%) -proﬁt (>$0) Proforma Balance Sheet: -Cash balance (no emergency loan) Starting a Business: -Financing: funds to start and grow a business (debt/equity/retained earnings) -Investing: acquire assets
Here are the first two weeks worth of notes!
Here are the notes for Week 3!
Class one and two notes from in-class and reading notes for Chapter 1.
Week two lecture and some reading notes.
Class 5- notes
A review of Chapter 1 of Introduction to Business (Textbook) with key concepts and vocabulary
Week threes lecture notes and reading notes from classes 5& 6.
Lecture notes from week four!
Question and answers from Quiz's 1, 2, and 3.
Only includes one day of lecture since the other day was the midterm!
Introduction to Business November 2, 2015 Class 11 SALES FORECAST Two techniques – recommended Market Share and DCS methods Determines how much product to produce The forecast drives the data on the proforma statements Growth Rates and Demand Analysis LOW TECH= 10% HIGH TECH= 20% CHECK PERFORMANCE TARGETS Proforma Income Statement Expected forecast Contribution margin (at least 30%) P
Within the weekly notes, there are helpful tips for Foundation
Week 6 Lecture Notes with Steven Engel
Lecture notes from Business 101 week 7
Week 8 Lecture Notes
Week 9 Lecture Notes
Midterm #2 Study Guide including quiz questions, iclicker questions and Q & A from the book/ lecture notes. Super helpful for the midterm, these type of questions helped me get a B on the last midterm! Good Luck.
These notes are a handwritten, colored, and organized summary of the material covered leading up to the first midterm of this course during the Fall of 2015.
These notes are a colored and organized summary of the material covered in the course after the first midterm during fall of 2015.
These notes cover weeks 1 and 2 of BA101.
These notes cover what was talked about in class during week 3!
This is the power-points of all the stuff we go over in Steven Engel's class in weeks 1-6.
These power points were made by Steven Engle I don't claim to have created these.
These notes cover week 4 of class.
This study guide covers what will be on the midterm
These notes cover week 7 of class.
These notes cover class week 9 and 10.
These notes cover Tuesday of Week 11 (there wasn't class on Thursday!)
These notes cover the last class before the midterm, so notes from Tuesday, March 8.
This Study Guide covers all that will be on the second midterm!
These notes are from class 3 and cover Accounting
Week 1 Notes
Study Guide for Midterm #1