1. (TCO 2) Which of the following costs is a period cost? (Points : 5)
a. Depreciation of factory equipment
b. Transportation-in for material shipments
c. Amortization of a patent for the company's product
d. Depreciation of office computers
2. (TCO 8) Value-added costs equal standard quantity times (Points : 5)
a. non-value-added costs.
b. currently attainable standards.
c. standard price.
d. actual price.
3. (TCO 3) The costs included in the cost per equivalent unit using the weighted average method are (Points : 5)
a. current costs.
b. beginning work-in-process.
c. ending work-in-process.
d. both a and b.
1. How have scientists gained knowledge of Earth's interior since no one has ever sampled the interior below the crust directly? Explain.
2. What physical clues and evidence prove that the continental landmasses were together 225 million years ago as Pangaea and why do scientists think the continents are drifting?
3. If you were a petroleum geologist searching for oil deposits (derived from ancient biomass) why would you want to know the positioning of these landmasses 225 million years ago?
4. Using a physical Geography textbook, such as Geosystems or a map, name the three lithospheric plates that converge on Japan.
5. The seamount, Loihi, is not yet above sea level. It will eventually break through the surface of the Pacific Ocean to become the newest HawaiianIsland. The seamount is growing taller through summit eruptions at a rate of 2 metres per year. When in years approximately will the seamount break through the surface of the Pacific Ocean? (Show work i.e. Do not simply give an answer: add the formulae used to get your answer).
6. How can volcanic eruptions become natural disasters? Be specific about the types of events that can significantly affect the environment as well as human population in the vicinity of an eruption.
7. What is the relationship between an epicentre and the focus of an earthquake? (2) You are a radio announcer. An earthquake just happened and you have to announce this event to the public. How will you craft the announcement to capture both the focus and epicentre?
1. (TCO 2) When constructing criteria for a query, you should use (Points : 4)
no delimiters for number data types.
quotes to enclose Date/Time data types.
single quotes for number data types.
the pound sign to enclose text data.
2. (TCO 2) In Access, query results are displayed in which view? (Points : 4)
3. (TCO 2) Access has __________ data types. (Points : 4)
1. (TCO 2) The command language used with relational databases is (Points : 4)
2. (TCO 2) The term cardinality refers to (Points : 4)
a count of the total records in a table.
a field which is a candidate for a primary key.
the number of records in a relationship.
the most important field in a table.
3. (TCO 2) Validation text (Points : 4)
changes the way text data is formatted.
determines the maximum length of a text field.
requires text data to be inputted correctly.
specifies the error message when a rule is violated.
1. (TCO 2) In Access, the bottom portion of Query Design View that displays the fields and criteria is known as the(Points : 4)
query design grid.
Show Tables dialog.
Simple Query Wizard.
2. (TCO 6) An action query is (Points : 4)
a select query used to warn users of database changes.
always initiated by a user.
an aggregate query used to summarize field data.
used to add, edit, or delete data in a database.
3. (TCO 6) A make table query (Points : 4)
creates the structure of a table but does not populate the table with records.
is another name for an append query.
selects records from one or more tables and uses them to create a new table.
requires the destination table to exist first.