Maharishi Markandeshwar University - Mullana Campus
Consider the following arrangement of switches and destinations. Give forwarding tables (in neighbor
form) for S1-S4 that include default forwarding entries; the default entries should point toward S5. The
default entries will thus automatically forward to the “possible other destinations” shown below right.
Eliminate all table entries that are implied by the default entry (that is, if the default entry is to S3, eliminate
all other entries for which the next hop is S3).
A junior member of staff has prepared accounts for a client for the month of
November 2020. The accounts report a profit of P48 544 and closing capital of
P127 529, based on a closing inventory valuation of P156 000. The closing
inventory valuation was calculated using the periodic weighted average
method. However, the first in, first out (FIFO) method should have been used.
Inventory movements were:
Date Purchases Sales
Units Cost per unit (P) Units
5 November 1 000 132·80
10 November 200
16 November 800 130·00
18 November 900
21 November 500 132·00
26 November 600
Opening inventory was 600 units, with a total value of P74 400.
Calculate the corrected value of:
i. closing inventory
Between recalls on mass-produced commercial dog food and a general understanding of the benefits of a healthier diet for pets, the demand for natural or organic dog food is experiencing a significant increase.
Wanda's treats are more expensive than the mass-produced treats found in most grocery and big box stores, but she prides herself on providing high-quality products and believes that her customers are willing to pay the extra money for quality.
1. How does Wanda's strategy of being a high-quality provider take advantage of the shifts in consumer demand for healthy dog treats?
2. Identify and describe an event that might occur in the economy that would cause Wanda's strategy to no longer be successful for Salty Pawz.
If this event occurred, What actions would Wanda have to take in response, and what impact might they have on her business?
The PH3 molecule is polar. Does this offer experimental proof that the molecule cannot be planar? Explain.
|The molecule is nonplanar. Thus, the PâH bond dipoles do not cancel making the molecule polar.|
|The molecule is nonplanar. Thus, the PâH bond dipoles cancel making the molecule polar.|
|The molecule is planar. Thus, the PâH bond dipoles cancel making the molecule polar.|
|The molecule is planar. Thus, the PâH bond dipoles do not cancel making the molecule polar.|
It turns out that ozone, O3, has a small dipole moment. How is this possible, given that all the atoms are the same?
|The trigonal planar eâ domain geometry of the central O atom is the reason for the dipole moment in O3.|
|The sp2 hybridization of the central O atom is the reason for the dipole moment in O3.|
|The lone pair of electrons of the central O atom is the source of the dipole moment in O3.|
|The bent molecular geometry of the central O atom is the reason for the dipole moment in O3.|
Not all the bond vibrations of carbon dioxide result in the absorption and emission of infrared radiation because ________
|the molecule is not polar.|
|the molecule possesses a permanent dipole moment.|
|only some of the vibrations produce a transient dipole moment.|
|there are no hydrogen atoms in carbon dioxide.|
the molecule is linear.
Which statement below regarding vibrating bonds and the greenhouse effect is FALSE?
Which of the following is true about COS.
1.COS has no dipole moment because the molecule is linear anddipole moments cancel in linear molecules.
2.COS has a dipole moment because it is asymmetric and the dipolemoments do not completely cancel.
3.COS has a dipole moment because the molecule is bent and thedipole moments combine.
4.COS has no dipole moment because it is bent and the dipolemoments cancel
5.COS has no dipole moment because its bonds are all non polar.