Shopping Center payoff

started working for OmiCon, a commercial real estate developer, and have been given a position working directly for Sophie Reynolds, OmiCon’s CEO. When you meet Sophie for the first time, she gives you a project she wants you to complete by the end of the week. Sophie explains that OmiCon is thinking about leasing a parcel of land to build a shopping center. OmiCon would own and operate the shopping center and generate revenue by renting space to retailers. Sophie would like you do some work on the project. Specifically, she would like you to complete the following tasks: 1. Determine the optimal size of the shopping center (to the nearest 100 square meters) based on existing estimates of the demand for retail space. 2. Determine the most OmiCon should be willing to pay to lease the land for the expected life of the project. 3. Determine if it is worth hiring a local consultant, Pete Berry, to do some additional market research that would provide a better estimate of the demand for retail space. 4. Write a short report summarizing the results of your analysis and any recommendations. Sophie tells you that Bob Bilkington, a former OmiCon employee, did some preliminary work on the project, but left the organization before wrapping things up. Sophie says that you should have complete confidence in any work Bob did on the project and that you should use his findings and assumptions as a starting point for your analysis. In fact, Sophie has reviewed Bob’s notes and quickly summarizes the key information she thinks you’ll need for your analysis. Specifically, she tells you that  Bob thought the shopping center would take one year to build and would last 20 years. He estimated that it would cost $100 per square meter to build and that the annual operations and maintenance costs would be $1 per square meter of floor space.  Bob thought that the parcel of land would be large enough to build a shopping center with as much as 60,000 square meters of retail space. He also thought that OmiCon should make a one-time upfront payment to lease the parcel of land for the expected 20-year life of the project.  Bob thought the amount retailers in the shopping center would be willing to pay per square meter of floor space would be a decreasing function of the total size of the shopping center. Bob did some initial work estimating the likely relationship between what tenants would be willing to pay for retail space and the size of the shopping center. Specifically, he thought there was a 50% chance the true relationship would be: r = 60 – 0.001s and a 50% chance that the true relationship would be r= 50 – 0.001s where is the rental rate per square meter of floor space and is the total size of the shopping center in square meters. Furthermore, Bob was going to assume that once the shopping center had been built, the realized relationship between and would remain unchanged for the next 20 years.  Bob was planning to ignore discount rates and the time value of money in his initial evaluation of the project. He was going to treat all of the project’s costs and benefits equally no matter when they occurred in the life of the project; that is, he was going to treat a $1 cost incurred (or revenue received) at the start of the project the same as a $1 cost incurred (or revenue received) during any other year of the project’s life. At this point, you tell Sophie that doing this could lead to misleading conclusions about the real value of the project and how much OmiCon should be willing to pay to lease the land. Sophie agrees, but says she thinks this approach is good enough for a preliminary evaluation. (HINT: Do not try to account for the time value of money in your analysis. Simply treat all costs incurred (or revenues received) as equivalent no matter when they occur. Doing so means you can calculate the total costs over the life of the project by simply summing the costs incurred in each year. Similarly, you can calculate the total revenues received over the life of the project by simply summing the revenues received in each year.)  Bob had contacted a local consultant, Pete Berry, who could do some additional market research to better identify which of the demand curves (i.e., r=60 – 0.001s or r = 50 – 0.001s) would actually be realized if the shopping center was built. Pete could do the study very quickly and would charge $50,000. To determine whether or not it was worth hiring Pete to do the additional research, Bob was going to evaluate two possible scenarios. In the first scenario, he was going to assume that Pete would definitely identify the correct demand curve (e.g., if the real demand was, say r = 60 – 0.001s, Pete’s report would state that the demand curve was r=60-0.001s). And in the second scenario, he was going to assume that there was a 80% chance that Pete would identify the correct demand curve and a 20% chance that he would identify the wrong demand curve (e.g., if the real demand was, say, r=60-0.001s, there would be an 80% chance that Pete’s report would correctly state that the demand curve would be r= 60 – 0.001s and a 20% chance that it would mistakenly state that the demand curve is r=50-0.001s).                   

 

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experiment chimestry ( Spectroscopy and atomic spectra)

I did all the measurement for the tables and I upload it as Word document

I uploaded two zip files ” the experiment” , so you can see what I did on lab

the second zip file ” the instructions ” , that you have to follow. 

I did most of the lab but I want someone to explain and discuss under each table

 

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Reaction kinetics

8 questions are present in the lab manual. 

 

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Miss Lynn

Your paper should include the following:

-A brief description of the organization and industry they selected

-At least four key concepts relevant to Operations Management in your organization

-An explanation of how these elements directly relate to Operations Management

-An analysis of how these concepts work together to resolve business problems

-An analysis of how these (4) concepts reflect effective management and efficiency

-An evaluation of operations concerns in global markets

-An evaluation of corporate social responsibility issues with regards to quality and industry standards.

Your paper must 7 – 8 pages long besides a cover page and a reference page. It should demonstrate a strong thesis statement supported by research from at least 3 scholarly sources. Both a references page and in text citations must be in APA format.

Be sure to use correct spelling and grammar.

 

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topic in cultural studies.. Submission4

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Review the scenario, and then use the following to create a journal entry. Journal entries provide the writer with an opportunity to collect their thoughts and reflect in a less formal way than they would in a traditional essay. Although a journal is not a traditional essay in format or tone, all of the elements necessary for good writing still apply, including attention to grammar, thorough proofreading and spelling checks, and presenting views in an organized paragraph structure.

Scenario

As part of your company’s commitment to cultural awareness, each employee is urged to bring a piece of art, clothing, music, or something similar that you think represents your culture and how you think of yourself.

For example: What is the significance of the quilt in the Alice Walker story, Everyday Use?

Journal Entry

Write a journal entry which is 1-2 double-spaced pages in length that addresses the following questions. You are not required to include a cover page, but if you refer to information from your textbook or other sources, be sure you provide in-text citations in accordance with APA requirements. Make sure you refer to the rubric to ensure you address all the requirements for the paper.

For your journal entry, think of 2 or 3 possessions in your family that are culturally, socially, or ethnically important to you. Discuss the following: Description: Identify the family possessions you have chosen and their origins. Interpretation/Reflection: Why are they so important? What role do they play in your family history?

Reference

MovieMan101pro. (2014, September 21). “Everyday use” Alice Walker [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYrk_oEJpDY

Assignment CriteriaProficient DescriptorPointsContent DescriptionJournal Description:
• Provides personal response to the issues raised in the scenario
• Demonstrates critical thinking in connecting the given scenario to key course concepts from readings and other academic resources.
• Makes relevant inferences through contextual explanations and examples. /20 pts.Interpretation/ReflectionJournal reflection: 
• Demonstrates insight and awareness of the relevance of the questions and their cultural implications to the world and society
• Examines personal assumptions and explores alternative perspectives. 
• Includes what was learned from engaging with the questions and how it will inform personal behavior in the future, demonstrating growth and awareness. /20 pts.Writing QualityJournal response is well-articulated, including in-text citations and references in accurate APA Style as needed, and is free from grammar, punctuation, usage, and spelling errors./10 pts.Total/50 pts.

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social impact of business

1. A firm subscribing to the ownership theory of the firm would mainly be concerned with providing value for its:

a. shareholders.

b. customers.

c. Board of Directors.

d. community

2. The emergence of technology-enabled popular fads is often referred to as:

a. memes.

  b. social monitoring.

c. image advertising.

d. blogs

3. The costs of corporate social responsibility may ultimately be passed on to the:

a. employees through fewer health benefits.

b. consumer through high prices.

c. investor through stock splits.

d. All of the above

4. When the CEO of General Electric appointed the company’s first VP of Corporate Citizenship, he was demonstrating:

a. Enlightened Self-Interest.

b. a responsibility to stockholders.

  c. an attempt to balance economic, legal and social responsibilities.

d. the Iron Law of Responsibility

5. Under the U.S. Corporate Sentencing Guidelines, if a firm has developed a strong ethics program, corporate executives found guilty of criminal activity may have their sentence:

a. increased.

  b. reduced.

c. unaffected.

d. decided by the company.

  6. Governments being asked to ban the use of cell phones by drivers is an example of a public policy:

a. input.

  b. goal.

c. effect.

d. tool.

7. Deregulation has occurred in the following industries:

a. commercial airlines, sheet metal and interstate trucking.

b. commercial airlines, railroads and financial institutions.

c. commercial airlines, interstate trucking and silicon chip manufacturing.

d. financial institutions, railroads and silicon chip manufacturing.

8. A shared resource, such as land, air, or water, that a group of people uses collectively is a(n):

a. economic village.

  b. collective resource.

c. global unification.

d. commons.

9. The information phase of technology primarily requires:

a. providing services.

b. intellectual and electronic skills.

  c. manual and machine skills.

d. the same skills as needed in previous phases.

10. Which if the following is NOT a legal right of stockholders?

a. To vote on members for the board of directors

b. To vote on major mergers and acquisitions

c. To vote on changes in the corporate charter and proposals

d. To vote on who will become chief executive officer (CEO)

 

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Discussion Reply 2.1

 

The publicly traded firm that will be discussed is Nike.

PERFORMANCE RATIOS:

Profit Margin equals the Net Profit divided by sales. This ratio for the year 2015 is 1.96%, while for the previous year it was 1.38%. There is a large increase in the profitability of the firm. This indicates that the firm is operating at a profit.

ACTIVITY RATIOS:

Inventory turnover ratio equals to Cost of goods sold divided by average inventory. The ratio for 2015 is 3.033, whereas it was 2.886 for the previous year. This ratio shows there has been an important reform in the way the inventories are managed. Adequate steps have been taken so as to see that there is no dead investment in inventory.

FINANCING RATIOS:

Debt Ratio equals to total debt divided by the total assets. It is 46% for 2015. This shows that debt funds finance 46% of all the total assets in the company.

LIQUIDITY RATIOS:

Quick Ratio equals to Quick Assets divided by the Current liabilities. It is 1.21 for the current year. A quick ratio of 1 is considered ideal. Since the company’s ratio is above ideal, it is not going to face any liquidity crunch and is in good financial health as regards to its short-term liabilities.

Nike has a low manufacturing cost which has helped increase profits for the firm. Nike has gained a lot of profits from the sales since the inventory turnover has indicated an increase over the years. A major weakness is the prices of their products but leads to great profits. Nike operates on profit since the profit margin is increasing over the years. Nike’s sales are also increasing year after year. 

Reference

Nike Inc. (2015). Form 10K. Retrieved from http://investors.nikeinc.com/investors/news-events-and-reports/?toggle=filings

 

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What is a sig fig

What is a sig fig

 

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Chemistry 141

I need a Chemistry teacher, i have an online homework, i need someone how is very strong in chemistry 

 

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Two Chemistry homework, I need it in 4 hours.

I also need this question, so it is two homework + one question.

A galvanic cell is constructed with a copper electrode dipping into a 0.015 M solution of Cu2+ ions, and a magnesium electrode immersed in a solution with an unknown concentration of magnesium ions. The cell potential is measured as 2.79 V at 25 °C. What is the concentration of magnesium ions? (numerical solution: 2.9×10-5 M)

 

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