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1. Im here Now: (Ill Keep adding answers over the next hour)

Q1) Fixed Cost
Q2) Maslow: First ego/esteem then Actualisation
Q3) Re Order Level 30 Units
Q4) ROI: 23.2 % (23 IS FINE) (Common Practice to round up Recurring decimal in that form)
Q5) Decision tree COO: 5M EV:11.1 NG: 6.1M Therefore recommend commencing the plan
Q6) PROCESS IS PART OF MARKETING MIX
Q7) Labour pro and Unit cost both rise as (25>20)
Q8) PAYABLES: THE AMOUNT OF MONEY A BUSINESS OWES ITS SUPPLIERS (CREDITORS)

Remind me of the questions and ill tell you the answers!
2. What the answer for the payables multi choice question?
3. Whats the answer for the percentage return question?
4. (Original post by _KylePatel)
Whats the answer for the percentage return question?
23.2%
5. ROI was 31.something %
6. How confident are you about the 23% question?

I got it as well but some of my mates have said otherwise
7. It's not 23% mate... It's simply return on investment which was (75,000+4000) divided by total investment (225,000+28,000) times 100
8. What are peoples guesses on grade boundaries?
9. [QUOTE=Mario.A1998;64960883]It's not 23% mate... It's simply return on investment which was (75,000+4000) divided by total investment (225,000+28,000) times 100[/QUOTE

U had to takeaway the increase in costs from £7500+4000
10. [QUOTE=shabz(1997);64960997]
(Original post by Mario.A1998)
It's not 23% mate... It's simply return on investment which was (75,000+4000) divided by total investment (225,000+28,000) times 100[/QUOTE

U had to takeaway the increase in costs from £7500+4000
I added the 28,000 increase in costs to total costs....
11. (Original post by shabz(1997))
What are peoples guesses on grade boundaries?
based on previous grade boundaries I'd say
/80
A) 56
B) 51
C) 45
12. I've forgot the figures. Can you please remind me?
13. the calculation on return on investment was 31.something% i'm so sure...
14. No it's not as return on investment = Financial gains - costs / cost of investment multiplied by 100

So 75000 + 4000 = 79000 -28000 = 51000

51000/220000 x 100 = 23%
15. (Original post by Justpassing2015)
No it's not as return on investment = Financial gains - costs / cost of investment multiplied by 100

So 75000 + 4000 = 79000 -28000 = 51000

51000/220000 x 100 = 23%
That's the exact calculation I did but I did not round up the number, just kept it as 23.18%
16. So much controversy. It's either 23% or 31% xD
17. Is there an unofficial mark scheme anywhere
18. No, its 23%

What is Investment? Spending on NON-CURRENT ASSETS (Capital Employed) in A2 ITS : TOTAL EQUITY + NON-CURRENT LIABILLITES

THEREFORE, THE ANSWER IS 23.2 % AS THE £28000 COUNTS TOWARDS OTHER COSTS NOT DIRECT INVESTMENT AS TRAINING IS NOT ON THE INVESTMENT (Investment is technically an Over head indirect cost, training is more of a direct cost)

Training is not a current asset or liability, however spending and buying the machines as in the source is. Also, its 23.2% Got confirmation from my teacher who said it's simply (Profit/Investment)X100 (Profit is Revenue-Costs, not investment)

Finally to prove my point

It was a simple exam, they didn't try to confuse you anywhere they practically gave marks away.

they said 'Total Investment is £220,000" full stop. From this, they gained 75000.....

They told you what to do in plain English
19. What's the answer to Market capitalisation question?
20. (Original post by superlu)
What's the answer to Market capitalisation question?
Pretty sure its total (current) value of all shares.

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