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Answers Sol15

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DQ1- Give an example of search and seizure. What is the relationship between search, seizure, arrest and reasonableness? Is there a better solution to the way in which the criminal justice system conducts searches and seizures, as well as arrests? Explain.

DQ2- What is an example of probable cause? What distinctions can be made about the requirements for warrants and probable cause? What are the exceptions to warrant requirements? How do these exceptions impact probable cause? What changes to the elements of issuing warrants and probable cause would you suggest? Explain.

A Pseudocode Sol12

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Design a flowchart or pseudocode for a program that accepts rental contract data and displays a completed rental contract ready for a customer’s signature.

Accept the following as input:

Contract number
Customer’s first and last names
Automobile’s vehicle identification number
Starting date for the rental agreement stored as three separate variables—month, day, and year
Length, in days, of the rental agreement
Indicator of whether the customer bought the optional insurance policy

Display output as follows:

If the contract number is not between 10000 and 99999 inclusive, issue an error message and end the program.
If the customer ID number is not between 100 and 999 inclusive, issue an error message and end the program.
If the starting date for the rental agreement is invalid issue an error message and end the program.
(In other words, make sure the month is between 1 and 12, inclusive. If the month is 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, or 12, the day must be between 1 and 31, inclusive. If the month is 2, the day must be between 1 and 28, inclusive. You do not need to check for leap years. If the month is 4, 6, 9, or 11, the day must be between 1 and 30, inclusive.)
If the length of the rental agreement is not between 1 and 30 days inclusive, issue an error message and end the program. Otherwise, calculate the ending month, day, and year based on the starting date and length of the agreement.
The insurance indicator must be “Y” or “N” (for “Yes” or “No”); otherwise, display an error message.
If all the entered data is valid, display it along with the fee for the rental, which is calculated as follows:
$25 per day for 10 days or fewer
$18 per day for each day over 10 days
$2.50 per day for insurance, regardless of the number of days in the contract

factor Sol20

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For 7.6 c, use the following:
Calculation of “Coverage Factor” for 10/40 plan
Required coverage day per year 365
Weekend day per year 156
Holidays 10
Sick day 6
Vacation day 15

Exercise 7.6:
Table Ex. 7.6 depicts the average RN minutes needed on a daily basis in various units.

TABLE EX. 7.6
ICU CCU SURG MED PED OB/GYN
7,000 8,000 8,500 9,000 7,500 6,500
a. Assuming an 85 percent utilization level and that everything else is constant, how many RN FTEs should be hired to satisfy the patient care demand in each unit?

b. The FTEs hired for SURG, MED, PED, and OB/GYN are scheduled for eight-hour shifts on 5/40 plan, and they will get ten holidays, six sick days, and fifteen paid vacation days per year. How does this information affect your FTEs?

c. The FTEs hired for the ICU and CCU are to be scheduled for ten-hour shifts on a 4/40 plan, and ICU and CCU nurses get the same benefits as do other unit nurses. How does this information affect your FTEs?

The-ATT-Dell-IBM-KP783.xls

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The following data is provided on bonds from AT&T, Dell, and IBM. Each bond has a par value of $1000.
AT&T Dell IBM
Coupon 6.80 6.50 8.375%
Maturity 05/15/2036 04/15/2038 11/01/2019
Frequency Semiannual Semiannual Semiannual

1. Calculate the value of the bond if your required return is 5 percent on AT&T, 6.5 percent on Dell, and 8 percent on IBM.
2. Determine the yield to maturity (YTM) on the bonds given the following prices.
AT&T Dell IBM
Price $1,060.00 $1,016.57 $1,307.78
3. Based on each bond’s ratings and your determination of its yield to maturity explain how you rank each bond for risk and return.
4. Assume you had $10,000 to invest. How many of each bond would you have? What dollar amount of interest would each bond return on the investment for the next year? What would your percentage return be for the year, that is, your interest payments divided by the total amount invested?