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The MonthNames function returns a horizontal array of month names. You can create a multicell array formula that uses the MonthNames function. Here s how to use it: Make sure that the function code is present in a VBA module. Then in a worksheet, select multiple cells in a row (start by selecting 12 cells). Then enter the formula that follows, followed by Ctrl+Shift+Enter:
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The discussion of liquidity ratios in 4, Ratio Analysis, has been supplemented with enhanced illustrations showing how changes in the current accounts affect the current ratio as well as working capital. The illustrations have been expanded to support the discussion of liquidity and turnover ratios. The trend continues as credit sales are rapidly changing toward credit card sales from accounts receivable or house accounts, and credit card ratios have been expanded in conjunction with accounts receivable. The text and illustrations in 6, The Bottom-Up Approach to Pricing, have been revised to better explain the nature and purpose of this pricing method and how it can be compared to a completed income statement. Greater emphasis is placed on the techniques to determine operating income (income before tax) and net income (after tax). In 8, The Cost Volume Profit Approach to Decisions, emphasis is placed on the relationship between breakeven sales volume and breakeven unit sales. Breakeven is discussed in detail to ensure that students have a clear understanding of this concept before going on to learn how added cost functions are brought in to complete a profit volume analysis. 10, Statement of Cash Flows and Working Capital Analysis, contains a detailed discussion of the statement of cash flows, indirect method, with supporting illustrations. By covering the statement of cash flows and working capital sequentially, students can follow a clear progression through the chapter and see how key operating, financial, and equity accounts are used to develop a statement of cash flows and a working capital analysis. The discussion of working capital analysis stresses the strong link between the statement of cash flows and the working capital analysis. Although they are not essential components of a managerial accounting course, 13, Feasibility Studies An Introduction, and 14, Financial Goals and Information Systems, can be used in class as supplemental chapters at the discretion of the professor. Wherever new material has been incorporated within the text, exercises and problems have been added to test student assimilation of the new material.
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The total revenue represents both cash and charge guest sales. A separate gure is reported for total cash sales for the day. This gure represents the totals reported and received from the various departmental daily reports and is also required to justify the daily bank deposit. Charge sales are re ected in the outstanding accounts receivable (Today s Outstd A/ R). This is the amount that remains to be received from the guests. Total paid-outs, total discounts, and total write-offs have been subtracted from that gure. Today s outstanding accounts receivable gure is added to yesterday s outstanding accounts receivable (Yesterday s Outstd A/R) to obtain a cumulative balance of outstanding accounts receivable (Total Outstd A/R).
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injection), or they were not given any information about the effects of adrenaline, or they were misinformed. In the informed condition, they were told that they would feel symptoms of sympathetic nervous system discharge. In the misinformed condition, they were given a description of parasympathetic symptoms, none of which would be expected as a result of the adrenaline injection. Following the injection and the various types of information, the subject was left in a waiting room together with another person who was ostensibly another experimental subject but who was actually a stooge of the experimenters. Then the stooge would engage either in euphoric behavior (playing with paper airplanes, playing basketball with the wastebasket, and engaging in other happy behavior) or in angry behavior (becoming more and more insulting, asking personal and insulting questions, and eventually leaving the room in anger). The results were essentially in keeping with the two-factor theory. The degree of information about the physiological consequences of the injection was negatively correlated with the degree of self-reported emotional state and with the degree of emotional behavior induced by the stooge s behavior. Thus, the misinformed group, which presumably had the highest evaluative need because the information they had been given about the physiological effects and their actual experiences were uncorrelated, showed the greatest degree of self-reported euphoria as well as anger. The informed group, with no need to explain their state, showed the lowest degree of induced emotion. The ignorant group fell in between the two other groups. The impact of these experiments was theoretical rather than empirical. In fact, no exact replication of these experiments is available, and a variety of misgivings have been aired about them. With the Schachter experiments, the pure organic tradition came to an end, at least for the time being. Once it had been shown that the in uence of visceral response depended on cognitive factors, purely organic theories had played out their role. The line from James and Lange was switched to a more cognitive track. However, even if purely organic theories seemed untenable, visceral-cognitive interactions still involved visceral response. I turn now to other evidence on the role of the autonomic nervous system in the production and maintenance of the emotions. Emotions and Variations in Peripheral/Visceral Activity A number of research areas are relevant to the James-Lange position on the importance of visceral activity. The most obvious is to produce an organism without a sympathetic nervous system, which should produce an absence of emotional behavior. Some animal preparations using
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insomnia is much more prevalent in cancer patients than in the general population. As in other medical conditions, factors that may produce sleep disturbances include the direct physiological effects of the illness, the side effects of cancer treatment (e.g., hot ashes associated with chemotherapy and hormone therapy), pain, and the psychological reaction to the cancer diagnosis and treatment. Although the cross-sectional nature of these data precludes any conclusion about causality, these ndings still suggest a very high rate of comorbidity between sleep and health problems. Insomnia and Longevity Further evidence for a link between insomnia and health is provided by data from prospective epidemiological surveys indicating that sleep disturbance is associated with increased mortality. Individuals who reported sleeping less than 4 (Kripke, Simons, Gar nkel, & Hammond, 1979) or 6 (Wingard & Berkman, 1983) hours per night had a mortality rate (all causes combined) 1.5 to 2.8 times higher six and nine years later compared to individuals sleeping between 7 to 8 hours each night. Longer sleep durations (i.e., more than 9 or 10 hours of sleep per night), as well as the long-term use of sleep medications, were also associated with higher mortality rates (Kripke et al., 1979; Wingard & Berkman, 1983). In another study, Enstrom (1989) observed a very low risk of mortality (including mortality due to cancer) in Mormon high priests, a church promoting good health practices. This effect was most evident in those who exercised regularly, obtained proper sleep (generally 7 to 8 hours each night), and who had never smoked cigarettes, as assessed eight years earlier. Although sleep duration seems to be related to longevity, insomnia per se is a condition characterized by several symptoms other than a shorter sleep duration (e.g., emotional distress). As such, these ndings may not generalize to insomnia. Such a cautious interpretation is warranted since subjective sleep dif culties have not been found to be as strong a predictor of mortality as total sleep time (Kripke et al., 1979; Wingard & Berkman, 1983). More importantly, these studies did not control for potential confounding variables such as the presence of preexisting medical conditions. For example, it is likely that individuals who sleep for a longer period of time do so because they already have a major medical illness. Insomnia and Immunity Another potential effect of insomnia on health is immune down-regulation. Although some studies have shown a deleterious effect of experimental sleep deprivation on immune functioning (Dinges, Douglas, Hamarman, Zaugg, &
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