no, it saved at least an order of magnitude more lives than it cost
First of all, genocide has never ended in Rwanda. For a few years after the Genocide of Rwanda, the U.N. only "tranquilized" the genocide. There is still genocide happening over in Rwanda still to this day. Anyone who has told you differently has not seen the news recently. The U.N. is to this day still trying to get rid of genocide for good. Actually this is incorrect. The genocide is not still happening in Rwanda… Read More
Great Famine-Genocide in Ukraine, 1932-1933; over 5 mln. murdered
1918 Under the Treaty of Versailles the former German colony of Rwanda-Urundi is made a League of Nations protectorate to be governed by Belgium. The two territories (later to become Rwanda and Burundi) are administered separately under two different Tutsi monarchs. Both Germany and Belgium turned the traditional Hutu-Tutsi relationship into a class system. The minority Tutsi (14%) are favored over the Hutus (85%) and given privileges and western-style education. The Belgians used the Tutsi… Read More
Imperialism happened on a global scale, so the effects (whether positive or negative) differ from place to place. Some countries inherited the idea of democracy and used it competently, for instance, Botswana in Southern Africa. The people became more civilized and were converted to christianity. They benefited from medical advances thus less children died at birth or from diseases like tuberculosis or tetanus. Most people were receptive of these advances but they (the advances) came… Read More
Randall Dean Schnepf has written: 'Nutritional status of Rwandan households' -- subject(s): Households, Food consumption, Cost and standard of living 'Agriculture-based renewable energy production' -- subject(s): Biomass energy, Wind power, Renewable energy sources, Energy policy 'High agricultural commodity prices' -- subject(s): Prices, Farm produce
#$Cost of nCost of nitrogen?Cost of nitrogen?Cost of nitrogen?Cost of nitrogen?Cost of nitrogen?Cost of nitrogen?Cost of nitrogen?Cost of nitrogen?Cost of nitrogen?Cost of nitrogen?Cost of nitrogen?Cost of nitrogen?Cost of nitrogen?
Is fire a selling cost manufacturing cost direct manufacturing cost indirect administraitve cost fixed cost or variable cost?
Is fire a selling cost, direct manufacturing cost, indirect manufacturing cost, administrative cost, foxed cost or variable cost.
costs I cost we cost you cost you cost he/she/it costs they cost
Formula for Total Cost: Fixed Cost + Variable Cost + Semi-Variable Cost if there is no semi-variable cost then fixed cost + variable cost is a total cost. if we devide the total cost with volume as well then it will be cost per unit not total cost
Overhead cost is part of total cost and not different from total cost as formula is as follows: Total cost = material cost + labor cost + overhead cost
Standard cost is the cost which is basis to measure the actual cost historical cost is the initial cost
No, Janitorial Cost is not a variable cost, it is a Fixed Cost.
Fixed cost and variable cost is equal to total cost as per following formula: Total Cost = Fixed Cost + Variable Cost
What is the selling price of a jacket that is 156 the profit is 30 percent of the cost what is the price?
Selling price = Cost + Profit = Cost + Cost*30% = cost*(1.30) = 156*1.3 = 202.80
Ordering cost is the cost to get it here. Carrying cost is the cost to keep it here.
No. Variable cost is the same as direct cost because it can be varied directly to the cost centre or cost unit,while indirect cost can't be varied directly to it cost centre or cost unit.
In semi variable cost :variable cost = change in cost/change in output then with that rate * output = variable cost semi variable cost - variable cost = fixed cost
An implicit cost is a cost that a business has had that is not shown as a separate cost. An explicit cost is a cost that has also occurred. However with an explicit cost the cost is clearly noted.
1 Explicit cost and Implicit cost are the two dimensions of cost What role does cost play in financial decisions?
Explicit cost and Implicit cost are the two dimensions of cost What role does cost play in financial decisions?
Average Variable Cost = Total Variable Cost/ Quantity Average Cost = Average Fixed Cost + Average Variable Cost Average Cost = Total Cost/Quantity
Depreciation is an indirect cost as there is no separate identification in product cost that which cost is depreciation as deprecation is a overhead cost thatâ€™s why it is indirect cost.
Fixed cost is a cost which can't be changed like production cost. Variable cost is a cost Which can be vary depend upon the transport
Yes, robots cost. Generally there are three types of costs: - development cost - manufacturing cost - distribution cost - maintenance cost
Fixed cost is that cost which remains fixed and don't change with change in production level. Variable cost is that cost which varies with change in production level. Mixed cost is that cost which have both the elements, some portion of fixed cost while some portion is variable cost.
A burger cost 25 cents cost in 1954 cost.
A cost which varies with the level of production activity is not a fixed cost and called variable cost.
Add the profit margin (cost*profit%) to the cost. Add the profit margin (cost*profit%) to the cost. Add the profit margin (cost*profit%) to the cost. Add the profit margin (cost*profit%) to the cost.
yes..depreciation cost is the variable cost..
Variable cost = Total Cost/ fixed cost
Variable cost refers to the TOTAL variable cost of all units, whereas marginal cost is the variable cost of the last unit only. Variable cost is the sum of all the individual marginal costs. The derivative of the Variable Cost is the Marginal Cost. The integral of the Marginal cost is the Variable Cost.
Direct material and direct labor is prime cost which is used in cost accounting for cost allocation and prime cost is that cost without which no production is possible.
Production cost is the cost to produce units of products and included: 1 - raw material cost 2 - direct labor cost 3 - Overhead cost
nit cost is the average cost of making a product and cost per unit is the marginal cost
Inventory cost is the cost for making of saleable goods to customers and include following items Material cost labor cost overhead cost
The different types of costs: opportunity cost accounting cost or historical costs transaction cost sunk cost marginal cost
There are three components of a cost sheet. These components are the prime cost, the factory cost, and the total cost.
direct material cost , direct labor cost , manufacturing cost
Marginal cost = derivative of (Total cost/Quantity) Where Total cost = fixed cost + variable cost Marginal cost = derivative (Variable cost/Quantity) (by definition, fixed costs do not vary with quantity produced) Average cost = Total cost/Quantity The rate of change of average cost is equivalent to its derivative. Thus, AC' = derivative(Total cost/Quantity) => derivative (Variable cost/Quantity) = MC. So, when MC is increasing, AC' is increasing. That is, when marginal cost increases, the… Read More
The cost. Of course, this cost is puny compared with military expenditures, for example, but there still is a cost. The cost. Of course, this cost is puny compared with military expenditures, for example, but there still is a cost. The cost. Of course, this cost is puny compared with military expenditures, for example, but there still is a cost. The cost. Of course, this cost is puny compared with military expenditures, for example, but… Read More
marginal cost, total cost, variable, and fixed cost
material cost Labor cost Overhead Cost
Marginal cost - the derivative of the cost function with respect to quantity. Average cost - the cost function divided by quantity (q).
U can say wt would be the right among the four options. Manufacturing cost of product, Cost of mark-downs and Inventory carrying costManufacturing cost of product, Cost of mark-downs, cost of lost of sales through stock outs and Inventory carrying costSelling cost of product, Cost of mark-downs and logistic costManufacturing cost of product, cost of lost of sales through stock outs and Inventory carrying costManufacturing cost of product, Cost of mark-downs and Inventory carrying costManufacturing… Read More
Cost accounting is the internal reporting system. It includes cost recording and reporting and cost measurement or estimation. In addition, it includes cost planning, cost control, and cost analysis.
Variable cost: The cost change with the change in activity is called variable cost. So as much fuel used cost increased accordingly so it is variable cost.
Prime cost basically is the cost of direct labor and cost of direct material; whereas conversion costs is Overhead cost and direct labor cost.
Cost Accounting, Cost Analysis, Cost Controlling and Cost Planning
No, Conversion cost is the sum of direct labor cost and manufacturing overhead cost.
The main difference between standard cost and marginal cost is that in standard cost a target is set and in marginal cost there is no target set. Marginal cost is the change of the total cost due to the quantity produced.