<u>Ajinomoto will likely not have an incentive to increase or change its output of MSG.</u>
Remember, marginal cost focuses on the increase in cost additional unit of a product. Therefore, based on the limited information provided, Ajinomoto's decision will likely be based on it's market share. If the marginal cost equals zero, and it has more of the market share it will likely not influence them to change or increase their output.
The general definition of survey research is a systematic approach for collecting information by numerous survey questions from a sample of respondents.
Public opinion polls, reports on public health, consumer studies, policy investigations and censuses all provide examples of quantitative research that uses polling methodology to address demographic questions.
Surveys can take multiple forms, but they are most often written or online in the form of a questionnaire. Essentially, a survey is a way of collecting data from a sample of people, usually in order to generalize findings for a larger population.
Percentage is a ratio of a unit of an outcome in an event divided to the total sample times 100%. It means parts per hundred. To calculate, we get the ratio of the people who liked the choices and the total sample then multiply by 100. We calculate as follows:
The answer is: Mike will have to pay state income tax even if he is signed by teams from Florida, Texas or Washington, due to Jock Taxes that are levied on professional athletes.
Mike could be selected by a team from Florida, Texas or Washington (6 possibilities out of 32 teams) and not pay any state income taxes for the games they play at home.
He will have to pay state income taxes for the other games his team plays outside those 3 states and Washington DC. Most states (47) collect a Jock Tax which means that professional athletes that reside outside the state must pay state income taxes when they play a visiting game in their state.
The correct option is "the amount of time the master schedule record or MRP record extends into the future"
The planning horizon is the amount of time an organization will look into the future when preparing a strategic plan. Many commercial companies use a five-year planning horizon, however a general Planning horizon is around one year. But other organizations such as the forestry commissions have to use a much longer planning horizon to form effective plans.