Within a few days after having a miscarriage, a 33-year-old woman presents with malaise, fever, constipation, and pelvic pain. Her blood pressure is 124/84 mm Hg, pulse rate is 104 beats/min and strong, and respirations are 22 breaths/min and regular. You should be MOST suspicious for:
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A client is a devout Jew. What are two things that the nurse aide can do to make him comfortable
A 15-year-old girl has been experiencing dysmenorrhea for the past year. Over the past 6 months, she has been taking ibuprofen and oral contraceptives, with no improvement. What underlying condition should be assessed for in this client at this point
Mastery Problem: Corporations: Organization, Stock Transactions, and Dividends Pranks, Inc.
Pranks, Inc. is a manufacturer of joke and novelty products for perpetrators of practical jokes. The corporation has paid several cash dividends throughout Year 6, the current year. It is also declaring a stock dividend to its stockholders as the calendar year-end approaches. You’ve been brought in as a consultant to assist with this process, and also to help determine whether some missing information can be determined before the distribution of the stock dividend is made. The company has two classes of stock: common stock and cumulative preferred stock.
Number of common shares authorized 800,000
Number of common shares issued 650,000
Par value of common shares $20
Par value of cumulative preferred shares $30
Paid-in capital in excess of par-common stock $7,000,000
Paid-in capital in excess of par-preferred stock $0
Total retained earnings before the stock dividend is declared $33,500,000
No treasury share have been reissued.
Preferred Dividends Common Dividends
Year Total Cash
Dividends Total Per Share Total Per Share
Year 1 40,000 40,000 0.20 0 0.00
Year 2 72,000 72,000 0.36 0 0.00
Year 3 104,000 68,000 0.34 36,000 0.09
Year 4 120,000 60,000 0.3 60,000 0.15
Year 5 132,000 60,000 0.3 72,000 0.18
Year 6 180,000 60,000 0.3 120,000 0.3
The accounting manager for the company prepared the schedule of cash dividends paid from Year 1 to Year 6 on the Pranks, Inc. panel. However, one of the reasons for Pranks, Inc.’s missing information is that the manager is away on vacation and is unreachable by phone, because he is backpacking on a remote island that does not have cell phone reception. Management would like you to determine some information from the data you’ve collected regarding its outstanding stock.
Fill in the following answers.
How many shares of common stock are outstanding?
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How many shares of preferred stock are outstanding?
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What is the preferred dividend as a percent of par?
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1. After completing the Cash Dividends panel, answer the following question.
Does Pranks, Inc. have any treasury stock? How can you tell?
2. In which years has Pranks, Inc. paid cumulative preferred dividends in arrears?
a. Year 1
b. Year 2
c. Year 3
d. Year 4
e. Year 5
f. Year 6
The company declared a 2% common stock dividend on December 1, and would like you to compute the following pieces of missing information. The market value of the common shares is $26 on December 1, and is $30 on the actual distribution date of the stock, December 31.
Fill in the missing information in the following table, using the information given and your work on the other panels. All “before” items are before the stock dividend was declared. All “after” items are after the stock dividend was declared and closing entries were recorded at the end of the year.
Total paid-in capital before the stock dividend $fill in the blank 7b27a1ff907500d_1
Total retained earnings before the stock dividend fill in the blank 7b27a1ff907500d_2
Total stockholders’ equity before the stock dividend $fill in the blank 7b27a1ff907500d_3
Total paid-in capital after the stock dividend $fill in the blank 7b27a1ff907500d_4
Total retained earnings after the stock dividend fill in the blank 7b27a1ff907500d_5
Total stockholders’ equity after the stock dividend $fill in the blank 7b27a1ff907500d_6
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Collin, a nursing assistant at an assisted living facility, encouraged Anne, an older patient, to go to group bingo. How did Collin support the philosophy of restorative care? A. by helping the patient do something for herself
B. by emphasizing the patient’s medical diagnosis
C. by acknowledging an increase in deterioration
D. by improving the patient’s self-esteem
Free points for medicine.
3. In the following diagrams, certain rules for correct body mechanics are not being observed. At least three rules are being broken in each diagram. In the space provided for each diagram, list 3 rules not
being observed. (p.362)
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