At the very end of the thread you referred to, there is an answer link that includes the part about "consolidated net income showing minority interest."
Okay, I understand. Thanks for the update.
Hello, and thanks for the question.
First, I only answered the multiple choices question, which you said accounted for 30% of the grade. How did you do on the those questions? If those answers were helpful, please click "accept," so that I am compensated for my efforts. As for another test, please make a new post of those questions.
You're welcome. No need to reply. Each of your responses requires a reply from me.
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Hello, and thanks for the feedback.
Very sorry that all the MC questions were not correct. When posting questions for assistance with a retest, you might consider using the Business/Finance Homework category.
Thanks for the offer, but I believe it would be in your best interest to begin a new post(s) in the category I suggested.
3. A: Debit: Loss on Bond Retirement for $10,000, Bonds Payable for $500,000, and Interest Income for $30,000. Credit: Investment in Washington Co. Bonds for $515,000, and Interest Expense for $25,000.
4. B: 5,000
5. A: 209,250
6. C: 33,333
7. D: 1,555,000
8. C: 45,000
9. A: 321,250
10. B: 201,250
3.The correct answer number 3 was D (you chosed A)
9. the corrrect answer was B (you chosed A)
10. The correct answer was D (you chosed B)
my score was not bad, but it was not a passing score either :(
I am telling you I am accepting your answers today anyway but I have to retake the exam online (which would be automatic score) and I though that would be fair if I could add 25 dollars more to you and you are the one who try to answer the exam. That way, I would not have to pay 53 more dollars which would the the cost with a new expert. What do you think?
Since you haven't made an "accept" yet, the $25 deposit for this question remains in your account. So, it won't cost you more to make a new post of your questions. I think that would be your best option. You can post the questions in "Homework" or "Business/Finance Homework." Good luck on your exam!