**Answer:**

I think techical occupation means the worker who work through laptops and computers

- software engineer
- game designer
- publisher etc....

Answer:

Dr Cash (3,000)

Cr Deferred Revenue (4,000)

Cr Service Revenue (Clinic) (7,000)

Explanation:

Preparation of the appropriate journal entry

Since we were told that kayakers pay the sum of $3,000 at $150 each, by adding to the $4,000 that was already paid in advance on July 30 this means we have to record the transaction by Debiting Cash with the amount of (3,000); Crediting Deferred Revenue with the amount of (4,000) and Crediting Service Revenue (Clinic) with the amount of (7,000)

Note that the credit side of the transaction which is Deferred Revenue of 4,000 -Service Revenue (Clinic) of 7,000 will give us (3,000)

Journal entry

Dr Cash (3,000)

Cr Deferred Revenue (4,000)

Cr Service Revenue (Clinic) (7,000)

**Answer:**

$1,025.299

**Explanation:**

The formula for compound interest is

FV = PV × (1+r)^ n

Where Fv is the future value

Pv is the present value = $1000

r is interest rate = 1/2 % or 0.5% per year

n is five years

interest is compounded quarterly,

Interest per quarter = 0.5% /4 = 0.125% which is 0.00125

n will be 5 years x 4 quarters = 20 periods

Fv= $1000 x (1 +0.00125)^20

Fv =$1000 x(1.00125)^20

Fv= $1000 x 1.025299

Fv = $1,025.299

Substitute goods are those goods which as a result of change in market conditions such as changes in price can replace one another for example mountain water and natural water. They are goods with positive cross elasticity demand unlike the complementary goods (goods that are used together). In this case, if the price of mountain water decreases, **the fall in price shifts the demand curve for natural water leftward.** This means there will be an increased demand for mountain water and a decreased demand of natural water.

**Answer: A: Loans that are taken out by parents and have high - interest rates**

**Explanation: Parents take out these loans for their children and PLUS loans have the highest interest rate of all student loans.**