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Objective 2.5
The following conditional motion data item «N», one of the areas in the reporting year:
1. Prifabrichnye warehouses deliver the goods:
- Wholesale businesses in the amount of 900 million. Rub .;
- Roznichnotorgovym networks in the amount of 600 million. Rub .;
- Municipal and private commercial enterprises in the amount of 500 mln. Rub .;
- Oblpotrebsoyuza $ 200 mln. Rubles.
In addition, prifabrichnyh warehouses of goods sold to the population at 50 million. Rubles.
2. Wholesale companies to deliver the goods:
- Retail trade networks of 600 mln. Rubles .;
- Municipal and private commercial enterprises in the amount of 400 mln. Rub .;
- Oblpotrebsoyuza 100 million. Rub .;
- Regional consumer union in the amount of 40 million. Rub .;
- The general store of $ 10 mln. Rubles.
3. The retail network of goods sold:
- Municipal and private commercial enterprises in the amount of 80 mln. Rub .;
- Oblpotrebsoyuza amounting to 20 million. Rub .;
- Regional consumer union in the amount of 5 million. Rub .;
- A general store in the amount of 2 million. Rub .;
- Population 500 million. Rubles.
4. Oblpotrebsoyuz items sold:
- Regional consumer union in the amount of 40 million. Rub., .....


Objective 3.6
The available data on the wholesale supply of non-food products Trading House "Rus" in the retail trade for the I - II quarter. 2004 pyatnadtsatidnevkam cumulatively since the beginning of the quarter, at current prices (ths. Rub.):
Pyatnadtsatidnevki Volume of supplying goods to a cumulative total from the beginning of the quarter
I quarter. 2004 II quarter. 2004
1st 130140
2nd 180200
3rd 200 250
4th 350 300
5th 480350
6th 600540
Define by quarters:
1. The actual scope of supply for each pyatnadtsatidnevku without increasing the total.
2. The average volume of deliveries per pyatnadtsatidnevku.
3. The standard deviation of the average volume of supply.
4. The coefficients of variation and uniformity of delivery of the goods.
Draw conclusions on the results.

Task 4.11
The available data on the three areas of one of the areas:
Name districts Retail trade turnover at current prices
(Mln. Rub.) Average population (thou. Pers.) Price Indices
I period II period II period I period
Industrial 12.5 11.1 250.0 235.0 1,056
Old 15.6 19.0 258.3 259.9 1,185
New 14.1 10.2 230.7 229.1 1,016
Define:
1. Shower turnover at current and constant prices for each of the areas for each time period and its dynamics.
2. The per trade for the region as a whole in actual and constant prices for each time period and its dynamics.
3. multiplicative and additive index factor model of per capita trade turnover on the region as a whole in actual and comparable prices.
4. multiplicative and additive index factor model of retail trade turnover on the region as a whole in actual and comparable prices.
5. The overall price index for the region as a whole.
6. The elasticity of retail trade turnover on the region as a whole in actual and comparable prices depending on changes in the general level of consumer prices.
Analyze the results obtained and presented in tabular form.

Task 5.7
The available data on public catering enterprises for two time periods:
Index Unit Time Periods
accounting basis
......

Task 6.7
The available data on the wholesale company for two time periods:
Title
Number of product groups headings for groups (units) Sum of trade
reserve groups (mln. rubles).
At the beginning of the period At the end of the period at the beginning of the period At the end of the period .......

Task 8.4
The available data on the retail price index for the eight groups of goods (as a percentage of average annual prices 1995):
Product groups Years
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Meat & Poultry 152 152 153 155 157
Fish and herring 1

Additional information

Task 9.4
The following information about the use of working time in May of the reporting year the two companies (in man-days):
Indices Enterprises
Vega Sirius
A February 1
Actually worked 1250 1165
All day downtime February 1
Immediate release 150 100
Absenteeism February 1
Failure to appear with the permission of the administration on May 6
Weekends 120 110
Holidays 200190
Sick leave on October 30
Maternity leave 93,124
Determine for each enterprise:
1. The calendar, the personnel and the best possible fund of working time.
2. Average number of employees.
3. The utilization factors as possible fund of working time.
4. Give the comparative characteristic of efficient use of time in the workplace.

Problem 10.11
The following data on one of the regions of the two years:
Years Average annual population (thousand people.). The volume of retail trade turnover at current prices
(Bn. Rub.) The number of commercial enterprises on average per year trade area on average per year (thous. M ²)
2003 2425 85.82 2596 324.500
2004 2405 3112 124.439 886.920
Define:
1. The average size of a single commercial enterprise for years and its dynamics.
2. The average volume of retail trade turnover, attributable to a single commercial enterprise for years and its dynamics.
3. The percentage of residents with commercial enterprises and retail area over the years and their dynamics.
4. Retail trade turnover, falling by an average of 1 m ² of retail space and its dynamics.
5. The dynamics of retail trade turnover in general and, in particular, under the influence of individual factors.
a) due to changes in the average annual number of trade enterprises and retail trade turnover per one company;
b) due to changes in the area of \u200b\u200btrade and retail trade turnover per 1 m ².
6. The dynamics of retail space as a whole and, in particular, under the influence of the individual factors.
Analyze the results obtained.

Problem 11.5
The following conditional data for the period of three restaurants included in one of the firms (in thousand. Rub.):
Name of company Name of indexes
Catering
Compound Sadko Volkhov
The cost of raw materials and purchased goods
(In retail prices) 12,560.0 14,800.0 10,595.0
Trade margins 2747.5 3587.9 2804.6
Production and distribution costs 4854.5 5175.8 3155.4
Earnings attributable to 3042.2 4825.3 2925.8
Determine for each of the restaurants and the company as a whole:
1. Cost of raw materials and purchased goods consumed in the production.
2. The full cost of the product catering.
3. The volume of catering turnover.
4. Trends catering (two ways).
Analyze the results obtained.

Problem 13.5
The available data on the conditional price of the goods «L» (in rubles per unit) and sales (in units) in one of the retailers of Moscow for the I quarter 2005 .:
Indices Pyatnadtsatidnevki
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
1 - 15 January 16 - January 31 1 - 15 16 February - 29 February 1 - 15 March 16 - March 31
A 1 2 3 4 5 6
Price (rub. / U.) 26.0 28.0 29.0 30.0 32.0 34.0
Sales volume (units) 1500 1400 1200 1200 1100 1000
Based on the above data:
1. Build the linear trends in prices, volume of sales and the volume of trade.
2. Build the price forecast by extrapolation, the physical volume of sales and the volume of trade in the second half of April and first half of May.
Draw conclusions based on the results.

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