A product's average price is the result of dividing the product's total sales revenue by the total units sold. When one product is sold in variants, such as bottle sizes, managers must define "comparable" units. Average prices can be calculated by weighting different unit selling prices by the percentage of unit sales (mix) for each product variant. If we use a standard, rather than an actual mix of sizes and product varieties, the result is price per statistical unit. Statistical units are also called equivalent units.
Average price per unit and prices per statistical unit are needed by marketers who sell the same product in different packages, sizes, forms, or configurations at a variety of different prices. As in analyses of different channels, these product and price variations must be reflected accurately in overall average prices. If they are not, marketers may lose sight of what is happening to prices and why. If the price of each product variant remained unchanged, for example, but there was a shift in the mix of volume sold, then the average price per unit would change, but the price per statistical unit would not. Both of these metrics have value in identifying market movements. In a survey of nearly 200 senior marketing managers, 51 percent responded that they found the "average price per unit" metric very useful in managing and monitoring their businesses, while only 16% found "price per statistical unit" very useful.In retail, unit price is the price for a single unit of measure of a product sold in more or less than the single unit.
The "unit price" tells you the cost per pound, quart, or other unit of weight or volume of a food package. It is usually posted on the shelf below the food. The shelf tag shows the total price (item price) and price per unit (unit price) for the food item. Research suggests that unit price information in supermarkets can lead shoppers to save around 17-18% when they are educated on how to use it, but that this figure drops off over time.Unit price is also a valuation method for buyers who purchase in bulk. Buyer seeks to purchase 10000 widgets. Seller One offers 1000 widgets packaged together for $5000. Seller Two offers 5000 widgets packaged together for $25000. Seller Three offers 500 widgets packaged together for $2000. All three sellers can offer a total of 10000 widgets to Buyer. Seller One offers widgets at a unit price of $5. Seller Two offers widgets at a unit price of $5. Seller Three offers widgets at a unit price of $4. Buyer uses unit price to value the packages offered by each of the three sellers and finds that Seller Three offers widgets at the best value, the best price.
Unit price is a common form of valuation in sales contract for goods sold in bulk purchasing.
The stock price of securities is a form of unit price because securities including capital stocks are often sold in bulks comprising many units.Unit price also is often used in the trade of consumable energy resources.
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This is actually right at the start of another derivation, but I can't understand how the author gets the formula for ##q##. So the discharge per unit thickness is the circumference of the circle, multiplied by the velocity at that point (at ##r##)? I thought the formula for flow rate was...
If there is a luminosity per unit wavelength defined as L_λ dλ, am I correct in thinking that the conversion to luminosity per unit frequency (L_ν) would be L_ν = L_λ (λ^2/c)?
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I am trying to find the hydrostatic force of a cylindrical tank of water. I was hoping someone could help point me in the right direction.
I have a cylindrical water tank. The dimensions are as follows:-
I need to find the magnitude of the hydro static force per unit of...
A container of height 3m and width 5m is filled with water upto 2 m. It is accelerated such that the water is at the brim (it is about to spill). When it moves with this acceleration find the force acting per unit width on the vertical wall.
I found the acceleration for the condition provided...
If I have a beam of protons that go into a block of water, how can I know how many photons will be produced along the beam path?. I'm assuming all the photons have the same energy.
I know that the energy deposition will follow a Bragg Curve, and I think that energy deposition is probably...
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For one of my assignments I’ve been ask about the relationship between percent impedance and per unit impedance.
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I know that the x% is determined in transformers by short circuiting the secondary windings and slowly increasing the...
Hi, my name is alexander, i am student from Institute of radioprotection and dosimetry (IRD). My project is calculate MGD (mean glandular dose) from womans with augmented breast. i am having dificulties to calculate Kerma in air with mcnpx. I drew a block of air above the breast, i am using the...
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I am taking the free energy as the internal energy of the ideal gas.
Then the average internal energy per unit volume is ## \frac { 3 nk_B T } {2 } ##.
So, the correct option is (c).
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How to get q ? It's not stated in the textbook . Is there something to do with the homework =4m ??
I assume q =...
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The equation of state of an ideal gas is p = nkT, where p is the thermodynamic
pressure and n = N / V is the thermodynamic variable for the number of particles per
unit volume. The n dependence of the free energy f per unit volume of the ideal gas is
obtained by the following...
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Suppose a harp string is tuned to middle C (C4) and is 0.56m long. If I want the tension to be 193.5 N, what mass per unit length do I need the harp string to be? Calculate your answer in kg.m
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Vs = sqrt(T/μ)
V = fλ
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Having a very...
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An arrangement of four wires, in cross section, with θ=30° and u=5cm. Wire 2 and wire 4 carry the same magnitude of current (I2=I4=10mA) directed out of the page. Wire 3 carries current I3=25mA directed into the page.
If the resultant force per unit length on wire 1 is zero...
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An air coaxial transmission line has a solid inner conductor of radius a and a very thin outer conductor of inner radius b. Determine the inductance per unit length of the line.
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the book states the methodology to find the inductance as follows:
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"An infnitely long hollow cylinder of radius ##a## has surface charge density ##σ_a##.
It is surrounded by a coaxial hollow cylinder of radius ##b## with charge density ##σ_b##. The charge densities are such that the total confguration is electrically neutral. Using whatever...
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frequency, Tension, mass, mode of vibration
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v = sqrt(T/μ)
The Attempt at a Solution
length of string is 2.14m
weight .00247kg
mass per unit length (μ) .00089
However, I need to confirm this graphically. I solved for mass per unit length
μ = T/V^2
or...
The following derives the relation that for a blackbody radiation the energy density is proportional to the energy emitted per unit area over unit time.
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I'm looking through my notes, and when converting the voltage...
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is the equation in the 3rd photo wrong ? since there are 2 exits , why shouldn't the eqaution become (P1 / y) + z + (8.33^2) / (2x9.81) = 0 + z +[ 2 (12^2) / (2x9.81) ] ?
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why the author said the equation 3-4 as energy per unit weight ?
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A ski gondola is connected to the top of a hill by a steel cable of length L and radius R . As the gondola comes to the end of its run, it bumps into the terminal and sends a wave pulse along the cable. It is observed that it took T seconds for the pulse to return.
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Is intensity related to this question? The answer is B.
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I^2 ∝ A^2
I=P/A,
where I is intensity, P is power, and A is area
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I tried using I=P/A, and after substituting, I get, A^2=E/S, which gives E=A^2 S
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Two cylindrical conductors, of distance between them d and radius a (a<<d), have dielectric layer of relative permitivitty εr and thickness a. Calculate capacitance per unit length of this system.
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Capacitance per unit length, C'=Q'/U
Gauss law, cylindrical...
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Viscous liquid (ρ = 1460 kg/m3, μ = 5.2×10−1Ns/m2) is pumped through a smooth pipe with a 0.1 m diameter, at a rate of 5×10−2m3/s. Using your Fanning friction factor versus Reynolds Number...
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1. Draw the reactance diagram.
2. Calculate the per unit impedances
3. If bms #1 is operating at 30 kV, find the current
Assume base of 100 MVA, 300 kV on the generator side.
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P = VI
s = p +jq...
I am trying to figure out what the total thermal energy emitted by completely transparent matter. It seems Planck's law can't do this because the thickness or geometry of the mass is not given, only it's surface area. The spectral radiance of a black body is given by Planck's law...
I an ideal gas how do I calculate the number of collision per unit area? By collision I do not mean collision between the atoms but rather it is a problem where I know that a nucleation cluster of area A is in my gas, and I want to find the probability that it will get hit by an atom. I know the...
A trivial question.
I know that current is the amount of charge passing per unit time across a area.
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At what wavelength does a cavity at 6000 degrees Kelvin radiate most per unit wavelength?
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$$\rho_T(\lambda)d\lambda=\frac{8\pi{hc}}{\lambda^5}\frac{d\lambda}{e^{{hc}/{\lambda{kT}}}-1}$$
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I'm pretty new to this whole...
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We are to assume an infinite transmission line with the following parameters:
capacitance: 296 ρF/ft
Zc=52Ω
inductance: 8.0 × 10-7 H/ft
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I took a screen shot so I did not leave anything out.
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Surface area, and volume of a sphere.
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I am trying to find the linear charge density from the charge volume density. I got it explained...
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Given that the stretched length of a string is Δx(1+1/2(dy/dx)^2) show that the potential energy per unit length is equal to
1/2F(dy(x,t)/dx)^2
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potential energy = kx^2
cos(kx-wt)
idk really...
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The fact that the...
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In fact it is problem 8.5 in Griffiths 3rd ed p357
Consider an infinite parallel plate capacitor with the lower plate carrying the charger density - \sigma , and the upper plate carrying the charge density + \sigma .
(a) Determine all nine elements of the stress...
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a proton moves with a velocity <6*105,3*105> m/s through a magnetic field given by <.2,.2> T
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\rho(\lambda)d\lambda=\frac{8(\pi)hc}{\lambda^{5}}\frac{d\lambda}{e^{hc/(\lambda)KT}-1}
What does this represent?
Calculate the number of photons per unit volume in a blackbody from \lambda to d\lambda
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N/A
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I...
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I need to find the mass of a disk with a hole, given inner and outer diameters of 0.10m and 0.30m, respectively. The disk has a mass per unit of 20 \frac{kg}{m^2}.
The Attempt at a Solution
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How much energy per unit mass (E/m) must you give a rocket to put it into a geosynchronous orbit three Earth radii above the surface of the Earth?
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U(r) = - GMm/r
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Calculate the three-phase short-circuit fault currents flowing into all five busbars.
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MVA base = 150MVA
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The flow of a fluid between two large flat parallel plates normal to the y direction is fully developed and steady. The plates are a distance 2h apart in the y direction and the velocity profile, assuming y=0 is at the midpoint between the plate is V(y) = V_0(1-(y/h)^2)...
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A wire is fixed at both ends vibrating fundamentally. For what value of x (x position on the wire, with 0 being one edge and L being the other) is the potential energy per unit length has the maximum value?
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Consider energy generation in the Sun. Fusion through the pp cycle takes place within its core which has
r = 0.2 Rs
T = 1.3 x 10 ^ 7 K
rho (density) = 1.1 x 10 ^ 5 kg m^-3
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I am reading Aschroft and Mermin and I came across the probability per unit time
I have trouble understanding the concept as it is. But they do try to explain.
They say that the probability that an electron will experience a collision in an ifinetismal time, dt, is just dt/τ.
From this i...
Average Cost. A manufacturer has determined that the total cost $C$ of operating a factory is
$C=0.5x^2+15x+5000$ where $x$ is the number of units produced.
At what level of production will the average cost per unit be minimized?
(The average cost per unit is $\frac{C}{x}$)
taking C' and...