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Daily Spending Record

Income
Spending

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

Total Day's Spending:


170

770

Juti

Bike Petrol

200

Bike service & Oil

530

Talha Medicine

Khatam se Wapsi Khana

Daily Fare

305

140

190

5,540

130
100
100
70
40

40

40

40

40

Sharma

60

chips

20

dahi bhaly

30

salad

40

40

pizza+bottles 1.5

1,100

Ami payment

3,400

Shahida

1,000

Bike Dad
Birthday (sandwich, halwa, medicine)
Anti Gull
pizza
waqas
dad
jamishirin
mouthwash
gripewater
chaat / maggi/ soap
nonihal
Banana
shampoo

95

7th

8th

40

9th

145

10th

145

160

11th

1,255

12th

13th

14th

370

190

100

40

45

15th

16th

640
100

40

40

60

120

45

300

150

40

40

40

30

800
455
500

17th

18th

330

19th

40

20th

40

21st

180

140

200

22nd

23rd

3,325

24th

140

25th

40

40

100

40

40

40

40

40

60

60

30
40

40

500

100

50
1,000
1,675

140

40

40

26th

27th

40

28th

340

29th

40

30th

360

310

100

40

40

40

31st

40
160

200

110
50
180
40
90

Month

15,425
130
900
530
550
70
920
520
20
180
120
1,100
3,400
1,700
800
455
500
150
1,000
1,675
140
110
50
180
40
90
95
0
0

Accounting and Finance


accounts payable
accounts receivable
audit controls
bookkeeping
capital budgets
expense analysis
financial audit preparation
financial planning and
reporting
financial statement
preparation
forecast consolidation
general ledger accounts
month-end reconciliation
preparation of balanced
scorecards

Human Resources
administrative processes
compensation
administration
continuous quality
improvement
development of workforce
requirements
employee
training/mentoring/evaluati
on

initial organization
assessment
interview screening and
hiring
labor and employment
laws
maintenance of
confidential employee files
new-hire orientation
recruitment and selection
process
payroll management
performance appraisals
policy and procedure
design
pre-employment
assessments

Marketing
B2B marketing strategy
development
B2C marketing strategy
development
brand building and
development
competitive product
positioning
copywriting and taglines
competitive market
analysis
marketing campaign
launch
product naming

Sales
customer retention
business development
competitive market
positioning
consolidated sales
market expansion
new business development
sales forecasting
strategic alliances
territory management
value added sales
vendor selection and
relations

Banking

Information Technology

audit controls and reports asset


management
database administration
branch operations
end-user support
credit analysis and/or
administration
loan administration

hardware configuration
local area network (LAN)

loan processing

network connectivity
management

quality assurance and control


documentation

network designer

record accuracy verification

new systems development

regulatory compliance

server integration

return-on-equity (ROE)

systems administration

risk management

systems integration and


troubleshooting

secured lending

wide area network (WAN)

statistical reporting

Education Administration

Manufacturing and
Operations Management

assessment and modification

budget forecast

continuous improvement

continuous-improvement
processes

curriculum development

performance matrix
implementation

management of school budget

policy development

organization and management

pre-shipment inspection

performance evaluation

procurement productivity
improvement

staff and community relations

production processes and


controls

staff training

project management

student enrollment

quality and performance


improvement

student support and


management

regulatory compliance

supervision of library services


system implementation

safety processes and training


scheduling of management

teacher support and


management

systems integration testing

teacher/staff recruitment

technical manual creation

team development

warehouse operations
processes

Management and Executive


Positions
Purchasing and Logistics
budget administration

commodities purchasing

operations management

contract negotiations

policy development

fleet cost reduction

profit and loss management

just-in-time purchasing

revenue and profit management logistics management


Six Sigma lean operations
training and development

monitoring departmental
expenditures
order and requisitions
placement
quality and cost control
securing written quotations
supplier quality
vendor selection

Office Administration
administrative processes
front-end operations

Teaching
assessment tools

lean administrative processes

creative lesson planning

meeting & event planning

curriculum development and


delivery

office management

early childhood intervention

policy and procedure


management

guided reading

workflow management

individualized education plans


parent-teacher conferences
reading strategies
student motivation

21.5

23.73

21.6
21.7

23.74
23.75

21.7
21.8

24
24.1

21.9

24.2

22.75

25

22.75

25.1

22.75

25.2

23.3

25.3

23.4

25.4

23.4

25.5

23.5

26.3

23.5
23.6

26.31
26.32

B
162
142
165
145

1)

2)

1
16
15
13
21
15

2
18
22
20
16
24

3
26
31
24
30
24

77
81
61
76
69

74
66
58

73
78
57
69
633

76
85
77
64

C
142
156
124
142

126
122
138
140

3)

F
7
10
11
9
12
10
14
7

E
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

F-E
-3
0
1
-1
2
0
4
-3

s2
9
0
1
1
4
0
16
9

0.9
0
0.1
0.1
0.4
0
1.6
0.9

80

80

40

Station 1 Station 2
5030
2800
13700
4670
10730
6890
11400
7720
860
7030
2200
7330
4250
2810
15040
1330
4980
3320
11910
1230
8130
2130
26850
2190
17660
22800
11300
1690

Data
2)

7.07
7
7.1

Anova: Single Factor


SUMMARY
Groups
Column 1
Column 2

Count
16
12

ANOVA
Source of Variation
Between Groups
Within Groups

SS
2.8E+008
9.2E+008

Total

1.2E+009

6.97
7
7.03
7.01
7.01
6.98
7.08

A
Mean
Var

153.5
136.3333

C
141
131.5
172 78.33333

Anova: Single Factor


SUMMARY
Groups
Column 1
Column 2
Column 3

ANOVA
Source of Variation
Between Groups
Within Groups
Total

Count

Sum

Average Variance
80
16
9
100
20
10
135
27
11

5
5
5

SS

df
310
120

2
12

430

14

MS
155
10

P-value
F crit
15.5 0.000472 3.885294

Anova: Single Factor


SUMMARY
Groups
Column 1
Column 2
Column 3
Column 4

Count
5
3
5
4

ANOVA
Source of Variation
Between Groups
Within Groups

SS
42866.08
255093.8

Total

297959.9

Sum
Average Variance
364
72.8
62.2
198
66
64
910
182
63623
302
75.5
75

df

MS
F
P-value
F crit
3 14288.69 0.728175 0.553224 3.410534
13 19622.6
16

M
F
Total

French
39
21
60

Russain
16
14
30

Total
55
35
90

French
36.67
23.33
60.00

Russain
18.33
11.67
30

Total
55
35
90

Fo

Fe

Expected
M
F
Total

39
16
21
14

Sum

df

36.67
18.33
23.33
11.67

Average Variance
168530 10533.13 56580636
49450 4120.833 6147936

MS
F
P-value
F crit
1 2.8E+008 7.999962 0.008889 4.225201
26 35243724
27

36.66667