# Home Economics

## Recent Questions

Mathematics
You live 2 3/4 miles from school. In the morning, you walk 1/3 mile directly toward school to take the bus. After school, you walk home the same distance when the bus drops you off. How many miles do you ride the bus to and from school each day?I dunno what to do T____T

Statistics
In 2015, the average price of new homes in a certain suburb was \$145,000. Assume that this mean is based on a random sample of 1000 new home sales and that the sample standard deviation is \$24,000. Construct a 99% confidence interval for the 2002 mean price of all such homes.

Al and Bill live at opposite ends of the same street. Al had to deliver a parcel to Bill’s home, Bill one at Al’s home. They started at the same moment, each walked at constant speed and returned home immediately after leaving the parcel at its destination. They met the ...

Bob is going from his house to his uncle Sam's house in another state. He started running. After a while he switches to a bicycle. After a while he switches to a truck. After a while he switches to a sports car. After a while he switches to a helicopter. In each segment he ...

Algebra
Bob is going from his house to his uncle Sam's house in another state. He started running. After a while he switches to a bicycle. After a while he switches to a truck. After a while he switches to a sports car. After a while he switches to a helicopter. In each segment he ...

Math
Al and Bill live at opposite ends of the same street. Al had to deliver a parcel to Bill’s home, Bill one at Al’s home. They started at the same moment, each walked at constant speed and returned home immediately after leaving the parcel at its destination. They met the ...

Biology
A young woman was at the gym doing great her normal workout. She would spend 45 minutes on the elliptical and then 15 minutes doing weight training. This was the regular routine for her as she did this almost everyday. One day her normal routine turned upside-down. As she ...

Health
2. Thirty minutes of physical activity a day can improve your family's health and can help to bring you closer together. True False 3. Most people that participate in physical fitness do not enjoy encouraging their family members to get involved with them. True False 4. ...

Math
It takes Jenna 60 min to drive to work in the morning. She drives home using the same route, but it takes 25 min longer, and, averages 20m/hr less than in the morning. How far does Jenna drive to work?

corrections plz help Ms. Sue Infinitve
1. To get home during the storm was quite difficult. To get home during the storm - phrase function; subject 2. Our plan was to reach southern Maine by noon. To reach southern Maine by noon - phrase Function; direct object 3.She was told to reorganize her composition. To ...

Infinitive phrase
1. To get home during the storm was quite difficult. To get home during the storm - phrase function; direct object 2. Our plan was to reach southern Maine by noon. To reach southern Maine by noon - phrase Function; adverb 3.She was told to reorganize her composition. To ...

Social Studies
Which of the following is an example of what people experienced during the great depression? More American's send their children away from home to get an education People cut their dining out and moving to only once a week Millions become jobless,and many lost their homes ...

english grammar
1. Our high school would not ________until mid September mid-september mid-September . a. reopen b. re-open c. re open I think the answer is B 2. We were enjoying our break by indulging in ______activities a. childlike b. child-like c. child like I think the answer is C 3. and...

SS
The economics of the Caribbean South America rely largely on? A:valuable resources such as oil, coffee, and cacao. B:production of manufactured goods. C:mineral wealth found throughout the region. D:tourism, as the region lacks arable land I think D. thank you

maths
A car dealership fences in a rectangular area behind their building to secure unsold vehicles. One length will be the back wall of the dealership. What is the maximum parking area that can be created if they have 2 km of fencing to use? HELP PLS. show you work for ...

math
Two teams, the Exponents and the Radicals, square off in a best of 5 math hockey tournament. Once a team wins 3 games, the tournament is over. The schedule of the tournament (for home games) goes: E-R-E-R-E If the Exponents are playing at home, there is a 60% chance they'll ...

principles of economics
When the price of paper increases from ​\$250 to ​\$256 per​ ton, the quantity supplied increases from 250 to 270 tons per day. The price elasticity of supply is nothing . ​(Enter your response rounded to two decimal​ places.)

1. Which of these is an example of a capital resource A. Workers B.iron ore C. Entrepreneurs D. Computers 2. How does scarcity affect customers A. Limited money forces consumers to make choices B. Limited time prevents customers from making decisions C. Limited numbers of ...

Science
Will arrive at his mother's office at 3 p.m. it took him 30 minutes to walk from his home to the Mall he was in the mall for 45 minutes it then took him 15 minutes to walk to his mother's office at what time did I leave home

economics
7. Which situation is more likely to occur in a market economy than a command economy? A. People line up for cheap but scarce products. B. A student is guaranteed a job out of college. C. An inventor designs and produces a new type of car. D. A committee chooses which farms ...

Economics
The fixed cost of producing five units of a particular commodity is given as #900 while the total cost of producing the same five units of this commodity is #1000.the marginal cost of the 6th unit produced later is #200.calculate the average variable cost for the production of...

economics
When the price of paper increases from ​\$150 to ​\$157 per​ ton, the quantity supplied increases from 200 to 210 tons per day. The price elasticity of supply is?

Economics
how would supply shift caused by lower costs of production affect price and quantity

Social Studies
1) Which pull factor would most likely encourage an immigrant who wanted to raise and sell cattle in the United States A industrial jobs B inexpensive land C the promise of freedom D expensive land in home country 2) Based on your reading, which statement best completes the ...

Can someone please explain what "consumer socialisation" is. I would really appreciate it if its not copy and pasted from other website because I've searched it up, but I just don't understand it. Thank you

PreCalculus
Rebecca and Tom Payton have decided to buy a home that costs \$200,000. The Paytons can put down 20% of the home's price. They have applied for a 15-year, 9% FRM to finance the balance. They Paytons have a combined gross annual income of \$70,000. Answer the following questions ...

science
what energy source can generate most of my home's electricity day and night????

Social Studies
At home on the hills of Vermont or in the woods of Maine, or the Texan ranch, comrade of Californians, comrade of free North-Westerners. . . . of every hue and caste am I, of every rank and religion. --Walt Whitman, Song of Myself Why did Whitman compose these lines? A. To ...

World History
1. Latin America is located in the northern hemisphere southern hemisphere western hemisphere eastern hemisphere 2. Mexicos central plateau is an important region because it is a mountainous region where few people live, but minerals are mined. most of the country's people ...

Science
1. How did planetesmals form planets? A. They broke apart into smaller chunks. B. They collided and stuck together.<<(I think it's this answer) C. They cooled and pulled ice together. D. They began to rotate. 2. What distance was used to define the astronomical unit (AU...

I need someone to write this out for me like in a discussion so I can read it and write it in my own words please ASAP! Identify two regular and two irregular polygons in your home or community. How do you know they are regular or irregular? Give one example of each regular ...

economics
Questions from Andreas Software Business A. How many software programs should Andrea sell to make the most profit? __________ What would her profit be? ___________ What is the marginal revenue for this number of programs? ____________ The marginal cost? _____________ B. If ...

economics
Which type of economic institution works to provide services to a community and does not pay taxes? A bank B market C non-profit D labor union

Math fractions
Carlos spent 1 1/4 hours doing his math home work. He spent 1/4 of this time practicing his multiplication facts. How many hours did Carlos spend practicing his multiplication facts? Need an answer in numbers and an answer in fractions.

Ashford
In hiring officials it is considered best to: A. Pay a salary plus expenses rather than a flat fee B.Have officials selected with the approval of the opponents C.Use local officials D.Have officials chosen strictly by the home team. A and C Which of the following is not ...

Economics
The average price level increases Stock prices plummet The interest rate decrease Business are pessimistic Does the Aggregate demand curve shift if so in what direction Labor productivity deceased Size of the labor force increases The average price level increass Does the ...

Ashford
In hiring officials it is considered best to: A. Pay a salary plus expenses rather than a flat fee B.Have officials selected with the approval of the opponents C.Use local officials D.Have officials chosen strictly by the home team. A and C Which of the following is not ...

Psychology
Please provide me some points to write an essay on a case. Alexis had often wished that she could understand herself better. But the fight with her boyfriend the previous night really made her wonder what was driving her behaviour. For no reason at all, she had gotten annoyed ...

History
Which number labels Yasmin's native country of Spain? A 1 B 2 C 4 D 6 Which number labels Yasmin's current home in Sweden? A 1 B 3 C 4 D 5 (I am new also :))

Social Studies
At home on the hills of Vermont or in the woods of Maine, or the Texan ranch, comrade of Californians, comrade of free Northwesterners .... of every hue and caste am I, of every rank and religion --Walt Whitman, Song of Myself Why did Whitman compose these lines? A)To point ...

social studies
which pull factor would most likely encourage an immigrant who wanted to reason sell cattle in the United States? A. industrial jobs** B. inexpensive land C. The promise of freedom D. expensive Landon home country am i correct?

Economics
The demand curve for a monopoly is: 1. the MR curve above the AVC curve. 2.above the MR curve. 3.the MR curve above the horizontal axis. 4. the entire MR curve.

Fractions
Mother saved 7/8 of a pie for dinner. Her son came home from school and ate the pie. How much pie is now left for dinner

ECONOMICS
CALCULATION 4 DEMAND AND SUPPLY FUNCTION FOR A COMMODITY ARE GIVEN QD=4P+30 AND QS=2P+6

economics
Given demand curve of the monopolist :Q=30-0.3P,& given the cost function C=2Q2+20Q+10, a)find the profit maximizing level of output &price b)determine the max possible profit. c)check for the 2nd order condition.

math
Camila wanted to learn cooking so that she could help out at home. In the cooking class, 10 students shared 6 8 kg of sugar equally. How much sugar would each student get? (Please round off your answer to the nearest whole number if needed. Leave your answer in g)

Payroll accounting
Julie Whiteweiler made \$930 this week. Only social security (fully taxable) and federal income taxes attach to her pay. Whiteweiler contributes \$100 each week to her company's 401(k) plan and has \$25 put into her health savings account (nonqualified) each week. Her employer ...

help math!
Elisabeti bikes from home to the grocery store and back to pick up in- gredients. On the way to the store, she averages 15 mph. Encumbered by groceries, she averages 10 mph on the way back. What is her average speed for the whole hour?

MATH 2
Elisabeti bikes from home to the grocery store and back to pick up in- gredients. On the way to the store, she averages 15 mph. Encumbered by groceries, she averages 10 mph on the way back. What is her average speed for the whole hour?

math
In one minute, Sasha takes 43 steps. It takes her 301 steps to travel from her house to the shops. If she leaves home at 10:24,at what time will he reach the shops if he walks steadily?

economics
if the CPI for the year 2004 is calculated as 96.5. compared to the base year what can we say about the general price of goods and services at 2004

CHECK THIS LANGUE ARTS THING AS FAST AS YOU CAN!
1. What purpose for reading do the stage directions suggest to readers? (1 point) • to learn about a subject • to be inspired • to be entertained • to gain understanding*** A Surprising Point of View A Television Play in Two Acts Characters (in order of appearance) 1 ...

Language Arts 8B
I just need to know if my answers are right or wrong. Thanks! 1. Which of the following is the best definition of stage directions? A. notes on how to write a story B. notes on how the work is to be staged and preformed C. notes on how to place props and lighting D. notes on ...

Math
A sports reportor said that 2 out of every 3 people at a home town base ball game named baseball vs their favorite sport the reporter claimed that baseball was the mostpopular sport in town which of th following explains why the reporters might not be true A only sixty percent...

Mental Health
Can you help determine what would be the best approach to answer the following question? I selected E but the wording NOT has me unsure about whether to select D. Which of the following are NOT representative of psychological causal factors of abnormal behavior? A. Inadequate ...

Mental Health
Can you help determine what would be the best approach to answering the following question? I selected E but the wording NOT has me unsure about whether to select D. Which of the following are NOT representative of psychological causal factors of abnormal behavior? A. ...

micro economics theory 2
a watch making firm operating in a competitive market.given by c= 100+ q2., where q is the level of output & c is total cost. a.the price of watches is birr is 60, how many watches produce to maximize profit? b.what will your profit level be? c.at what minimum price will you ...

micro economics theory2
demands for the two markets are p1 = 15 _ q1 & p2= 25-2 q2. the monopolist`s tc is c = 5+3(q1+ q2). what are price, output,profits,& mr if. a.the monopolist can price discriminate? b.the law forbids charging d/ f prices in the two regions?

micro economics theory2
prove that the slope of indifferenc curve is equal to budget line?

micro economics theory 2
prove the profit maximization of the consumer.mu= p by using mathmatical derivation.

Math
My brother gets paid £70 a week. If he owes me 1/2 of his salary . If he pays me 1/7 of what he owes me how much money will he still take home?

economics
why we might be concerned about the potential for the misrepresentation of costs.

economics
Explain why we might be concerned about the potential for the misrepresentation of costs.

economics
explain the role of moral considerations in policy selections

economics
Explain why we can’t predict tax revenues by using the amount of the tax and the previous time period’s consumption.

economics
Explain the difference between efficient and cost-effective. Explain whether an outcome can be efficient and not cost effective. Explain whether an outcome can be cost-effect an inefficient.

economics
Explain why we might be concerned about the potential for the misrepresentation of costs.

history
A shopper choosing a new oven for his home would likely make a decision based on a scarcity of which of the following? a) money b) time c) stores d) space I think it is d.

math
Amy leaves home at the same time every morning and gets to school exactly at 8 AM. If she traveled at 70 meters per minute she would arrive 10 minutes early. If she traveled at 60 meters per minute she would arrive 8 minutes early. What time does Amy leave home each morning?

Math
It took Jen, who biked at a speed of 12 mph, 20 minutes to get home. What is Jim’s speed, if it took him only 15 minutes to bike that distance?

Present perfect tense
His dad _______ for about ten years. a. has been away from home b. left home c. has gone Ans: a.has been away from home Please help to check, thanks & regards.

English
1. We'll be home for Christmas. 2. We'll be home on Christmas. 3. What would you like to do for Christmas? 4. What would you like to do on Christmas? ----------------------- Thank you for your help. What is the difference in the use of the prepositions, for and on?

Economics
A firm in a perfectly competitive market has the following cost function: c=1/3q3-5q2+30q+10 in the market- clearing price is 6, obtain the profit maximising level of output?

work ethics
it is ethical to take office supplies from work for home use ?

Maths
Cynthia’s afternoon train normally arrives at her station at 5:30 pm each day, where she is picked up by Alan and driven home. One day she was on an earlier train which arrived at 5 pm, and she decided to walk in the direction Alan was coming from home. Alan had left in time...

Sociology
In America, the family of the 1950's (young, married, two children, father works while mother stays at home) is often idealized. What social factors caused that family structure to exist and why is it less common today? I can't seem to think of any factors.. can someone please...

Algebra
When kevin commuted to work one morning, his average speed was 45 mph. He averaged only 30 mph for the return trip because of an accident on the highway. If the total time for the round trip was 50 min determine the distance between his place of work and his home.

Economics
Which of the following is usually the most regressive tax? A. Inheritance tax B. Income tax C. Property tax D. General sales tax E. Luxury tax

Economics
Which of the following business situation would be banned by the Sherman Anitrust Act? A. A company invents a better product and charges higher price. B. A company lowers the price of a product in order to gain market share. C. A company buys up all competitors then raises ...

Economics
In 1997, the price of a particular basket of goods was \$2,900. In 1998, the price of the same basket was \$3,300. In 1996, the base year, the price of the basket was \$2,500. (Hint: price index is price indexed to a base year.) A. Calculate price index for 1996, 1997, and 1998. ...

Statistics
Based on sq foot and home prices :Create an inferential statistics (hypothesis) test using the research question and two variables your learning team developed for the Week 2 Business Research Project Part 1 assignment. Include: The research question Mock data for the ...

english
After escaping the Sirens, in which direction does Odysseus sail toward the home of Scylla and Charybdis? Scholars have named the Straits of Messina as the home of Scylla and Charybdis. Why might these watery threats be attributed to this geographical feature? (from the ...

Math
A baseball diamond has the shape of a square with sides 90ft long. A player 60ft from second base is running towards third base at a speed of 28ft/min. At what rate is the player’s distance from the home plate changing?

Math
The Mall: My sister likes to go shopping. Yesterday she borrowed a wad of money from Mom and went to the mall. She began her excursion by spending \$18 on a new CD. Then she spent half her remaining money on a new dress. Then she spent \$11 on lunch. Then she spent one-third of ...

English...check my work
parts of speech 1.Mason is fantastic at gossamer billowing. my answer: Mason=noun, is=verb fantastic=adjective at=preposition gossamer=adjective billowing=noun We get to go home early on Wednesday. my answer: We=pronoun get to go=verb home=noun early=adverb on=preposition ...

Personal Finance
Freddie Sue has a monthly gross income of \$2950 and total monthly debt payments of \$160. She will have to make a down payment of 15% of the purchase price of a new home and estimates that the monthly property tax and insurance cost will be \$210. If she can get a 30 year loan ...

parts of speech 1.Mason is fantastic at gossamer billowing. my answer: Mason=noun, is=verb fantastic=adjective at=preposition gossamer=adjective billowing=noun We get to go home early on Wednesday. my answer: We=pronoun get to go=verb home=noun early=adverb on=preposition ...

english grammar check my work
1. WE get to go home. answer(we=noun...get=helping verb to=helping verb=go=verb...home=noun). 2. A lot of kids have watched several times. (a=article....lot=adverb...of=preposiito​n...kids=noun....several=adjective....ti​mes=noun) thank you so much!

Can you help with the parts of speech: am I correct? 1. The high school game is at home tonight. answer:(The ..article..high school ..adjective... game...noun..at..preposition....home..no​un....tonight...adverb) 2. The junior high track team is going to win when they ...

history
Homework Help: social studies Posted by anonymous on Tuesday, November 29, 2016 at 4:10pm. At home on the hills of Vermont or in the woods of Maine or the Texan ranch comrade of Californians comrade of free north sweeteners of every hue caste am I of every rank and religion. ...

math
Janet Home went to Citizen Bank. she borrowed \$7000 at a rate of 8%. The date of the loan was September 20. Janet hoped to repay the loan on January 20. Assuming the loan is based on ordinary interest, Janet will pay back how much interest on January 20?

science
Earth's energy sources include both renewable and nonrenewable resources. name at least three sources of energy that could be used in your house. then describe the ideal energy source for generating most of your home's electricity, and explain why you choose that source

Resistance to Immigration Nativists believed that some immigrants did not fit into American culture because their customs were to different ---> Prejudice and violence grew as the number of Chinese immigrants increased ---> ? Based on your reading, which statement best ...

psychology
"Lisa is 30 yrs old, married woman and mother of 4 children. She has various worries for years but has never before sought professional help. During the past three months she has become increasingly unhappy to the degree that her family physician finally suggested she seek ...

economics
. Predicting Consequences Use the table below to predict what would happen if airlines and baseball stadiums priced all seats the same instead of using variable pricing. What would happen to the number of tickets sold? What would happen to the total revenue from ticket sales? ...

Economics
For a monopolist allocating outputs in two different geographical markets Price 1/ P1=15-Q1, P2= 25-2Q2, TC=5+3(Q1+Q2). What are price, output, profits and MR, IF:a. The monopolist can price discriminate? b.The monopolist prohibited to price discriminate?

physics
The pitcher throws a pitch from the mound toward home plate 18.4m away. The ball is released horizontally from a height of 1.8m with a velocity of 32m/s. Find the height above ground when it gets there.

Math 115
While solar energy powered home systems are quite expensive to install, adding some passive energy features to conventional construction can make a substantial reduction in heating and cooling costs. Passive solar requires no machinery and uses the building itself to collect, ...

Math
While solar energy powered home systems are quite expensive to install, adding some passive energy features to conventional construction can make a substantial reduction in heating and cooling costs. Passive solar requires no machinery and uses the building itself to collect, ...

English
) (4) Her carpets were planned for, so not woven, until she knew the size of the room in her new home in which it was to be used. Read the passage. Look at the underlined section marked number 4. There may be a mistake in the way the sentence is written. If you find a mistake...

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