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April 29, 2016

Total # Posts: 10

maths --plse help me..
A man drives fom the origin to his destination in his car at the speed of 24km/hr and reaches 5 minutes late.Next day he drives from the same origin to the same destination with a speed of 30km/hr and reaches 4 minutes early.Find at what distance is the origin from the ...
December 11, 2012

maths --plse help me..
if 16 men can build a road of 9 km in 3 days then how many men can build 21 km road in 5 days.
December 11, 2012

-plse help me..
ABCD and ABDE are parallelograms, the value of ar[ABCD] /ar[ABC]+ar[ABD]+ar[ABE]
December 8, 2012

maths-binomial theorem--plse help
find the greatest term in the expansion of (1+x) raised to thepower of10, x=2/3
December 7, 2012

macroecon
Assume that there is equilibrium in both the goods and the money market at all times. Suppose that the president of the United States has decided to start a war. The government will have to increase spending to pay for weapons, equipments, and transportation. What, if anything...
March 14, 2010

macroecon
Assume that there is equilibrium in both the goods and the money market at all times. Suppose that the president of the United States has decided to start a war. The government will have to increase spending to pay for weapons, equipments, and transportation. What, if ...
March 14, 2010

bio
Q:My grandmother made kool-aid with 120 g of sugar (Sucrose) per liter. Assuming that the liqiud portion is water (1g/ml)- What percent sucrose solution was my grandmothers Kool-Aid? A: What i thought was that 120 g x1 mL/1g = 120 mL x100 = 12%. Is this right?
February 27, 2010

bio
Q:My grandmother made kool-aid with 120 g of sugar (Sucrose) per liter. Assuming that the liqiud portion is water (1g/ml)- What percent sucrose solution was my grandmothers Kool-Aid? A: What i thought was that 120 g x1 mL/1g = 120 mL x100 = 12%. Is this right?
February 27, 2010

calc.microecon
I was trying to derive for A from the function: profit=PQ(P,A)-C(Q(A))-A these are my steps profit=Pdq/da-Cqdq/da-1 dprofit/dA=P(dq/da)-MC(dq/da)-1=0 (p-MC)change in q/change in A=1 p-mc/p[A/Q *change in q/change in A]=A A=TR Ea/Ed ----------- this is what is is suppose to ...
December 3, 2009

econ/calc
I was trying to derive for A from the function: profit=PQ(P,A)-C(Q(A))-A these are my steps profit=Pdq/da-Cqdq/da-1 dprofit/dA=P(dq/da)-MC(dq/da)-1=0 (p-MC)change in q/change in A=1 p-mc/p[A/Q *change in q/change in A]=A A=TR Ea/Ed ----------- this is what is is suppose to ...
December 3, 2009

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