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December 8, 2013

# Posts by aria

Total # Posts: 114

University of Phoenix
Are you a student at the university? Have you checked the library? You can ask a librarian. Also you can go online and get financial statistics from large companies. You could also check scholarly articles on Dell finances. Finance magazines can help with that. You can usually...

English
Lizzie You have a sound and interesting speech. I would say your conclusion just needs to be an extension of your key statement in your introduction. You can make an encapsulated form of key points of your speech. Then punching in a thought provoking question at the end would ...

Ag econ
Thomas I would suggest Googeling "Precision Agriculture in the 21st century" then modify your search to include "proving marginal profitibilty. You will get good research papers from universities and agricultural organization world-wide that share detailed infor...

science
Stacey, This is a basic mathmatics problem but sounds more difficult. Draw a picture of the trail from start to finish and add and subtract on the way. What is your total distance if you travel 100m and then travel 35m more? Then, if you have traveled 100m and traveled back 35...

Algebra
I am stumped by these two LCM questions for some reason. Find The LCM for #1 2(R-7) and 14(R-7) #2 (1+4r), (1-16r^2), and (1-4r) It seems like #1 is already at the LCM and #2 would be (1+4r)(1-4r) Am I even vaguely correct? Thanks for your help.

algebra
Start with the given equation of I=700w/h^2 I=700w/72^2 Plug in Jerome's height I=700w/5184 Since we want the BMI to be between 24 and 33, we have to construct an inequality. 24=<700/5184=<33 Multiply all sides by 5184 5184*24=<700w*5184/5184=<33*5184 Once you ...

Algebra
I am having trouble with two problems. I can't seem to get a solid solution to either one of them. 3/y+5 + 6/7y add and simplify 5-r/8-r = 3/r-8 solve Can someone help me please? Thanks so much.

Algebra
Damon, Why does this explain the highest yeild? It sounds like what you did was on a graph and you found the highest points

Algebra
If the profit equation for the monthly sales of tile sets is P = -x^2 + 56x - 300, how do I find the number of tiles that yeilds the most profit. x=number of tile sets. The amount of money for costs each month is set at \$300. I saw an answer as 28 tile sets would yeild the hig...

Algebra
Hi, I have had to work on several of these types of problems with no success. Could someone help me make the process easier? I have spent many hours with inconsistent results. A company offers their employees two medical insurance plans; Plan A has a \$130 deductible with a 25%...

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