Posts by gus

Total # Posts: 14

literary
when considering a business venture , you should consider factors such as your financial resources, your special skills, where you live and what you like to do with your time

Physics
A biker traveling at 6m/s accelerates for 3 seconds at a rate of 3.4m/s2. How far did the biker travel while accelerating?

accounting
In determining the viability of a strategic investment, several pieces of information are required, including the cost of the project, the projected cash flows, and the discount, or interest, rate. In the Guillermo Furniture Scenario, which costs would you NOT consider, and ...

stats
A statistically significant outcome in a z-test indicates which of the following? (Points : 1) The sample is not characteristic of the population. The sample could not have been randomly selected. The sample is characteristic of the population. The sample represents other ...

ENG 122
When you contribute to a research conversation, which of the following skills is NOT strictly necessary? demonstrating careful thinking offering original ideas and research reviewing the work of others drawing inferences and conclusions

Physics
Would like to know 2

statistics
Other versions of this question may have further questions for you to answer, but for the sake of the question, your "point estimate' is \$45,000. 45000 + 50000 + 40000 =135000 135000/3 = 45000

algebra
explane, jen and heather went to lunch. when the bill came. jen discovered that she had only 8 dollars. heather had enough money to pay the other paqrt, or 3/5 of the bill.

math
if car one is traveling at 45miles per hr in one direction. How fast is car no 2 has to go from stoped state to catch up with car one after 15 miles assuming car 2 can go from 0-60 in 5 sec.

Math
n the theory of relativity, the mass of a particle with speed v is m=f(v)=m01−v2/c2√, where m0 is the rest mass of the particle and c is the speed of light in a vacuum. Letting m0=1, find f−1(10).

Math
A group of students is entering a contest to win \$1000. The students plan to divide the money equally. Construct a graph that best describes the relationship between the number of students in the group and the amount of prize money each student wims?