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math
a school production ended at 8:06 p.m. the production lasted 1 hour 32 minutes.at what time did the production begin?
January 27, 2011 by shakayla

econ
Suppose the country of Maverick has specialized in the production of a good but has not yet entered into trade. At this point in time, Maverick has A. Moved to a level of production outside its production possibilities curve. B. Shifted its production possibilities curve ...
May 8, 2012 by jj

Economics Help pls
Suppose you are given the following production function: , where y is output and K is capital. y= 60K + 20.3K2- K3 1.1 what is a production function, what is the real work application of such, and where would you source the data to develop a production of the type given above...
July 16, 2010 by Sarah

El Computer produces its multimedia notebook computer on a production line that has an annual capacity of 16,000 units. The cost to set up the production line is \$2345, and the annual holding cost is \$20 per unit. Current practice calls for production runs of 50 notebooks ...
July 19, 2013 by trai

math stats
These data are a sample of the daily production rate of fiberglass boats from Hydrosport, Ltd., a Miami manufacturer 17 21 18 27 17 21 20 22 18 23 The company production manager feels that a standard deviation of more than three boats a day indicates unacceptable production-...
February 6, 2011 by Anonymous

Macroeconomic
An increase in the capital stock will: A. Shift production function downward. B. Shift the production function upward C. Flatten the production function D. Steepen the production function The answer is B?
May 30, 2014 by Juan

principles of macroeconomics
It is possible for an economy to increase its production of computers and, at the same time, to increase its production of cars if the economy a. moves downward and to the right along its production possibilities frontier and the frontier is bowed outward. b. moves upward and ...
September 6, 2008 by elizabeth

accounting
Describe how the separation of (1) authorization of production transactions, (2) recording of these transactions, and (3) physical custody of inventories can be specified among the production, inventory, and cost accounting departments. How does the production order document ...
July 11, 2014 by Sue

accounting
Describe how the separation of (1) authorization of production transactions, (2) recording of these transactions, and (3) physical custody of inventories can be specified among the production, inventory, and cost accounting departments. How does the production order document ...
July 11, 2014 by Sue

accounting
Describe how the separation of (1) authorization of production transactions, (2) recording of these transactions, and (3) physical custody of inventories can be specified among the production, inventory, and cost accounting departments. How does the production order document ...
February 27, 2015 by jennifer

Economics
I picked C as the answer to this question but I am not sure? The difference between production possibilities frontiers that are vowed out and those that are linear is that: A)bowed out production possibilities frontiers illustrate tradeoffs, whereas linear production ...
May 6, 2008 by G

Tech
__________ is one of the few major indicators for which the ratio of production between the U.S. and China reflects the ratio of population size. A. Bicycle production B. Meat consumption C. Automobile production D. Fertilizer use im confused between A and D
August 12, 2014 by Amy

Calculus
A company manufactures x units of one item and y units of another. The total cost in dollars, C, of producing these two items is approximated by the function C=7x^2+xy+1y^2+600. A) If the production quota for the total number of items (both types combined) is 182, find the ...
October 18, 2015 by A

algebra
a factory can produce two products, x and y with a profit approximated by P=14x+22y-900. the production of y can exceed x by no more than 100 units moreover production levels are limited by the formula x+2y,+1,400. what production levels yield maximum profit?
January 4, 2013 by anonymous

Algebra
a factory can produce two products, x and y with a profit approximated by P=14x+22y-900. the production of y can exceed x by no more than 100 units moreover production levels are limited by the formula x+2y,+1,400. what production levels yield maximum profit?
December 27, 2015 by HELP!!!

U.S. Gov. and Ec.
What line on a production possibilities curve shows the amounts of goods produced? A. production possibilities frontier B. opportunity cost line C. utilization of resources D. maximum possible production line
January 28, 2016 by Nirvana

Calculus
using the demand function p = 41 − 0.04 q instead of the one given in your book. Round your numeric answers to one decimal place. a) Write the revenue as a function of production, q. R(q) = b) What production level maximizes revenue? q = c) What price corresponds to this...
November 3, 2010 by Erika

Calculus
using the demand function p = 41 − 0.04 q instead of the one given in your book. Round your numeric answers to one decimal place. a) Write the revenue as a function of production, q. R(q) = b) What production level maximizes revenue? q = c) What price corresponds to this...
November 3, 2010 by Erika

statistics
A poll asked 500 adults if they thought Ontario should produce more, less or maintain current production of ethanol. -160 people responded "more ethanol production" -136 people responded "less ethanol production" -155 people responded "maintain current production level" -49 ...
October 5, 2014 by anon

log 101
An 80% learning curve has been observed for the production of the MEERKAT system. If the 5th production unit''s recurring cost is \$1 million, what will be the recurring cost for the 10th production unit? Assume that the production line is continuous and that the learning ...
August 15, 2014 by Anonymous

Economics
The law of increasing costs means that as production shifts from one item to another, A. the cost of production gets cheaper and cheaper. B. the cost of producing an item stays the same no matter how many are produced. C. more and more resources are necessary to increase ...
January 29, 2016 by Nirvana

You have decided to develop a worksheet for each manufacturing facility manager to submit each week. It should show total production and revenue, and total scrap and cost for each product for the week, if a facility drops below 5,000 units of production on the mini-gizmo, the ...
October 17, 2011 by catrice

Auditing
Describe how the separation of (1) authorization of production transactions, (2) recording of these transactions and (3) physical custody of inventories can be specified amoung the production, inventory and cost accounting departments. How does the production order document ...
October 10, 2008 by Pam

A & P
A young man happens to spot an ex-girlfriend he's trying to avoid. Why does his mouth become dry? A. His cranial nerves shut down saliva production. B. His central nervous system shuts down saliva production. C. His sympathetic nervous system overrides the parasympathetic ...
January 29, 2014 by Diana

science
A young man happens to spot an ex-girlfriend he’s trying to avoid. Why does his mouth become dry? A. His cervical plexus overrides the parasympathetic stimulation for saliva production. B. His cranial nerves shut down saliva production. C. His central nervous system shuts down...
November 24, 2010 by Anonymous

macroeconomics
Describe the four factors of production: land, labor, capital, and entrepreneurship. Pick a product with which you are familiar, and explain how these four factors of production were used to transform raw materials into the finished good that you enjoyed. What role did the ...
May 27, 2009 by teddy

calculus
C(q) = q3−60q2+1200q+760 for 0 ≤ q ≤ 50 and a price per unit of \$551. Round your answers to the nearest whole number. a) What production level maximizes profit? q = b) What is the total cost at this production level? cost = \$ c) What is the total revenue at ...
July 16, 2014 by Anonymous

Math (UBC)
Economists use production functions to describe how output of a system varies with another variable such as labour or capital. For example, the production function P(L) = 200L + 10L^2 - L^3 goves the output of a system as a function of the number of labourers. The average ...
October 20, 2011 by Assignment6

Math Calculus
Economists use production functions to describe how output of a system varies with another variable such as labour or capital. For example, the production function P(L) = 200L + 10L^2 - L^3 goves the output of a system as a function of the number of labourers. The average ...
October 21, 2011 by Assignment6

Math
The revenue function for a production by a theater group is R(t)= -50t^2+300t, where t is the ticket price in dollars. The cost function for the production is C(t)= 600-50t. Determine the ticket price that will allow the production to break even.
August 20, 2010 by Carie

Calculus Help
using the cost function C(q) = q3−60q2+1200q+760 for 0 ≤ q ≤ 50 and a price per unit of \$551. Round your answers to the nearest whole number. a) What production level maximizes profit? q = b) What is the total cost at this production level? cost = \$ c) What ...
July 15, 2014 by Anonymous

Economics 260
How to draw a production function indicating three stage of production
November 25, 2007 by Laverne

economics 1A
how does current production choices influence future production possibilities
March 3, 2013 by Anonymous

Calculus
the cost function C(q) = q3−57q2+1083q+1010 for 0 ≤ q ≤ 50 and a price per unit of \$534. Round your answers to the nearest whole number. a) What production level maximizes profit? q = b) What is the total cost at this production level? cost = \$ c) What is the...
November 3, 2010 by Erika

Managerial accounting
well, I am doing direct material budget, and already have my production budget. for example for the quarter, for January I get 950, and cost for Direct material it says to be \$8/unit, but it does not say the units need for production, so im confused. normally you will multiply...
April 22, 2015 by Mike

Economics
1(a) How do wants differ from desires? How do wants arise and grow? (In 60-80 words) (b)Explain any five factors which influence classification of wants into necessities, comforts and luxuries. (In 60-80 words) (c) How are production, consumption and investment inter-related...
December 19, 2007 by Noor

production and operations management
1. The master production schedule is a forecast of demand for families of products. True or False
July 29, 2010 by Amy

calculus
proponents of the peak oil theory claim that worldwide production of petroleum will soon reach a maximum and start to decline. (there is considerable debate about how soon this will occur) let P(t)= the world's rate of petroleum production t years after 2000. let T be the date...
April 27, 2011 by Caren

Chemistry 12
Write an equation showing the relationship between i) the rate of production of oxygen and the consumption of dinitrogen pentoxide ii) the rate of production of oxygen and the rate of production of nitrogen dioxide iii) the rate of consumption of dinitrogen pentoxide and the ...
September 9, 2013 by Amy

social studies
Our economy ______ operates on its production possibility curve. A. always B. usually C. sometimes D. never I'm stuck between B and C. Here's the text: "Usually there's some economic slack, but every so often we do manage to operate at peak efficiency. When this happens, we ...
December 10, 2010 by tony

Economics (Production Possibility Frontiers)
Assume that the endownment of capital and labor in a given society is 20 units of capital and 20 units of labor. The production function of good X can be expressed as X = K1/2L1/2, and the production of good Y can be expressed as Y = K + L. Which of the following describes ...
December 6, 2009 by Susan

math
A factory can produce two products, x and y, with a profit approximated by P = I think it's b but I'm not really sure. Can someone show me how to do this or let me check my answer? :) 14x + 22y – 900. The production of y can exceed x by no more than 200 units. Moreover, ...
September 17, 2012 by Alex

Elements of Calculus
A company is manufacturing kayaks and can sell all that it manufactures. The revenue (in dollars) is given by R=750-(X^2/30) where the production output in 1 day is x kayaks. If production is increasing at 3 kayaks per day when production is 40 kayaks per day, find the rate of...
May 2, 2013 by Tim

Elements of Calculus
A company is manufacturing kayaks and can sell all that it manufactures. The revenue (in dollars) is given by R=750-(X^2/30) where the production output in 1 day is x kayaks. If production is increasing at 3 kayaks per day when production is 40 kayaks per day, find the rate of...
May 3, 2013 by Tim

math
a dailly farmer produce 50 tons of rice in the first day, 57 tons in the second day, and 64 tons in the third day. the production continue to increase in the same manner up to the 28 day. what is the a) production of the farmer on the 28 day? b) what is the total production of...
November 2, 2010 by sonia

Math
Canada ranks fifth in the world in the production of gold. By the end of one year, one of Canada's mines had produced about 198 t of gold since it opened. if the annual production averaged 4.5 t, predict the total production by the end of next year and the year after that
May 11, 2014 by Han

Elements of Calculus
I cant seem to figure this one out, please help. A company is manufacturing kayaks and can sell all that it manufactures. The revenue (in dollars) is given by R=750-(X^2/30) where the production output in 1 day is x kayaks. If production is increasing at 3 kayaks per day when ...
May 3, 2013 by HELP PLEASE

economics
Consider the following production possibilities table: Option Y X A 0 100 B 80 80 C 120 50 D 140 10 a)Provide a measure of the approximate marginal opportunity cost of an additional unit of X for each interval. Is the law of increasing cost satisfied? Explain b) Is the ...
October 23, 2013 by Cathy

calculus
The total cost of producing x units is C(q) = 2q3- 6q2-18q+108 (a) At what level of production will the total cost be minimized? (b) At what level of production will the marginal cost be minimized? (c) At what level of production will the average cost be minimized? (use calcu...
November 8, 2011 by Anonymous

Calc
The amount A(t) of a certain item produced in a factory is given by A(t) = 4000 + 48(t - 3) - 4(t - 3)³ where t is the number of hours of production since the beginning of the workday at 8:00 am. At what times is the rate of production increasing most rapidly?
January 2, 2011 by Erica

bio
5. What is meant by the term “carbon fixation”? a. The release of CO2 from glucose during catabolism b. The delivery of CO2 to an enzyme required for the production of glucose c. The production of two 3-carbon molecules from one 6-carbon molecule d. The production of a 4-...
April 6, 2009 by doug

Economics
If an economy produces its most wanted goods but uses outdated production methods, it is --the answer is "it is not achieving productive efficiency. But doesn't productive efficiency mean using the "least cost method of production"? So if you use outdated production method, ...
November 8, 2012 by Lily

math
1.A ball is dropped from a height of 2.0, to a floor. After each bounce, the ball rises to 63% of its previous height What is the total vertical distance the ball has travelled after 5 bounces? 2.An oil produces 25000 barrels of oil durign its first month of production. ...
November 2, 2008 by Steph

Microeconomics
Long-run average total costs curves are often U-shaped: A: For the same reasons that average total cost curces are often U-shaped. B: Because of constant returns to scales. C: Because of increasing coordination problems at low levels of production and increasing specailization...
August 19, 2008 by Gigi

Calculus
When production is 1700, marginal revenue is 8 dollars per unit and marginal cost is 6.75 dollars per unit. Do you expect maximum profit to occur at a production level above or below 1700? If production is increased by 50 units, what would you estimate the change in profit ...
April 7, 2015 by Nope

auditing
Describe how the separation of (1) authorization of production transactions, (2) recording of these transactions, and (3) physical custody of inventories can be specified among the production, inventory, and cost accounting departments
September 19, 2010 by rebeca

economic
Draw a production possibilities curve for a hypothetical economy producing capital good and consumer goods. Suppose a major technological breakthrough occurs I the capital goods industry and the new technology is widely adopted only in this industry. Draw the new production ...
February 9, 2014 by thiti

economics 503
a bowed production possibilities curve PPC indicates, a. trade off between the 2 goods is not constant b. inefficient production c. only 1 good is always being produced d. changing technology. which one?????
July 4, 2010 by bunny

math
The daily production costs P (in dollars) for a manufacturer of sound systems is given by the quadratic function. P(x)= -0.003x^2+150x-375,000 Where x is the number of units produced. What production level will yield a maximum profit?
June 8, 2014 by julissa

social studies
Which of these was the BIGGEST economic disadvantage of the Southern States during the Civil War? A) sea port availability B) industrial production C) agricultural production D) availability of resources
February 6, 2011 by Anonymous

The cost, in dollars, for the production of x felt-tipped pens is C(x) = 48 000 + 0.28x + 0.00001x^2, and the revenue is R(x) = 0.68x - 0.00001x^2. What production level maximizes profit?
March 23, 2012 by Julie

economics
Fill in the blanks below with ↑ to indicate an increase in the variable or with ↓ to indicate a decrease in the variable. Answer the questions with a brief written response. A) Consumption > Production ⇒ Economy is Out of Equilibrium ⇒ Inventories __...
February 2, 2011 by Lindsey

Manangerial Econ
You manage a U.S. based company that makes #2 pencils that sell in a highly competitive market (your pencils are considered a standardized commodity by your customers). Your marketing data predicts that in the upcoming year overall industry production will fall by at least 5% ...
April 18, 2010 by Shawn

college chemistry
The chemical reaction representing production of water gas is as follows: C(s)+H2O(l)=CO(g)+H2(g) calculate the enthalpy change in the production of 200L(at 500mmHg and 65degree celcius) of hydrogen by this reaction.
November 3, 2008 by bennett

These are all factors of production: natural resources, human resource and, capital resources, I have to give five examples of each that go into the production of an automobile. Is there any sites that could help me with this? I really dont get it
January 31, 2011 by Anonymous

economics
Answer the next three questions on the basis of the following production possibilities data for Francia and Galacia. All data are in tons. (3 marks) Francia production possibilities: A B C D E Soup 60 45 30 15 0 Nuts 0 15 30 45 60 Galacia production possibilities: A B C D E ...
November 13, 2012 by moha

statistics
the daily milk production for a certain type of dairy cow has a mean of 43 pounds per day with a standard diviation of 5 pounds per day. Suppose this daily mild production has a normal distribution. Calculate the probability that a randomly selected cow of this type has a ...
July 17, 2014 by bob

Math- Algebra
The function C(x)=4x+850 closely approximates the cost of daily production run of x picture frames. The number of picture frames produced is represented by the function x(t)=90t, where t is the time in hours since the beginning of the production run. now here's where I need ...
September 11, 2008 by Anna

biology
Which one of these occurs durning the light reactions of photosynthesis? a. carbon dioxide fixation b. g3P production c. NADPH production d. reduction in carbon dioxide
March 25, 2009 by Lesley

biology
Regulation of an enzyme's activity occurs a) before the enzyme is produced b) during the production of the enzyme. c) when the enzyme already exists in the cell. d) at any point on the enzymatic production pathway. Thank you
February 20, 2012 by chris

math
What was the percentage increase in motor vehicle production in motor vehicle production in countries outside the united states from 1950 to 1997?
February 10, 2007 by stacy

microeconomics
If a monopolist is producing a quqnity that generates MC=Mr,then profit: a) is maximized b) is maximized only if MC=p c) can be increased by increasing production d) can be increased by decreasing production
June 12, 2011 by Jacque

math
The number of units a factory produces is estimated to increase 15% every year geometrically. The production of first years was 5000 units. Estimate the production of the fifth year.
September 7, 2015 by K

Technology
please check these: 1. During which of the following time periods was copper discovered and agriculture advanced to the point where people did not have to depend on native vegetation and animal life to survive? a. Iron Age b. Stone Age c. Bronze Age d. Industrial Age C 2. ...
October 23, 2009 by y912f

chemistry
When copper is dissolved in nitric acid, a brown gas (NO2) is evolved, either by direct production of NO2 or by production of NO which is oxidized to NO2 by O2. Provide a Lewis drawing and resonance structures for the nitrate anion.
October 4, 2008 by Vishnu

bio...
The main result of aerobic respiration is the 1 conversion of radiant energy into chemical energy 2 production of lactic acid as an end product 3 storage of energy in a polysaccharide 4 production of ATP from the breakdown of glucose
September 25, 2009 by Anonymous

economic
The table below is a set of hypothetical production possibilities for a nation. Combination Automobiles(thousands) Beef (thousands of tons) A 0 10 B 2 9 C 4 7 D 6 4 E 8 0 a.)Plot the production possibility data. What is the opportunity cost of the first 20000 cars produced? ...
February 9, 2014 by thiti

economic
6. The table below is a set of hypothetical production possibilities for a nation. Combination Automobiles(thousands) Beef (thousands of tons) A 0 10 B 2 9 C 4 7 D 6 4 E 8 0 a) Plot the production possibility data. What is the opportunity cost of the first 20000 cars produced...
February 9, 2014 by thiti

economic
6. The table below is a set of hypothetical production possibilities for a nation. Combination Automobiles(thousands) Beef (thousands of tons) A 0 10 B 2 9 C 4 7 D 6 4 E 8 0 a) Plot the production possibility data. What is the opportunity cost of the first 20000 cars produced...
February 11, 2014 by trongboy16

Economics
no idea what to do guys, little help please 11. Answer the next three questions on the basis of the following production possibilities data for Francia and Galacia. All data are in tons. Francia production possibilities: A B C D E Soup 60 45 30 15 0 Nuts 0 15 30 45 60 Galacia ...
May 3, 2010 by Kyle

accounting (this right)
what information is on a felxible budget? *** is this correct*** The flexible budget report consists of two sections: (1) production data for a selected activity index, such as direct labor hours, and (2) cost data for variable and fixed costs. The report provides a basis for ...
April 16, 2009 by scooby9132002

Math - Limits/Derivatives
Suppose that for a company manufacturing calculators, the cost, revenue, and profit equations are given by C = 70,000 + 20x R = 300x - (x^2 / 20) P = R - C where production output in 1 week is x calculators. If production is increasing at a rate of 600 calculators per week ...
October 19, 2013 by Jess

history
Improved technology in the production of small cars often results in lower production costs. Which of the following will most likely result from these reduced production costs? 1)the price of domestic small cars will decrease. 2)the demand for domestic small cars will decrease...
June 4, 2010 by kayci

grammar
Find complete subject The production of clean timber takes several years A. the production of clean timber
September 25, 2013 by cici

accounting
Can somebody please explain what this is asking? I do not understand any of this. A firm utilizing LIFO inventory accounting would, in calculating gross profits, assume that : A. all sales were from beginning inventory. B. sales were from current production until current ...
June 21, 2009 by Angel

macroeconomics
Referring to the table in question 10, suppose improvement occurs in the technology of producing forklifts but not in the technology of producing automobiles. Draw the new production possibilities curve. Now assume that a technological advance occurs in producing automobiles ...
September 15, 2012 by lou

Managerial Economics
A company has developed the production function of Q=80L.5 K0.6 where L represents labor and K represents Capital. a. If L is increased by 2% with K unchanged, what is the resulting percentage change in output? b. Describe the nature of returns to scale for this production ...
August 1, 2014 by Patty

calc
When production is 3000, marginal revenue is 7 dollars per unit and marginal cost is 5 dollars per unit. Do you expect maximum profit to occur at a production level above or below 3000? (Enter above or below.) If production is increased by 30 units, what would you estimate the...
March 30, 2015 by Anonymous

math
Suppose the revenue from producing (and selling) x units of product is given by R(x)=7x-0.01x^2 dollars. A)find the marginal revenue at a production level of 25. B)find the production levels where the revenue is \$600.
April 27, 2011 by Anonymous

I really need help, this is my second post. Information to solve problems Q=12L+29L^2-1.1L^3 Q= # of cars produced/year L=# of laborers used per year for production Each car sells for \$125. \$7000 per laborer per year is cost for labor and other consumable materials. Questions...
April 21, 2011 by Janet

Which of the following is a testable hypothesis? A. Altered temperature may affect gas production, which measures fermentation rate. B. Does temperature affect fermentation? C. Temperature decreases will affect gas production and fermentation much of the time. D. If ...
December 2, 2014 by Anonymous

Math
The average number of new virus particles (virions) produced by a virally-infected cell during its lifetime is called the burst size. We will call the burst size N. Under reasonable assumptions, N can be approximated by N = p/u(p) where p is the rate of production of new ...
October 18, 2011 by clam

science
what would be the major result of long-term use of the same pesticide ona fruit orchard? a. reduced fruit production b. increased fruit production c. soil pollution d. salization of soil e. etiolation of leaves is it d?
August 31, 2009 by anna

The weekly cost of manufacturing x telephones per week is found by a manufacturer to be C(x) = 500 + 20x = x^2 dollars. the telephone can be sold at a price p = \$80 each. find the manufacturing break-even production level and for what production levels will the manufacturer ...
January 17, 2012 by charmaine

algebra
The weekly cost of manufacturing x telephones per week is found by a manufacturer to be C(x)= 500+20x+xsq dollars. The telephones can be sold at a price p=\$80 each. a)find the manufacturers's break-even production level(s) b)for what production levels will the manufacturer ...
January 17, 2013 by Anonymous

buisness
I need help please: Because Saudi Arabia and Australia have ____ in production of crude oil and petroleum products and wool respectively, Saudi Arabia can specialize in the production of crude oil and petroleum products, and Australia can specialize in the production of wool. ...
February 11, 2012 by sharon

chemistry
A patient with polycythemia vera(excess production of red cells) receives raioactive phosphorus-32. Why would this treatment reduce the production of red blood cells in the bone marrow of the patient?
October 7, 2012 by Boo Boo

economics
if production is Q=(a^c) min(K,L) where a>0, c>1, price of capital(r)=£10 and price of labour (w)= £10 what is the optimal combination of capital and labour? does the production have increasing/constant/decreasing returns to scale?
November 26, 2009 by latecia

Statistics
Many dairy cows now receive injections of BST, a hormone intended to spur greater milk production. A group of 53 Jersey cows increased average milk production from 43 to 52 pounds per day, with a standard deviation of 4.8 lbs. Is this evidence that the hormone maybe effective ...
November 24, 2013 by Katie

Art History
What may have been one cause for the relative lack of artistic production in Florence during the High Renaissance (after the death of Lorenzo), and the relative increased artistic production in Rome during this period?
February 24, 2013 by Carl

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