1. Economics
    Which one of the following is an example of direct foreign investment? A. General Motors building an auto production facility in China B. The purchase of debt issued by the Panamanian government C. A U.S. bank granting a loan to a Guatemalan firm D. A U.S. government foreign ...
  2. Economics
    Which one of the following is an example of direct foreign investment? A. General Motors building an auto production facility in China B. The purchase of debt issued by the Panamanian government C. A U.S. bank granting a loan to a Guatemalan firm D. A U.S. government foreign ...
  3. Language Arts - Dragonwings
    Anyone have the answers to the final Dragonwings test please? Here are the questions. Which of the following passages from the text best supports the story’s theme of loyalty? (1 point) "You only had to punch out the biggest and toughest of the bunch and the others would ...
  4. Economics
    Which one of the following statements about capital flight is correct? A. Capital flight refers to the tendency of developing countries to overinvest in commercial aircraft. B. Capital flight refers to developing countries' citizens accumulating or investing their savings in ...
  5. math
    Julie baked cupcakes for her family at home and for a party at school. She iced 4 cupcakes with red frosting, 2 cupcakes with orange frosting, 2 with yellow, 2 with green, 3 with blue and the last 3 with violet frosting. Each cupcake is iced with exactly one color of frosting...
  6. home economics
    List 10 subjects related to Home Economics
  7. English
    1. He will may go back home. 2. He will be allowed to go back home. 3. He may be going to go back home. [#1 is wrong? What about #2? Can we use #2? What about #3?]
  8. ELA
    100% - The Story of a Patriot Upton Sinclair 1 A young man is walking down the street, quite casually, with an empty mind and no set purpose; he comes to a crossing, and for no reason that he could tell he takes the right hand turn instead of the left; and so it happens that ...
  9. Mico- Econ
    You have an hour between your economics and math classes. What is the opportunity cost of that time if you use it to complete your math homework instead of your economics homework? the economics homework you could have completed the math homework you chose to complete the ...
  10. Economics
    When most consumers and firms reduce spending only because they expect other consumers and firms to reduce spending, and a recession results, A. a self-correction has occurred. B. an adverse aggregate supply shock has occurred. C. a coordination failure has occurred. D. a real...
  11. Economics
    How do tariffs work to protect infant industries?
  12. business
    Can you please help me with this scenario? I'm struggling with this. Thank you! Sample Statement Mariana Rivera is married, 35 years old, with two children, 5 and 13. She lives in Brisas, in a brick house, and has one dog and two cars. She and her husband work full time, have ...
  13. Economics
    Which one of the following statements about the World Bank is correct? A. The World Bank provides gold for developing countries that want to go on the gold standard. B. The World Bank provides short-term loans to developing countries that are incurring balance of payments ...
  14. history
    How have petro-economics shaped the Middle East? A. Economic competition among Middle Eastern states to be the top oil producer often becomes bitter. B. Arab nations have consolidated their power by negotiating the purchase of oil rights in neighboring regions. C. Abundant oil...
  15. business
    Sample Statement Mariana Rivera is married, 35 years old, with two children, 5 and 13. She lives in Brisas, in a brick house, and has one dog and two cars. She and her husband work full time, have credit cards, part-time maid, mortgage, and a loan. She cooks on the weekends, ...
  16. Algebra
    Kristen lives directly east of the park. The football field is directly south of the park. The library sits on the line formed between Kristen’s home and the football field at the exact point where an altitude to the right triangle formed by her home, the park, and the ...
  17. English
    1. She will go back home soon. ['Will' is not stressed. No volition of the subject] 2. She will go back home soon. ['will' is stressed] 2-2. She intends to go back home soon. ===================== When 'will' is stressed, does #2 mean #2-2? 3. She won't go back home soon. [...
  18. Chemistry
    My textbook gave me a different answer and I don't know what I did wrong. Q. Your tires are adjusted to 227.5kPa at 10 degrees Celsius in the mechanic's garage. You then take your car home and park it outside. The overnight temperature drops to -5 degree celsius. Determine the...
  19. math
    Julie baked cupcakes for her family at home and for a party at school. She iced 4 cupcakes with red frosting, 2 cupcakes with orange frosting, 2 with yellow, 2 with green, 3 with blue and the last 3 with violet frosting. Each cupcake is iced with exactly one color of frosting...
  20. Please Check
    Hello! I was wondering if anyone could check my answers please. From :WorldWarII posters from the national museum of American history. According to the text the World War II poster was ideal agent for what? A. For promoting sales of bonds and stamps in order to increase ...
  21. Economics
    In recent years, the governments of the industrially advanced countries have A. discouraged skilled developing countries' workers from emigrating to the industrially advanced countries. B. substantially reduced foreign aid to the developing countries. C. substantially reduced...
  22. Economics
    Which one of the following statements about efficiency wages is correct? A. An efficiency wage is a "wage" that contains a profit-sharing component as well as traditional hourly pay. B. An efficiency wage is an above-market wage that minimizes a firm's labor cost per unit of ...
  23. English
    Can you check if these sentences are simple, fragment, compound, or complex?: "Since the movie would last two hours, after dropping off the kids, mother decided to go shopping." Complex? "Kelly read The Plague as her summer novel." Simple? "Lawmakers frustrated with all the ...
  24. math-- check my answers!
    You are in "Car Parts USA" buying some headlight bulbs.  The original price is $19.99, but you have a coupon for $6.00 off.  What is your subtotal for the bulbs? $13.99 *** $24.99 $17.85 You are at a convenience store picking up some iced tea.  You see that tea is on sale ...
  25. Economics
    Which one of the following statements is correct under the theory of supply-side economics? A. High marginal tax rates severely discourage work, saving, and investment. B. Transfer payments increase incentives to work. C. Increases in social security taxes and other business ...
  26. Economics
    The international agency that lends money to developing countries for economic development projects is the A. World Credit Union. B. World Bank. C. International Monetary Fund (IMF). D. World Trade Organization (WTO). my answer is B
  27. Economics
    6. The following are hypothetical exchange rates: 2 euros = 1 pound; $1 = 2 pounds. We can conclude that A. 1 euro = $2. B. $1 = 4 euros.******my answer C. $1 = .5 euros. D. 1 euro = $.50.
  28. ELA
    A Surprising Point of View: A Television Play in Two Acts Characters: (in order of appearance) 1. JASON: a boy of about 14. He is a student in Ms. Smith’s English class. He regularly misbehaves in order to get attention, and he doesn’t apply himself to his schoolwork. 2. ...
  29. Social Studies
    explain how rationing affected the people on the home front during World War II. How did this behavior help the war effort?
  30. English
    Can someone please confirm the following? 1. The yellow house down the street from me is for sale. (Down is underlined) a. preposition b. conjunction c. adjective d. adverb I think #1 is A, or C. 2. A pregnant person knows how difficult it is to get in and out of her car in ...
  31. calclus
    Chemistry teachers love to have different shaped beakers in their classroom (I guess it makes the classroom look for impressive). Different shaped beakers result in different rates the water level rises. Task: Determine the rate in which the water level rises in a non-...
  32. 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 chose that source.
  33. Math
    The price of a home is $320,000. The bank requires an 8% down payment and three points at the time of closing. The cost of the home is financed with a 30-year fixed rate at 6%. Find the amount that must be paid for the three points at closing & Find the monthly payment.
  34. math;)
    The public transportation department measures the distance from a location using displacement vectors. To ride the bus to work for a discounted amount, you have to travel displacement vectors. To ride the bus to work for a discounted amount, you have to travel further than 1.5...
  35. Spanish 2
    Explain the difference in meaning between these two sentences: 1. Alberto oyo la musica de la fiesta y salio de casa. 2. Alberto oia la musica de la fiesta cuando salio de casa. There are accents but I can't put them on here. I'm pretty sure the sentences mean 1. Alberto heard...
  36. economics
    what are the benefits of natural monopolies? would it be research and development?
  37. economics
    im stuck how does the government promote economic goals? i know the goals are efficiency, freedom, security, equity and growth
  38. Finance Math
    Rhonda Brennan found her first job after graduating from college through the classifieds of the Miami Herald. She was delighted when the offer came through at $22.00 per hour. She completed her W-4 stating that she is married with a child and claims an allowance of 3. Her ...
  39. Social Studies
    19. Select a new deal program that helped improve the lives of South Carolinians. explain what the program improved and how it helped the people of South Carolina. 20. Explain how rationing affected the people on the home front during World War II. How did this behavior help ...
  40. finance
    4. Alternatively you decide the most you can afford in a monthly payment for a home is $750. You plan on taking out a 30 year loan for 4%. How much can you borrow? What is the total amount of home you can afford? (assume the $20000 down payment listed above)
  41. Math
    A person leaves her home and walks 6 miles due east and then 4 miles southeast?How far away from home is she?What is her net displacement(determine the magnitude and direction of the displacement vector)?
  42. Finance Math
    Jason Bradley’s uncle, Maurice, is buying a $248,500 home in Mississippi. His mortgage lender requires a 20% down payment and will finance the remainder for 30 years at 5%. Closing costs will be 1% origination fee, 1 ¼ point, mortgage insurance premium of $2,400. Other loan...
  43. Economics
    Consider the following data. The money supply is $3 trillion, the price level equals 4, the real GDP is $4 trillion in the base-year dollars
  44. English
    Add brackets or dashes and other punctuation so these sentences are correct. i did 1 by my own. can you check it for me please? 1. I have lots of animals - sheep, goats, horses and fish - that i have to feed everyday. 2. we will need to think carefully about what we take with ...
  45. Algebra
    Leith bought a homeowner's insurance policy when he purchased his new home. He pays an annual premium of $775 for property coverage of $250,000 and liability coverage of $350,000. His deductible is $1,300. Leith pays this premium for 11 years, at which point Leith’s dog ...
  46. physics3
    home / study / science / physics / physics questions and answers / Ed And Annie Are Ice Skating. Ed (55 Kg) And Annie (40kg) Both Wearing Skates Face Each Other ... Your question has been answered Let us know if you got a helpful answer. Rate this answer Question: Ed and Annie...
  47. Social Studies
    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 ...
  48. Math
    WHat is the awnser to this question in IXL? Read the following description of a relationship: Cassie started downloading a movie on her phone, but lost connection after 61 MB had downloaded. She finished downloading at home at a speed of 99 MB per second. Let s represent the ...
  49. Finance Math
    Rafael Sandino’s parents are in their retirement years. They just received $501,000 after taxes from the sale of their vacation home and decided to invest the money in a bond mutual fund. They chose a no-load mutual fund that yields 6%. a) How much will they receive each ...
  50. Geometry
    You are re-tiling the entry to your home and want to create a fancy circular medallion in the center. You want to create a large circle with a smaller circle centered inside. You want to tile the large circle with blue tile and the smaller circle with yellow tile. The ...
  51. he
    what are the philosophy of home economics?
  52. Social Studies
    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 I think it's B If anyone had all the answers to the test ...
  53. Math
    terry takes a bus journey of 9km travelling at an average speed of 36km/h a) calculate the time taken in minutes for the bus journey. He then walks the remaining 2km to his home in 20 minutes. b) calculate his average walking speed in km/h. c) calculate terry's average speed ...
  54. home economics
    What are the six methods of controlling fullness?
  55. algebra
    Rita is spending more time at home to study and practice math. Her efforts are finally paying off. On her first assessment she scored 58 points, then she scores 63 and 68 on her next two assessments. If her scores continued to increase at the same rate, on which assessments ...
  56. Microeconomics
    A major overhaul of the Federal Tax structure was enacted at the end of 2017, effective beginning with the 2018 tax year. This assignment consists of a calculation to gauge effects on your own situation or upon a mythical one, as well as some analysis of the pros and cons: ...
  57. Social Studies
    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
  58. Finance Math
    Quicken Loans reports a 30-year fixed rate mortgage at 4.9%, a 20-year mortgage at 4.75% and a and a 15-year mortgage at 4.50%. If you want to finance a $218,000 home, how much interest will you save if you refinance your loan for 15 years compared to 30 years?
  59. Finance Math
    Mortgage lenders base the mortgage interest rate they offer you on your credit rating. This makes it financially critical to maintain a credit score of 700 or higher. How much more interest would you pay on a $194,000 home if you put 30% down and financed the remaining amount ...
  60. English
    posted by rfvv today at 6:30am 1. On the way home, Mom smiles and says, "Good job, Hojin. The concert is over. Move and laugh now. It's okay." 2. On our way home, Mom smiles and says, "Good job, Hojin. The concert is over. Move and laugh now. It's okay." 3. On her way home, ...
  61. Finance Math
    Daniel and Jan agreed to pay $560,000 for a four-bedroom colonial home in Waltham, Mass., with $60,000 down payment. They have a 30-year mortgage at a fixed rate of 6.00%. (a) How much is their monthly payment? (b) After the first payment, what would be the balance of the ...
  62. English
    1. On the way home, Mom smiles and says, "Good job, Hojin. The concert is over. Move and laugh now. It's okay." 2. On our way home, Mom smiles and says, "Good job, Hojin. The concert is over. Move and laugh now. It's okay." 3. On her way home, Mom smiles and says, "Good job, ...
  63. History
    Which set of issues led to the Civil War? Economics, religion, boundaries Politics, education, voting rights ** Slavery, politics, economics Voting rights, slavery, politics
  64. Economics
    What might induce a rightward shift of aggregate supply? a) Improvements in productivity, resulting from increased investment in plant and equipment b) Increases in the size of labor force which reduce wages, improved business confidence and changes in tax policies and ...
  65. Social studies
    Can someone please help me? Here's my quick check questions :) 1. Native Americans who live in on lake Titicaca use totora reeds for all except A. Making boats and houses B. Wagons C. Clothing D. Food and medicine 2. The Argentinian plains are home to Argentinian cowboys,also ...
  66. Math
    The raw data below represents the number of children living at home in a neighborhood of 24 homes. Which measure best describes the data: mean, median, or mode? Calculate all and explain. 2,1,3,0,4,4,1,2,0,6,2,2,5,0,2,3,3,1,1,4,​2,0,1,4
  67. Math
    Suppose you buy a home and finance $255,000 at $2,293.17 per month for 30 years. What is the amount of interest paid? (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)
  68. English
    Read these lines from Alfred, Lord Tennyson's "The Lady of Shalott" "Willows whiten, aspens quiver, Little breezes dusk and shiver, Through the wave that runs forever, By the island in the river, Flowing down to Camelot" Toward whose home is the river flowing? a-Beowulf b-...
  69. economics
    what are welfare payments or consumer subsidies?
  70. math
    What is an example of a composite figure in your home or community? How would you decompose it to find the area? Can you think of another reason that it would be helpful to decompose these figures in addition to making it easier to find the area of the figure?
  71. Math
    The raw data below represents the number of children living at home in a neighborhood of 24 homes. Which measure best describes the data: mean, median, or mode? Calculate all and explain. 2,1,3,0,4,4,1,2,0,6,2,2,5,0,2,3,3,1,1,4,​2,0,1,4
  72. AP Economics
    Why might inflation accelerate as the unemployment rate declines?
  73. history
    Which laws called for strict separation of the races in the South? (1 point) anti-discrimination laws Plessy v. Ferguson laws Jim Crow laws ***** boycott laws 2. Civil rights activists targeted segregation in interstate transportation (1 point) because they knew that the ...
  74. history
    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 freedon D)expensive land in home country
  75. Economics
    1. According to Moore’s law, the number of transistors T on a semiconductor chip doubles every two years. Assuming a continuous growth in transistors over time, what is the annual growth rate ( in %) of transistors, implied by Moore’s law?
  76. Geometry
    An interior designer wants to place this bed in a home, and she is especially concerned about the headboard, which is 6 feet wide and 5 feet tall. She’ll place the headboard on a wall that is 7 feet wide and 9 feet tall. what is the area of the space that will remain after ...
  77. Social Studies (Help!)
    Which of the following describes how farmers and ranchers changed the Great Plains? The land became difficult to farm. Farmers and ranchers began fencing the land. The area turned into a desert. The area became an important buffalo preserve. I don't know about this question...
  78. Algebra
    A lawyer drives from her​ home, located 8 miles east and 17 miles north of the town​ courthouse, to her​ office, located 2 miles west and 7 miles south of the courthouse. Find the distance between the​ lawyer's home and her office.
  79. ELA
    Asthma Centers for Disease Control, Asthma, FAQs What Asthma Is 1 Asthma is a disease that affects your lungs. It is the most common long-term disease of children. It causes repeated episodes of wheezing, breathlessness, chest tightness, and nighttime or early morning coughing...
  80. Economics
    Banks create money whenever they: A: accept a deposit. B: receive monthly payments on their loans. C: receive interest on existing loans. D: lend excess reserves to a borrower.
  81. SS
    How does British Columbia’s geography contribute to its economic and cultural ties with the Pacific Rim? The economics of British Columbia and Pacific Rim countries are similar. British Columbia’s nearness to the other Pacific Rim countries has led to cultural exchange and...
  82. Economics
    The public debt is the amount of money that A. Americans owe to foreigners. B. state and local governments owe to the federal government. C. the federal government owes to holders of U.S. securities. D. the federal government owes to taxpayers. I chose C am I correct?
  83. English
    On the way home, Mom smiles and says, "Good job, Hojin. The concert is over. Move and laugh now. It's okay." ----------------------------- In this context, in the last sentence, 'What does 'It' refer to?
  84. History
    1.Which of the following decisions best shows the US governments willingness to participate in the global economy? A.relocating domestic jobs to foreign countries B.joining the World Trade Organization C.decreasing spending in international markets D.lowering taxes and ...
  85. Tx History
    1. How did ranchers show ownership of the cattle? * 1 point They would put them in a pen near their home. They would brand them. They would tie them up and keep them nearby*** They would fence them in on their property. 2. The growth of the railroads united Texas because they ...
  86. Social Studies ASAP PLZ
    1. Which of the following is the largest ethnic group in China? A. Han ** B. Tibetan C. Uighurs D. Hui 2. How is Xiao most like other Chinese people? A. He has only one brother B. He has chosen to live at home ** C. He works at a factory D. He is an environmental activist 3. ...
  87. Social studies
    i hope i'm not a bother but this is the last question. Each brand of cereal at the supermarket has a different price , but they all cost within $1.00 of one another. The pricing and the availability of this cereal best demonstrates. A Free trade policies B Market supply and ...
  88. History PLZ ANSWER ASAP
    Think about how the actions of government affect the lives of its citizens. Government sets economic policies, for example, that shape whether the economy thrives or struggles. This in turn might mean that an individual person gets a good job or has a hard time finding work. ...
  89. Help please
    1.) Which sentence contains an indirect object Answer sign: *** A.) The radio warned us of the storm B.) The police gave everyone 3 hours to evacuate C.) Carl remained home on the island D.) He escaped the storm in a boat***
  90. History Post WWII Help???
    1) How was the manufacturing industry in Texas affected by geographic location? a. The Gulf Coast made shipping goods easier. ** b. The mountains created a barrier to sending goods to market. c. The deserts made it easier to send goods overland. d. The railroads sped shipping ...
  91. Economics
    Demand = 20000-7price Supply = 10000+8price Find out the number of unit on equilibrium demand and supply
  92. Alegbra 1
    After the football game, the traffic out of the school parking lot is horrible! In fact, since the school is set off from town, the slow moving line of cars snakes back into town, bumper to bumper. The distance your car is from home is a linear function. When you have been ...
  93. Managerial Economics
    SQ sells ties and currently has sales of 1,200 units a month, producing a revenue of £36,000. It competes with TR, who is now considering a price cut of 25%. The PED for SQ is –1.5 and the CED between the two products is 0.8. a) Calculate the effect of TR’s price cut on ...
  94. science
    hello i need help Problem How could renewable energy sources be used in a house? Devise a Plan 1. Consider what you learned about renewable energy sources. Use what you learned to design a house that operates entirely on renewable energy sources. Focus on three major needs: (1...
  95. geography
    Sammy goes out to play. His mother tells him to be home by 5:00. Sammy is almost an hour late, but he has an excuse. He says that he got lost. He tells his mother that when he checked his compass, it was pointing to the west, so he followed a path in that direction, but still ...
  96. Algebra
    After the football game, the traffic out of the school parking lot is horrible! In fact, since the school is set off from town, the slow moving line of cars snakes back into town, bumper to bumper. The distance your car is from home is a linear function. When you have been ...
  97. Business Law
    "Damages caused to homes as a result of fire is an issue under property law. If some of the pople living in this houses in those areas are living in renting houses, if the property is damaged due to fire, and the people living in those houses were aware that if they didn’t ...
  98. Business Law
    how does property law protect home oweners when their homes are burnt as a result of bushfires.
  99. history
    Why did the number of Texas farm workers decrease in the mid-1900s? A) Mechanization B) Irrigation C) Migrant labor D) the cotton gin 2.) Which industry helped the growth of manufacturing in north Texas in mid-1900s? A) Transportation B) Communication C) Steel D) production 3...
  100. Physics
    2018-West High School-Trimester 3 Home Announcements Assignments Discussions Grades1 People Pages Files Syllabus Quizzes Modules Class Notebook Google Drive Office 365 Discovery Education Collaborations Flipgrid Physics Projectile Motion Quiz Started: Mar 9 at 8:55am Quiz ...
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