1. Economics
    Consider the problem of a monopolist that sells its product on two different markets m, with m=1,2. Each market has an aggregate demand function given by 1200−α_m*p_m, where p_m denotes the price in market m, and α_m=m measures the responsivity of demand to ...
  2. economics,business studies,tourism,life orientatio
    Explain in a short paragraph what can trigger spectator aggression in sport
  3. pure maths, accounting,business studies, economics
    Im in grade 10 and i want to write my homework.how to solve for x?
  4. English
    I thought it was C for this Victor Frankenstein recounts the influences that lead to his great experiment: I feel exquisite pleasure in dwelling on the recollections of childhood, before misfortune had tainted my mind and changed its bright visions of extensive usefulness ...
  5. English
    I¡¯m worried about my grandmother. 1. Why don¡¯t you visit her often and talk with her? 2. Why don¡¯t you take her to hospital? 3. Why don¡¯t you take care of her? 4. Why don¡¯t you ask your parents to bring her to your apartment? 5. Why don¡¯t you take her to a ...
  6. Statistics
    Suppose a baseball pitcher throws fastballs 80 % of the time and curveballs 20 % of the time. Suppose a batter hits a home run on 8 % of all fastball pitches, and on 5 % of all curveball pitches. What is the probability that this batter will hit a home run on this pitcher's ...
  7. Math
    Home Depot sells compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) that have a mean life of 10,000 hours with a standard deviation of 1,000 hours. In an order of 8,000 lamps, how many can be expected to last 11,000 hours or longer?
  8. trigonometry
    A ship leaves its home port and sails on a bearing N38°15'E at 24 mph.At the same instant,another ship leaves the same port on a bearing S51°45'E at 28 mph.Find the distance between the two ships after 8 hours.
  9. English
    I¡¯m worried about my height. 1. Why don¡¯t you buy a jump rope and jump rope from time to time? 2. Why don¡¯t you play basketball with others in the gym? 3. Why don¡¯t you do gymnastics on a regular basis? 4. Why don¡¯t you do yoga at home? 5. Why don¡¯t you do ...
  10. Math
    The Washingtons buy a $260,000 home by putting 20% down and financing the balance with a 30-year fixed-rate 4.2% mortgage, compounded monthly. What is the amount of their monthly loan payment to amortize the loan?
  11. maths lit,life science, geography and economics
    Which career should I follow with those subjects I don't know what to do
  12. history.................im back
    9.all were war efforts on the home front during world war 1 EXCEPT a)giving to the red cross. b)rationing food C)flying combat missions**** d) buying liberty bonds,victory bonds, and war savings stamps 10.the struggle for equality for women was only partially successful ...
  13. Finance
    If a home buyer purchases a home in 2006 for $225,000 with a 10% down payment using a 30 year fixed mortgage rate at 6.5% and 3.5% closing costs added to the original mortgage, compute the following: a) the original amount of the mortgage loan b) the home's market value in 7 ...
  14. Economics
    Given the following diagrams: Q1 = 16 bags. Q2 = 11 bags. Q3 = 23 bags. The market equilibrium price is $53 per bag. The price at point a is $85 per bag. The price at point c is $5 per bag. The price at point d is $63 per bag. The price at point e is $38 per bag. The price at ...
  15. Language Arts
    Directions: replace the bold faced word with a contraction. 1. We will(bold faced) see you t the English class next week! Answer: We'll 2. There is (bold faced) no milk in the refrigerator. Answer: There's 3. There will (bold faced) be time to chat later. Answer: 4. It is (...
  16. English
    I have a few questions that I'm stuck on. 1. Identify how the pronoun is used in the sentence. Just today Terry bought a picture for her. direct object indirect object object of a preposition*** (I think this is the answer because of the preposition for her, Terry is the one ...
  17. Economics
    What are the costs and consequences of providing the subsidies and welfare in South Africa?
  18. International Economics
    Please use one graph per country and show both the autarky and the free trade equilibrium on each graph. Consider the following data on the factor endowments of two countries A and B: Countries Factor Endowments A B Labor force: L 100 workers 50 workers Capital Stock: K 60 ...
  19. Spanish (Check my answers)
    10. What are tambos? (1 point) indigenous homes with no walls small edible fish rural community centers type of tropical vegetables 11. Who are the traditional builders of quincha homes? (1 point) women tribal chiefs the community head of household 12. Which are you likely to ...
  20. calculus
    A baseball player is running from the at 20 ft/sec. At what rate is his distance from the home plate changing when he is 30 ft from the third base. The baseball diamond is a square 90 ft on a side.
  21. physics
    Biophysics strikes back The Biophysics students are having their usual Saturday night biophysics party performing physics experiments at a classmate’s home. This Saturday it is in an apartment building and you notice a managemnt student (MS) passed out in the stairwell. The ...
  22. English
    ReWrite using APA format 1. Snow,C.E,Burns,M.S& Griffin, P.(Eds).(1998).preventing reading difficulties in young children. Washington,DC:National Academy Press. Suggests that the most effective way to build learners literacy skills is to begin by teaching them to read and ...
  23. Economics
    What is South African government providing and to whom?
  24. math
    Find the amount of money that Keaton and Jana Smith must set aside today so that they will have $5,000 available to buy a home security system to one year if the annual interest reate is 5% compounded annually.
  25. Nsis economics
    All the Factors of abnormal supply curve
  26. math
    Ling lives 2 miles from school. It took him 15 minutes to bike from school to home. The first half of the distance he biked at a speed of 12 mph. What was his speed for the remaining distance? What was his average speed? His speed for remaining distance was___mph and his ...
  27. English
    How does Margaret Atwood draw on source material in The Penelopiad? A: She tells The Odyssey from the view of Penelope's maids B: She tells The Odyssey from the view of a more modern woman C: She reveals Odysseus' true feelings about the events in the Odyssey D: She reveals ...
  28. Economics
    What are the costs and consequences of providing the subsidies and welfare?
  29. Economics
    Are there any welfare or subsidy payments that should be reviewed or added?
  30. social studies
    1. Which most precisely describes the location of Southwest Asia? (1 point) west of India south of the Arctic Circle north of the equator east of the Mediterranean Sea*** 2. In which way are the legal differences among men and women in Saudi Arabia most apparent? (1 point) in ...
    Top Kitchens handles 17% of all the kitchen production in the area for new construction. It is estimated that the cost of kitchens is 14% of the total cost of constructing a new house. New home construction in the area for the next year is estimated to total $32 million. What ...
  32. ELA (check answers)
    We were about a quarter mile away when quiet swept over the colony. A thousand or more heads periscoped. Two thousand eyes glared. Save for our wading, the world's business had stopped. A thousand avian personalities were concentrated on us, and the psychological force of this...
  33. social studies
    children received their schooling at home in many pre-industrial families, with the industrial revolution, more children attended formal schools. which of the following statements best explains why this change in schooling developed? (1)after the industrial revolution parents ...
  34. maths literacy, business studies, economics, tourism
    Which career I can qualify in if I have done this subject in metric
  35. Social Studies 8
    1.Describe the effects of the Great Depression on Georgians. a.Georgians were forced to barter rather than use cash.**** b.Women returned to the workforce. c.Georgians who worked in industry lost jobs and homes.*** d.It was easier for minorities to find work than it was for ...
  36. English
    Which sentence contains an indirect object? a. The radio warned us of the storm. b. The police gave everyone three hours to evacuate. c. Carl remained at home on the island. d. He escaped the storm in a boat.
  37. Economics
    Income not used for consumption is: A. savings**** B. spending C. donations D. none of the above
  38. Economics
    What is an important characteristic of the M1 money supply? A. liquidity**** B. durability C. flexibility D. solidity
  39. Economics
    A public good is an example of a: A. market failure B. monopoly C. charity D. none of the above****
  40. Economics
    Why is the equilibrium wage higher for doctors than for convenience store clerks? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ A. The demand for convenience store clerks is equal to the demand for doctors. B. Supply of doctors is relatively low, and the demand is relatively high...
  41. English
    1. He is a social science teacher. 2. He is a SS teacher. 3. She is a home economics teacher. 4. She is a HE teacher. 5. She is a technical arts and homemaking teacher. 6. She is a TAH teacher. 7. She is a healthe education teacher. 8. She is a HE teacher. 9. He is a technical...
  42. Economics - URGENT
    Suppose we now care about the long run decisions of a firm that has a production function of the form q = 4L^1/2 + K Suppose w = 1 and r = 0.5 Assume that, at the beginning when w0 = 1 and r = 0.5, the firm chose to produce q0 = 20 units of output. Then, the wage increased to ...
  43. Science
    Mohan travels at 20m/s from home and returns back at 25m/s.Find his average velocity for the entire journey?
  44. Consumer math
    Could someone please check my answers? Secured Credit APR Excellent 4.75% Good 5.00% Average 5.85% Fair 6.40% Poor 7.50% -------------------------- Unsecured Credit APR Excellent 5.50% Good 5.90% Average 6.75% Fair 7.25% Poor 8.40% --------------------------- 12. You are ...
  45. Math
    You need $200,000 to buy a new home. The bank offers a choice of a 30-year loan at an APR of 8% or a 15-year loan at 7.5%. Assume the closing costs are the same for both loans. a) Compare the monthly payments for these two loan options. b) Compare the total loan costs for ...
  46. English (Check)
    Read the following excerpt from Equiano's autobiography. Then answer the questions below. Some of the people of the ship used to tell me they were going to carry me back to my own country and this made me very happy. I was quite rejoiced at the sound of going back, and thought...
  47. English (Check)
    In the following sentences based on the selection by Equiano, the verbs are all in the passive voice. Decide if each would be more effective in the active voice. If so, rewrite the sentence, adding or dropping words as necessary. If not, explain your reasons for leaving the ...
  48. Economics
    Why can the AD curve shift to the left or the right?
  49. english
    HE ran away and was gone for a year. When he came home he told me the silly story Of being kidnapped by pirates on Lake Michigan And kept in chains so he could not write me. I pretended to believe it, though I knew very well What he was doing, and that he met The milliner, Mrs...
  50. Social Studies
    2. What happened to the price of goods in south carolina during the civil war? A- deflation caused prices to rise. B-Deflation caused prices to fall C-Inflation caused prices to rise*** D-Inflation caused prices to fall 3. Which of the following BEST describes the role women ...
  51. Social Studies
    1. From where did Islam spread? A. from India to Arabia B. from the Persian Empire to the Arab Empire** C. from Macedonia with Alexander the Great D. from Macca and Medina through Arabia 2. Which of the following circumstances poses the greatest benefit and challenge to ...
  52. Math
    You live 2 3/4 miles from school. In the morning, you walk 1/3 mile directly toward school to the bus stop. Later, when you get off the bus, you walk home the same distance. How many miles do you ride to and from school each day?
  53. Social Studies
    Which of the following most contributed to the rise of Sumer? A. Farming** B. Military Power C. Isolated location D. Trade You are a young woman in Saudi Arabia. Which of these should you not plan to do? A. Apply for a job outside the home** B. Take a test for a drivers ...
  54. Math
    Two teams, the Exponents and the Radicals, square off in a best of 5 math hockey tournament. Once a team wins 3 games, the tournament is over. The schedule of the tournament (for home games) goes: E-R-E-R-E If the Exponents are playing at home, there is a 60% chance they'll ...
  55. Economics
    What is an example of a positive external shock to aggregate supply? ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::​::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: A. Good weather leads to an unusually productive harvest for corn farmers. **** B. A popular new diet encourages consumers to...
  56. Math PLEASE!
    Hi there, I need help solving a proof. I put all my answers in for the blank spaces, but number 4 I can't get. If someone could help that would be great. Thank you! I've been trying to figure this out for the past two days and I'm honestly freaking out. My parents aren't home ...
  57. Economics
    Why does unemployment rise when the economy slows? A. Decreased demand for goods causes demand for labor to go down.**** B. Decreased demand for goods causes the cost of labor to go up. C. Increased demand for goods causes demand for labor to go down. D. The slower economy ...
  58. economics
    Which goods would be included in the calculation of GDP? A. toys made in China at a factory owned by a U.S. company B. cars made in Tennessee at a factory owned by a Japanese car company C. plastic made in Kentucky and sold to a toy maker in Ohio D. cotton cloth made in India ...
  59. Economics
    How does the expenditure approach calculate GDP? ____________________________________ A. It adds up all the incomes in the economy. B. It adds up the value of four groups of final goods and services. C. It adds up the value of business goods and services. D. It adds up the ...
  60. Math
    Create a piecewise function of the following scenario where D(t) is the total distance walked in miles as a function of time T (in minutes) You begin a walk from your home at a fast pace of 6 miles per hour for 30 minutes. You rest for 15 minutes, and then you continue walking...
  61. MATH 4 GRADE
    Royce walks 3/4 mile to school and 3/4 mile home each day in how many days will he have walked 3 miles?
  62. Economics
    How does the expenditure approach calculate GDP? ____________________________________ A. It adds up all the incomes in the economy.***** B. It adds up the value of four groups of final goods and services. C. It adds up the value of business goods and services. D. It adds up ...
  63. Social Studies paper
    im doing a paper and i'm at the end argument and i don't know what i can add on, ideas??? Paper is the most important invention that came out of ancient China. Paper has change are life. But not just for one person many people, like artist for instant, they need paper to make ...
  64. maths lit,accounting,economics,business studies
    I did maths literacy with all the commercial subjects including accounting what course can i take?
  65. Social Studies (Check, Please!)
    1. Explain how the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution affected the powers of Congress and the presidency. A: The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution authorized the president to "take all necessary measures to repel any armed attack against forces of the United States and to prevent further ...
  66. home economics
    what are the characteristics of dirt?
  67. Economics
    4. Deregulation and the Cost of Trucking. Suppose the government initially limits the number of trucking firms that can haul freight. The market for truck freight is served by a single firm that produces five million ton-miles of service per year, where one ton-mile is the ...
  68. economics,english,mathslit,accounting,business,eco
    I don't know what to become when I grow up
  69. Economics
    Budget deficit is the amount of money the government borrows for one budget (1 year) and national debt is the sum of all government borrowing. A. True**** B. False
  70. Social Studies (2 questions)
    Question #1: Which of the following best describes the combination of tradition and modernity in the region? a. a female doctor wearing an hajib b. a male banker driving a female relative c. two women praying together in their home d. a group of men praying together at a ...
  71. managerial economics
    given π=1000x - 2x - xy + 180y - 4y. subject to profit constraints x + y =30. using solution method, what is the optimal profit under contraint
  72. math lit , geography , life sciences , economics
    What careers can I do with these particular subjects ?? Is it ok ? Or should I pick another subject ?
  73. Oh Captain! My Captain! Questions 1-5
    Question 1. In the first line from "O Captain! My Captain!" what does "our fearful trip"refer to? (1 point) the Civil War **** the battle at Antietam Creek the presidency Lincoln's life Question 2.Which statement best expresses the underlying meaning of this line from "O ...
  74. English
    Which term correctly identifies the underlined words in the sentence? Having shopped for hours and purchased several items, the family was ready to go home. A. infinitive phrase B. infinitive C. participial phrase D. participle
  75. Language
    Which sentence contains an indirect object? • The radio warned us of the storm*** ? • The police gave everyone three hours to evacuate • Carl remained at home on the island • He escaped the storm in a boat In which situation would someone be in peril? • on a raft in ...
  76. Language Arts
    What is the main message of the words that the Statue of Liberty speaks in "The New Colossus" by Emma Lazarus? Key: *** is my answer A. I am a tired, old woman, but I am still strong. B. Welcome to needy immigrants in search of a new home.*** C. America is a beacon of ...
  77. Economics
    What is the effect of import restrictions on supply? A. They cause the available supply of goods to drop.**** B. They cause the available supply of goods to rise. C. They often cause supply to rise steeply and then drop. D. They usually do not have any lasting effect on supply.
  78. Algebra
    HELP! I can't figure the formula out for this problem. a pitcher threw a baseball clocked at 90/mph. The pitcher’s mound is 60.5 feet from home plate. How long did it take, in seconds, for the ball to travel from the pitcher’s mound to home plate?
  79. physics
    a pitcher threw a baseball clocked at 105 miles per hour. The pitcher’s mound is 60 feet 6 inches from home plate. How long did it take, in seconds, for the ball to travel from the pitcher’s mound to home plate?
  80. Algebra
    a pitcher threw a baseball clocked at 105 miles per hour. The pitcher’s mound is 60 feet 6 inches from home plate. How long did it take, in seconds, for the ball to travel from the pitcher’s mound to home plate?
  81. social studies
    During the seventeenth-century, New England had one of the healthiest populations in the world. The region had a low population density and a higher life expectancy than in England. It was home to the first society in history in which grandparents were common. The region's ...
  82. Economics
    What is the organization of the Federal Reserve Bank?
  83. maths
    during a week a student spends 1/5 of her time in bed,1/8 of her time doing home work and 2/5 of her time in lessons.What fraction of her time is left for doing other things?
  84. Economics
    What is a difference between a commercial and savings banks?
  85. Economics
    does the money supply change?
  86. Economics
    what has been used for money throughout history?
  87. economics
    After getting her first job, a college graduate wants to begin saving money so she can pay cash for a new car. She wants to save enough each month to have $21,000 at the end of 4 years, and her savings account pays 4% interest, compounded monthly. How much will she have to ...
  88. business studies, maths lil, economics and tourism
    Iam doing, economics, business studies, tourism and maths lil can I be a manager pls help meee
  89. business studies, maths lil, tourism and economics
    if i am doing these subjects what can I be pls help
  90. mathematical Literacy, Economics and Business Stud
    What career(s) can I pursue with these subjects? Please help. I am very lost.
  91. Math
    Poor Delbert has been asked to do some tiling at home. He doesn't really understand the pattern. Can you help? How many black tiles to white? (1to every 2) There are 12 tiles in the pattern. Suppose there ere 60. How many black tiles will Delbert need then?
  92. Maths lit, economics, lifesciences, agriculture, lifeorientation, sepedi, english
    What career would I do nd which course will I do at University?
  93. Math
    Poor Delbert has been asked to do some tiling at home. He doesn't really understand the pattern. Can you help? How many black tiles to white?(1 to every 2) What is the proportion of black tiles to the whole pattern(1/3) What is the proportion of white tiles to the whole pattern?
  94. Economics
    Which of the following is an advantage of a sole proprietorship? A. It is easy to expand if it succeeds. **** B. It faces few government rules. C. It is easy to get financing to start one. D. It has the lowest federal income taxes.
  95. Basic Statistics
    home / study / questions and answers / math / statistics and probability / the manager of a vacation resort has claimed that, ... Question The manager of a vacation resort has claimed that, on average, a guest spends at least $1600 at the resort during a one week stay, ...
  96. Social Studies
    In what way is geography an integrative science? a. Geography is an integrative science because it examines Earth in both physical and human terms.*** b. Geography is an integrative science because it borrows from physical sciences such as chemistry, biology, meterology, and ...
  97. mangerial economics
    suppose it cost $1000 to prepare a factory to produce a certain item,after the preparation is complete, it cost $40 to produce each item. After the items are produced, it cost an average of $10 per year for each item held in inventory. if the company needs 5000 units per year...
  98. Social Studies (Check) (Reed)
    Describe how and why the suburbs became popular places to live. A: Suburbs became popular places to live as the GI Bill offered low-interest loans, making new housing more affortable during the postwar period than at any other time in American history. They were so popular, in...
  99. Social Studies (Check, Please!)
    Will someone help me with the first two questions and then check the rest? 1. What were two causes and effects of the economic boom of the 1950s? A: ? 2. How did the television industry affect the U.S. economy? A: ? 3. Describe how and why the suburbs became popular places to ...
  100. Social Studies (Check, Please!)
    Will someone help me with the first two questions and then check the rest? 1. What were two causes and effects of the economic boom of the 1950s? A: ? 2. How did the television industry affect the U.S. economy? A: ? 3. Describe how and why the suburbs became popular places to...
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