1. English
    Choose the meaning of the bold words Beowulf/Offered them only his sword, ended/so many JACKAL lives that the few/Who were able skulked silently home.(Beowulf) A:Enemy B:Defender C:Useless*** D:Weakened C:Useless is my answer....is this correct?
  2. Advanced Algebra
    Amanda earned a gross income of $37,250 last year. She made $489.78 in IRA contributions, donated $782 to her favorite charity and paid $1,276.65 in home mortgage interest. If Amanda claims a standard deduction of $5,700 and her exemption is $3,650, what is her taxable income...
  3. Economics
    The pricing of pharmaceutical products can be controversial. A recent example is EpiPen produced by Mylan which is used to treat anaphylaxis. The retail price of an EpiPen is $300, while industry sources estimate that it costs around $30 to produce each unit (i.e. one dose). ...
  4. Economics
    You have $3000 in an account that yields a nominal return of 6%. If the inflation rate is 3%, how long will you have to leave your money in the account for it to double in real terms?
  5. Math
    In the football game on Saturday, the home team scored points by making touchdowns and extra points only (worth 7 points) and field goals (worth 3 points). Some home team scores are impossible, such as 5. What is the largest number of pints that the team could not have scored?
  6. English
    What is the main conflict in the book, Leaving Home? How does the author us "Italics" in the excerpt, and what is it letting the readers know? What is the true story" element in the book, I Am Malala? What is the purpose of dialogee, and what does it let the reader know?
  7. English
    What is the main conflict in the play, Leaving Home?
  8. math
    points) You arrive home to find that your 55 foot by 20 foot basement has 6 inches of water in it. a) If 1 cubic foot of water is about 7.48 gallons, how much water will you be pumping out of your basement? Express your answer rounded to the nearest tenth of a gallon.
  9. Math
    An executive drove from home at an average speed of 40 mph to an airport where a helicopter was waiting. The executive boarded the helicopter and flew to the corporate offices at an average speed of 80 mph. The entire distance was 240 mi. The entire trip took 4 hours. Find the...
  10. Language Arts
    Read this excerpt from "The treasure of Lemon Brown by Walter Dean Myers (Greg Ridley is inside an old abandoned apartment house when he meets Lemon Brown.) 1. "You ain't one of them bad boys looking for my treasure, is you?" Lemon Brown cocked his head to one side and ...
  11. English
    You don't have to go all the way to China to enjoy Chinese culture. (The following is the definition of the word 'all the way.' What is the meaning of 'all the way' in the sentence above?) all the way 1. Fully; totally. He's my brother, so I support him all the way. I don't ...
  12. Psychology
    Would this be an example of top-down processing? I am at home, and I have left a room where a family member is sitting. I come back to this room awhile later and start having a conversation because I expect the family member to still be there because I did not hear him or her ...
  13. Psych
    Is this an example of top-down processing? I heard a noise that sounded like a door opening and assumed my parent was home. I made this assumption based on the fact that it was the time of day that they would usually come home and that they sent me a text saying they would be ...
  14. History
    I need help finding 3 of the principals of economics from the passage below. The principals are people choose, all choices involve cost, and people respond to incentives. The passage: One of the first books, written in 1866, on the civil war was written by a Richmond newspaper...
  15. English
    What do you usually do on Thanksgiving Day? 1. I visit my grandparents'. 2. I visit my grandparents' house. 3. I visit my grandparents' home. 4. I visit my grandparents' apartment. ----------------------------------------​---- Which one is omitted after "grandparents'"?
  16. English
    for [Oxford Dictionary] Having (the thing mentioned) as a reason or cause ‘I'd like to take her somewhere in the US or Europe as a surprise for her birthday.’ for [electronic dictionary] => used to show a reason or cause She gave me a watch for my birthday. [Longman ELC...
  17. Home Economics
    Differences between print patch and calico patch
  18. Social Studies please help
    1. What is one reason why Nigerians remain poor, despite their country’s large oil deposits? A. infrastructure B. subsistence farming C. corruption** D. microcredit 2. Which of the following is most likely to help countries in West and Central Africa solve their economic ...
  19. Geography
    Which of the following does NOT accurately describe the informal economy? A. The majority of women's work occurs in the informal economy.********* B. In-kind payments are an important aspect of the informal economy. C. Remittances sent by migrant workers to their home ...
  20. algebra 2
    Two families met at a par for a picnic at the end of the day, they part ways. Family A leaves 15 minutes after Family B and travels east at an average of 42 mph; while family B travels west at an average of 50mph. Both families have an approximately 160 miles to travel. 1.)...
  21. Math
    Two families met at a par for a picnic at the end of the day, they part ways. Family A leaves 15 minutes after Family B and travels east at an average of 42 mph; while family B travels west at an average of 50mph. Both families have an approximately 160 miles to travel. 1.)...
  22. EPI
    I need help finding a principle of economics. The principal is people choose. The text is called "Why we're still fighting the civil war " by David Von Drehle. Time Magazine has the article. My answer is "Abraham Lincoln said that a single issue dividing the nation is slavery...
  23. math
    Beth leaves her home on her bike, traveling down a long country road, at the rate of 8 mph. Her brother, Brandon, left 15 minutes after Beth on his golf cart along the same country road, traveling 12 mph. How long will it take Brandon to catch up with Beth?
  24. 5th grade LA
    4.Which sentence uses commas correctly? A. The teacher read Home of the Brave, before the class went to lunch. B. The teacher, read Home of the Brave before the class went to lunch. C. The teacher read Home of the Brave before the class went to lunch.*** D. The teacher read, ...
  25. Physics
    You’re having your home’s heating system replaced, and the heating contractor has specified a new system that supplies energy at the maximum rate of 40 kW. You know that your house loses energy at the rate of 1.3 kW per temperature difference between interior and exterior...
  26. english
    A. Need to know if the following is Noun, adjectival or adverbial clause. !. When I was outside, I saw a blue jay. 2. The city of Austin is the city that I call home. 3. I once saw a tortoise in my back yard, and I have seen a raccoon on the patio. 4. Because, there are skate ...
  27. RE numbered Social Studies-Writeacher
    1. Countries with a low standard of living, little industrial output, and a low Gross Domestic Product are referred to as A) command economies. B) developed countries. C) developing countries.**** D) plantation economies. 2. It is difficult to grow crops in much of inland ...
  28. EPI
    I need help finding two of the six principles of economics. The website is: 150 years after fort sumter:why we're still fighting the civil war by Time Magazine One is called the people respond to incentives in predictable ways. My answer: " reigning over the study of slavery ...
  29. technolgy
    SmartArt can be used to create___________ that highlight relationships between two items. 1.clip art images**** 2.graphic organizers 3.essays 4.tests What ribbon contains the option to edit a font, including underlining? 1.Home 2.Insert*** 3.References 4.View
  30. managerial economics
    A company wants to estimate how effective different types of advertising are for promoting its products. Specifically, the company is interested in estimating the effectiveness of radio advertising and newspaper advertising. A sample of 50 cities is selected for the study ...
  31. Economics
    You decide to estimate the following quarterly sales forecasting model for new boat sales in your local county: Qt = a + bt + cD The equation is estimated using quarterly data on new boat sales in the county from the 3rd quarter of 2001 to the 4th quarter of 2007 (t = 1,…,26...
  32. Home economics
    how does each home economics related subjects related to home economics
  33. Home economics
    How are those subjects related to home economics
  34. Home Economics
    State the home economics related subjects
  35. micro economics
    A) Assume that during a particular hour the following 37 bids (demand = load) were observed in the NordPool (first entry is Load in 1000 MWh (= Q), and second entry is €/MWh (= P)). datainitial={{24,30.7},{23.5,36},{22.6,3​0},{22.5,30},{22,30},{21.5,31},{21.5,40.​...
  36. Economics
    Design and implement a performance management process to any organisation, using all the steps in the performance management process
  37. Algebra
    Sarah's mother has a miniature village modeled after her home town. The model is 10 feet long and 7 feet wide. The actual village is 7 miles long. What is the village's actual width? I just want to know if I should convert the feet to miles at one point.
  38. Math- Discrete Functions
    Vanna has just financed the purchase of a home for $200 000. She agreed to repay the loan by making equal monthly blended payments of $3000 each at 4%/a, compounded monthly How much sooner would the loan be paid if she made a 15% down payment? How much would Vanna have saved ...
  39. Introduction to Early Childhood Education
    Early childcare education professionals teach children for birth to age 3 age 3 to 6 age 3 to 8 birth to age 8** Child care centers and family child care homes provide care and educations under federal regulations**?? in cooperation with local school districks for children of ...
  40. World History
    Which answer correctly compares the first medieval merchants to merchants of the High Middle Ages? A The first medieval merchants were higher in the social hierarchy, while merchants during the High Middle Ages were members of the lower social class. B The first medieval ...
  41. Maths
    Mr Lee start from her home,and goes 250m due south,then 200m due east,and finally 100 due south to a shopping mall.Find the distance between her home and shopping mall.
  42. Maths
    Mr Lee start from her home,and goes 250m due south,then 200m due east,and finally 100 due south to a shopping mall.Find the distance between her home and shopping mall.
  43. 5th grade LA
    Can you check my homework? Which of these are compound sentences? 1. My cat licked my face when I came home from school. NO (simple) 2. I am worried, because my cat is missing. No (complex) 3. Sarah did her homework, and then she went to the party. YES 4. Kevin went to the ...
  44. Economics
    How do falling prices affect supply? I'm having a hard time between either the supply curve moves to the left and the quantity demanded rises. I think the answer is that the quantity demanded rises.
  45. Geography
    which of the following best describes the most important feature of swamps in Georgia drinking water source source of coal for mining home to diverse ecosystem**** location for industrial plant
  46. economics
    a beautiful girl 22 years young has just graduated from college. She accepts a good job and desire to establish her own retirement fund. At the end of each year there after she plans to deposit 2000 in the fund out 15% annual . How old will she when the fund has an accumulated...
  47. math
    It takes Natasha 20 min to drive to work in the morning. She drives home using the same route, but it takes 11 min longer, and she averages 6 mi/h less than in the morning. How far does Natasha drive to work?
  48. micro economics
    Assume short-run demand and supply curves for dry cleaning have the usual slopes, and each unit produced requires some amount of labour and exactly 1 unit of dry-cleaning fluid. What will be the short-run result of a decrease in the cost of dry-cleaning fluid? a) increase in ...
  49. math
    Two motorcycles are at the two ends of a road right next to a wall behind them (walls and road are perpendicular. They start heading towards one another in the opposite directions on two straight and parallel lines.Each vehicle has a constant velocity but one is faster. They ...
  50. school
    1) Art pieces should always be discussed, and children should explain why they drew what they did. True 2) Because young children have difficulty distinguishing reality from fantasy, puppets should not be used very often in the classroom. False 3) Children could have a keen ...
  51. Science I reallllllyyy need help!!!!
    which of the following describes scientific inquiry? (1 point) a statement that describes what scientists expect to happen in an experiment facts, figures, and other evidence gathered through observation the diverse ways in which scientists study the natural world a well-...
  52. Math
    A man traveled to his country home, a distance of 150 miles and then back. His average rate of speed going was 50 miles an hour and his average return speed was 30 miles per hour. His average rate of speed for the entire trip was:
  53. Social Studies
    An interest rate is a special type of (1 point) loan. **price. bank. service. 2. How does a compound interest rate differ from a simple interest rate? (1 point) ***Compound interest rates pay more interest over time. Compound interest rates are calculated only once a year. ...
  54. Math
    A man traveled to his country home, a distance of 150 miles and then back. His average rate of speed going was 50 miles an hour and his average return speed was 30 miles per hour. His average rate of speed for the entire trip was:
  55. mircro economics
    define the following terms using graphs and mathmatical expressions 1) utility 2)Util 3)Iso cost 4)Indifference curve 5)Budget line 6)Monoplist 7)Kiked demand curve 8)Social exploitation 9) Profit 10) Perfect competation market
  56. Math
    A man traveled to his country home, a distance of 150 miles and then back. His average rate of speed going was 50 miles an hour and his average return speed was 30 miles per hour. His average rate of speed for the entire trip was:
  57. Languagre Arts
    Pam is practical. Every night before she goes to bed, Pam makes a list of what she needs the next day. She puts down items like return library books and hem dress for Margo's party on Saturday. When the list is made she numbers the items in order of importance. If it's ...
  58. Economics - Finance
    Your first baby was born yesterday and is healthy and strong. To guard against your premature death, you want to purchase a life insurance policy that will replace $58,000 of your annual income until your child is 20 years old. How much life insurance should you purchase, if ...
  59. To @Writeacher
    Yes,I used my phone to access this site from the very first day because I'm far from home due to my studies and usually I use my phone to get help with my studies.And it wasn't until yesterday this happened. So will I have to post it as a new question,every time I want to ask ...
  60. English
    Hi I wrote about my routines.. I would like to know what do you think. Thanks My name is Liz. I am a teacher. I always wake up at 7 o’clock in the morning then I wash my face and brush my teeth. After that, I go out for a walk with my dog in the open field. Then I return ...
  61. english
    In what mood (or case) are the following sentences? 82. Zach wishes that he didn’t live in a small apartment. A: indicative mood B: imperative mood C: subjunctive mood D: none of the above 83. He uses headphones when he practices at home. A: indicative mood B: imperative ...
  62. micro economics
    define the foollowing term using graph and mathimatical expression/utility,util,iso cost ,indiffrnce cure budet line monopolist
  63. health
    Americans spend almost _______ percent of their food budget on foods prepared away from home. A. 20 B. 30 C. 40 D. 50 Thinking it would be B.
  64. statistics
    You are ordering a new home theater system that consists of a TV, surround sound system, and DVD player. You can choose from 1616 different TVs, 2222 types of surround sound systems, and 1919 types of DVD players. How many different home theater systems can you build?
  65. micro economics II
    prove the profit maximization of the consumer i.e mu=p according to cardinalist
  66. home economics
    Home economics
  67. physics
    A pitcher can throw a ball towards the home plate at 120km per hour. When thrown, the ball curves. The curveball has a spin of 1250rpm. The ball has a mass of 100g and a radius of 2.5cm Calculate the percentage of total KE that is in rotational KE
  68. math
    si spend2 /3 of his study for home work & remaining for revisions, if his study is 9/2hours a day, how much time does he spend revising in a week?
  69. Life and Learning
    Q 2) For each of the passages that follow, determine whether fallacies are present and, if so, whether they fit the categories described in chapter 6. i. NELLIE: I really don’t see anything special about Sunquist grapefruit. They taste the same as any other grapefruit to me...
  70. Physics
    Jordan is trying to loosen a stuck bolt in his motor home. To loosen it ,he is using a wrench that is 60cm long. If he hangs from the wrench, what is max torque he can exert ? Jordan is 75kg
  71. History/Economics
    What did President Johnson announce to the American people during his television address on March 31, 1968? Select all that apply. He would not seek another term as president. He would further increase U.S. involvement in Vietnam. He would support Senator Robert Kennedy in the...
  72. Economics
    What does it mean to influence government? Why should active citizens participate in government? *Influencing government means to help vote, help choose elected officials, contact representatives, etc. Active citizens should participate because they have to be a part of their...
  73. Math
    Frank bought supplies for school. In the first store, he spent half of his money plus $10. In the second store, he spent half of what he had left, plus $10. In the third store, he spent 80% of what he had left. He came home with $5. How much did he start out with? 1. store~x/2...
  74. business math
    Shantel and Kwamie are planning to buy their first home. Although they are excited about the prospect of being homeowners, they are also a little frightened. A mortgage payment for the next 30 years sounds like a huge commitment. They visited a few new developments and scanned...
  75. English grammar
    They __________ home from school by 7p.m. a) will be returning b) would have returned Can someone help with this question? Is the answer b? Thanks.
  76. Economics
    A monopolist is deciding how to allocate output between two market that are separated geography.demands for the two markets are p1=15-q1 and p2=25-2q2.the monopolist TC is c=5+3(q1+q2).what are price,output,profits,and mr if:a)the monopolist discriminate?
  77. Math
    I spend 3/4hour doing homework and play 2/3hour hoe much time I speak on doing home work and play
  78. Economics
    Expres(define) The Following Terms Mathemathically. Utility Util Iso cost Indifferce curve Budget Line
  79. economics
    Method's of government involvement in an economy
  80. Economics
    You want to have an income of $50,000 per year in retirement, and you think you will be alive for 30 years in retirement. How much do you need to have invested the day you retire, in real dollars, assuming a 3% real rate of return? I just need to make sure I'm doing this right...
  81. English
    1. I had better listen to your advice. 2. I would rather listen to your advice. 3. I had better stay at home than go out. 4. I would rather stay at home than go out. (Which ones are right? Can we use all the expressions?)
  82. English
    1. I will take him home with me. (him=a dog) 2. I have no money with me. 3. She lives with her parents. 4. I will take him home. ---------------------------- Q1: What is the difference between #1 and #4? Q2: what is the meaning of 'with' in #1? Is 'with' in #1 the same as '...
  83. Economics
    A monopolist is deciding how to allocate output between two markets thata separated geographically. Demands for two market are P1=15-Q1 and P2=25-2Q2. The monopolist's TC is C=5+3(Q1+Q2).What are*price *output *profit *MR Ifa)the monopolis can price discriminate? b)the law ...
  84. Economics
    Description of the market form in which milk producers operate
  85. English
    1. Take it easy. 2. Make yourself at home. 3. Make yourself comfortable. 4. Calm down. ------------------------- What is the meaning of #1? Does #1 mean #2, #3, or #4?
  86. Economics
    If an industry is highly profitable, new firms are likely to enter the market. This would be reflected with a shift of the A- demand curve to the right B-supply curve to the right C-supply curve to the left D- demand curve to the left
  87. math-precalculus
    A person starts walking from his home. First, he goes 2 miles north and 3 miles west to a park. After spending the afternoon at the park, he walks 1 mile west and 4 miles south to a bar. How far is the bar from his home?
  88. economics(gentle man) thankyou
    Define the following term using graphs and mathematical expression a)utility b)util c)iso cost d)indiffernce curve e)budget line f)monopolist g)kiked demand curve h)social exploitation i)profit j)perfect competation market.
  89. ECONOMICS(help!)
    Prove that the profit maximation of the consume i.e MU=P,according to cardinalist using mathematical derivation.
  90. Economics(help!)
    Suppose you are the manager of a watch-making firm operating in a comptetive market.You cost of production is given by C=100+Q^2,Where Q is the level of output and C is total cost. a)If the price of watches is birr 60,how many watches should you produce to maximize profit? b)...
  91. Economics(help!!!)
    A monopolist is deciding how to allocate output between two markets that separated geographically. Demands for the two markets are P1=15-Q1 and P2=25-2Q2.The monopolist's TC is C=5+3(Q1+Q2).What are PRICE,OUTPUT,PROPISTS, MR if a)the monopolist can price discrinate? b)the law ...
  92. economics
    Define utility using mathmatical expression.
  93. English
    I called you several times, but you didn't answer me. Where were you? I was at home, listening to music. ------------------------------------ [In this situdation, can we use both sentences? Are both the same in meaing? Which one is commonly used?] 1. I was home, listening to ...
  94. English
    The dog's master worked in the workplace. Later he came back home. He saw his dog. He said, "I'm home." -------------------------------- Can we use 'I'm at home.' in this situation? What is the difference between them?
  95. English
    1. My dog spends most of the time at home. 2. My dog spends most time at home. (Are both the same?) 3. He got married to Susan in 2007. 4. He was married to Susan in 2007. (Are both the same? Does #4 mean 'action' or 'state'?)
  96. Economics - Formula Help
    Instead of spending the $50 a month you receive, you decided to invest it in your money market account at your bank. Assuming you will earn an average of 5% each year and inflation is forecasted to 2.5% a year, how much have you effectively earned after ten years? (Hint: must...
  97. Economics
    If there was a baby boom of Oompa Loompas ready to work for free, what will happen to the Willy Wonka chocolate market? In particular: Has this affected supply or demand of Willy Wonka Chocolate? What has happened to the price of Willy Wonka chocolate? Please describe the ...
  98. Science
    A homeowner determined that he used 114 gallons of oil to heat his home during game the winter. This information would be considered part of his ________?
  99. Math checm my answer
    Katrina lives directly east of the park. The football field is directly south of the park. The library sits on the line formed between Katrina’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 ...
  100. politics
    Bill Clinton’s “alternative media” strategy: A. involved calling New York Times reporters at home. B. accelerated after the Monica Lewinsky scandal broke. C. involved granting interviews to local news anchors and holding televised town meetings. D. involved holding ...
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