11. Carter must inform employees at Benton Industries of the details of the company's annual summer picnic. The best document format for him to use to announce this one event is a/an A. block letter. B. brochure. C. memorandum. D

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  1. math

    A company employs six people and plans to select a group of two of these employees to receive advanced training. How many ways can the group of two employees be selected?

  2. Business Communication

    Which of the following is an example of an external source? I. Memos sent to the employees of a company, 2. Financial reports published by a company, 3. Company databases, and 4. Industry journals.

  3. PLEASE HELP ME

    5. Maria is applying for a summer job. Six employees who do various jobs at the company earn $8.00, $8.50, $9.00, $9.50, $10.00 and $23.50 per hours, in the interview the boss tells maria that the median of hourly wages is 9.25, is the statement the boss

  4. Statistics

    The distribution of weekly salaries at a large company is reverse J-shaped with a mean of $1000 and a standard deviation of $370. What is the probability that the sampling error made in estimating the mean weekly salary for all employees of the company by

  5. Social Studies

    How does the use of plastic to produce bicycle helmets affect other plastic-using industries? It decreases the prices offered by other industries. It increases the demand for products of other industries. It increases the capital available to other

  6. maths

    ABC company currently has 1/4 fewer computers than it has employees,if they currently have 80 employees and they want to hire 5% more.how many computers will they need to buy to ensure that each employees has one?

  7. Gr.11 Math

    A large company has a phone tree to contact its employees in case of an emergency factory shutdown. Each of the five senior managers calls three eployees, who calls three other employees and so on. If the tree consists of seven levels, how many employees

  8. statistics

    A company employs nine people and plans to select a group of six of these employees to receive advanced training. How many ways can the group of six employees be selected?

  9. statistics

    the mean annual salary for employees at a company is 36,000. at the end of the year, each employee receives a 1,000 bonus and a 5% raise( based on salary)what is the new annula sala

  10. statistics

    The distribution of weekly salaries at a large company is right skewed with a mean of $1000 and a standard deviation of $350. What is the probability that the sampling error made in estimating the mean weekly salary for all employees of the company by the

  11. math

    A company has two office buildings that hold 30,000 employees. Their headquarters contains 14 times as many employees as their overseas branch. Therefore, their headquarters contains __?__ employees.

  12. statistics

    A company has 140 employees, of which 30 are supervisors. Eighty of the employees are married, and 20% of the married employees are supervisors. If a company employee is randomly selected, what is the probability that the employee is married and is a

  13. Math

    Maria is applying for a summer job. Six employees who do various jobs at the company earn $8.00, $8.50, $9.00, $9.50, $10.00 and $23.50 per hour. In the interview, the boss tells Maria that the median of the hourly wages is $9.25. Is the boss's statement

  14. Business Communication

    Which of the following is an example of an external source? a. Memos sent to the employees of a company b. Financial reports published by a company c. Company databases d. Industry journals

  15. Probability

    Of 500 employees, 200 participate in a company's profit sharing plan(P), 400 have major insurance coverage(M), & 150 employees participate in both programs. Construct a Venn diagram and find out the probability that a randomly selected employees a) will be

  16. Grade 11 maths plz help!!!

    A software company started with 2 employees. In 6 months, the company had 7 employees. The number of employees increased in a steady rate. Which equation models the relationship between the number of employees n and the number of months m since the company

  17. programing

    The Human Resources Department of Apex Manufacturing Company wants a report that shows its employees the benefits of saving for retirement. Produce a report that shows 12 predicted retirement account values for each employee—the values if the employee

  18. history/english

    Read the excerpt from President Jimmy Carter’s speech “Energy and the National Goals—A Crisis of Confidence.” But after listening to the American people, I have been reminded again that all the legislation in the world can’t fix what’s wrong

  19. social studies

    6. Why would both these stores attract a good number of customers? A. Customers value different types of deals. B. Customers have different brand loyalties. C. Customers patronize both stores to maintain competition. D. Customers do not have the

  20. Intermediate Algebra

    in 2005, 10.4 out of every 50 employees at a company were women. if there are 43,839 total company employees, estimate the number of women

  21. Civics

    A company decided to pass a policy banning cell phones on their property. A group of employees collected signatures to protest. Many of the co-workers who signed the petition were later fired because the petition was deemed disruptive. A. The employees

  22. Math

    An electronics company has 450 employees. The company plans to increase its staff by 30%. How many new employees will the company hire?

  23. Statistics Helps

    Carter has a large marble collection. Carter knows that he has exactly 20 blue marbles in his collection, but does not know how many marbles he has in all. Carter mixes up his marbles and randomly selects 40 marbles. Of the 40 marbles that he chose, 4 were

  24. math

    of 500 employees, 200 participate in a company's profit- sharing plan (P), 400 have major-medical insurance coverage (M). and 150 employees participate in both programs. Construct a Venn diagram and find out the probability that a randomly-selected

  25. aiu

    Imagine that you have been hired as an IT consultant and have been asked to write a recommendation for an OS. This start-up company primarily develops games and has approached you to recommend an OS for its 25 employees who use desktop PCs.development.

  26. Math

    The mean salary of the female employees of one company is $29,525. The mean salary of the male employees of the same company is $33,470. Can the mean salary of all employees of the company be obtained by finding the mean of $29,525 and $33,470? Explain

  27. probability

    An insurer offers a health plan to the employees of a large company. As part of this plan, the individual employees may choose two of the supplementary covaerges A, B and C or they may choose no supplementary coverage. The proportions of the company's

  28. Finance

    Carter's preferred stock pays a dividend of $1.00 per quarter. If the price of the stock is $45.00, what is its nominal (not effective) annual rate of return?

  29. Statistics

    The average annual salary of employees at Wintertime Sports was $28,750 last year. This year the company opened another store. Suppose a random sample of 18 employees had an average annual salary of $25,810 with standard deviation of s = $4230. Use a 1%

  30. statistics

    Employees at Evergreen Manufacturing company have annual salaries ranging from a low $12,500 to a high of 92,000. Assuming that you want to construct a frequency table with eight classes, find the upper and lower limits of the first class. How do I work

  31. Math

    the mean hourly wage of employees at his company using the data in the table. In a report he stated, “The typical salary at the company is about $23.00 per hour.” How is this misleading? $6.50 $6.50 $6.50 $6.50 $6.50 $6.50 $6.50 $7.50 $7.50 $7.50 $7.50

  32. Math

    A property management company furnishes skilled help to maintain apartment complexes. If employees are paid $16 per hour and the company wishes to maintain a 30% markup based on the employees’ hourly pay, what hourly rate should it bill property owners?

  33. MTH233/statistics UOP

    Industry 1980 1997 Agriculture 290 727 Mining 994 586 Construction 4,473 5,513 Manufacturing 21,165 18,633 Transportation 4,623 6,247 Trade 20,258 28,813 Finance and Insurance 5,295 7,367 Services 17,186 37,380 • • The table above shows the number of

  34. m/c

    A researcher is hired by a company to ascertain the morale of company employees. The company employs over 10,000 employees. The researcher takes a random sample of 237 employees, interviews each sampled employee, and uses the information to project the

  35. programing

    3.Write a query to display the annual salary of all employees in department_id 20. Display the names in increasing order or salary. 4.Write a query to display the average salary of employees. Label the column as ' Average Salary. 5.Write a query to display

  36. accounting

    A review of the ledger of Terrell Company at December 31, 2012, produces these data pertaining to the preparation of annual adjusting entries. 1. Prepaid Insurance $18,279. The company has separate insurance policies on its buildings and its motor

  37. math

    A company has three sales departments (local, regional, and national) at each of several locations across the United States. Each local sales department has 120 employees. The company wants to survey its employees to determine the most effective sales

  38. Adult Education

    Choosing to blow the whistle on your employees or coworkers can create all kinds of legal, ethical, and career complications. Here are five common workplace scenarios that will challenge employees about whether or not they should go public with potentially

  39. programing

    5.Write a query to display the details of employees in the shipping' department who were hired after '01-JAN 1990' note that the query must use a join. 6.Write a query to display all unique department_id's in the employees table. 7.Write a query to display

  40. Math

    Carter bought a pair of jeans for $49.99 and a shirt for $23.59. He received $6.42 in change. How much did Carter have originally? Should I round or subtract? Please help me!

  41. maths

    A company hires skilled employees, each working under contract to 35h and paid € 550 a week, others working under contract B 20h and paid € 220 per week. 1. These employees will have to make a total of 370h of work per week and the entrepreneur has a

  42. accounting

    Albright Company purchased as a long-term investment $500,000 of Benton Corporation 10-year 9% bond present entries to record the following selected transactions: (a.) Purchased bonds for $475,000.

  43. Math

    A company finds that one out of five employees will be late to work on a given day. If this company has 42 employees, find the probabilities that the following number of people will get to work on time. (Round your answers to 4 decimal places.) (a) Exactly

  44. Algebra

    Each person that works at a company is given a 5-digit code followed by a letter,either uppercase or lowercase.These employees must enter their codes on a keypad to enter and exit the office building The company has 130 employees. a) How many codes are

  45. precal

    Spider Industries is a U.S.-based company that test-marketed an electronic cobweb destroyer in Japan. The company's revenue, R, is a function of the number of destroyers sold, x, using the following formula R = 160x -0.2x^2. How many destroyers must the

  46. ds 71

    A company sells its product for $79. The company has marginal costs of $37 and annual fixed costs of $95,000. What is the annual total cost to produce 8,500 units of its product?

  47. GP Calculus

    Muthu started working at a company on 1 January 2002 with an initial annual salary of RM18,000. Every January, the company increased his salary by 5% of the previous year's salary. Calculate a)his annual salary, to the nearest RM, for the year 2007. b)the

  48. math115

    The management of a company is negotiating with a union over salary increases for the company's employees for the next 5 years. One plan under consideration gives each worker a bonus of 1200 dollars per year. The company currently employs 1055 workers and

  49. keyboarding and word processing

    11. Carter must inform employees at Benton Industries of the details of the company's annual summer picnic. The best document format for him to use to announce this one event is a/an A. block letter. B. brochure. C. memorandum. D. short report.

  50. computers

    Carter must inform employees at Benton Industries of the details of the company's annual summer picnic. The best document format for him to use to announce this one event is a/an A. short report. B. block letter. C. memorandum. D. brochure.

  51. ENGLISH

    Please check for commas errors and capilization. If I need to add or take out any commas, please show me where. Nashville, TN, November 9, 2011: Anisha Carter was named the new president of M& M Industries, and will take commands of the company on November

  52. computers

    Imagine that you have been hired as an IT consultant and have been asked to write a recommendation for an OS. This start-up company primarily develops games and has approached you to recommend an OS for its 25 employees who use desktop PCs. The primary

  53. algebra

    The annual salaries of all employees at a financial company are normally distributed with a mean = $34,000 and a standard deviation = $4,000. What is the z-score of a company employee who makes an annual salary of $28,000?

  54. 2math

    n January, a company named ACME had 100 employees. In February they lost 15 employees, and in March the company hired 25 new employees. How many employees were working for ACME at the beginning of April? 100 105 110 115

  55. statistics

    A small company has 9 female employees and 15 male employees. In how many ways can 8 employees be selected at random for drug testing if exactly 5 of the employees must be males?

  56. Math

    The owner of a large company is conducting a survey about job satisfaction, including questions about salary, hours, stress, and other conditions. There are about 800 employees in the company, including 100 executive positions, 650 middle-management

  57. biology

    There is a 3:2 male-to-female ratio at the Science is Cool! lab company. Based on this ratio, which of the following could be the number of male employees and female employees at the company? 54 male employees and 36 female employees 24 male employees and

  58. Math (Functions)

    A large company has a phone tree to contact its employees in case of an emergency factory shutdown. Each of the five senior managers calls three eployees, who calls three other employees and so on. If the tree consists of seven levels, how many employees

  59. Math (Functions)

    A large company has a phone tree to contact its employees in case of an emergency factory shutdown. Each of the five senior managers calls three eployees, who calls three other employees and so on. If the tree consists of seven levels, how many employees

  60. Algebra 1- Math

    A software company started with 2 employees. In 6 months, the company had 14 employees. The number of employees increased at a steady rate. a. create 2 ordered pairs. b. find the slope. c. Interpret the meaning of the slope. d. Find the prediction

  61. Algebra problem - set up done - quick guidance

    The ratio of men to women at a certain company is 3 to 5. How many employees does the company have if there are 36 male employees? Should I set the problem up this way: 3/5=36/x x=60 male employees?

  62. precal

    Spider Industries is a U.S.-based company that test-marketed an electronic cobweb destroyer in Japan. The company's revenue, R, is a function of the number of destroyers sold, x, using the following formula R = 160x -0.2x^2. If the company sold their

  63. Statistics

    I need help with (b): A small company with 5 employees wants to know some statistics about their employee's ages. They surveyed the 5 employees and found that their ages were: 22, 29, 35, 37 and 42. (a)Determine: Mean age: 33 Median: 35 Range: 20 Variance:

  64. statistics

    One hundred employees working in the construction, manufacturing, and various other industries were selected for review of salary information and educational level. The salaries of the one hundred employees were reviewed to determine if the employees with

  65. Mental math

    In a certain company 30% of the men and 40% of women attended the annual company picnic,If 25% of all the employees are men,what % of all the employee went to the picnic?

  66. Math

    At a company, there are y more male employees than female employees. If there are x male employees at the company, what fraction of the employees are male, in terms of y and x?

  67. precal - types of functions

    Spider Industries is a U.S.-based company that test-marketed an electronic cobweb destroyer in Japan. The company's revenue, R, is a function of the number of destroyers sold, x, using the following formula R = 160x -0.2x^2. What type of function did

  68. statistic

    A company sent seven of its employees to attend a course in building self-confidence. These employees were evaluated for their self-confidence before and after attending this course. The following table gives the scores (on a scale of 1 to 15, 1 being the

  69. probability

    An insurer offers a health plan to the employees of a large company. As part of this plan, the individual employees may choose two of the supplementary covaerges A, B and C or they may choose no supplementary coverage. The proportions of the company's

  70. statistics

    An insurance company charges its policy holders an annual premium of $200 for the following type of injury insurance policy. If the policy holder suffers a "major injury" resulting in lengthy hospitalization, the company will pay out $15,000 to the injured

  71. Math-Stats

    An insurance company charges its policy holders an annual premium of $200 for the following type of injury insurance policy. If the policy holder suffers a "major injury" resulting in lengthy hospitalization, the company will pay out $15,000 to the injured

  72. English

    I said 'Stop! We must get Mr Carter.' Someone found Mr Carter and he ran over to us. ------------------------------ What is the meaning 'get' in the sentence? What other similar expressions can we use?

  73. statistic

    Which "average" would be best to use in the following situation? The accountant for a small company is asked to determine the average salary of its employees. The company is owned by two brothers who each make over $300,000 per year. The accountant makes

  74. Stats

    8.0235% of the employees of the Acme Tire store are enrolled in a 401k at the store. If the company has 600 employees, what is the probability that less than 40 employees are entered in the 401k.

  75. Stats

    8.0235% of the employees of the Acme Tire store are enrolled in a 401k at the store. If the company has 600 employees, what is the probability that less than 40 employees are entered in the 401k.

  76. math

    You have 75 employees, 1/6th of them retired, and 1/4 of them left the company for new jobs. how many employees did you have in the begining?

  77. English

    Can someone please help me with this, let me know if the below looks correct? Improving Your Writing. Section 1 Facts and Figures that define the problem (the cause) Details that show the impact of the problem (effects) on Jack, Ruth, and the company.

  78. human resource management

    •Explain how the number of employees in the company affects the company's status if the company is not in compliance

  79. Probability

    Mr. Carter wants to determine the probabilities for students choosing a hamburger or a hot dog at the school picnic. Explain how Mr. Carter could create a simulation for this using a coin.

  80. statistics

    The purchasing department has suggested that all new computer monitors for your company should be a new design. You want data to assure you that employees will like the new monitors. The next 20 employees needing a new computer are the subjects for an

  81. Math

    4. The Alan Company bought 80 tickets for a jazz company. After giving away 20 tickets to customers, the company sold the rest to the employees for half of the purchase price. If the company absorbed a $1,000 loss on all tickets , how much did an employee

  82. probabilities

    Freddy owns a taxicab company and is trying to find the most economical method of handling incoming calls. He currently has a couple of employees working the phones, but wonders if there is a better arrangement. His options for the call center are:

  83. Math

    A company is considering offering child care for their employees. They wish to estimate the mean weekly child-care cost of their employees. A sample of 10 employees reveals the following amounts spent last week in dollars. 107 92 97 95 105 101 91 99 95 104

  84. Ethics & Enterprise

    Can someone help me with this assignment? Complete the following for identifying an ethical issue: • Identify an potential ethical dilemma from a real company. The company could be a current company for which you work, a company in which you used to

  85. English Improving writing rough draft

    please check his for me thank you very much :) There are on going problems that need to be addressed.First there is uneven allocation of tasks. While Bonnie and Molly are working overtime at least twice a month, Jack and Rachel often have no work to do.

  86. history

    What was the perspective of Americans on the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan? Americans fought President Carter’s attempt to wage war against the Soviet Union over the invasion. Americans backed President Carter’s sanctions and embargoes on the Soviet

  87. MATH HELP

    Determine the annual dividend and the annual yield to the nearest hundredth of a percent. Joyce buys 350 shares of KOW, Inc, that has a high of 42.50 per share and a low of 23.60. Last year the company paid annual dividends of $0.58 per share. (a) What is

  88. General Math

    A company had 66 fewer employees in July 2005 than July 2004. If this represents 5.5 percent of decrease, how many employees did the company have in July 2005?

  89. Business Law- Ethics

    I'm not sure how to go about doing this. I feel like it's an easy question but im thinking to far into it. I want to say that Davis would be the first person to be let off & Carter would be the last person to be let off. I'm not sure what order the rest

  90. american history

    I have to research some industries. I need to know what industries were in new york, cincinatti, chicago, st louis and buffalo between the years of 1877 and 1905. Then i need to tell why those industries were located where they were in that part of the

  91. history

    What event led Carter to impose a boycott on the 1980 summer Olympics? a. Soviet invasion of Afghanistan b. Chinese refusal to sign the SALT II treaty c. Iranian revolution d. Israeli cutoff of peace talks please help me with this

  92. Finance

    Lance Industries borrowed $130,000. The company plans to set up a sinking fund that will repay the loan at the end of 18 years. Assume a 6% interest rate compounded semiannually. What amount must Lance Industries pay into the fund each period? Check your

  93. social studies

    from history chapter- Crafts and industries Which industries today are seen as Modern Industries.

  94. Business

    Explain how the number of employees in the company affects the company's status if the company is not in compliance. Also explain how federal legislation laws intertwine.

  95. computer

    Lets suppose I am a Manager of some IT company. We have our IT recruiting team who work on employees to get them job until they don't find job, our company has to pay those employees. My team and I want to research on how to increase their skills so they

  96. statistics

    A professional employee in a large corporation receives an average of = 45 e-mails per day. Most of these e-mails are from other employees in the company. Because of the large number of e-mails, employees find themselves distracted and are unable to

  97. math

    Distribution of Employees in National Insurance Company by age groups:(for questions 76-78) Age Group Per cent 46 and over 25 40-45 34.5 35-39 25.62 30-34 12.9 Under 30 1.9 76. Thirty thousand employees of this company are 46 years or over.How many

  98. jghjkl

    ABC Company has 1,000 employees and wants to increase employee productivity by setting up an internal software applications training program. The training program will teach employees how to use Microsoft software programs such as Vista, Word 2007, Excel

  99. statistics

    A small company has 15 employees. Five of these employees will be selected randomly to be interviewed as part of an employee satisfaction program. How many different groups of five can be selected?

  100. English

    Dear Sir, Good day, thank you again for your effort in helping me to hire and working back in the company it would be a great gratitude to you. TO pay you back i would do my best to work hard and contribute a skills for company's benefits. I would keep my

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