A factory produced 2300 TV sets in its first year of production. 4500 sets were produced in its second year and 500 more sets were produced in its third year than in its second year. How many TV sets were

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  1. algebra

    The table shows the amount of milk that Wisconsin dairy farms produced from 1940 to 1997. Use linear model to estimate milk production in 1990. year milk produced 1940 7 1972 7 1997 8 15.1 12.5 7.5 2.5

  2. math

    A factory produced 2300 TV sets in its first year of production. 4500 sets were produced in its second year and 500 more sets were produced in its third year than in its second year. How many TV sets were produced in three years?

  3. Confidentiality Health

    Which of the the following statements is true in regard to limited data sets? A.Limited data sets contain some individual identifiers. B.Patients must authorize the use of limited data sets. C. Those who receive limited data sets can pass them on without

  4. Math

    The cost C, in dollars, to produce graphing calculators is given by the function C(x)=57+4500, where x is the number of calculators produced. How many calculators can be produced if the cost is limited to $129,900?

  5. health

    Which of the following is true in regard to limited data sets? A.Patients must authorize the use of limited data sets. B. Those who receive limited data sets can pass them on witout restrictions. C. Limited data sets cant include a patiemts city, state,

  6. Public Finance

    Suppose the marginal social cost of television sets is $100. This is constant and equal to the average cost of television sets. The annual demand for television sets is given by the following equation: Q = 200,000 – 500P2. If television sets are sold in

  7. Math

    A marketing expert determines that sales of television sets an be increased by 3 sets per week for each $20 decrease in price. Weekly sales average 18 sets at $440 each. What price should be given in order to receive $10,800 in revenue?

  8. History

    Which was the most important effect of the Bessemer process? A. It allowed the production of more steel. B. It produced better steel. C. It made steel cheaper. D. It allowed factory production of steel.

  9. Business Math

    Being inventory of 12 sets of paints at a cost of $1.50 each. During the year the store purchased 4 sets at $1.60, 6 sets at $2.20, 6 sets at $2.50, and 10 sets at $3.00. By the end of the year, 25 sets were sold. Caculate the number of paint sets in stock

  10. math

    1. A factory manufactures widgets. The rate of production of widgets after t weeks is (dx/dt) = 30(1-((20)/((t-20)^2))) widgets/week. A. Determine the rate at which widgets are produced at the start of week 1. Set up the expression but do not simplify. B.

  11. math/statistics

    In a manufacturing plant, three machines, A, B, and C, produce 37%, 36%, and 27%, respectively, of the total production. The company's quality-control department has determined that 1.5% of the items produced by Machine A, 2% of the items produced by

  12. Math

    As the number of units manufactured increases from 4000 to 6000 the total cost of production increases from 22000 to 30000. Assuming a linear relationship between the cost when 4500 units are produced.

  13. Math

    Which is greater: three sets of (5 - 2) or two sets of (2 + 3)? Draw diagrams to support your conclusion.

  14. maths

    A factory was required to produce a crtain number of television in four days. On the first day, it produced 1/6 of the required number of television sets. On the second day, it produced another 18 sets. On the third day it produced twice as many television

  15. math

    Marvin Company has a beginning inventory of 12 sets of paints at a cost of $1.50 each. During the year, the store purchased 4 sets at $1.60, 6 sets at $2.50 and 10 sets at $3.00. By the end of the year, 25 sets were sold. Calculated (a) the number of paint

  16. Calc

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

  17. Probability

    Factories A and B produce computers. Factory A produces 2 times as many computers as factory B. The probability that an item produced by factory A is defective is 0.012 and the probability that an item produced by factory B is defective is 0.04. A computer

  18. Pre-Algebra

    Scatter plots are used to look for a pattern of association, or trend, between one set of values two sets of values three sets of values four sets of values My answer: two sets of values

  19. Math

    A bag contains 5 red marbles, 3 green, 1 lavender, 3 yellow, 2 Orange. Q. How many sets of four marbles include none of the red ones? First I computed C(14,4) to find out how many sets of 4 could be formed. Total # sets =1001. Then I subtracted the number

  20. calculus

    what is the property that distinguishes finite sets from infinite sets (give examples of each to accompany explaination). finite sets are countable. Infinite sets are not. so what would be an example of an infinite set? one that never ends? yes.

  21. Accounting

    During the period, labor costs incurred on account amounted to $250,000 including $200,000 for production orders and $50,000 for general factory use. In addition, factory overhead applied to production was $23,000. From the following, select the entry to

  22. math

    In one day, Factory A produces 1650 video games, while Factory b produces 123 Fewer video games than Factory a a) How amny video games does Factory B produce in one day? b) How many more video games are produced by Factory A than by Factory B in Five days?

  23. Math

    Solve this problem using the simplex method. A company manufactures checker sets and chess sets. Suppose each day the company has available 1200 boards (which can be used for both games) and 80,000 units of wood for making pieces. Each checker set uses 20

  24. Statistics

    1. For the following exercise, complete the following by using the data sets below that provides the ages of the first seven presidents: a. Find the mean, median, and range for each of the two data sets. b. Find the standard deviation using the range rule

  25. statistics

    1. Find the mean, median, and range for each of the two data sets? 2. Find the standard deviation using the rule of thumb for each of the data sets. 3. Compare the two sets and describe what you discover. The following data sets shows the ages of the first

  26. Math

    A sample of 120 bags of potatoes produced by a factory was found to have a mean weight of 2.47 kg and a standard deviation of 0.12 kg. Obtain a 95% confidence interval for the mean weight of all bags of potatoes produced by the factory.

  27. algebra 2

    A manufacturer produces a standard model and a deluxe model of a 13-in. television set. The standard requires 20 h of labor to produce, whereas the deluxe model requires 25 h. The labor available is limited to 300 h per week. In addition, the plant

  28. Math

    A furniture company displays bedroom sets which require 21 square meters of space and living room sets which require 42 square meters of space. The company, which has 546 square meters of available space, wants to display at lease 6 bedroom sets and

  29. Math

    Nico is saving money for his college education. He invests some money at 5%, and $2300 less than that amount at 3%. The investments produced a total of $163 interest in one year. How much did he invest at each rate?

  30. Maths

    The average cost of an item is defined as the total cost to produce it divided by the number of units produced .A shoe company that pays $240,000 in rent and employee salaries per year figures it also must pay $3.50 in materials per shoe set it produces.

  31. DBQ Essay (plzz read!)

    here is my DBQ essay so far BUT it's NOT done tho. Sectionalism – The Civil War From the 1820’s to the 1860’s the North and South had different thoughts over slavery. It expanded through different sections of America. The North and

  32. Algebra

    (This is the info for the question NOT the actual question) A furniture company displays bedroom sets which require 21 square meters of space and living room sets which require 42 square meters of space. The company, which has 546 square meters of avalible

  33. MATH

    .)Geoff planted dahlias in his garden. Dahlias have bulbs that divide and reproduce underground. In the first year, Geoff’s garden produced 4 bulbs. In the second year, it produced 8 bulbs, and in the third year, it produced 16 bulbs. If this pattern

  34. algebra

    A company produces doll houses and sets of doll furniture. The doll houses take 3 hours of labor to produce, and the furniture sets take 8 hours. The labor available is limited to 400 hours per week, and the total production capacity is 100 items per week.

  35. accounting

    6. Acme Manufacturing Company estimates factory overhead as a percentage of machine hours. On 1.1.11, Acme estimates total factory overhead of $400,000 for the year, and estimates 20,000 machine hours will be required during the year. During the year,

  36. algebra word problem

    A small company produces both dollhouses and sets of doll furniture. The dollhouses take 3 hours of labor to produce, and the furniture sets take 8 hours. The labor available is limited to 400 hours per week, and the total production capacity is 100 items

  37. Math

    A engine for a car can be manufactured in a factory every 35 minutes. The factory starts production at 8:45 and stops at 16:55. (i) Find the number of engines that can be produced in a single working day. After a refit of the factory, an engine can be

  38. maths linear programming

    alright.. this is the question i got.. JJ Manufacturing has three factories (1,2,3) and three distribution centers (A,B,C). shipping costs from the factories to the distrubution centers is as follows from factory 1 to center A: $6 from factory 2 to center

  39. math

    alright.. this is the linear programming question i got.. JJ Manufacturing has three factories (1,2,3) and three distribution centers (A,B,C). shipping costs from the factories to the distrubution centers is as follows from factory 1 to center A: $6 from

  40. math

    1. for any sets X and Y, we define the symmetric difference X ∆Y by: X∆Y = (X - Y) ∪ (Y - X) = (X ∪ Y) - (X ∩ Y) Prove the following: -for all sets A,B and C, if A - (B ∩ C) = ∅ then A- C ⊆ B - for all sets A,B and C, if A ⊆ B ∪ C and B

  41. math

    1. for any sets X and Y, we define the symmetric difference X ∆Y by: X∆Y = (X - Y) ∪ (Y - X) = (X ∪ Y) - (X ∩ Y) Prove the following: -for all sets A,B and C, if A - (B ∩ C) = ∅ then A- C ⊆ B - for all sets A,B and C, if A ⊆ B ∪ C and B

  42. discrete math help please

    1. for any sets X and Y, we define the symmetric difference X ∆Y by: X∆Y = (X - Y) ∪ (Y - X) = (X ∪ Y) - (X ∩ Y) Prove the following: -for all sets A,B and C, if A - (B ∩ C) = ∅ then A- C ⊆ B - for all sets A,B and C, if A ⊆ B ∪ C and B

  43. math help

    1. for any sets X and Y, we define the symmetric difference X ∆Y by: X∆Y = (X - Y) ∪ (Y - X) = (X ∪ Y) - (X ∩ Y) Prove the following: -for all sets A,B and C, if A - (B ∩ C) = ∅ then A- C ⊆ B - for all sets A,B and C, if A ⊆ B ∪ C and B

  44. discrete math help please

    1. for any sets X and Y, we define the symmetric difference X ∆Y by: X∆Y = (X - Y) ∪ (Y - X) = (X ∪ Y) - (X ∩ Y) Prove the following: -for all sets A,B and C, if A - (B ∩ C) = ∅ then A- C ⊆ B - for all sets A,B and C, if A ⊆ B ∪ C and B

  45. math

    1. for any sets X and Y, we define the symmetric difference X ∆Y by: X∆Y = (X - Y) ∪ (Y - X) = (X ∪ Y) - (X ∩ Y) Prove the following: -for all sets A,B and C, if A - (B ∩ C) = ∅ then A- C ⊆ B - for all sets A,B and C, if A ⊆ B ∪ C and B

  46. Somebody please help urgently!

    1. for any sets X and Y, we define the symmetric difference X ∆Y by: X∆Y = (X - Y) ∪ (Y - X) = (X ∪ Y) - (X ∩ Y) Prove the following: -for all sets A,B and C, if A - (B ∩ C) = ∅ then A- C ⊆ B - for all sets A,B and C, if A ⊆ B ∪ C and B

  47. math. Somebody help urgently please

    1. for any sets X and Y, we define the symmetric difference X ∆Y by: X∆Y = (X - Y) ∪ (Y - X) = (X ∪ Y) - (X ∩ Y) Prove the following: -for all sets A,B and C, if A - (B ∩ C) = ∅ then A- C ⊆ B - for all sets A,B and C, if A ⊆ B ∪ C and B

  48. URGENT! discrete math help please

    1. for any sets X and Y, we define the symmetric difference X ∆Y by: X∆Y = (X - Y) ∪ (Y - X) = (X ∪ Y) - (X ∩ Y) Prove the following: -for all sets A,B and C, if A - (B ∩ C) = ∅ then A- C ⊆ B - for all sets A,B and C, if A ⊆ B ∪ C and B

  49. URGENT HELP WITH DISCRETE MATH PLEASE

    1. for any sets X and Y, we define the symmetric difference X ∆Y by: X∆Y = (X - Y) ∪ (Y - X) = (X ∪ Y) - (X ∩ Y) Prove the following: -for all sets A,B and C, if A - (B ∩ C) = ∅ then A- C ⊆ B - for all sets A,B and C, if A ⊆ B ∪ C and B

  50. math

    1. for any sets X and Y, we define the symmetric difference X ∆Y by: X∆Y = (X - Y) ∪ (Y - X) = (X ∪ Y) - (X ∩ Y) Prove the following: -for all sets A,B and C, if A - (B ∩ C) = ∅ then A- C ⊆ B - for all sets A,B and C, if A ⊆ B ∪ C and B

  51. Math

    A engine for a car can be manufactured in a factory every 35 minutes. The factory starts production at 8:45 and stops at 16:55. (i) Find the number of engines that can be produced in a single working day. I really need help on how to do it!!! Please!!

  52. Managerial ECON

    Suppose that during a given year: (1) the price of TV sets increases by 4% in Japan, (2) the dollar depreciates by 5% with respect to the yen, (3) the consumers’ incomes in the U.S. increase by 3%, (4) the price of elasticity of demand for imported TV

  53. Math

    3 factories produce and ship reclining chairs. Factory % of chairs produced by this factory % of production that is faulty A 20% 10% B 30% 20% C 50% 10% You order a chair and when you receive it, you see that it is faulty. Determine: P(chair came from

  54. Algebra

    Observe the following sets and answer he quesions given below. A = The set of all residens in Mumbai. B = he set of all residens in Bhopal. C = he sets of all residents in Maharashtra. D = The sets of all residents in India. E = The sets of all residents

  55. Economics

    How does increasing or decreasing the quantity of capital goods produced this period affect next period's production possibilities curve and why? The only thing I can think of is that if more products are produced this period, less can be produced next

  56. Economics

    How does increasing or decreasing the quantity of capital goods produced this period affect next period's production possibilities curve and why? The only thing I can think of is that if more products are produced this period, less can be produced next

  57. CALCULUS

    I was given a homework assignment that I need to do but have no idea where to even start. If possible, please include steps. Thank You!!! A factory manufactures widgets. The rate of production of widgets after t weeks is (dx/dt)=30(1-(20/((t+20)^2)))

  58. allied health

    I want to say D. Not sure here Which of the following is true in regard to limited data sets? A. Patients must authorize the use of limited data sets. B. Those who receive limited data sets can pass them on without restrictions. C. Limited data sets

  59. allied health

    which of the following is true in regard to limited data sets> a. Patients must authorize the use of limited data sets. b. those who receive limited data sets can pass them on without restrictions c. limited data sets can't include a patient's city, state,

  60. statistics

    Factories A, B and C produce computers. Factory A produces 3 times as many computers as factory C, and factory B produces 6 times as many computers as factory C. The probability that a computer produced by factory A is defective is 0.02, the probability

  61. college math for teachers

    Use the following sets to complete the givien statements in as many ways as possible. a= a,b,c,d b= e,f c=b,a,c,d d= 1,2,3,4 A. Sets _ and _ are not equivalent and not equal B. Sets _ and _ are not equivalent but are equal. C. Sets _and _ are equivalent

  62. Math

    Can somone help me with this word problem....thanks The cut-right company sells sets of kitchen knives. The basic set consists of 2 utility knives, 1 chef's knife. The Regular set consists of 2 utility knives, 1 chef's knife, and 1 slices.The deluxe set

  63. Math (Algebra)

    If the sum of 3 non-zero distinct real numbers a, b, and c is 2, and the two sets {a,b,c} and {1/a,1/b,1/c} are the same, what is the value of a^2+b^2+c^2? Note: Two sets are the same if there is a one-to-one correspondence between their elements. For

  64. Pre-Algebra

    Complete the sentence below. Scatter plots are used to look for a pattern of association, or trend, between ____________ A) one set of values. B) two sets of values. C) three sets of values. D) four sets of values. My Answer: B) two sets of values.

  65. PROBABILITIES

    Factories A and B produce computers. Factory A produces 3 times as many computers as factory B. The probability that an item produced by factory A is defective is 0.037 and the probability that an item produced by factory B is defective is 0.05. A computer

  66. Math

    The Toyota Co. has a daily production quota of $100,000 worth of cars. They produce two types of cars. Their compact model (x) is valued $10,000 and their luxury car (y) is valued at $20,000. A. Write an inequality that describes the production quota B. On

  67. Math-Algebra

    The Toyota Co. has a daily production quota of $100,000 worth of cars. They produce two types of cars. Their compact model (x) is valued $10,000 and their luxury car (y) is valued at $20,000. A. Write an inequality that describes the production quota B. On

  68. Math

    The Toyota Co. has a daily production quota of $100,000 worth of cars. They produce two types of cars. Their compact model (x) is valued $10,000 and their luxury car (y) is valued at $20,000. A. Write an inequality that describes the production quota B. On

  69. Math

    The Toyota Co. has a daily production quota of $100,000 worth of cars. They produce two types of cars. Their compact model (x) is valued $10,000 and their luxury car (y) is valued at $20,000. A. Write an inequality that describes the production quota B. On

  70. math

    1. A factory manufactures widgets. The rate of production of widgets after t weeks is (dx/dt) = 30(1-((20)/((t-20)^2))) widgets/week. A. Determine the rate at which widgets are produced at the start of week 1. Set up the expression but do not simplify. B.

  71. ACCOUNTING

    If the actual factory overhead applied is more than the actual factory overhead incurred _________. (Points : 1) A a favorable variance is produced B an unfavorable variance is produced C no variance is produced D there is no way to calculate which way the

  72. business math

    A toy store has a beginning inventory of eight sets of paints at a cost of $1.25 each. During the year, the toy store purchased three at $1.50, five at $2, six at $2.50, and ten at $3. By the end of the year, 21 sets were sold.

  73. Math

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

  74. Statistics

    1. For the following exercise, complete the following: a. Find the mean, median, and range for each of the two data sets. b. Find the standard deviation using the rule of thumb for each of the data sets. c. Compare the two sets and describe what you

  75. Grammar

    Rives the paragraph below to create shorter, more direct sentences. Years ago, when most of today's model railroaders were still growing up, the toy world offed a number of fantastic electric train sets that included engines with real steam and whistles

  76. Finite Math

    15 An appliance store sells two brands of televisions. Each Daybrite set sells for $425, and each Noglare set sells for $700. The store’s warehouse capacity for television sets is $400, and new sets are delivered only each month. Records show that

  77. Statistics

    a. Find the mean, median, and range for each of the two data sets. b. Find the standard deviation using the rule of thumb for each of the data sets. c. Compare the two sets and describe what you discover. The following data sets shows the ages of the first

  78. statistics

    . For the following exercise, complete the following: a. Find the mean, median, and range for each of the two data sets. b. Find the standard deviation using the rule of thumb for each of the data sets. c. Compare the two sets and describe what you

  79. statistics

    1. For the following exercise, complete the following: a. Find the mean, median, and range for each of the two data sets. b. Find the standard deviation using the rule of thumb for each of the data sets. c. Compare the two sets and describe what you

  80. Intro to Probability

    Widgets are produced at a certain factory by each of three machines A, B and C. These machines produce 1000, 600 and 400 widgets per day, respectively. The probability that a given widget is defective is 4% for one produced by Machine A, 3% if produced by

  81. Math ~ Check 1 Answer ~

    Complete the sentence below. Scatter plots are used to look for a pattern of association, or trend, between one set of values. two sets of values******* three sets of values. four sets of values

  82. Math

    A company has factories located in New Jersey, Ohio, and Georgia where it manufactures handbags, shoes, and belts. How many days should the company operate each factory in order to exactly fill the order of 2150 handbags, 2300 shoes and 2500 belts? Use the

  83. money

    Ryan gets a gift of $80 on his birthday. He goes to the Lego store to buy Lego sets. The Lego store has small sets for $4, the medium size sets for $16 and the large sets for $32. What is the least number of sets that Ryan can buy if he has to buy at least

  84. quantitative analysis for decision making

    . A food industry produces chips at three factories, located in Birmingham, Glasgow and London. Since the customer should be supplied with fresh products, these are not stored in the factories. The monthly production ability of the factory in London is 750

  85. Pre-Algebra

    Can U Just Check My Answer Please! Thank You Guys :D Complete the sentence below. Scatter plots are used to look for a pattern of association, or trend, between ____________ A) one set of values. B) two sets of values. C) three sets of values. D) four sets

  86. Pre-Algebra

    Can U Just Check My Answer Please! Thank You Guys :D Complete the sentence below. Scatter plots are used to look for a pattern of association, or trend, between ____________ A) one set of values. B) two sets of values. C) three sets of values. D) four sets

  87. math Algerba 1

    A maple syrup producer would like to increase production by 500 gallons per year with a goal of producing at least 20,000 gallons of syrup over the first period of production. If the fist years's production, in gallons is given by x, write expressions for

  88. Math

    Find the number of elements in A1∪A2∪A3, supposing that there are 103 elements in A1, 992 elements in A2, 10011 elements in A3, in each of the following situations: (a) The sets are pairwise disjoint, that is, no pair has common elements, that is, the

  89. math

    Find set A and B (neither are empty) we want A is a subset of B to be true and A is an element of B is true. A ={3} and B = {3, 4} So A is a subset of B But now I am worried about the notation for A to be an element of B. I think of have seen some sets

  90. Economics

    select a country and an economic concern, such as population, unemployment, etc. Search the Library and Internet for data sets for the concern that you have chosen. Where were you able to find data sets? What is the relationship between the variable that

  91. Math

    Help asap 1. What are the next three terms in the sequence? -1, 9, 19, 29... 2. Geoff planted dahlias in his garden. Dahlias have bulbs that divide and reproduce underground. In the first year, Geoff's garden produced 8 bulbs. In the second year, it

  92. math

    In a factory of electronic items, the total cost of production, expressed in thousands of dollars, is given by the function C(x)= (x^2-x+2)/x+1 where x belongs to [0;5] and expressed in hundrends of items produced. 1) calculate in dollars the total cost of

  93. Math!

    What amount 18 months ago is equivalent to $2300, 1.5 year from now if money earn 7% compounded monthly during the interving time? i know: FV=$2300 j=7% m=12 and ?n=36? i=7%/12 PV=FV(1+i)^-n PV=2300(1+.07/12)^-36 PV=1865.48 The answer is $1865.45 What i

  94. math

    Geoff planted dahlias in his garden. Dahlias have bullbs that dvide and reproduce underground. in the first year, geoff's garden produced 4 bulbs. in the second year it produced 8 bulbs and in the third year it produced 16 bulbs. if this pattern continues

  95. Science

    3. Muscles located in the walls of the small intestine help push digested material along. Muscles located in the arteries help push blood along. Based on this information and your understanding of muscle types, which of the following statements is correct?

  96. math

    wouldn't 503 to base 5 be 2003 there are 20 sets of 5 with no extra sets of 5 and 3 left over correct

  97. Quantum numbers

    Which sets of the wuantum numbers are not allowed in the hydrogen atom? For the sets that are incorrect state what is wrong with them. A) n= 4 l=3 ml=4 B) n= 0 l= 0 ml= 0

  98. science

    3. Muscles located in the walls of the small intestine help push digested material along. Muscles located in the arteries help push blood along. Based on this information and your understanding of muscle types, which of the following statements is correct?

  99. Math

    Which is greater the sets of (5-2) or two sets of(2+3) draw a diagram to support your conclusion

  100. Math

    Geoff planted dahlias in his garden. Dahlias have bulbs that divide and reproduce underground. In the first year, Geoff’s garden produced 6 bulbs. In the second year, it produced 12 bulbs, and in the third year, it produced 24 bulbs. If this pattern

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