A firm advertises for workers to address envelopes. Priscilla says she will work 100 hours. Herb will work for 80 hours. If each can address 10,000 envelopes in the time they work, how long would it take them to address

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  1. Math

    Suppose that the number of cars manufactured at an automobile plant varies jointly as the number of workers and the time they work. If 340 workers can produce 204 cars in 4 hours, find the number of workers that can produce 180 cars in 3 hours.

  2. Social Studies

    Which statement explains why division of labor increases work productivity? 1. Employers can pay workers more money when they get more done. 2. Employers must fire some of their workers so fewer people have to get the work done. 3. Workers learn their jobs

  3. world history

    1. Imagine you work in a steel mill in a large industrial city in England in the late 1800s. You live in a neighborhood with other factory workers, and share the same living and working conditions they do. Write a letter to your representative in

  4. Algebra 2

    Two woodworkers, Tom and Carlos, bring in $100 for making a table and $80 for making a chair. On average, Tom must work 3 hours and Carlos 2 hours to make a chair. Tom must work 2 hours and Carlos 6 hours to make a table. If neither wishes to work more

  5. Economic

    Suppose that labor is the only input used by a perfectly competitive firm that can hire workers for $50 per day. The firm’s production function is as follows: Days of Labor/Units of Output: 0/0, 1/7, 2/13, 3/19, 4/25, 5/28, 6/29, 7/29 c. Compute the

  6. maths

    Driving to work alone. It is reported that 77% of workers aged 16 and over drive to work alone. Choose 8 workers at random. Find the probability that a) All drive to work alone b) More than one-half drive to work alone c) Exactly 3 drive to work alon

  7. ECONOMICS

    Imagine a firm that hires two types of workers: some with computer skills and some without. If technology advances so that computers become more useful to the firm, what happens to the marginal product of the two types of workers? What happens to

  8. economics

    supose the following demand and cost function of duopoly firm x=40-0.2p where x=x1+x2 c1=50+2x1+0.5x12 c2=100+10x2 drive riaction function find cournot equilibrium quantity and price calculate the equilubrium price and output of each firm assume firm 1 is

  9. Industrial Hygiene

    1. Three workers (8-hour work shift) were monitored for work in different areas of a facility using calibrated noise dosimeters. The results are summarized in the following table. Time for Monitoring Worker 1 Worker 2 Worker 3 3 hours 80.5 dBA 98.5 dBA

  10. 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

  11. economics

    Can someone assist me with these two questions. Thanks A perfectly competitive firm's demand is ____________ elastic and equal to ____________ which is equal to ____________. A firm is allocating 16 hours a day on its assembly line to producing goods A and

  12. Prob/Stats

    Historically, 5 percent of a mail-order firm's repeat charge-account customers have an incorrect current address in the firm's computer database. a)what is the probability that none of the next 12 repeat customers who call will have an incorrect address?

  13. VERY URGENT, HELP!

    Consider a simple economy consisting of only four firms. Firm A, a mining enterprise, extracts iron ore. Firm B, a Steelmaker, produces steel sheets. Firm C, a carmaker, makes automobile while Firm D produces automobile tires. In 2016, firm A extracts

  14. micro

    We assume that when a firm hires additional workers, the marginal physical product of labor will: 1. decrease because each worker now has less capital and other resources to work with. 2. decrease because the new workers are likely to be less able than the

  15. algebra

    Suppose that the number of cars manufactured at an automobile plant varies jointly as the number of workers and the time they work. If 85 workers can produce 136 cars in 8 hours, find the number of workers that can produce 175 cars in 7 hours.

  16. Math/Economics

    Suppose that a firm has only one variable input, labor, and firm output is zero when labor is zero. When the firm hires 6 workers it produces 90 units of output. Fixed cost of production are $6 and the variable cost per unit of labor is $10. The marginal

  17. Economics

    You’ve been hired by an unprofitable firm to determine whether it should shut down its unprofitable operation. The firm currently uses 70 workers to produce 300 units of output per day. The daily wage (per worker) is $100, and the price of the firm’s

  18. Math

    Ok I need help to figure out how to solve this problem 4 working move into town looking for work. A local business offers them 200 hours of work. The catch is, they have to work the same number of hours as they do days. I.E. if they work 8 hours they have

  19. Managerial Economics

    Help me on this one please? labor usage 3,7,9,11,17,17,20,24,26,28,30 output 1,2,3,5,8,10,15,18,22,21,23 a. does a cubic equation appear to be a suitable specification, given these data? You may construct a scatter diagram to help with this question.

  20. Math

    The number of widgets that a manufacturing plant can produce varies jointly as the number of workers and the time that they have worked. Find the constant of proportionality k to 2 decimal places if 315 workers work 11 hours and can produce 5855.85

  21. math

    A firm advertises for workers to address envelopes. Priscilla says she will work 100 hours. Herb will work for 80 hours. If each can address 10,000 envelopes in the time they work, how long would it take them to address 10,000 envelopes if they work

  22. maths

    at present, a firm is manufacturing2000 items.it is estimated that the rate of change of productionp w.r.t. additional number of workers x is given by dp/dx =100-12x.if the firm employs 25 more workers ,then the new level of production of items is

  23. algebra 1

    You can stuff 321 envelopes in 1 hour and 15 minutes. At this rate, how many envelopes can you stuff in 2 hours? How would you write an equation?

  24. Math/Economics

    Suppose that a firm has only one variable input, labor, and firm output is zero when labor is zero. When the firm hires 6 workers it produces 90 units of output. Fixed cost of production are $6 and the variable cost per unit of labor is $10. The marginal

  25. Probabiltiy

    If n letters were put in n envelopes at random, what is the probability that eactlly n-1 of them were in the correct envelopes?

  26. Math

    There are 75 envelopes in a package. How many envelopes are in 7 packages? A.552 B.10r5 C.525 D.625

  27. math

    kenya has 2 hours to work a 100 problem math test. at what rate must she work in order to finish in 2 hours?

  28. Economics

    Two firms, A and B, each currently dump 50 tons of chemicals into the local river. The government has decided to reduce the pollution and from now on will require a pollution permit for each ton of pollution dumped into the river. The government will sell

  29. Economics

    Should a firm shut down its unprofitable operation. Firm uses 70,000 workers to produce 300,000 units of output per day. Daily wage is $100 p/worker dn price of firms output is $30. Other variable inputs is $500,000 p/day. Do not know the firms' fixed

  30. economics

    You are planning to estimate a short-run production function for your firm, and you have collected the following data on labor usage and output: Labor usage Output 3 1 7 2 9 3 11 5 17 8 17 10 20 15 24 18 26 22 28 21 30 23 Does a cubic equation appear to be

  31. college, Microeconomics

    (Daddy Warbucks employs workers in his perfectly competitive factory. Mr. Smith employs workers in his monopolistic factory as the only producer of the thing you really want. Given the following information, determine how many workers each firm will

  32. Economics

    The firm currently uses 70,000 workers to produce 300,000 units of output per day. The daily wage (per worker) is $100, and the price of the firm’s output is $30. The cost of other variable inputs is $500,000 per day. Although you don’t know the

  33. Math

    The firm currently uses 70,000 workers to produce 300,000 units of output per day. The daily wage (per worker) is $100, and the price of the firm’s output is $30. The cost of other variable inputs is $500,000 per day. Although you don’t know the

  34. math

    If a job can be done by 10 workers in 5 hours, the work load is 10(5) = 50 man-hours. If 4 workers is doing the job for 6 hours, the work done is 4(6) = 24 man-hours. A remaining of 50 - 24 = 26 man-hours of work still needs to be done. Problem Eleven men

  35. Math/Management

    Ten jobs are to be completed by three workers (Sam, Joy, and Kelly) during the next week. Each person works a 40-hour week and is paid an hourly rate: Sam, Joy, and Kelly earn $11, $13, and $14 per hour, respectively. Union rules require workers to be

  36. English

    Thank you very much, Writeacher. Can you check these descriptions of pictures I need to prepare for tomorrow, too. 1) Some workers are at a self-service restaurant (I think it is a sort of canteen in their own firm) and they are choosing their meals from a

  37. statistics

    12.27 A study has been carried out to compare the United Way contributions made by clerical workers from three local corporations. A sample of clerical workers has been randomly selected from each firm, and the dollar amounts of their contributions are as

  38. stats

    A clothing company employs 36 workers on first shift and 19 workers on second shift. Five workers are chosen at random to be interviewed about the work environment. Find the probability of choose: a) All first-shift workers b) all second-shift workers c)

  39. MATH

    You earn $10.00/hour and work 40 hours/week. You invest $4,000.00 at an interest rate of 5% APR for a year. How much interest did that savings earn in a year in terms of hours of work? 100 hours 20 hours 40 hours 400 hours Explain?

  40. statitstics

    A warehouse employs 22 workers on first shift and 14 workers on second shift. Eight workers are chosen at random to be interviewed about the work environment. Find the Probability of choosing: A. All first-shift workers B. All second-shift workers C. Six

  41. microeconomics

    A firm currently uses 40,000 workers to produce 180,000 units of output per day. The daily wage per worker is $100, and the price of the firm's output is $28. The cost of other variable inputs is $500,000 per day. (Note: Assume that output is constant at

  42. math

    8 workers together at the same rate finished a painting job in 5 hours. hour long would it take 12 such workers working at the same rate to finish the same job? each worker finished____(fraction) of the job in one hour. 12 workers finished_____(fraction)

  43. Econ VERY URGENT, HELP!

    Consider a simple economy consisting of only four firms. Firm A, a mining enterprise, extracts iron ore. Firm B, a Steelmaker, produces steel sheets. Firm C, a carmaker, makes automobile while Firm D produces automobile tires. In 2016, firm A extracts

  44. Econ URGENT HELP!

    Consider a simple economy consisting of only four firms. Firm A, a mining enterprise, extracts iron ore. Firm B, a Steelmaker, produces steel sheets. Firm C, a carmaker, makes automobile while Firm D produces automobile tires. In 2016, firm A extracts

  45. Language arts(CHECK ANSWERS)

    please check answers for my language arts. 1.which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly? A.i watched a movie with jane.(I PICK THIS) B.sasha,have you met tim? C.i thought you were going to be here at 6:00 celia. 2.which of the following

  46. Math- VERY IMP. PLZZZ HELP!

    Mrs Walsh is seeking legal advice. A friend of her recommended two law firms - Legal Eagles, which charges a consultation fee of $100 plus $40 per hour and A-1 Attorneys, which charges a consultation fee of $60 per hour. A) Write an equation for the cost

  47. World Business Economics

    13. Dell’s marginal cost curve and average total cost curve of producing a computer would shift upward if: A.) The firm realizes technological improvements B.) Workers become less productive C.) Materials prices decline for the firm D.) Business taxes

  48. Math

    Suppose there is a bag containing 25 envelopes and 10 of the envelopes contain prizes. You reach in, without looking, and select 2 envelopes, without replacement. a) What is the probability that both of your picks are winner? b) What is the probability

  49. stastics

    Imagine that you have 10 CDs and 10 envelopes on a table before you; each CD and each envelope are labelled with a number such as 7 or 10. If you randomly put the CDs into the envelopes provided, what is the probability of matching only one CD into the

  50. math

    Suppose that an accounting firm does a study to determine the time needed to complete one person's tax forms. It randomly surveys 100 people. The sample average is 23.8 hours. There is a known population standard deviation of 6.0 hours. The population

  51. math

    You type four letters to four different people and address the envelopes. If you then insert the letters into the envelopes randomly, what is the probability that exactly three letters will go into the correct envelopes? 1/2 1/3 1/4 0 Explain your answer.

  52. math..probabilities

    You type four letters to four different people and address the envelopes. If you then insert the letters into the envelopes randomly, what is the probability that exactly three letters will go into the correct envelopes? 1/2 1/3 1/4 0 Explain your answer.

  53. math

    You type four letters to four different people and address the envelopes. If you then insert the letters into the envelopes randomly, what is the probability that exactly three letters will go into the correct envelopes? 1/2 1/3 1/4 0 Explain your answer.

  54. Probability

    You type four letters to four different people and address the envelopes. If you then insert the letters into the envelopes randomly, what is the probability that exactly three letters will go into the correct envelopes?

  55. statistics

    3. The personnel director of a corporation will study the overtime work during the previous year for the 2,575 clerical workers. A sample of 100 of these workers will be chosen at random from the files. The average and the standard deviation of the

  56. fractions

    In an assorted pack of 16 envelopes, there are 10 white envelopes, 3 blue envelopes, and 3 grey envelopes. What is the fraction of envelopes that are grey?

  57. Maths

    Devin has 20 blue envelopes. He has 18 fewer yellow envelopes than blue envelopes. He has 5 times as many green envelopes as yellow envelopes. How many envelopes does Devin have in all?

  58. math

    Prize winners for a giveaway program are to be determined as follows: Envelopes for the first 500 entries will be numbered 1 through 500 and laid on a long table. The first official will walk along the table, opening all the envelopes. The second official

  59. Statistics 12.27

    A study has been carried out to compare the United Way contributions made by clerical workers from three corporations. A sample of clerical workers has been randomly selected from each firm, and the dollar amounts of their contributions are as follows.

  60. statistics

    The mean length of a work week for the population of workers was reported to be 39.2 hours. Suppose that we would like to take a current sample of workers to see whether the mean length of a work week has changed from the previously reported 39.2 hours. a.

  61. Statistics Probability

    A contest sets out 20 unmarked envelopes. Two of those envelopes include a letter indicating a prize. The others letters are unmarked. What is the probability of selecting the two matching prize envelopes?

  62. Statistics

    The lifetimes of batteries produced by a firm are known to be normally distributed with a mean of 100 hours and a standard deviation of 10 hours. What is the probability a battery will last between 110 and 120 hours?

  63. Math

    Carl hired 4 people to work in his shipping department for a week at 8 hours a day. However, after working only 4 hours on the third day, the work was completed. How many hours of wages does Carl owe to the workers?

  64. math

    Carl hired 6 people to work in his shipping department for a week at 12 hours a day. However, after working only 6 hours on the third day, the work was completed. How many hours of wages does Carl owe to the workers?

  65. PRE CALC HELP PLEASE

    A plumber, electrician and painter were all hired to work on 3 different house. For Adam's house, a plumber worked a total of 35 hours, an electrician worked 42 hours and a painter needed 29 hrs to complete the job. the total cost of the three workers for

  66. math

    A company produces three types of color TVs: Models X, Y and Z. Each model X requires 2 hours of electronic work and 2 hours of assembly work. Each Y model requires 1 hour of electronic work and 3 hours of assembly work. Each model Z requires 3 hours of

  67. stastistics

    Historically, 5 percent of a mail-order firm’s repeat charge-account customers have an incorrect current address in the firm’s computer database. (a) What is the probability that none of the next 12 repeat customers who call will have an incorrect

  68. grade 9 math algerbra

    elenear is three years older than herb. in twelve years the sum of their ages will be 51. how old is herb today? i did this so far but i don't know what to do next? let x represent herb's age x+3 represent elenear's age x+12+x+3+12= 51

  69. math 9 ALGERBRA!!! HELP! please

    elenear is three years older than herb. in twelve years the sum of their ages will be 51. how old is herb today? i did this so far but i don't know what to do next? let x represent herb's age x+3 represent elenear's age x+12+x+3+12= 51

  70. economics

    A copy company wants to expand production. It currently has 20 workers who share eight copiers. Two months ago, the firm added two copiers, and output increased by 100,000 pages per day. One month ago, they added five workers, and productivity also

  71. Statistics

    I need help figuring out these two problems. I think I have the right idea about solving them but I'm not exactly sure. 8. Two companies market new batteries targeted at owners of personal music players. DuraTunes claimes a mean battery life of 11 hours,

  72. Business Law

    A business has a backlog of orders and to meet its deadlines, management decides to run the firm seven days a week, eight hours a day. One of the employees, Abe Placer, refuses to work on Saturday on religious grounds. His refusal to work means that the

  73. Algebra

    All the members of a construction crew work at the same pace. Four of them working together are able to pour concrete foundations in 32 hours. How many hours would this job take if the number of workers decreased 2 times?

  74. algebra

    All the members of a construction crew work at the same pace. Four of them working together are able to pour concrete foundations in 32 hours. How many hours would this job take if the number of workers: increased 2 times

  75. Math

    a business firm has made an analysis of its production facilities and its production facilities and its personnel. with the present equipment and number of workers, the firm can produce 3, 000 units per day. it was estimated that without any change in

  76. statistics

    An accounting firm is planning for the next tax preparation season. From last year's returns, the firm collects a systematic random sample of 100 filings. The 100 filings showed an average preparation time of 90 minutes with a standard deviation of 140

  77. Probability/Statistics

    A secretary addresses 50 different letters and envelopes to 50 different people, but the letters are randomly mixed before being put into envelopes. What is the probability that at least one letter gets into the correct envelope?

  78. Maths

    cottage firm employed 5 men and 9 women to make two types of articles P and Q. A man takes 2 hours, while a woman takes 3 hours to make one unit of article P and a man takes 1 hour, while a woman takes 2 hours to make one unit of article Q. A man and a

  79. Physics

    If you are given numerous envelopes that contain an unknown amount of "tiles" and are given the mass of each of those envelopes,how might you determine the mass of just one tile?

  80. business

    The vice president of human resources at Ato Enterprises feels strongly that workers need to realize the benefits of their hard work. This reveals the firm's responsibility

  81. Cost accounting

    each bill 1500 hours per year and receive pay of $100,000 each. Four paralegal work for the firm and each receives pay of $40,000 and works 2,000 hours per year. Overhead of $396,000 is anticipated, of which $300,000 is attorney support, and the rest is

  82. managerial economics

    labor usage -3,7,9,11,17,17,20,24,26,28,30 output-1,2,3,5,8,10,15,18,22,21,23 a. does a cubic equation appear to be a suitable specification, given these data? You may construct a scatter diagram to help with this question. b. using the computer software

  83. econ question

    2 questions that im stuck on!!! 1. Suppose a firm has a production function Q = 3(squareroot)N, where N is labour. Suppose the wage is 3, and the price of the output 4. (a) Write the Firm profits (b) Calculate the firm optimal labour choice when the wage

  84. STATISTICS

    A manufacturer has received complaints that aging production equipment is forcing workers to work overtime in order to meet production quotas. Historically, the average hours worked per week at the company is normally distributed, with a mean of 40 hours

  85. Economics

    Please help me on this one! You are planning to estimate a short-run production function for your firm, and you have the following data on labor usage and output: Labor Output 3 1 7 2 9 3 11 5 17 8 17 10 20 15 24 18 26 22 28 21 30 23 A- Does a cubic

  86. economics

    You are planning to estimate a short-run production function for your firm, and you have collected the following data on labor usage and output: Labor Usage: 3 7 9 11 17 17 20 24 26 28 30 Output: 1 2 3 5 8 10 15 18 22 21 23 1) does a cubic equation appear

  87. MICROeconomics - Monopoly

    Please check my answers and correct them. Domestic Market: Pd = 20 000 – 20yd MRd = 20 000 – 40yd Foreign Market: Pf = 25 000 – 50yf MRf = 25 000 – 100yf Firm’s production process shows Constant Returns to Scale and it takes $1,000,000 to produce

  88. algebra

    At the end of their paddling trip, Natalie and Herb drive back in separate vehicles. Natalie has 8 gallons of gas left in the tank of her vintage 1969 Volkswagen Beetle, which gets 30 miles to the gallon. Herb has 12 gallons left in the tank of his 1998

  89. microeconomics

    A firm currently uses 40,000 workers to produce 180,000 units of output per day. The daily wage per worker is $100, and the price of the firm's output is $28. The cost of other variable inputs is $500,000 per day. (Note: Assume that output is constant at

  90. math..probabilities

    You type four letters to four different people and address the envelopes. If you then insert the letters into the envelopes randomly, what is the probability that exactly three letters will go into the correct envelopes? 1/2 1/3 1/4 0 Explain your answer.

  91. lavin

    A firm has the following short-run production function: Q = 100L + 10L2 - 0.7L3 Where Q = quantity of output per week; L = Labor (number of workers) a. When does the law of diminishing returns take effect? b. Calculate the value for Stage I in the

  92. math

    All the members of a construction crew work at the same pace. Six of them working together are able to pour foundation in 22 hours. How many hours would this job take if the number of workers: if the workers increased by the factor two

  93. colloge

    it takes karen 5 hours to stuff a case for envelopes. when she works with Anna, the job takes 3 hours. how long will it take Anna to stuff a case of envelopes by herself

  94. math

    A company produces three types of color TVs: Models X, Y and Z. Each model X requires 2 hours of electronic work and 2 hours of assembly work. Each Y model requires 1 hour of electronic work and 3 hours of assembly work. Each model Z requires 3 hours of

  95. BOS 4301

    1. Three workers (8-hour work shift) were monitored for work in different areas of a facility using calibrated noise dosimeters. The results are summarized in the following table. Time for Monitoring Worker 1 Worker 2 Worker 3 3 hours 80.5 dBA 98.5 dBA

  96. Economics

    The firm currently uses 50,000 workers to produce 200,000 units of output per day. The daily wage per worker is $80, and the price of the firm’s output is $25. The cost of other variable inputs is $400,000 per day. Assume that total fixed cost equals

  97. Math grade 6, 4 operations

    Deepak is 10 years old, and his brother is 7 years old. In how many years time will their total age be 41. Sandy,priscilla&florence shared 540 sweets.sandy took 90 sweets.florence took 3 times as many as the total number of sweets sandy&priscilla took.how

  98. Economics

    Help me on this one please? labor usage -3,7,9,11,17,17,20,24,26,28,30 output-1,2,3,5,8,10,15,18,22,21,23 a. does a cubic equation appear to be a suitable specification, given these data? You may construct a scatter diagram to help with this question.

  99. Economics

    Please Help You are planning to estimate a short-run production function for your firm, and you have collected the following data on labor usage and output: Labor Output 3 1 7 2 9 3 11 5 17 8 17 10 20 15 24 18 26 22 28 21 30 23 a.Does a cubic equation

  100. Managerial ECON

    You are planning to estimate a short- run production function for your firm, and you have collected the following data on labor usage (L) and output (Q): Labor usage Output 3 1 7 2 9 3 11 5 17 8 17 10 20 15 24 18 26 22 28 21 30 23 a. Does a cubic equation

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