I am working a problem and I have to make the following units dimensionless: 11.38g/day * 2.82ug/kg * 17.5kg-day/mg/ 20kg

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  1. Trig

    Find an equation for the hyperbola described. Foci at (-4,0) and (4,0); asymptote the line y= -x. Please explain the steps of this problem. My book does not get an example of this type of problem and I'm not having any luck working this problem.

  2. Math Riddle

    What day would yesterday be if Wednesday was five days before the day after tomorrow? pLEASE HELP ME WITH THE RIDDLE i POSTED!!!!!! EARLIER waht materials could upumuse Alright already! I really wondered why you just didn't pick up a calendar and work the

  3. math

    The value of 4x^3-x/(2x+1)(6x-3) when x=9999 If 7 men working 7 hrs a day for each of 7 days produce 7 units of work, then the units of work produced by 5 men working 5 hrs a day for each of 5 days is? Pls help***

  4. math

    A can do work alone in 15 days whereas B can destroy entire work in 20 days. They are working on alternate days with a working on the first day, B working on the second day, then how many days will work completed?

  5. Math, music and movement

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  6. Math

    In a financial deal, you are promised $800 the first day and each day after that you will receive 45% of the previous day's amount. When one day's amount drops below $1, you stop getting paid from that day on. What day is the first day you would receive no

  7. Algebra

    Word problem: A new photocopier can make 72 copies in 2 min. When the older photocopier is operational, the two photocopiers together can make 72 copies in 1.5 min. How long would it take the older photocopier to make 72 copies working alone? Show work.

  8. math

    Jamal got a job working on a assembly line in a toy factory, on the 20th day of work, he assembled 137 toys, he noticed that since he started , every day he assembed 3 more toys then the day before , how many toys did jamal assemble all together during his

  9. Calculus

    A company's revenue from selling x units of an item is given as R=2000x−3x^2. If sales are increasing at the rate of 50 units per day, how rapidly is revenue increasing (in dollars per day) when 110 units have been sold?

  10. As physics

    (As physics working out please) Which physical quantity has the same base units as energy? SHOW ALL WORKING OUT! A:Moment B:Momentum C:force D:pressure

  11. mangerial econ

    The MorTex Company assembles garments entirely by hand even though a textile machine exists which can assemble garments faster than a human can. Workers cost $50 per day, and each additional laborer can produce 200 more units per day (the same for each

  12. Math

    Omar begins training for a 5km race by running 0.75km on the first day, 0.85 the second day and 0.95 third day. If he keeps increasing his distance each day according to the pace of his first three days on what day in his training program will Omar first

  13. science

    Which of the following is not an advantage of the International System of Units ( the metric system ) A. Having all the scientists in the world use one system makes it easier to communicate results B. The metric units for mass, volume, and length can all

  14. Calculus

    A company's revenue from selling x units of an item is given as R =1700x−x^2. If sales are increasing at the rate of 45 units per day, how rapidly is revenue increasing (in dollars per day) when 290 units have been sold?

  15. managerial economics

    The MorTex Company assembles garments entirely by hand even though a textile machine exists that can assemble garments faster than a human can. Workers cost $50 per day, and each additional laborer can produce 200 more units per day (i.e., marginal product

  16. chemistry asap!

    I'm having trouble solving this percentage concentration problem: A student wants to make 5.00% solution of rubidium chloride using 0.377g of the substance. What mass of water will be needed to make the solution? [g RbCl2/(g RbCl2 + g H2O)]x100 = 5.00

  17. TO TEACHERS AND WRITEACHER

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  18. Oleration management

    A plant has an effective capacity of 900 units per day and produces 800 units per day with its product mix what is its efficiency

  19. Chemistry

    Ethanol boils at a temp. of 78.29 degrees C. What amount of energy, in joules, is necessary to heat to boiling and then completely vaporize a 23 g sample of ethanol initially at 12 degrees C? I know that the molar enthalpy heat of vaporization is 35.56

  20. maths

    Three typists working 8 hours a day type a document in 10 days. If only 2 typists are working, how many hours a day should they work to finish the job in 12 days.

  21. Math

    how do you do a problem like this? 720m/day=?m/mm your units don't match and make no sense. did you mean 720 m/day = ? m/minute? there are 24*60 minutes in a day. so 720 m/day = 720 m/1440 minutes =1/2 m/minute thanks for your help my teacher has me

  22. math

    A company's revenue from selling x units of an item is given as R=1000x−2x2. If sales are increasing at the rate of 20 units per day, how rapidly is revenue increasing (in dollars per day) when 210 units have been sold?

  23. algebra

    snookers lumber can convert logs into either lumber or plywood. In a given day, the mills turns twice as many units of plywood as lumber. in a given day the mill turns twice as many units of plywood as lumber. it makes a profit of $25 on a unit of lumber

  24. Math

    How do you solve proportional relationships? Problem: A gym employee is paid monthly. After working for three months, he had earned $4,500. To determine how much money he will make over a six-month period. 1. He continue to earn the same rate how much will

  25. math

    What is the distance between (2, 3) and ( 2, 7)? Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary. a. 4 units b. 8 units c. 5.7 units d. 11.4 units ____ 8. Trapezoid ABCD is shown. What is the length of diagonal BD? a. 2 units b. 5 units c. 10 units d. 14 units

  26. Math

    Steve earns $24.39/hr operating an industrial plasma torch at a rail car manufacturing plant. he receives $0.58/hr more for working the night shift, as well as $0.39/hr more for working weekends How much does Steve earn for working 11 hours on Sunday

  27. Math

    For a certain shade of pink paint, the ratio of white paint to red paint is 5 to 2. Explain how to use the strip diagram shown below to find at least 6 different quantities of white and red paint that will be in the ratio 5 to 2 (and so will make the same

  28. math

    A hardware supplier manufactures three kinds of fasteners, type A,B and C. Production restrictions require it to make 10 units more of type C than the total of the other types and twice as many type B as type A. The shop must produce a total of 490 units

  29. chemistry

    If someone could figure this problem out and tell me how to do it, i would really appreciate the help! Bryson needs .003 mg of a cholesterol-lowering drug per pound per day. The drug should be taken 3 times a day. If capsules contain .010 mg of the drug,

  30. managerial economics

    The MorTex Company assembles garments entirely by hand even though a textile machine exists that can assemble garments faster than a human can. Workers cost $50 per day, and each additional laborer can produce 200 more units per day (i.e./ marginal product

  31. Managerial Economics

    The MorTex Company assembles garments entirely by hand even though a textile machine exists which can assemble garments faster than a human can. Workers cost $50 per day, and each additional laborer can produce 200 more units per day (the same for each

  32. managerial economics

    The MorTex Company assembles garments entirely by hand even though a textile ma- chine exists that can assemble garments faster than a human can. Workers cost $50 per day, and each additional laborer can produce 200 more units per day (i.e., marginal

  33. Computer Science

    Create a Raptor Flowchart that calculates the amount a person would earn over a period of time if his or her salary were five cents the first day, ten cents the second day, and so on doubling each day. Your program should: 1. Request the number of days. 2.

  34. STATISTICS

    A salesperson contacts eight potential customers per day. From past experience, we know that the probability of a potential customer making a purchase is .05. b.) What is the probability the salesperson will make exactly two sales in a day? this is what I

  35. math 115

    You can use functions to figure how much money you earn in a day..if you work "x" hours in a day and you make $"y" in a day. So let's say that you work 5 hours in a day and you make $9 an hour y=5x+9 9x5=40 would this be the right way of working this

  36. physics

    can someone explain the answers to the question: Consider the following set of equations, where s, s0 and r have units of length, t has units of time, v has units of velocity, g and a have units of acceleration. Take k to be dimensionless.Identify if these

  37. math

    Hey I need some help with this problem. Any ideas on how to solve it? Thanks lots. : A hardware supplier manufactures three kinds of clamps, types A, B and C. Production restrictions require them to make 10 units more type C clamps than the total of the

  38. Algebra

    I do not have to solve the problem--I need to make an equation or two that would HELP me be able to solve it. Tommy's Lumber can convert logs into either lumber or plywood. In a given day, the mill turns out twice as many units of plywood as lumber. It

  39. math

    A machine is either working (state 1) or not workind (state 2). If it is working one day the probability that it will be broken the next day is 0.1. If it is not working one day the probability that it will be working the next day is 0.8. Let Tn be the

  40. math

    Suppose you are looking for a job. You interview with a company that has 10 general employees each make $100 per day, 7 assistants each make $400 per day, 3 managers each make $900 per day, and the owner who makes $1900 per day. The interviewer tells you

  41. Math

    the temperature in degree celcius in a factory during the course of a working day from 6am to 10pm, can be modelled by the function H(t)=18+6sin(pi/8-5pi/4)for6< t < 22 - - where t is the time in hours on 24 hour clock. what are the highest and lowest

  42. math/algebra

    20 Divide: x^2 -49y^2/6x^2+42y divided by (x^2-7xy) = factor the first term. Multiply the first term by the inverse of the second.Combine terms. I will be happy to critique your work. (x-3)(x+5)/2(2x^2) * 2x-10 /x^2 - 25 = x-3/2x^2 ? or am I missing it

  43. math

    by working 8 hour a day 13 farmers can plough a field in day 15 day . in how many day will 26 farmer plough the same field if they work 10 hours a day

  44. Grade 11 U math

    A 135-kg steer gains 3.5kg/day and costs 80 cents/day to keep. The market price for beef cattle is $1.65/kg, but the price falls by 1 cent/day. When should the steer be sold to maximize profit? Revenue= (Price/units)(#of units) Cost=(cost/unit)(# of units)

  45. Maths

    A can do work alone in 15 days whereas B can destroy entire work in 20 days. They are working on alternate days with a working on the first day, B working on the second day, then how many days will work completed?

  46. econmics

    The MorTex Company assembles garments entirely by hand even though a textile ma-chine exists that can assemble garments faster than a human can. Workers cost $ 50 per day, and each additional laborer can produce 200 more units per day ( i. e., marginal

  47. econmics

    The MorTex Company assembles garments entirely by hand even though a textile ma-chine exists that can assemble garments faster than a human can. Workers cost $ 50 per day, and each additional laborer can produce 200 more units per day ( i. e., marginal

  48. 12

    A factory’s worker productivity is normally distributed. One worker (worker 1) produces an average of 75 units per day with a standard deviation of 20. Another worker (worker 2) produces at an average rate of 65 per day with a standard deviation of 21.

  49. Calculus

    I've been working on this problem for while, and I keep getting the answer wrong every time I do it. The volume of the solid obtained by rotating the region enclosed by y=e^(5x+1) y=0 x=0 x=0.8 about the x-axis can be computed using the method of disks or

  50. algebra

    I am tring to work these out and i have been in this for hours it is not clicking thanks for all the help. the question is: Snookers lumber can convert logs into either lumber or plywood. In a given day, the mill turns out twice as many units of plywood as

  51. Geometry

    PLEASE! Someone help me with geometry!? A wooden board is placed so that it leans against a loading dock to provide a ramp. The board is supported by a metal beam perpendicular to the ramp and placed on a 1 ft. tall support. The bottom of the support is 9

  52. math

    my daughter is working on calculating how many triangles point up in equilateral triangle. This is her bonus question: solve this problem for an equilateral triangle with sides measuring n units each. I'm lost, help.

  53. Math

    A patient needs at least 36 units of vitamin supplement A, at least 36 units of vitamin supplement B and at least 24 units of vitamin supplement C. Local brand capsules contain 2 units of A, 3 units of B and 1 unit of C costs P15, while foreign brand

  54. algebra

    Bacteria of species A and species B are kept in a single test tube, where they are fed two nutrients. Each day the test tube is supplied with 19,740 units of the first nutrient and 31,990 units of the second nutrient. Each bacterium of species A requires 4

  55. English

    Writing sentences and paragraphs. Is the below correct? Paragraph 1 I am anxious study this field medical billing and coding that is the reason I am applying for this position. It will be a wonderful experience working in a clinic or hospital. The position

  56. English

    Writing sentences and paragraphs. Is the below correct? Paragraph 1 I am anxious study this field medical billing and coding that is the reason I am applying for this position. It will be a wonderful experience working in a clinic or hospital. The position

  57. Math

    Let N(t) be the number of bacteria after t days. Then N(t) = Pa^t for some constants P and a. Measurements indicate that N(4) = 5600 and N(8) = 362, 000. a. Before working the problem, estimate the value of N(7), the number of bacteria at noon on the

  58. algebra - exponentials

    My question is how do I know that N increases by a factor of 2.9 each day. (see below) Let N(t) be number of bacteria after t days. N(t) = Pa^t for some constants P and a. N(2) = 5400 and N(6)=382,000. a)before working problem, estimate value of N(5). b)

  59. 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

  60. math

    A machine is either working (state 1) or not workind (state 2). If it is working one day the probability that it will be broken the next day is 0.1. If it is not working one day the probability that it will be working the next day is 0.8. Let Tn be the

  61. Markov chains

    A company has 2 machines. On any day, each machine that is working has a 1/3 chance of breaking down. If a machine breaks down during the day, it is sent to a repair facility and will be working 2 days after it breaks down. Letting the state of the system

  62. arithmetic

    Word Problem: A hospital needs to figure the annual budget for an 11 bed facility based on 90% occupancy using a 4 day length of stay. 1st day = $625.00, 2nd day - $315.00, 3rd day = $315.00 and 4th day = $220.00. How much money can they expect to make for

  63. As physics

    (As physics working out please) (SI UNITS) Which physical quantity has the same base units as energy? SHOW ALL WORKING OUT! A:Moment B:Momentum C:force D:pressure

  64. math

    6 min=36000ms ? what are te primer numbers 32,23,54,37 =23,37 you make $180 a dayon a job what will you make for working 1/5 day? =$35

  65. math

    6 min=36000ms ? what are te primer numbers 32,23,54,37 =23,37 you make $180 a dayon a job what will you make for working 1/5 day? =$35

  66. math (statistics)

    Suppose you are looking for a job. You interview with a company that has 10 general employees each make $100 per day, 7 assistants each make $400 per day, 3 managers each make $900 per day, and the owner who makes $1900 per day. The interviewer tells you

  67. writing

    what do my paper needs Im applying for the E R register position at Greenwood Leflore Hospital. I gain knowledge working as a floor secretary and working along with nurses. The experience taught me the value of human life. Learning to feel what a person

  68. math

    The temperature in degree celcius in a factory during the course of a working day from 6am to 10pm can be modelled by the function H(t)=18+6sin(pit/8-5pi/4)for 6

  69. Math, Algebra, Inequalities

    an astronaunt spends 35% of the day working, 0.1 of the day eating, 3/10 of the day sleeping, and the rest of the day exercising. Order the events by duration from least to greatest. Justify your answer.

  70. chemistry

    The following cell was observed to have an emf of 2.25 volts at 25.0oC : Zn(s) | Zn2+(aq, 0.143 M) || Cl2(g, 0.548 atm) | Cl-(aq, ?M) | Pt(s) . Use tables of standard reduction potentials in Petrucci to calculate the concentration of chloride ion in the

  71. M361

    A factory worker productivity is normally distributed. worker A produces an average of 84 units per day with a standard deviation of 24. worker B produces at an average rate of 74 units per day with stanard deviation of 25. (a) what is the probability that

  72. Math

    Am having trouble figuring out how to work this problem. We are currently studying about least common multiples. The problem is: Stacey jogs every third day and swims every fourth day. If she is jogging on Monday, what day of the week will she end up

  73. Statistics

    Is this right? and how can I break it down if needed? A factory’s worker productivity is normally distributed. One worker produces an average of 75 units per day with a standard deviation of 20. Another worker produces at an average rate of 65 per day

  74. algebra 1

    snookers lumber can convert logs into either lumber of plywood. in a given day, the mill turns out three times as many units of plywood as lumber. it makes a profit of $20 on a unit of lumber and $50 on a unit of plywood. how many of each unit must be

  75. Algebra

    review the problem that george worked on he was simplifying an expression but made a mistake working on the following problem what mistake did he make when applying the steps of pemdas, 8 ÷ 2³ - 16 ÷ 2 4³ - 16 ÷ 2 64 - 16 ÷ 2 48 ÷ 2 24 Im real bad

  76. Geometry

    A wooden board is placed so that it leans against a loading dock to provide a ramp. The board is supported by a metal beam perpendicular to the ramp and placed on a 1 ft. tall support. The bottom of the support is 9 feet from the point where the ramp meets

  77. Algebra

    Sorry to post the same question again, but I haven't gotten any answers on the last time I asked which was roughly 9 hours ago. Here's the question: We let g(x) = ⌊x⌊x⌋⌋ for x >= 0. Find the number of possible values of g(x) for 0

  78. 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

  79. Mathematics for Liberal Arts

    Casinos make their money by skimming off the small percentage difference between winning and losing often found in gambling. In this problem, we want to estimate how much a casino make winning 51% of the time, while the patrons win 49% of the time. a)

  80. Maths

    I'm really getting stuck, I've spent a day trying to figure this out, but don't understand. Please could someone help me. Eph = hcT/b I need to rearrange to make b the subject and show and express each term as base SI units

  81. Conversion

    I am working a problem and I have to make the following units dimensionless: 11.38g/day * 2.82ug/kg * 17.5kg-day/mg/ 20kg

  82. physics

    Consider the following set of equations, where s, s0 and r have units of length, t has units of time, v has units of velocity, g and a have units of acceleration. Take k to be dimensionless.Identify if these are dimensionally correct or incorrect. 1)v^2=

  83. physics

    Consider the following set of equations, where s, s0 and r have units of length, t has units of time, v has units of velocity, g and a have units of acceleration. Take k to be dimensionless.Identify if these are dimensionally correct or incorrect. 1)v^2=

  84. math HELP PLEASE

    Ravi is putting up a fence in his backyard. He builds 3 units the first day, 7 units the second day and 11 units the third day. If he continues this pattern, how many days will it take him to finish the 55 unit fence?

  85. MATH

    you make $180 a dayon a job what will you make for working 1/5 day=21.60

  86. eng

    Introduction: You're assigned a book report that is due at the end of the month, you say to yourself "hey that's plenty of time, I'll do it later." The problem is when is later? Is it later in the day, week or later meaning close to the day the book report

  87. Math

    My friend and I are both going to start working. I'm starting Sunday and will have every 9th day off. She's starting Monday (the day after me) and will have every 6th day off. When is the first day we'll both have off to go to the mall? I'll need the

  88. English

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  89. Accounting-HELP ME!

    A company purchased machinery for $660,000 on May 1,2008. It is estimated that it will have a useful life of ten years,salvage value of $45,000, production of 350,000 units, and working hours of 60,000. During 2009 the company uses the machinery 3,050

  90. Science

    We have a problem in AP Physics that we just can't get. It has to do with vector addition. The problem is: If aA+bB+C=0, find the magnitudes of a and b. *A, B, and C are vectors* *i and j are unite vectors* A=(6.0i-8.0j)units B=(-8.0i+3.0j)units

  91. algebra

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  92. Integrating Factors

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  93. Finance

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  94. physics

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  95. Foreign languages

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  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. Triangles math

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  98. English

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  99. L.A.

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  100. PLEEEEEEASE HELP, EMERGENCY!!!!!

    Here is a word problem dealing with The Simplex Method: Maximization, Minimization A dietitian is designing a daily diet that is to contain at least 60 units of protein, 40 units of carbs, and 120 units of fat. The diet is to consist of two types of foods.

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