Mariel hires Andrew as manager of her sporting goods store. Nothing is said to Andrew about hiring other employees, but the store is understaffed, so Andrew hires two clerks. Andrew has what type of authority to hire the clerks?

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  1. english

    please help me with this exercise Seaside Artist He was once a textile designer for a leading fashion house, but these days Andrew Ruffhead (0) …. seaside rubbish into art. Andrew is what is sometimes (1) …. a beachcomber. He goes out gathering rubbish

  2. Calculus

    A sporting goods store sells 100 pool tables per year. It costs $20 to store one pool table for a year, based on the average inventory on hand. It costs $40 for each delivery of pool tables. How many times per year and in what lot size should the store

  3. History

    Use the passage to answer the question. from Andrew Jackson's Message to Congress "On Indian Removal" “It will separate the Indians from immediate contact with settlements of whites . . . and perhaps cause them gradually, under the protection of the

  4. Math

    kate wants to buy a new bicycle from a sporting-goods store.The bicycle she want normally sells for $360. The store has a sale in which all bicycles cost 5/6 of the regular price. what is the sale price of the bicycle?

  5. algebra

    In Chemistry class, Andrew has earned scores of 64, 69, and 73 on three tests. He must maintain an average of 70 to pass the course. What score must Andrew earn on the final exam to pass the course?

  6. History

    Case Study: General Andrew Jackson: Andrew Jackson's military career spanned several wars including the American Revolution, the Creek War, the War of 1812, and the First Seminole War. After the Creek War, Jackson and the Creek Indians signed the Treaty of

  7. mathematics

    The amount basketball coach spends at a sporting goods store depends on the number of basketball the coach buys.The situation is represented by the function rule a=15b

  8. Algebra

    Andrew needs x dollars for a snack. Scott needs 2 more dollars than Andrew, but Nick only needs half as many dollars as Andrew. Altogether they need $17 to pay for their snacks. How many dollars does Nick need? Thanks so much! Happy Halloween!

  9. Math

    Johnny Mac's Sporting Goods bought a baseball glove from Rawlings Sporting Goods for $66.00. They want to mark up the glove 70% on selling price. What should Johnny's sell the glove for? A. $113.22 B. $179.82 C. $246.42 D. $220.00 I came up with 112.20 66

  10. English

    A student is writing an essay on the presidency of Andrew Jackson. Which sentence would function as a coherent thesis statement? A. Andrew Jackson was the seventh president of the United States and the first who did not come from the aristocracy. B. Andrew

  11. Algebra

    Kate wants to buy a new bicycle from a sporting goods store. The bicycle she wants normally sells for $360. The store has a sale where all bicycles cost 5/6 of the regular price. What is the sale price of the bicycle? Please help solve. Thanks

  12. Math

    Andrew has a combination of 8 quarters, dimes and nickels that add up to a value of 95 cents. How many of each coin does Andrew have?

  13. algebra

    you receive a $25 gift card card to a sporting goods store for your birthday. you are looking at skateboards and want to spend no more than $85 of your own money. a. write and solve an inequality to find the prices(p)in dollars of skateboards you can buy

  14. accounting

    Neer Department Store uses the retail inventory method to estimate its monthly ending inventories. The following information is available for two of its departments at August 31, 2011. Sporting Goods Jewelry and Cosmetics Cost Retail Cost Retail Net sales

  15. Mathematics

    Trevor has $65 to spend at the sporting goods store. He buys 3 cans of tennis balls for $6 each. How many $8 sports towels can Trevor buy?

  16. Fractions

    Last week, a sporting goods store had a big sale. During the sale, shoppers bought 1/15 of the store's basketballs. After the sale, there were 308 basketballs left. How many basketballs were there originally? Can someone please show me how to solve this

  17. SCIENCE!

    i was not taught in my science class any of this, probably a review over 6th grade science, because i learned these in 6th grade.(im in 7th grade now) identifying Errors read the following paragraph and then answer the questions. andrew arrived at school

  18. U.S History

    Case Study: General Andrew Jackson: Andrew Jackson's military career spanned several wars including the American Revolution, the Creek War, the War of 1812, and the First Seminole War. After the Creek War, Jackson and the Creek Indians signed the Treaty of

  19. business law

    Mariel hires Andrew as manager of her store and tells him she will hire all the other employees. Andrew hires Dan, whom he feels is exceptionally qualified. Which of the following best describes the situation Mariel is liable to Dan Andrew is liable to

  20. English

    Use the paragraphs to complete the activity. Patrick lived in Emoryville, but every Saturday morning he rode two city buses to his uncle’s bookstore in Northview, where he worked. He didn’t mind the commute because he loved his job. He loved spending

  21. Math

    Andrew and Daniel recently took part in a marathon. After they had finished, they noticed that Andrew finished ahead of twice as many runners as finished ahead of Daniel, and that Daniel finished ahead of 1.5 times as many runners as finished ahead of

  22. math

    Andrew factored the expression 54x^3-30x^2+15x as 5x(9x^2-6x+3) but when Melissa applied the distributive law and multiplied out 5x(9x^2-6x+3). she got 45x^3-30x^2+15x. thus andrew's solution does not appear to check. why is this? eplain your reasoning and

  23. Maths

    Andrew invited four of his friends to his house for playing games. At first, he prepared some snacks and juice and then started to make arrangements for the games. It took 25 minutes for Andrew to prepare all the games. (i) If each game takes 5 minutes to

  24. Social Studies

    1. What were Andrew Jackson's hopes and dreams for the future? 2. How did Andrew Jackson work to change the United States? 3. How did Andrew Jackson react to key events happening in the United States? 4. Were there any key events in Andrew Jackson's life

  25. math

    Members of the west high school band were hard at work practicing for the annual homecoming parade.First they tried marching in rows of 12 but andrew was left by himself to bring up the rear. Then the director told the band to members to march in columns

  26. operation mangement

    Annual demand for the notebook binders at Andrew’s stationary shop is 10,000 units. Andrew operates the business 300 days per year and finds that deliveries from his supplier generally take 5 working days.

  27. math

    An athlete is making an appearance and signing autographs at a new sporting goods store. He agrees to give 20% of his profit to youth sports programs and 5% of his profit to his manager. If he profits $1,000.00 selling autographs and merchandise, how much

  28. Algebra

    a sporting goods store sold twice as many t-shirts as shorts. T-shirts are $9 each, shorts are $14 each. The total amount of money taken in for both items was $256. find the number of each that was sold. Please help

  29. Law

    Mariel hires Andrew as manager of her sporting goods store. Nothing is said to Andrew about hiring other employees, but the store is understaffed, so Andrew hires two clerks. Andrew has what type of authority to hire the clerks?

  30. Pre Calculus 30

    I'm having a hard time understanding the fundamental counting principal and I don't even know where to start on some of the questions.Here are a few questions I'm having trouble with. 1.Andrea, Brian, Carol, David, Emmalee, Floyd, and Gloria are to stand

  31. history

    “When Andrew Johnson took upon himself the duties of his high office he swore to obey the Constitution and take care that the laws be faithfully executed. That, indeed, is and has always been the chief duty of the President of the United States. The

  32. algebra

    Andrew factored the expression 20x^3-12x^2+8x as 4x(5x^2-12x^2+8x). But when Melissa applied the distributive law and multiplied out 4x(5x^2-12x^2+8x),she got 20x^3-48x^3+32x^2; thus, Andrew's solution does not appear to check. Why is that? Please help

  33. social studies

    Alice and Andrew are discussing thesis development. Alice argues that a topic becomes a thesis if we want to write about the topic. Andrew, on the other hand, maintains that a topic is not a thesis but that a thesis is the foundation of a topic. Who is

  34. math

    A supermarket is carrying out a promotion in January. Andrew is collecting vouchers from the supermarket. Each red voucher is worth 7.5 points. Each blue voucher is worth 10 points. Each yellow is worth 13 points. Andrew collects 150 vouchers in January.

  35. math

    Andrew and Shawn are making kite. They start by drawing their plan onto some squared paper. The initial points that they use are O(0,0), A(7,24) and B(25,0). Andrew says that the fourth vertex of the kite should be on the line that is through (0,0) and

  36. math

    On Monday afternoon, Andrew rowed his boat with current for 4.5 hours and covered 27 miles, stopping in the evening at a campground. On Tuesday morning he returned to his starting point against the current in 6.75 hours. Find the speed of the current and

  37. Language arts

    Read the text trailer for the short story “4102 Elm Street.” Strange noises. Weird odors. No one seen going either in or out. Andrew knew something strange was going on in the house across the street, and he was determined to find out what it was.

  38. Fractions help

    Andrew and Blake had equal amount of money at first. Andrew then spent $10 while Blake was given another $56. In the end, Andrew has one-third as much money as Blake. How much money did Andrew have at first?

  39. Intermidiate Algebra

    Andrew factored the expression -12x^3-28x^2-3x as -4x (3x^2-7x+9). But when Melissa applied the distributive law and multiplied out -4x (3x^2-7x+9), she got -12x^3+28x^2-36x; thus, Andrew’s solution does not appear to check. Why is that? Please help

  40. Algebra

    Andrew factored the expression 28x^3-42x^2+35x as 7x(4x^2+6x-5). But when Melissa applied the distributive law and multiplied out 7x(4x^2+6x-5) , she got 28x^3+42x^2-35x ; thus, Andrew’s solution does not appear to check. Why is that? Please help Andrew

  41. Math

    Andrew factored the expression 28x^3-42x^2+35x as 7x(4x^2+6x-5). But when Melissa applied the distributive law and multiplied out 7x(4x^2+6x-5) , she got 28x^3+42x^2-35x ; thus, Andrew’s solution does not appear to check. Why is that? Please help Andrew

  42. algebra

    Andrew factored the expression 28x©ø-6x©÷-10x as 2x(14x©ø-3x©÷-5x) . But when Melissa applied the distributive law and multiplied out 2x(14x©ø-3x©÷-5x), she got 28x©ù-6x©ø-10x©÷; thus, Andrew¡¯s solution does not appear to check. Why is

  43. English

    Did help with finding the authors purpose and main ideas in this article "A Generation Hobbled by the Soaring Cost of College by Andrew Matin and Andrew Lehren in the New yOrk times

  44. math

    Members of the West High School Band were hard at work practicing for the annual Homecoming Parade. First, they tried marching in rows of 12, but himself to bring up the rear left Andrew. Then the director told the band members to march in columns of

  45. Government

    I am looking for help. I have read this article in the New York Times Several times. It is a lengthy article. It is "A Genratin Hobbled by the soaring cost of college bt Andrew Martin and Andrew Lehran. I cannot figure out the authors purpose or what the

  46. math (fractions)

    Andrew and becky each earn $3 an hour for doing chores. they are going to combine their allowances to buy a video game. how much money do Andrew and becky have to spend on a video game

  47. algebra

    Andrew factored the expression 54x^3-30x^2+15x as 5x(9x^2-6x+3) but when Melissa applied the distributive law and multiplied out 5x(9x^2-6x+3). she got 45x^3-30x^2+15x. thus andrew's solution does not appear to check. why is this? eplain your reasoning and

  48. ss

    During the election of 1824, which candidate won the popular vote and which candidate won the presidency? Andrew Jackson; John Quincy Adams Andrew Jackson; Andrew Jackson John Quincy Adams; John Quincy Adams John Quincy Adams; Henry Clay

  49. Algebra

    Can someone help me with this please. Andrew factored the expression 20x^3-12x^2+8x as 4x(5x^2-12x^2+8x) but when melissa applied the distributive law and multiplied out 4x(5x^2-12x^2+8x)she got 20x^3-48x^3+32x thus Andrews solution does not appear to

  50. Algebra

    Use the five steps for problem solving to answer the following question. Show all work. Andrew is having an irrigation system installed in his yard. Company A charges $1250 plus $15 per sprinkler head. Company B charges $1200 plus $17 per sprinkler head.

  51. Presidents

    Can someone please find me a powerpoint presentation over President Andrew Johnson? Thanks I put "Powerpoint, Pres. Andrew Johnson" into Google and got a number of presentations. Here is the result.

  52. mathematics

    Roman and his good buddy Andrew are both mechanics at a shop that does oil changes. They are in a friendly competition to see who can complete the most oil changes in one day. Roman has already finished 4 oil changes today, and can complete more at a rate

  53. Math

    kate wants to buy a new bicycle from a sporting-goods store.The bicycle she want normally sells for $360. The store has a sale in which all bicycles cost 5/6 of the regular price. what is the sale price of the bicycle?

  54. algebra

    Andrew is making a plan to complete a class math assignment. He has 48 problems to complete over 5 days. He decides to complete the assignment is such a way that his total number of completed problems doubles every day. He realizes that that number must be

  55. Accounting

    Jim Hurley is an accountant for a local manufacturing company. Jim’s good friend, Mike Kotowski, has been operating a retail sporting goods store for about a year. Mike has proposed that the fee he will pay for Jim’s accounting work should be

  56. Information Literacy

    Which of the following is an article from a popular magazine? A. Carroll, Jill and VandeHei, Jim. "Mouse Cells in Stem Lines May Limit Use." Wall Street Journal 24 Aug. 2001: A3. B.Siegal, Andrew. "Neutrality and Consensus: Towards a Viable Policy on Human

  57. Math

    Nene buys a bowling ball that weighs 10 pounds 13 ounces at a sporting goods store.What is the total weight of the bowling ball in ounces?

  58. social studies

    How is money used as a store value? A. People use money to buy productive resources to make goods and services. B. People agree that money has value to purchase needed goods and services. C. People compare the value of different goods and services by their

  59. social studies

    When Andrew became a Roman Catholic priest, making the vow of celibacy was difficult, but he remained true to his commitment. Andrew found along the way that he had a talent for sculpting and began creating exquisite pieces of religious art. Sigmund Freud

  60. Algebra

    Andrew factored the expression 20x^3-12x^2+8x as 4x (5x^2-12x^2+8x). But when Melissa applied the distributive law and multiplied out 4x (5x^2-12x^2+8x), she got 20x^3-48x^3+32x^2; thus, Andrew’s solution does not appear to check. Why is that? Please

  61. history

    hello, I have a general question. What was Andrew Jackson's political views? Did he believe in stronger central government or the state government? Since this is not my area of expertise, I searched Google under the key words "Andrew Jackson views" to get

  62. USA PoliScience

    The presidency has been a consistently activist office since the administration of a. Andrew Jackson. b. Abraham Lincoln. c. U.S. Grant. d. Franklin Roosevelt. e. Richard Nixon. I know for sure it is not Andrew Jackson .. My guess would be.. Roosevelt ?

  63. Principles of Business

    You are planning to open a sporting goods store in your hometown. List the activities you would need to do for each of the functions of management: (1) planning, (2) organizing, (3) directing, and (4) controlling. Also, discuss the levels of management you

  64. English

    Can you please tell me if the following words are still used in English and if not, what shall I use instead? Baker's, butcher's, chemist's, newsagent's, tabacconist's, optician's, fishmonger's, shoe shop, shoe repairer, bookshop, jewellery shop, dairy,

  65. Probability

    Andrew has ten different two-player board games on his shelf. He has them numbered 1 through 10. When he plays the game i against Diego, he has a i^2/100 chance of winning. If Andrew rolls a fair ten-sided die to determine which game to play, the

  66. Math

    The general gist of the question: Peter has to go to an office store, an electronics store, a clothing store, and a sporting store. There are 4 office stores, 4 electronic stores, 8 clothing stores and 5 sporting stores. How many combinations are there? Do

  67. Statictics

    In a small sporting good store there are 3 managers, 8 salesmen, and 5 cashiers. If a person is selected at random, what is the probability that the person is a cashier or a manager?

  68. math

    Johnny Mac's Sporting Goods bought a baseball glove from Rawlings Sporting Goods for $66.00. They want to mark up the glove 70% on selling price. What should Johnny's sell the glove for? A. $113.22 B. $179.82 C. $246.42 D. $220.00 Help my answer is wrong I

  69. algebra

    A sporting goods store with sales for the year of $400,000 and other income of $32,000 has operating expenses of $123,000. Its cost of goods sold is $207,000. What are its gross margin, operating profit, and net profit in dollars? Show all work.

  70. Math -Ultimate challenge puzzle

    andrew, bernard, and clyde are bicicling. each one is riding the bicicle of on friend and wearing the hat of another. the one who wears claude's hat is riding bernard's bicicle. who is riding andrew's bicicle?

  71. Algebra 1

    Andrew is making a plan to complete a class math assignment. He has 48 problems to complete over 5 days. He decides to complete the assignment is such a way that his total number of completed problems doubles every day. He realizes that that number must be

  72. Math

    A sporting goods store paid $576for a shipment of 8 cartons of tennis balls. There are 12 cans of tennis balls in each carton , with 3 tennis balls in each can. How much did the store pay for each can of tennis balls?

  73. Calculus

    A sporting goods store sells 100 pool tables per year. It costs $20 to store one pool table for a year, based on the average inventory on hand. It costs $40 for each delivery of pool tables. How many times per year and in what lot size should the store

  74. Social Studies--Check My Answers Please--

    1. During the election of 1824, which candidate won the popular vote and which candidate won the presidency? a.) Andrew Jackson; John Quincy Adams ***** b.) Andrew Jackson; Andrew Jackson c.) John Quincy Adams; John Quincy Adams d.) John Quincy Adams;

  75. algebra

    you receive a $25 gift card to a sporting goods store for your birthday. yo are looking at skateboards and want to spend no more than $85 of your own money a. write and solve an inequality to find the prices p in dollars of skateboards you can buy b. what

  76. algebra

    WHY ISN'T SOMEONE HELPING ME WITH THIS QUESTION?? you receive a $25 gift card card to a sporting goods store for your birthday. you are looking at skateboards and want to spend no more than $85 of your own money. a. write and solve an inequality to find

  77. statistics

    1)According to past record the average daily sales for a sporting goods store was $3456.00. After a new advertising campaign, the manager wants to see if the average daily sales have changed. A random sample of 20 days gives a sample mean of 3655 with a

  78. Math :-:

    Andrew saved $19 in September. He saved $48 in October and $18 in November. Then Andrew spent $43 on a video game. How much money does Andrew have left?

  79. american hist

    who is king andrew? http://www.google.com/search?q=king+andrew&rls=com.microsoft:en-us:IE-SearchBox&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&sourceid=ie7 Sardonically referring to Andrew Jackson?? ?? yea...i think so thankyou

  80. math

    Kyle and Andrew decide to make some money by raking leaves in their neighborhood. The houses in their neighborhood each have half acre lawns. Kyle and Andrew each start by raking the leaves from their own yards. Kyle realizes it takes him 3 hours to rake

  81. Science

    Andrew is 10 years old and loves to climb trees. Andrew fell while climbing his favorite magnolia tree and broke his ulna. The x-ray reveals that the injured ulna is broken into 4 small pieces. What type of fracture is this? a. incomplete b. complete c.

  82. functions

    Andrew is 5 years older than Tim. Tim is aged 19. Write an equation for x, where x is the age of Andrew. Solve the equation.

  83. MATH PLEASE

    Future Sporting Goods has traditionally had about 25% of the retail business in Martin County. The total estimated sporting goods business in the county for next year is $15,430,000. What sporting goods business can Future project for next year? I CANNOT

  84. history

    how democratic was andrew jackson? I understand that his name is tied very closely to democracy, but some of his actions were like a king's. he was even given the nickname "king andrew the first" how would you measure his 'democraticness' without saying he

  85. Presidents

    Can someone please find me a powerpoint presentation solely on President Andrew Johnson? Thanks I read the answers to your other question, and apparently your request is too specific. Perhaps you can use those sites and prepare your own powerpoint

  86. Maths B

    Andrew got 68 for both English and Maths. The mean for english was 52 and the mean for Maths was 55. The standard deviations were 10 and 8 respectively. Determine the subject in which andrew did better

  87. History!

    I think we can all agree on the fact that Andrew Jackson was one of the most amazingly awesome individuals who ever graced the pages of an American history textbook, for good or ill. Imagine that you’ve been able to invent a time-machine (I know, I know,

  88. math

    Andrew earns $2 more than Barbara, who earned $30 more last week than Andrew. All amounts earned were at straight time. This is a number cross word puzzle mind bender homework problem. ? Andrews hourly rate and Barbara's hourly rate

  89. Math

    Andrew is half as old as Jessica. Which equation represents the sum of Andrew's and Jessica’s ages if their ages total 12? How do I find the equation?

  90. math

    Chris went to his friend Andrew’s birthday party. He travelled 0.55 the distance by bus and walked the rest. a) What fraction of the distance did Chris walk? b) If Chris walked a distance of 1.8km, how far from Andrew did he live? Answer km

  91. help

    Which two of Harding’s cabinet members worked hard to achieve advancements specifically for businesses? A. Andrew Mellon and Albert Fall B. Charles Forbes and Harry Daugherty C. Andrew Mellon and Herbert Hoover D. Herbert Hoover and Charles Forbes

  92. Math

    John takes 2 hours longer than Andrew to peel 400 pounds of apples. If together they can peel 400 pounds of apples in 7 hours, then how long would it take Andrew to peal the apples working alone? Please round your answer to three decimal places.

  93. math

    A local sporting goods store sells hula hoops for $11 each. This week the store owner sold $372 worth of jula hoops. About how many hula hoops were sold?

  94. economics

    The manager of the international department of the McAllen Bank learns on the way to work that the ship on which a local exporter shipped some goods has sunk. The manager has received all the documents required in the letter of credit and is ready to pay

  95. Calculus

    A sporting goods store sells 100 pool tables per year. It costs $20 to store one pool table for a year, based on the average inventory on hand. It costs $40 for each delivery of pool tables. How many times per year and in what lot size should the store

  96. Calculus- please help

    A sporting goods store sells 100 pool tables per year. It costs $20 to store one pool table for a year, based on the average inventory on hand. It costs $40 for each delivery of pool tables. How many times per year and in what lot size should the store

  97. Pre-Algebra

    Mistu purchased a basketball hoop for her driveway from a sporting goods store. After the sales tax rate of 5.5% was applied, the total cost came to $179.35.How much money would Mistu have saved if she had used a coupon good for 10% discount?

  98. corporate finance

    here are questions and please show how you got the answers. 6. Andrew Thompson owns 65,000 shares of Beta Enterprises. His shares have a total market value of $1,820,000. In total, Beta Enterprises has 250,000 shares outstanding. Each share is entitled to

  99. english

    I am required to write 2 different paragraphs for a Penn Foster Assignment. In paragraph 1 I am to bring a polished paragraph on what inspired me to choose my career and why. The second paragraph is about an e-mail to my cousin about a job opening she

  100. history

    what is the republican's name for andrew johnson?

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