1. Math

    PLEASE HELP!! SHOW WORK A factory can produce two products, x and y, with a profit approximated by P = 14x + 22y – 900. The production of y must exceed the production of x by at least 100 units. Moreover, production levels are limited by the formula x +

    asked by Latanya on January 10, 2019
  2. math

    A factory can produce two products, x and y, with a profit approximated by P = I think it's b but I'm not really sure. Can someone show me how to do this or let me check my answer? :) 14x + 22y – 900. The production of y can exceed x by no more than 200

    asked by Alex on September 17, 2012
  3. maths

    A factory produces two products A and B using raw materials p and q. It uses 3 units of p and 1 unit of q to produce one unit of A. It uses 1 unit of p and 2 units of q to produce one unit of B. The maximum daily supplies are 330 units of p and 220 units

    asked by maths on July 9, 2013
  4. Algebra

    a factory can produce two products, x and y with a profit approximated by P=14x+22y-900. the production of y can exceed x by no more than 100 units moreover production levels are limited by the formula x+2y,+1,400. what production levels yield maximum

    asked by HELP!!! on December 27, 2015
  5. algebra

    a factory can produce two products, x and y with a profit approximated by P=14x+22y-900. the production of y can exceed x by no more than 100 units moreover production levels are limited by the formula x+2y,+1,400. what production levels yield maximum

    asked by anonymous on January 4, 2013
  6. Math 221 Week3

    A distribution center receives shipment of a product from three different factories in the quantities of 60, 35 and 25. Three times a product is selected at random, each time without replacement. Find the probability that (a) all three products came from

    asked by Carolyn on September 15, 2014
  7. Math 221

    A distribution center receives shipment of a product from three different factories in the quantities of 60, 30 and 20. Three times a product is selected at random, each time without replacement. Find the probability that (a) all three products came from

    asked by Carolyn on September 15, 2014
  8. Corporate Finance

    A company wants to build a new factory for increased capacity. Using 3 capital budgeting methods, make a determination about the economic viability of the proposal using the following information. Building a new factory will increase capacity 30% Current

    asked by Linda on May 16, 2010
  9. Algebra (Please check)

    PLEASE CHECK MY ANSWERS (: I just want to make sure I am doing this correctly __________________________________ Graph the system of constraints and find the value of x and y that maximize the objective function. Constraints: x ≥ 0 y ≥ 0 y ≤ (1)/(5)

    asked by Greg on September 17, 2012
  10. Algebra (Need help desperately)

    I really don't understand these.. can someone show me the correct way of doing them? (if it helps I will pay over paypal for detailed help or will pay in my services (I am a graphic designer, video editor, and web designer)

    asked by Alex Lark on September 17, 2012
  11. 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

    asked by Anonymous on June 22, 2013
  12. MARKETING

    Hi need a help. Can Production orientation be explained as ths: for the producers, marketing forces on, which products to produce? how many products to produce? how to communicate their offers by which media? when n where to make them available to buyers??

    asked by pallavi on February 13, 2012
  13. Algebra

    An electronics store is deciding how to price one of its products. The equation P = -25d^2 + 500d predicts the total profit P as a function of the product's price in dollars d. What price will produce the highest total profit?

    asked by Anonymous on May 22, 2014
  14. math

    The Wyndsor Glass Co produces high quality windows and glass doors. It has three plants. – Plant 1 makes aluminum frames – Plant 2 makes wood frames – Plant 3 makes glass and assembles the products The company wants to introduce 2 new products: 8 ft

    asked by ra on November 23, 2008
  15. math

    The Wyndsor Glass Co produces high quality windows and glass doors. It has three plants. – Plant 1 makes aluminum frames – Plant 2 makes wood frames – Plant 3 makes glass and assembles the products The company wants to introduce 2 new products: 8 ft

    asked by ra on November 23, 2008
  16. calculus

    The net monthly profit, in dollars, from the sale of a certain item is given by the formula P(x) = 10^6[1 + (x-1)e^0.001x], where x is the number of items sold. a) Find the number of items that yield the maximum profit. At full capacity, the factory can

    asked by kim on April 29, 2018
  17. Finite with Calculus Applications

    The Ball Company manufactures three types of lamps, labeled A,B,and C. Each lamp is processed in two departments, I and II. Total available work-hours per day for departments I and II are 400 and 600, respectively. No additional labor is available. Time

    asked by Andre on February 27, 2012
  18. math

    A company has two factories that manufacture tires. Suppose 65% of the tires are manufactured in factory 1 and 35% are manufactured in factory 2. In factory 1, 5% of the tires are defective. In factory 2, 2% of the tires are defective. a) Determine the

    asked by corey on May 23, 2011
  19. 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?

    asked by indira on March 24, 2017
  20. Mathematics!

    A cereal factory has weekly fixed costs of $48,000. It costs $1.37 to produce each box of cereal. A box of cereal sells for $3.99. Express the profit function p(x) that gives the total weekly profit from x boxes of cereal.

    asked by Matt on October 20, 2011
  21. business math 141

    Two machines turn out all the products in a factory, with the first machine producing 45% of the product and the second 55%. The first machine produces defective products 8% of the time and the second machine 9% of the time What is the probability that a

    asked by Taylor on November 12, 2011
  22. 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

    asked by Julie on April 26, 2011
  23. 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

    asked by cmb on December 2, 2010
  24. science

    Consider a hypothetical reaction in which A and B are reactants, and C and D are products. If 22 grams of A completely reacts with 14 grams of B to produce 9 grams of C, how many grams of D will be produced? Show all work! What law does this question

    asked by laila solis on September 26, 2018
  25. Math

    According to the table, what is Ohman's T-Shirt Factory's profit at the profit maximizing point?

    asked by Economics on August 5, 2014
  26. Algebra

    The Yellow Pencil Company sells the best pencils ever made. If the cost of producing x hundred pencils is given by C x x x ( ) 0.4 29 44 = − + 2 and if the revenue generated from the sale of x hundred pencils is R x x x ( ) 0.6 19 = − + 2 . Money is in

    asked by john on November 24, 2015
  27. finance

    A company wants to build a new factory for increased capacity. Using the net present value (NPV) method of capital budgeting, determine the proposal’s appropriateness and economic viability with the following information: • Building a new factory will

    asked by liza on November 18, 2010
  28. Finance

    A company wants to build a new factory for increased capacity. Using the net present value (NPV) method of capital budgeting, determine the proposal’s appropriateness and economic viability with the following information: • Building a new factory will

    asked by Anonymous on November 18, 2010
  29. Algebra

    The Yellow Pencil Company sells the best pencils ever made. If the cost of producing x hundred pencils is given by C(x)=0.4x^2-29x+44 and if the revenue generated from the sale of x hundred pencils is R(x)=-0.6x^2+19x. Money is in thousands of dollars. (a)

    asked by john on November 24, 2015
  30. maths

    in 1994, the profit is $250,000 in 1995, the profit is $280,000 in 1996, the profit is $240,000 in 1997, the profit is $320,000 in 1998, the profit is $310,000 this information is in a chart but charts don't work here so anyways [it looks something like

    asked by kamilla on October 26, 2009
  31. scatter plots

    in 1994, the profit is $250,000 in 1995, the profit is $280,000 in 1996, the profit is $240,000 in 1997, the profit is $320,000 in 1998, the profit is $310,000 this information is in a chart but charts don't work here so anyways [it looks something like

    asked by kamilla on October 26, 2009
  32. us history

    Which of the following best describes the relationship between factory owners in the North and people in the South during the late 1800s? Northern factory owners depended on the South for factory workers to produce goods. Northern factory owners depended

    asked by Oscar on March 24, 2015
  33. programming

    create a program that will do the following: 1. ask the user to enter the names of 5 products 2. the buying and selling price of the 5 products 3. the expense of each type of product(percentage of buying price) task- calculate the gross profit and net

    asked by njeru on July 10, 2014
  34. 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

    asked by cindy on February 22, 2015
  35. math

    A car factory can produce 362 cars every 8 h. How many cars could the factory produce in 44 h?

    asked by Anonymous on May 13, 2013
  36. Math Algebra 2

    An electronics company manufactures personal tape players on which it makes a profit of $28 each and personal CD players where the profit is $33 each. The company intends to produce at least 60 tape players and 100 CD players per day but its factory is not

    asked by ROzina on November 2, 2008
  37. math

    The lawn order lawnmower factory can produce 12 lawnmowers in 8 hours. How many hours will take the factory to produce 30 lawnmowers ?

    asked by You on January 4, 2012
  38. College Math

    A clarinet factory wants to maximize profits. They can produce 250 clarinets per week at a cost of $300 per clarinet, and sell them for $1000 per clarinet. And, they can produce 350 clarinets per week at a cost of $275 per clarinet, and sell them for $900

    asked by Richard D on October 19, 2012
  39. Marketing

    Which of the following statements describes how price relates to profit? A. The lower the price is set, the lower the profit will be. B. The prices a business sets for products and services help in determining the profit of the business. C. A good or

    asked by Meghan on September 9, 2014
  40. Economics

    As a manager of a financial planning business you have two financial planners, Phil and Francis. In an hour, Phil can produce either one financial statement or answer the phone 8 calls,while Francis can either produce 4 financial statements or answer 10

    asked by Nicole on February 11, 2008
  41. Calculus

    As you know, Chemproc, Inc. is a premier manufacturer of chemicals and chemical waste. Further, as has been recently highlighted on the local news, we are in the process of expanding our Lonlinc, Skanebra chemical manufacturing plant to add two or three

    asked by Sarah on May 13, 2012
  42. English

    I forgot to include the following statements. Thank you very much for your corrections. 1)The introduction of new machinery permitted (made it possible)) to sell cheaper products (better. products at a cheaper, more competitive. 2)Work was forbidden for

    asked by Franco on November 26, 2010
  43. Linear Programming to Maximize Profit

    Brian runs a factory that makes Blu-ray players. Each S100 takes 6 ounces of plastic and 4 ounces of metal. Each D200 requires 3 ounces of plastic and 8 ounces of metal. The factory has 300 ounces of plastic, 608 ounces of metal available, with a maximum

    asked by clair on November 23, 2016
  44. Math

    A factory produces x calculators per day. The total daily cost in Shillings incured is 5x^2-800x+500. If the calculators are sold for sh (100-10x) each, i, Determine the profit function ii, Find the number of calculators that would maximize the daily

    asked by mesh on November 30, 2015
  45. Math

    A factory produces x calculators per day. The total daily cost in Shillings incured is 5x^2-800x+500. If the calculators are sold for sh (100-10x) each, i, Determine the profit function ii, Find the number of calculators that would maximize the daily

    asked by Mesh on November 19, 2015
  46. Math

    A factory produces x calculators per day. The total daily cost in Shillings incured is 5x^2-800x+500. If the calculators are sold for sh (100-10x) each, i, Determine the profit function ii, Find the number of calculators that would maximize the daily

    asked by Mesh on November 18, 2015
  47. Pre-Calculus

    Cost,Revenue,and Profit: Estimate the number of scanners that would produce a maximum profit when p is the price per scanner and x is the number of scanners. p= 100-0.0001x and the cost for producing x scanners is C= 350,000+30x and the profit for

    asked by Sam on February 3, 2011
  48. Math

    Gray bought two plots of land for a total of 120000 on the first plot she made a profit of 15% on the second plot she made 10% profit her total profit 5500, how much did she pay for each piece of land? (And please show the full procedure of the math even

    asked by URGENT Help Need by 22.10.13 on October 18, 2013
  49. math

    show graph how a factory can work its employess no more than 6 and and no less than 2 days per week if the work day is 6.5 hours what is the range in hours

    asked by cindy on January 18, 2013
  50. U.S history

    Was Slavery the basis of freedom in colonial America? This what I hvae written I feel like its to much and would like to shorten it and make it sound more college level plz help. In colonial America slavery was the basis of freedom. In areas such as Europe

    asked by rachel on September 16, 2015
  51. Chemistry

    I don't really understand these questions and their processes. And I am a bit iffy on redox reactions. For problem 3, can you show a step by step process how to do the problem? Problem 2, I do not fully understand how to do it at all. How would you know

    asked by Mika on April 6, 2014
  52. Algebra

    A clothing company makes two basic products- shirts and pants. The company has 50 labor hours per day in the cutting department and 70 hours available in the sewing department. It takes 12 minutes to cut a shirt and 15 minutes to sew it. It takes 13

    asked by James on November 1, 2012
  53. algebra

    Annual profit in thousands of dollars is given by the function, P(x) = 100*sqrt(x – 5) + 3000, where x is the number of items sold, x ≥ 5. 3. Find the profit for 6 different values of x (show your work). PLEASE use x = 5, 69, 105, 230, 366, and 489 and

    asked by twin on August 8, 2012
  54. Socials

    Imagine that you are a factory owner in eighteenth-century britain. Write a letter from an employer's point of view to a friend explaining why you think child labour is important to the economy and why it is undesirable to improve working conditions.

    asked by Sara on November 29, 2009
  55. History

    Imagine you are one of the factory workers at Lowell Mills tasked with creating the headline story for this month’s factory newspaper. Factory Workers—Factory Worker Template 1. First paragraph: Hook your reader into wanting to read your article.

    asked by Anonymous on March 11, 2013
  56. statistics

    A manufacturer has a maximum of 240, 360, and 180 kilograms of wood, plastic and steel available. The company produces two products, A and B. Each unit of A requires 1, 3 and 2 kilograms of wood, plastic and steel respectively; each unit of B requires 3, 4

    asked by mary on August 8, 2016
  57. Economics

    You are the manager of a firm that sells CD players and DVD players. You work in Buffalo, New York and this is the middle of winter. So the people that live within walking distance are the only customers you might get, and there are no other stores nearby.

    asked by Leonardo Yang on November 12, 2012
  58. 5th Grade math

    What is a partial-products algorithm. For example 87*65=? How do you do it and show your work? Here is how Chicago Math does it: 87 x65 multiply 80 x 60.....4800 multiply 7 x 60..... 420 multiply 5 x 80.......400 multlply 5 x 7 ........35 add the products.

    asked by Nick on April 18, 2007
  59. Economics

    As a manager of a financial planning business you have two financial planners, Phil and Francis. In an hour, Phil can produce either one financial statement or answer 8 phone calls, while Francis can either produce 4 financial statements or answer 10 phone

    asked by Quinn on February 11, 2010
  60. Pre-Calculus

    P= -0.0001x^2+70x-350000 By graphing this what would be the number that would produce a maximum profit. I tried grapghing it but my calculator is not working with me! Is There another way to find the maximum number that would produce the maximum profit?

    asked by Sam on February 3, 2011
  61. math

    radiators sell for $350. Let x be radiators. profit shown by equation p= -.01x^2 +375x -600,000. What number of radiators will produce the larget possible profit? What is the largest possible profit?

    asked by Sejul on October 10, 2011
  62. finite!!!

    A manufacturing company wants to maximize profits on products A,B, and C. The profit margin is $3 for A, $6 for B, and $15 C. The production requirements and departmental capacities are as follows: DEPARTMENT Prod. Requirements Dept. Capacity A B C (total

    asked by HELP >:((( on December 13, 2011
  63. Microeconomics

    A. At a product of 55 will this firm produce in the short run? Yes or no explain. If it is preferable to produce what will be the profit maximizing or loss minimizing output? What economic profit or loss will the firm realize per unit of output

    asked by Shi on April 10, 2017
  64. U.S History

    Imagine you are one of the factory workers at Lowell Mills tasked with creating the headline story for this month’s factory newspaper. Factory Workers—Factory Worker Template 1. First paragraph: Hook your reader into wanting to read your article.

    asked by #1Student on March 7, 2014
  65. MATH

    1. A factory manufactures two products, each requiring the use of three machines. The first machine can be used at most 60 hours; the second machine at most 30 hours; and the third machine at most 80 hours. The first product requires 2 hours on machine 1,

    asked by ANGELLA on May 12, 2014
  66. 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

    asked by john on January 4, 2017
  67. Math Accounting

    Determine the proposal’s appropriateness and economic viability. For all scenarios, assume spending occurs on the first day of each year and benefits or savings occurs on the last day. Assume the discount rate or weighted average cost of capital is 10%.

    asked by Greg on April 9, 2014
  68. College Algebra

    A yo-yo factory has fixed operating costs of $450,000 per year. In addition to the fixed costs, the cost to produce one yo-yo is $1.10. The yo-yo company sells the yo-yos to a distributor for $5.50 each. How many yo-yos must be sold in a year to earn a

    asked by Bre on February 3, 2016
  69. Algebra 1

    The profit of a company can be modeled using the rule P = -C2 + 10C - 16 where P represents the profit and C represents the cost of the item sold. What cost will produce the maximum profit?

    asked by Jamie Ciacico on August 14, 2015
  70. college algebra

    What is the answers and break down of them, Typing hint: Type x 2 as x^2 (shift 6 on the keyboard will give ^) 1) Solve the following quadratic equation by factoring: a) 7 010 2 xx =++ Answers: Show your work here: b) Solve the quadratic equation using the

    asked by jim on February 14, 2012
  71. algebra

    a factory just outside of newyork city produces 40 packs of gum in 4.2 seconds,each containing 6 sticks of gum. Approximately how many total sticks of gum does the factory produce in one minute?

    asked by jaelen on December 9, 2010
  72. micro economics theory 2

    a watch making firm operating in a competitive market.given by c= 100+ q2., where q is the level of output & c is total cost. a.the price of watches is birr is 60, how many watches produce to maximize profit? b.what will your profit level be? c.at what

    asked by Anonymous on March 19, 2017
  73. algebra

    A company's profit on phone sales is modeled by the function P(x)= -x^2+90x+497,975 where x is the price of a phone. To the nearest dollar, what price gives the maximum profit? Show all work. The answer is $752 per phone, but I don't know how.

    asked by neal on December 14, 2009
  74. business

    Many of the toy products sold in the United States are imported from Taiwan because the Taiwanese can produce these products more efficiently than U.S. companies. This is an example of

    asked by kyle on July 19, 2010
  75. 6th math

    a factory can produce 45 containers of yogurt in t minutes, 950 grams of fruit are used for every 25 containers of yogurt b) find in terms of t the time taken by the factory to produce 100 containers of yogurt c) if t=6 find the amount of fruit used in

    asked by cam on March 5, 2013
  76. math

    a factory can produce 45 containers of yogurt in t minutes, 950 grams of fruit are used for every 25 containers of yogurt b) find in terms of t the time taken by the factory to produce 100 containers of yogurt c) if t=6 find the amount of fruit used in

    asked by tom on March 5, 2013
  77. algebra

    1.)If the airline charges $320 per passenger, find the profit made by the airline for flying 10,000 passengers from New York to Atlanta. Use the equation editor to show all work. Write a sentence to explain your answer. Remember: Profit = Revenue - Cost

    asked by brandon b on August 10, 2016
  78. Finite Math

    Kane Manufacturing has a division that produces two models of hibachis, model A and model B. To produce each model-A hibachi requires 3 lb of cast iron and 6 min of labor. To produce each model-B hibachi requires 4 lb of cast iron and 3 min of labor. The

    asked by Anonymous on December 1, 2016
  79. Finite

    Kane Manufacturing has a division that produces two models of hibachis, model A and model B. To produce each model-A hibachi requires 3 lb of cast iron and 6 min of labor. To produce each model-B hibachi requires 4 lb of cast iron and 3 min of labor. The

    asked by John on November 29, 2016
  80. health care?business

    I am doing a paper on not for profit and for profit health care organizations and i am confused I know for profit is to make money and not for profit has more of the charity help but when i do a search i always get non-for profit so is for-profit

    asked by april on March 28, 2011
  81. Algebra

    The profit for a company that sells chairs is defined by P= -5x^2+200x+200. Where P is profit and x is the number of chairs produced. Find the number of chairs "x" that will produce the maximum profit "P".

    asked by Sophia on May 19, 2013
  82. Math

    Manufacturing A factory manufactures two products, each requiring the use of three machines. The first machine can be used at most hours; the second machine at most hours; and the third machine at most hours. The first product requires hours on machine

    asked by Claudia on March 1, 2014
  83. Math

    Manufacturing A factory manufactures two products, each requiring the use of three machines. The first machine can be used at most 70 hours; the second machine at most 40 hours; and the third machine at most 90 hours. The first product requires 2 hours on

    asked by Claudia on March 1, 2014
  84. finite

    Kane Manufacturing has a division that produces two models of hibachis, model A and model B. To produce each model A hibachi requires 6 lb of cast iron and 12 min of labor. To produce each model B hibachi requires 7 lb of cast iron and 6 min of labor. The

    asked by Tori Wells on March 6, 2015
  85. math

    A factory is to be built on a lot measuring 210 ft by 280 ft. A local building code specifies that a lawn of uniform width and equal in area to the factory must surround the factory. a) What must the width of the lawn be? b) And If the dimensions of the

    asked by Marie on September 7, 2015
  86. New Age Math

    A manufacturer can produce 8,500 units for a total profit of 47,600.00 dollars, but if he increases his production to 11,500 units, then his profit becomes $65,600.00. What is the fixed cost and net profit per unit produced is?

    asked by Tracy on January 28, 2011
  87. math

    A manufacturer can produce 8,500 units for a total profit of 47,600.00 dollars, but if he increases his production to 11,500 units, then his profit becomes $65,600.00. fixed cost is? net profit per unit produced is?

    asked by Mark on January 27, 2011
  88. Math

    A manufacturer can produce 8,500 units for a total profit of 47,600.00 dollars, but if he increases his production to 11,500 units, then his profit becomes $65,600.00. It follows that his fixed cost is? and his net profit per unit produced is?

    asked by Mark on January 27, 2011
  89. 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

    asked by dave on November 23, 2009
  90. Michael

    Which one of the following would increase income inequality as measured by official Census data and the quintile distribution? A. a doubling of social security retirement benefits B. the elimination of the food stamp program C. the elimination of the TANF

    asked by Economics on June 11, 2008
  91. 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

    asked by dave on November 24, 2009
  92. Economics(help!)

    Suppose you are the manager of a watch-making firm operating in a comptetive market.You cost of production is given by C=100+Q^2,Where Q is the level of output and C is total cost. a)If the price of watches is birr 60,how many watches should you produce to

    asked by Anonymous on June 15, 2017
  93. Trig

    Dalco manufacturing estimate that its weakly profit, P, in hundreds of dollars,can be approximated by the formula P= -4x²+8x+7, where x is the number of units produced per week, in thousands. 1)How many units should the company produce per week to earn

    asked by Alex on April 21, 2012
  94. Microconomics [URGENT]

    In the short run, do perfectly competitive firms have a loss of profit or a break even when MC = AVC? Do these firms choose whether to produce or shutdown or both? Do they choose to produce nothing or a specific quantity or both? If MC = ATC in the short

    asked by Anonymous on October 30, 2008
  95. Math11U

    A company has been selling 1200 computer games per week at $18 each. Data indicates that for each $1 price increase, there will be a loss of 40 sales per week. It costs $10 to produce each game. a) State the revenue function b) State the cost function c)

    asked by Katya on July 18, 2010
  96. finite math

    Kane Manufacturing has a division that produces two models of hibachis, model A and model B. To produce each model-A hibachi requires 3 lb of cast iron and 6 min of labor. To produce each model-B hibachi requires 4 lb of cast iron and 3 min of labor. The

    asked by Amber on May 7, 2011
  97. Math

    A factory manufactures two products, each requiring the use of three machines. The first machine can be used at most 70 hours; the second machine at most 40 hours; and the third machine at most 90 hours. The first product requires 2 hours on machine 1, 1

    asked by Ally on September 27, 2013
  98. ela

    how many people worked at the Triangle Factory ( the factory that was famous for waste and the factory caught on fire on March 25, 1911)

    asked by catarina on September 18, 2012
  99. Math help

    A small recording studio that produce its own records is able to press 100 records a day for a profit of $3.60 per record. If a more expensive process is used, production can be increased, but the profit per record diminishes by 2 cents for each additional

    asked by Lala on January 12, 2016
  100. chemistry

    1.)Calculate the number of moles in 3.50 x 10^21 atoms of silver. Show all work. 2.) Calculate the number of atoms in 2.58 mol antimony. Show all work 3.) Determine the mass of 1.45 mol FePO4. Show all work. 4.) Calculate the number of mol in 6.75 g of

    asked by Raina on February 9, 2014