Part 2 - The president of the company is uncomfortable with the precision of the estimates derived for the sample mean. They are not willing to tolerate a very large error. e = .04, how large would the sample size

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  1. History

    Which of the following were actions that motivated Radical Republicans to seek the impeachment of President Johnson? Select the two correct answers. A. ** President Johnson encouraged former Confederate states to reject the Fourteenth Amendment. B.

  2. History

    Which of the following were actions that motivated Radical Republicans to seek the impeachment of President Johnson? Choose all that apply. A. President Johnson encouraged former Confederate states to reject the Fourteenth Amendment. B. President Johnson

  3. financial management

    Last year Rattner Robotics had $5 million in operating income (EBIT). The company had net depreciation expense of $1 million and interest expense of $1 million; its corporate tax rate was 40 percent. The company has $14 million in current assets and $4

  4. Algebra 2

    a company plans to sell embroidered hats for $15. the company's financial planner estimates that the cost, y, of manufacturing the hats is a quadratic function with a y-intercept of 7,920 and a vertex of (150, 9,000). what is the minimum number of hats the

  5. Math

    a bus company has 4000 passengers daily, each paying a fare of $2. for each $0.15 increase, the company estimates that it will lose 40 passengers per day. if the company needs to take in 10 450$ per day to stay in business, what fare should be charged?

  6. Math

    The organizers of of a walkathon get cost estimates from two printing companies to print brochures to advertise the event. The cost are given by the equations below, were C is the cost in dollars and N is the number of brochures. Company A: C = 15 + 0.10n

  7. government

    which of the following is a way a bill can become a law without the president's signature a. the president delegates the signing of a bill to the vice president b. the president waits until the congress is not in session c. the president fails to act on

  8. Logic

    As part of its reorganization, company X created five new positions within the company. However, after the reorganization was complete, company X had fewer employees than before the reorganization. Which one of the following, if true, would best explain

  9. Mathematics

    XYZ Company plans to market a new product.Based on its market studies,the company estimates that it can sell 5500 units in 2004.The selling price will be birr 2 per unit.Variable costs are estimated to be 40% of the selling price.Fixed costs are estimated

  10. Expected Value?

    A company estimates that 0.4% of their products will fail after the original warranty period but within 2 years of the purchase, with a replacement cost of $300. If they offer a 2 year extended warranty for $46, what is the company's expected value of each

  11. History

    1:The Department of Defense is responsible for which of the following? (2 points)Select all that apply. A:Declaring war B:Advising the President*** C:The armed forces*** D:Creating foreign policy 2:The Executive Office of the President is a bureaucracy.

  12. Executive Branch > Check Answers

    1. Of the three types of independent agencies, which one operates much like a private business? government corporations* 2. Suppose the president were hurt badly, and was unable to inform the Vice President that he could not discharge the power and duties

  13. college algebra

    You apply for a job selling diet marshmallows because an ad says that the average company employee earns $50,000 a year. Later you discover that the company has a president, a sales manager, and 30 salespeople; you also learn that each salesperson earns

  14. Expected Value extended warranty

    A company estimates that 0.2% of their products will fail after the original warranty period but within 2 years of the purchase, with a replacement cost of $450. If they offer a 2 year extended warranty for $55, what is the company's expected value of each

  15. American Government

    I need help on my American Government quiz.. Not looking for answers but for someone to see if mine are right, and if not, to help me out. Thanks! 1. When categorizing the Executive Offices of the President, what can you assume when noting the number of

  16. Ethics

    Tony works for a small company that tests electronics products before they are released to the market. The company performs independent quality assurance tests to certify that the products meet all government regulation standards. Tony’s company signs a

  17. US GOV

    Which of the following statements concerning the Twenty-fifth Amendment is incorrect? a. It allows the vice president to serve as acting president in the case of presidential disability. b. It allows the vice president alone to declare the president

  18. statistics

    A manufacturing company produces 10,000 plastic glasses per week. This company supplies plastic glasses to another company, which packages the glasses as part of picnic sets. The second company randomly samples 10 glasses from the supplier. If at least

  19. Quantitative, stastics and business

    A company has three machines A, B and C which all produce the same two parts, X and Y. of all the parts produced, machine A produces 60%, machine B produces 30%, and machine C produces the rest. 40% of the parts made by machine A are part X, 50% of the

  20. Civics

    How does the president’s power to grant reprieves, commutations, and pardons relate to the system of checks and balances? A the president can control judical power B the president can enforce the law of the land C the president can increase his or her

  21. Business Communications

    Which of the following would be an example of an emotional appeal that is part of a persuasive message? (Points: 5) "All of the ingredients we use are home-grown in the United States." "We can save 20% in labor costs if we relocate our plant to the

  22. Statistics

    A small software company bids on two contracts. It anticipates a profit of $60,000 if it gets the larger contract and $25,000 if it gets the smaller contract. The company estimates that there is a 32% chance it will get the larger contract and a 62% chance

  23. government

    which has not been a factor in the growth of presidential power a. the president's ability to take military action b. the president's clemency powers c. the president's ability to use the mass media d. the president's position as chief executive d.

  24. Economics

    A vice president of a company argues that the president of the company should raise workers’ wages if the president wants less absenteeism. The president says that wages probably should be cut so that the workers could not afford to miss so much work.

  25. math

    Compare your estimates for the percentage of male university students from part A and part B. Which estimate do you think is more representative of the population? Use complete sentences in your answer and explain your reasoning.

  26. accounting

    Assume that you are the president of Gaslight Company. At the end of the first year (December 31, 2011) of operations, the following financial data for the company are available:

  27. Chemistry (Check)

    Label each of the three following sentences that describe accuracy with an A. Label each sentence that describes precision with a P. ___P___5. Four of five repetitions of a measurement were named numerically identical, and the fifth varied from the others

  28. science

    Large companies often have different workers who complete each different part of the transportation process. Their job is that single task. Pretend you are the manager of a large company. In three to five sentences, describe three different jobs your

  29. History

    Which of the following is an example of the president's power of recognition? A:The president recognizes the Senate's approval of a treaty B:The president receives foreign diplomats*** C:The president approves another country's political system D:The

  30. Statistics

    part 2 - An entertainment company owns and operates movie theaters in Wyoming. The president of the company is concerned that film rentals are hurting the business. They directed a staff member to estimate the total number of films rented by households in

  31. Statistics

    Part 2 - The president of the company is uncomfortable with the precision of the estimates derived for the sample mean. They are not willing to tolerate a very large error. e = .04, how large would the sample size have to be if they specify a 98%

  32. Statistics

    part 2 - An entertainment company owns and operates movie theaters in Wyoming. The president of the company is concerned that film rentals are hurting the business. They directed a staff member to estimate the total number of films rented by households in

  33. marketing

    ABC Technologies manufactures computer accessories, such as modems and network cards. Even though the company has several purchasing managers, the company president has final authority on all purchases over $500, including the selection of the supplier. In

  34. Statistics

    Waste Today Services operates a garbage hauling company in a South Jersey city. Each year, the company must apply for a new contract with the city. The contract is in part based on the pounds of garbage hauled. Part of the analysis that goes into the

  35. statistics

    Waste Today Services operates a garbage hauling company in a South Jersey city. Each year, the company must apply for a new contract with the city. The contract is in part based on the pounds of garbage hauled. Part of the analysis that goes into the

  36. strategy

    do you believe an individual department’s mission statement can succeed without considering the company’s overall vision and mission statements – why or why not? i believe there could be a possibility. It depends on how together the company is. if

  37. government

    2. A whistleblower makes allegations against the vice president. Which of the following actions is Congress NOT empowered to take? a)impeaching the vice president b)investigating the allegations made against the vice president c)holding committee hearings

  38. Math

    A bus company has 4000 passengers daily, each paying a a fare of For each each $0.15 increase, the company estimates that it will lose 40 passengers. If the company needs to take in $10 450 per day to stay in business, what fare should be charged?

  39. Math

    A bus company has 4000 passengers daily, each paying a fare of $2. For each $0.15 increase, the company estimates that it will lose 40 passengers. If the company needs to take in $10,450 per day to stay in business, what fare should be charged?

  40. Managerial Economics

    As vice president of sales for a rapidly growing company, you are grappling with the question of expanding the size of your direct sales force (from its current level of 60 national salespeople. You are considering hiring from 5 to 10 additional personnel

  41. Managerial Economics

    As vice president of sales for a rapidly growing company, you are grappling with the question of expanding the size of your direct sales force (from its current level of 60 national sales people) You are considering hiring from 5 to 10 additional

  42. econ600

    As vice president of sales for a rapidly growing company, you are grappling with the question of expanding the size of your direct sales force (from its current level of 60 national salespeople). You are considering hiring from 5 to 10 additional

  43. computers

    You have been hired by a small company to network six computers in one small office that will be connected directly to the Internet. The company president wants a cost effective solution that will prevent hackers from accessing the gaining access to the

  44. chemisry

    How does the precision of a calculated answer compare to the precision of the measurements used to obtain it?

  45. Financial Analysis

    The president, vice president, and sales manager of Moorer Corporation were discussing the company's present credit policy.

  46. Managerial Economics

    anyone has answer to this? Discussion question As vice president of sales for a rapidly growing company, you are grappling with the question of expanding the size of your direct sales force (from its current level of 60 national salespeople. You are

  47. computers

    Scenario: You have been employed as the IT Director for the ABC Company. The company comprises 15 employees and it has not upgraded its computer system since 1996. Project: The President of the Company has asked you to replace the computers in every

  48. Civics

    6. If both the president and the vice president are unable to fulfill their duties, who takes over as president? A. President pro tempore of the Senate B. Attorney general C. Speaker of the House D. Secretary of state "In the case that the president can no

  49. government

    who becomes acting president if the president is disabled a. the speaker of the house b. the president pro tempore of the senate c. a candidate nominated by the president d. the vice president d

  50. Intermediate Accounting 305

    You have just been hired as a consultant to Tangier Industries, a newly formed company. The company president, John Meeks, is seeking your advice as to the appropriate inventory method Tangier should use to value its inventory and cost of goods sold. Mr.

  51. Math

    The organizers of of a walkathon get cost estimates from two printing companies to print brochures to advertise the event. The cost are given by the equations below, were C is the cost in dollars and N is the number of brochures. Company A: C = 15 + 0.10n

  52. Statistics

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

  53. accounting

    Credit Policy Review The president, vice president, and sales manager of Moorer Corporation were discussing the company’s present credit policy. The sales manager suggested that potential sales were being lost to competitors because of Moorer

  54. accounting II

    A company has $314,000 in credit sales. The company uses the allowance method to account for uncollectible accounts. The allowance for doubtful accounts now has a $1,890 debit balance. If the company estimates that $8,160 of accounts will be uncollectible

  55. acct ii

    A company has $314,000 in credit sales. The company uses the allowance method to account for uncollectible accounts. The allowance for doubtful accounts now has a $1,890 debit balance. If the company estimates that $8,160 of accounts will be uncollectible

  56. Accounting 1

    Ethic Case The Controller for Anderson Electric, Ron Foss, is reviewing the year-end adjusting entries prepared by the accounting staff for approval before they are posted to the general ledger. Angela Bennett, the company president, has suggested the

  57. accounting 1

    Ethic Case The Controller for Anderson Electric, Ron Foss, is reviewing the year-end adjusting entries prepared by the accounting staff for approval before they are posted to the general ledger. Angela Bennett, the company president, has suggested the

  58. Business

    Is a key part of a company's designation as a "best company to work for" is an evaluation of the company's organizational culture.

  59. Writing

    23. Which portion of this sentence followed by a letter is not parallel? The company president inspired his employees (A), charmed the press (B), and redefined his company's strategic plan (C). __A __B __C __No error

  60. statistics

    A manufacturing company produces 10,000 plastic glasses per week. This company supplies plastic glasses to another company, which packages the glasses as part of picnic sets. The second company randomly samples 10 glasses from the supplier. If at least

  61. math (statistics)

    A manufacturing company produces 10,000 plastic glasses per week. This company supplies plastic glasses to another company, which packages the glasses as part of picnic sets. The second company randomly samples 10 glasses from the supplier. If at least

  62. Business

    If one company(A) owns another company(B) and Company B owns a third company (C) is it safe to say that Company A owns part of Company C? A real life example is the sports media group TSN is 20% owned by ESPN. ESPN is then in turn 80% owned by The Walt

  63. government

    A whistleblower makes allegations against the vice president. Which of the following actions is Congress NOT empowered to take? A. impeaching the vice president B. investigating the allegations made against the vice president C. holding committee hearings

  64. math

    The CEO of a transportation company wants to use a large amount of cash for the purchase of additional new trucks and trailers rather than paying bonuses to its employees. The new trucks are more productive than the existing trucks or used trucks. The used

  65. statistics

    an insurance company estimates 40 percent of its claim have errors. The insurance company wants to estimate with 90 percent confidence the proportion of claims with errors

  66. American Government

    What official becomes president if the president and vice president died at the same time? A. Chief Justice. B. President pro tempore of the Senate. C. Secretary of State. D. Speaker of the House of Representatives.***

  67. principles of business

    Assignment Choose a company that has experienced negative press recently about its financial dealings. Provide a financial summary of your selected company’s financial health, including a timeline of possible financial gains and losses. Define 2

  68. business

    Assignment Choose a company that has experienced negative press recently about its financial dealings. Provide a financial summary of your selected company’s financial health, including a timeline of possible financial gains and losses. Define 2

  69. Economics

    2) An example of a government transfer of funds would include 1) wages paid to the President as part of his salary. 2) Social Security paid to retired department of defense workers.*** 3) funds paid to secret service agents who protect the President. 4)

  70. math

    A company that makes thing-a-ma-bobs has a start up cost of $ 1399. It costs the company $ 1.87 to make each thing-a-ma-bob. The company charges $ 5.89 for each thing-a-ma-bob. Let x denote the number of thing-a-ma-bobs produced. 1. Write the cost function

  71. english

    Which of the following would be an example of an emotional appeal that is part of a persuasive message? A. "All of the ingredients we use are home-grown in the United States." B. "We can save 20% in labor costs if we relocate our plant to the Midwest." C.

  72. Chem

    Precision, Accuracy, and Percent Error: _______________________________________ Suppose a student measures the volume of an aluminum block three times and records the following data: 8.42 cm^3, 8.41 cm^3, and 8.40 cm^3. The accepted volume of the aluminum

  73. math

    An actuary at an insurance company estimates from exsiting data that on a $1000 policy an average 1 and 100 policyholders will file a 20000 claim. in average of 1 in 200 policyolders will file a 50000 claim in average 1 in 500 policyholders will file a

  74. statistical reasioning

    An actuary at an insurance company estimates from exsiting data that on a $1000 policy an average 1 and 100 policyholders will file a 20000 claim. in average of 1 in 200 policyolders will file a 50000 claim in average 1 in 500 policyholders will file a

  75. Mathematics

    Can someone help me with this Math problem? A Company plans to market a new model of house. Based on its market studies, the company estimates that it can sell up to 3,500 units in 2019. The selling price will be $2,000,000/unit. Variable costs are

  76. US History

    25. The views of President Hoover and President Roosevelt on the best ways to solve the problems of the depression. Describe some actions they took to back up these views. (The first part of the question doesn't make sense to me, but that's how it's

  77. INB

    Last year Rattner Robotics had $5 million in operating income (EBIT). The company had net depreciation expense of $1 million and interest expense of $1 million; its corporate tax rate was 40 percent. The company has $14 million in current assets and $4

  78. MATH HELP

    a company carries an $630,000 inventory. The company estimates the annual cost of carrying the inventory at 35% of the ihe inventory value. What is the approximate ANNUAL cost of carring the inventory?

  79. Government

    1. Presidents Bush and Obama's foreign policies with Iran were different for what reason? a. President Bush employed the Monroe Doctrine; President Obama did not. b. President Bush preferred to isolate the adversary; President Obama engaged the adversary.

  80. chemistry

    would this be true, false, or sometimes tru 1)An answear to calculations done with scientific measurements cannot be more precise than the least precise measurement. Calculators cannot improve precision, nor accuracy. Precision is in the measurements. so

  81. financial mang.

    This is my problem i have to figure out can anyone talk me through this? I don't just want a answer i want to know how you come up withthe answer so i can learn from it. Last year Rattner Robotics had $5 million in operating income (EBIT). The company had

  82. Physics Measurement

    Upon what is the precision of a measurement based? It depends upon what is being measured. For volume, the precision depends upon how precisely the buret or graduated cylinder can be read. For mass it depends upon the balance used (triple beam vs

  83. Accounting

    Problem 9-5 Warranties Bombeck Company sells a product for $1500. When the customer buys it, Bombeck provides a one-year warranty Bombeck sold 120 products during 2010. Based on analysis of past warranty records, Bombeck estimates that repairs will average

  84. Webster University

    Your company is considering buying a company that is forecasted to have earnings as shown below. Assuming these estimates to be perfectly accurate, what is the present value of this stream of earnings? Assume an interest rate of 5.5% Year 1 $50,000 Year 2

  85. Statistics

    An insurance company estimates 40 percent of its claims have errors. The insurance company wants to estimate with 90 percent confidence the proportion of claims with errors. What sample size is needed if they wish to be within 5 percent of the actual?

  86. english

    can you evaluate my essay ? tell me waht do you think about it, and what should i do to improve it. Satisfaction The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. This saying made me think about life, people, and their attitude toward it. This

  87. marketing

    Your team has been hired by ABC company’s senior management to conduct a research project. The company has 40 employees and has been in business for 25 years. The company offers sales & service on all sizes of new Xerox copiers. The company has been

  88. Economics

    The company estimates the probability of no damage to be 0.60, the probability of damage between $0 and $10,000 to be 0.25, and the probability of damage between $10,000 and $25,000 to be 0.12. If the company wants to make a profit of $200 above the

  89. maths

    XYZ company plans to market a new product. based on its market studies, the company estimates that it can sell 5500 units in 2004. the selling price will be $2 per unit. variable costs are estimated to be 40% of the selling price. fixed costs are estimated

  90. Project Budget

    For a Company Wide Compliance System Project Budget The project for the company offsite 2-day training session has been given a preliminary go-ahead. However a budget needs to be submitted for approval. Write a 2- to 3-page memo explaining the financial

  91. Chemistry

    How can calculations affect the accuracy and precision of experimental results? Calculations, such as division and addition, can decrease precision in data by generating more digits that can be significant. Nonzero digits are always significant; however,

  92. Criticial thinking

    As part of the reorganization,company X created five new position within the company. However , after the reorganization was complete , company X had fewer employees that before the reorganization

  93. Discreet MAth

    Describe the graph and why it is consistent with the matrix. How many simple paths are there from vertex 1 to vertex 5? Explain.Which is the shortest of those paths? Part II: Trees Construct and describe a tree that indicates the following: A college

  94. Discreet MAth

    Describe the graph and why it is consistent with the matrix. How many simple paths are there from vertex 1 to vertex 5? Explain.Which is the shortest of those paths? Part II: Trees Construct and describe a tree that indicates the following: A college

  95. social studies

    1.What reason did Jefferson give for the Louisiana Purchase being constitutional? A.He declared the purchase was in the best interest of the American people. B. He claimed that the “necessary and proper” clause in the Constitution gave the President

  96. algebra

    XYZ Company plans to market a new product.Based on its market studies,the company estimates that it can sell 5500 units in 2004.The selling price will be birr 2 per unit.Variable costs are estimated to be 40% of the selling price.Fixed costs are estimated

  97. Chemistry

    Is the following sentence true or false? To decide wheather a measurement has good precision or poor precision, the measurement must be made more than once. thanks in advance True. I hate T/F statements that have "must be". Life is full of exceptions to

  98. History

    The Electoral College determines the president and vice president. Each state is given two votes in the college, as well as extra seats based on the state’s population. What is the purpose of the distribution of seats. A. to ensure that the best

  99. fin

    Last year Rattner Robotics had $5 million in operating income (EBIT). The company had net depreciation expense of $1 million and interest expense of $1 million; its corporate tax rate was 40 percent. The company has $14 million in current assets and $4

  100. History of America

    Why (even though he had been elected president twice before) was it difficult for Roosevelt to gain the Republican Party's nomination in 1912? So, what did Roosevelt do? What was his (and his supporters') plan? I only have the answer for the first part and

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