1. algebra

    Lisa has twice the amount of purses as Sally. If Sally has 6 purses, how many does Lisa have?=6x+6 algebra - Ms. Sue, Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 5:44pm 2 * 6 = ? algebra - Jarod, Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 5:59pm Sorry it is 12 so would I 6x2=12 or
  2. finance

    Delphi is the US-based automotive parts supplier that was spun off from General Motors in 2000. With annual sales of over $26 billion, the company has expanded its markets far beyond the traditional automobile manufacturers in the pursuit of a more
  3. English

    Identify the sentence that is punctuated correctly. a) In December, 2013 I visited my aunt for Christmas in Allentown, Pennsylvania, for the first time in 20 years. b) In December 2013, I visited my aunt for Christmas in Allentown, Pennsylvania for the
  4. U.S. Government -PLEASE HELP!

    A contemporary liberal would most likely oppose a federal law created to: 1. impose the same income tax rate on all citizens 2. mandate stricter safety protections in the workplace 3. make healthcare more accessible to low-income families 4. strengthen the
  5. vacation

    If you were going on vacation to New Zealand in December......... What would you pack??? THANKS FOR HELPING!!!!!!! Since December is wintertime in the northern hemisphere, it's summer in the southern hemisphere, where New Zealand is -- so pack for summer.
  6. math

    income 1000 2000 3000 taxes 200 350 450 what percentage of income is paid in taxes at each level?
  7. macroeconomics

    is high income good?could the growth rate of the economy will become high if the individual tend not to consume the income receive by them from firm?
  8. economics

    how would a leader of a developing nation, a us citizen whose income is in the top 1%, and a us citizen whose income is in the bottom 5% talk about scarcity and trade-offs?
  9. Math

    A man had $12,000 to invest. If his income from a savings account earing 7.5% is $280.00 greater than his income from another investment at 8%, how much did he invest at each rate? THANK YOU! :)
  10. consumer math

    Your fixed expenses are $1,035.65/month and are 36% of your realized income. Use proportions to compute the realized income on your budget. I am lost please help
  11. finance

    Anne is planning to attend college when she graduates from high school in 7 years from now. She anticipates that she will need $10,000 at the beginning of each college year to pay for tuition and fees, and have some spending money. Anne has made an
  12. Economics

    Heya! Okay so what income can be earned from land and what can be earned from enterpreneurship. I know that its profit for capital and wages/income for labour Thanks!
  13. tax

    A dependent filing as single in 2017 has an income filing requirement of the greater of $1,050 or earned income plus
  14. economics

    income total spending $10,000 $10,000 20,000 18,000 50,000 35,000 100,000 60,000 If a sales tax of ten percent is levied on all purchases, calculate A. amoust of sales tax paid at each income level and B. the fraction f income paid in taxes at each income
  15. SOLVE -MATH

    A physics exam consists of 9 multiple choice questions and 6 open-ended problems in which all work must be shown.If an examinee must answer 6 of the multiple- choice questions and 3 of the open-ended problems, in how many ways can the questions and
  16. Business Finance

    Assume a bank loan requires a interest payment of $85 per year and a principal payment of $1,000 at the end of the loan's eight-year life. a) How much could this loan be sold for to another bank if loans of similar quality carried a 8.5 percent interest
  17. algebra

    Pick a country of your choice that is experiencing population growth. Using the Library, web resources, and/or other materials to find the most recent population count of the country you have chosen and the population growth rate of that country. Use that
  18. Account

    For the current year, Sheila Jones had adjusted gross income of $100,000. During the year, she contributed $6,000 to her church and an additional $3,000 to qualified charities. She also contributed religious artwork with a fair market value of $60,000 and
  19. math

    jasper owns a small retail store as a sole proprietor. the business records show that the cost of the stores inventory items has been steadily increasing. the cost of the end of the year inventory is 200,000 and the cost of the beginning of the year
  20. math help please

    jasper owns a small retail store as a sole proprietor. the business records show that the cost of the stores inventory items has been steadily increasing. the cost of the end of the year inventory is 200,000 and the cost of the beginning of the year
  21. math

    jasper owns a small retail store as a sole proprietor. the business records show that the cost of the stores inventory items has been steadily increasing. the cost of the end of the year inventory is 200,000 and the cost of the beginning of the year
  22. math help please

    jasper owns a small retail store as a sole proprietor. the business records show that the cost of the stores inventory items has been steadily increasing. the cost of the end of the year inventory is 200,000 and the cost of the beginning of the year
  23. Algebra

    The monthly income I, in dollars, from a new product is given by I(t) = 75000 − 55000e^−0.003t where t is the time, in months, since the product was first put on the market. (Round your answers to the nearest dollar amount.) (a) What was the
  24. science

    The market value in current dollars of all goods and services produced within a country for final use during a year is the a. gross national product. b. gross world product. c. per capital GNP. d. per capita GDP. e. gross domestic product. Developed
  25. math

    Investing inhertance.Norman invested one-half of his inheritance in a CD that had a 10% annoul yield. He lent one-quarter of of his inheritance to his brother -in-law at 12% simple interest. His income from these two investments was $6400 for 1 year. How
  26. business analytics

    Ill be concise:60% of people in survey had income greater than 25k, 40% under 25k. Further, same survey, 70% have exactly 2 cars, while 30% have a different number than 2. The probability that the residents own 2 cars IF income is over 25k is 80%. what is
  27. business math

    How much tax must be sent to the IRS for the first quarter if the annual income is $63,000.00, Social Security is 12.4%, Medicare is 2.9% and federal income tax rate is 22%?
  28. Microeconomics

    Suppose that we compare of income earned by different U.S groups by dividing all households into five groups. Which of the following statements about the income distribution in the United States is correct?
  29. elementary

    Hi, please help me .i don't have how to prepare that science project.how to make dolphins.how to prepare that project.can u please suggest me.
  30. child

    In preparing a budget for a day care center, you must plan for taxes. As an employer, you must pay part of each employee’s _______ tax. A. Social Security C. state income B. federal income D. local
  31. chid

    In preparing a budget for a day care center, you must plan for taxes. As an employer, you must pay part of each employee’s _______ tax. A. Social Security C. state income B. federal income D. local
  32. College Algebra

    If 24% of your monthly pay is withheld for federal income taxes and another 6% is withheld for Social Security, state income tax, and other miscellaneous items, leaving you with $989.50 a month in take-home pay, then the amount you earned before the
  33. accounting

    Pearson began 20XX with 30,000 $1 common shares issued and outstanding. Paid in capital in excess of par was $25,000 and retained earnings were $75,000. Net income for 20XXwas $22,000. Requirements: Review Pearson's transactions for 20XX in the Excel
  34. Math

    Choose the most specific term that will make the following statement true. Do not assume anything more than the information given. I am a ____ because my opposite sides are congruent and parallel. square rectangle parallelogram rhombus
  35. Economics

    The marginal tax rate is defined as the extra taxes paid on additional income divided by the increase in income. Calculate the marginal tax rate for the proportional tax system as income rises from $50,000 to $100,000. Calculate the marginal tax rate as
  36. math

    if the $180 you spend each month on room and board represents 3/5 of your monthly income,what is your monthly income?
  37. 5th grade Math

    the food budget for each month is $540 which is 15% of their household income What is their household income? How?
  38. Help-elasticity

    Demand function is Q=P^(-1.5)I^(0.3) where P is price, and I is income If the goal is to keep Q constant, how much must income change if there is a 2% increase in price.
  39. Accounting

    Directions: Be sure to make a copy of your answer before submitting it to Ashworth College for grading. Unless otherwise stated, answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct English spelling and grammar. Sources must be cited in APA format.
  40. english

    K im not trying to cheat or nothing but im doing this exam im not asking for the answer i just need to understand the first part of the question more it asks me to give a thesis statement for no gumtion and barrio boy, but what im trying to figure out is
  41. Life Science

    What is the Feature of Life that is illustrated in the statement" That boy shot up 5' in only 1 year." ??
  42. Finance Math

    Maggie Vitteta, single, works 40 hours per week at $13 an hour. How much is taken out for federal income tax with one withholding exemption? (Assume the overtime for each employee is a time-and-a-half rate after 40 hours.) (Round your answer to the nearest
  43. economics

    Jerry will receive the following payments: 946 in year 3, 929 in year 5 and 958 in year 9. What is the purchasing power of the present value of these payments if the market interest rate is 17% per year and the inflation rate is 6% per year?
  44. Math

    The Garraty company has two bond issues outstanding. Both bonds pa $100 annual interest plus $1,000 at maturity. Bond L has a maturity of 15 years and Bond S a maturity of 1 year. A). What will be the value of each of these bonds when the going rate of
  45. Finances

    Assume that you have two contracts to choose from: Contract A pays $5,000 per year for 5 years starting one year from today. Contract B pays $5,000 per year for 5 years starting today. The discount rate for each is 6%. Which annuity contract would you
  46. statistics

    Pharmaceutical companies advertise for the birth control pill an annual efficacy of 98.6% in preventing pregnancy. However, under typical use the real efficacy is only about 95%. That is, 5% of women taking the pill for a year will experience an unplanned
  47. Math

    You make $52,800/year as a salaried employee who is paid semi-monthly. Taxes are Federal (15%), FICA (7.65%), and State (3%). You are also having $50/paycheck withheld for health care. What will your realized income be on your next paycheck? $1,585.70
  48. math/financial planning

    bill is in a 30% marginal tax bracket and lives in los angeles and has invested $20,000 in corporate bonds which earns average annual income of 7.5% what will be bills tax return for the current year?
  49. Math

    A physics exam consists of 9 multiple-choice questions and 6 open-ended problems in which all work must be shown. If an examinee must answer 5 of the multiple-choice questions and 2 of the open-ended problems, in how many ways can the questions and
  50. MATH

    A physics exam consists of 9 multiple choice questions and 6 open-ended problems in which all work must be shown.If an examinee must answer 6 of the multiple- choice questions and 3 of the open-ended problems, in how many ways can the questions and
  51. fnance

    A firm has net income of $2,610 and a tax rate of 33 percent. The revenue is $20,400, costs are 78 percent of sales, and interest expense is $100. What is the depreciation expense for the year?
  52. Maths - Cartesian Equations

    Find the corresponding Cartesian equation for each pair of parametric equations: x = t - (1/t) and y = 2*[t + (1/t)] The answer is y^2/16 - x^2/4 = 1 I have no idea where to begin. I tried squaring both equations in hope to easily remove t^2 but ended up
  53. Math

    The Johnsons have accumulated a nest egg of $27,000 that they intend to use as a down payment toward the purchase of a new house. Because their present gross income has placed them in a relatively high tax bracket, they have decided to invest a minimum of
  54. math

    Jeanette wishes to retire in 30 years at age 55 with retirement savings that have the purchasing power of $300,000 in today’s dollars. 1. If the rate of inflation for the next 30 years is 2% per year, how much must she accumulate in her RRSP? 2. If she
  55. chemistry

    determine the volume of stock acid required to prepare 500mL of 0.5mol/L hydrochloric acid. Assume the stock acid is 38% by mass hydrogen chloride and has a density of 1190kg/m3 (1.190g/mL)
  56. Accounting

    Dividing Partnership Income Desmond Drury and Ty Wilkins have decided to form a partnership. They have agreed that Drury is to invest $44,700 and that Wilkins is to invest $104,300. Drury is to devote full time to the business, and Wilkins is to devote
  57. accounting

    Jan Nab is the sole owner of Deer Park, a public camping ground near the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Jan has compiled the following financial information as of December 31, 2010. Revenues during 2010—camping fees $140,000 Market value of
  58. accounting

    An employee earns $40 per hour and 1.75 times that rate for all hours in excess of 40 hours per week. Assume that the employee worked 60 hours during the week, and that the gross pay prior to the current week totaled $58,000. Assume further that the social
  59. Algebra

    The linear equation y=0.15x+0.79 represents an estimate of the average cost of gas for year x starting in 1997. the year 1997 would be represented by x=1, for example, as it is the first year in the study. similarly, 2005 would be year 9, or x=9 A) what
  60. Microeconomics

    The new york times reported that subway ridership declined after a fare increase: " There were nearly four million fewer riders in December 1995, the first full month after the price of a token increased 25 cents to $1.50, than in the previous December, a
  61. Economics

    There is a trade-off between the objective of reducing a trade deficit and the objective of reaching full employment because:(A)Net exports rise as income increases(B)As income increases, the trade deficit rises(C)Imports fall as income increases(D)Fiscal
  62. Managerial Accounting

    What is FedEx’s strategy for success in the marketplace? Does the company rely primarily on a customer intimacy, operations excellence, or product leadership customer value proposition? What evidence supports your conclusion? What are FedEx’s four main
  63. accounting

    A company purchased 1000 units of inventory on September 25 and the cost per unit was $8.50. Terms of the purchase were 2/10, n/30. The invoice was paid in full on October 4. (Assume a perpetual inventory system). Prepare the journal entries to fully
  64. Econmics

    hi, In fact am new to this subject and i would like a have a help for my homeworks. i have got a question which is, National income figures are used to measure the standard of living in a country. What are the limitations of using national income figures
  65. acc 100

    Jan Nab is the sole owner of Deer Park, a public camping ground near the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Jan has compiled the following financial information as of December 31, 2010. Revenues during 2010—camping fees $140,000 Market value of
  66. math

    if the $180 you spend on room and board represents 3/5 of your monthly income, what is your monthly income?
  67. maths

    A man spends 80% of his income. His income increased by 25% and his expenditure increased by 10%. By how much did his savings increase?
  68. FIN 200

    Collins Office Supplies is considering a more liberal credit policy to increase sales, but expects that 9 percent of the new accounts will be uncollectible. Collection costs are 5 percent of new sales, production and selling costs are 78 percent, and
  69. speech

    I need help with where to look for an answer to this question: That no people can see the same thing because the statement is self-discrediting, if the statement were true the person making the statement would have no way of knowing that it is true since
  70. Spanish for Sam

    OK. No sense doing a national holiday that has already passed. Here are 3 ideas: 1. Navidad = Christmas Day, December 25th. 2. Año Nuevo = New Year's Day, Jan 1st. 3. El Día de los Reyes = Epifanía = Epiphany, Jan. 6th = the day Spanish
  71. tax income

    A taxpayer can exclude from income interest received from: A. a savings account established at a local bank. B. a credit union. C. a seller-financed mortgage transaction. D. municipal bonds issued by the state. is it D
  72. Physics

    What is the period of Earth's (nearly) circular motion around the Sun? (2*pi*r)/T 1 year (1 year)/(2*pi) (2*pi)/(1 year) 2*pi*(1 year)
  73. Income tax

    Patricia professional gambler had following income expenses in her business: Gambling Winning---- $275000 Expenses Fees paid for illegal information---$18000 travel costs------$8000 office expenses ------ $ 5000 supplies------$3000 Business long dist.
  74. Calculus--Reiny

    Calculus - Reiny, Friday, December 23, 2011 at 6:59pm I read that as (4a^2-1)/(4a^2-16) * (2-a)/(2a-1) , my brackets are necessary = (2a+1)(2a-1)/( 4(a+2)(a-2) * (2-a)/(2a-1) the (2-a)/(a-2) are opposite, they will give you the -1 so.. = -(2a+1)/(4(a+2)) ,
  75. acc 100

    Metzger Company compiled the following financial information as of December 31, 2010: Revenues $140,000 Metzger, Capital (1/1/10) 70,000 Equipment 40,000 Expenses 125,000 Cash 35,000 Metzger, Drawings 10,000 Supplies 5,000 Accounts payable 20,000 Accounts
  76. The Crucible: Thematic Statement

    I need a thematic statement from the 3rd and 4th acts of The Crucible. I am having a hard time coming up with one though. A thematic statement is structured like this; Topic + what it says about the human condition, motivation, and/or human behavior. The
  77. math

    William, Joseph, Margaret, Frank, and Jeffrey all work for the same company. Frank has been there the longest, eleven years and makes the most money, three times as much as Jeffrey. Margaret has been there the second longest and makes $50,000 a year.
  78. math

    William, Joseph, Margaret, Frank, and Jeffrey all work for the same company. Frank has been there the longest, eleven years, and makes the most money, three times as much as Jeffrey. Margaret has been there the second longest and makes $50,000 a year.
  79. math

    William, Joseph, Margaret, Frank, and Jeffrey all work for the same company. Frank has been there the longest, eleven years and makes the most money, three times as much as Jeffrey. Margaret has been there the second longest and makes $50,000 a year.
  80. math(compound interest )

    A sum of money,X was deposited in a saving account at 10 percent compounded daily on 25 july 1993. on 13 august 1993, rm600 was withdrawn and the balance as on 31 december 1993 was RM 8900.calculate the value of X using exact time and 360 day year.
  81. physics

    A brass ring of diameter 10.00 cm at 19.9°C is heated and slipped over an aluminum rod of diameter 10.01 cm at 19.9°C. Assume the average coefficients of linear expansion are constant. (a) To what temperature must the combination be cooled to separate
  82. Deduction

    Hello, Struggling to get my head around this. So we have this statement. ----------------------------------- If it rains on Monday then mark will carry an umbrella on Monday. It does not rain on Monday. You deduce: Mark does not carry an umbrella on
  83. accounting

    On December 31, 2013, University Theatres issued $500,000 face value of bonds. The stated rate is 8%, and interest is paid semiannually on June 30 and December 31. The bonds mature in 15 years. If required, round your answers to the nearest whole dollar.
  84. accounting

    Assume an error was discovered: land costing $80,000 (net of tax) was charged to Repsir Expense in 2007. What would the adjustment entry be on the retained earnings statement for 2010?
  85. math

    a new car depreciated by 20% in its first year. each succeeding year it depreciated by 10% assume the car is still in good working condition after 10 years. if the car costs $25,000 calculate the value of the car after 10 years. express your answer to the
  86. Accounting

    If Tom, an accountant, agrees to provide accounting services to Carl, a friend, in exchange for Carl fixing Tom's office floor, then: (Points : 1) Tom must report income on his tax return. Carl must report income on his tax return. Neither Tom nor Carl
  87. Statistics

    A certian company enjoyed 3.5% profits in year 1 over its revenue in Year 0. In Year 2, it enjoyed 5.75% profits over Year 1. In Year 3, it posted 1.25% profits over Year 2. What single, constant profit over this period of years would have produced the
  88. economics

    suppose the income elasticity of demand for toys is +2.00. this means that a. a 10 percent increase in income will increase the purchase of toys by 20 percent b. a 10 percent increase in income will increase the purchase of toys by 2 percent c. a 10
  89. income tax preparation

    jim johnson has 40% interest in Richards and Johnson, LLP. The partnership has the following activity for the year sales 180,0000 cost of goods 105,000 guaranted payment richard 25,000 depreciation 11,000 interest expense 1000 tax exempt income 1500
  90. In-text citation

    What would I use as the in-text citation for something like this? "William Cockerill." Encyclopædia Britannica. 2009. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. 23 Jan 2009 <h://w.britannica.c/EBchecked/topic/123681/William-Cockerill>.
  91. FINANCE

    To achieve the benefts from the use of high financial leverage does a company need to generate a higher level of net income or larger amount of stockholders' equity? I think it is net income...
  92. math

    Question 50.50. Let C = 2.32 N + 34180 represent the cost (C) of raising a child to 18 years of age, on an income (N). If the cost is $120,000, what is the income? A. 37,382 B.36,991 c.36,521 35,856
  93. Finance

    to achieve the benefits of high financial leverage does a company need a higher level of net income or a larger amount of stockholder's equity? I think it is net income-because that is profit....
  94. my success

    Which options best describe examples of items that may be used to reduce the amount of your taxable income? (Select all that may apply). tax credits tax deduction interest income exemption Is it a and b
  95. algebra

    help please the equation of y= 1777x+27,153 can be used to predict the number yof gun deaths in the united states after 2000 that is x=0 corresponds is x=2000x=3 x=correspopnds to 2003 x=6 corresponds to 2003 abd so on predict the number of gun deaths in
  96. Algebra

    12. A city whose population was 39,350 in 1995 contained 46,750 people in 2000. (a) Find the exponential growth function for the city. Let t = 0 represent the year 1995. (b) Use the growth function to predict the population of the city in 2009. Round your
  97. Pre-Calculus

    Sales of ski equipment varies through the year from highs in January & December of $20 million, to a low in June of $2 million. Write a trigonometric function that describes this cycle. Calculate the expected sales for April. I think I got the first part:
  98. finance

    company starting salary 75,000 retirement benefits 401k with annual contribution of 5% company will match 3% (for max contribution of 8% salary) avg 401k return within mutual fund options at 8% per year sign on bonus 0 annual bonus after 2 years of service
  99. math

    1 statement 2 is false 2 statement 3 is false 3 statement 4 is false 4 statement 1 is false four statments are given above. how many of the statements are true?
  100. accounting

    identify assumptions and concepts and correct entries. The company used the average cost formula to determine that the cost of merchandise inventory at december 31 was $65,000. on December 31, it would have cost $80,000 to replace the merchandise