# The higher the price of an antique, the greater people’s expectation that the object is rare. That, in turn, makes the antique appear more valuable. If the statements above are correct, then offering an antique for sale at a bargain

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1. ## SCIENCE

Two objects with equal masses are in motion. Which object will have more kinetic energy? (1 point) the object with the greater volume the object with the greater velocity the object with the greater density the object with the greater acceleration*** A

2. ## Statistics

Can someone please help with this? A measurement follows the normal distribution with a standard deviation of 15 and an unknown expectation μ. You can consider that measurement to be the "original" distribution. Two statisticians propose two distinct ways

3. ## Algebra 2

An object is dropped from a small plane. As the object falls, its distance, d, above the ground after t seconds, is given by the formula d = –16t2 + 1,000. Which inequality can be used to find the interval of time taken by the object to reach the height

4. ## Social studies

1. Why do businesses seek an equilibrium price? A. It ensures that competitors cannot offer lower prices B. It attracts the largest possible number of consumers to the business •• C. It provides the highest possible prices that consumers will pay for

5. ## Economics

you are hired as the consultant to a monopolistically competitive firm. The firm reports the following information about its price, marginal cost, and average total cost. Can the firm possibly be maximizing profit? If the firm is profit maximizing, is the

6. ## Math

Out if 56 coins, 18 are rare. If you select 10 of the coins, what us the probability that all of them are rare ? P(picking rare coin) = 18/56 = 0.3214 q= 1-p = 1-0.3214= 0.6786 , number of trials = 10 a) All rare coins: ncr= 10c10= n!/(r!*(n-r) =

7. ## math

A man gains 20% by selling apples at a certain price.if he sells it at Rs 1.2 higher than the previous price he gains 40%. Find the original cost price

8. ## social studies

How do nearby businesses with similar products usually compete? a. offering deals and low prices** b. changing to different product types c. lowering the level of service to save costs d. establishing a minimum price for everyone to use Whar is a positive

9. ## Physics

i'm having trouble with this Which of the following statements about floating objects is correct? a. the object's density is greater than the density of the fluid on which it floats b. the object's density is equal to the density of the fluid on which it

10. ## Science

When a nonzero net force acts on an object the force A.changes the motion of the object B.Must be greater than the reaction force C.Does not change the motion of the object D.is equal to the weight of the object

11. ## English

Read the passage from “Burçin’s Galaxy.” Just a few years ago, while earning her Ph.D. at the University of Minnesota, Mutlu-Pakdil and her colleagues discovered PGC 1000174, a galaxy with qualities so rare they’ve never been observed anywhere

12. ## psy

The higher the price of an antique, the greater people’s expectation that the object is rare. That, in turn, makes the antique appear more valuable. If the statements above are correct, then offering an antique for sale at a bargain price (Points : 1)

13. ## psy

17. The higher the price of an antique, the greater people’s expectation that the object is rare. That, in turn, makes the antique appear more valuable. If the statements above are correct, then offering an antique for sale at a bargain price (Points :

14. ## Science

Object A has a higher temp then object B. Witch statement is true? A) Object A is a better insulator B) Object B is a better conductor C) Heat will travel from Object A to Object B D) Heat will travel from Object B to Object A The answer is C (I know

15. ## Social Studies

How does division of labor affect the final product? Lower price; Lower quality Lower price; Higher quality Higher price; Lower quality Higher price; Higher quality Is it B or D

16. ## Social Studies

1. Why do businesses seek a equilibrium price? A)It ensures that competitors cannot offer lower prices B)It attracts the largest possible number of consumers to the business C)It provides the highest possible prices that consumers will pay for each product

17. ## Math

A university is trying to determine what price to charge for tickets to football games. At a price of ​\$30 per​ ticket, attendance averages 40,000 people per game. Every decrease of ​\$5 adds 10,000 people to the average number. Every person at the

18. ## Managerial finance

Can u please help me on this: High cash flow is generally associated with a higher share price whereas higher risk tends to result in a lower share price. is it true of false?? and why thx

19. ## SS

What is the main purpose of a market? a. to allow people to exchange goods and services b. to set prices for goods and services c. to help producers get human resources d.to increase competition between buyers and sellers A A relative price compares

20. ## physics

Suppose that you shove an object so that it continues to slide (for a little while) across a level floor even after you have stopped pushing, but eventually it comes to a stop due to friction. (Assume there is no air resistance.) While it is sliding across

21. ## Science

24. What does the thermal energy of an object depend upon? A. The temperature and arrangement of the particles in that object. B. The temperature, weight, and number of particles of that object. **** C. The heat of that object and the density of particles.

22. ## Economics

Supply is best defined as the measure of how much producers are willing and able to sell A) above the market-clearing price. B)at any one price in a given period of time. C) at all possible prices. D)according to their resources and profit motives. ( its D

23. ## science

Which of the following is true about an object that floats in water? (1 point) The object is less dense than frozen water. The mass of the object is less than that of water. The density of the object is less than that of water. The volume of the water is

24. ## investment

Would you expect the required rate rate of returns for a U.S investor in U.S common stocks to be the same as the required rate of return on Japanese common stocks? what factors would determine the require rate of return for stocks in these countries?

25. ## Economics

Suppose a manager is interested in implementing third-degree price discrimination. The manager knows that the price elasticity of demand for Group 1 is -2 and the price elasticity of demand for Group 2 is -1.2. Based on this information alone we can

26. ## Science

Which of the following is true about an object that floats in water? (1 point) The object is less dense than frozen water. The mass of the object is less than that of water. The density of the object is less than that of water. The volume of the water is

27. ## Physics

How does mass effect a free falling object? I was thinking that if the mass is greater then object would have a higher acceleration because due to it's weight it would have less drag on it from the air. Something of that sort. Could someone else this to me

28. ## Economics

3. Starting from short-run equilibrium, the following occurs: Labor productivity rises, and individuals expect higher (future) incomes. What will be the effects on the price level, Real GDP, and the unemployment rate in the short run? a.Real GDP will fall,

29. ## Com

Could you please tell me if the first sentence in each paragraph are topic sentences. The higher the interest rate of credit cards, mortgage or vehicles, the less cash we have in our pockets. When the interest rate of savings is higher that means more

30. ## Math

Martin wants to make a scatter plot comparing the temperature outside with the number of people at the city swimming pool. Which of the following trends would most likely represent the data? A/There is no relationship between the temperature and the number

31. ## Personal Finance

Which of the following is a result of a dollar cost averaging investment strategy? A. greater return than a buy-and-hold strategy if prices are rising B. higher average purchase price than the average price over the long term C. lower average purchase

32. ## chemistry

Which substances in each of the following pairs would have the greater entropy? Explain. (a) at 75°C and 1 atm: 1 mol H2O(l) or 1 mol H2O(g) (b) at 5°C and 1 atm: 50.0 g Fe(s) or 0.80 mol Fe(s) (c) 1 mol Br2(l,1 atm, 8°C) or 1 mol Br2(s, 1 atm, -8°C)

33. ## Economics Demand and Supply

How will the following sets of events affect equilibrium price and quantity for the product highlighted in italics? In each case, identify how both the demand and supply curves shift. a) Consumer preferences for spicy food increase at the same time as the

34. ## English

Hi. I need help understanding the following sentence. "And yet--and yet--is it not perhaps to satisfy expectation that one falls into the tragic key in writing of desertness? The more you wish of it the more you get, and in the mean time lose much of

35. ## cs 2

WRITE A PROGRAM THAT WILL ASK FOR A PRICE. IF THE PRICE IS GREATER THAN 1000, COMPUTE A 10% DISCOUNT FROM THE ORIGINAL PRICE. DISPLAY THE COMPUTED DISCOUNT.

36. ## Algebra

when the price for admission to a sporting event was \$100 per ticket, 50000 people attended the event. When the price increased to \$108, the attendance decreased to 45000 people. Which linear equation represents the attendance (d) in terms of the admission

37. ## Economics

I have to draw some Supply/demand curves and I want to know if they are right Personal computers: more user-friendly software become available and the costs of inputs are reduced. Supply moves to the right, demand moves to the left, quantity goes up and so

38. ## physics- MC QUESTIONS

Q 1: which of the following conditions occur when an object is in static equilibrium ? (can be more than one option) a. net force on the object is zero b. net torque on the object is zero c. acceleration of the object is zero d. velocity of the object is

39. ## psy

The higher the price of an antique, the greater people’s expectation that the object is rare. That, in turn, makes the antique appear more valuable. If the statements above are correct, then offering an antique for sale at a bargain price

1)For electrolyte solutions, the _____ the concentration of the electrolyte and the ____ the ion charges, then the ____ the ion-pairing. a) lower, smaller, greater b) higher, smaller, smaller c) higher, greater, greater d) lower, greater, smaller e) lower,

41. ## Math

A store pays 895 for an antique clock and marks the price up by 45%. What is the new price

42. ## physics

(Densities of object 1 and 2 are greater than that of the fluid) 1. Object 1 and 2 have same volume and shape, but object 1 is more dense than object 2, which one has greater buoyant force?? 2. object 1 and 2 has same mass, but density of object 1 is

43. ## statistics

One hundred employees working in the construction, manufacturing, and various other industries were selected for review of salary information and educational level. The salaries of the one hundred employees were reviewed to determine if the employees with

44. ## SS

How would supply shift caused by lower costs of production affect price and quantity? a) higher price, lower quantity b) lower price, lower quantity c) lower price, higher quantity *** d) higher price, higher quantity

45. ## Social Studies

How does division of labor affect the final product? A) Lower price, lower quality B)Lower price, higher quality C)Higher price, Lower quality D)Higher price, Higher quality

46. ## History

How does division of labor affect the final product? (A) lower price lower quality (B) lower price higher quality (C) higher price lower quality (D) higher price higher quality

47. ## economics

The Australian dollar is currently very high, with a value of US\$0.80. Many people expect the Australian dollar to rise even higher by the end of the year, to as much as US\$0.90. Use a ¡°FOREX¡± (foreign exchange market) diagram to show the impact of

48. ## Economics

True or False? At any given time, if the demand for a product is greater than the supply available, the price will be higher. Flase???

Hi, I have some questions about managerial finance. I do not really understand them so can u plz help me out!! Thx Here are the questions: 1. High earnings per share (EPS) do not necessarily translate into a high fundamental stock price. TRUE or FALSE and

50. ## accounting

The sales department thinks it could sell the product at a slightly higher price of \$45/unit, but if the price is raised, it may lose 10% if sales volume in units. What would the expected profitability be if this higher selling price/unit in fact occurred.

51. ## Economics

The Law of Supply (movement along the curve due to the price effect) occurs because A) producers usually offer more for sale at lower prices than at higher prices. B) marginal production costs usually fall at higher rates of production. C) people can buy

52. ## math

Market price with no tax is where supply equals demand, so at \$7. b) The two dollar tax is reflected in the price that people have topay, but it does not give a firm extra income. For instance, pricewas \$7 in part a. Now with the tax, people pay \$9, but

53. ## Banking Finance

The price of a bond at any given point will be ___________ than its face value if coupon rate is _____________ than its yield to maturity. (Select all that apply). 1) Lower, lower 2) Lower, higher 3)Higher, higher 4) Higher, lower

54. ## chemistry

For electrolyte solutions, the __________ the concentration of the electrolyte and the __________ the ion charges, then the __________ the ion-pairing. a) lower, smaller, greater b) higher, smaller, smaller c) higher, greater, greater d) lower, greater,

55. ## chemistry

For electrolyte solutions, the __________ the concentration of the electrolyte and the __________ the ion charges, then the __________ the ion-pairing. a) lower, smaller, greater b) higher, smaller, smaller c) higher, greater, greater d) lower, greater,

56. ## physics

We have used analogies with Newton's Laws to help us understand the behavior of electricity. Which of the following is the best analogy for understanding electrical resistance? Electrical resistance is like the angle on an inclined plane. The steeper the

57. ## physics

Why is that a lighter object with the higher velocity produces a higher kinetic energy than a heavier object with lower velocity ?

58. ## economics

at any giving time,if the demand for a product is greater than the supply available,the price will be higher? true or false , true right.

59. ## financail Management

In Area O, there will be more savers than spenders. Old people have usually accumulated more wealth and usually tend to have it in more conservative investments (i.e. fixed income instruments), whether they be bank deposits, bonds, etc. In Area Y, people

60. ## supply and demand

-what happens if a shortage of a product currently exists in the market? -what happens if a priceincreases? -when a firm advertises products, what does it atten too? -in a market, conpetitive forces guarantee that any price other than the equilibrium price

61. ## chemistry

For electrolyte solutions, the __________ the concentration of the electrolyte and the __________ the ion charges, then the __________ the ion-pairing a) lower, smaller, greater b) higher, smaller, smaller c) higher, greater, greater d) lower, greater,

62. ## Accounting

The individual portion of this assignment is for each person to produce his/her own solution to the following. Claire’s Antiques has fixed cost of \$75,000 per month. Each antique has the following identifiable sales price, variable material costs, and

63. ## profit and loss

a man gains 20 % by selling apples at a certain price. if he sells it at rs. 1.2 higher than the previous price he gained 40 % find original cost price

64. ## MATH

A shopkeeper sets marks up price at 20% higher than it cost price and discount of 10%. If the cost price is Rs. 220, what is the sell price?

65. ## Economics

The market demand and supply curves for an agricultural product are as follows: Qd = 4,500 - 250P; Qs = 200P where quantities are in thousands of bushels per annum and price is in dollars per bushel. The government wishes to achieve a higher point on the

For an outdoor concert, a ticket price of \$30 typically attracts 5000 people. For each \$1 increase in the ticket price, 100 fewer people will attend. The revenue, R, is the product of the number of people attending and the price per ticket. a) Let x

67. ## Math

Jessica bought an antique candle holder for \$300. The antique appreciates in value by 5.5% per year. When will the value of the candle holder by \$3000? Round the answer to the nearest tenth.

68. ## economics

Q: The market demand and supply curves for an agricultural product are as follows: Qd = 4500-250P and Qs = 200p where quantities are in thousands of bushels per annum and price is in dollars per bushel. the government wishes to acheive a higher point on

69. ## Economics

One supply-side measure introduced by the Reagan administration was a cut in income tax rates. Use an aggregate demand-supply diagram to show what the effect was intended. What might happen if such a tax cut also generated a change in aggregate demand?

70. ## PHI

Which of the following does Peter Singer assert about the principle of equality? (Points : 1) People should have equal rights because they are factually equal. People with higher abilities, it stands to reason, should have greater rights. Different groups

71. ## phi

Which of the following does Peter Singer assert about the principle of equality? (Points : 1) People should have equal rights because they are factually equal. People with higher abilities, it stands to reason, should have greater rights. Different groups

72. ## math

t shirt company makes polo shirts with expectation that it will earn a profit of 50% by selling each shirt at its marked price.but during delivery to show rooms,17% of shirts were completely solied and hence could not be sold, 18% of shirts were slightly

Jud Wheeler signed a contract to purchase 10 acres of land in Idaho from the Krauses. If Jud offered the Krauses considerably less for their property than its possible market value and the Krauses accepted the offer, could they avoid the contract on later

Jud Wheeler signed a contract to purchase 10 acres of land in Idaho from the Krauses. If Jud offered the Krauses considerably less for their property than its possible market value and the Krauses accepted the offer, could they avoid the contract on later

Jud Wheeler signed a contract to purchase 10 acres of land in Idaho from the Krauses. If Jud offered the Krauses considerably less for their property than its possible market value and the Krauses accepted the offer, could they avoid the contract on later

76. ## Finance

Jud Wheeler signed a contract to purchase 10 acres of land in Idaho from the Krauses. If Jud offered the Krauses considerably less for their property than its possible market value and the Krauses accepted the offer, could they avoid the contract on later

77. ## Economis

I have got an economics questions, and i did my personal revision by tying to work the question. here is the question: using demand and supply analysis, explain the influence of the imposition of a maximum price and a minimum price on a product on price

78. ## physics

Two objects (m1 = 5.15 kg and m2 = 2.75 kg) are connected by a light string passing over a light, frictionless pulley as in the figure below. The 5.15-kg object is released from rest at a point h = 4.00 m above the table. (a) Determine the speed of each

79. ## physics

Two objects are connected by a light string passing over a light, frictionless pulley as in the diagram. m1 = 4.50 kg, m2 = 2.10 kg, and h = 4.30 m. The 4.50 kg object is released from rest at a point 4.30 m above the floor. Determine the speed of each

80. ## PHYSICS

Two objects (m1 = 4.90 kg and m2 = 2.75 kg) are connected by a light string passing over a light, frictionless pulley as in the figure below. The 4.90-kg object is released from rest at a point h = 4.00 m above the table. (a) Determine the speed of each

81. ## math

A study has shown that 20.05% of all college textbooks have a price of \$80 or higher. It is known that the standard deviation of the price is \$10. What is the mean price of the college textbooks? Assume the price is normally distributed.

82. ## Social studies

How do nearby businesses with similar products usually compete? a. offering deals and low prices** b. changing to different product types c. lowering the level of service to save costs d. establishing a minimum price for everyone to use Whar is a positive

83. ## Social Studies

How do nearby businesses with similar products usually compete? a. offering deals and low prices** b. changing to different product types c. lowering the level of service to save costs d. establishing a minimum price for everyone to use Whar is a positive

84. ## Economics

Suppose that your state raises its sales tax from 5 percent to 6 percent. The state revenue commissioner forecasts a 20 percent increase in sales tax revenue. Is this plausible? Explain. I would think not, because wouldn't the increase in sales tax shut

85. ## Economics

Suppose that your state raises its sales tax from 5 percent to 6 percent. The state revenue commissioner forecasts a 20 percent increase in sales tax revenue. Is this plausible? Explain. I would think not, because wouldn't the increase in sales tax shut

86. ## Social studies

how do markets keep producers from increasing price? Higher princes cause demand shifts Higher prices cause supply shifts Higher prices decrease quantity sold Higher prices decrease consumer demand

87. ## Physics

An object rests on an inclined surface thanks to the presence of static friction forces between the object and the surface. The magnitude of the friction force that prevents the object from sliding is found to be 30 N. Now, the angle that the surface makes

88. ## Social Studies

A shopping mall has one kiosk that sells baseball caps. The kiosk charges \$14.99 for a cap. Then an identical new kiosk opens nearby that also sells baseball caps. This kiosk charges \$9.99 for a baseball cap. On what basis are the two kiosks mostly

89. ## Social Studies

I am having a hard time with economics - we just started in my social studies class. Can I have help with my homework, please? 1. What phrase best defines competition? (1 point) just one main buyer of a good or service just one main seller of a good or

90. ## MicroEconomics

Have shown my answers to these 14 problems,that I thought were correct. Do you mind letting me know what you think. Thank you so much. Anything will help!! I have placed an ****. By the ones I think are right!! 7. If equilibrium exists: (Points: 3) all

91. ## Economics

Question: What is the non-price factor affecting the following problem? Market: Hospital Event: Substantially higher wages are paid to hospital employees with no increase in their productivity The Non-Price Factors: 1. Technology 2. Production Costs 3.

92. ## multiple choice economics

Advances in technology have reduced the cost of manufacturing MP3 players. If demand does not change, A. more MP3 players will be sold at a higher price. B. fewer MP3 players will be sold at a higher price. C. more MP3 players will be sold at a lower

93. ## math

If we say that rare events are those events that happen with a probability of less than .05, then how many observations of men taller than 71 inches tall would you have to observe when randomly sampling before concluding that you had a rare sample? mean =

94. ## managerial economics

Exercise 1 The marketing manager has estimated the company’s demand curve with the equation P=3000 – 40Q. To develop a deeper understanding of pricing and quantity to be produced, complete the following analyses: 1. Draw the demand curve (use a range

95. ## Probability

A 30 year old can buy \$25,000 life insurance for \$15/month. If the probability that the 30 year old will die is 0.14% find the insurance companies expected profit for the policy. (I want this in terms of their annual expectation-not monthly expectation)

96. ## math

A 30 year old can buy \$25,000 life insurance for \$15/month. If the probability that the 30 year old will die is 0.14% find the insurance companies expected profit for the policy. (I want this in terms of their annual expectation-not monthly expectation)

97. ## logic and design

You have been contracted by a local antique store to design an algorithm determining the total purchases and sales tax. According to the store owner, the user will need to see the subtotal, the sales tax amount, and the total purchase amount. A customer is