The number of employees at a plant continually fluctuates. One month started at 568. Then 102 employees were hired, and the next 57 employees were displaced. If the plant then plans to add 10% more employees, how many will it

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  14. math words problem

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  15. algebra II

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  17. Statistics

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  18. 1o math

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  19. Math

    Both are normally distributed. For the net sales, the mean is 180 million and the standard deviation is 25 million. For the number of employees the mean is 1,500 and the standard deviation is 120. Clarion Fabricators had sales of 170 million and 1,850

  20. math

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  21. algebra

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  22. arithmetic

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  23. Algebra

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  24. buss./stats

    a sample of the personal files of eight male employees revealed that during a six month period they lost the following number of days due to illness 2, 0, 6, 3, 10, 4, 1, 2 calculate the standard deviation show your work

  25. Math

    What is the cardinal number for the following sets? A) 101,102,103,104,.......121 B) (1,2), (101,102), (0,105)

  26. 3rd grade math

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  27. managerial economics

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  28. managerial economics

    At a recent board meeting, the president and CEO got into a heated argument about whether to shut down the firm's plant in Miami. The Miami plant currently loses $60,000 monthly. The president of the firm argued that the Miami plant should continue to

  29. bus/stats

    a sample of the personal files of eight male employees revealed that, during a six-month period, they lost the following number of days due to illness: 2,0,6,3,10,4,1 and 2. Calculate the standard deviation of the above sample? the means deviation is

  30. Math

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  31. Algebra 1- Math

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  32. Statistics

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  33. Writing Assignment Please Help!!!

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  34. Math

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  35. math am i correct

    In 2002 there were more than 30,000 McDonald’s restaurants in the world. Of these, approximately 14,000 were in the United States. In Great Britain there were 1,116 McDonald’s franchises. The following data are taken from those 1,116 McDonald’s.

  36. algebra 2

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  37. algebra

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  38. Math

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  39. Math

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  40. math

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  41. financial accounting

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  42. math

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  43. statistics

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  46. math

    The number of employees at a plant continually fluctuates. One month started at 568. Then 102 employees were hired, and the next 57 employees were displaced. If the plant then plans to add 10% more employees, how many will it have?

  47. math

    The number of employees at a plant continually fluctuates. One month started at 568. Then 102 employees were hired, and the next 57 employees were displaced. If the plant then plans to add 10% more employees, how many will it have?

  48. Statistics

    For the manufacturing plant discussed in Exercise 8.10, the union president and the human resources director jointly select a simple random sample of 36 employees to engage in a discussion with regard to the company’s work rules and overtime policies.

  49. Growth model

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  50. Math

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  51. math

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  52. math

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  53. statistics

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  54. Math

    The height of a plant at the beginning of a month was 19 1/2 centimeters at the end of the same month the height of the plant was 22 3/8 centimeters. How many centimeters did the plant grow in a the nonth

  55. math

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  56. Math

    In 2002 there were more than 30,000 McDonald’s restaurants in the world. Of these, approximately 14,000 were in the United States. In Great Britain there were 1,116 McDonald’s franchises. The following data are taken from those 1,116 McDonald’s.

  57. statistics

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  58. Algebra

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  59. college math HELP!!!!!

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  60. college math

    Acrosonic manufactures a model G loudspeaker system in Plants I and II. The output at Plant I is at most 800/month, and the output at Plant II is at most 600/month. Model G loudspeaker systems are also shipped to the three warehouses—A, B, and C—whose

  61. math

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  62. math

    a plant grew 18 inches over 5 months. the plant grows the same amount each month. use this rate to complete the tabel

  63. biology

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  64. business research

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  65. business

    A researcher was given the assignment of predicting which of three actions would be taken by the 280 employees in the Desota plant that was going to be sold to its employees. The alternatives were to: a. Take severance pay and leave the company. b. Stay

  66. business research

    A researcher was given the assignment of predicting which of three actions would be taken by the 280 employees in the Desota plant that was going to be sold to its employees. The alternatives were to: a. Take severance pay and leave the company. b. Stay

  67. MATH

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  68. Quantitative Analysis for Mgmt

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  69. Linear Programming and Applications

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  71. Geometry

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  72. statistics

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  73. math help

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  74. HR

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  75. ACCOUNTING

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  76. math

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  77. statistics

    It is known that the population mean for the Full Scale IQ of the WAIS is 100 with a standard deviation of 15. A researcher assesses a sample of 200 adults and find that they have a mean Full Scale IQ of 102. The point estimate of the mean for this group

  78. statistics

    It is known that the population mean for the Full Scale IQ of the WAIS is 100 with a standard deviation of 15. A researcher assesses a sample of 200 adults and find that they have a mean Full Scale IQ of 102. The point estimate of the mean for this group

  79. statistics

    It is known that the population mean for the Full Scale IQ of the WAIS is 100 with a standard deviation of 15. A researcher assesses a sample of 200 adults and find that they have a mean Full Scale IQ of 102. The point estimate of the mean for this group

  80. math 6 grade

    Friendly Fred is the world's best saleman , but when he starts to sell a new product, sometimes he gets off to slowmstart. Recently he started selling the Groovy Grape Peeler. The first month he sold only two Groovy Grape Peelers,but the second month he

  81. Multimedia

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  82. math

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  83. math

    Your store’s average basket (transaction) size for the month of March was $11.50 and you believe the average basket size will remain the same for your store in April. One of your hourly employees had an average basket size of $9.00 for the month of March

  84. math

    Your store’s average basket (transaction) size for the month of March was $11.50 and you believe the average basket size will remain the same for your store in April. One of your hourly employees had an average basket size of $9.00 for the month of March

  85. math

    Your store’s average basket (transaction) size for the month of March was $11.50 and you believe the average basket size will remain the same for your store in April. One of your hourly employees had an average basket size of $9.00 for the month of March

  86. math

    Your store’s average basket (transaction) size for the month of March was $11.50 and you believe the average basket size will remain the same for your store in April. One of your hourly employees had an average basket size of $9.00 for the month of March

  87. math

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  88. Statistics and probability

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  89. devry

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  90. Algebra

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  91. --->CHEMISTRY<--- HELPP

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  92. writing

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  93. number patterns

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  94. math

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  95. Management

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  96. Statistics

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  97. advanced algebra

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  98. chemistry/statistics

    replicate water samples were analyzed for water hardness with the following results : 102.2 , 102 .8 ,103.1, 102.3 of calcium trioxocarbonate . calculate the standard deviation of the mean and the coefficient of variation

  99. probability

    Mr. Spark has problems starting his two cars during the winter. He decided to record the number of times each car starts during a 30-day period. He recorded the following information. His Hyundai started 18 times. His Subaru started 20 times. Both cars

  100. financial accounting fundamentals

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