William earned $3,200 per month as a teacher for the ten months from September to June. Then he took a job as a barista at a local café, where he earned $2,000 per month during July and August. What was

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  1. trig

    A city averages 14 hours of daylight in June, 10 in December, 12 in both March and September. Assume that the number of hours of daylight varies sinusoidally over a period of one year. Write an expression for n, the number of hours of daylight, as a cosine

  2. Finance

    16. Your firm is trying to determine its cash disbursements for the next two months (June and July). In any month, the firm makes purchases of 60% of that month’s sales, which are paid the following month. In addition, the firm incurs the following costs

  3. Math

    How do you solve proportional relationships? Problem: A gym employee is paid monthly. After working for three months, he had earned $4,500. To determine how much money he will make over a six-month period. 1. He continue to earn the same rate how much will

  4. Business math

    Choose the correct answers for (a) the total installment price, (b) the carrying charges, and (c) the number of months needed to save the money at the monthly rate to buy the item for its cash price. A dinette table with a cash price of $200 at $8.50 down

  5. Math

    William earned $3,200 per month as a teacher for the ten months from September to June. Then he took a job as a barista at a local café, where he earned $2,000 per month during July and August. What was his average monthly pay for the 12 month? A. $2,400

  6. math

    Gloria talked on her cell phone for 320 minutes the first month, 243 minutes the second month and 489 minutes the third month.Her payment package does not allow her to pay per minute;she can only buy packages.If she has to pay $25 for every 200 minutes,how

  7. math

    Mr Anwar started a bussiness on a small scal and earned Rs 100 in the first month .thereafter in every following preceeding months what was his totle income for the year.

  8. Math

    The table shows how many hours Catalina spent babysitting during the months of April and May. a. If Catalina charges $6.50 per hour, what is the percent of change in the amount of money earned from April to May? Is it a change of increase of decrease? b.

  9. Accounting

    Please explain I'm so lost Chandler Ltd. estimates sales for the second quarter of 2014 will be as follows. Month Units April 2,550 May 2,475 June 2,390 The target ending inventory of finished products is as follows. March 31 2,000 April 30 2,230 May 31

  10. Accounting

    A company just starting a business made the following four inventory purchases in June: June 1 150 units $390 June 10 200 units 585 June 15 200 units 630 June 28 150 units__ ____

  11. Business Maths

    A company past experience indicates the 60% of its credit sales are collected in the month of sale, 30% in the next month, and 5% in the second month after the sale, the remainder is never collected, budgeted credit sales were: April 80,000; May 48,000;

  12. math

    Hideki is collecting pennies . Each month in may, june, and july he put 200 pennies in a jug . He put 300 pennies in th jug in August and 300 in September. How many pennies did Hideki put in the jug between May and September ?

  13. maths

    Puzzle Here is a list showing the month and a number for each month. January 7110 February 826 March 5313 April 541 May 3513 June 4610 July 4710 August 681 Decipher the logic and find the number for September = ?

  14. Accounting

    Prepare a schedule that lists the components of and calculates the personal and dependent exemption amount (based on current year exemption and dependency amount) that would be included on the Brock's individual tax return based on the following

  15. accounting (balance sheet, retained earnings...)

    Problem P3-5A On September 1, 2002, the account balances of Rijo Equipment Repair Corp. were as follows: Nbr: Debits Nbr: Credits 101 Cash $4,880 154 Accumulated depreciation $1,500 112 Accounts receivable 3,520 201 Accounts payable 3,400 126 Supplies

  16. Finance

    The prince Albert Corporation has forecasted the following sales for the first seven months Jan $10,000 Feb 12,000 Mar 14,000 April 20,000 May 10,000 June 16,000 July 18,000 Monthly material purchase are set to 30 % of forecasted sales for the next month.

  17. statistics

    Refer to the following table which contains the sales (in $,000) for a department store for the first ten months of the year. Month Sales January 440 February 480 March 590 April 400 May 500 June 550 July 470 August 500 September 600 October 520 Using a

  18. Business

    Sundown Rent-a-Car, a large automobile rental agency operating in the Midwest, is preparing a leasing strategy for the next six months. Sundown leases cars from an automobile manufacturer and then rents them to the public on a daily basis. A forecast of

  19. Maths - Linear Programming

    Hey, I'm having trouble formulating this as a linear program. If anyone could help at all it would be much appreciated. Thanks A manufacturer has contracted to produce 2,000 units of a particular product over the next eight months. Deliveries are scheduled

  20. acc 280

    P3-1 A Tony Masasi started his own consulting firm, Masasi Company, Inc., on June 1, 2008. The trial balance at June 30 is shown on page 129. MASASI COMPANY, INC. Trial Balance June 30, 2008 Account Number Debit Credit 101 Cash $7,150 112 Accounts

  21. Math

    1. Rishi ram obtained an installment loan for $3,000.00. He agreed to repay the loan in 6 monthly payments. His monthly payments is $516.50. What is the APR? MY ANSWER=0.33% 2. Tim Newman took out a simple interest loan of $1500 at a 10 percent interest

  22. Math

    1. Rishi ram obtained an installment loan for $3,000.00. He agreed to repay the loan in 6 monthly payments. His monthly payments is $516.50. What is the APR? MY ANSWER=0.33% 2. Tim Newman took out a simple interest loan of $1500 at a 10 percent interest

  23. Math

    How can I figure the number of days from one date to another? Example: How many days are from June 21 to Sept. 23? I need to do this without using a calendar. The first thing you need to know is the number of days in each month. If you don't know this

  24. algebra

    Month Price April (x=1) 114 May 108 June 87 July 100 August 95 September 112 October 93 November 86 December 64 Please show work. This is the answer I got: 13/17 22 hours ago - 3 days left to answer. Additional Details I think it was suppose to a slope

  25. Introduction to Educational Theory

    How do you feel about this situation? I'm trying to collect opinions from teachers/adults. The Scenario: A teacher assigns an essay. However, on the due date, the teacher says that the he will not accept essays because he has decided to extend the

  26. algebra 2 word problem

    1) a fitness club advertises a special for new members. each month of membership cost $19, with an initial enrollment fee of $75.00. write an expression for the total cost. Then evaluate your expression for 8 months of membership i wrote: $75.00 + 19m = ?

  27. Math

    1.| The average annual railfall for a town is 43.2 inches. A.what is the average. Monthly rainfall? B.|the difference of a given month's rainfall from the average monthly rainfall s called the deviation for each month shown? Town's Rainfall in last three

  28. Accounting

    On September 1, 2011, Fast Track, Inc. was started with $30,000 invested by the owners as contributed capital. On September 30, 2011, the accounting records contained the following amounts: Accounts Payable $2,200 Dividends Declared and paid $2,300

  29. math

    A person takes out a monthly installment loan of $2000 with an annual percentage rate of 13.0% if the person can afford no more than $70 per month, then which of the following terms are feasible? a) 8 months b ) 12 months c) 18 months d) 24 months e) 36

  30. health care finance

    St. Luke’s Convalescent Center has $200,000 in surplus funds that it wishes to invest in marketable securities. If transaction costs to buy and sell the securities are $2,200 and the securities will be held for three months, what required annual yield

  31. Accounting Help Needed

    The balance in the office supplies account on June 1 was $5,200, supplies purchased during June were $2,500, and the supplies on hand at June 30 were $2,000. The amount to be used for the appropriate adjusting entry is cant figure out how to do it. please

  32. improving your writing

    Ten years ago, you started working as a clerk for DMD Medical Supplies. Six months ago, Liz Jakowski, the human resources director, promoted you to office manager. You manage two employees: Jack Snyder and Ruth Disselkoen. Your office provides secretarial

  33. financing

    The revenue recognition principle simply dictates that revenue is recognized in the accounting period that it is earned. For human service organizations, revenue is considered to be earned at the time a service is delivered. For example, let's say a

  34. math

    The number of streetlights in a town is growing linearly. Four months ago (n = 0) there were 130 lights. Now (n = 4) there are 146 lights. If this trend continues, a. Find an explicit formula for the number of lights in month n b. How many months will it

  35. math

    Which strategies can be used to solve this problem? The candle factory made 1,200 candles per month in June and July and 1,345 candles per month in August and September. What is the total number of candles they made in four months? Choose all answers that

  36. finance

    a. Mike Epstein is very optimistic because sales for his feed store are expected to double from $800,000 to $1,600,000 next year. His net assets (Assets – Liabilities) will remain at 50% of sales. The company will enjoy a 10 percent return on total

  37. English

    1. Cheer up, guys. (What other expressions can we use instead of 'guys'? Is 'guys' a rude expression?) 2. Can you make it at ten? 3. Can you arrive at ten? 4. Can you meet at ten? (Does #2 mean #3 or #4?) 5. Finally I made it. 6. Finally I succeeded in it.

  38. finance 200

    I really do not understand how to do this or set this up. Can you please help me? Pro Forma Statements a. Mike Epstein is very optimistic because sales for his feed store are expected to double from $800,000 to $1,600,000 next year. His net assets (Assets

  39. accounting

    2. Cindy Lou makes $30,000 per year as an exempt employee. She worked 15 hours of overtime in the month of September. Payday for wages earned in the month of September is October 7. Ignoring Federal and State income tax withholdings, how much would she

  40. accounting

    Cindy Lou makes $30,000 per year as an exempt employee. She worked 15 hours of overtime in the month of September. Payday for wages earned in the month of September is October 7. Ignoring Federal and State income tax withholdings, how much would she

  41. accounting

    P4-2A Gil Vogel started his own consulting firm, Vogel Consulting, on June 1, 2012. The trial balance at June 30 is as follows. VOGEL CONSULTING Trial Balance June 30, 2012 Debit Credit Cash $ 6,850 Accounts Receivable 7,000 Prepaid Insurance 2,880

  42. Accounting

    The rent payment made on June 17 was for June, July, August and September. Expense the amount associated with one month's rent.

  43. math

    if june is the starting month what month would it be 77 months from june?

  44. math

    The Randolph’s used 12 more gal of fuel oil in October than in September and twice as much oil in November as in September. If they used 132 gal for 3 months, how much was used during each month? Let the usage in the three months be S, O and N. O = S +

  45. Accounting

    Here is my question am I suppose to make journal entry. Cindy Lou makes $30,000 per year as an exempt employee. She worked 15 hours of overtime in the month of September. Payday for wages earned in the month of Septemberis October 7? Ignoring Federal and

  46. acc-editplz

    June: 1)Sold a house and collected a $6,000 commission. Ans: Cash (debit) Commission earned (credit) 2)Sold a building lot and earned a commission, $6,500. Payment is to be received on July 8. Ans: Accounts recievable (DR) comission Earned (CR) 3)Received

  47. edit accounting plz!

    June: Sold a house and collected a $6,000 commission. Ans: Cash (debit) Commission earned (credit) Sold a building lot and earned a commission, $6,500. Payment is to be received on July 8. Ans: Accounts recievable (DR) comission Earned (CR) Received

  48. Edit PLZ

    June: 1)Sold a house and collected a $6,000 commission. Ans: Cash (debit) Commission earned (credit) 2)Sold a building lot and earned a commission, $6,500. Payment is to be received on July 8. Ans: Accounts recievable (DR) comission Earned (CR) 3)Received

  49. accnting

    June: 1)Sold a house and collected a $6,000 commission. Ans: Cash (debit) Commission earned (credit) 2)Sold a building lot and earned a commission, $6,500. Payment is to be received on July 8. Ans: Accounts recievable (DR) comission Earned (CR) 3)Received

  50. accounting edit plz

    June: 1)Sold a house and collected a $6,000 commission. Ans: Cash (debit) Commission earned (credit) 2)Sold a building lot and earned a commission, $6,500. Payment is to be received on July 8. Ans: Accounts recievable (DR) comission Earned (CR) 3)Received

  51. math

    The Randolph’s used 12 more gal of fuel oil in October than in September and twice as much oil in November as in September. If they used 132 gal for the 3 months, how much was used during each month? I can solve the problem but I need to figure out the

  52. Linear Programming

    I really really need help with this question, i've tried it different ways and end up confusing myself more. It's a multi schedule question and my biggest block is coming up with the objective function. HELP!!! The Homespun Company produces an air

  53. accounting

    initial investment in the company of $26,200 cash. Here are the assets and liabilities for the month of June, its first month of operation. Cash $4,600.00 Accounts receivable $4,000.00 Revenue $7,000.00 Supplies $2,400.00 Advertising expense $400.00

  54. math

    The Randolphs used 12 more gal of fuel oil in October than in September and twice as much oil in November as in September. If they used 132 gal for the 3 months, how much was used during each month? Let x = the gallons of fuel oil used in September, and

  55. math

    randall opened a savings account on June 1st and made the following deposits: $212.19, June 5th $23.03, June 12 $307.15, June 19th $652.00 and June 30, $78.75. Assuming he made no withdrawals, approximately how much did he have in the savings account at

  56. math

    200 days from March 3 is a. September 20 b. September 18 c. September 17 d. September 19 my answer is September 19

  57. Stat

    For a recent year the following are the numbers that occurred each month in a city. use a .05 significance level to test the claim that homicides in the city are equally likely for each of the 12 months calculate test statistics, x^2 and p value Month.

  58. math

    Steri-strips cost $4.95 per box, there are 100 per box. If an orthopedic surgical group uses 200 Steri-strips a month, how much would be saved in a year by making a single purchase for a year's supply rather that 12 monthly purchases. If they use 200

  59. Quantitative Methods

    1. Management of Sundown Rent-a-Car (see Problem 8-8) has decided that perhaps the cost during the six-month period is not the appropriate Cost to minimize because the agency may still be obligated to additional months on some leases after that time. For

  60. Statistics

    How do you construct a frequency distribution table for the indicated data set? Month Precipiation (inches) January 2.01 February 2.08 March 2.39 April 2.85 May 6.21 June 9.33 July 5.70 August 7.58 September 7.63 October 5.64 November 2.66 December 1.83

  61. math

    one month damien earned $488 and the next month he earned $605. estimate the differnce inth amounts damien earned.

  62. Math

    q. Scott has different chores depending on the season. During the 5 warm months he mows the lawn, which takes about 1 in a half each week. During the 7 cold months, he shovels the snow when needed. This winter he shoveled show for total of 6 hours. How

  63. Financial Accouting

    Prepare a 10-column work sheet for fiscal year 2005, starting with the unadjusted trial balance and including adjustments based on these additional facts: a. The supplies available at the end of fiscal year 2005 had a cost of $3,200. b. The cost of expired

  64. Intermediate Accounting

    Prepare all the necessary journal entries to record the following transactions: 1. Sale of a 20 year convertible bond (dated March 1, 2001) with a face value of $1,000,000, interest rate 5%. The bonds were sold 4 months later on June 30, 2001 at 98 plus

  65. accounting

    Shower Sales Ltd sells plumbing fittings in a rapidly developing area. Its sales in June are $500 000. From recent experience, the manager can confidently predict that sales will increase 10% each month cumulatively. 10% of sales are for cash, 80% are paid

  66. math

    Sasa, June and Don are waitresses. When they compare their tips at the end of their shift they notice that Juice earned 30c for every 40c that Sandy earned while Juice earned 20c for every 25c that Dido earned. How much would Dido earn if Sandy earns $36?

  67. math

    A college student receives an interest-free loan of $10,200 from a relative. The student will repay $200 per month until the loan is paid off. a) Express the amount P (in dollars) remaining to be paid in terms of time t (in months). (Give your answer in

  68. Math (Problem Solving)

    Sasha took in a car loan with a maturity of 5 years in which the first payment was on December 2016. Right after paying the first month on December 15, she made an advance payment for two (2) months and he intends to pay extra month every two months. In

  69. Science (Asap)

    Month temperature(degrees fahrenheit) January 13 February 20 March 31 April 46 May 59 June 68 ------------------- A.What is the range of the data for these six months? show or explain how you got your answer

  70. algebra

    If you make 10monthly withdrawals instead of 4 month withdrawals, how much can you withdraw each month? Inc. Expenses SEPTEMBER 1,250. -1,250 OCT. 3,200. -2,550 NOV. 4,250. -3,570 DEC 2,530. -2,840

  71. statistic

    cientists are studying the population of a particular type to fish. the table below shows the data gathered over-five month time period. use the data to answer question 5-9 months 0,8 fish,month 1-39, month 2-195, month 3-960, month, month 4-4,738, month

  72. financial accounting

    Connection Station, an internet café, had the following operating activities during the month of May: 1. Bought 800 in jump drives and disks, which are available for resale from Office Depot on credit 2. Paid 900 in utilities for the month of may 3. Paid

  73. accouting

    On 1st September 2015, the opening balances of ABC Company were as follows: Accounts Debit $ Credit $ Cash 4,880 Accounts Receivable 3,520 Supplies 1500 Equipment 15,000 Accumulated Depreciation 1,500 Accounts Payable 3,400 Unearned Service Revenue 1,400

  74. Finance

    Assignment 1: LASA 2—Cash Management and Budgeting The new owner of Bob’s Boats, Bob, just purchased the business and discovered that the prior owner did not have a plan for managing the current assets of the company. Bob has decided that the place to

  75. Trigonometry

    Using the same equation from problem 1, what is the average temperature in Atlanta, GA, for the month of June? equation from #1 is y = 18.25 sin(pi/6 t - 2.09) + 61.15 where t is the time in months and January is t = 1.

  76. mathematics

    Write each answer in polynomial in simplest form Jack deposited some money in his savings account in September. In October he deposited twice as much as in September,and in November he deposited one-half as much as in September. If x represents the amount

  77. Finance

    Here is a forecast of sales by National Bromide for the first 4 months of 2012 (figures in thousands of dollars): Month: 1 2 3 4 Cash sales 19 28 22 18 Sales-on-crdt 140 160 130 110 On average, 40% of credit sales are paid for in the current month, 20% in

  78. English

    The fire lasted for four days, from 2 September until 5 September. ------------------ How do you read '2 September' and '5 September'? 1. Second September, fifth September 2. September second, September fifth

  79. math

    The oil burner in a certain house is used to heat the house and to heat the hot water.During the seven cold months when the house is heated, an average of 200 gallons of oil a month is used.In the remaining five months, when the house is not heated, a

  80. Trigonometry

    The average temperature, in °F, for Atlanta, GA is modeled by the sinusoidal function y = 18.25 sin(pi/6 t - 2.09) + 61.15 where t is the time in months and January is t=1. What is the average Temperature for the month of February? Using the same

  81. English

    Last year, his company earned three million $ before June, 30th. my answer Last year his company earned 3 millon dollars before June 30th.

  82. mathamatics

    on december31, 1995, paul invested $2000 in a stock. his stocker gains 20% ever odd month (jan, march, may..) and loses 15% every even month (feb, april, june...) it says write a piecewise defined function for the value of the stocker n months after the

  83. math

    Gloria talked on her cell phone for 320 minutes the first month, 243 minutes the second month, and 489 minutes the third month. Her payment package does not allow her to pay per minute; she can only buy groups of minutes. If she has to pay $25 for every

  84. maths

    Ten blackberry plants started growing in my yard. Absent constraint, blackberries will spread by 200% a month. My yard can only sustain about 50 plants. Using the logistic growth model, a. Write a recursive formula for the number of blackberry plants in my

  85. finance

    St. Luke’s Convalescent Center has $200,000 in surplus funds that it wishes to invest in marketable securities. If transaction costs to buy and sell the securities are $2,200 and the securities will be held for three months, what required annual yield

  86. FIN3373

    ST. Luke's Convalescent Center has $200,000 in surplus funds that it wishes to invest in marketable securities. If transaction costs to buy and sell the securities are $2,200 and the securities will be held for three months, what required annual yield must

  87. finace

    St. Luke’s Convalescent Center has $200,000 in surplus funds that it wishes to invest in marketable securities. If transaction costs to buy and sell the securities are $2,200 and the securities will be held for three months, what required annual yield

  88. Finance

    St. Luke’s Convalescent Center has $200,000 in surplus funds that it wishes to invest in marketable securities. If transaction costs to buy and sell the securities are $2,200 and the securities will be held for three months, what required annual yield

  89. business analysis

    Jacksonville Technical College received 3,445,553 in state aid on September 15 for the fall semester, 2,000,000 was invested on a 2 month investment that pays 11.5% interest. How much interest will be earned?

  90. english

    from the book there are no children here what does " William died a few months later when a friend, fooling around with a revolver he thought was unloaded, shot William in the back of the head. Lafeyette never learned what happened to the snake." this

  91. Math

    1.Melanie, Byron, and Chin are all waiting at the bus stop. Melanie's bus leaves at 10 minutes after noon. Byron's bus leaves at 15 minutes before noon. Chin's bus leaves 5 after noon. Arrange the three according to who leaves the bus stop first. Byron

  92. Statistics

    . A certain company makes 12-volt car batteries. After many years of product testing, the company knows that the average life of a battery is normally distributed, with a mean of 45 months and a standard deviation of 7 months. If the company does not want

  93. managerial accounting

    Werntz furniture had actual sales for July and august and forecasted sales for September, October, November and December as follows: Actual: July………………………………………………………….$ 98,000

  94. math

    Twenty years ago Gabe invested $2,000. For the first ten years he earned 13% compounded semi-annually. For the next ten years he earned 8% compounded quarterly. What was the value of the investment now, at the end of the 20 years?

  95. accounting

    •The Bank Account as a control device that helps to protect cash. One of the requirements is to conduct periodic bank statement reconciliations. Using the following data, complete a bank statement reconciliation or EEE Electric for the month of

  96. Accounting

    Kam Motor Company manufactures automobiles. During September 2007 the company purchased 5,000 head lamps at a cost of $9 per lamp. Kam withdrew 4,650 lamps from the warehouse during the month. Fifty of these lamps were used to replace the head lamps in

  97. Pre-Algebra

    "John puts $200 in his safe and starts saving $50 per month. Write a function rule for the amount of money he will have in his safe after x months. How much money will be in his safe after 12 months?" I got how much money will be in his safe after 12

  98. random assignment-stats

    Would this correctly result in random assignment? A researcher assigns students to one of three conditions based on the month of their birth. If they were born in January, April, July, or October, they are assigned to condition A. February, May, August,

  99. random assignment-stats

    Would this correctly result in random assignment? 1. A researcher assigns students to one of three conditions based on the month of their birth. If they were born in January, April, July, or October, they are assigned to condition A. February, May, August,

  100. accounting

    Kam Motor Company manufactures automobiles. During September 2007 the company purchased 5,000 head lamps at a cost of $9 per lamp. Kam withdrew 4,650 lamps from the warehouse during the month. Fifty of these lamps were used to replace the head lamps in

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