1. math

    Aj bought a portable game system on sale for $150.the portable game system was 70% of the regular price.aj concluded that the original price of the portable game system must have been $225. Aj correct? justify your answers part b is 70% of an original
  2. College algebra

    A person is driving a car on a straight road. The graph shows the distance in y miles that the individual is from home after x hours. the graph has the following points (1, 40) and (3, 90) Find the slope intercept of the line y = ____x + ______ How fast is
  3. algebra

    Please I'm stuck!!!!! A person is driving a car on a straight road. The graph shows the distance in y miles that the individual is from home after x hours. the graph has the following points (1, 40) and (3, 90) Find the slope intercept of the line y =
  4. Survey of the Sciences

    Thank you Damon! now, here's the last part of that along with the first again.... Calculate the height from which a block of ice at zero degrees celcius nust be dropped for it to completely melt upon impact. Assume that there is no air resistance and that
  5. Finance/Accounting

    I'm not sure how to work this oroblem. Can someone assist me. revenues of $230,000 and expenses, including income taxes, of $190,000. On December 31, 2005, Edgemont had assets of $350,000, liabilities of $80,000, and capital stock of $210,000. Edgemont
  6. acc-editplz

    Samuel Gardiner opens Gardiner Real Estate Agency with an investment of $14,000 cash and $3,000 of office equipment. ANSWER: Cash---------------14,000 office equipment----3,000 Owners Capital--------------17,000 is dis right?
  7. Intermediate Algebra

    The amount P of pollution varies directly with the population N of people. City A has a population of 468,000 and produces 260,000 tons of pollutants. Find how many tons of pollution we should expect City B to produce, if we know that it's population is
  8. Math

    Ms. Peters drove from her home to the park at an average speed of 30 miles per hour and returned home along the same route at an average speed of 40 miles per hour. If her driving time from home to the park was 20 minutes, how many minutes did it take Ms.
  9. MATH HELP PLEASE Explain

    Brownies and More sell all types of cookies and pastries. On Tuesdays, they markdown all brownies 75% to a sale price of $1.50 a dozen. Find the regular selling price and the markdown of a dozen brownies.
  10. Math

    Country Produce knows that 20% of the strawberries purchased will spoil and must be thrown out. If they buy 200 baskets of strawberries for $0.24 per basket and want a markup of 50% on the selling price, find the selling price per basket of strawberries.
  11. finance

    1. A bond has a $1,000 par value (face value) and a contract or coupon interior rate of 8%. A new issue would have a flotation cost of 5% of the market value. The bonds mature in 10 years. The firm’s average tax rate is 28% and its marginal tax rate is
  12. business

    1.Following is the projected net income stream associated with the use of Zartek technology. (Note: this net income stream does not take into account that Zartek’s owners invested $2,000 to develop Zartek in Year 0.) Globus Maximus Enterprises would like
  13. Finance

    1. Following is the projected net income stream associated with the use of Zartek technology. (Note: this net income stream does not take into account that Zartek’s owners invested $2,000 to develop Zartek in Year 0.) Globus Maximus Enterprises would
  14. algebra

    A salesperson has January sales of $20,000 (1, $20,000) and April sales of $80,000 (4, $80,000). What is the rate of change?
  15. Math

    A survey finds that 85% of the people asked use the local bus. 35.3% of those who use the bus use it at least once a week. 240 people took part in the survey. (a) Work out how many people say they use the bus once a week. (b) What percentage of the people
  16. math

    An artisan can sell 120 garden ornaments per week at $4 per ornament. For each $0.50 decrease in price, he can sell 20 more ornaments. a) determine algebraic expressions for the price of a garden ornament and the number of ornaments sold. b) write an
  17. physics help

    A bar made of a particular metallic alloy has a length of 10 cm at a temperature of 24 oC and a length of 10.015 cm at the boiling point of water. (a) If a second bar made of the same material were 10 m at 24 oC, how much longer would this bar be at the
  18. physics

    A bar made of a particular metallic alloy has a length of 10 cm at a temperature of 24 oC and a length of 10.015 cm at the boiling point of water. (a) If a second bar made of the same material were 10 m at 24 oC, how much longer would this bar be at the
  19. Math

    1.A scientist is studying the growth of a particular species of plant. He writes the following equation to show the height of the plant f(n), in cm, after n days: f(n) = 12(1.03)n Part A: When the scientist concluded his study, the height of the plant was
  20. Medieval Period story

    I have to write a family story in the form of a parable. I'm pretty sure there are some revisions to be made but not sure where. The first sentence doesn't seem right/complete "Give what you have, not what you want in the future" My mother traveling from
  21. Physics

    While warming up in her tryout as a pitcher for the Montwood softball team, Anabel Parga throws a softball horizontally with a speed of 22m/s. a. If home plate is 19m away, how far should the softball fall from its initial straight-line path on its way to
  22. english

    can u pz edit this? and plz add more if have any info to add but jus like 2-3 sent. no more than that With the boom in Information Technology and its accessibility at one's doorstep, Internet has become advantageous for the working mothers. They can set up
  23. math 115

    The following scores were recorded on a 200-point final examination: 193, 185, 163, 186, 192, 135, 158, 174, 188, 172, 168, 183, 195, 165, 183. (a) Find the mean final examination score. (b) Find the median final examination score. (c) Is the mean or
  24. Math 115 8.1 #36

    The following scores were recorded on a 200-point final examination: 193, 185, 163, 186, 192, 135, 158, 174, 188, 172, 168, 183, 195, 165, 183. (a) Find the mean final examination score. (b) Find the median final examination score. (c) Is the mean or
  25. math115

    the following scores were recorded on a 200 point final examanation;193,185,163,186,192,135,158,174,188,172,168,183,195,165,183. (A) FIND THE MEAN FINAL examination score (b) find the median final examination score (c) is the mean or median a more useful
  26. math

    a bank account earns 7% annual interest compounded continuously. you deposit $10,000 in the account, and withdraw money continuously from the account at a rate of $1000 per year. a. write the differential equation for the balance, B, in the account after t
  27. 7th grade science

    Q: A pair of fruit flies reproduces and has 1000 offspring. All 1000 of the offspring have the alleles Gg. What is the most likely combination of alleles that each parent has, and why are other combinations not likely?
  28. Finance

    14.You need to have $15,000 in five years to pay off a home equity loan. You can invest in an account that pays 5.75 percent compounded quarterly. How much will you have to invest today to attain your target in five years?
  29. economics

    Suppose you have $30,000 in wealth and have the choice of two possible gambles: Gamble 1: a single flip of a coin would pay you $16,000 if it is heads, cost you $16,000 if it is tails. Gamble2: two coin flips, each payuing you $8,000 if it is head, each
  30. math-I just want this check because it will be gra

    Are these the correct answers and lables? 9. A hand lens increased the thickness of a line 10 to the 3rd power times.The line was 0.5 mm thick. How thick did the line appear? my ans.- 500 mm thick 10. A truck holds 10 to the 4th power times more pounds
  31. Accounting

    A business pays weekly salaries of $20,000 on Friday for a five-day week ending on that day. The adjusting entry necessary at the end of the fiscal period ending on Thursday is: debit Salaries Payable, $16,000; credit Cash, $16,000 debit Salary Expense,
  32. Stats

    In the last Canadian census, 2.6% of all Ontario residents declared themselves to be Ukrainian ethnic origin. In a recent survey of 500 Ontario residents, 3.1% of people declared themselves to be of Ukrainian ethnic origin. Using the statistical meanings
  33. stats

    The following data represents Total Credit Hours from our class survey. 90 54 98 45 65 43 12 48 56 12 15 60 38 18 67 125 50 43 26 64 22 52 69 You may use your calculator to find the following statistics: Considering the Total Credit Hours data from our
  34. Physics

    An average family of four uses roughly 1200 liters (300 gallons) of water per day. (One liter = 1000 cm^3.) How much depth would a lake lose per year if it uniformly covered an area of 50 square kilometers and supplied a local town with a population of
  35. algebra

    end of season sale for summer clothes advertises 30% to 45% off the original price. What was the highest original price of a swimsuit that is now on sale for $12.99? What was the lowest original price?
  36. Math

    The closing price for XYZ Company's common stock is uniformly distributed between $10 and $20 per share. What is the probability that the stock price will be greater than $17? What is the probability that the stock price will be between $12.50 and $16?
  37. chemistry

    If 5.30mL of 0.1000 M NaOH solution is needed to just neutralize excess acid after 20.00 mL of 0.1000 M HCl was added to 1.00 g of an antacid, how many moles of acid can the antacid counteract per gram?
  38. math

    how much money is required to fund an ordinary perpetuity of $1000 quarterly if money can earn 6% compounded quarterly using PV = PMT / i gives me: 1000/0.015 = 66 666.66 feels so wrong..
  39. Math

    I have no idea how you would do this problem: Express this expression as a rational number in lowest terms. (1000!-999!-998!)/(1000!+999!+998!)
  40. Math

    The caribou population of an area has been growing at an annual rate of 2% , A) If there are 850 initially, how long before there is a 1000? B)How long for it to double? x 1000=850(1.02)
  41. Math

    The caribou population of an area has been growing at an annual rate of 2% , A) If there are 850 initially, how long before there is a 1000? B)How long for it to double? x 1000=850(1.02)
  42. Math

    The caribou population of an area has been growing at an annual rate of 2% , A) If there are 850 initially, how long before there is a 1000? B)How long for it to double? x 1000=850(1.02)
  43. Math

    A sofa and chair have a total price of $ 600 not including tax. The tax rate is 6.25 %. Find the tax on the sofa if the price of the chair is $200. (a)$ 625 (b)$ 637.50 (c)$ 25 (d)$ 612.50 (e)$ 47.50
  44. math

    x+b+2b+8(9-5b)(divide)9 x+b+2b+8(9-5b)(divide)9 You don't show clearly what is divided by 9;i.e.everything or just 8(9-5b). I will assume the equation is this. [x+b+2b+8(9-5b)]/9 First, clear the innermost parentheses. (x+b+2b+72-40b)/9 combine terms.
  45. English

    1. Because it was so late, we went home. 2. Because of its lateness, we went home. (Is #2 grammatical?)
  46. home economics

    name 12 careers in home economic management
  47. home economics

    reasons for storing clothes in the home
  48. Home- Economics

    What are names of careers in home management?
  49. home

    how do i tell my mom that i can stay home alone at night? btw i am 14.
  50. finance

    Firm A has $10,000 in assets entirely financed with equity. Firm B also has $10,000 in assets, but these assets are financed by $5,000 in debt (with a 15 percent rate of interest) and $5,000 in equity. Both firms sell 10,000 units of output at $2.50 per
  51. Finance

    Firm A has $10,000 in assets entirely financed with equity. Firm B also has $10,000 in assets, but these assets are financed by $5,000 in debt (with a 10 percent rate of interest) and $5,000 in equity. Both firms sell 10,000 units of output at $2.50 per
  52. Advanced accounting

    The balance sheets of Petrello Company and Sanchez Company as of January 1, 2011, are presented below. On that date, after an extended period of negotiation, the two companies agreed to merge. To effect the merger, Petrello Company is to exchange its
  53. Math 1330

    In a survey of 1000 eligible voters selected at random, it was found that 200 had a college degree. Additionally, it was found that 90% of those who had a college degree voted in the last presidential election, whereas 47% of the people who did not have a
  54. Math

    An automobile dealership uses CODE = 1 for new automobiles, CODE = 2 for used automobiles, and CODE = 3 for separate accessories. A salesman’s commissions are as follows: on new automobile, 3% of the selling price but a maximum of $300; on used
  55. Math

    An automobile dealership uses CODE = 1 for new automobiles, CODE = 2 for used automobiles, and CODE = 3 for separate accessories. A salesman’s commissions are as follows: on new automobile, 3% of the selling price but a maximum of $300; on used
  56. Accounting

    A process began the month with 3,000 units in the beginning work in process inventory and ended the month with 2,000 units in the ending work in process. If 12,000 units were completed and transferred out of the process during the month, how many units
  57. Math

    Business and finance. The following scores were recorded on a 200-point final examination: 193, 185, 163, 186, 192, 135, 158, 174, 188, 172, 168, 183, 195, 165, 183. (a) Find the mean final examination score. (b) Find the median final examination score.
  58. Math

    Sove the following application. The following scores were recorded on a 200-point final examination 193,185,163,186,192,135,158,174,188,172,168,183,195,165,183. (a) Find the mean final examination score (b) Find the median final examination score (c) If
  59. Geometry

    Business and finance. The following scores were recorded on a 200-point final examination: 193, 185, 163, 186, 192, 135, 158, 174, 188, 172, 168, 183, 195, 165, 183. (a) Find the mean final examination score. (b) Find the median final examination score.
  60. mathematics

    the theoretical probability of winning the lottery is 1/1,000,000,000.which of the ff is true if you purchase a lottery ticket?A.you will only win the lottery if you buy 1,000,000,000.B.you will never win the lottery.C.you will definitely win the
  61. SS

    Which of the following laws is considered a trade barrier? a) A company that produces furniture is shut down b) federal aid given to unemployed workers from a factory c) paying money to an industry to encourage it to make goods in the country *** d)
  62. Attn: DrBob

    A household bleach solution contains 5.25% (by mass) NaClO. How many moles of NaClO are needed to make 1000 L of the solution? (density = 1.07g/mL) This is the complete question on my assignment. It's 1000 L.
  63. managerial accounting

    Im trying to get the selling price the question is marina has estimated the fixed cost per month are 240,000 and variable cosdt per dollar of sales is $0.60. what is the break even point per month use
  64. Principles of Accounting

    Santa Fe Company purchased merchandise for resale from Mesa Company with an invoice price of $24,000 and credit terms of 3/10, n/60. Prepare entries that the buyer should record for the purchase
  65. math

    A shipping company owns a fleet of heavy trucks. If the purchase price of each truck is $245,000 and its value depreciates by 15 percent per year, what is the value of each truck after 4 years? I got $127891.5313. Am i right?
  66. Math

    A cafeteria manager needs to know how many apples and bananas to place in a cafeteria vending machine. He conducted a survey, and all students who respended chose either an apple or banana as their preferred fruit. The survey results show that 3/4 of the
  67. personal finance

    They each take home about $42,000 per year after taxes. Sue is 37 years of age, and Tom is 35. Their two children, Mike and Karen, are 11 and 9. Were either one to die, they estimate that the remaining family members would need about 75% of the present
  68. Accounting

    Gorton Corporation has 30,000 shares of $10 par value common stock outstanding when it announces a 2-for-1 stock split. Before the split, the stock had a market price of $120 per share. After the split, how many shares of stock will be outstanding? Common
  69. Pre Algebra

    If I blink 22 times in 10 seconds, how many times would I blink in 1,000,000 seconds. Need an algebraic or? expression to show my calculation. I have an answer of 2,200,000 blinks in 1,000,000 seconds
  70. english/punctuation

    Add punctuation to the paragraph. You must be kidding! How can I possibly finish all this homework, and still find time to clean up this mess? I never imagined that one puppy could create so many messes in just a few hours! Didn't I lock the gate before I
  71. english/punctuation

    Add punctuation to the paragraph. You must be kidding, how can I possibly finish all this homework, and still find time to clean up this mess! I never imagined that one puppy could create so many messes in just a few hours! Dind't I lock the gate before I
  72. physics

    On a drive from your home to town, you wish to average 39.6 mph. The distance from your home to town is 108 miles. However, at 54 miles (half way), you find you have averaged only 29.7 mph. What average speed must you maintain in the remaining distance in
  73. chemistry

    A 0.85 g sample of solute with a molecular mass of 185 g/mol is dissolved in 2.25 g of benzene. What is the expected boiling point of the solution?
  74. MaTH

    Danielle bought a gift for a friend that originally cost $32. She used a coupon to get $5 off. what percent did she save? I tried working 32-5=27, 32divided by 27 = 1.185 ???
  75. math

    How much combined tax should be withheld from the paycheck of a single employee earning $3,185 per month and claiming zero withholding allowances?
  76. accrual basis accounting vs. cash accounting basis

    Can someone please check my answers to the following problem. Jack Eagles, a CPA, keeps his accounting records for his practice on the cash basis. During the current year, his clients paid $750,000 in the accounting and tax fees of which $5,000 was paid
  77. math

    I'm working on a problem where I was given a table and had to find the exponential equation of best fit. The table is about the number of views of videos. The equation is y = 12.0143(1.7498)^x I had to estimate the number of views after 2 weeks and that is
  78. Chemistry

    For the titration of 50.00mL of 0.1000 M ammonia with 0.1000 M HCl, calculate the pH (a) before the addition of any HCl solution (b) after 20.00mL of the acid has been added
  79. managerial economics

    Suppose a manufacturer estimates its marginal cost at $1.00 per pack, it's own price elasticity at -2, and sets its price at $2.The company's settlement obligations are expected to raise its average total cost per pack by pack by about $.60. What effect
  80. Finance

    Harrison Inc. has issued a zero/ coupon bond with par value of $1000. The bond pays no coupons until the end of the 6th year, at which point it pays 10% annual coupons. What is the issue (initial) price of this bond if it has a 20 year maturity and yield
  81. Geography

    10. John has recently moved from Sweden to the USA. Every month, he sends $1,000 back home to Sweden to help his family. What is this called? A. Donation B. Remittance C. Reverse Remittance D. Charity E. None of the Above B?
  82. personal finance

    Sue and Tom Wright are assistant professors at the local university. They each take home about $42,000 per year after taxes. Sue is 37 years of age, and Tom is 35. Their two children, Mike and Karen, are 11 and 9. Were either one to die, they estimate that
  83. adult education

    Sue and Tom Wright are assistant professors at the local university. They each take home about $42,000 per year after taxes. Sue is 37 years of age, and Tom is 35. Their two children, Mike and Karen, are 11 and 9. Were either one to die, they estimate that
  84. personal finance

    Sue and Tom Wright are assistant professors at the local university. They each take home about $42,000 per year after taxes. Sue is 37 years of age, and Tom is 35. Their two children, Mike and Karen, are 11 and 9. Were either one to die, they estimate that
  85. math

    sales tax directions: find the total cost or sale price to the nearest cent? 1500 computer;7%discount Subtract 7% of $1500 from the price. This is the same thning as taking 93% of $1500. Your question mentions sales tax but you do not provide a rate for
  86. Calculus

    I need help to start this problem please, A company can sell 4500 pairs of sunglases monthly when the price is $5. When the price of a pair of sunglasses is increased by 10%, the demand drops to 4250 pairs a month. Assume that the demand equation is
  87. Financing

    During the sixth month of the fiscal year, the program director of the Westchester Home-Delivered Meals (WHDM) program decides to again recompute fixed costs, variable costs, and the BEP using the high–low method. Here are the number of meals served and
  88. Accounting

    During the sixth month of the fiscal year, the program director of the Westchester Home-Delivered Meals (WHDM) program decides to again recompute fixed costs, variable costs, and the BEP using the high–low method. Here are the number of meals served and
  89. Statistics

    A survey is being planned to determine the mean amount of time corporation executives watch television. A pilot survey indicated that the mean time per week is 14 hours, with a standard deviation of 2.0 hours. It is desired to estimate the mean viewing
  90. MAT 116 Algebra 1A

    Appendix D Landscape Design Landscape designers often use coordinate geometry and algebra as they help their clients. In many regions, landscape design is a growing field. With the increasing popularity of do-it-yourself television shows, however, many
  91. Managerial Economics

    The demand function for a cola-type soft drink in general is Q = 20-2P, where Q stands for quantity and P stands for price. At which price would a change in price and quantity result in approximately no change in total revenue? Why?
  92. math

    The Food Barn sells candy bars at a price of 5 for $1. Margaret bought $12 worth of candy bars there and resold half of them at a price of 3 for $1 and half at a price of 2 for $1. How much profit did she make (assuming her labor costs are zero)?
  93. accounting

    What is the closing entry to allocate a net income of $48,000 to Sara, Ellen, and Mary? Respective capital balances are $30,000, $40,000, and $30,000. No agreement was made for division of income. A. Debit Income Summary $48,000; credit Sara’s Capital
  94. Algebra 2

    Are these correct...Please help 1. The cost, in millions of dollars, to remove x % of pollution in a lake modeled by a. What is the cost to remove 75% of the pollutant? C=6,000/(200-2X) C=6,000/(200-2*.75)) C=6,000/(200-1.5) C=6,000/198.5 C=30.23 Million
  95. math

    An investment of 25,000 earns interest at an annual rate of 8.4% compounded continuosly a. find the instantaneous rate of change of the amount in the account after years b. find the instantaneous rate of change of the amount in the account at the time the
  96. math

    7. Professors’ Salaries The average salary for a Queens College full professor is $85,900. If the average salaries are normally distributed with a standard deviation of $11,000, find these probabilities. a. 0.3557 (TI: 0.3547) a. The professor makes more
  97. Msth 118 Ch 8

    Business and finance. The following scores were recorded on a 200-point final examination: 193, 185, 163, 186, 192, 135, 158, 174, 188, 172, 168, 183, 195, 165, 183. (a) Find the mean final examination score. (b) Find the median final examination score.
  98. chem

    sodium chloride (relative molecular mass = 58.5) had a solubility of 36.0 g per 100g of water. the density of the solution is 1.13 g/ml. which of the following calculations would give te solubility in moles per liter? A) 36.0 x 10/58.5 b) 36.0 x 10 x
  99. math

    I get confused on this. What type of chart would I use that would show the relationship between age and deaths/1000 people from car accidents. We are provided age groupings of 1-14, 15-24, 25-44, 45-64, and 65+ with this we also have the death rates for
  100. Maths

    Suppose that the height of a hill above sea level is given by z= 1000 -0.01x2 – 0.02y2. if you are at the point (60,1000) in what direction is the elevation changing fastest? What is the maximum rate of change of the elevation at this point?