1. math

    I NEED HELP In a survey four out of the seven people named blue as their favorite color one out of three named red. If 1092 people were included in the survey how many named neither blue nor red as their favorite color A)192 B)104 C)148 D)212
  2. Microeconomics

    For each of the following situations for the egg market, describe what the impact on the equilibrium price and equilibrium quanity would be. 1-A sureon general warns that high-cholesterol foods cause heart attacks. - This would cause the price to drop and
  3. Math - Excel

    Hi, I need to write an Excel formula and I am trying to double check my work. We are asked to find the difference and relative difference for this account. So the values are: $10,000 $10,700 $11,400 $12,100 $12,800 $13,500 etc. The difference for each is
  4. statistics

    Confidence Intervals; In a survey of 1004 individuals, 442 felt that Randolph spent too much time away. Find a 95% confidence interval for the true population proportion
  5. ACCOUNTING

    Department A had 10,000 units in work in process that were 30% converted at the beginning of the period at a cost of $10,000. During the period, 15,000 units of direct materials were added at a cost of $60,000, 16,000 units were completed, and 9,000 units
  6. economics

    Producer surplus is shown graphically as the area: under the demand curve and above the market price. under the demand curve and below the market price. above the supply curve and below the market price. above the supply curve and below the market price.
  7. Bus 311

    1. Petra contracted to paint Bret’s house for $2,000. After beginning the job, Petra realizes that the house is really quite big, and she’s not going to make enough profit, so she tells Bret she wants another $500 to finish the job. Bret doesn’t want
  8. Math

    A clothing retailer purchased a line of fall leather coats which were priced to sell at $600 each. This price reflected a markup of 45% on the selling price. At the end of the season the retailer had three coats left, which were marked down to 25% and
  9. Chemistry

    The price of a popular soft drink is $0.980 for 24.0 oz (ounces) or $0.780 for 0.500 L. 1 qt = 32.0 oz. What is the price per liter of the 24.0 oz bottle? What is the price per liter of the 0.500 L bottle?
  10. Finance

    1. Determine the intrinsic values of the following call options when the stock is selling at $32 just prior to expiration of the options. a. $25 call price b. $30 call price c. $35 call price
  11. Algebra

    Marcia buys a dress that is on sale for 15% off its original price. She uses a store coupon to get an additional 10% off the sale price. She pays $91.80 for the dress. What was the original price?
  12. Math

    A city council candidate asks his campaign staff to gather some polling data. they survey a sample of voters to determine voters' attitudes. Which survey question does not show bias? Don't you think our candidate is the most qualified? Do you think
  13. managerial economics

    Suppose the market for good X has a four-firm concentration ratio of 0.50. Furthermore, assume that total sales in the industry are $1.2 million. Based on this information we know that sales for the largest four firms in the industry equals (in aggregate)
  14. 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.(c) Is
  15. maths

    Mr.Mathew left one-fourth of his property to his daughter as well as his son. He also left one-third of the remaining to charity and the rest to his wife. How much did his wife get if the charity amount was 100,000? Answer i got is 200,000. 1/3=100,000
  16. Accounting

    During its first year of operations, Maria Rose set up Roseland Inc. and invested $25,000 in the corporation. The company earned $68,000 of revenues and incurred $32,000 of expenses. At the end of the year, the company owed $24,000 to its creditors. A cash
  17. Econ MC

    Suppose that the equilibrium price in the market for widgets is $5. If a law reduced the maximum legal price for widgets to $4, a. consumer surplus would necessarily increase even if the lower price resulted in a shortage of widgets. b. consumer surplus
  18. Finance

    The present value of a $25,000 perpetuity at a 14 percent discount rate is A. 178,571 B. 285,000 C. 350,000 D. 219, 298
  19. Consumer Math

    You owe $3,450.00. Which credit limit gives you an acceptable debt ratio? $4,000.00 $2,000.00 $7,000.00 $5,500.00 helping my granddaughter with this.
  20. math

    This is for ms. sue Thank you. I did get 3,500,000,000,000 however, in your answer you didn't mention millions. I assumed the question wanted scientific notation.
  21. Finance

    ) What is your Average Payment Period if your Accounts Payable are $20,000, cost of Goods Sold is $200,000, and Sales are $500,000?
  22. FINANCE

    Bond valuation Nungesser Corporation’s outstanding bonds have a $1,000 par value, a 9 percent semiannual coupon, 8 years to maturity, and an 8.5 percent YTM. What is the bond’s price?
  23. finance

    The bonds of company A, carry a 10% annual coupon, have a 100,000 face value, and mature in 4years. Bonds of equivalent risk yield 7%. What is the market price of Company A.
  24. very hard math question please help

    The Candle Shop -Annual Inventory of candles. _______-________________________________ Jan 1 Beg Inventory 5,000 units @$0.89 ---------------------------------------- Feb 15 Purchase 10,000 units @ $0.69 ________________________________________ April
  25. Healthcare Finance

    you are considering starting a walk in clinic. Your financial projections are as follows: revenues $400,000, wages and benefits 220000, rent $5,000., depreciation $30,000., utilities $2,500., medical supplies $50,000. and administrative costs $10,000.
  26. Calculus

    C(x)= 16sqrt(x) + (x^2)/1000 Find the production level that will minimize the average cost
  27. math

    I don't understand how to estimate then find the quotient my problem is 35÷955 would it be 40÷1000
  28. Mathematics

    Find the greatest number which when divided into 1250 and 1000 leaves a remainder of 26 and 28 respectively.
  29. Algebra 2

    Find the value of $1000 deposited for 8 years in an account interest compounded semiannually.
  30. Business mayh

    Find the time if the principal is $1000 interest is $500 and the rate is 8-1/2
  31. math

    Question 1 Production Rates A manufacturing company wishes to estimate the number of items that its workforce can produce on average each hour now that they have a new machine. The factory examined the records for a random sample of 8 hours over the past
  32. Math

    1-)A passenger boat which travels 6 mph faster than a freighter required 3 days less time to make a trip of 2592 miles. Find the rate of the passenger boat. 2-)For the first of two basketball games the price of each reserved seat was $1.50,the price of
  33. financial investment homework

    Hi, My name is Franklin. I have a question on financial investment. Sue and Tom Wright are assistant professors at the local university. They each take home about $40,000 per year after taxes. Sue is 37 years of age, and Tom is 35. Their two children, Mike
  34. Microeconomics

    You are the manager of a California winery. How would you expect the following events to affect the price you receive for a bottle of wine? You may include graphs if they help illustrate your response. a)The price of comparable import wines decreases b)One
  35. business math

    This question is based on a standard modeling problem in business. The unit cost of a item (or drink or chemical) affects how much of the thing is sold. The revenue is the amount of money raised from sales. Hence, raising price should drop sales, but that
  36. Finance

    We are evaluating a project that costs $1,120,000, has a ten-year life, and has no salvage value. Assume that depreciation is straight-line to zero over the life of the project. Sales are projected at 64,000 units per year. Price per unit is $50, variable
  37. 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
  38. accouting

    - Hanna Manufacturing – Due Hanna Manufacturing manufactures components for the farming industry and is considering replacing its existing equipment with new and more high technology machinery, despite the fact that its existing eq uipment is only a few
  39. history

    When do the laws of supply and demand have less effect on prices? a) when a good or service is new b)when outside factors cause changes (my choice) c) when buyers dislike the prices that sellers change d) when sellers want to make more money
  40. accounting 2 urgent please help

    part 1 June 30, 2008/2007 Assets Cash- 34,700/23,500 accounts receivable- 101,600/92,300 inventory- 146,300/142,100 Investment-0/50,000 Land-145,000/0 equipment- 215,000/175,500 accumulated depreciation- (53,400)/ (41,300) 2008= 594,000 /2007=442,100
  41. home economics

    compute the price elasticity of demand for paint and show calculations? If a gallon of paint went from 3.00 to 3.50 a gallon and the usage of paint drops from 35 gallons a month to 20 gallons a month.
  42. math

    When an airplane leaves the runway, its angle of climb is 24° and its speed is 345 feet per second. How long will it take the plane to climb to an altitude of 10,000 feet? 16,000 feet? (Round your answers to one decimal place.) 10,000 ft = ? in s 16,000
  43. accounting

    The Anderson Company has sales of $4,500,000. It also has invested assets of $2,000,000 and operating expenses of $3,600,000. The company has established a minimum rate of return of 7%. What is Anderson Company's profit margin? 18% 44.4% 20% 80%
  44. Accounting

    The Clydesdale Company has sales of $4,500,000. It also has invested assets of $2,000,000 and operating expenses of $3,600,000. The company has established a minimum rate of return of 7%. What is Clydesdale Company's profit margin? A.20% B.80% C.44.4%
  45. Math :(

    Can someone plz explain how to do this math project, Plz give me some examples! Directions: For this project, you will visit an online marketplace website and choose three different products that you might want. For each product, you should provide a
  46. childcare

    Which of the following exhibits adult supervision with full accountability? A. Checking in from time to time to make sure that the child is safe B. Self-care for the child in his or her own home setting C. Sending a child to lessons or other youth groups
  47. Math

    Tom bought three tee shirts for the sale price of $14.50. The three tee shirts were originally priced $3.99,$6.99, and $5.99. How much money did he save compared to the original total price of the T-shirts? Show your calculations. What percentage of the
  48. math,help

    I definately do not understand this problem. If y varies directly with x, and y = 600 when x = 1000, find the constant of variation K. If y is directonally (proportional) to x, then for every value of x there is a value for y multiplied by a constant
  49. Math

    This problem deals with TRADE & CASH DISCOUNTS. PLEASE HELP solving some questions. Here is some information in regards to the questions. THANK YOU! Misuse and abuse of trade discounts infringe on fair trade laws and can cost companies stiff fines and
  50. Algebra2

    The first candle was sold at 10$ and the store sold 2500 of them. Then they decreased to 9.50$ and sold 2800, they decreased more to 9$ and sold 3100. Find a quadratic formula that will model the profit from this based on price change. What selling price
  51. Fundamentals of taxation 2015

    Robert & Becky( husband & wife) are both foyer and they contribute money to various organization each year. They file a joint return and their adjusted gross income for 2014 is $ 100,000.They contributed to the following organization in 2014 : $ 5,000 to
  52. Sales tax

    tom paid 695.5 for a tv when 7% sales tax was included in that price what was the price of the tv before the tax and how much sales tax did tom pay? You can set it up this way: 1.07x = 695.5 x = _______ That will tell you the price of the TV. The
  53. physics

    A jet plane pilot decides to accelerate horizontally. If the thrust of the engine is increased to 50 000 N at a time when the air resistance ( or drag) acting on the 4000kg plane amounts to 30 000 N , what will the planes acceleration be I believe you at
  54. Math

    Suppose the average size (in square feet) of homes in a certain region is 1747. Assume the variable is normally distributed with standard deviation 220. If a person in the region was intending to build a 1890 square foot home but downsized and built a 1274
  55. Accounting

    Holden Company's shareholders' equity includes 75,000 shares of $0.40 cumulative preferred shares that had been issued for $375,000 and 200,000 common shares issued for a total of $720,000. Holden did not declare any dividends during the prior year and now
  56. Algebra

    there are a 1000 tickets. Price for children's ticket is 6.5. Adult tickets are 9.5. total tickets sales are 8444. how many adult and children tickets are sold. Using binomials to solve. x+y = 16 (1 child + 1 Adult = 16) 6.5X + 9.5Y = 8444 6.5(16-y) + 9.5Y
  57. business

    Using the financial statements for the Goodyear Calendar Company, calculate the 13 basic ratios found in the chapter. December 31, 2008 Assets Current assets: Cash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $
  58. Applied Math- Gr.11

    A farmer wants to enclose three sides of a rectangular pasture unsing 1000 yards of fencing. The fourth side does not require fencing because it borders a river. What dimensions (length and width) should the farmer choose in order to enclose the greatest
  59. math

    Find the taxes for the following using the appropriate Tax Rate Schedule formulas. 1. Single - $168,000 2. Single - $247,000 3. Married, filing jointly -$421,000 4. Head of Household - $219,000 5. Married, filing separately - $154,642 6. Married, filing
  60. Math

    What is the smallest number that can round to 2,000,000 when rounded to the nearest 10,000
  61. math

    1,000,000+245-4564+3984068568+45-21x75.5675x500,000 :]
  62. FINANCE

    What will $10,000,000 be in 12 years if it earns 7% and you add $5,000 at the beginning of every month?
  63. math

    how many dimes equal the same total amount as 1,000,000,000 pennies?
  64. math

    What are the percentages of 80 000, 118 000,105 000and 138 000.
  65. Math

    Use the compound interest formula A=P(1+r)^t and the given information to solve for r. A=9,000,000 P=60,000 t=40
  66. math

    ) Among the integers from 1 to 10, 000, 000, 000 which are there more of: Those in which the digit 1 occurs or those in which it does not occur? please prove
  67. Algebra discount price

    The problem I'm stuck on goes like this: Jessica has a coupon for $75 off an iPad. When she arrives at the Black Friday sale, she sees the store is offering a 55% discount. She can't use both discounts. A) Write the equation that gives the discounted price
  68. MATH URGENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Tara is researching the stork population living in a bird reserve. On her first day, she captures and tags 37 birds. Two weeks later, she captures 48 birds and finds that 30 are not tagged. Estimate the actual number of storks in the bird reserve. 27. In a
  69. Math 104

    Five years ago, you bought a house for $171,000. You had a down payment of $35,000, which meant you took out a loan for $136,000. Your interest rate was $5.6% fixed. You would like to pay more on your loan. You check your bank statement and find the
  70. Business Mathematics

    Alan, Bob and Chuck own an advertising firm. The profit is allocated as follows: Each partner received $80,000. Any remaining profit is allocated in proportion to the revenue over $2,000,000 the partner brought in. Alan brought in $2,200,000 in advertising
  71. Algebra 1

    I'm completeing parts of my homework, and need help checking some of the problems. Could someone tell me if this is right? If it's not could you show me how to work it correctly? I'm not looking for someone to do my work, just show me how. There are no
  72. Physics

    The x vector component of a displacement vector has a magnitude of 104 m and points along the negative x axis. The y vector component has a magnitude of 185 m and points along the negative y axis. (a) Find the magnitude of . ________m (b) Find the
  73. Accounting

    How to write off assets on an income statement? Say the equipment was invested at $1,000,000. If i have to write off the cost of the equipment this year because it has no salvage value. Will it be -1,000,000 on the income statement? If the projected
  74. i need help math

    Ines became the manager of an electronics store. She decided to provide customers with a great holiday deal. A customer will be able to purchase 3 big screen televisions at the following price, the first one at the full price of $750, the second one will
  75. math

    Ines became the manager of an electronics store. She decided to provide customers with a great holiday deal. A customer will be able to purchase 3 big screen televisions at the following price, the first one at the full price of $750, the second one will
  76. Business

    Dukas Corporation's net cash provided by operating activities $218,000; its net income was $203,000; its capital expenditures were $146,000 and its cash dividends were $49,000. What is the company's free cash flow?
  77. MicroEcon

    The market for apple pies in the city is competitive and has the following demand schedule: Price Quantity Demanded $1 1,200 2 1,100 3 1,000 4 900 5 800 6 700 etc... 13 0 Each producer in the market has fixed costs of $9 and the following marginal cost:
  78. Math

    The price of a jacket at store A is $48. If the price at store B is 5.5% higher, what is the price difference? What is the cost of the jacket at store B? How would I set up this problem?
  79. Algebra help please!

    Suppose you are researching the eating habits of people your age. What sampling method could you use to find the percent of students in your grade who eat five servings of fruit and vegetables each day? What is an example of a survey question that does not
  80. Algebra 2

    Suppose you are researching the eating habits of people your age. What sampling method could you use to find the percent of students in your grade who eat five servings of fruit and vegetables each day? What is an example of a survey question that does not
  81. math statistics/probability

    can anyone show me how to work this problem out thanks in advance The Census Bureau provides data on the number of young adults, ages 18–24, who are living in their parents' home (the data include single young adults who are living in college dormitories
  82. exponential equations

    Jen made an initial investment of $1000 into a T-Bill account. After 2 years, her investment totaled $1 175. Calculate the rate of appreciation, r, of the investment. Give answer to 2 decimal places. 1.175 ------ = 1 1000 - -1 2
  83. iqra

    . The equation for a demand curve has been estimated to be Q = 100 - 10P + 0.5Y, where Q is quantity, P is price, and Y is income. Assume P = 7 and Y = 50. a. Interpret the equation. b. At a price of 7, what is price elasticity? c. At an income level of
  84. Maths

    jason went shopping, he bought a watch and a pair of trainers for a total price of £53.55, this price includes a 15%loyalty discount. before the discount the trainers were priced at £38 work out the price of the watch before the discount
  85. Algebra 1

    The manager of a band recommends that the band sell its CDs for $8.75. The band decides to sell the CD for p dollars. A) Write an absolute value expression that tells how far the bands price is from the recommended price. B) The band wants the price of its
  86. Business

    A. Joe won a lottery jackpot that will pay him $12,000 each year for the next ten years. If the market interest rates are currently 12%, how much does the lottery have to invest today to pay out this prize to Joe over the next ten years? B. Mary just
  87. Math

    9.During the basketball season, Diane took 134 shots and made about 56% of them. a. How many shots did Diane make? b. The team made a total of 498 shots. What percent of the team’s made shots did Diane make? (1 point) 24 shots; 15.1% 753 shots; 27% 240
  88. MICROECONOMICS

    Suppose you currently earn 30,000 a year. you are considering a job that will increase your lifetime earnings by 300,000 but that requires an MBA. The job will mean also attending business school for two years at an annual cost of 25,000. you already have
  89. Accounting 102

    Turner and Isham agreed to form a partnership. Turner contributed $ 200,000 in cash, and Isham contributed assets with a fair market value of $ 400,000. The partnership, in its initial year, reported net income of $ 120,000. Assume that the partnership
  90. English Expression

    Have you got your health checked? We have to go the hospital to get your medical certificate. After the 5th period, let's go out. He doesn't seem to have classes after 5th period(class). As I don't have classes as well, we can go out to do several things.
  91. fin decision making for managers

    Aberdeen Corp. uses activity-based costing system with three activity cost pools. The following cost information is provided: Wages and salaries $ 220,000 Depreciation 120,000 Utilities 100,000 Total $440,000
  92. Data Analyse

    Question 1 Production Rates A manufacturing company wishes to estimate the number of items that its workforce can produce on average each hour now that they have a new machine. The factory examined the records for a random sample of 8 hours over the past
  93. Math

    The selling price of a pair of pants is $34. If the store paid $8 less for the pants, find the price the store paid.
  94. math

    The selling price of a pair of pants is $34. If the store paid $8 less for the pants, find the price the store paid.
  95. Accounting

    Original budget for 2009 included $600,000 fixed overhead and $400,000 variable overhead. Labor hours were estimated at 200,000 labor hours. The predetermined overhead rate was $5 per hour. Actual overhead turned out to be $1,100,000. Actual labor hours
  96. math

    with the world population just over 7,000,000,000 people, prove that in less than a month one vampire could have the ability to infect the entire planet if they bit only two each day
  97. Chemistry

    The speed of light is = 3x10^8 m/sec. How long will it take to reach Pluto, 278,000,000,000 km away? I don't understand how to set this problem?
  98. Chemistry

    The speed of light is = 3x10^8 m/sec. How long will it take to reach Pluto, 278,000,000,000 km away? I don't understand how to set this problem?
  99. Word Problem

    Salaries are: 48,000, 30,000, 24,000 per year. the company spends an additional 25% on health insurance for each person annually. How to I calculate the totals?
  100. Math

    Olivia cut a wooden board into 3 equal parts. If the board was originally 8 1/4 feet long, how long was each of the 3 parts? A. 1 1/12 feet B. 2 3/4 feet C. 5 1/4 feet D. 9 3/4 feet B The results of a survey indicate that approximately 627,000 people in a