1. acounnting

    9. The materials price variance reveals the difference between ____________________. (Points : 1) the price paid for materials and the quantity of materials used the quantity of materials used and the quantity of materials allowed for good output none of
  2. Finance

    You are considering borrowing $150,000 to purchase a new home. a. Calculate the monthly payment needed to amortize an 8 percent fixed-rate 30-year mortgage loan. b. Calculate the monthly amortization payment if the loan in (a) was for 15 years.
  3. advanced math

    A ladder is placed 4 ft from the side of a building. The top of the ladder must be 13 ft off the ground. What is the shortest ladder that will do the job? 4^2 + 13^2 = x^2 16+169=185^ =34,225
  4. Math (quadratic function)

    A fuel station sell, aproximately, 2140 liters of gasoline, per day, in which each liters costs 1,75 dollars. The owner observed that, reducing the price of the liter, occurs an increase in the volume of fuel sold, in the proportion of 20 liters sold per
  5. Calculus

    Zoe purchased a house in 1999 for $196,000. In 2004, she sold the house and made a net profit of $80,000. Find the effective annual rate of return on her investment over the 5-year period. (Round your answer to the nearest hundredth of a percentage point.)
  6. Economics

    Are these examples of elastic/inelastic supply products correct? Plane tickets: A plane ticket is an example of inelastic supply. If the price of a ticket changes, the airline cannot quickly increase the supply of seats. It takes a long time to make more
  7. Economics for Manager

    Hello, Could someone please help me find the answer to this question: The two largest diner chains in Kansas compete for weekday breakfast consumers. The two chains, Golden Inn and Village Diner, each offer weekday breakfast customer a “breakfast club”
  8. Managerial Economics

    I am completely lost in working this problem. 1. The total operating avenues of a public transportation authority are$100 million while its operating costs are $120 million. The price of a ride is $1, and the price of elasticity of demand has been
  9. finance

    You have only saved 2,000. You are going to trade in your old car and get a new one. The dealership has offered you 3,000 for your trade, and you have accepted their offer. The car you want to buy costs 23,000 but you talked them down to 21,000. The
  10. Finite Math

    Working on this for a couple of hours, any help? Input -output matrix F S C F .1 0 .2 S .2 .1 .4 C 0 0 .1 F= Food S=Shelter C=Clothing x=(I-A)^-1(D) 1)What should the total production of the three industries be to generate a $900,000 surplus each? I gotthe
  11. Finite Math

    Working on this for a couple of hours, any help? Input -output matrix F S C F .1 0 .2 S .2 .1 .4 C 0 0 .1 F= Food S=Shelter C=Clothing 1)What should the total production of the three industries be to generate a $900,000 surplus each? I gotthe following for
  12. earth

    If the distance from the moon to the Earth increased from 230,000 (which it is today) to 2,000,000 miles, what affect would this have on the tides?
  13. math

    solve the problem the national debt is $$44,280,000,000 and the population is 4,920,000.what is the debt per person
  14. accounting

    1,150,000 in cash. How long would it take them to accumulate $2,000,000 in cash? Assume an interest rate of 5 percent.
  15. Accounting

    MHS currently has $1,150,000 in cash. How long would it take them to accumulate $2,000,000 in cash? Assume an interest rate of 5%.
  16. finance

    Metropolis currently has $1,150,000 in cash. How long would it take them to accumulate $2,000,000 in cash? Assume an interest rate of 5%.
  17. chemistry

    How many years would it take to fly to the sun on a spacecraft that travels 1,000 m/s? (The sun is 93,000,000 miles away) (USE DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS)
  18. finance

    Metropolis currently has $1,150,000 in cash. How long would it take them to accumulate $2,000,000 in cash? Assume an interest rate of 5%.
  19. 3 Questions

    I have three True/False questions. If they are false, please explain why. It is due Monday. 1. A shift in supply causes the price of a good to rise. The shift must have been an increase in supply. I think this is True. 2. The price of good X rises. This
  20. math

    An employee saves for her retirement by depositing $1000 a quarter. She deposits her money in an annuity which pays a return of 2% a year compounded quarterly. What will the value of the annuity be after ten years? n = 4*10 = 40 interest per period
  21. statistics

    Assume that the population proportion is .55. Compute the standard error of the proportion, ( ), for sample sizes of 100, 200, 500, and 1000 (to 4 decimals). a. 100? b. 200? c. 500? d. 1000?
  22. Math

    There were 7,404,000 unemployed American workers in 1995. In 1980, there were 7,637,000 Americans unemployed. a. What was the average change in unemployment for each of these 15 years? b. If this decline continues at the same rate, how many Americans will
  23. Business Law

    Milton purchased a riding lawn mower from Jack's Law and Garden Shop, a retailer. During the first use, Milton is injured while mowing the hill behind his home when the seat of the mower comes loose and he is thrown from the mower. Milton may sue Jack's
  24. Math

    In a survey, three out of seven people named blue as their favorite color. One out of six named red. If 1,092 people were included in the survey, how many named neither blue nor red as their favorite color? 17. 650 people 468 people 442 people 806 people
  25. MATH

    In a survey, one out of three people named blue as their favorite color. Two out of seven named red. If 1,092 people were included in the survey, how many named neither blue nor red as their favorite color? A. 416 people B. 432 people C. 540 people D. 512
  26. business law

    im kind of confused about the concept on agency Tania had apparent authority to buy a car for Sharon, provided the price was less than $10,000. Tania has now entered into an agreement to buy a car, on Sharon's behalf, from Douglas for $15,000. the answer
  27. business law

    im kind of confused about the concept on agency Tania had apparent authority to buy a car for Sharon, provided the price was less than $10,000. Tania has now entered into an agreement to buy a car, on Sharon's behalf, from Douglas for $15,000. the answer
  28. Accounting

    The capital accounts of Hawk and Martin have balances of $160,000 and $140,000, respectively, on January 1, 2010, the beginning of the current fiscal year. On April 10, Hawk invested an additional $10,000. During the year, Hawk and Martin withdrew $86,000
  29. Statistics

    The per-store daily customer count (i.e., the mean number of customers in a store in one day) for a nationwide convenience store chain that operates nearly 10,000 stores has been steady, at 900, for some time. To increase the customer count, the chain is
  30. Statistics

    The per-store daily customer count (i.e., the mean number of customers in a store in one day) for a nationwide convenience store chain that operates nearly 10,000 stores has been steady, at 900, for some time. To increase the customer count, the chain is
  31. college statistics

    a set of data is normally distributed with a mean of 1000 and a standard deviation of 100.what would be standard score for a score of 900.what percent of scores is betyween 1000 and 900.what would be percentile rank for a score of 900.
  32. ALGEBRA

    Bill wants to open a business selling chairs. It will cost him a fixed amount of $1,000,000 to open a factory, and a variable cost of $5 to manufacture each chair. What will the total cost be to produce: 1,000 chairs? 100,000 chairs?
  33. Managerial Economics

    A monopolist faces the price equation P = 1,000 – 0.5Q, and cost is given as TC = 400 + 100Q +2.5Q^2.Determine the profit at the revenue maximizing level and the profit maximizing level. Compare the answers above and comment on the appropriate goal of
  34. math

    in 1996 there were about 2,342,000 marriages in the united states, using the # above my teacher wants me to find percentage of marriages per month she started me with january which had 100,000 mariages which came out to 4 percent of marriages for that
  35. Calculus

    A company offers the following schedule of charges: $30 per thousand for orders of 50,000 or less with the charge per thousand decreased by 37.5 cents for each thousand above 50,000. Find the order which will make the company's receipts a maximum? How do
  36. algebra 1

    Jaun drives to work. he averages 22mph, he returnes home averaging 32mph. total travel time is 2.25 hours. a. define a variable for the time Jaun takes to travel to work. write an exprension for the time it takes to return home. b. write and solve an
  37. chemistryhelp

    how many moles of excess reactant are present when 3.20 x 10^2 mL of 0.226 M sulfuric acid reacts with 0.531 L of 0.185 M sodium hydroxide to form water and aqueous sodium sulfate
  38. chemistry

    The reaction A -> B + C is 1st order w/ respet to A. It's rate const k is equal to 0.343 M/s at 273K. The initial concentration of A was 0.399 M. Calculate the concentration of B after 0.185 secs have passed.
  39. fiannce hw help plzzz

    Flem company considering replacing a filling line at oklahoma.The existing line was purchased several years ago 600,000.The line book value is 200,000, and flem managament feels that could be sold at this time for $150,000.A new increased capcity line can
  40. finance help plz

    Flem company considering replacing a filling line at oklahoma.The existing line was purchased several years ago 600,000.The line book value is 200,000, and flem managament feels that could be sold at this time for $150,000.A new increased capcity line can
  41. stats help

    i cant find how much the stock price (NYCE) for standard oil on black friday ( 1929) dropped? can anyone sggest a site thathas it... i couldn't find any sites that provide this information. please help me! THANK YOU!!!
  42. algerbra 2

    you deposit 10,000 dollars in an account that pays 4.25% interest compouned continuously. How long will it take for the account balance to reach $15,000? i have $15,000=$10,000e^(.0425)(t). is that right? if not please can i get a reasoning if it's wrong,
  43. Math

    Alice requires $10,000 in two years. If the interest rate is 6% and compounded quarterly, how much must Alice place in the account to have the required amount? (a) $ 6,274.10 (b) $ 8,877.10 (c)$ 8,573.40 (d) $ 5,000.00 (e) $ 10,000.00
  44. college math

    Suppose you deposit $103,000 into an account paying 7.5% simple annual interest, and that you won't touch the account until it holds $1,000,000. How long must you wait?
  45. math

    The city of Toronto’s population rose from 2,000,000 to 4,500,000 in the last twenty years of the twentieth century. What was the annual average percentage increase in population for that period?
  46. Finance

    anderson inc has 5,000,0000 debt at 10% per year, sale of 10,000,000, a tax rate of 40% and a net profit margin of 6%, what is anderson's times interest earned ratio?
  47. home economics

    Find the marginal and average function for each of the following functions. a). TC=3Q^2+5Q+10, b). TC=30+5Q-2Q^2+4Q^3
  48. 3rd grade math

    examples of quadrilateral find at home
  49. statistic

    A study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of varying amounts of vitamin C in reducing the number of common colds. A survey of 450 people provided the following information: Daily amount of vitamin C taken None 500 mg 1000 mg No Colds 57 26 17 At
  50. Social Studies

    If I could have some help on this question I'd appreciate it.I think the answer is B. Which problem would most likely result if banks did not exist? (1 point) People would no longer be able to save money. Money would not move through the economy very well.
  51. Managerial Economics/Math

    I wanted to post this as a new question to make sure you saw it. Thanks! :) Posted by klynn on Wednesday, October 3, 2007 at 11:29am. This is an MBA-level Managerial Economics Course. I'm working on some HW and just want to double-check my answers. 1.
  52. word problems

    you are considering 2 jobs. one job pays $350 per week plus 2% commission on all sales. The second job pays $1200 per month and 2.5% commission on all sales. assuming sales of $1000,000 during the year, which job pays the best?
  53. algebra

    On the day a child was born, a lump sum P was deposited in a trust fund paying 6.5% interest compounded continuously. Use the balance A of the fund on the child's 29th birthday to find P. (Round your answer to the nearest cent.) A = $5,000,000 P = $1
  54. math

    in 2001 there were about 2,317,000 marriages in the United States. Ms.Sue, I know you want me to do this by myself and you would do the explaining. Ms.Sue here is one of the example problems from my study links.I don't get how they find the percentage. My
  55. English

    1. When school was over, we went home. 2. School being over, we went home. 3. School over, we went home. --------------------------- #1 can be changed into #2, right? What about #3? Can we use #3?
  56. statistics

    a survey from a research firm found that 30% of teenage consumers receive their spending money from part-time job.if five teenagers are selected at random,find the probability that only three of them will have part-time jobs.
  57. Check Answers (Math)

    1. Which binomial is a factor of x^3-3x^2-28x? A. x-4 B.x^2-4 C.x-7*** x^2-7 2. A company's profit is described by the equation. P(x)=-5^2+300x+15,000. Where x is the price in dollars that the company charges for its product. What should the company charge
  58. math

    With 300 dollars one will have to buy total 30 items. If price of a exercise book is 30 dollars, price of pen is 24 dollars and price of a pencil is 6 dollars, and if that person is bound to buy at least one of each item, how many exercise books, how many
  59. accounting

    I was given gross accounts receivable $15,200,000 and $17,600,000 respectively; allowance for uncollectible accounts at the begining and end of the year $1,400,000 and $1,550,000; expense for estimated uncollectible accouts $750,00 which was 1% of sales;
  60. math

    a baseball diamond is actually a square. the distance between bases is 90 feet. when a runner on first base tries to steal second, a catcher has to throw from home to second base.how far is it between home and second base?
  61. computer c++

    write a program that produce a bar chart showing the population growth of Prairieville, a small town in the Midwest, at 20 year intervals during the past 100 years. the program should read in the population figures (rounded to the nearest 1000 people) for
  62. math

    I cant figure this thing out fully, I feel so clueless. Does anyone have any pointers or tips for me? Company needs a new copy machine. Rent costs are = 17.5 cents / each. Number of copies = atleast 200 000. (The company agrees to buy at least that number)
  63. Econ

    Consider the situation faced by a for-profit educational institution, such as the University of Phoenix. It has done an analysis of its costs of teaching lower-level business courses (introductory accounting, business law, and so on) in its Indianapolis
  64. accounting

    from the following transactions state which account will be debited and which will be credited by filling up. S.No. Transactions Accounts involved Application Reason with respect to Rules of Debit and credit Sample Example Mr. X started business with cash
  65. math

    A state fair had 1,019,887 people in attendance. The fair committee performed a survey. The question was, “What do fairgoers enjoy most about the fair?” Of those who responded, 83% reported eating traditional
  66. math

    Five years ago, you bought a house for $151,000, with a downpayment of $30,000 which meant you took out a $121,000 loan. Your interest rate was 5.75% fixed. You would like to pay more on your loan. You check your bank statement and find the following
  67. Please help-Math

    Please answer these problem for me.Thanks so much. 1. Border's Bookstore ordered 800 art books. On verifying the order, only 160 books were actually received. The percent of the order missing was: 2. The net price equivalent rate of 9/15/18 is: 3. If the
  68. Math

    Please answer these problem for me.Thanks so much. 1. Border's Bookstore ordered 800 art books. On verifying the order, only 160 books were actually received. The percent of the order missing was: 2. The net price equivalent rate of 9/15/18 is: 3. If the
  69. math

    A company had sales of 500,000 in 1996 and sales of 720,000 in 1998. Use the midpoint formula to to find the company's sales in 1997.
  70. math

    A company had sales of 500,000 in 1996 and sales of 720,000 in 1998. Use the midpoint formula to to find the company's sales in 1997.
  71. Math

    Hi I'm having some trouble with this question: The selling price of a mathematics textbook is related to the number of pages in the text. A 300 page book sells for $25 and each additional 10 pages increases the price by $1. - What is the linear equation
  72. Question on budget

    How can I turn this into a line-item budget for personnel cost, a functional budget to calculate personnel costs per MRI procedures, and also a program (clinic) budget for providing health care services for 3000 patient visits? Someone please help I'm
  73. chem

    For the reaction: N2+3H2<--->2NH3 4.000 mol N2, 2.000 mol H2, and 6.000 mol NH3 are placed in a 2.000 L container and allowed to reach equilibrium. When equilibrium is established the [H2]=2.77 M. Calculate the equilibrium concentrations of nitrogen
  74. Accounting

    The proposed 'asset' investment for a new restaurant is $2,000,000. The restaurant is expected to generate cash inflows of $300,000 during its 'project' life of ten (10) years. The Weighted Cost of Capital is 10%. What is the Present Value of a 'cash'
  75. accounting

    Marks: 20 At the beginning of the fiscal year, ABC Clinic expected to treat 10,000 patients and estimated that it would incur $1,000,000 in overhead. At fiscal year end data indicated that the clinic only saw 9,000 patients and incurred overhead of
  76. Maths

    A man walk from his home to town ,6 km away at a speed of 4 km/h and return s home by tanga at speed of 12 km/h.what is the mans average speed for the whole journey.
  77. Math

    An auto dealer paid $ 4195.25 for a large order of special parts. This was not the original price. The amount paid reflects a 3% discount off the original price because the dealer paid cash. What was the original price of the parts?
  78. Math

    Jan Gentry is the owner of a small company that pro¬duces electric scissors used to cut fabric. The annual demand is for 9,000 scissors and Jan produces the scissors in batches. On average, Jan can produce 185 scissors per day. Demand for scissors has
  79. Statistics

    Jan Gentry is the owner of a small company that pro¬duces electric scissors used to cut fabric. The annual demand is for 9,000 scissors and Jan produces the scissors in batches. On average, Jan can produce 185 scissors per day. Demand for scissors has
  80. Fin&Acc

    B3 Company is a manufacturing firm that uses job-order costing. The company's inventory balances were as follows at the beginning and end of the year: Beginning Ending Raw materia $26,000 $31,000 Work in process 77,000 59,000 Finished goods 124,000 139,000
  81. FINANCE

    12. Bond Quotes Consider the following bond quote: a municipal bond quoted at 101.25. If the municipal bond has a par value of $5,000, what is the price of the bond in dollars?
  82. economics

    GDP per capita in the U.S. was approximately $41,000 in 2005, what will it be in the year 2015 in GDP per capita grows each year by A) 0% B) 2% C)4% Use algebra. a) 41,000 b) 41,000*((1.02)^10) c) 41,000*((1.04)^10)
  83. college algebra

    Demand Equation: The price p, in dollars, and the quantity x sold of a certain product obey the demand equation x = -5p + 100, 0 (less than or equal to) p (less than or equal to) 20 a.) Express the revenue R as a funtion of x. b.) What is the revenue if 15
  84. accounting

    Capwell Corporation uses a periodic inventory system. The company's ending inventory on December 31, 2011, its fiscal-year end, based on a physical count, was determined to be $326,000. Capwell's unadjusted trial balance also showed the following account
  85. algebra

    A consumer electronics company sells 6.7 million MP3 players per month at a price of $100 apiece; when the price is lowered to $80, the company sells 10.2 million players per month. How many MP3 players can the company expect to sell per month at a price
  86. Stastics

    An employer claims that full time employees have a mean income of $35,000. A sample of 200 employees were considered. Their mean salaray was $34,000. POP sd of $4,000. Does her claim seem reasonable at at 0.05 significance level?
  87. fiannce

    the fixed costs for a frim drop by 25costs%. Prior to breakthrough fixed were $100.000 and united contribution margin was and remains at 5.00. The new amount of break-even units will be: is it 15,000 or 20.000 why? Thank You
  88. accounting

    Company sells 100,000 wrenches for $12.00 a unit. Fixed cost are $300,000.00 and net income is $200,000. What should be reported as variable expenses on the income statement?
  89. algebra

    A furniture manufacturer can sell dining room tables for $4,000 each. The manufacturer’s total cost consists of a fixed overhead of $300,000 plus a production costs of $1,000 per table
  90. Annuity math

    The city of Toronto’s population rose from 2,000,000 to 4,500,000 in the last twenty years of the twentieth century. What was the annual average percentage increase in population for that period?
  91. Algebra I

    Please show me how to solve: The value of a $20,000 car decreases every year, t. The equation below models this situation: 20000(1-0.04t)=13,000. After how many years will the car be worth $13,000. Round to the nearest tenth if necessary.
  92. Calc

    The demand for a commodity generally decreases as the price is raised. Suppose that the demand for oil (per capita per year) is D(p)=800/p barrels, where p is the price per barrel in dollars. Find the demand when p=55. Estimate the decrease in demand if p
  93. Math

    The demand for a commodity generally decreases as the price is raised. Suppose that the demand for oil (per capita per year) is D(p)=800/p barrels, where p is the price per barrel in dollars. Find the demand when p=55. Estimate the decrease in demand if p
  94. English

    Can you please check these sentences please? Thank you. 1) Along the wall in front of the left window there is a book closet (correction: book shelf) 2)What distance do you walk to school every day? OR How far do you walk to school every day? 3) They have
  95. financial management

    The current price of a stock is $33, and the annual risk-free rate is 6%. A call option with a strike price of $32 and with 1 year until expiration has a current value of $6.56. What is the value of a put option written on the stock with the same exercise
  96. Discrete Mathematics

    When a theater charges $50 per ticket, a sold-out crowd of 600 will buy tickets. For every $5 increase in ticket price, 6 fewer people buy tickets. What ticket price would maximize the theater’s revenue? (Recall that revenue = price • quantity).
  97. economics

    Suppose the price of widgets falls from $7 to $5 and consumption of widgets rises from 15 widgets a month to 25 widgets. Calculate your price elasticity of demand of widgets. What can you say about your price elasticity of demand of widgets? Is it Elastic,
  98. econmics

    Suppose the price of widgets rises from $7 to $9 and consumption of widgets falls from 25 widgets a month to 15 widgets. Calculate your price elasticity of demand of widgets. What can you say about your price elasticity of demand of widgets? Is it Elastic,
  99. algebra

    suppose a market research company finds that a price of p=$22, they would sell x=42 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p=$12, then they would purchase the tile and they can expect to sell x=52 tiles in a month. Find the equation of the line for
  100. college algebra

    There were 39,000 desktop publishing jobs in the United States in 2000. It has been projected that there will be 64,000 desktop publishing jobs in 2010. (a) Using the BLS data, find the number of desktop publishing jobs as a linear function of the year.