1. english

    1. Evenings, we sit at home and watch TV. 2. Every evening, we sit at home and watch TV. 3. In the evenings, we sit at home and watch TV. 4. In the evening, we sit at home and watch TV. ================================ Thank you for your help......In the
  2. math

    Tasha’s school bus usually drops her off in town every day at 4pm and her mother picks her up at the bus stop. Last Friday was a short school day, only Tasha’s mother forgot so she wasn’t at the bus stop when Tasha was dropped off an hour early, at
  3. math

    how do solve this question? jane budgets her monthly take-home pay. the remainder she deposits in her savings account . she budgets 1/3 of her take-home pay for rent, 1/8 for car expenses,1/6 for food , 1/24 for insurance and 1/16 for entertainment. what
  4. account

    For both cases, show what each firm would report in its annual statement of profit and loss and other comprehensive income under the: a)Cash Basis b)Accrual Basis CASE 1 During 2012 Gangnam Marketing earned revenues of $500,000 on account. Gangnam
  5. Earth Science - NEED HELP QUICK

    What is the thickness of the layer from 1000 - 850 mb if the mean temperature of the layer is 2 C? From what it says in my textbook it seems as if mb = hPa so all you do is 850 - 1000 = -150 hPa but I am pretty sure that is wrong because what do you do
  6. Finance

    I don't have a formula for this question: Purchasing Power= 1280.08 (Nov.1/07) Purchasing Power= 1000.00 (Nov.1/97) What is the annual rate of inflation? I think it can be solved 1280.08/1000 -1 but Im not sure??
  7. macroeconomics

    Could you please help me with these couple of problems? Assume that C=a+(.75)(YD), where YD= Y-T 1. If the autonomous tax increases by 1000, the leakage schedule will shift up by how much? 2. A full employment income, planned aggregate expenditure exceeds
  8. English

    1. Less than 5,000 people live here. [Does 'less than 5,000' include '5,000'?] 2. More than 5,000 people live here. [In math, does 'more than 5,000' include '5,000'?]
  9. managerial economics

    A firm offers two differentiated products, X and Y and faces two types of consumers, types A and B. There are equal numbers of each type of consumers ¡V so, for simplicity, assume there is just one of each type. The valuations of the two types of
  10. managerial economics

    A firm offers two differentiated products, X and Y and faces two types of consumers, types A and B. There are equal numbers of each type of consumers ¡V so, for simplicity, assume there is just one of each type. The valuations of the two types of
  11. managerial economics

    A firm offers two differentiated products, X and Y and faces two types of consumers, types A and B. There are equal numbers of each type of consumers ¡V so, for simplicity, assume there is just one of each type. The valuations of the two types of
  12. finance

    Question #28 The construction of abuilding costing $12,0CI0,000 started i* Year I and was completed and occupied in Year 2 (two years constructions). $8,000,000 of the construction costs was incurred in Year I and the halance in Year 2. Using the old rules
  13. Health

    What is the risk factor of the following situation? You went to a friend’s birthday party and your dad said to call when you were ready to come home. Your friend’s older brother has a friend who says he lives near you and he would take you home. You do
  14. cultural diversity

    Which is NOT a strategy that can be implemented by a teacher to understand a family’s goals for his or her child’s linguistic development? A. The teacher can create a parent survey. B. The teacher can assume each family has the same goal for their
  15. accounting

    Jane and Walt form Orange Corporation. Jane transfers equipment worth $475,000 (basis of $100,000) and cash of $25,000 to Orange Corporation for 50% of its stock. Walt transfers a building and land worth $525,000 (basis of $200,000) for 50% of Orange’s
  16. Accounting

    Absorption Income versus Contribution Margin Income Absorption Income versus Contribution Margin Income Given the computations for both gross profit on sales and contribution margin, can you give specific benefits to be derived from gross profit on sales
  17. MATH

    IT TOOK STACY 6 MINUTES TO COUNT TO 1,000. IF SHE CONTINUED COUNTING AT THE SAME RATE, HOW LONG WOULD IT TAKE HER TO COUNT TO 1,000,000?
  18. MATH

    IT TOOK STACY 6 MINUTES TO COUNT TO 1,000. IF SHE CONTINUED COUNTING AT THE SAME RATE, HOW LONG WOULD IT TAKE HER TO COUNT TO 1,000,000?
  19. Econ

    Shep goes to his favorite coffee shop every morning and always buys one large latte, no matter whether there is a special or not (e.g. half price Mondays). What is his price elasticity of demand for lattes?
  20. Business Communication

    Which of the following sentences advocates an idea in a positive way? A."I can't see anyone buying the product at that price." B."The unit is way overpriced." C."Customers can get a better deal anywhere else." D."We can corner the market if we discount the
  21. Business English

    Which of the following sentences advocates an idea in a positive way? A. I can't see anyone buying the product at that price. B. The unit is way overpriced. C. Customers can get a better deal anywhere else. D. We can corner the market if we discount the
  22. History check

    What did Francis Cabot Lowell and Samuel Slater have in common? Their inventions allowed the U.S. economy to decrease dependence on slaves. Their inventions made Transatlantic communication more efficient. They imported technological advances from Great
  23. ECONOMICS

    How is the equilibrium price determined? My Answer: Equilibrium price is determined by demand and supply. How do shifts in equilibrium price occur? MY ANSWER: ???????
  24. Finance

    Organic Foods Inc. sells 50-pound bags of grapes to the public schools for $10 a bag. The fixed costs of this operation are $80,000, while the variable costs of grapes are $.10 per pound. a. What is the break-even point in bags? b. Calculate the profit or
  25. Business 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
  26. Economics

    A monopoly produces widgets at a marginal cost of $8 per unit and zero fixed costs. It faces an inverse demand function given by P = 38 - Q. Suppose fixed costs rise to $200. What will happen in the market? A.The firm will decrease its output and lower its
  27. Inventory

    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
  28. math

    A Ford Focus goes about 2 meters down the road for each revolution of its tires, which, when new, have treads about 1 centimeter thick. If it goes 80,000 km (50,000 mi) before its tread is gone, find the average thickness of tire lost durin each
  29. Economics are these correct

    Are these correct? Thanks, Answer is next to number of question C 1. Which of the following is consistent with the law of supply? a. As the price of calculators rises, the supply of calculators increases, ceteris paribus. b. As the price of calculators
  30. accounting

    Bond Conversion The tramot corporation has $2,000,000 of 6 percent bonds outstanding. There is $40,000 of unamoritized discount remaining on the bonds after the March 1, 2008 semiannual interest payment. The bonds are convertible at the rate of 20 shares
  31. pre alegra

    A product that cost 2,000 increase by 5% in June. The new June price of the product increased by 5% on December 1st. How many dollars did the product increase by Dec 1. I don't have a clue! Can you please help
  32. Math

    A company’s profit is described by the equation P(x) = – 5x^2 + 300x + 15,000 where x is the price in dollars that the company charges for its product. What should the company charge for the product to generate the maximum profit? a.) $20 b.) $30 c.)
  33. math

    Samir's mom is a real estate agent. When she sells a house, she receives a commission that is 6% of the selling price of the house. If she sells a house for $180,000, what is her commission for this sale?
  34. English

    Wait I do not get this when and whent i look online and it said that whent isn't a word but how do i say something like this: I whent home. or is it I when home. Any i'm no good at past tenses
  35. socials

    demographer 1. calculate following increases or decreases in population for following countries. Country A Births/1000 = 90 Deaths = 36 Immigrants = 20 Emigrants = 10 I calculate this I get 64/1000 Country B Births/1000 = 75 Deaths = 15 Immigrants = 10
  36. eco

    where can i find information about the new york correctional officers Try these sites. http://www.docs.state.ny.us/jobs/CO_Exam.html http://www.docs.state.ny.us/jobs/jobs.html http://www.nyc.gov/html/doc/html/home/home.shtml I googled New York corrections
  37. economics

    Median income in a country rises by $5000 per year. The price of good X falls by $4. Quantity demanded for good x falls by 15,000 units per year. What can we say with good X?
  38. In

    ABC Company – Training Program ABC Company has 50,000 employees in its headquarters. The company wants to increase employee productivity by setting up an internal software applications training program for its employees. The training program will teach
  39. math116 appendix e

    4. The line represents an estimate of the average cost of gasoline each year. The line estimates the price of gasoline in January of each year (“Consumer price index,” 2006). a. Do you expect the lines to be intersecting, parallel, or perpendicular?
  40. FIN 4018 - INCOME TAX PLANNING

    Carolyn sold capital property on 2011 for $800,000 and incurred $24,000 in selling costs. The property had an ACB of $176,000. Colin received $200,000 at the of sale and a note for the balance. The note is to be repaid over six years in equal installments
  41. Intro to Algebra

    In 19977, a math professor bought her condominium for $60,000. The value of the condo has risen steadily so that in 2007 real estate agents tell her the condo is now worth $750,000. Find a formula to represent these facts about the value of the condo V
  42. Unit 4 - Investing

    Compare a regular cash dividend with a periodic share repurchase. Which has greater appeal to you? Explain. Explain a stock dividend and further explain if you would perfer it to a cash dividend. What are stock splits and how desirable are they? Please
  43. Pre- Algebra

    out of 245 students, -218 students like the program -27 do not find the program necessary. if a circle graph were made from this data, what would the measure of the central angle be for the group who likes the survey? round to the nearest whole number
  44. algebra 2

    a survey of 20 colleges found that seniors graduated with an average $12000 in debt from student loans. The debt was normally distributed with a standard deviation of $3200. Find the probability that a senior graduated owing more than $16000.
  45. Calculus

    The price-demand and cost functions for the production of microwaves are given as p=235−x40 and C(x)=14000+70x, where x is the number of microwaves that can be sold at a price of p dollars per unit and C(x) is the total cost (in dollars) of producing
  46. physics

    A sailor strikes the side of her ship just below the waterline. She hears the echo of the sound reflected from the ocean floor directly below 2.00 s later. How deep is the ocean at this point? (Assume the velocity of sound in water is 1560 m/s, and enter
  47. English

    1. I have 4 pets back home in America. -------------------------------------------------- What is the meaning of 'back' and 'home' here?
  48. home economics

    pls i need the three main branches of home economics and explain one
  49. home economics

    list and explain 5 career oppotunities in home economics
  50. stats

    The mean of Exam 1 is 80%. The variance is 25. How many students of my IS310 class of 200 students have scores between 70% and 90%, assuming that the distribution is bell-shaped? a.180 b.185 c.190 d.195 I'm not sure how to set up this problem.
  51. mangerial eco

    you are the manager at the cadillac division of GM. If the marketing department has estimated that the annual demand for the escalde is Q=100,000-1.25P what price should you charge in order to maximize revenues from sales? Total revenue is P*Q. So, TR =
  52. survey of clac

    g(x)={x+6, for x<-2, -1/2x+1, for x> or equal to -2, find the limit: lim g(x)= lim g(x)= x-->-2^- x-->-2^+ lim g(x)= lim g(x)= x-->-2^+ x-->4^-
  53. Microeconomics

    The market equilibrium price for coffee beans in Ecuador is $2.75/pound, a price at which growers are unable to make a profit. Due to the lack of profits, many growers have stopped production and the output of coffee beans has fallen from 400 tons per year
  54. Economics

    The market equilibrium price for coffee beans in Ecuador is $2.75/pound, a price at which growers are unable to make a profit. Due to the lack of profits, many growers have stopped production and the output of coffee beans has fallen from 400 tons per year
  55. Math 11u

    A Computer company has been selling 1200 computer games per week at $18 each. Data indicates that for each $1 price increases, there will be a loss of 40 sales per week. It costs $10 to produce each game. Let x represent the number of $1 price increases.
  56. algebra/pre-calc - please help

    Lines can be used to approximate a wide variety of functions; often a function can be described using many lines. If a stock price goes from $10 to $12 from January 1st to January 31, and from $12 to $9 from February 1st to February 28th, is the price
  57. Accounting

    Please help (Revenue Classification) Clark County had the following revenue sources in 2011: General property taxes $8,000,000 Restricted (for education) property taxes 570,000 Meals tax (restricted for economic development and tourism) 200,000 Fines and
  58. algebra

    ) Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $30, they would sell x = 42 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $20, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 52 tiles in a month’s time. Find
  59. ALGEBRA

    Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $20, they would sell x = 42 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $10, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 52 tiles in a month’s time. Find
  60. Mat117

    a. Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $20, they would sell x = 42 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $10, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 52 tiles in a month’s time. Find
  61. math

    a. Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $20, they would sell x = 42 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $10, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 52 tiles in a month’s time. Find
  62. math

    a. Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $40, they would sell x = 27 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $15, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 47 tiles in a month’s time. Find
  63. algebra

    a. Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $20, they would sell x = 42 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $10, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 52 tiles in a month’s time. Find
  64. algebra

    a. Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $20, they would sell x = 42 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $10, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 52 tiles in a month’s time. Find
  65. math

    a. Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $20, they would sell x = 42 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $10, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 52 tiles in a month’s time. Find
  66. Math

    Raising Maine magazine's August 5,2009, Home GREEN Home" article about going green discusses ways to improve a home's energy efficiency while keeping conservation in mind. From an efficient floor plan, to a house plan maximizing sunlight, triple-pane glass
  67. Accounting

    Physicians practicing in Eastern University’s hospital have the following compensation agreement. Each doctor bills the patient (or Blue Cross Blue Shield) for his or her services. The doctor pays for all direct expenses incurred in the clinic, including
  68. Chemistry

    The speed of light is = 3x10^8 m/s. How long w ill it take to reach Pluto, 278,000,000,000 km away? This is how I solved it: 3x10^8m/s x 1km/1000m x 1/2.78x10^11 km I keep getting the wrong answer. I am not sure if this is how you set this conversion??
  69. accounting

    Shania Shelton, the owner, invested $105,000 cash, office equipment with a value of $6,000 and $45,000 of drafting equipment to launch the business in exchange for its common stock. Which journal entry would this be?
  70. Accounting

    A company had 120,000 shares of common stock outstanding on January 1 and then sold 40,000 additional shares on March 30. Net income for the year was $280,000. What are the earnings per share?
  71. math,correction, bobpursly

    Since when is 5^7 =8125? if a number is a multple of ten, that means the last digit is zero. The leading digit cannot be zero. 9*10^5*1 on c, again, the leading digit cannot be zero. d is right e. no leading zero is allowed. 9*9*8*7*6*5*4= ? can someone
  72. Statistics

    The U.S. Department of Labor and Statistics released the current unemployment rate of 5.3% for the month in the U.S. and claims the unemployment has not changed in the last two months. However, the states statistics reveal that there is a decrease in the
  73. Math

    In 2002 Home depos saes amounted to 58200000000. In 2006, its sales were 90800000000. a. Write Home Depo's 2002 sales and 2006 sales in scientific notation. b. What was the percent growth in Home Depo's sales from 200 to 2006? Do all work by using
  74. Finance Math

    Miguel purchased a $51,000 RV for the family. The dealer told Miguel that there is a 30 percent markup on selling price for this type of vehicle. a.) What was the amount of the dealer’s markup? b.) What was the dealer’s original cost?
  75. math

    Midland Oil has $1,000 par value bonds outstanding at 8 percent interest. The bonds will mature in 25 years. Compute the current price of the bonds if the present yield to maturity is: A. 7 percent. B. 10 percent. C. 13 percent.
  76. accounting

    Midland Oil has $1,000 par value bonds outstanding at 8 percent interest. The bonds will mature in 25 years. Compute the current price of the bonds if the present yield to maturity is: A. 7 percent. B. 10 percent. C. 13 percent.
  77. Math

    a company will need $30,000 IN 7 YEARS FOR AN ADDTION. TO MEET THIS GOAL THE COMPANY DEPOSITS MONEY IN AN ACCOUNT TODAY THAT PAYS 7% ANNUAL INTREST COMPONDED QUARTERLY. TO FIND THE AMOUNT THAT SHOULD BE INVESTED TO $30,000 IN 7 YEARS. HOW MUCH SHOULD THE
  78. math

    The president of the country PTA organization makes copies of membership lists for all of the elementary schools. Sometimes she may need only few copies but at other times she needs thousands of copies. TIP copy Service charges 3 ½ cents per copy plus a
  79. math

    The president of the country PTA organization makes copies of membership lists for all of the elementary schools. Sometimes she may need only few copies but at other times she needs thousands of copies. TIP copy Service charges 3 ½ cents per copy plus a
  80. algebra

    Axia College Material 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
  81. Chemistry

    Income tax for some states is computed by taking 3% of the excess income over $3,000 plus 1% of the first $3,000. How much tax is charged on a income of $12,000? 12,000 1 percent on first 3000 3 percent of (12,000 - 3000) I'm trying to figure the
  82. Math (Finance)

    Can someone please help me with these questions? I do not know how to solve them. I need them by 4:00pm PST. Thanks in advance. Problem 6.19 Trigen Corp. management will invest cash flows of $772,380, $776,008, $982,094, $818,400, $1,239,644, and
  83. Math

    A certain country taxes the first $20,000 of an individual's income at a rate of 15%, and all income over $20,000 is taxed at 20%. a. Al makes $16,000. Betty makes $36,000. How much is each taxed? b. Write a piecewise function T that specifies the total
  84. math 115

    I am stuck with this problem can some let me know how to work this problem please help me The representative tells you that floor plan #1 sells for $300,000 and floor plan #2 sells for $200,000. She also mentions that all the available houses combined are
  85. math 115

    I am stuck with this problem can some let me know how to work this problem please help me The representative tells you that floor plan #1 sells for $300,000 and floor plan #2 sells for $200,000. She also mentions that all the available houses combined are
  86. accounting

    Cartwright inc has $1,000,000 of 10% bonds outstanding on December 31, 20x8. On January 1, 20x9 adams corp and 80% owned subsidiary of Cartright, inc purchases a $250,000 part of cartwrights inc's outstanding bonds in the market for $245,000. Interest
  87. Government

    A market in which buyers and sellers are free to buy and sell as they wish is known as a A. global market. B. common market. C. free market. D. world market. is it A.
  88. MAT/117

    a. Suppose that a market research company finds that at a price of p = $40, they would sell x = 37 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $25, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 52 tiles in a month’s time.
  89. Economics

    Suppose a monopolistically competitive firm’s demand is given by P = 100 – 2Q And its cost function is given by TC = 5 + 2Q a. Find the profit maximizing quantity, price, and total profit level. b. Is this a long-run or a short-run outcome? How do you
  90. economics

    You are a team working for an economic consulting firm; your client is “The New Delmonico Steakhouse,” a high-end steak place with four restaurants in Manhattan. Your client is considering opening a single restaurant in Chicago (in the Loop), and wants
  91. math

    I am a 6 digit number my 8 is worth 8*1000 .one of my 4's is worth 40. The other is worth 1/10 as much.My 5 is worth 50,000.MY 3 is worth 3(100's).My other number is 1. What number am I?
  92. physics

    A commuting student leaves home and drives to school at an average speed of 41.0 km/h. After 24.0 min she realizes that she has forgotten her homework and returns home to get it at the same average speed. It takes 9.0 min to find the report, after which
  93. physics

    A commuting student leaves home and drives to school at an average speed of 42.0 km/h. After 20.0 min he realizes that he has forgotten his homework and returns home to get it at the same average speed. It takes 7.0 min to find the report, after which the
  94. math 208

    Price of a Stamp The table lists the price P of a first-class postage stamp for selected year’s t. t 1963 1975 1987 2002 2007 p $.05 $.13 $.25 $.37 $.41 (a) Find the slope of each line segment connecting consecutive data points in the table. Can these
  95. Engineering Statistics

    "A study has shown that 20% of all college textbooks have a price of $90 or higher. It is known that the standard deviation of the prices of all college textbooks is $9.50. Suppose the prices of all college textbooks have a normal distribution. What is the
  96. maximizing profit calculus

    During the summer months Terry makes and sells necklaces on the beach. Last summer he sold the necklaces for $10 each and his sales averaged 20 per day. When he increased the price by $1, he found that he lost two sales per day. a. Find the demand
  97. English

    1. Whenever I visited him, he was not at home. 2. Every time I visited him, he was not at home. 3. At any time when I visited him, he was not at home. [Are they all the same in meaning?] 4. You may go wherever you like. 5. You may go every place you like.
  98. multiple choice economics

    Advances in technology have reduced the cost of manufacturing MP3 players. If demand does not change, A. more MP3 players will be sold at a higher price. B. fewer MP3 players will be sold at a higher price. C. more MP3 players will be sold at a lower
  99. English

    Crossing the Sea A verdant rain forest rises out of the ocean to snow-capped peaks. Powerful fiords snake their way into glacial valleys. Rivers roar and meadows blossom. Many consider the land of New Zealand to be among the most beautiful places on Earth
  100. English

    Crossing the Sea A verdant rain forest rises out of the ocean to snow-capped peaks. Powerful fiords snake their way into glacial valleys. Rivers roar and meadows blossom. Many consider the land of New Zealand to be among the most beautiful places on Earth