computers

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  1. Calculus

    Universal instruments found that the monthly demand for its new line of Galaxy Home Computers t months after placing the line on the market was given by D(t) = 2900 − 2300e−0.08t (t > 0) Graph this function and answer the following questions. (a) What
  2. math help

    Universal instruments found that the monthly demand for its new line of Galaxy Home Computers t months after placing the line on the market was given by D(t) = 2900 − 2300e−0.08t (t > 0) Graph this function and answer the following questions. (a) What
  3. math

    The Media cnter at Josh's school has a computer area. The first four rows have sixm computers. the fifth row has four computers. how many computers are there in all?
  4. Language Arts

    7. in the biography nolan bushnell which of the following descriptions best reflects the authors feelings towards the impact of the computers on society A. computers hinder the academic performances of many students B. computers and technology promote
  5. Computer Development

    How has the history of computers changed over the years? The history of computers has changed over by the years by the growth of technology and te different computers that grow to be invented to work better and faster. Ways to answer the question would be
  6. computers

    what computers can do?what computers cannot do?what are the advantages and disadvantages of computers?what are the roles of computer in the society?
  7. Computer Literacy

    2. Which of the following components was a significant development featured in the Macintosh LISA computer? (C) C Prompt Disk Operating System Graphical User Interface) Memory 4. Which is NOT a function associated with a motherboard? (D) Expansion slot
  8. Math

    Theresa's company just bought 18 new computers. She was told that there would be a random drawing to see which employees got one of the new computers. If Theresa has 46 coworkers, what is the probability that she will get one of the new computers?
  9. Teachers Aide/Technology in the Classroom

    Which of the following scenarios most likely describes the future of technology in education? A. School personnel will become convinced that computers are a passing fad. B. More interactive multimedia programs will become available. C. Drill and practice
  10. English

    What does the narrator of “All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace” want? people to reject computers computers to rule man and animal the natural world to swallow up technology computers and living things to live together in a natural harmony My
  11. English

    What does the narrator of “All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace” want? A) people to reject computers B) computers to rule man and animal C) the natural world to swallow up technology D) computers and living things to live together in a natural
  12. English writing

    Topic is It has been said that computers are taking over our lives. Do you agree or disagree? Please help with the following thesis statements I wrote for the topic. Computers make terrific business parters. Our lives depend on computers for our everyday
  13. math

    A small group of employees in a company get viruses on their computers. Every hour, each computer infects one other computer. If it takes 8 hours for 100 computers to be infected, how long would it take for only 50 computers to be infected?
  14. Spanish

    Schools in Mexico _______. a. have no computers b. have 10 to 12 computers c. are working to increase the student/computer ratio*** d. have plenty of computers because they work with large computer companies Just checking my work:) *** - My Answer Thanks,
  15. Math

    Tony works in a factory that produces 1,000 computers each day. When 50 computers were sampled, it was found that 7 were defective. Estimate how many defective computers are made each day. 1. 140 2. 7 3. 4.
  16. Math

    Tony works in a factory that produces 1,000 computers each day. When 50 computers were sampled, it was fount that 7 were defective. Estimate how many defective computers are made each day.
  17. Computer Scheduling

    Five Computers 9:30-10:00 young toddlers 3 children here 10:00-12:00 older toddlers 4 children here 1:00-3:00 preschoolers 10 children here Scheduling time.Which one of the following statements is true for this schedule. A. The young toddlers aren't
  18. 5th grade math

    Could someone explain what multiplication comparisons are? An example of the problem is: Northview bought 6 computers Southview bought 2 computers Using multiplication, compare the number of computers the two schools bought. Express the comparison 2 ways.
  19. math

    Julius sold 5x as many computers as Sam sold last year. In total they sold 78 computers. How many computers did Julius sell. **Solve each problem by WRIING and solving the equation.
  20. Math

    Im having trouble getting the correct answer to this question. Could someone help out. Monthly sales of a particular personal computer are expected to decline at the following rate of S'(t) computers per month, where t is time in months and S(t) is the
  21. math

    A retailer planned to buy some computers form a wholesaler for a total of shilling 1,800,000. Before the retailer could buy the computers the price per unit was reduced by shilling 4,000. This reduction in price enabled the retailer to buy five more
  22. math

    A retailer planned to buy some computers form a wholesaler for a total of Shillings 1,800,000. Before the retailer could buy the computers the price per unit was reduced by shillings 4,000. This reduction in price enabled the retailer to buy five more
  23. math

    A retailer planned to buy some computers form a wholesaler for a total of Shillings 1,800,000. Before the retailer could buy the computers the price per unit was reduced by shillings 4,000. This reduction in price enabled the retailer to buy five more
  24. math

    Ridwan work in a factory packing computers. He packed 1/3 of all the computers in the morning. 1/2 of the computers he packed were shipped out immediately after packing. What fraction of all computers in the factory was shipped out after packing?
  25. Need help with math

    In a survey of 250 households regarding the ownership of desktop and laptop computers, the following information was obtained: ​ 130 households own only desktop computers. 30 households own only laptop computers. 50 households own neither desktop nor
  26. statistics and probability

    A shipment of 20 computers contains 4 defective machines.Two computers are selected at random without replacement and tested for being detective. (a). is this a binomial experiment? why or why not solution. Yes. because each trial can result in just two
  27. business application

    Explain why it is essential to learn about computers today and discuss several ways computers are integrated into our business and personal lives.
  28. computer

    what is the cost: performance: reliability: size: installed in numbers: of super computers, main frame, personal computers and PDA'S ?
  29. Technology

    If you want to teach whole classes how to use computers, where is the best place to locate the computers?
  30. technology

    Why computers manufacturers constantly are taking out computers more faster?
  31. Algebra

    I need help solving these three problems. 1/4(7 + 3g) + -g/8 Twice the greater of two consecutive odd integers is 13 less than three times the lesser number. Find the integers. About 4.9 million households had one brand of personal computers in 2001. The
  32. math

    one sixth of five dozen computers were shiped how many were not shiped b what was the ratio of computers were shipped to those that were not shipped c what percent of computers were shiped
  33. math

    The sales team at an electronics store sold 48 computers last month. The manager at the store wants to encourage the sales team to sell more computers and is going to give all the sales team members a bonus if the number of computers sold increases by 30%
  34. computer tech

    you are starting up a new business and have just rented an office with cubicles and desks already provided. you will have a total of 20 employees including yourself. 5 employees will be mobile users with Office 2007 software, another 5 will be doing
  35. computers in day care

    Which of the following statements about children and computers is not correct? A. Today, many children begin using computers in preschool or day care. B. Some day care providers begin computer-assisted instruction with children as young as two years old.
  36. English

    1. I am good at computers. 2. I am good with computers. (Are both the same in meaning?) 3. I am good at using computers. 4. I am good with using computers. (Are both the same and grammatical?)
  37. statistics 221

    A shipment of 35 computers contains three that are defective. How many ways can a small business buy four of these computers and receive no defective ones. a. 128 b. 35960 c. 52360 d. 6545
  38. Microeconomy

    If each worker in UK produced 72 computers/year and 180 tons of grain/year what is the opportunity cost for the computers
  39. english

    score/ score presents a fictional world, regulated by computers and other machines in which humans are noticeably absent. Though the main characters are actually two computers that converse, the story contains several details that create verismilitude.
  40. computers

    Scenario: You have been employed as the IT Director for the ABC Company. The company comprises 15 employees and it has not upgraded its computer system since 1996. Project: The President of the Company has asked you to replace the computers in every
  41. Recent History

    I don't understand what the big deal was about Y2K. Why would the world stop just because the computers would...I mean we existed all of these years without computers. It would make life more difficult certainly, but it wouldn't entirely end life as we
  42. geometry

    Your math classroom has 4 computers in it. There are 18 students in the class. What is the ratio of computers to students? whats the equation ?
  43. statistics

    A shipment of 30 computers contains four that are defective. How many ways can a small business buy five of these computers and receive no defective ones
  44. Science/English

    Here is my Science presentation, I'm having trouble with the last two sentences. What would you put as the last two sentences? Computer Technology My presentation is about how computers have changed from the past to the present. Then what I think is going
  45. economics

    With a fixed amount of resources, 20 units of computers or 30 units of food can be produced. Also, the combinations of computer and food can be produced. Combinations are 25 units of food and 4 units of computers, 20 units of food and 7 units of computers,
  46. Algebra

    ARE THESE CORRECT? Over the yrs, the O'Connell Company has been switching from typewriters to computers. At once time the company had 815 typewriters which were wearing out at a rate of about 60 per year. At the same time, they had 500 computers and were
  47. math

    in a shipment of 20 computers, 3 are defective three computers are randomly selected and tested. what is the probability that all 3 are defective if the first and second ones are not replaced after being tested. a. 1/760 b.1/1140 c.27/8000 d.3/5000 i chose
  48. Computers

    When setting up a network, you should set up any computers running the Microsoft Vista operating system: first. last. only before any computers running Linux. The order does not matter. aboekhout20: im thinking its either aboekhout20: C or D
  49. Education/Technology

    To get instant feedback for assessment, such as physical education fitness, a music lab activity, or reading competency, students have been shown how to use A) scanners or punch cards. B) handheld computers or PDAs. C) desktop or laptop computers. D)
  50. maths

    ABC company currently has 1/4 fewer computers than it has employees,if they currently have 80 employees and they want to hire 5% more.how many computers will they need to buy to ensure that each employees has one?
  51. algebra

    The number of computers sold by BCC depends on the dollar amound,x, that they spend on advertising. How much must they spend to sell 200 computers? Round to the nearest dollar and do not include units in your answer. N(x)=100+20 * In(0.25x)
  52. Math Alg2

    The number of computers sold by BCC depends on the dollar amount, x, that they spend on advertising. How many computers will they sell by spending $100,000 on advertising? Round to the nearest whole number and do not include units in your answer.
  53. statistics

    in a survey 15% of the student said they don't own computers if 75 didn't own computers how many took the survey
  54. Math- Alg 2

    The number of computers sold by BCC depends on the dollar amount, x, that they spend on advertising. How many computers will they sell by spending $80,000 on advertising? Round to the nearest whole number and do not include units in your answer. N(x) = 100
  55. word problem

    A company makes and sells notebook computers. The company’s cost function in thousands of dollars is C(x) = 0.3x + 100, and the revenue function in thousands of dollars is R(x) = 0.75x, where x is the number of notebook computers. (a) Evaluate and
  56. Calculus

    The number of Internet host computers (computers connected directly to the Internet, for networks, bulletin boards, or online services) has been growing at the rate of f(x) = xe^(0.1x) million per year, where x is the number of years since 1990. Find the
  57. math

    The weekly marginal cost functions C'(x) and the weekly marginal revenue function R'(x) of a company assembling personal computers are given by C'(x) =RM(3x^2-118x+1315) and R'(x)=RM(1000-4x), where x is the number of computers assembled per week. If the
  58. Math

    Annual sales (in millions of units) of pocket computers are expected to grow in accordance with the following function where t is measured in years, with t = 0 corresponding to 1997. f(t) = 0.18t^2 + 0.16t + 2.64 (0
  59. english

    What does the narrator of “All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace” want? people to reject computers computers to rule man and animal the natural world to swallow up technology computers and living things to live together in a natural harmony The
  60. Statistics

    The lifetime of computer chips is approximately normal with mean 1.4×106 hours and standard deviation 3×105 hours. The statistics department has 5 computers built with that chip as the main component. What is the probability that all 5 computers last
  61. Math

    Annual sales (in millions of units) of pocket computers are expected to grow in accordance with the following function where t is measured in years, with t = 0 corresponding to 1997. f(t) = 0.18t^2 + 0.16t + 2.64 How many pocket computers will be sold over
  62. English

    In one room we saw several unusual computers. Would the complete redicate be unusual computers and the verb unusual
  63. computers

    why do we need computer ethics? Why should we need ethics at all? The next question is why should computers change that? that doesnt answer me question Actually, it does. Think. Are you clear on the meaning of the word "ethics"?
  64. IST Subnetting

    You want to create a subnetwork of at least 100 computers. Currently your network is 172.21.0.0/16. Describe the subnetwork with the least amount of hosts that can accommodate 100 computers and calculate the subnet mask. What is the broadcast address for
  65. math

    A store owner receives 12 computers:nine are model A and the rest are model B.if two computers are sold at random,find the probability that one of each model is sold
  66. statistics

    A store owner receives 12 computers:nine are model A and the rest are model B.if two computers are sold at random,find the probability that one of each model is sold.
  67. Managerial Economics

    If the price of computers falls 6 percent during a period when the level of average prices falls 12 percent, the relative price of computers compared with other goods: a) Stays the same. b) Increases. c) Decreases. d) More information is required to answer
  68. math

    Suppose a computer virus begins by infecting 8 computers in the first hour it is released. Each hour after that, each newly infected computer causes 8 more computers to become infected. The function y = 8 (exponent x) models this situation. make a table
  69. Math

    The first modern electronic computer, called ENIAC, was introduced in 1946. Personal home computers were not available until 28 years later. In what year were personal home computers introduced.
  70. stats

    shipment of 30 computers, 8 are defective. Four computers are chosen at random. Find the probability that: a)Exactly two are defective b)None are defective c)At most two are defective
  71. Ethics and Technology

    Programming languages were developed in order to: A. make it possible to program computers in English. B. make programming faster and less error-prone. C. speed translations between America and the Soviet Union during the Cold War. D. improve the
  72. MATH PLEASE HELP THIS IS A TEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Which events are NOT independent? Landing on heads after tossing a coin and rolling a 3 on a 6- sided number cube Choosing a marble from a jar and landing on tails after tossing a coin Choosing a 5 from a deck of cards replacing it and then choosing an ace
  73. ict help asap

     How ICT is used in the wider world. This section should include actual examples of how computers and technology are used in the areas of: • E-commerce (online shopping) • Manufacturing (e.g. CAD & CAM) • Education (e.g. encyclopaedias, the
  74. Child Care

    4. Which of the following is not a reason why an early childhood teacher would choose to use a virtual field trip over live, hands-on experience? A. The teacher doesn't like leaving the classroom. B. The location is too far away. C. The actual trip would
  75. math

    A computer technician has been assigned the task of cabling together five computers numbered one through 5. Computer one must be cabled to computer three, and computer two cannot be cabled to computer five. Make a sketch of the distinct ways that the five
  76. Economics International Trade

    Heckscher- Ohlin Model 1. Suppose that Home produces computers (C) and Food (F) using skilled labour (S) and unskilled labour (L). The unit factor requirements for each industry are: aSC = 1 aSF = 1 aLC = 2 aLF = 4 (a)What good is skilled labour intensive?
  77. Economics Internation trade

    Please help on the following question 2. (Heckscher- Ohlin Model) Suppose that Home produces computers (C) and Food (F) using skilled labour (S) and unskilled labour (L). The unit factor requirements for each industry are: aSC = 1 aSF = 1 aLC = 2 aLF = 4
  78. Math

    A company is planning to produce and sell a new line of computers. The fixed cost will be $320,000 and it will cost $600 to produce each computer. Each computer will be sold for $800. 1. Write the cost function, C, of producing "x" computers.
  79. Pre-Calculus

    The logistic growth model p(t)=0.90/1+3.5e^-0.339t relates the proportion of new personal computers sold @ Best Buy that have Intel's latest coprecessor t months after it has been introduced. a) what proportion of new personal computers sold @ Best Buy
  80. math

    A store owner receives 12 computers:nine are model A and the rest are model B.if two computers are sold at random,find the probability that one of each model is sold. (base on probability and combinatorial analysis)
  81. Math

    Mr. Jackson sold 3 computers in the first year. In the second year he sold 4 times as many computers. In the third year he was able to sell 6 times as many computers as the first year. How many did Mr. Jackson see in three years.
  82. statistics

    à manufacturer of computers designed to aid social scientists in analyzing research data clams that his computers are opérational for at least 80 percent of the time. during the course of the year one computer was operational for 270 days. test, 1
  83. computer science

    what is the cost(most expensive,expensive or less costly)performance(powerful, most powerful or average)reliability(highly reliable or less reliable) size(large, medium or small)and installed in numbers(few, many or large) of super compters, mainframe
  84. statistics

    A university has 1000 computers available for students to use. Each computer has a 250 gigabyte hard drive. The university wants to estimate the space occupied on the hard drives. A random sample of 100 computers showed a mean of 115 gigabytes used with a
  85. Englsih

    1.who told us about computers 2.since the club meets in the afternoon 3.through the puddles. 4.before we ate dinner 5.toward us Use each phrase and clause in sentence then underline word that phrase/clause modifies. 1.The man who told us about computers
  86. computers

    You have been hired by a small company to network six computers in one small office that will be connected directly to the Internet. The company president wants a cost effective solution that will prevent hackers from accessing the gaining access to the
  87. psychology

    if there is a positive correlation between the number of computers one possesses and the person’s heart health. what is a third variable (X) that may explain this correlation that is a cause of each one of the two variables. If X goes up the number of
  88. Writing

    How do you start a thesis sentence with the subject on computers? Is this sentence a thesis? Computers are becoming more useful.
  89. Child Care

    Which of the following statements about children and computers is incorrect? A. To be effective, a child's computer learning experiences must be planned and supervised. B. At a day care center, computer time should be scheduled like any other activity. C.
  90. Computer Literacy

    1. Which vendor did IBM select to create the operating system for the IBM PC? (A) Microsoft Macintosh DEC Dell 2. Which of the following components was a significant development featured in the Macintosh LISA computer? (A) C Prompt Disk Operating System
  91. CIS 105

    As you have discovered, there are a variety of computers available, from the smallest computer in a domestic device to the supercomputers used in industry. Despite the different uses of computers, they all have basics elements in common—each computer
  92. math

    a computer company can sell 1000 computers if they price them at $500. The number sold will increase by 10 for every 1$ decrease in the price. The company has fixed cost of $100,000, and each computer costs $300 to produce. Find the price that will
  93. inter Algebra

    A startup company can sell 1000 computers if they price them at $500. The number sold will increase by 10 for every $1 decrease in the price. The company has fixed costs of $100,000, and each computer costs 4300 To produce. find the price that will
  94. Computers

    Most personal computers are equipped with a version of the Windows operating system, whereas Apple personal computers have a different operating system. Other choices are also available, such as UNIX and Linux. What do the other systems have to offer that
  95. managerial economics

    A study by the Computer Manufacturers Association of America analyzed the significant increase in the usage of computers by business firms in the United States over the last two decades. In terms of production theory, one might say the computer--labor
  96. Economics

    A study by the Computer Manufacturers Association of America analyzed the significant increase in the usage of computers by business firms in the United States over the last two decades. In terms of production theory, on might say the computer-labor ration
  97. managerial economics

    A study by the Computer Manufacturers Association of America analyzed the significant increase in the usage of computers by business firms in the United States over the last two decades. In terms of production theory, one might say the computer--labor
  98. MATH

    6. A computer company has two manufacturing plants, one in Rochester and one in Queens. Transporting a computer from Rochester to the retail outlet takes 15 hours and costs $15, while transporting a computer from Queens to the retail outlet takes 20 hours
  99. Finite Math

    6. A computer company has two manufacturing plants, one in Rochester and one in Queens. Transporting a computer from Rochester to the retail outlet takes 15 hours and costs $15, while transporting a computer from Queens to the retail outlet takes 20 hours
  100. Economics *Micro

    Goods Computer Wine x Y Qc Qw Country mil mil gal US 60 240 France 33 1/3 200 Assuming that without trade, -the US Produces 30 million computers, and - France produces 80 million gallons of wine. Also assuming that -both countries will completely

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