# how much wheat is produced by the countriesthat produce the most wheat

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1. ## math

in recent year, the world production of wheat was about 5.2 *10^8 metric tons. Canada produced 1/25 of this wheat. about how much wheat did Canada produce?

2. ## math

1. A farmer has 100 acres of land on which she plans to grow wheat and corn. Each acre of wheat requires 4 hours of labor and \$20 of capital, and each acre of corn requires 16 hours of labor and \$40 of capital. The farmer has at most 800 hours of labor and

Refer to Figure 4. Assume that Cliff and Paul were both producing wheat and corn, and each were dividing their time equally between the two. Then they decide to specialize in the product they have a comparative advantage in. As a result, total production

1. What is the product of (5.1 × 10^3) • (3.2 × 10^3)? (1 point) 16.32 × 10^6 1.632 × 10^7 16.32 × 10^9 1.632 × 10^10 2. What is the product of (7.28 × 10^-2) • (9.1 × 10^-2)? (1 point) 6.6248 × 10^-3 66.248 × 10^-4 6.6248 × 10^4 66.248 ×

5. ## Math!

Please help me! I do not under stand any of this! I know i should do it on my own. but please help me!! 1.(6.0 x 10^5) x (3.0 x 10^4) = (1 point) 18 x 10^20 18 x 10^9 1.8 x 10^20 1.8 x 10^10 2. (5 x 10^–2) ÷ (2 x 10^3) = (1 point) 2.5 x 10^-5 2.5 x

6. ## Math

For each situation first write and equation in the form of y=mx + b. Then solve each problem. A farm has 75 acres of wheat. The farmer can harvest the wheat from 12 acres per day. In how many days will all of the fields be harvested? y=12x + 75 74/12=6.25

7. ## Pre-Algebra

1. What is the product of (5.1x10^3)x(3.2x10^3) A. 16.32 x 10^6 B. 1.632 x 10^7 C. 16.32 x 10^9 D. 1.632 x 10^10 2. What is the product of (7.28x10^-2)(9.1x10^-2) A. 6.6248 x 10^-3 B. 66.248 x 10^-4 C. 6.6248 x 10^4 D. 66.248 x 10^-3 3. What is the

8. ## maths

Three bags of wheat,two bags of corn, and one bag of oats weigh the same as one bag of wheat,one bag of corn and five bags of oats,if two bags of corn and one bag of oats weights 25 pounds and one bags of corn weights 10 pounds,How much does one bag of

9. ## Calculus

(a) If a farmer plants x units of wheat in his field, 0 ≤ x ≤ 144, the yield will be 12x − (x^2/12) units. How much wheat should he plant for the maximum yield? (b) In the problem above, it costs the farmer \$108 for each unit of wheat he plants, and

10. ## math

A farmer plants corn and wheat on a 180-acre farm. The farmer wants to plant three times as many acres of corn as wheat. Write a system of linear equations that represents this situation. Use xx to represent the number of aces of corn planted and yy to

11. ## Earth Science

1. Select the three ways water and energy are consumed in the production of store-bought bread. a. Water is consumed to transport the wheat. b. Energy is consumed to process the wheat into flour. c. Energy is consumed to grow the wheat. e. Water is

12. ## Economics

(Absolute and Comparative Advantage) You have been given the following information concerning the production of wheat and cloth in the United States and United Kingdom: Labor Hours Required to Produce One Unit United Kingdom United States Wheat 2 1 Cloth 6

13. ## Math

A farmer plants 0.4 of a field with a wheat. The field is 3.45 acres in size. How many acres are planted with wheat ? A ( 0.126) B ( 0.138) C ( 1.26) D ( 1.38 )

14. ## Math

In a recent year , the world production of wheat was about 5.2x10^8 metric tons. Canada produced 1/25 of this wheat. About how much wheat did Canada produce? A 20.8x10^8 B 2.08x10^7 C 2.08x10^6 D 20.8x10^7 Is the answer B?

15. ## Algebra

A farmer has 20 acres to plant in wheat and barley. He has to plant at least 15 acres. Wheat costs \$200 per acre to plant and barley costs \$150 per acre, and the farmer has only \$2400 to spend. If the estimated profit of an acre of wheat is \$450 and the

16. ## Social studies

1) Which of the following causes subsistence farmers to increase labor-intensive practices like weeding, applying manure, and crop rotation? A. the need to compete with commercial farmers B. the human drive to improve any process C. decreasing costs of

17. ## ECONOMIC

The income elasticity for most staple foods, such as wheat, is known to be between zero and one. As incomes rise over time, what will happen to the demand for wheat? What will happen to the quantity of wheat purchased by consumers? What will happen to the

18. ## economics

Assume Cliff and Paul were both producing wheat and corn, and each person was dividing his time equally between the two. Then each decides to specialize in the product in which he has a comparative advantage. Furthermore, they agree to trade 3 bushels of

19. ## MATH

1.What is the probuct of (5.1 x 10^3) x (3.2 x 10^3)? A. 16.32 x 10^6 B. 1.632 x 10^7 C. 16.32 x 10^9 D. 1.632 x 10^10 2.What is the product of (7.28 x 10^-2) x (9.1 x 10^-2)? A. 6.66248 x 10^-3 B. 66.248 x 10^-4 C. 6.6248 x 10^4 D. 66. 248 x 10^-3 3.What

20. ## economics

Wheat farmers in Kansas would benefit from a devastating crop failure in N.Dakota if the U.S.demand for wheat? is... a. inelastic b. elastic c. unit elastic d. downward sloping e. perfectly elastic

21. ## Economics

Much of the demand for U.S. agricultural output has come from other countries. In 1998, the total demand for wheat was Q = 3244 – 283 P. Of this, total domestic demand was QD = 1700 – 107 P, and domestic supply was QS = 1944 + 207 P. Suppose the export

22. ## percentage

Chitra used wheat flour&plain flour to bake some cakes.19%of the flour used was wheat flour.if she used 475g of flour,find: A) the total mass of flour she used for the cakes B) the mass of plain flour she used

23. ## college math

1. A farmer has 1000 acres of land on which corn, wheat, or soybeans can be grown. He also knows that each acre of corn requires 5 days of labor and yields a profit of \$20. Each acre of wheat requires 9 days of labor and yields a profit of \$40. Each acre

24. ## economics

This table shows the number of labor hours required to produce a digital camera and a bushel of wheat in China and South Korea. Digital Camera Wheat (bushels ) Quantity of Digital Camera Quantity of Wheat China 100 hours 5 hours 90 1800 South Korea 90

25. ## math

A nutrition center sells haelth food to mountain climbing teams. The trailblazer mix package contains 1 pound of corn cereal mixed with 4 pounds of wheat cereal.The frontier mix package contains 2 pounds of corn cereal mixed with 3 pounds of wheat

26. ## statistics

Farmer Max, sells grain to Germany, owns 60 acres of wheat fields. Based on the past experience, he knows that the yield from each individual acre is normally distributed with mean 120 bushels and standard deviation 12 bushels. Help Farmer Max plan for his

27. ## Math

Farmer Brown planted corn and wheat on his 1200 acres of land. The cost of planting and harvesting corn is \$275.00 per acre. The cost of planting and harvesting wheat is \$125.00 per acre. If Farmer Brown's total cost was \$244,500, how many acres of corn

28. ## Math

in recent year, the world production of wheat was about 5.2 *10^8 metric tons. Canada produced 1/25 of this wheat. about how much wheat did Canada produce?

29. ## Microeconomics

PLEASE HELP..the table shows the number of labor hours required to produce a digital camera and bushel of wheat in China and S.Korea. China Digital cameras 100hrs China Wheat 5hrs S.Korea Digital cameras 90hrs S.Korea Wheat 3hrs The question is if each

30. ## History

A main aspect of a global economy focuses on unemployment within a country. trade relationships among many nations. advertising from local businesses natural resources in a nation.*** Since The United States has Joined the global economy, Utahns have

31. ## Science

A fungus called stem rust penetrates the cells of a wheat plant, causing water loss, destruction of food-producing parts, and retarded root developemtn. Both the yield and quality of the grain are reduced. This relationship of stem rust to wheat would best

32. ## Maths

Rice is 40% costlier than wheat. By what per cent is wheat cheaper than rice?

33. ## POETRY

He set his face away from the eclipse, his eyes seeking their way to a place where the sun does not see. In the distance, the wheat waved and wilted under the wind whose breath blew beyond the bare field. The day found its bearings under the chorus of

34. ## Algebra

A farmer plans to plant 270 acres of his farm with wheat and soybeans. For every 2 acres of land planted with soybeans, the farmer wants to plant 7 acres of land with wheat. The farmer uses the following system of equations to determine how many acres of

35. ## math

on a certain farm, on average, 64 hens lay 768 eggs in 64 days. also on average, 46 hens on same farm eat 46 kilograms of wheat in 46 days. On this farm, on average, the consumption of how much wheat (in kg) corresponds to 2 dozen eggs?

36. ## Math

On a certain farm, on average, 64 hens lay 768 eggs in 64 days. On that same farm, on average, 46 hens eat 46 kilograms of wheat in 46 days. On this farm, on average, the consumption of how much wheat (in kg) corresponds to 2 dozen eggs?

37. ## Earth Science

1. Which statements describe an aquifer? Select the three correct answers. a. can be created only by digging or drilling b. can be recharged after being depleted c. layer of permeable rocks d. underground water storehouse e. layer of impermeable rocks 2.

38. ## econ question part 3

This is the chart Canada produces 50 wheat and 20 Microchips Jpn produces 2 wheat and 12 Microships the chart shows the productivity of ONE SINGLE UNIT of resource so if the question was Suppose that prior to the trade, each country allocated half of its

39. ## Economics

Below is the production possibility information of small nations Arboc and Arbez, which can produce two goods, wheat, and coffee. The maximum quantity of each good is shown in the table below. Assume the two nations trade in a world containing many small

40. ## economics

Canada and the US both produce wheat and computer software. Canada is said to have the comparative advantage in producing wheat if

41. ## MATH

Q. A farmers in Alberta often deliver wheat to grain elevators using grain truck, which are a type of dump truck. A farmer make two trips to a grain elevator. The grain elevator manager measures the combined mass of the farmer's truck and wheat in tonnes

42. ## math - question stuck!

Q. A farmers in Alberta often deliver wheat to grain elevators using grain truck, which are a type of dump truck. A farmer make two trips to a grain elevator. The grain elevator manager measures the combined mass of the farmer's truck and wheat in tonnes

43. ## Economics

ARBOC ARBEZ WHEAT COFFEE WHEAT COFFEE 120 0 120 0 0 30 0 20 8. The terms of trade are 2 units of wheat per unit of coffee, Arboc should produce which good? Arbez should produce which good? 9. The terms of trade are 5 units of wheat per unit of coffee,

44. ## SS

The united states is the largest exporter of wheat Canada is the second largest .Today there are fewer Canadian farms. How is it possible that the number of farms has decreased but the praie provinces continue produce most of canads wheat

45. ## Social Studies

The United States is the largest exporter of wheat. Canada is the second-largest. Today there are fewer Canadian farms. How is it possible that the number of farms has decreased but the Prairie Provinces continue to produce most of Canada’s wheat? Does

46. ## Social studies

The United States is the largest exporter of wheat. Canada is the second-largest. Today there are fewer Canadian farms. How is it possible that the number of farms has decreased but the Prairie Provinces continue produce most of Canada’s wheat? A.Large

47. ## Economics

Clem Oatley could grow wheat and barley. He could grow 75 bushels of wheat or 125 bushels of barley using the same resources on an acre of his land. The price of wheat is \$2.00 per bushel and the price of barley \$ 0.80. Show the benefits to Clem from

48. ## economics

Suppose that there are two states that do not trade: Iowa and Nebraska. Each state produces the same two goods: corn and wheat. For Iowa the opportunity cost of producing 1 bushel of wheat is 3 bushels of corn. For Nebraska the opportunity cost of

49. ## History

The United States is the largest exporter of wheat. Canada is the second-largest. Today there are fewer Canadian farm. How is it possible that the number of farms has decreased the prairie provinces continue produce most of Canada wheat? A. Canada B. Large

50. ## Biology organism classification

We have "made up" organism's based on real ones like these 2. Chemosynthetic goldfish that convert pollution to food (autotrophs) 3. Aquatic humanoids whose main diet is aqua-wheat and basking sharks. They have fins instead of legs (heterotrophs) 4.

51. ## Math

At the regional swim meet the swimmer with the fastest time finished in 2 5/6 minutes. The last place finisher has a time of 4 2/3 minutes. What was the difference in minutes between the first and last place? A.2 1/6 B.1 5/6 C.2 1/5 D.1 1/6 B? Farmer Brown

52. ## math

1. A farmer has 1000 acres of land on which corn, wheat, or soybeans can be grown. He also knows that each acre of corn requires 5 days of labor and yields a profit of \$20. Each acre of wheat requires 9 days of labor and yields a profit of \$40. Each acre

53. ## social studies

how much wheat is produced by the countriesthat produce the most wheat

54. ## economics

Suppose the USA and Canada are considering to trade. Assume there are only two goods in the economy: wheat and corn. The table below illustrates what each country can produce in a given year. Wheat Corn USA 4 2 Canada 5 8 In this case, which country should

55. ## economics

Suppose the USA and Canada are considering to trade. Assume there are only two goods in the economy: wheat and corn. The table below illustrates what each country can produce in a given year. Wheat Corn USA 4 2 Canada 5 8 In this case, which country should

56. ## Econ

I have spent a few hours on this question. Can anyone help? The demand for Healthy Wheat Cookies is downward sloping, while the supply is upward sloping. Healthy Wheat Cookies are a normal good produced mainly from wheat and sugar. The government recently

57. ## ECONCMIC

Suppose that the price elasticity of demand for wheat is known to be -0.75. Will a good wheat crop (which increases the supply of wheat) be likely to increase or decrease farmers’ revenues?

58. ## Econ question trade part 2

i posted this question yesterday. but i also got another questions This is the chart Canada produces 50 wheat and 20 Microchips Jpn produces 2 wheat and 12 Microships the original question was 1. If the terms of trade changed to 2 microships for one tonne

59. ## math

1. What is the product of (5.1 × 10^3) • (3.2 × 10^3)? (1 point) 16.32 × 10^6 1.632 × 10^7 16.32 × 10^9 1.632 × 10^10 2. What is the product of (7.28 × 10^-2) • (9.1 × 10^-2)? (1 point) 6.6248 × 10^-3 66.248 × 10^-4 6.6248 × 10^4 66.248 ×

60. ## Economics

Below is the production possibility information of small nations Arboc and Arbez, which can produce two goods, wheat, and coffee. The maximum quantity of each good is shown in the table below. Assume the two nations trade in a world containing many small

61. ## Micro economics

Below is the production possibility information of small nations Arboc and Arbez, which can produce two goods, wheat, and coffee. The maximum quantity of each good is shown in the table below. Assume the two nations trade in a world containing many small

62. ## Econ

Suppose a new type of pest, which is immune to existing pesticides, attacks the wheat crop. As a result, at a given quantity of clothing, the economy is able to produce fewer bushels of wheat than before the attack of the new pests. Adjust the PPF curve to

The following table provides date on the productivity of a single unit of resource in producing wheat and microchips in both canada and jpn wheat microships canada 50 20 jpn 2 12 now if terms of trade was 2 microships for one tonne of wheat. Which country

64. ## Economics

The productivity of a single resource in producing wheat and microchips in both Canada and Japan: One unit of resource produces: Canada 50 tons wheat, 20 micrchips and Japan 2 tons wheat, 12 microchips. (b) Suppose Canada is endowed with 2 units of this

65. ## geography

how much water do oyu need in wheat Please explain your question. Are you asking how much water is needed for wheat to grow? Or are you asking for the water content of wheat grains?

66. ## Economy

Suppose that Canadian farmers can grow wheat more cheaply than can U.S. farmers. In the interest of efficiency, what is the desirable outcome? 1) Allow the Canadian farmers to sell their wheat for a lower price. 2) Pass a law in Canada mandating a minimum

67. ## economics

(A) “Market demand for wheat is relatively stable over time but market supply of wheat is very much influenced by the weather. For example, a natural drought decreases the supply of wheat and pushes up its prices while a bumper crop can severely depress

68. ## university

Market demand for wheat is relatively stable over time but market supply of wheat is very much influenced by the weather. For example, a natural drought decreases the supply of wheat and pushes up its prices while a bumper crop can severely depress wheat

69. ## kashmir public school

Market demand for wheat is relatively stable over time but market supply of wheat is very much influenced by the weather. For example, a natural drought decreases the supply of wheat and pushes up its prices while a bumper crop can severely depress wheat

70. ## Economics

The productivity of a single resource in producing wheat and microchips in both Canada and Japan: One unit of resouce produces: Canada 50 tons wheat, 20 microchips and Japan 2 tons wheat, 12 microchips. (a) What is the opportunity cost of producing a ton

71. ## microeconomics

I am having a problem with one of my homework questions and would like some help if possible...here is the question.. According to an article in the New York Times (Nov. 5, 1993),"many Midwest wheat farmers oppose the NAFTA free trade agreement asmuch as

Mike and Shannon harvested 110,793 pounds of winter wheat off of the Stone Ranch. There are sixty pounds in a bushel. They planted 23.3 acres of winter wheat. How many bushels per acre did the crop yield?

73. ## HISTORY

9-10. Since almost all Native American tribes were ,_______________ much of our information on their culture comes from the writings and stories of ___________________________. A. non-literate B. stupid C. Christians D. Muslims E. traders and missionaries

74. ## math

Relative humidities (represented by RH below) of less than 51% cause problems in growing crops. The Saskatoon region is a prime wheat-growing area. The mean RH in Saskatoon is 59% in July, with a standard deviation of 8%. The RH for the days in July forms

75. ## Calculus

Legend has it that long ago a kind was very pleased with the game of chess that he decided to reward the inventor of the game Anna, with whatever she wanted. Anna asked for a resource instead of money. Specifically, she asked for one grain of wheat for the

76. ## algebra

Jan mixes 1 1/3 cups of white flour,, 1 3/4 cups of whole wheat flour, and 2/3 cup of rye flour. About what fraction of the mixture is whole wheat flour? Solve and explain how you got your answer.

77. ## Math

Mrs. Lin brings 6 trays of hamburger buns to the barbecue. 2/3 of the trays have wheat buns. How many of the trays have wheat buns? Draw a diagram to solve the problem.

78. ## Math

Mrs. Lin brings 6 trays of hamburger buns to the barbecue. 2/3 of the trays have wheat buns. How many of the trays have wheat buns? Draw a diagram to solve the problem.

79. ## math

a farmer sold 425 bushels of wheat and oats for \$481.58. How many bushels of each did he sell, if he received \$2.08 a bushel for the wheat and \$.94 a bushel for the oats?

80. ## Math

1A farm consists of 600 hectares of land of which 500 hectares will be planted with corn soybeans and wheat according to these conditions;  At least half of the planted hectares should be in corn  No more than 200 hectares should be soybeans  The

81. ## Microeconomics

4. Assume a drought in the Great Plains reduces the supply of wheat. Noting that wheat is a basic ingredient in the production of bread and that potatoes are a consumer substitute for bread, we would expect the price of wheat to: A) rise, the supply of

82. ## commerce

(A) “Market demand for wheat is relatively stable over time but market supply of wheat is very much influenced by the weather. For example, a natural drought decreases the supply of wheat and pushes up its prices while a bumper crop can severely depress

83. ## Microbiology

The ability of farmers around the world to produce crops such as corn, wheat, and rice is often limited by the lack of nitrogen-based fertilizer. How might scientists use Beijerinck's discovery to increase world supplies of grain?

84. ## Economics

Suppose that 20 workers were required in 2010 to produce 120,000 bushels of wheat on a 1,000-acre farm. a. What is the average output per acre? (?) bushels per acre What is the average output per worker? (?) bushels per worker b. If in 2020 only 16 workers

85. ## economics

(A) “Market demand for wheat is relatively stable over time but market supply of wheat is very much influenced by the weather. For example, a natural drought decreases the supply of wheat and pushes up its prices while a bumper crop can severely depress

86. ## Math

A baker has a bag of flour that is 11% whole wheat and a bag of flour that is 63% whole wheat. How many cups of each type does the baker need to make 12 cups of a flour mixture that is 50% whole wheat? a. 3 cups of the 11% flour and 9 cups of the 63%

87. ## Nutrition

which of the foods is Not a common allergen? eggs, orange juice, rice, or whole wheat bread Rice is not a common allergen. Am I right? It is in some parts of Asia. But the others are more common here. So I would GUESS Rice is the correct answer. I would

88. ## math

Farmer Brown planted corn and wheat on his 450 acres of land. The cost of planting and harvesting corn is \$280.00 per acre. The cost of planting and harvesting wheat is \$125.00 per acre. If Farmer Brown's total cost was \$102,750, how many acres of corn did

89. ## college economics

Assume Nebraska and Virginia each have 100 acres of farmland. The following table gives hypothetical figures for yield per acre in the two states: Nebraska Virginia Wheat 15 5 Cotton 7 4 Who has the comparative advantage in the production of wheat? *For

90. ## statistics

A consumer at a bread factory would like to know if there are differences (gender) in bread preferences. Forty adults were randomly selected and asked the following questions: Which type of bread do you prefer? They were instructed to only pick one bread

91. ## plz plz plz help me with this problem!

A consumer at a bread factory would like to know if there are differences (gender) in bread preferences. Forty adults were randomly selected and asked the following questions: Which type of bread do you prefer? They were instructed to only pick one bread

92. ## Math- Really need help!

A consumer at a bread factory would like to know if there are differences (gender) in bread preferences. Forty adults were randomly selected and asked the following questions: Which type of bread do you prefer? They were instructed to only pick one bread

How does wheat turn into flour?

94. ## ap world history

how did wheat impact the Americas?

95. ## english

He grows wheat in his field

96. ## biochemistry

does wheat gluten have any carbs or glucose in it?

97. ## geography

what would happen if wheat was no longer a resource to the U.S.?

98. ## Social Studies

what would happen if wheat was no longer a resource to the U.S.

99. ## Social Studies

what would happen if wheat was no longer a resource to the U.S.?

100. ## maths

the mean produce of wheat from a sample of 10 fields comes to 200kg/acre and another sample of 150 fields gives amean of 220kg/acre.Assuming the standard deviation of the yield at 11kg for population,test if there is a significant difference between the