when they say profitable crop. do they mean that they can use it s money or doe they mean its something they can srnd it across seas or both? Other than the fact that pocahontas was the daughter of pawahtan

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  1. social studies

    Which of the following Native American cultures built connected stone homes? 1. A. the Mississippians B. the Ancestral Puebloans--------- C. the Cherokees D. the Hoyanehs 2. Drag and drop the descriptions to the correct box. Each word may be used more than

  2. Social studies!!

    1.) which of the following were basic principles of the know-nothing party? A) anti-immigrant, anti-catholic B) less federal government regulation, no abolition C) support women's rights, prison reform ****** D) Spread the second great awakening, encourage

  3. U.s History

    1.Which statement best describes an effect of William Penn's actions on colonial America? A)Cash-crop agriculture became more profitable in the Southern colonies. B)Many immigrants came to the Middle colonies seeking religious freedom.*** C)Several

  4. math

    A farmer is going to divide her 50 acre farm between two crops. Seed for crop A costs $50 per acre. Seed for crop B costs $25 per acre. The farmer can spend at most $2,250 on seed. If crop B brings in a profit of $90 per acre, and crop A brings in a profit

  5. Math

    A merchant visited 3 fairs. At the first, he doubled his money and spent $30; at the second he tripled his money and spent $54; at the third, he quadrupled his money and spent $72, and then had $48 left. How much money had he at the start?

  6. algebra

    Task 1 You want to start a summer business to earn money. What will you do? You have to consider how much money you can afford to invest in this business, how much it will cost you to make each item, and how much you’re going to charge for each item.

  7. Math/Finance

    Jose started a small business and wants to determine when the business will become profitable. His operating costs can be expressed as y=$10,000+$3,000x, where x is the number of months he stays in business. His sales revenues can be expressed as

  8. History

    “...[The] said Cooper Hughs Freedman with his wife...are to work on said farm and to cultivate forty acres in corn and twenty acres in cotton, to assist in putting the fences on said farm in good order and to keep them so and to do all other work on said

  9. SOCIAL STUDIES (CHECK answer)

    18, How would Clays American System with high tariffs on imported goods have benefited the west and south? He expected that money from tariffs would be used to help farmers ship their goods to the north He expected that Northerners would use their profits

  10. 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.

  11. Social Studies

    1) How does money differ from barter? A: Money is mostly important as a way to get goods and services B: Money is used to exchange goods and services C: Money has value only because people agree that it does **** D: Money has been used for thousands of

  12. History

    What evidence supports the claim that the planters in the southern Carolina region could not make rice a profitable crop on their own? A.Planters decided which fields to plant, what crops to grow, and when to harvest crops. B.Planters hired white settlers

  13. algebra

    You want to start a summer business to earn money. What will you do? You have to consider how much money you can afford to invest in this business, how much it will cost you to make each item, and how much you’re going to charge for each item. Research

  14. Math

    The ratio of Jim's money to Peters money was 4:7 at first. After peter gave 3/14 of his money to jim, they have equal amounts of money. How much money did jim have at first?

  15. Social studies help please

    "We want no manufacturers; we desire no trading, no mechanical or manufacturing classes. As long as we have rice, or sugar, our tobacco and our cotton, we can command wealth to purchase all we want." As stated by a Texas politician in this passage, some

  16. Biology

    A farmer wants to propagate a good variety of a crop in a way which maintained all its desirable traits. Which of the following methods should be used? A. Self Pollination B. Vegetative propagation C. Growing seeds produced from this variety D.

  17. Grad Economic

    If the real money demand is greater than the real money supply, interest rates must rise to reach equilibrium in the money market as institutions sell bonds to obtain more money.

  18. Algebra

    Task 1- You want to start a summer business to earn money. What will you do? You have to consider how much money you can afford to invest in this business, how much it will cost you to make each item, and how much you’re going to charge for each item.

  19. Maths

    Swarna gave 1/4 of her pocket money to her brother. Out of the remaining money she spent 1/3 for buying a book and 1/6 for watching a movie. She donated the rest of the money for charity. What fraction of her pocket money did she donate?

  20. Social Studies

    The leaders of the Virginia Company recruited more settlers and reorganized the colony. They allowed the new settlers to own land. Those settlers began to grow tobacco, a crop they learned about from the Indians. By 1612, Virginians were shipping tobacco

  21. History

    Farming in the United States change in the late 1800s in all of the following ways EXCEPT: World competition decreased. Farmers used new equipment. Larger farms produced a single crop. The amount of money in circulation increased.

  22. math

    Barry heard in his Personal Finance class that he should start investing as soon as possible. He had always thought that it would be smart to start investing after he finishes college and his salary is high enough to pay the bills and to have money left

  23. Math

    Cassie successfully harvested 7/12 of her crop, and Robert successfully harvested 58% of his crop. Who successfully harvested the larger portion of his or her crop?

  24. Pre-Calculus

    A farmer can plant a combination of two different crops on 20 acres of land. Seed costs $120 per acre for crop A and $200 per acre for crop B. Government restrictions limit acreage of crop A to 15 acres, but do not limit crop B. Crop A will take 15 hours

  25. Linear Programming - The Graphical Method

    A farmer is going to divide her 60 acre farm between two crops. Seed for crop A costs $20 per acre. Seed for crop B costs $10 per acre. The farmer can spend at most $700 on seed. If crop B brings in a profit of $60 per acre, and crop A brings in a profit

  26. math

    can someone please help me set up inequalities based on the info below?: jayanta is working to raise money for the homeless by sending information letters and making follow-up calls to local labor organizations and church gorups. She discovered that each

  27. math

    A certain sum of money was shared among 3 friends, A, B, and C. A received 3/7 of the money, and B got 2/3 as much as A. C received $49 less than A. a) Find the ratio of B’s money to C’s money. b) How much money did C receive?

  28. mathematics

    Miss Jessica went to the supermarket with a sum of money. She spent 1/2 of her money plus $12 on a cake. She then spent 1/2 of the remaining money plus $7 on drinks. Finally, she spent 1/2 of what was left plus $3.50 on fruits and was left with $6.20. How

  29. history

    What evidence supports the claim that the planters in the southern Carolina region could not make rice a profitable crop on their own? A.Planters decided which fields to plant, what crops to grow, and when to harvest crops. B.Planters hired white settlers

  30. math

    About a third of an orange crop was ruined by a sudden frost. Another third of the undamaged fruit spoiled while being taken to market. How much of the original orange crop could the farmer sell at the produce market?

  31. U.S/history AP

    1)--------practice in the south of borrowing the money necessary to plant a crop against that future crop.The money was loaned at excessively high interest rates and kept most white and black southerners in perpetual debt. my answer 1-crop-lien economy

  32. U.S.History

    not sure Western farmers wanted "free silver" because they felt it would a. stabilize interests b. increase crop prices c. depress crop prices d. decrease the amount of money in circulation

  33. math

    A farmer has 200 acres of land suitable for cultivating crops A, B and C. The cost per acre of cultivating crop A, crop B and crop C is $40, $60 and $80, respectively. The farmer has $12,600 available for land cultivation. Each acre of crop A requires 20

  34. organic chemistry

    1. A chemist conducted a recrystallization on 18.5 g of a solid and collected 11.2 g as a first crop. She re-cooled the mother liquor and obtained 2.1 g as a second crop. Show your calculation when answering the following questions: (a) What is the percent

  35. maths

    James is able to sell 15 of product A and 16 of product B and a week , Sally is able to sell 25 of product A and of 10 product B a week,and Andre is able to sell 18 of product A and 13 of product B a week.if product A sells for $35.75 each and product B

  36. English

    Why do you save money? 1. I save money to buy a fancy bike. 2. I save money to buy the MS Office program. 3. I save money to buy a Samsung galaxy 5. 4. I save money to please my parents, for they like me to save money. 5. I save money to buy a new coat. 6.

  37. english essay, please help me to correct.

    can you help to correct my answer and english grammar. thank you so much. question below: 1. How does money is importance in our society right now? answer: The importance of money in our society right is more than anything else because everything is needed

  38. math helpppp!

    can someone please help me set up inequalities based on the info below?: jayanta is working to raise money for the homeless by sending information letters and making follow-up calls to local labor organizations and church gorups. She discovered that each

  39. English

    1. Will you lend me some money? 2. He lent me some money. 3. Can I borrow you some money? 4. Can I borrow some money from you? 5. I borrowed some money from him. 6. He borrowed some money from me. (Are the sentences grammatical? Would you like to check

  40. math,(fraction)

    Susan had some money. she spent one-sixth of her money on Saturday.on Sunday,she spent one-half of the remaining money and gave $20 to her niece. she spent the rest of her money at an average of $15 for the next 5days.how much money did Susan have at

  41. Mathematics

    lorinda is given pocket money for a week she decides to spend 2/5 of the money on breakfast, 1/6 of the remaining on snack and 3/4 of what is still remaining on lunch for a day. if she will be left with Gh¢ 100.00 after the first day of making the above

  42. UNIT FRACTIONS URGENT~!

    I have been stuck on this for hours and feel completely stupid, could someone help? Read the story problem given below. Identify what unit conversions must be made and show your unit fractions in making the conversions. Make the required conversions and

  43. History

    How did joint-stock companies lead to the development of one-crop economies in the colonies? a.Many joint-stock companies established a monopoly on one cash crop in order to become profitable. b.Many colonies sought to create one-crop economies because

  44. Ethic

    Business invest time to attract customers, but some customers are simply not worth having. So some business think that they should fire the customers they lose money on. -Is it acceptable to fire customers who cost you money? -Is it acceptable for the

  45. math

    A farmer has 200 acres of land suitable for cultivating crops A, B and C. The cost per acre of cultivating crop A, crop B and crop C is $40, $60 and $80, respectively. The farmer has $12,600 available for land cultivation. Each acre of crop A requires 20

  46. math

    A farmer has 200 acres of land suitable for cultivating crops A, B and C. The cost per acre of cultivating crop A, crop B and crop C is $40, $60 and $80, respectively. The farmer has $12,600 available for land cultivation. Each acre of crop A requires 20

  47. Science

    Which of the following is an advantage that a farmer would see when using a genetically-engineered crop? 1.introducing chemicals in the environment 2.increasing an animal’s resistance to antibiotics 3.increasing the amount of crop harvested 4.reducing

  48. algebra

    You want to start a summer business to earn money. What will you do? You have to consider how much money you can afford to invest in this business, how much it will cost you to make each item, and how much you’re going to charge for each item. Research

  49. 8 grade

    A farmer is planting a crop straight line with three feet of distance between each plant. If planted 23, what is the distance between the first and the last crop?

  50. Social studies

    What evidence supports the claim that the planters in the southern Carolina region could not make rice a profitable crop on their own? A.Planters decided which fields to plant, what crops to grow, and when to harvest crops. B.Planters hired white settlers

  51. math

    About a third of an orange crop was ruined by a sudden frost. Another third of the undamaged fruit spoiled while being taken to market. How much of the original orange crop could the farmer sell at the produce market?

  52. SS

    Can you check my answers? 1;what was the effect of WWI on SC? A;state economy shrunk*** B;citizens used more resources C;factoryy production slowed D;women worked mens jobs 2;How did the end of WWI affect farmers in SC? A;crop prices dropped*** B;rural

  53. SS

    Can you check my answers? MY NEW ANSWERS ARE............ 1-C 2-A 3-D 4-D 5-A 6-C Correct now?!! 1;what was the effect of WWI on SC? A;state economy shrunk*** B;citizens used more resources C;factoryy production slowed D;women worked mens jobs 2;How did the

  54. Math

    George had $120 to buy new baseball equipment. He spent a third his money on a glove, a fourth of his money on a bat, a sixth of his money on a cap and the remaining money on baseballs. How much money did he spend on each item?

  55. mathematics

    George had $120 to buy new baseball equipment. He spent a third his money on a glove, a fourth of his money on a bat, a sixth of his money on a cap and the remaining money on baseballs. How much money did he spend on each item?

  56. math,algebra

    what is the difference and similarities if solving an equation with varibles in the equation if it had 1 or 2 or even 3 variables? Here is one: Money left in Wallet= money earned + money found - money lost - money spent. I don't understand? can you please

  57. Maths

    Grace spent 1/8of her money on popcorn and 1/4 of her money on a drink. 1.IF THE drink cost€1.32,how much money had she altogether 2.what fraction of her money did she spend? 3.how much money had she left?

  58. calculus

    Every month, a girl gets allowance. Assume last year she had no money, and kept it up to now. Then she spends 1/2 of her money on clothes, then 1/3 of the remaining money on games, and then 1/4 of the remaining money on toys. After she bought all of that,

  59. Economics

    1. Why is representative money more useful than commodity money? B. Representative money has value because the government says it does. C. Representative money exists in unlimited supply, so more people use it. D. Representative money is portable, durable,

  60. Science

    Which of the following statements about continental glacial movement is correct? A. continental glaciers can only flow uphill b. continental glaciers can flow in all directions c. continental glaciers can only flow downhill d. continental glaciers do not

  61. Social Studies

    1) How does money differ from barter? A: Money is mostly important as a way to get goods and services B: Money is used to exchange goods and services C: Money has value only because people agree that it does **** D: Money has been used for thousands of

  62. Economics

    Your pay stub deducts money for FICA. What does this mean? A. Money is being withheld for personal exemptions and deductions. B. Money is being withheld for excise and estate taxes. C. Money is being withheld to fund Social Security and Medicare. D. Money

  63. 7th social studies

    when they say profitable crop. do they mean that they can use it s money or doe they mean its something they can srnd it across seas or both? Other than the fact that pocahontas was the daughter of pawahtan and that she marries john rolfe is there any

  64. SC History

    What crop, which became an important money making crop, did the Indians teach the Europeans to grow? 1)corn 2)cotton 3)indigo 4)tobacco I think #1

  65. bio/science

    Which of the following would be the best advice for the farmerof this land: h t t p ://tinypic. c o m /r/smydsg/3 (take out spaces) a. replace your current crop with a potato crop b. replace your current crop with a corn crop c. replace your current crop

  66. 2

    all the cotton the South's most profitable cash crop it was not going everywhere why do some Farmers harvest rice or tobacco instead of cotton

  67. history

    What led to the development of one-crop economies? A. Joint-stock companies found profitability in monopolizing one cash crop. B. One-crop economies were developed through slash-and-burn agricultural practices. C. Colonies sought to reduce costs by

  68. Math

    Farmer McDonald has 150 acres of land to put into crops and 8000 dollars to spend planting and raising them. He can plant two crops, which we'll call crop A and crop B. Crop A costs $40/acre to raise and crop B costs $60/acre. He also has time costs to

  69. check geo

    minifundia are farms: a)that provide cash croops in great quantities b)whose small plots of land feed rural famalies c)that are always planted in one crop d)where crops are grown for a small but highly profitable market my choos is d

  70. Linear Programming

    A farmer is going to divide her 60 acre farm between two crops. Seed for crop A costs $20 per acre. Seed for crop B costs $10 per acre. The farmer can spend at most $700 on seed. If crop B brings in a profit of $60 per acre, and crop A brings in a profit

  71. Biology

    Synthesis Question? Many parts of the world such as California, U.S., lack fresh water but have an abundance of salty seawater. Governments pay a lot of money to import fresh water for household use and crop irrigation. Why would it not be wise to save

  72. math

    half of a strawberry crop was ruined by a sudden frost. About one-quarter of the undamaged fruit spoiled while being hauled to market. How much of the original strawberry crop could the farmer sell at the produce market

  73. soil chemistry

    Can someone please help me answering this question regarding soil chemistry? A sandy soil has a CEC = 5 meq/100g and a K saturation = 6%. An alfalfa crop yields 5 ton/ac/yr at 3% K. Calculate initial exchangeable K and estimate final exchangeable K. Where

  74. chemistry

    After the suction filtration, the filtrate in the suction flask contains (among other things) some dissolved product, which had failed to crystallize. Could you process this filtrate to obtain a sample of the product? Explain. Would the second crop of

  75. Business Law

    Fess, a farmer, contracted to sell his cabbage crop to Chris C. for $475, the contract being made one week before the harvest. The contract was oral. After the harvest Fess quickly sold the crop to Don Trump instead for $700 when Trump called and offered

  76. Business law

    Fess, a farmer, contracted to sell his cabbage crop to Chris C. for $475, the contract being made one week before the harvest. The contract was oral. After the harvest Fess quickly sold the crop to Don Trump instead for $700 when Trump called and offered

  77. business law

    Fess, a farmer, contracted to sell his cabbage crop to Chris C. for $475, the contract being made one week before the harvest. The contract was oral. After the harvest Fess quickly sold the crop to Don Trump instead for $700 when Trump called and offered

  78. Social Studies

    This is my question: Explain the similarities and differences between corporate farms and mixed-crop farms. I haven't written anything yet but I would really appreciate it if someone could explain to me what a mixed crop farm is and what a corporate farm

  79. science linear prog

    A small farm in Illinois has 110 acres of land available on which to grow corn and soybeans. The following table shows the cultivation cost per acre, the labor cost per acre, and the expected profit per acre. The column on the right shows the amount of

  80. Science

    Which of the following statements about continental glacial movement is correct? A. continental glaciers can only flow uphill b. continental glaciers can flow in all directions c. continental glaciers can only flow downhill d. continental glaciers do not

  81. central america & the caribbean

    word bank : belize,costa rica ,coffee, cuba,honduras,lead,mestizos,multicultural,oil,panama canal,puerto rico,rice,sugar cane, slavery,canal 2.___was introduced in the caribbean after indians died from european diseases. 3.central america is an ___between

  82. Math

    PUC raised money for the recent disaster victims.They decided to allocate the money in manner: 1/3 of the money goes for medical supplies, 1/4 of what was left brought tents,2/3 of the remaining went to water purification systems, the rest of the money was

  83. math

    PUC raised money for the recent disaster victims.They decided to allocate the money in manner: 1/3 of the money goes for medical supplies, 1/4 of what was left brought tents,2/3 of the remaining went to water purification systems, the rest of the money was

  84. maths urgent

    1/5 of J's money is equal to 1/3 of S's money. The difference in their amount is 1/2 of A's money. If Adam gives $120 to S, S will have the same amount of money as J. How much do the 3 people have altogether?(please show me a model method, not algebra)

  85. Economics

    Determine whether each of the following would lead to an increase, a decrease, or no change in the quantity of money people wish to hold. Also determine whether there is a shift in the money demand curve or a movement along a given money demand curve a. A

  86. Maths/Algebra

    Samantha went shopping and spent half her money on a T-shirt and a third of her money on a scarf. She returned with $15. How much money did she have to begin with? My working out: s = money to begin with s - 1/2 s - 1/3 = 15

  87. Business

    What makes some companies more profitable than others?

  88. Business

    What makes some companies more profitable than the others

  89. Economics

    I need to complete a project based on fiat money. I need to design my own money and decide what amount of bills and/or money I want to produce for my economy. I understand that producing more money causing inflation, but I need to know: How much money I

  90. Civics

    Which of the following is a bank required to do in the United States? A. Avoid lending money to people who want to start a business B. Invest money in the stock market C. Keep a portion of the money deposited available to account holders D. Lend money to

  91. Microeconomics

    When is it profitable to pay an above market wage?

  92. marketing

    Who can motivation be use to create a profitable brand

  93. Macroeconomics

    Cranberry productions in Mass totaled 1.8 million barrels in 2004, 28% increase from previous year's production. This year's crop avg 127.9 barrels per acre, an increase of over 30 barrels per acre from 2003 crop. But demand increased by even more than

  94. Macroeconomics

    Suppose in an economy the nominal money supply is $ 1000, the general price level is 4 and the real output is at its full employment level of $4000. a. what is the price level and velocity of money? b. By assuming constant velocity of money, what would you

  95. English

    1. What kinds of things were used as money before coins or paper money? -All kinds of things were used as money such as shells, almonds and tea. 2. What kinds of things were used as money before the appearance of coins or paper money? -Shells, almonds and

  96. to ms.sue

    how were the gold rushes profitable for people who were not prospectors?

  97. Environmental Studies

    When does methane production occur in a landfill and when is it profitable?

  98. math

    hi to all of you teachers i hope you will help me to get the answers for this question below.. and thanks god bless you. Perk spent 1/4 of his money on a food and another 3/10 of his money on a drink. a. What fraction of his money did he spend in total? b.

  99. math

    samaira spends2/5 of her pocket money to buy chocolates and gives1/9 of the remaining money to her sister she spends 3/4 of the rest of the money to buy a book and saves rest of it the fraction of money saved by her is

  100. math

    I have been stuck on this for hours and feel completely stupid, could someone help? Read the story problem given below. Identify what unit conversions must be made and show your unit fractions in making the conversions. Make the required conversions and

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