1. economics

    Suppose the residents of Vegopia spend all of their income on cauliflower, broccoli, and carrots. In 2006, they buy 100 heads of cauliflower for $2 each, 50 bunches of broccoli for $1.50 each, and 500 carrots for $0.10 each. In 2007, they buy 100 heads of

    asked by mee on August 2, 2016
  2. economics

    Suppose that the resident of vegopia spend all of their income on cauliflower,broccoli and carrots.in 2006 they buy 100 heads of cauliflower for $200,50 bunches of broccoli for $75 and 500 carrots for $50.in 2007 they buy 75 heads of cauliflower for

    asked by Anonymous on February 11, 2012
  3. Macro economics

    Suppose that the residents of Veggieland spend all of their income on cauliflower, broccoli, and carrots. In 1998 they buy 100 heads of cauliflower for $200, 50 bunches of broccoli for $75, and 500 carrots for $50. In 1999 they buy 75 heads of cauliflower

    asked by Anonymous on July 18, 2012
  4. economics

    Suppose that the residents of Veggieland spend all of their income on cauliflower, broccoli, and carrots. In 1998 they buy 100 heads of cauliflower for $200,50 bunches of broccoli for $75, and 500 carrots for $50. In 1999 they buy 75 heads of cauliflower

    asked by shelby on September 25, 2006
  5. Economics

    Suppose that the residents of Vegopia spend all of their income on cauliflower, broccoli, and carrots. In 2006 they buy 100 heads of cauliflower for $200, 50 bunches of broccoli for $75, and 500 carrots for $50. In 2007, they buy 75 heads of cauliflower

    asked by Sarah on April 2, 2007
  6. macro economics

    Suppose that the residents of Veggieland spend all of their income on cauliflower, broccoli, and carrots. In 1998 they buy 100 heads of cauliflower for $200,50 bunches of broccoli for $75, and 500 carrots for $50. In 1999 they buy 75 heads of cauliflower

    asked by shelby on September 26, 2006
  7. economics help!!!

    5.1998 Price Quantity cauliflower $200 100 broccoli $ 75 50 carrots $ 50 500 Total $325 Weight of each good weight for cauliflower 200/325= 0.61532 weight for broccoli 75/325= 0.2307692 weight for carrots 50/325=0.1538461 Prices in the base year

    asked by shelby on September 26, 2006
  8. SETS AND COUNTING

    In a survey of 289 college students, it is found that 65 like Brussels sprouts, 93 like broccoli, 55 like cauliflower, 28 like both Brussels sprouts and broccoli, 24 like both Brussels sprouts and cauliflower, 20 like both broccoli and cauliflower, and 13

    asked by LEILA on October 4, 2010
  9. babysitting

    5) Which foods hinder the absorption of less absorbable forms of irons in foods, such as whole grains, dried peas or beans? A. Orange juice or other forms of Vitamin C B. Milk products or eggs C. Tea D. All of the above E. B and C 6) Which vegetable would

    asked by alexis on July 12, 2014
  10. Math

    In a survey of 280 college students, it is found that 67 like brussels sprouts, 93 like broccoli, 60 like cauliflower, 26 like both brussels sprouts and broccoli, 21 like both brussels sprouts and cauliflower, 20 like both broccoli and cauliflower, and 10

    asked by John on March 30, 2014
  11. Grammar

    Write two sentences that use a colon correctly. Make sure the two uses are different from each other. 1. Brianna can only think of one thing: winning the game. 2. I only like certain vegetables: peas, green beans, broccoli, and cauliflower.

    asked by Angelina on May 6, 2011
  12. math check answers

    1. A surplus is _____. (1 point) when you spend more than you have in income when you spend less than you have in income when you spend the same amount that you have in income another word for income 2. Suppose that your net income for the month is $2500,

    asked by Anonymous on October 14, 2016
  13. Math

    Putting together the things that go together. corns, onions, beets, broccoli, lettuce, potatoes, carrots, string beans. Write why they go together..

    asked by Veil on March 26, 2012
  14. math

    The kids can choose 3 sides at the cafeteria, including a. fries, b.carrots, c. macaroni, d. broccoli, e. beans. how many choices they have? and what are the probability that a child is going to pick macaroni, carrots and beans (together)? I was thinking

    asked by edina on October 6, 2015
  15. macroeconomice

    Will marginal propensity to spend (d) will be low if, propensity to import (m) is low, marginal propensity to consume (b) is low and tax rate is (t) is low? Take a shot. Do some research, then tell us what you think. hint: think about how each of your

    asked by tinky on May 8, 2007
  16. NUTRTION AND GENERAL HEALTH

    Which one of the following vegetables provides four important nutrients—vitamin A, vitamin C, folic acid, potassium—and dietary fiber? A.Sweet potatoes B.Carrots C.Spinach

    asked by Hennessey on February 22, 2013
  17. Math

    Write the ratio as a fraction in lowest terms of the number of residents at Adams to the number of students at Dodge. Adams=115 residents Dodge=295 residents Evans=140 residents Fisher=245 residents Brown=135 residents Carver=200 residents I have no idea

    asked by Glen on August 30, 2013
  18. math

    NEED HELP ASAP!!! On Friday nights the local diner serves three main entrees, each with a choice of vegetable. The entrees are beef, chicken, and fish. The vegetables are spinach, broccoli, and carrots. How many possible dinners include fish? A.)3 B.)6

    asked by savage_sqaud32 on November 26, 2019
  19. Quantitative Methods II

    The monthly income of residents of Daisy City is normally distributed with a mean of $3000 and a standard deviation of $500. a. What is the random variable? b. The mayor of Daisy City makes $2250 a month. What percentage of Daisy City's residents has

    asked by Chrystal on March 19, 2009
  20. Quantitative Methods

    The monthly income of residents of Daisy City is normally distributed with a mean of $3000 and a standard deviation of $500. a. What is the random variable? b. The mayor of Daisy City makes $2250 a month. What percentage of Daisy City's residents has

    asked by V on March 19, 2009
  21. maths

    A man uses a fifth of his income on his rent,a third on education and one half of the remainder on clothing. (A) what fraction of his income does he spend on clothing? (B)How much does he spend on clothing,if his income is $2,000,000?

    asked by ben on August 4, 2014
  22. math, probability 4th grade

    please check my answers and problem at the end , too! the cafeteria in the school offers 3 side items with the meal to the kids, among them: A. fries, B. carrots, C. macaroni, D broccoli, E. beans. how many choices each child have? - i think it is 10

    asked by edina on October 7, 2015
  23. math

    on friday night at a local diner serves a three main enter'ee, each with a choice vegtabel. the enter'ees are beef,chiken,and fish. the vegtable is spinich,broccoli,and carrots.how many possable dinners (enter'ee and vegtable combanation)does dinner

    asked by Roblox-levelalexthegreatest on May 21, 2018
  24. Math

    On Friday night the local diner serves three main entrees, each with a choice of vegetable. The entrees are beef, chicken, and fish. The vegetables are spinach, broccoli, and carrots. How many possible dinners ( entree and vegetable combinations does the

    asked by Help Please on May 18, 2016
  25. Math

    On Friday night the local diner serves three main entrees, each with a choking of vegetable. The entrees are beef, chicken, and fish. The vegetables are spinach, broccoli, and carrots. How many possible dinners ( entree and vegetable combinations does the

    asked by Tierra on May 18, 2016
  26. Math

    On Friday night the local diner serves three main entrees, each with a choice of vegetable. The entrees are beef, chicken, and fish. The vegetables are spinach, broccoli, and carrots. How many possible dinners ( entree and vegetable combinations does the

    asked by loli on June 8, 2018
  27. Algebra

    A family's monthly income is $1,500, and they spend $300 each month on food. Write the amount they spend on food as a fraction of their monthly income in lowest terms.

    asked by Sarah on September 6, 2016
  28. math

    HELP PLZ!!!!!! On Friday nights the local diner serves three main entrées, each with a choice of vegetable. The entrées are beef, chicken, and fish. The vegetables are spinach, broccoli, and carrots. How many possible dinners (entrée and vegetable

    asked by HELP on June 3, 2016
  29. microeconomics

    1. Suppose that an increase in the price of carrots from $1.20 to $1.40 per pound raises the amount of carrots that carrot farmers produce from 1.2 million pounds to 1.6 million pounds. Using the midpoint method, what would be the elasticity of supply? a.

    asked by sarah on February 13, 2013
  30. Math

    Mrs. Alvarado gets a raise that increases their income to $6,500 a month. Their mortgage stays the same. What percent of their monthly income do they now spend on the mortgage? Some things to know: Mrs. Alvarado's income before the raise was 6,000 dollars.

    asked by Light on January 23, 2016
  31. maths

    Could you please help? Thank you. Karen goes to the fruit shop and buys brocoli and carrots. She paid twice as much for the brocoli as the carrots even though she got half the weight. If the total bill was $4.50 and the carrots were 50 cents a kilo how

    asked by BRENDON on July 28, 2009
  32. math

    You spend $685 a month on living expenses. If your monthly income is $1500, what percent of your income do you spend on living expenses?

    asked by help on January 23, 2012
  33. Economics

    Suppose that a nation has implemented a system for applying a tax rate of 2 percent to the incomes earned by the 10 percent of its residents with the highest income. All funds collected are then transferred directly to the 10 percent of the nation's

    asked by Anonymous on November 6, 2009
  34. Algebra

    A bought some carrots and apples for $24.80. A carrot and an apple $0.90 altogether. She bought more carrots than apples. The cost of the extra number of carrots was $6.80. How many apples did A buy?

    asked by Test on May 28, 2014
  35. Math

    Randy had a sheep that started eating more and more as each day passed. on the first day, Tandy's sheep ate 5 carrots. On the second day, Randy's sheep ate 11 carrots. On the third day, the sheep ate 18 carrots. And on the fourth day, the gluttonous sheep

    asked by Erika on February 3, 2015
  36. ap stats

    Based on historical data, an Oregon university enrolls 17% graduates and 83% undergraduates. Of graduates, 21% are expected to be non-residents and 79% are residents. Of undergraduates, 24% are non-residents and 76% are residents. During the 2008-2009

    asked by emma on May 13, 2014
  37. math

    Mrs. Herby bought some carrots. She put 2/5 of them on a platter and the rest in a plastic bag. If there were 8 carrots on the platter, how many carrots were there in the plastic bag?

    asked by mathew on July 17, 2017
  38. Algebra

    Mrs. Herby bought some carrots. She put 2/5 of them on a platter and the rest in a plastic bag. If there were 8 carrots on the platter, how many carrots were there in the plastic bag?

    asked by Alex on June 20, 2019
  39. Math

    Jill bought so e carrots and apples for $24.80. A carrot and an apple cost $.90 altogether. She bought more carrots than apples. The cost of the extra number of carrots was $6.80. How many apples did she buy?

    asked by Mary on April 20, 2015
  40. Math, Probability

    According to a survey of Australian households, the probability that annual household income is over $50,000 if the residents own 2 cars is 80%. Of the households surveyed, 60% had incomes over $50,000 and 70% had 2 cars. The probability that annual

    asked by Jason on September 14, 2018
  41. stats

    According to a survey of American households, the probability that the residents own 2 cars if annual household income is over $50,000 is 80%. Of the households surveyed, 60% had incomes over $50,000 and 70% had 2 cars. The probability that annual

    asked by cali on January 20, 2016
  42. Budgets(Jobs)

    In what way is a kid's budget similar to an adult's budget? A.The goal for both is to have less money going out than coming in. B.Both have about the same ratio of income and expenses. C.People can save money with both by earning less than you spend D.Both

    asked by Rezu on April 3, 2012
  43. algebra

    A contagious disease is infecting residents of a town of 7,300 residents. The number of residents infected t days after the disease has begun is given by the function f(t)= 7300/1+500e-0.5t How many residents are infected with the disease after 6 days?

    asked by joyce on November 21, 2010
  44. Algebra

    A contagious disease is infecting residents of a town of 7,300 residents. The number of residents infected t days after the disease has begun is given by the function f(t)=(7300)/1+500e^-0.5 t How many residents are infected with the disease after 6 days?

    asked by Laurie on August 2, 2009
  45. math

    A man spend 1/3 of his income on food, of the rest 1/4 on bills and 1/5 on miscellaneous things. Finally he left with Rs.1760. Find his income? a)4200 b)4600 c)4800) d)5200

    asked by mahesh on July 31, 2015
  46. Algebra

    A family decides that they can spend 3/5 of their monthly income on house payments if their monthly income is $1,500 how much can they spend for house payments?

    asked by Sarah on September 6, 2016
  47. Macroeconomics

    Suppose the marginal propensity to consume is 0.75. What does this mean? What do we know about the marginal propensity to save? What do we know about the average propensity to consume? The marginal propensity to consume (MPS) the percent of an additional

    asked by hadi on September 20, 2006
  48. Budgets(Jobs)

    Which two things does a budget compare? A.Saving and interest B.Income and expenses C.Income and investments D.Expenses and expenditures B? Which of the following is a true statement about budgets? A.They encourage people to spend as much money as possible

    asked by Rezu on April 3, 2012
  49. business analytics

    Ill be concise:60% of people in survey had income greater than 25k, 40% under 25k. Further, same survey, 70% have exactly 2 cars, while 30% have a different number than 2. The probability that the residents own 2 cars IF income is over 25k is 80%. what is

    asked by Ryan on December 9, 2013
  50. Math 543 HELP!!

    Randy had a sheep that started eating more and more as each day passed. On July 1, Randy’s sheep ate 5 carrots. On July 2, Randy’s sheep ate 11 carrots. On July 3, the sheep ate 18 carrots. How many carrots will the hungry sheep eat on July 30th?

    asked by deadlove on February 1, 2012
  51. math

    Randy had a sheep that started eating more and more as each day passed.On July 1,Randy’s sheep ate 5 carrots. On July 2,Randy’s sheep ate 11 carrots. On July 3, the sheep ate 18 carrots. How many carrots will the hungry sheep eat on July 30th?

    asked by Anonymous on January 31, 2012
  52. math

    Randy had a sheep that started eating more and more as each day passed.On July 1,Randy’s sheep ate 5 carrots. On July 2,Randy’s sheep ate 11 carrots. On July 3, the sheep ate 18 carrots. How many carrots will the hungry sheep eat on July 30th?

    asked by eddie on September 17, 2013
  53. science

    Hi. Which of the following are legumes? a-peas, beans, alfalfa b-carrots, potatoes, beets c-peas, spinach, rhubarb d-celery, carrots, onions Thanks!

    asked by Ginger on January 21, 2008
  54. Public Finance

    Suppose the corporate income tax were eliminated and corporate income allocated to shareholders on a pro rata basis according to their proportion of outstanding stock. How would such a change in tax policy affect the excess burden and incidence of the tax,

    asked by Mel on January 29, 2011
  55. algebra

    suppose you right a book. the printer charges $4 per book to print it, and you spend #3500 on advertising. you sell the book for $15 a copy. how many copies must you sell so that your income from sales is greater than your total cost?

    asked by lille on September 14, 2011
  56. sample size question

    A federal funding program is available to low-income neighborhoods. To qualify for funding, a neighborhood must have a mean household income of less than $15,000 per year. Neighborhoods with mean annual household income of $15,000 or more do not qualify.

    asked by Desire on November 25, 2009
  57. math

    if the $180 you spend each month on room and board represents 3/5 of your monthly income,what is your monthly income?

    asked by unknown on October 24, 2011
  58. Econ

    Taxable income is Question 7 options: total of all income, less deductions and exemptions. A earned income less property income. B all income other than wages and salaries. C wage and salary income only. D all earned income E I think it’s D but I would

    asked by Gibby on July 12, 2018
  59. math

    if the $180 you spend on room and board represents 3/5 of your monthly income, what is your monthly income?

    asked by dell on November 2, 2012
  60. macroeconomic

    Can someone help me with this question pls.. A country has a factory and build two bulldozers at a total cost of $320. The country also know that due to the miscalculation of demand, the factory had been unable to sell some of its output of baked

    asked by sw on March 20, 2007
  61. Economics

    6. The chapter uses the analogy of a "leaky bucket" to explain one constraint on the redistribution of income. a. What elements of the U.S. system for redistributing income create the leaks in the bucket? Be specific. b. Do you think that Republicans or

    asked by Sarah on March 1, 2007
  62. MATH

    Victor Malaba has a net income of $1,240 per month. If he spends $150 on food, $244 on a car payment, $300 on rent, and $50 on savings, what percent of his net income can he spend on other things?

    asked by JENNY on December 11, 2013
  63. Economics

    Taxable income is A) total income less deductions and exemptions. B) earned income less property income. C) all income other than wages and salaries. D) wage and salary income only. E) all earned income is it a?

    asked by alex on July 22, 2012
  64. Government US

    Texas Republicans are likely to be a. lower-income. b. central-city residents. c. Hispanics. d. middle-aged. e. Catholic. Is e correct?

    asked by HM on December 3, 2011
  65. Math

    Remy can chop 5 carrots in 3 minutes. How long will it take him to chop 120 carrots?

    asked by Joe on April 16, 2013
  66. Statistics (44)

    The travel-to-work time for residents of the 15 largest cities in the United States is reported in the 2003 Information Please Almanac. Suppose that a preliminary simple random sample of residents of San Francisco is used to develop a planning value of

    asked by Mia on May 6, 2014
  67. Econ T/F

    A consumer with a fixed income buys two goods, X and Y. If her demand for both X and Y are unitary elastic, she must spend an equal amount on each good. take a shot, what do you think, and why? i think false, she doesn't have to spend equal amount?? I

    asked by Elle on March 1, 2007
  68. English

    Write ten sentences about different people places or things. Begin each sentence with a compound subject. Make sure the compound subject and the verb agree. 1.My friend and I go to the park on the weekend. 2.Lance and Darren don't want to go to the party.

    asked by Jerald on March 7, 2013
  69. Economic

    Relative to people at the turn of the nineteenth century, people today spend A.a larger percentage of their income on clothing B. a smaller percentage of their income on clothing C. about the same percentage of their income on clothing D. about four times

    asked by pam on March 4, 2010
  70. math

    Jason earns 30 cents for every carrot he sells. He earns an extra $3 for every 30 carrots he sells.How many carrots must he sell in order to earn $555?

    asked by Anonymous on October 28, 2011
  71. Math

    Jason earns 30 cents for every carrot he sells. He earns an extra $3 for every 30 carrots he sells. How many carrots must he sell in order to earn $550?

    asked by Aquamarine on January 12, 2014
  72. math

    Jason earns 30 cents for every carrot he sells. He earns an extra $3 for every 30 carrots he sells.How many carrots must he sell in order to earn $555?

    asked by Anonymous on December 1, 2011
  73. math

    Jason earns 30 cents for every carrot he sells. He earns an extra $3 for every 30 carrots he sells. How many carrots must he sell in order to earn $555?

    asked by jessi on April 29, 2015
  74. algebraic expressions 5th grade math

    larry and martha each planted the same number of carrots seeds in their gardens.After 4 weeks,larry had c carrots and martha had 6 more(write an expression)please help me solve,thank you

    asked by vicki on January 16, 2013
  75. math

    Victor Malaba has a net income of $1,240 per month. If he spends $150 on food, $244 on a car payment, $300 on rent, and $50 on savings, what percent of his net income can he spend on other things? A. 64% B. 43% C. 40% D. 300%

    asked by juju on June 26, 2019
  76. Statistics

    In a recent year, Delaware had the highest per capita annual income with $51,803. If o=$4850, find the mean X that falls at the 95th percentile for a sample of 35 residents.

    asked by Amy on July 2, 2013
  77. math

    Your neighbor is planting a 10 ft. x 10 ft. vegetable garden. She wants it divided into 4 equal parts to grow an equal amount of potatoes, broccoli, zucchini, and lettuce. She has already planted 25 sq. ft. of broccoli. What fraction of the garden is left

    asked by renita on April 25, 2016
  78. math

    Bonita bought 2 and 1/5 kg of potatoes and 1 and 1/2 kg of carrots. How much more potatoes than carrots did she buy?

    asked by Mei on March 19, 2014
  79. statistics

    Is this a descriptive study or an inferential study. I say descriptive...... The table below shows the average income by age group for residents of a small mid-western town in 2001 based on a sample of 200 individuals from each group. Age Group Average

    asked by carmen on March 1, 2010
  80. arithmetic

    A man spend 75% of his income. when his income is increse by 20%. He increse his expenditure 10% . By what percent are his saving increse ?

    asked by Raj c on November 13, 2009
  81. economics

    A recently released Gallup survey confirms the fears of many who oppose government-promoted gambling: the poorest among us are contributing much more to lottery revenues than those with higher incomes. The poll found that people who played the lottery with

    asked by adebisi on October 31, 2015
  82. math

    Recently a census was taken on space station Gamma. Of the 100 residents interviewed, 75 traced their ancestry to the planet Omicron, 85 traced their ancestry to the planet Omega and 60 residents traced their ancestry to both planets. How many residents

    asked by Olivia on September 3, 2013
  83. Economics

    Suppose that the Government runs a pension fund to which all workers must contribute. The employee contribution rate is 6.2 percent on the first $84,900 of income. All income in excess of $84,900 is not taxed for pension purposes. What was the effective

    asked by Tisha on March 8, 2007
  84. algebra

    A welfare association collected Rs.202500/- as a donation from the residents. If each paid as many Rupees as there were resident. find the number of residents?

    asked by Anonymous on August 13, 2013
  85. Math

    A band decides to sell protien bars to raise money for an upcoming trip. The cost (the amount the band pays for the protien bars) and the income the band receives for the protien bars are represented on the graph below. A- how many protien bars must been

    asked by David on September 8, 2011
  86. Math

    Half of a pizza was broccoli and half was mushroom. George ate 2/3 of the broccoli and 1/4 of thee mushroom part. How much of the pizza did he eat? I did this problem but I wasn't sure of my answer so I needed someone to see if I am right or not. My answer

    asked by Nat on March 27, 2017
  87. business

    Question 17 of 20 0.0/ 5.0 Points Suppose that the income elasticity of demand for new clothes is positive. Other things being equal, which of the following statements is correct? A. New clothes are a normal good. B. There exists a positive relationship

    asked by tg on August 26, 2013
  88. Taxes on level of income

    The effect of a decline in taxes on the level of income will differ somewhat from an increase in government expenditures of the same amount because: a. tax declines tend to be more expansionary b. households may not spend all of an increase in disposable

    asked by Amy on November 5, 2006
  89. Microeconomics

    Suppose that we compare of income earned by different U.S groups by dividing all households into five groups. Which of the following statements about the income distribution in the United States is correct?

    asked by Andre King on July 20, 2015
  90. Statistics

    Suppose the mean income of 35-year-olds in the U.S. is $25,000. A random sample of 150 35-year-olds in California results in a sample mean income of $26,600 and a sample standard deviation of $3800. At the 5% significance level, can we conclude that the

    asked by Erinn on April 26, 2011
  91. economics

    5.1998 Price Quantity cauliflower $200

    asked by shelby on September 26, 2006
  92. Geography

    Which of these events provided the final push toward statehood for New Mexico A: Hundreds of residents of the New Mexico territory traveled to Washington, D.C. To fight for state hood B: New Mexico residents fought bravely in the Spanish American war C:

    asked by Tgllgamer on October 15, 2018
  93. Statistics

    Suppose the mean income of 35-year-olds in the US is $25,000. A random sample of 150 35-year-olds in California results in a sample mean income of $26,600 and a sample standard deviation of $3800. At the 5% significance level, ca we conclude that the true

    asked by jason on May 23, 2014
  94. stats

    3. The mean family income in Arizona is about $64,750 with a standard deviation (for the population) of $59,750. Imagine that you are taking a sample of 200 randomly selected state residents. (a) What is the probability that your sample mean is between

    asked by taylor quenzler on July 26, 2012
  95. calculus

    The rate at which a rumor spreads through an Alpine village of 400 residents is jointly proportional to the number of residents who have heard it and the number who have not. Initially, 5 residents heard the rumor, but 4 days later this number increased to

    asked by Anonymous on April 21, 2012
  96. Math

    Kala made $20,000 in taxable income last year. Suppose the income tax rate is 15% for the first $8500 plus 19% for the amount over $8500 . How much must Kala pay in income tax for last year?

    asked by Brenna Holdcraft on December 1, 2015
  97. econ

    Frank's nominal income in 1998 is $45,000. Suppose the CPI in 1998 is 150. What is Frank's real income? a. $51,750 b. $45,000 c. $38,250 d. $30,000 can you show me the calculations real income in what year's dollars. Real income in the base year of the cpi

    asked by Jen on May 29, 2007
  98. math

    there were 32 cookies and 48 carrots served,each cast memebers had the same number of whole cookies and the same number of whole carrots.nothing was left over .what was the most cast members that could have been at the party?

    asked by connie on September 20, 2012
  99. ECONOMICS

    Economists often view life cycle variation in income as one form of transitory variation in income around people's lifetime or permanent, income. In this sense, how does your current income compare to your permanent income? Do you think your current income

    asked by RAJA on April 13, 2013
  100. SS again please help me asap

    Who was most likely to participate in a corn husking? Low Country residents Up Country residents house servants plantation owners All of the following statements about South Carolina society in the late 18th century are true EXCEPT job opportunities were

    asked by recon sniper on November 21, 2013