1. Science

    The increase in use of electricity and oil as well as the as the expectation that dependency on foreign oil will (blank)over the next ten years has lead to the restructuring of current energy policies A)double B)triple C)decrease D)stay the same

    asked by Tyler on January 14, 2020
  2. Science

    List ways simple plants affect your life each day. (HINT: Where do electricity and heat for homes come from?) food, heat and electricity(from fossils and coal and oil), cars (gasoline from oil), etc.

    asked by Jessica on February 7, 2007
  3. history SUE HELP MEEEE

    For many years, the only currency that oil-producing countries would accept for their oil was the United States dollar. What would happen to the value of the dollar if the demand for oil were to increase? Nothing, since the demand for oil cannot increase.

    asked by SUUUE and REED HELP ME on February 28, 2016
  4. math

    In a normal month you use 1200 kWh of electricity. Your electricity provider has decided to increase the rate it charges for electricity by $0.05 per kWh. If you continue to use electricity at the same rate, how much more will it cost for one year? explain

    asked by anonymous0.1 on October 29, 2013
  5. college Macroeconomics

    Suppose that there is a temporary, but significant,increase in oil prices in an economy with an upward-sloping SRAS curve. If policy makers wish to prevent the equilibrium price level from changing in response to the oil price increase, should they

    asked by aimee on September 11, 2010
  6. Macroeconomics

    Suppose that there is a temporary, but significant,increase in oil prices in an economy with an upward-sloping SRAS curve. If policy makers wish to prevent the equilibrium price level from changing in response to the oil price increase, should they

    asked by Tony on August 30, 2010
  7. macoreconomics

    Suppose there is a temporary but significant increase in oil prices in an economy with an upward-sloping Short-Run Aggregate Supply (SRAS) curve. If policymakers wish to prevent the equilibrium price level from changing in response to the oil price

    asked by jen on October 24, 2013
  8. Macroeconomics

    Suppose there is a temporary but significant increase in oil prices in an economy with an upward-sloping Short-Run Aggregate Supply (SRAS) curve. If policymakers wish to prevent the equilibrium price level from changing in response to the oil price

    asked by Traci on September 6, 2015
  9. college macroeconomics

    Suppose there is a temporary but significant increase in oil prices in an economy with an upward-sloping Short-Run Aggregate Supply (SRAS) curve. If policymakers wish to prevent the equilibrium price level from changing in response to the oil price

    asked by jen on October 24, 2013
  10. phusics

    oil is pumped at 31000/liters/min into a tank 25m above the ground.(1lter of oilhas a mass of 0.68kg) a) what power, in kw, must be delivered by the pump? b)what is the increase in PE of ht eoil after 10 minutes? c)Find the increase in PE of the oil after

    asked by joe on March 30, 2015
  11. History

    If humanity has passed the point where the oil supply is declining, which suggests the most practical response? start hoarding oil in underground tanks as a hedge against a future without oil increase funding for government agencies like NASA to find other

    asked by Heather on August 5, 2018
  12. geography

    What is the significance of this and what are the consquences. I don't understand the world of economics. Maybe a little help to get started. Thank you. Canacol Energy, an oil firm listed in Toronto and Bogota has a goal to increase its output to 35,000

    asked by Sarah on November 20, 2010
  13. Economics

    What is the significance of this and what are the consquences. I don't understand the world of economics. Maybe a little help to get started. Thank you. Canacol Energy, an oil firm listed in Toronto and Bogota has a goal to increase its output to 35,000

    asked by Sarah on November 21, 2010
  14. economics

    What is the significance of this and what are the consquences. I don't understand the world of economics. Maybe a little help to get started. Thank you. Canacol Energy, an oil firm listed in Toronto and Bogota has a goal to increase its output to 35,000

    asked by Sarah on November 21, 2010
  15. Macroeconomics

    (Supply and Demand) How do you think each of the following affected the world price of oil? (Use basic supply and demand analysis.) a. Tax credits were offered for expenditures on home insulation. b. The Alaskan oil pipeline was completed. c. The ceiling

    asked by karo on September 6, 2006
  16. History

    5. Which best defines peak oil? a spiritual theory based on the idea that oil consumption must cease to save the earth before humankind is doomed an economic and scientific theory based on the idea that oil reserves are unlimited and increase with every

    asked by Ryder C. on June 14, 2019
  17. Social Studies question

    World demand for oil is expected to increase 35% over the next 10 decades. In the US and Canada, total use of oil has actually declined over the past 20 years. Offer some possible explanations for these two opposite trends.

    asked by anonymous on December 1, 2013
  18. Economics

    In 1973, Members of the Oraganization of Oil-Exporting Countries (OPEC) reduced oild exports, which more than quadrupled oil prices. what effect did that have on less developed nations? a. Their development increase rapidly because if the profits they made

    asked by MM on March 28, 2012
  19. Statistics

    Can someone please help with this? A measurement follows the normal distribution with a standard deviation of 15 and an unknown expectation μ. You can consider that measurement to be the "original" distribution. Two statisticians propose two distinct ways

    asked by Gracio on May 30, 2017
  20. algebra

    an oil drilling company knows that it costs $25000 to sink a well. If oil is hit, the income for the drilling company will be $375000. If only natural gas is hit, the income will be $135000. If nothing is hit there will be no income. If the probability if

    asked by Ginger on June 9, 2013
  21. social studies

    what is the connection between arabs and electricity? can not think of any relation but oil to generate energy.

    asked by hannah on October 5, 2006
  22. energy

    it is an expression that describes the sun, the electricity, oil and the wind solar, nature, or energy

    asked by Anonymous on September 14, 2008
  23. algebra/please help I have been wrong twice

    An oil-drilling company knows that it costs $25,000 to sink a test well. If oil is hit, the income for the drilling company will be $395,000. If only natural gas is hit, the income will be $125,000. If nothing is hit, there will be no income. If the

    asked by Mary Ann on May 28, 2014
  24. essay: inventions

    I have to write an essay for my english class. The "subject" is inventions. I came up with the phone, the car, electricity, and peanut butter. Peanut butter was more of a joke. I think that I should do electricity. If I did electricity, I could put

    asked by 12-year-old-poet on January 22, 2012
  25. Probability

    An oil-drilling company knows that it costs $25,000 to sink a test well. If oil is hit, the income for the drilling company will be $375,000. If only natural gas is hit, the income will be $130,000. If nothing is hit, there will be no income. If the

    asked by Anonymous on June 1, 2013
  26. math

    An oil-drilling company knows that it costs $25,000 to sink a test well. If oil is hit, the income for the drilling company will be $405,000. If only natural gas is hit, the income will be $125,000. If nothing is hit, there will be no income. If the

    asked by libby on December 2, 2014
  27. Algebra Last question for tonight

    An oil-drilling company knows that it costs $25,000 to sink a test well. If oil is hit, the income for the drilling company will be $395,000. If only natural gas is hit, the income will be $125,000. If nothing is hit, there will be no income. If the

    asked by Mary Ann on May 27, 2014
  28. Algebra

    An oil-drilling company knows that it costs $25,000 to sink a test well. If oil is hit, the income for the drilling company will be $415,000. If only natural gas is hit, the income will be $145,000. If nothing is hit, there will be no income. If the

    asked by Mary Ann on May 24, 2014
  29. math

    An oil-drilling company knows that it costs $25,000 to sink a test well. If oil is hit, the income for the drilling company will be $425,000. If only natural gas is hit, the income will be $155,000. If nothing is hit, there will be no income. If the

    asked by leelee kay on June 3, 2014
  30. Probability

    An oil-drilling company knows that it costs $25,000 to sink a test well. If oil is hit, the income for the drilling company will be $355,000. If only natural gas is hit, the income will be $130,000. If nothing is hit, there will be no income. If the

    asked by Stacy on March 2, 2013
  31. algebra

    An oil-drilling company knows that it costs $25,000 to sink a test well. If oil is hit, the income for the drilling company will be $445,000. If only natural gas is hit, the income will be $150,000. If nothing is hit, there will be no income. If the

    asked by Anonymous on June 9, 2013
  32. Math

    An oil-drilling company knows that it costs $25,000 to sink a test well. If oil is hit, the income for the drilling company will be $375,000. If only natural gas is hit, the income will be $165,000. If nothing is hit, there will be no income. If the

    asked by luis on March 13, 2013
  33. algebra

    An oil-drilling company knows that it costs $25,000 to sink a test well. If oil is hit, the income for the drilling company will be $395,000. If only natural gas is hit, the income will be $135,000. If nothing is hit, there will be no income. If the

    asked by EBonie on August 24, 2014
  34. Strayer

    An oil-drilling company knows that it costs $25,000 to sink a test well. If oil is hit, the income for the drilling company will be $445,000. If only natural gas is hit, the income will be $165,000. If nothing is hit, there will be no income. If the

    asked by Quencie on September 11, 2014
  35. mgt

    You are a Board member and the CEO of a major oil company experiencing problems from the increase in oil prices. Your employees’ morale is down because their workload has increased because of layoffs to decrease the cost structure. Investors are angry

    asked by meshelle on January 16, 2010
  36. Physics

    Given that electricity is priced at constant 13.5 pence per kWh and central heating oil (kerosine) varies in price between 39 pence and 137 pence per litre. What price does kerosine need to be to make heating domestic hot water cheaper using an immersion

    asked by Mike on December 20, 2010
  37. ALGEBRA

    An oil-drilling company knows that it costs $28,000 to sink a test well. If oil is hit, the income for the drilling company will be $445,000. If only natural gas is hit, the income will be $145,000. If nothing is hit, there will be no income. If the

    asked by Danny on May 24, 2012
  38. chemistry

    Looking up the specifications of an oil online, the spec sheet indicates that the specific gravity of this oil is .93. Does this mean that the oil weights .93 grams / 1 cubic centimeter of oil? Thanks

    asked by Chris on February 16, 2010
  39. Chemistry

    Hello! I was wondering why is it that it is safe to eat olive oil, corn oil, canola oil, etc. but not diesel oil or something like that. What is the reason in chemical structural sense?

    asked by Gabe on November 1, 2008
  40. com 150

    I need to know as fast as you can. I need to know if this is an introduction:Supplyand Demand: The price of crude oil reached a new record high this week, topping $135 a barrel. Is this an "oil Bubble" or just the sign of more to come. Then I need to know

    asked by lynn on July 8, 2008
  41. math help fast

    During an oil change, each car needs 4 1/2 quarts of oil. Each 5-quart container of oil costs $14.99. Before tax, how much will the oil cost Mr. Richards for both cars in a year? A $44.97 B $80.94 C $89.94 D $107.93 why is this c

    asked by jhon on January 18, 2016
  42. statistics

    A sign on the gas pumps of a chain of gasoline stations encourages customers to have their oil checked, claiming that one out of four cards need to have oil added. If this is true, what is the probability of the following events? a. One out of the next

    asked by April on March 17, 2016
  43. math help

    Mr. Richards has two cars that he changes the oil in every four months. During an oil change, each car needs 4 1/2 quarts of oil. Each 5-quart container of oil costs $14.99. Before tax, how much will the oil cost Mr. Richards for both cars in a year? A

    asked by jhon on January 18, 2016
  44. Social Studies

    Which statement best describes the texas economy in the 1970s? Texas experienced a boom as a result of its diversified economy Texas experienced a boom when an OPEC embargo caused the cost of oil to increase Texas experienced a bust when the overproduction

    asked by Anime Lover on March 5, 2019
  45. Science

    Our electricity bills consist of many different forms of energy use. In order to be able to make estimates on how much different appliances use electricity and how much savings could be done by investing less electricity consuming ones, you need to have

    asked by karem on December 21, 2016
  46. Econ

    If an oil pipeline shuts down in Alaska, how does that affect the market for gasoline? demand increase, decrease or supply increase, decrease

    asked by Econ help please another ques on November 29, 2011
  47. science

    Questions about oil: 1. what is the main product we get from oil? 2. How many things are made from oil? 3. What do we use oil for?

    asked by JESS on November 13, 2008
  48. math

    An oil-drilling company knows that it costs $28,000 to sink a test well. If oil is hit, the income for the drilling company will be $445,000. If only natural gas is hit, the income will be $145,000. If nothing is hit, there will be no income. If the

    asked by Anonymous on August 21, 2012
  49. science

    the three fuel sources to make electricity are what coal, natural gas, fuel oil ure mom ure dad and ur brother Coal, natural gas and fuel oil

    asked by rachel on March 12, 2007
  50. Probability

    A 30 year old can buy $25,000 life insurance for $15/month. If the probability that the 30 year old will die is 0.14% find the insurance companies expected profit for the policy. (I want this in terms of their annual expectation-not monthly expectation)

    asked by Anonymous on July 10, 2011
  51. math

    A 30 year old can buy $25,000 life insurance for $15/month. If the probability that the 30 year old will die is 0.14% find the insurance companies expected profit for the policy. (I want this in terms of their annual expectation-not monthly expectation)

    asked by anonymous on July 10, 2011
  52. is Ms Sue there please?

    Hi I have this other newspaper article and i have to summarise it. I have summarised it but i need to make it longer and there is a separate question where I have to state why it has become an issue using the article...please help: Dark Age May Envelope WA

    asked by Crissy XD on July 6, 2011
  53. Social studies

    Oil is important to Iran’s economy because _________________. A. Oil purchases are the country's greatest expense. B. Oil sales are a major part of the country's income.*** C. Oil spill have meant expensive environmental clean-up. D. Oil exploration

    asked by (づ。◕‿‿◕。)づ on March 5, 2019
  54. physics

    one liter (1000cm3) of oil is spiled onto a smooth lake. if the oil spreads out uniformly until it makes an oil slick justone molecure thick, with adjcent molecules just touching estimate the diameter of the oil slick. Assume the oil molecules have a

    asked by kels on August 21, 2012
  55. English

    To protect the environment, what do you have to do? 1. I'd better use less water. 2. I'd better take the stairs instead of the elevator. 3. I'd better ride my bike to school. 4. I'd better use less electricity. 5. I'd better not use paper cups or plates.

    asked by rfvv on April 8, 2014
  56. science

    Which of the following statement best describes the two different types of electrical energy involved in the situation above? 1.Both the lightning and the electricity used to light the floor lamp are forms of static electricity. 2. Both the lightning and

    asked by miss on May 28, 2016
  57. history

    Which describes the relationship between oil-producing Middle Eastern nations and the consumer states that consume their petroleum? Consumer states often are dependent on Mideast oil producers, but potential ties to terrorist groups are a disturbing

    asked by dianni on December 12, 2018
  58. History

    Which describes the relationship between oil-producing Middle Eastern nations and the consumer states that consume their petroleum? Oil-producing nations realize their economic interdependence with the consumer states and work together in harmony. Consumer

    asked by Kiara on February 20, 2019
  59. History

    Which describes the relationship between oil-producing Middle Eastern nations and the consumer states that consume their petroleum? A. The oil-producing nations wield absolute power over their overseas oil consumers, who have no alternative source of oil.

    asked by Sergio on February 15, 2019
  60. science

    from the point of view of an enviromentalist,what is probably the most significant argument against offshore drilling for oil? a)coal is preferable resource to oil. b)oil corporations are falsely advertising an oil shortage in order to expand thier

    asked by JESSICA on March 8, 2008
  61. Science

    A project demand for electricity is 25,000MW in a year. Estimate the following: The electricity is produced by a big hydroelectric station and the water level in the 10m deep reservoir is allowed to fall 100m to generate the electricity. How many square

    asked by UEW on November 3, 2017
  62. lube oil systems

    With many lube oil systems, it is common to cool the oil before it is pumped to the end user (engine, compressor, etc). However, for large centrifugal compressors, it is common to pump the lube oil hot, and cool the oil immediately before it enter the

    asked by Tony on January 29, 2014
  63. SCIENCE

    FROM the point of view of an evriromentalist,which is probably the most significant argument against offshore drilling for oil? a)coal is a preferrable soure for oil. b)oil corporations are falsely advertiseing an oil shortage in order to expand thier

    asked by jessica on October 9, 2007
  64. Algebra 1- Please help whenever you get the chance

    The monthly cost of electricity in Smithville is determined by the function C(e) = $0.16e + $24.54, where e is the amount of electricity used in kilowatt-hours (kWh) and C(e) is the total cost. If the Fox family used 872 kWh of electricity last month, how

    asked by basketball&batman on November 24, 2015
  65. history

    How did the oil crisis in the 1970s illistrate the problem of economic interdependence? 1. all nations rely on oil and when nations with oil resources underwent political crises, production was halted and prices soared, creating economic shock waves. 2.

    asked by Ciara's Sister on December 16, 2011
  66. science

    4. How could you increase the electricity generated by a solar cell during the day, when the sun’s angle is constantly changin

    asked by debie on April 6, 2014
  67. microeconomics

    If the price of oil falls below $50 per barrel, then the supply of the goods and services whose poduction involves a lot of oil will increase. The incresase in supply will cause the prices for these goods and services to fall. True, False or Uncertain.

    asked by Brittany on February 8, 2007
  68. Calculus

    An oil tank in the shape of a right circular cylinder, with height 30 meters and a radius of 5 meters is two-thirds full of oil. How much work is required to pump all of the oil over the top of the tank? (The density of oil is 820 kg/m^3 ).

    asked by Armando on March 19, 2017
  69. Physics

    1. A cylindrical disk of wood weighing 45.0N and having a diameter of 30.0 cm floats on a cylinder of oil of density 0.850 g/cm3. The cylinder of oil is 75.0 cm deep and has the same diameter of the wood. (a) What is the gauge pressure at the top of the

    asked by Francis on April 24, 2017
  70. Math

    Jason inherited a piece of land from his great-uncle. Owners in the area claim that there is a 45% chance that the land has oil. Jason decides to test the land for oil. He buys a kit that claims to have an 80% accuracy rate of indicating oil in the soil.

    asked by anaonymous on April 25, 2016
  71. math - fractions

    Hello, I need help for my 5th grader...Solve the problem by working backward. Write the ans. in a compl. sentence. Mara followed a recipe she found on the net to make her own perfume. She started by adding jojoba oil to a small bottle. Then she added 2

    asked by Johanna on September 13, 2007
  72. Math

    A new oil field has just begun production. The first oil removed is the easiest to get out, and so production falls as time goes on. The instantaneous rate at which oil can be extracted is 14% of the amount of oil remaining per year. Here, "instantaneous"

    asked by Please help! on April 20, 2016
  73. Math

    A new oil field has just begun production. The first oil removed is the easiest to get out, and so production falls as time goes on. The instantaneous rate at which oil can be extracted is 14% of the amount of oil remaining per year. Here, "instantaneous"

    asked by HELP!!!! on April 20, 2016
  74. Math

    A new oil field has just begun production. The first oil removed is the easiest to get out, and so production falls as time goes on. The instantaneous rate at which oil can be extracted is 6% of the amount of oil remaining per year. Here, "instantaneous"

    asked by PLEASE HELP ASAP on April 20, 2016
  75. Math

    A new oil field has just begun production. The first oil removed is the easiest to get out, and so production falls as time goes on. The instantaneous rate at which oil can be extracted is 14% of the amount of oil remaining per year. Here, "instantaneous"

    asked by Please help! on April 20, 2016
  76. economics

    where was the first oil factory and is it still standing today What do you mean by "oil factory"? The ancient greeks made olive oil, the ancient egyptians made castor oil, and the ancient chinese extracted and used crude oil. I seriously doubt any of these

    asked by tomilola on September 27, 2006
  77. Math

    A truck’s engine needs 3one over four gallons of oil for an oil change. How many quarts of oil are needed? (Hint: 1 quart = one over four gallon)

    asked by Bell on November 29, 2012
  78. Social Studies

    I need help in Social Studies for grades 5 through 7. Here is my question: What countries in the Middle-East/South-West Asia have little to no oil? I have been researching all over the internet for 2 hours straight and all I found was that Israel and

    asked by Grade6Student on February 23, 2018
  79. physics

    Your electricity usage for a one month period is 500 kilowatt-hours. Assuming one month is equal to 30 days and that the electricity usage is uniform across the whole month, what would be the velocity of a 1 kg mass if it was given the kinetic energy

    asked by pakilina on November 3, 2011
  80. Physics

    A bucket is filled with a combination of water (density 1,000 kg/m3) and oil (density 700 kg/m3). These fluids do not mix. (The oil will float on top of the water.) If the layer of oil is 63 cm tall, what is the pressure at the interface between the oil

    asked by Sierra on July 25, 2012
  81. math

    a mechanic is looking over his supply of oil. he counted a jug that had 2 quarts of oil another had 3 3/4 and another that only had 1 pint. how much oil does he have?

    asked by hw on May 9, 2015
  82. Science

    Can you help with this one please? A drop of oil (vol 0.05cm^3) is released on to a calm surface of a pond where it spreads out and covers an area of 40 cm^2. Assume the oil film has uniform thickness equal to the diameter of an oil molecule. Calculate the

    asked by Bruce on February 5, 2007
  83. physics

    a drop of oil vol 0.05 cm3 is released from a medicicne dropper on to a calm surface pond where it spreads out to cover an area of 40 cm 3. Assume oil film is uniform thickness equal to diameter of oil molecule. Calculate the diameter of oil molecule and

    asked by bex on February 14, 2007
  84. statistics

    The quarterly seasonal indexes for a firm’s electricity consumption are 115, 92, 81, and 112 for quarters I-IV. It has been forecast that electricity consumption will be 850,000 kilowatt-hours during 2008. Forecast electricity consumption for each

    asked by Yadira M on August 16, 2009
  85. managerial economics

    An article in Business Week reported the discovery of a new processing technology that makes it economically feasible to turn natural gas into liquid petroleum that yields superclean gasoline, diesel fuel, or any other product derived from crude oil. This

    asked by crystal on April 1, 2014
  86. Chemistry

    Suppose a fuel-cell generator was used to produce electricity for a house. If each H2 molecule produces 2e- how many kilograms of hydrogen would be required to generate the electricity needed for a typical house? Assume the home uses about 850 kWh of

    asked by Anonymous on April 13, 2012
  87. chemistry

    Suppose a fuel-cell generator was used to produce electricity for a house. If each H2 molecule produces 2e- , how many kilograms of hydrogen would be required to generate the electricity needed for a typical house? Assume the home uses about 850 kWh of

    asked by seth on July 11, 2010
  88. algebra

    If only natural gas is hit, the income will be $140,000. If nothing is hit, there will be no income. If the probability of hitting oil is 1/40 and if the probability of hitting gas is 1/20, what is the expectation for the drilling company?

    asked by will on September 10, 2014
  89. Organic Chemistry

    My original question was that I wished to dissolve 100mg of caffeine powder in oil but could not do it as caffeine was not soluble in oil. The answer was to dissolve soap in the oil first, then the caffeine. I've done some research and I propose to

    asked by Joy on September 4, 2013
  90. Economics

    In the late 1970s, oil prices were expected to increase dramatically once controls disappeared. Regulated prices were pegged as low as $6 per barrel, while global prices had climbed to almost $30. According to the Joint Committee on Taxation, lifting the

    asked by Anonymous on December 14, 2013
  91. Chemistry

    Suppose a fuel-cell generator was used to produce electricity for a house. If each H2 molecule produces 2e-, how many kilograms of hydrogen would be required to generate the electricity needed for a typical house? Assume the home uses about 850 kWh of

    asked by norma on July 30, 2011
  92. chem

    Suppose a hydrogen-oxygen fuel-cell generator was used to produce electricity for a house. Use the balanced redox reactions and the standard cell potential to predict the volume of hydrogen gas (at STP) required each month to generate the electricity

    asked by Anonymous on August 9, 2010
  93. Math

    Tamara needs to buy motor oil to fill the 3 empty cylindrical barrels at her oil service center. Each barrel is 7ft deep and has a radius 4ft. What is the volume of oil needed? Use 3.14 for ð.

    asked by Anonymous Human on May 18, 2016
  94. Social Studies

    How MIGHT a war with a country that is a member of OPEC impact citizens living around you? A) gas prices may increase due to a rise in price of crude oil C) the sale of foreign cars decreases due to an increase in tariffs D) the automobile industry suffers

    asked by todoroki shouto on May 14, 2019
  95. SOCIAL STUDIES

    WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS SUPPORTED BY THE INFORMATION IN THE MAP 1] AUSTRASLIA IS SELF-SUPPORTING IN OIL.2]AFRICA TRADES OIL ONLY WITH SOUTH AMRICA.3] THE SOVIET UNION HAS TRADE ROUTES WITH EVERY MAJOR CONTINENT.4] ALL OF THE MAJOR CONTINENTS HAVE

    asked by stephanie on November 14, 2012
  96. math

    Consumers pay for electricity by the kilowatt-hour (the amount of electricity used by a 1,000-watt appliance in one hour). If electricity costs 10cents per kilowatt-hour, what is the cost of running a 100-watt lamp for 1. 1 hour? 2. 24 hours? 3. 1 year?

    asked by Mike on December 7, 2010
  97. physics

    if a electricity genreter move with the speed of 60km/h how much electricity they generate in 1 minute in volt

    asked by rahul on September 8, 2014
  98. math

    Tema Oil Refinery ( TOR ) is the only company mandated to refine crude oil in Ghana. The company has estimated that the fixed cost would be $ 80000. Variable costs depends on the amount of crude oil refined but include the cost of labour and administrative

    asked by Ayensu on March 20, 2012
  99. Physics

    Hi. This question is from my own point of view based on electricity. Is it possible in theory to have electricity passed through wireless rather than using wires????

    asked by anonymous on June 17, 2013
  100. social studies

    What was the effect of discovering oil at spindletop?(1Point) A The stast stufferes economically because the supply wasnt as much as people expected B The supply at spindletop was not enough to economicallyy support the exploration of nearby sources for

    asked by tay on September 26, 2017