Sheldon

Most popular questions and responses by Sheldon
1. financial managemnt

3. CDL Inc. currently has a \$10 million bond issue outstanding, which carries a coupon rate of 8.3% paid semi-annually, has 4 years remaining until maturity, and is priced to provide for a yield to maturity of 8.16%. The firmâ€™s underwriter has indicated

2. Chemistry (rate reactions)

The rate constant for the thermal decomposition at 85 degrees Celsius of dinitrogen pentoxide equals 6.2 x 10 raised to -2 min. As determined by experiment this decomposition is first order-- 2 N2O5 ----> 4 NO2 + O2 Calculate the rate of the reaction when

3. English

define:passage a portion or section of a written work / one pargraph of something http://www.answers.com/passage Excellent dictionary. =)

4. math

3u(squared) -11u - 14 =??

5. algebra

if 3/5 of a number exceeds its 2/7 by 44. find the number

6. government

how may the large difference in life expectancies in bangladesh and france reflect living conditions in those countries

7. CRAZY ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE AP MATH PROBLEM

there is a field (112m x 75m) that are split into 13 square plots. What are the dimensions [must be in whole meters]. there is a picture, but the boxes are not to scale so i don't know how to get started on this problem. if someone could help me this would

8. Criminal behaviour

Choose three criminal acts. Describe and discuss how each of the three key sociological perspectives in the Schmalleger text explains the commission of the criminal acts. Each criminal act must have been disposed of ( by conviction or acquittal of the

9. math

2u (squared) + 5u - 18

1. Math/pre algebra

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posted on October 28, 2016
2. Criminal behaviour

I need to choose three criminal cases that has been disposed within the last three years. Each of the cases must have been disposed of based on the three key perspectives of sociology. The answer must be in APA format single spaced to a maximum of two

posted on July 21, 2015
3. physics

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posted on March 5, 2015
4. Calculus

Ok, so first you have to realize that 2xy^2 is a u-v problem So... U:2x V:y^2 U':2 V':2y(dy/dx) So dy/dx: 2y^2+2x2y(dy/dx) dy/ dx = -2y^2/(2x2y) This then is u-v'd again to get it into the second derivative form u:-2y^2 v:2x2y(which needs a sep u-v 2

posted on December 17, 2012