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1. ## -plse help me..

ABCD and ABDE are parallelograms, the value of ar[ABCD] /ar[ABC]+ar[ABD]+ar[ABE]

2. ## macroecon

Assume that there is equilibrium in both the goods and the money market at all times. Suppose that the president of the United States has decided to start a war. The government will have to increase spending to pay for weapons, equipments, and

3. ## Math science

Calculate the momentum of a particle which has a dedicated broglie lambda of 0.1 nm.

4. ## maths --plse help me..

if 16 men can build a road of 9 km in 3 days then how many men can build 21 km road in 5 days.

5. ## bio

Q:My grandmother made kool-aid with 120 g of sugar (Sucrose) per liter. Assuming that the liqiud portion is water (1g/ml)- What percent sucrose solution was my grandmothers Kool-Aid? A: What i thought was that 120 g x1 mL/1g = 120 mL x100 = 12%. Is this

6. ## econ/calc

I was trying to derive for A from the function: profit=PQ(P,A)-C(Q(A))-A these are my steps profit=Pdq/da-Cqdq/da-1 dprofit/dA=P(dq/da)-MC(dq/da)-1=0 (p-MC)change in q/change in A=1 p-mc/p[A/Q *change in q/change in A]=A A=TR Ea/Ed ----------- this is what

7. ## maths --plse help me..

A man drives fom the origin to his destination in his car at the speed of 24km/hr and reaches 5 minutes late.Next day he drives from the same origin to the same destination with a speed of 30km/hr and reaches 4 minutes early.Find at what distance is the

8. ## macroecon

Assume that there is equilibrium in both the goods and the money market at all times. Suppose that the president of the United States has decided to start a war. The government will have to increase spending to pay for weapons, equipments, and

9. ## calc.microecon

I was trying to derive for A from the function: profit=PQ(P,A)-C(Q(A))-A these are my steps profit=Pdq/da-Cqdq/da-1 dprofit/dA=P(dq/da)-MC(dq/da)-1=0 (p-MC)change in q/change in A=1 p-mc/p[A/Q *change in q/change in A]=A A=TR Ea/Ed ----------- this is what

10. ## bio

Q:My grandmother made kool-aid with 120 g of sugar (Sucrose) per liter. Assuming that the liqiud portion is water (1g/ml)- What percent sucrose solution was my grandmothers Kool-Aid? A: What i thought was that 120 g x1 mL/1g = 120 mL x100 = 12%. Is this