1) Which of the following is a characteristic of a corporation? A. Limited liability of stockholders B. No income tax C. Mutual agency D. Both b and c 2) Fair Play, Inc., issues 250,000 shares of no-par common stock for $ 5 per share. The journal entry is which of …

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Instructor: Ralph Leon Course: Math 110 Fall 2017 Assignment: Section 6.1 Homework 1: Data Tables The probability distribution of the random variable X represents the number of hits a baseball player obtained in a game for the 2012 baseball season. x 0 1 2 3 4 5 P(x) 0.1668 0.3340 0.2810 0.1483 0.0377 0.0322 The probability distribution was used along with statistical software to simulate 25 repetitions of the experiment (25 games). The number of hits was recorded. Approximate the mean and standard deviation of the random variable X based on the simulation. The simulation was repeated by performing 50 repetitions of the experiment. Approximate the mean and standard deviation of the random variable. Compare your results to the theoretical mean and standard deviation. What property is being illustrated? Click the icon to view the data tables.1 Compute the theoretical mean of the random variable X for the given probability distribution. hitsμX = 1.653 (Round to three decimal places as needed.) Compute the theoretical standard deviation of the random variable X for the given probability distribution. hitsσX = 1.212 (Round to three decimal places as needed.) Approximate the mean of the random variable X based on the simulation for 25 games. hitsx = (Round to three decimal places as needed.) Approximate the standard deviation of the random variable X based on the simulation for 25 games. s hits= (Round to three decimal places as needed.) Approximate the mean of the random variable X based on the simulation for 50 games. hitsx = (Round to three decimal places as needed.) Approximate the standard deviation of the random variable X based on the simulation for 50 games. …

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The Early Political Advocacy of African American Women Directions Answer the questions below. This quiz requires a discussion of the information presented in the lectures and readings from Module Three. All responses are to be written in essay format and should include citations and details from the lectures and readings …

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1. Given the following Year 12 balance sheet data for a footwear company: Balance Sheet DataCash on Hand2,000Total Current Assets78,000Total Assets315,000Overdraft Loan Payable4,0001-Year Bank Loan Payable8,000Current Portion of Long-Term Loans13,000Total Current Liabilities48,000Long-Term Bank Loans Outstanding105,000Shareholder Equity:Year 11 BalanceYear 12 ChangeCommon Stock10,000010,000Additional Capital100,0000100,000Retained Earnings30,00022,00052,000Total Shareholder Equity140,000+22,000162,000 Based on the above figures …

Read More »## which of the following is consistent with the theory of vitalism

Which of the following is consistent with the theory of vitalism? (1 point) All matter contains a vital force. The chemistry of life and nonlife are similar. Living things contain a vital force absent in nonliving things. Life must be sustained through a series of chemical reactions.

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## assume a company’s income statement for year 12 is as follows

1. Given the following Year 12 balance sheet data for a footwear company: Balance Sheet DataCash on Hand2,000Total Current Assets78,000Total Assets315,000Overdraft Loan Payable4,0001-Year Bank Loan Payable8,000Current Portion of Long-Term Loans13,000Total Current Liabilities48,000Long-Term Bank Loans Outstanding105,000Shareholder Equity:Year 11 BalanceYear 12 ChangeCommon Stock10,000010,000Additional Capital100,0000100,000Retained Earnings30,00022,00052,000Total Shareholder Equity140,000+22,000162,000 Based on the above figures …

Read More »## 1. how could you test to see if an enzyme was completely saturated during an experiment?

This contains 100% correct material for UMUC Biology 102/103 LAB04. However, this is an Answer Key, which means, you should put it in your own words. Here is a sample for the Pre lab questions answered: Lab 4: Enzymes ANSWER KEY Pre-Lab Questions 1. How could you test to see …

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A barge floating in fresh water (A? = 1000 kg/m3) is shaped like a hollow rectangular prism with base area A =650 m2 and height H= 2.0 m. When empty the bottom of the barge is located H0 =0.4 m below the surface of the water. When fully loaded with coal the bottom of the barge is located H1 = 1 m below …

Read More »## consider an amphoteric hydroxide, m(oh)2(s), where m is a generic metal.

1. Consider an amphoteric hydroxide, M(OH)2(s), where M is a generic metal. M(OH)2(s)<-> M^2+(aq)+ 2OH- Ksp=8×10^ -16 M(OH)2(s)+2OH- <->M(OH)4^2- Kf =0.03 Estimate the solubility of M(OH)2 in a solution buffered at pH =7.0 2. The pKb values for …

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