Answer: 1728 square feet. Step-by-step explanation: We know that the area of a rectangle is given by :- Given: The length of the poster = 48 inches The width of the poster = 36 inches Now, the area of the poster is given by :- Hence, the area of the …Read More »
Stacy goes to the county fair with her friends. The total cost of ride tickets Is given by the equation c = 3.5t, where c is the total cost of tickets and t is the number of tickets. If Stacey bought 15 tickets, she would spend how much
Stacy goes to the county fair with her friends. The total cost of ride tickets Is given by the equation c = 3.5t, where c is the total cost of tickets and t is the number of tickets. If Stacey bought 15 tickets, she would spend how muchRead More »
Two fair coins are flipped and a fair number cube is rolled. What is the sample space of possible outcomes?
Two fair coins are flipped and a fair number cube is rolled. What is the sample space of possible outcomes?Read More »
The price of an all access take it to the fair is $42.99 before tax Roland bought the all access ticket for 40% off then he pay 7% sales tax on the discounted price part a how much did Roland paid In sale tax? part B what is the total amount that Roland paid for the ticket ?
The price of an all access take it to the fair is $42.99 before tax Roland bought the all access ticket for 40% off then he pay 7% sales tax on the discounted price part a how much did Roland paid In sale tax? part B what is the total …Read More »
1. What was Truman’s plan for the American people called? Square Deal Dynamic Liberalism Fair Deal Dynamic Conservatism 2. John F. Kennedy’s religious beliefs were an important issue of the 1960 presidential campaign. True False 3. What group was headed by Elijah Muhammad? Black Power Black Panthers Nation of Islam none of the above 4. Because Kennedy was elected by a slim margin, he lacked a popular mandate. True False 5. What seems to have been the chief purpose(s) of mass media during the 1950s? A. to entertain B. to sell products both a and b neither a nor b
1. What was Truman’s plan for the American people called? Square Deal Dynamic Liberalism Fair Deal Dynamic Conservatism 2. John F. Kennedy’s religious beliefs were an important issue of the 1960 presidential campaign. True False 3. What group was headed by Elijah Muhammad? Black Power Black Panthers Nation of Islam …Read More »
After tossing the same coin 10 times, you are surprised to find that tails has come up 8 times. You therefore conclude that this coin is not fair and that the probability of getting tails with this coin is 0.80.
After tossing the same coin 10 times, you are surprised to find that tails has come up 8 times. You therefore conclude that this coin is not fair and that the probability of getting tails with this coin is 0.80.Read More »
Reinforcement, contact, honesty, and fair expectations areRead More »
During a science fair a group of students came up with the following colon is color an inherent property in objects or is it a product of the mind? why would this question be extremely difficult to answer scientifically?
There are two systems in the human body that are responsible for the coordination between the functions of different systems to achieve the unity of the living organism’s body. These two systems are the nervous system and the endocrine system. The action of the nervous system is fast and takes …Read More »
Two households, both alike in dignity, In fair Verona, where we lay our scene, From ancient grudge break to new mutiny, Where civil blood makes civil hands unclean. What is the best way to paraphrase these lines? Two ancient feuding Verona families shed more blood. Two families fight over whom pretty Verona shall marry. Two feuding families in Verona have an ancient grudge. Two old families in Verona fight and get themselves dirty.
Since a tiny tender child of four,There’s nothing that I dreamt of more,Than to jump aboard a great big ship,A telescope, a map, a sword, by my hip,To feel the sea breeze in my hair,To stroke my parrot on the wood chair,To be bold and brave and happy as can be,To …Read More »
Twenty-three percent of students are from out of state. In a random sample of 6 students, what is the probability that at least 2 of them are from out of state?This is a case of binomial probability, as “success” would be “student is from out of state” and “failure” would be …Read More »
Robert's coworkers have decided to organize a strike against their employer. they say they won't report to work until they receive a pay increase. robert doesn't really feel this is fair because he knows the budget has been cut, and the employer is trying to discuss other ideas with the workers. robert decides to participate in the strike anyway. robert's actions can best be explained by:
Robert’s coworkers have decided to organize a strike against their employer. they say they won’t report to work until they receive a pay increase. robert doesn’t really feel this is fair because he knows the budget has been cut, and the employer is trying to discuss other ideas with the …Read More »
PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!Which answer best matches a complaint outlined in the Declaration of Independence which was later adopted as one of the amendments in the Bill of Rights? A. The right to fair trade B. The right to bear arms C. The right to a fair trial D. The right to not be unduly taxed
1. We are all free and equal. We are all born free. We all have our own thoughts and ideas. We should all be treated in the same way. 2. Don’t discriminate. These rights belong to everybody, whatever our differences. 3. The right to life. We all have the right to life, and to …Read More »
Take a look at the table of possible outcomes when a pair of fair dice is rolled. What is the probability that the sum of the numbers rolled is either even or a multiple of 5?
The basis to respond this question are: 1) Perpedicular lines form a 90° angle between them. 2) The product of the slopes of two any perpendicular lines is – 1. So, from that basic knowledge you can analyze each option: a.Lines s and t have slopes that are opposite reciprocals. …Read More »
Which statement most likely left her audience with a lasting impression about the need for change? A. What we need are laws to protect working people, to guarantee them fair pay, safe working conditions, and protection against layoffs. B. There is a concentration of women in lower paying, menial, unrewarding jobs and an incredible scarcity in the upper level jobs. C. It is true that part of the problem has been that women have not been aggressive in demanding their rights. D. If a young college-educated woman walks into an office for an interview, the first question she will be asked is, “Do you type?”
Technician is a worker trained with special skills, especially in science and engineering. 1. Agricultural technician – gathers crop or animal samples for scientific testing. (Agricultural: used for farming or relating to farming.) 2. Hydorelectric technician – Analyzes water for envinromental issues, such as drought, pollution, or erosion. (Hydroelectric – …Read More »
Choose one of the distribution methods. Write 1-2 paragraphs of 100-200 words that explains the distribution method that you have chosen. In your response, be sure to answer the following questions: Who receives the good or service from this distribution method? Who does not receive the good or service? What are the advantages of this method? What are the disadvantages of this method? Is this method efficient (or not wasting resources)? Is it fair (or free from bias)? Can your chosen method be used to distribute large amounts of goods and services to many people each day? Why or why not? please help me
Not sure if this is a “Select all that apply” question, because most of these could work. However, I’m going to assume the answer is easy movement on people, products, and ideas.Improve transportation has allowed better import and exports, faster transportation cross country, even around the world. At the same time, …Read More »
Jake sold 39 tickets to the school fair and Jeanne sold 12 tickets. What is the ratio, in simplest form, of the number of tickets Jeanne sold to the number of tickets Jake sold?
Answer: The correct combinations are: (A). 4 sizes and 3 toppings. (D). 2 sizes and 6 toppings. (F). 3 sizes and 4 toppings. Step-by-step explanation: Given that a A pizzeria makes pizzas in different sizes and with different toppings. The pizzeria wants its customers to have 12 options when they …Read More »
Answer: Energy Crisis , Iran Hostage crisis , High Inflation. Explanation: As the 39th president of the United States, Jimmy Carter strived to fight the nation’s high unemployment, increasing inflation and the consequences of an energy crisis that had begun in the early 1970s. Most business heads, as well as …Read More »
Which of the following statements are true? (plato) A.Economic stability means fair distribution of goods in an economy. B.Full employment is a macroeconomic goal. C.Inflation is a fall in the prices of goods and services. D.Inflation is a rise in the prices of goods and services. E.Microeconomics studies the economy as a whole.
Which of the following statements are true? (plato) A. Economic stability means fair distribution of goods in an economy. B. Full employment is a macroeconomic goal. C. Inflation is a fall in the prices of goods and services. D. Inflation is a rise in the prices of goods and services. …Read More »
Ellen claims she has a coin that is weighted so that the probability of heads is 70%. To test this, Ellen flips the coin 100 times and calculates the relative frequency of each outcome. Outcome Heads Tails Relative Frequency 0.69 0.31 Which statements about Ellen’s experiment are true? Select each correct answer. The relative frequency of heads is very different from 70%. Ellen’s claim about the theoretical probability of heads is likely to be false. The theoretical probability of tails is most likely 30%. It is likely that the coin is not fair.
Hey there! I would say that the answer is D. A is not true, since the mountain lion doesn’t predate on the owl. Therefore, the lion will not be affected by the removal of the owl. B is not true either, since the sparrow and rabbit will still be the …Read More »
59. Gil’s outside basis in his interest in the GO Partnership is $100,000. In a pro- portionate nonliquidating distribution, the partnership distributes to him cash of $30,000, inventory (fair market value of $40,000, basis to the partnership of $20,000), and land (fair market value of $90,000, basis to the partnership of $40,000). The partnership continues in existence. a. Does the partnership recognize any gain or loss as a result of this distribution? Explain. b. Does Gil recognize any gain or loss as a result of this distribution? Explain. c. Calculate Gil’s basis in the land, in the inventory, and in his partnership interest immediately following the distribution.
The computer is purchased for 875.00 plus 5% sales tax. Cost of computer = 875+ 5% of 875 = 875+0.05 (875) =875+43.75 …Read More »
Read the excerpt from The Odyssey. “Stranger, you are no longer what you were just now! Your cloak is new; even your skin! You are one of the gods who rule the sweep of heaven! Be kind to us, we’ll make you fair oblation and gifts of hammered gold. Have mercy on us!” Which is a symbol in this excerpt? the gold gifts the ruling gods the new cloak the kind stranger
Posted in English Answer: The new cloak Explanation: In this passage, the symbol that is present is that of the new cloak. The cloak is meant to symbolize the transformation that Odysseus just went through. He arrived looking like a weary traveller, but with his change, he now resembles the …Read More »
Is the following statement true or false? The Magna Carta was a document signed by King John of England in 1215 which limited the power of the king, promised the right to a fair trial, and backed the idea of no taxation without representation.
Answer: Schlesinger described it as IMPERIAL PRESIDENCY. Detail: Arthur Schlesinger’s 1973 book, The Imperial Presidency, detailed how wartime situations tended to allow presidents to accrue to themselves larger powers than granted by the US Constitution. President Johnson’s actions in obtaining the Tonkin Gulf Resolution from Congress in 1964 is an …Read More »
Huan wants to enter the science fair at his school. He has a list of ideas for his project. Which questions could be answered through scientific investigation? Check all that apply. Does pressure have an effect on the solubility of a substance? Which physicist was the smartest? Is the information on the periodic table difficult to understand? Which brand of soap is the best for cleaning grease off of dishes? Which laboratory experiment is the most fun to perform?
Answer: The temperature also get doubled. Explanation: Charles’ Law: This law states that volume is directly proportional to the temperature of the gas at constant pressure and number of moles. (At constant pressure and number of moles) where, = initial volume of gas = v = final volume of …Read More »
Which of these are goals of financial regulation? Check all that apply. 1-preventing monopolies 2-allowing businesses to avoid disclosing financial information 3-ensuring that businesses accurately report their earnings 4-keeping prices fair 5-removing competition from the market
Answer: 1. B. having less time to develop skills. 2. A. they value leisure time more than buying products. Explanation: For question 1, any job require a lot of time. Actually, most of the cases, you’re payed for your time. So, one negative trade-off is that, while your work, you …Read More »
Answer: The Battle of Gettysburg was fought between July 1 and 3, 1863, around the town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. It was the battle with more casualties in the United States, which is considered the turning point of the Civil War along with the Vicksburg site; and that, in addition, marked …Read More »