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Crystal is trying to get in shape for softball season so she takes a hip pop dance class at the gym for 45 minutes three days a week she wears a heart rate monitor and finds that her heart rate reaches one 25 bpm but her target heart rate zone is 142 through one 80 bpm which of the following because she do to get her heart rate into the target zone

Crystal is trying to get in shape for softball season so she takes a hip pop dance class at the gym for 45 minutes three days a week she wears a heart rate monitor and finds that her heart rate reaches one 25 bpm but her target heart rate zone …

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Eric drove his fishing boat into a large cove and dropped the anchor in 52 feet of water the anchor descends at a constant rate of 3.8 feet per second, how long will it take for the anchor to hit the bottom of the lake? Round your answer to the nearest tenth If of a second if necessary.

Eric drove his fishing boat into a large cove and dropped the anchor in 52 feet of water the anchor descends at a constant rate of 3.8 feet per second, how long will it take for the anchor to hit the bottom of the lake? Round your answer to the …

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Which of the following is an example of a scientific question that is not testable? Why is the sky blue? How moist should soil be for a tomato seed to sprout? Is the strength of steel related to the amount of carbon in it? Does the rate of cooling of a liquid depend upon its initial temperature?

Which of the following is an example of a scientific question that is not testable? Why is the sky blue? How moist should soil be for a tomato seed to sprout? Is the strength of steel related to the amount of carbon in it? Does the rate of cooling of …

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The Mendes family bought a new house 8 years ago $129,000. The new house is now worth $186,000. Assuming a steady rate of growth, what was the yearly rate of appreciation? Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent (1.2% etc) ******PLEASE HELP****

So assuming simplet interest find the change to find the interestchange=186000-129000=57000 simple interest=time times rate times principaltime is in years (8)rate is in decimalprincipal is amount invested (129000) sointerest is 5700057000=(8)(r)(129000)57000=1032000rdivide both sides by 10320000.05523255813953488372093023255814=ror5.523255813953488372093023255814%rounded5.5%

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Anonymous 5 years ago A molecule that can be used as a molecular clock has a neutral mutation rate of one mutation per 5 million years. How many years ago did two species share a common ancestor if the molecules found in these two species differ by a total of eight mutations? Answer a) 1.5 million years b) 10 million years c) 20 million years d) 40 million years

Anonymous 5 years ago A molecule that can be used as a molecular clock has a neutral mutation rate of one mutation per 5 million years. How many years ago did two species share a common ancestor if the molecules found in these two species differ by a total of …

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An enzyme is a protein that_____ transports nutrients across a membrane increases the rate of a chemical reaction receives and sends signals across a cell provides structure for the cell’s organelles

Answer: The given blank can be filled with that it increases the rate of a chemical reaction. Explanation: A substance or a component, which functions as a catalyst in the living species, monitoring the rate at which chemical reactions advances without itself getting changed in the entire process is known …

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You invest $2,000 in an account that has an annual interest rate of 3.2%, compounded annually. How much money will be in the account after 12 years? Round your answer to the nearest whole number.

P = 2000 is the amount investedr = 0.032 is the decimal form of 3.2%, which is the interest raten = 1 indicates we compound 1 time a year (compound annually)t = 12 is the number of years Those four values are plugged into the formula belowA = P*(1+r/n)^(n*t)A = …

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It is evident that the nation is experiencing a recessionary gap when potential output is less than aggregate output. potential output is decreasing at a rate greater than aggregate output is increasing potential output is decreasing. aggregate output is less than potential output. aggregate output is greater than potential output.

Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 04:27 AM A recessionary gap is condition wherein the economy is operating below the full capacity of its employment level. An indication that an economy is experiencing a recessionary gap is when aggregate output is less than potential outputThe answer is the 4th option.

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The brain mass of a fetus can be estimated using the total mass of the fetus by the function b equals 0.22 m superscript 0.87b=0.22m0.87?, where m is the mass of the fetus? (in grams) and b is the brain mass? (in grams). suppose the brain mass of a 2323?-g fetus is changing at a rate of 0.240.24 g per day. use this to estimate the rate of change of the total mass of the? fetus, startfraction dm over dt endfraction dm dt.

We are givenb = 0.22 m^0.87db/dt = 0.24 g/day at b = 23 g whereb is the brain mass of the fetusm is the total mass of the fetusdb/dt is the rate of change of the brain mass of the fetus We are asked to get the rate of change of …

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Jason corporation has invested in a machine that cost $75,000, that has a useful life of fifteen years, and that has no salvage value at the end of its useful life. the machine is being depreciated by the straight-line method, based on its useful life. it will have a payback period of six years. given these data, the simple rate of return on the machine is closest to: (ignore income taxes in this problem.)

We can solve this problem by first calculating the annual net cash inflow. This can be solved by remembering that: Payback period = Initial investment / Annual net cash inflow 6 years = $75,000 / Annual net cash inflow Therefore, Annual net cash inflow = $12,500   Next, we calculate …

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If savers anticipate an inflation rate of 10 percent and require a real return of 5 percent, then savers will require an interest rates of _______ percent to be paid on their deposits.

Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 04:45 AM In here, we can say that we are looking for the nominal interest rate. Given is the real interest rate which is 5% and the inflation rate of 10%. The nominal rate of interest is real interest rate plus the inflation rate. …

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Down under boomerang, inc., is considering a new three-year expansion project that requires an initial fixed asset investment of $2.64 million. the fixed asset will be depreciated straight-line to zero over its three-year tax life, after which time it will be worthless. the project is estimated to generate $2,060,000 in annual sales, with costs of $755,000. the tax rate is 35 percent and the required return on the project is 13 percent. what is the project’s npv?

To answer this problem, 1st let us calculate the total annual cash flow. We define the given variables: Annual Income = $2,060,000 Annual Cost = $755,000 Annual Profit = $2,060,000 – $755,000 = $1,305,000 Annual Tax = $1,305,000 * 0.35 = $456,750 Depreciation = $2.64 million / 3 = $880,000 …

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The rate constant for the second-order reaction 2no2(g) ? 2no(g) o2(g) is 0.540/(m · s) at 300°c. how long (in seconds) would it take for the concentration of no2 to decrease from 0.500 m to 0.250 m

Answer: The coefficient of CO₂ is 5. Explanation:     Balancing the reaction: ___C₅H₁₂ + ___O₂ → ___CO₂ + ___H₂O There are 5 C in the left side, so we put 5 on the right side: ___C₅H₁₂ + ___O₂ →  5CO₂ + ___H₂O There are 12 H in the left …

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