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High School
Port Automotive Supply enters into a contract to supply CraneElectrocar Company with 310 automotive tires at a price of $39 pertire on August 4, 2021. The tires were delivered to Crane onSeptember
Mathematics
High School
The lengths of units produced in a production process are checked. It is known that the standard deviation of the units has a normal distribution with 0.45 mm. A quality control specialist maintains control over 40 randomly selected units every morning. Average length in one day is calculated to be 35.62 mm. According to this,Find the the length of the confidence interval (the interval width)
Mathematics
High School
Urgently! AS-level MathsA particle is initially at rest at the point O. The particle starts to move in a straight line so that its velocity, v ms, at time t seconds is given by V= =6f-12 for t> 0 Find the time when the p
Business
High School
Which of the following is (are) CORRECT about autonomous expenditure?A rise in consumer confidence increases it A rise in autonomous investment changes that slope of the AE curve A rise in disposable income increases it All of the answers are correct
Mathematics
High School
The area bounded by the y-axis, the line y = 1, and that arc of y = sin between z = 0 and x= /2 is revolved about the x - axis. Find the volume generated. O (^2)/2 units ^ 3O (^3)/3 units ^ 3 O (^3)/4 units ^ 3 O (^2)/8 units ^ 3
Business
High School
Ali declares bankruptcyle, owing the County $2,000 in property taxes. The County * writes off the unpaid amount as uncollectible. What entry should the County make to record the writes off the unpaid amount as uncollectible
Mathematics
High School
Also assume that the relative price of food is equal to one.Suppose two countries can produce and trade two goods - food (F) and cloth (C). Production technologies for the two industries are given below and are identical across countries: QF KLI Qc KL where Q denotes output and K; and Li are the amount of capital and labor used in the production of good i. Suppose the SS curve is given by the following function: PF (F) Pc = c. Now we add information on factor endowment. Suppose a country has K = 90 units of capital and L = 60 units of labor and the following full employment conditions are satisfied: KF + Kc = K LF + LC L = Find equilibrium allocation of resources across industries and output of each good. d. Suppose labor endowment increase to I = 90. How would it affect output of capital-intensive and labor-intensive goods? e. Going back to the case when I = 60, demonstrate the effect of a decrease in price of food to PE (0.8). Solve for the new production patterns and w/r and confirm the Stolper-Samuelson theorem. PC
Business
High School
Compute a companys profits. (CO3)Create a balance sheet. (CO3)Measure a company's cash flows. (CO3)Describe the limitations of financial statements. (CO3)Calculate financial ratios to evaluate
Business
High School
Provide entries for petty cash account Co A opens a petty cash account for $ 400 At the end of the month there is $ 57 in the account and travel receipts of $ 324.The company replenishes the account to $ 400 in cash. The company increase the petty cash account to $ 475.
Business
High School
Please answer either question C1 or C2. C1. In a country with a small open economy, government has ordered a mass domestic introduction of fully automatic retail and teller machines in all shops/supermarkets for consumers to reduce human contact during pandemic. All displaced shop assistances and cashiers have received 6-month wages and free retraining programs supported by the government and get employment in other sectors. Imagine that the cost of such technology has been reduced considerably, while quality is improved. (1) Using 3-equation macroeconomic model for Open economy with labour market, draw a relevant diagram and explain the likely possible effects of these automation technology and the government measures on the key macroeconomic indicators. Clearly state your assumptions and explain any shifts in your diagram (10 points). Explain your economic arguments, and identify likely short-term macroeconomic impacts of this mass automation technology and government measures on: (a) the labour market equilibrium (3 points), (b) private investment (3 points), (c) real exchange rate (3 points). (d) output (3 points) (e) inflation (3 points). (iii) What are likely responses by the Central Bank to these changes? Discuss how the central bank and the treasury (ministry of finance) could respond by adjusting monetary and/or fiscal policies when facing such mass automation challenge (5 points).
Business
High School
Using a graphical approach, consider the effect of an increase in the world interest rate from r' to r>r. Suppose that the currency is pegged at & and that the initial nominal wage is WA. Assume further that prior to the shock the economy operates at full employment. Suppose that in response to the shock, the government subsidizes wages at the rate 71. Suppose further that 71 is smaller than the minimum subsidy that ensures full employment. Compare the equilibrium under the insufficient wage subsidy to the one associated with the minimum wage subsidy that ensures full employment. In particular, discuss possible differences in the equilibrium levels of employment, the nominal price of nontradables, the nominal wage, and the relative price of nontradables.
Business
High School
(a) An amount of $100 is deposited into an account at the end of the 1st year, after which payments of $200, $400, $600,... are deposited at the end of every 2 years, that is, there will be a payment of $200 at time 3, a payment of $400 at time 5, and so on. The last payment will be made at the end of the 15th year. Determine the present value if the annual effective rate of interest is 2%. Round your answer to the nearest cent. [7] (b) An annuity-due consists of a first payment of $100, with subsequent payments increased by 7% over the previous one until the 10th payment, after which subsequent payments are level at the amount of the 10th payment. If the effective rate of interest is 7% per payment period, determine the present value of this annuity-due with 20 payments. Round your answer to the nearest cent
Business
High School
please answer the correct ans with stepsthank you so muchOn a given Hong Kong-Singapore flight, there are 300 seats. Suppose the ticket price is $450 and the number of passengers who reserve a seat but do not show up for departure is normally distributed with mean 40 and standard deviation 14. The net cost of an involuntary boarding denial (if the number of passengers exceeds the number of seats) is $900 (everything considered including the original ticket price). If you sell 350 tickets, what is the probability that you won't need to deal with bumped passengers? 57% 67% 16% 76% O 24%
Geography
High School
Very briefly distinguish between mitigation and adaptation as responses to climate change. What mitigation activity is required in order to limit warming to 1.5-2 degrees? (Reading Taylor, 2017 page 352 and page 354.)
History
High School
Choose five events related to Imperial Japan. The events must occur between the years of 1868 and 1945.Write a summary paragraph for each of the five chosen events. Each paragraph should answer these questions:What happened?Where did it happen?When did it happen?Why did it happen?Select an image to represent each event. Include the images on your timeline.Organize your illustrated timeline. You can do this in many ways. You could make it in a slideshow, a word processing document, or an online tool. Make sure it looks nice, is easy to read, and is checked for spelling and grammar!
Mathematics
High School
step by step please5. Find the most general antiderivative or indefinite integral. 1 1 a. f(x)= - 3 x3 b. f(x)=2 si = 2 sinx - 9 sec x
Mathematics
High School
You need to buy a computer system in 7 years for $40,000 and$30,000 in year 8. The interest rate is 6% in year7 and 7% in year8. How much do you set aside now to buy the system?
Business
High School
Indah Bumi Sdn. Bhd. is an engineering company that has five cost centres, where three centres are production departments while another two are service departments. Over the years, the company has use
Business
High School
in January2024, Summit Department Store sells a gift card for $130 and receives cash. In February 2024 the customer comes back and spends $100 of the gift card to purchase a water bottle. What is the financial statement effect of the sale of the gift card in January?multiple choice:a) Increase assets by $100, decrease liabilities by $30 and increase stockholders' equity by $130b) Increase assets by $130 and increase liabilities by $130c) Increase assets by $100, increase liabilities by $130, and decrease stockholders' equity by $30d) Increase assets by $130 and increase stockholders' equity by $130
Business
High School
What is the primary weakness of both mediation andconciliation?a. They are extremely expensiveb. They do not involve litigationc. They do not always lead to an outcomed. They are not adversarial
Business
High School
You are planning to buy a house in New Jersey. You put a 20%down payment, and 15-year mortgage rates are at 4.2% -Price of thehouse is $400,000.Calculate the 1st month interest payment.
Mathematics
High School
EXAM1-2 please show all the [4 pts.] Resuelva: (x-2y+z= 4 2x + y - 2z = 4 x + 3y 3z = 8 x+y-2z=3 . [4 pts.] Resuelva: x + y -2z = 3 2x-y + 3z = 5 x- 2y + 5z = 7
Business
High School
Question 2 (5 points) How can a good strategy make a difference in the success of a business. Give an practical example of a good decision/strategy that have made a huge impact on a company's success.
Computers And Technology
High School
23. which of the following is the first step in the router boot process? a. locate and load cisco ios b. load bootstrap c. locate and load router configuration file d. post
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