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Lenmar G.

Algebra

3 minutes ago

The Armstrongs wish to establish a custodial account to finance their children's education. If they deposit $240 monthly for 10 years in a savings. account paying 4%/year compounded continuously, how much will their savings account be worth at the end of this period? (Round your answer to two decimal places.)

Nasiya (.

Geometry

10 minutes ago

Graph ?RST with vertices R(4, 1), S(7, 3), and T(6, 4) and its image after the glide reflection. y=x

Aiyana D.

Chemistry 101

16 minutes ago

2-Pentanol is chiral but 3-pentanol is not. Explain.

Mitchell M.

Calculus 1 / AB

19 minutes ago

find the absolute extrema f(x)=x+[1/x] on [0.2,4] please explain and show in detail.

Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

28 minutes ago

The phone company Ringular has a monthly plan where a customer pays a flat monthly fee and then a certain amount of money per minute used on the phone. If a customer uses 140 minutes, the monthly cost will be $56. If the customer uses 650 minutes, the monthly cost will be $183.5.

Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

30 minutes ago

A town's population has been growing linearly. In 2003 the population was 52,000. The population has been growing by 2700 people each year. Write an equation for the population, P, x years after 2003.

Mitchell M.

Calculus 1 / AB

31 minutes ago

find the "absolute extrema" f(x)=x+1/x on [0.2,4] please explain every step of the way in detail.

Jerome P.

Principles of Accounting

31 minutes ago

Old machine sale price is $35,000 representing its book value. If kept, the company would continue to claim depreciation of $6,000 per year for the next five years at which point the machine would not be serviceable and would be sold for $5,000 as scrap. If the entity elects to keep the machine and repair, it would require $28,000 to be spent immediately and $7,000 in regular maintenance in each of the five years. in year three, the machine would require another investment of $4,000for a lager scheduled service. New machine under consideration was a super plus 2021, which offered an increase in capacity of 40 per cent. this was probably in excess of the entity needs, although the business would make some use of it. Also, the new machine allowed the possibility of obtaining some custom work for a specialist wood crafter. the new machine cost $140,000and the tax office allowed straight line depreciation of 10 percent per annun. After five years, the entity would sell the super plus 2021 for $60,000. Given that the company selling the machine to the entity in a very competitive market, it was willing to negotiate on the terms of a maintenance plan. The seller offered fixed pricing starting $2,000 in the first year, increasing by $1,000 per year (payable per year end). To fund the purchase, Magic bank offered a 6 percent per annun loan to be repaid as interest only payments for five years period. Given the technological advancement of the super plus 2021 over the super plus 2021, the entity expected that she achieve significant savings in both labor and electricity. For labour, in the first year, the entity forcasted 10 percent cost reduction (the existing rate was $30 per hour), based on a 35-hour week year. this labor saving would then increase by a fixed $250 each year for electricity, in the first year. this labor saving was expected to be 10 percent as well. Electricity costs averaged $5.625 per hour, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in a 50-week year. this electricity saving would then increase by a fixed $75 each year. Using the NPV analisis, advise the entity as to whether or not to purchase the super plus 2021 machine. The tax rate applicable to the entity is 35%. Cost of capital is 11%

Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

32 minutes ago

A town's population has been growing linearly. In 2003 the population was 32,000. The population has been growing by 1700 people each year. Write an equation for the population, P, x years after 2003.

Kate C.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

32 minutes ago

A correlation matrix is given as 0.63 ~0.01 0.41 0.63 0.35 0.41 ~0.01 0.335 0.43 0.41 0.41 0.43 The eigenvalues are 2.1452, 1.0516, 0.5613 and 0.2419. Assume a 1-factor model Calculate the loading matrix L and matrix of specific variances Y using the principal component method. ji. Calculate the communalities, variances explained and proportions of variances explained by the factor_ iii. Based on the regression method, calculate the coefficients for determining the factor score and estimate the factor score for the following centered values ofan observation: ZI Z2 Z3 Z4

Mitchell M.

Calculus 1 / AB

32 minutes ago

find the "absolute extrema" f(x)=x+1/x on [0.2,4]

Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

34 minutes ago

Suppose that the world's current reserves is R = 2060 billion barrels. If, on average, the total reserves is decreasing by 15 billion barrels of oil each year, snswer the following

Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

34 minutes ago

Suppose that the world's current reserves is R = 2060 billion barrels. If, on average, the total reserves is decreasing by 15 billion barrels of oil each year, snswer the following

Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

34 minutes ago

Suppose that the world's current reserves is R = 2060 billion barrels. If, on average, the total reserves is decreasing by 15 billion barrels of oil each year, snswer the following

Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

36 minutes ago

Last year, Pinwheel industries introduced a new toy. It cost $1600 to develop the toy and $10 to manufacture each toy. Fill in the blanks below as appropriate

Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

38 minutes ago

Sketch a graph of y = 1/2x +1

Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

39 minutes ago

Evaluate the expression

Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

40 minutes ago

I need help with this one please

Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

40 minutes ago

Simplify the expression completely

Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

41 minutes ago

Simplify the expression completely

Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

41 minutes ago

Simplify the expression completely, using only one exponent in your answer

Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

42 minutes ago

Simplify the expression completely, using only one exponent in your answer

Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

43 minutes ago

Simplify the expression completely

Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

44 minutes ago

Solve each of the given compound inequalities. Enter your answers using interval notation

Matthew S.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

44 minutes ago

Solve each of the given compound inequalities. Enter your answers using interval notation

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