Question

- Post your answer to one (1) of the following questions:
- What is a logarithm?
- If your employer asked you to select one of these
options:

Option 1: Your salary for the next two months will be $5,000.

Option 2: 1 penny for the first day; then, he will double your salary every day for the next two months.

Which would you pick and how much will your salary be at the end of the first month?

Directly and completely answer the question(s).

Clearly and accurately explain your answer based on factual information.

Include examples, illustrations and/or applications in your answer(s).

Answer #1

Use the following information to answer the next 3
questions: Otis just won the lottery and has been given
the choice of two payout options:
Option #1: He can receive $25,000 every six months for twenty
years.
Option #2: He can wait and receive $28,500 every six months for
twenty years with the first payment coming one and a half years
from now.
The appropriate discount rate is 13 percent compounded
semiannually.
What is the present value of Option #1?...

Unit 4
Discussion
Answer the following 2
questions in your main post:
What experience do you have with hypothesis testing? This can
be as simple as you were given an amount of money and had to
explain different ways to best utilize the money to make ends meet,
to as complicated as a professional issue that needed to be
solved.
Which testing method—one-sample or two-sample parameter
tests—is the better test to use to formulate an answer to a
hypothesis? Explain.

One of the biggest takeaways from studying economics is that
Incentives Matter. This week's board is about incentives. Imagine
that you are the owner of a day-care center and that parents
consistently pick their children up late. Your clearly stated
policy is that children are supposed to be picked up by 5:30 pm.
This makes pick-up time uncomfortable for all involved. A couple of
economists who heard of this dilemma suggested a simple solution:
penalize the tardy parents with a...

#1
I post this topic twice, please DO NOT ANSWER if you
already answered first one and you cant make it unique. Don't copy
from any website, need your own word. Thanks
Discussion: Monkey Helpers
What to do:
Visit the site monkeyhelper.org. and discuss
the ethical implications and complications of using monkeys to help
disabled humans as you see it.
Please also reply to at one other student's post.
Please complete all posts by Sunday, 3-11 @ 5
pm, No...

Post-lab questions for Part 1 (DNA Isolation):
Answer the following questions:
Using the simulation as a guide but using your own words to
explain the procedure, answer the following:
How were the cheek cells collected from the “person” in the
simulation?
What had to happen to the cheek cells in order to release the
DNA from the nucleus of the cells?
After adding salts to the solution, it needed to be
centrifuged. What happened during the centrifugation step?
Isopropyl alcohol...

Read the case study below and answer the following questions in
your response (do not look at anyone else's response). This is your
first post that is due by 11/5 at 11:59 p.m. Your second post is to
reply to one of your classmate's post and either agree or disagree
with their diagnosis: A 35-year-old immunocompromised woman has
come to the ER complaining of chest pains, a high fever, and a
nasty cough that contains blood. As you finish up...

PLEASE ANSWER ALL, I am unable to post individually.
Dont not answer, and request to post the remaining separately.
Thank you !
2.Your aunt is planning to invest in a bank CD that will pay 7.0
percent interest semiannually. If she has $13,000 to invest, how
much will she have at the end of four years?
3.Lisa Anderson received a graduation present of $1,000 that she
is planning on investing in a mutual fund that earns 14.00 percent
each year....

Use the following information to answer the next four
questions.
An investor purchases a newly issued TIPS bond with an original
principal of $107,000, an 8 percent coupon rate, and 15 years to
maturity on January 1, 2014. Suppose that inflation over the first
six months after purchasing the bond is .3 percent.
1. What is the inflation-adjusted principal at the end of the
first six month period?
2. Calculate the value of the first coupon payment. Round your
final...

1. Answer the following questions and justify your
answer.
a. Given any set S of 6 natural numbers, must there be
two numbers in S that have the same remainder when divided by
8?
b. Given any set S of 10 natural
numbers, must there be two numbers in S that have the same
remainder when divided by 8?
c. Let S be a finite set of natural numbers. How big
does S have to be at least so that...

Objective: Answer the following questions with reference to the
relevant common law and equity principles operating in Australia
concerning contracts plus related and other transactions. Do not
consider the effects of legislation potentially applicable other
than that specifica lly identified. Students may make whatever
additional factual and/or legal assumptions are necessary or
convenien Question: Graphic Advertising Pty L td , a small
advertising business, employed Renee , a single mother of two, on a
three year contract as a photo...

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