A sample containing 2.00 moles of Ne gas has an initial volume
of 9.00 L . What is the final volume of the gas, in liters, when
each of the following changes occurs in the quantity of the gas at
constant pressure and temperature?
A. A leak allows one-half of the Ne atoms to escape.
B. A sample of 3.30 moles of Ne is added to the 2.00 moles of Ne
gas in the container.
C. A sample of 15.0...

Research on new juvenile delinquents put on probation revealed
that 38% of them committed an-other crime.
a. What is the probability that of the last 100 new juvenile
delinquents put on probation, 30 or more will commit another
crime.
b. What is the probability that 40 or fewer of the delinquents will
commit another crime.
c. What is the probability that from 30 to 40 of the delinquents
will commit another crime.
Instruction:
Show all work. For each question (a)-(c)...

Principle company sponsors a Profit Sharing plan with a 15%
contribution using a standard allocation formula. Scott, the owner,
makes $200,000. Cindy, a long-term employee makes $100,000, and
Brian a new employee is making $60,000. How much does each employee
receive in their profit-sharing account?

An asset has an installed cost of $1 million, a life of 10
years, a CCA rate of 30% and a salvage value of $30,000. What is
the relevant present value of CCA tax shields from the lessee's
point of view, if the lessee's marginal tax rate is 40% and
borrowing cost is 12%?
Question 10 options:
$267,648
$306,919
$235,007
$311,748
$316,576

Problem 14.65. You want to get from point A to point B and then
back to A. To get from A to B there are 3 possible routes while to
get from B to A there are 4 possible routes. The time, in minutes,
to travel each route are:
Route
From A to B
From B to A
1
20
10
2
15
12
3
12
15
4
20
How many ways are there to complete the round trip?
If...

Apply Euler's method twice to approximate the solution of the
equation y'=y-x-1, y(0)=1 at x=0.5. Use h=0.1.
a.
y(0.5)=1.089
b.
y(0.5)=0.579
c.
y(0.5)=1.534
d.
y(0.5)=0.889

Sunland Inc. has conducted the following analysis related to its
product lines, using a traditional costing system (volume-based)
and an activity-based costing system. Both the traditional and the
activity-based costing systems include direct materials and direct
labor costs.
Total Costs
Products
Sales Revenue
Traditional
ABC
Product 540X
$200,000
$53,000
$47,100
Product 137Y
162,000
48,000
29,000
Product 249S
92,000
25,000
49,900
For each product line, compute operating income using the
traditional costing system.
Product 540X
$enter a dollar amount
Product 137Y...

tungsten diselenide, show your physics reasoning on why there is
a shift in the phonon mode as the thickness of the materials
reduces?
can someone please explain the physics reasoning of this
statement

Q1 . Assume Parent Co. owns 100% of Sub Co. The following
intercompany transactions occurred during the year: Parent loaned
SAR 500 to Sub.
Parent made a sale to Sub for SAR 400 cash. The inventory had
originally cost Parent SAR 250. Sub then sold that same inventory
to an outsider for SAR 500.
Required: What consolidation worksheet entries
would you make?
Q2. Distinguish between an upstream sale of
inventory and a downstream sale. Why is it important to know...

Discuss the different types of attachment assessed by the
“Strange Situation” and whether you think attachment patterns are
stable from childhood to adulthood.

1. Prove Thales’ Theorem: In a circle, if ∠ABC is an
inscribed angle and AC is a diameter, then
∠ABC is a right angle.

QUESTION 39
At a conscious level, Aaron doesn't think he's prejudiced. Yet
he automatically feels uncomfortable in situations in which he has
to interact with people of different races from his own. Aaron's
experience best illustrates the distinction between
A.
social identities and ingroup bias.
B.
blaming the victim and hindsight bias.
C.
explicit and implicit attitudes.
D.
social scripts and scapegoat theory.
QUESTION 40
Alexis is socially withdrawn and has few close friends. This
behavior is most likely to...

A race car rounds a curve at 53 m/s. The radius of the curve is
413 m, and the car's mass is 605 kg. (Assume the car's speed
remains constant. Take the radially inward direction to be
positive. Indicate the direction with the sign of your answer.)
(a) What is the car's (centripetal) acceleration?
m/s2
What is it in g's?
g
(b) What is the centripetal force acting on the car?
N

what is a parallel plate capacitor?

A bank just approved your small business loan for $20,000. The
loan has an interest rate of 9.0% and will be repaid with 10
end-of-year payments. What is the required annual loan payment?
a. $2,980.59
b. $3,116.40
c. $3,981.65
d. $4,271.33
e. $3,254.91
Halfway through the loan's life, what is the loan’s remaining
balance?
a. $17,513
b. $13,339
c. $15,288
d. $12,122
e. $11,901
What percentage of the total payments made during the first five
years will be made toward...

#1 The three charges are at the three vertices of a right
triangle as shown in the figure below.
q 1 = + 3.0 µC q 2 = - 3 .0 µC q 3 = - 2 .0 µC 1 µC = 10-6
Right Triangle: q1 to q2 = 5.0m/ q1 to q3 = 3.0m / q2 to q3 =
4.0m
Formulas: K = 9.0 X 10 9 N m2/ C2 Fx = F cos θ Fy = F sin...

6) A difference between preferred stock and bonds is:
A. preferred stock typically includes voting rights, bonds do
not
B. preferred stock has no maturity date, bonds do have a
maturity date.
C. both (A) and (B) are correct
D. none of the above.
7) In a secondary market:
A. investors trade with other investors
B. companies issue IPOs or SEOs
C. both A and B
D. none of the above
8) An advantage of buying a company’s bonds instead...

The critical path for the network activities shown below is
________ with duration ________.
Activity
Duration
Immediate
Predecessors
A
4
---
B
2
A
C
7
--
D
4
A
E
5
B,C,D

URGENT!! 30 MINUTES LEFT!! You have looked at the current
financial statements for Reigle Homes, Co. The company has an EBIT
of $3,090,000 this year. Depreciation, the increase in net working
capital, and capital spending were $237,000, $102,000, and
$475,000, respectively. You expect that over the next five years,
EBIT will grow at 18 percent per year, depreciation and capital
spending will grow at 23 percent per year, and NWC will grow at 13
percent per year. The company has...

Among first-year students enrolled in a two-year program at a
trade school, the following was determined to be true: 65% would
successfully complete the year and go on to the second year;
25% would repeat the year; and 10% would drop out of the
program. Among the second-year students, 85% would successfully
complete the year and graduate; 9% would repeat the year; and
6% would drop out of the program. In the long run, what
percentage of the second-year students...

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