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  • Waiting for answer Complete course

    Hello,  I'm looking for someone who can help with the COMPLETE course of College Mathematics. It is five weeks worth of work.

  • Waiting for answer Prepare a report that summarizes the housing market in South...

    Gulf Real Estate Properties, Inc. is a real estate firm located in southwest Florida. The company, which advertises itself as an “expert in the real estate market,” monitors condominium sales by collecting data on location, list price, sale price, and the number of days it takes to sell each unit. E...

  • Waiting for answer Math 221 Intro to Algebra Week 1 DQ 1

    Read the following instructions in order to complete this discussion, and review the example  of how to complete the math required for this assignment: Write your birth date or the birth date of someone in your family as mm/dd/yy. (Example: March 13, 1981 is written 3/13/81, and November 7, 1967 is...

  • Waiting for answer Math 221 Intro to Algebra Week 1 DQ 1

    Read the following instructions in order to complete this discussion, and review the example  of how to complete the math required for this assignment: Write your birth date or the birth date of someone in your family as mm/dd/yy. (Example: March 13, 1981 is written 3/13/81, and November 7, 1967 is...

  • Waiting for answer for michelle lewis only

    Explain a method for solving a logarithmic equation such as log2 (3x + 1) = 3 algebraically. How can you use technology (like Desmos or Microsoft® Excel) to solve this? 60 words How can you use a calculator to evaluate the log5 64? 60 words and use examples Why is zero excluded from the domain of a...

  • Waiting for answer Bank Accounts We are all used to the conveniences that come...

    Bank Accounts We are all used to the conveniences that come with modern banking. We can have our salary paid directly in our bank account, pay our bills online and pay for purchases with a cash card. This week you are learning about one of the most basic services that a bank offers: the checking ac...

  • Waiting for answer Matrices + Linear/Vector

    https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/05/11/ass2-2017-s1/ass2-2017-s1.pdf Let me know if anyone can do this.

  • Waiting for answer What should be the re-order point? How many HP laser printer...

    Kyle Bits and Bytes, a retailer of computing products sells a variety of computer-related products. One of Kyle’s most popular products is an HP laser printer. The average weekly demand is 200 units. Lead time (lead time is defined as the amount of time between when the order is placed and when it i...

  • Waiting for answer Analysis of Biostatistical Article

    Analysis of Biostatistical Article Identify a peer-reviewed article from the South University Online Library that presents statistical analysis of a pertinent topic of public health interest or importance. Article attached. Provide a link to this article and give a brief summary of the article, inc...

  • Waiting for answer The ball game took in $1,630 one Saturday. The number of $12...

    The ball game took in $1,630 one Saturday. The number of $12 adult tickets was 15 more than twice the number of $5 child tickets. How many of each were sold?

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    Maximizing Revenue ---- Part I  The marketing department at Gadgets Galore has found that when certain iPods are sold at a price of p dollars per unit, the revenue R (in dollars) as a function of the price p can be demonstrated by the function given in the graph below. PART II: Maximizing Revenue (C...

  • Answered MATH 1314 ASAP

    The John Deere Company has found that the revenue from sales of heavy-duty tractors is a function of the unit price p that it charges. If the revenue R is R(p) = – 0.5p2 + 1900p , what unit price p should be charged to maximize revenue? What is the maximum revenue? What recommendations would you giv...

  • Waiting for answer Module 06 Assignment - Problems

    Fill in your calculations and answers and then save the completed worksheet as a Word document. Show all work and calculations 

  • Waiting for answer Sweet treats ice cream shop has commissioned a local artist...

    Sweet treats ice cream shop has commissioned a local artist to create a concrete sculpture that will be displayed in front of the shop. The sculpture is composed of a hemisphere and a cone. The total height of the sculpture is 24 feet. The radius of the cone is 6 feet

  • Answered Math

    What is 12 x 36

  • Waiting for answer 5 extra credit questions due at midnight all various types o...

    (20 pts) A certain medicine is said to be effective in giving relief to people with allergic reactions to cats and dogs. A vet believes this claims is too high. In a random sample of people with allergies, people got relief. Is the vet correct at ? (a) State the hypotheses:   TheChoose:sample...

  • Waiting for answer Suppose you are told that a 95% confidence interval for the...

    Suppose you are told that a 95% confidence interval for the average price of a gallon of regular gasoline in your state is from $3.07 to $3.81. Use the fact that the confidence interval for the mean is in the form x − E to x + E to compute the sample mean and the maximal margin of error E. (Round yo...

  • Waiting for answer for michelle lewis only

    Question 1 Percent and Percent change Choose your favorite company or brand and do a Google search for that company and “stock price history.”  For example, Graham Holdings is the parent company for Kaplan University, so enter “graham holdings stock price history” to find the price history for that...

  • Waiting for answer Suppose you are told that a 95% confidence interval for the...

    Suppose you are told that a 95% confidence interval for the average price of a gallon of regular gasoline in your state is from $3.07 to $3.81. Use the fact that the confidence interval for the mean is in the form x − E to x + E to compute the sample mean and the maximal margin of error E. (Round yo...

  • Answered quiz-w6

    Answer the following questions covering materials from previous chapters in your textbook. Each question is worth 2.5 points. 1.       A telephone survey uses a random digit dialing machine to call subjects. The random digit dialing machine is expected to reach a live person 15% of the time. In eigh...

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