• ### The price of cigars is \$10, with a quantity demanded of 1,000 per day.?

The price of cigars is \$10, with a quantity demanded of 1,000 per day. If the price increases to \$12, the quantity demanded declines to 800 per day. What is the absolute value of elasticity of demand? The correct answer is 1.22 , but how do you do the math to get the answer?
The price of cigars is \$10, with a quantity demanded of 1,000 per day. If the price increases to \$12, the quantity demanded declines to 800 per day. What is the absolute value of elasticity of demand? The correct answer is 1.22 , but how do you do the math to get the answer?
2 answers · Economics · 1 month ago
• ### Suppose a monopolist producing self‑cleaning jackets can sell 20 jackets at \$100 and 21 jackets at \$98?

Suppose a monopolist producing self‑cleaning jackets can sell 20 jackets at \$100 and 21 jackets at \$98 . The monopolist is unable to price discriminate, so in order to sell a total of 21 jackets, the price per jacket must be \$98 . When charging \$100 per jacket, total revenue is? When charging \$98 per jacket, total revenue is \$ So... show more
Suppose a monopolist producing self‑cleaning jackets can sell 20 jackets at \$100 and 21 jackets at \$98 . The monopolist is unable to price discriminate, so in order to sell a total of 21 jackets, the price per jacket must be \$98 . When charging \$100 per jacket, total revenue is? When charging \$98 per jacket, total revenue is \$ So the marginal revenue of selling the 21 st jacket is \$ In the case of any firm facing a downward sloping demand curve, marginal revenue is always equal to price. less than price. more than price.
1 answer · Economics · 2 months ago
• ### Suppose that the price of a coffee table is \$85/table. Jim-Bob will sell 100 coffee tables at the flea market this month.?

Suppose that the price of a coffee table is \$85/table. Jim-Bob will sell 100 coffee tables at the flea market this month. It costs Jim-Bob \$50 in materials and supplies to make each coffee table and \$150/month to rent space at the flea market. These are all of Jim-Bob's costs. How much will Jim-Bob make in total revenue this month? Do not round... show more
Suppose that the price of a coffee table is \$85/table. Jim-Bob will sell 100 coffee tables at the flea market this month. It costs Jim-Bob \$50 in materials and supplies to make each coffee table and \$150/month to rent space at the flea market. These are all of Jim-Bob's costs. How much will Jim-Bob make in total revenue this month? Do not round your answer. \$ How much profit will Jim-Bob make at the flea market this month? Do not round your answer. \$
5 answers · Mathematics · 3 months ago
• ### Statistics problem help?

A certain chromosome defect occurs in only 1 in 190 adult Caucasian males. A random sample of n = 100 adult Caucasian males is to be obtained. (a) What is the mean value of the sample proportion p̂, and what is the standard deviation of the sample proportion? (Enter your mean as an exact integer, fraction, or decimal. Round your standard deviation... show more
A certain chromosome defect occurs in only 1 in 190 adult Caucasian males. A random sample of n = 100 adult Caucasian males is to be obtained. (a) What is the mean value of the sample proportion p̂, and what is the standard deviation of the sample proportion? (Enter your mean as an exact integer, fraction, or decimal. Round your standard deviation to five decimal places.) mean: ________ standard deviation: ________
2 answers · Mathematics · 10 months ago
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Suppose our Sun eventually collapses into a white dwarf, in the process losing about three fourths of its mass and winding up with a radius 3.0 percent of its existing radius. What would its new rotation rate be? (Take the Sun's current period to be about 30 days.) ___rad/s What would be its final KE in terms of its initial KE of today?... show more
Suppose our Sun eventually collapses into a white dwarf, in the process losing about three fourths of its mass and winding up with a radius 3.0 percent of its existing radius. What would its new rotation rate be? (Take the Sun's current period to be about 30 days.) ___rad/s What would be its final KE in terms of its initial KE of today? (KEfinal / KEinitial) = ______
1 answer · Physics · 10 months ago
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A sample consisting of four pieces of luggage was selected from among those checked at an airline counter, yielding the following data on x = weight (in pounds). x1 = 33.1, x2 = 27.2, x3 = 36.1, x4 = 30.4 Suppose that one more piece is selected and denote its weight by x5. Find all possible values of x5 , such that x = sample median. (Enter... show more
A sample consisting of four pieces of luggage was selected from among those checked at an airline counter, yielding the following data on x = weight (in pounds). x1 = 33.1, x2 = 27.2, x3 = 36.1, x4 = 30.4 Suppose that one more piece is selected and denote its weight by x5. Find all possible values of x5 , such that x = sample median. (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list.)
5 answers · Mathematics · 10 months ago
• ### How to find the second car's speed? I have the first car.?

One car has two and a half times the mass of a second car, but only half as much kinetic energy. When both cars increase their speed by 8.5 m/s, they then have the same kinetic energy. What were the original speeds of the two cars? first car: 7.62 m/s <--- correct answer second car : ___m/s
One car has two and a half times the mass of a second car, but only half as much kinetic energy. When both cars increase their speed by 8.5 m/s, they then have the same kinetic energy. What were the original speeds of the two cars? first car: 7.62 m/s <--- correct answer second car : ___m/s
2 answers · Physics · 10 months ago
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Suppose the roller coaster in the figure below (h1 = 39 m, h2 = 12 m, h3 = 30) passes point 1 with a speed of 1.90 m/s. If the average force of friction is equal to one third of its weight, with what speed will it reach point 2? The distance traveled is 55.0 m.
Suppose the roller coaster in the figure below (h1 = 39 m, h2 = 12 m, h3 = 30) passes point 1 with a speed of 1.90 m/s. If the average force of friction is equal to one third of its weight, with what speed will it reach point 2? The distance traveled is 55.0 m.
2 answers · Physics · 10 months ago
• ### How to solve for variation and standard deviation?

The following data are costs (in cents) per ounce for nine different brands of sliced Swiss cheese. 28 62 38 42 70 84 46 53 49 (a) Compute the variance for this data set. (Round your answer to three decimal places.) Compute the standard deviation for this data set. (Round your answer to three decimal places.)
The following data are costs (in cents) per ounce for nine different brands of sliced Swiss cheese. 28 62 38 42 70 84 46 53 49 (a) Compute the variance for this data set. (Round your answer to three decimal places.) Compute the standard deviation for this data set. (Round your answer to three decimal places.)
2 answers · Mathematics · 11 months ago
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2 answers · Chemistry · 11 months ago
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At what rate must the cylindrical spaceship of the figure below rotate if occupants are to experience simulated gravity of 0.80g? Assume the spaceship's diameter is 30 m, and give your answer as the time needed for one revolution.
At what rate must the cylindrical spaceship of the figure below rotate if occupants are to experience simulated gravity of 0.80g? Assume the spaceship's diameter is 30 m, and give your answer as the time needed for one revolution.
3 answers · Physics · 11 months ago
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How large must the coefficient of static friction be between the tires and the road if a car is to round a level curve of radius 86 m at a speed of 88 km/h?
How large must the coefficient of static friction be between the tires and the road if a car is to round a level curve of radius 86 m at a speed of 88 km/h?
2 answers · Physics · 11 months ago
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(a) Given the vectors A and B shown in the figure above (A = 56.0 and θ = 57.0°), determine B - A. Magnitude _____ Direction ____ ° (counterclockwise from the +x axis is positive) (b) Determine A - B without using your answer in (a). Magnitude Direction _____ ° (counterclockwise from the +x axis is positive) (Compare your results... show more
(a) Given the vectors A and B shown in the figure above (A = 56.0 and θ = 57.0°), determine B - A. Magnitude _____ Direction ____ ° (counterclockwise from the +x axis is positive) (b) Determine A - B without using your answer in (a). Magnitude Direction _____ ° (counterclockwise from the +x axis is positive) (Compare your results and see if they are opposite.)
1 answer · Physics · 11 months ago
• ### A ball thrown horizontally at 22.0 m/s from the roof of a building lands 30.0 m from the base of the building. How high is the building?

4 answers · Physics · 11 months ago
• ### A person driving her car at 54 km/h approaches an intersection just as the traffic light turns yellow.?

She knows that the yellow light lasts only 2.0 s before turning to red, and she is 30 m away from the near side of the intersection. The intersection is 15 m wide. Her car's maximum deceleration is -5.0 m/s2, whereas it can accelerate from 54 km/h to 70 km/h in 4.8 s. Ignore the length of her car and her reaction time. If she hits the brakes,... show more
She knows that the yellow light lasts only 2.0 s before turning to red, and she is 30 m away from the near side of the intersection. The intersection is 15 m wide. Her car's maximum deceleration is -5.0 m/s2, whereas it can accelerate from 54 km/h to 70 km/h in 4.8 s. Ignore the length of her car and her reaction time. If she hits the brakes, how far will she travel before stopping? _____ m If she hits the gas instead, how far will she travel before the light turns red? _______m
2 answers · Physics · 11 months ago
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How many micrometers are in 5.28 × 10–5 meters? How many nanoliters are in 3.96 × 10–10 liters? How many kilovolts are in 6.19 × 105 volts?
How many micrometers are in 5.28 × 10–5 meters? How many nanoliters are in 3.96 × 10–10 liters? How many kilovolts are in 6.19 × 105 volts?
6 answers · Mathematics · 11 months ago
• ### How many picograms are in 2.68 × 10–11 grams?

1 answer · Chemistry · 11 months ago
• ### A horse canters away from its trainer in a straight line, moving 130 m away in 20.0 s.?

It then turns abruptly and gallops halfway back in 5.3 s. (a) Calculate its average speed. _____ m/s (b) Calculate its average velocity for the entire trip, using "away from the trainer" as the positive direction. _____ m/s
It then turns abruptly and gallops halfway back in 5.3 s. (a) Calculate its average speed. _____ m/s (b) Calculate its average velocity for the entire trip, using "away from the trainer" as the positive direction. _____ m/s
1 answer · Physics · 11 months ago