So you make the ratio: This would be read as "300 mgs is to 2 ccs as 200 mgs is to ccs" ( is the unknown we are solving for).
208341 Solubility Solubility MgS ? Insoluble Ca(OH)2 ? Insoluble Ba(NO3)2 ? Soluble CaSO4 ? Soluble (NH4)2CrO4 ? Soluble Predicting solubility of given compounds in water at room temperature
Supplies expense(=2800-650) 2150 Supplies 2150 5. Insurance expense 300 Prepaid insurance 300
By linear interpolation we can get IRR Present Values at Various Rates for Project L Year Cash Flows 13 14 15 16 0 -2150 -2150 -2150 -2150 -2150 1
Then, R cos 150*cos1750 + 270*cos 2150 = -370.6 mi R sin 150*sin1750 + 270*sin 2150 = -141.79 mi Therefore, R = Angle Vectors are added using trigonometry.
So average variable cost for each copy is AVC=VC/Q=2150/1000=2.15 Thus, the linear cost function is TC=FC+VC=525+2.15Q b) in order to break even, the total revenue should equal the total cost: i.e.
If the discount rate where 6.4%, then the present value of these cash flows would be: 150/1.064 + 2150/1.064^2 = $2,040.10 Since this is not equal to $2,000, then we can say that the IRR is NOT 6.4% Let's try with 7.5%: 150/1.075 + 2150/1.075
2150 Genetic makeup is discussed. Genetic makeup is discussed. Basically this individual would be referred to as a double homozygote as it is homozygous for both gene A and B. Recessive for gene A and dominant for gene B.
The net worth (equity) will therefore be ((550+2150) - 0 = 2700).
Additional Martian data resources: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/mgs//sci/msss27Sept04/press-rel1.html http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/mgs// Solution: a) This problem can be solved using a semi-infinite solid with a transient temperature chart.