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    Convert values between Decimal, Binary, and Hexadecimal Numbers

    Demonstrate how to convert values between decimal, binary, and hexadecimal numbers. Problem: Using the following table, convert the defined value into the correct value for the corresponding number system: Line Decimal Binary Hexadecimal 1 2678 2 8FC 3

    Affect Walton's Current Ratio, Quick Ratio & Working Capital

    As of December 31, 2010, Walton Corporation had a current ratio of 1.84, quick ratio of 1.45, and working capital of $18,000. The company uses a perpetual inventory system and sells merchandise for more than it cost. Indicate how the given transaction, if it occurred in January 2011, would affect Walton's current ratio, quick ra

    Determine if I should buy insurance

    You live near a river that is prone to flooding, so you are considering purchasing flood insurance at $150 per year. You look at storm patterns over the past tenyears and estimate the yearly chance of minor flood damage (approximately $1000 damage) to be 0.01. The chance of moderate damage (approximately $5000 damage) is estimat


    (1.) An apple pie is removed from a 350 degree oven. The temperature of the pie t minutes after being reemoved is given by the function: T(t) = 72+268e -0.086t. Determine the time(in minutes) required for the pie to cool to a temperature of 115 degrees Fahrenheit. Answer accurate to two decimal points.. (2.) A ball is tosse

    Finance charge, Yearly rate of interest on a loan, Annual percentage rate

    Please show step by step solutions. 1. A copier that originally cost $300 was sold on the installment plan as $28 per month for 12 months. Find the installment price if no down payment was made. Find the finance charge. 2. Find the yearly rate of interest on a loan if the monthly rate is 2%. 3. Office equipment was p


    Which asset would the risk-averse financial manger prefer? Asset A B C D Pessimistic 8% 5% 3% 11% Most Likely 12% 12% 12% 12% Optimistic 14%


    1)Solve the following equations algebraically. You must show all your work 2)Solve algebraically and check your potential solutions: 3)The volume of a cube is given by V = s3, where s is the length of a side. Find the length of a side of a cube if the volume is 800 cm3. Round the answer to three decimal places 4)For the fol

    Percentage of People Out to Dinner

    Must show and explain your work as best you can with the keyboard even if it is a one-step process. When 1200 people were asked how often they went out to dinner. 200 said never 410 said two to three times a month 340 said less than once a month 250 sa

    Step-by-Step Example of Using Order of Operations

    Answer had been provided for two problems, however I need to see step by step how the answer was arrived at. Please don't assume that I know how to calculate certain steps because I do not, please show all steps (see attached).

    Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

    1) Solve algebraically. Trial and error is not an appropriate method of solution. You must show all your work. Learn how to type math roots and fractions by clicking on the link in the assignment list. Alternately, you may type as cuberoot(x) and show raising to the nth power as ^n, like x 3 is typed x^3. a) An

    Break even Problems

    1) Harold operates a hot dog stand at the Jugulars football games. He pays $2000 per game to rent the space. Each hot dog (with bun and condiments) costs him $0.33, and he sells hot dogs for $3 each. If he sells 1200 hot dogs per game, how much profit will he make? 2) Harold (from problem 1) just read about a new hot

    Converting Precentages to fractions to the lowest terms

    Please explain to me how to convert functions to percentages. Also, assist with these problems by converting to a percentage: 17. 7/10= 18. 37/50= 19. 1/2= 20. 18/25= 21. 0.41= 22. 0.03= 23. 0.74= 24. 0.92= 25. 123/300= 26. 15/20= 27. 31/20= 28.1/10= 29. 0.67= 30. 4.10= 31. 0.8= 32. 0.137=

    MTH133 Unit 5 IP

    I am having trouble figuring out how to complete some of my assignment. I do not understand how to complete #8. Thank you for your help in advance. MTH133 Units 3-5 - Individual Project - B Name: 1) Solve algebraically. Trial and error is not an appropriate method of solution. You must show all your work. Learn

    Fractions and Geometry to Justify Answers

    1. Find the best buy on pasta sauce (1 qt is 32 oz). Justify your answer. 1 qt for $1.29 45 oz for $1.59 48 oz for $1.79 1 qt 16 oz for $1.99 2. A restaurant has 8 tables and 17 booths. Write the ratio of booths to tables as a fraction. 3. A computer transmits 25 Web pages in 2 seconds (s) to a Web server. A sec

    calculates the weight of Quick Bramble Jelly

    Delia lives Quick Bramble Jelly. She mixes together equal weights of blackberries and sugar (and nothing else). She boils them together to evaporate off some of the water. Using the information below, calculate the weight of Quck Bramble Jelly she can make from 14kg of blackberries Food Percentage water (by we

    Math 115 CP week 7

    I am lost when it comes to these math problems. Can you please explain in detail how to find the solutions to these problems? 1) Find the complement of 2) Subtract. 8 gal 1 qt - 3 gal 2 qt 3) Label the triangle as equilateral, isosceles, or scalene. 4) Write 30% as a fraction 5) Write as

    Fractions and Percentages Problems

    1) A new car depreciates an average of 22% in its first year of use. If the car was worth $16,000 when it was new, what will the car be worth after 1 year? 2) A state sales tax rate is 4.8%. If the tax on a purchase was $23.76, what was the price of the purchase? 3) Ms. Jefferson has been given a loan of $20,000 for 1 year

    Probability Percentages

    On standard IQ tests, the mean is 100, with a standard deviation of 15. The results are very close to fitting a normal curve. Suppose an IQ test is given to a very large group of people. Find the percent of those people whose IQ scores are as follows. More than 130 Less than 85 Between 85 and 115

    Mathematics - Calculate Monthly Loan Repayment

    Assume that the average loan on a home is quoted to be $55,000.00. Calculate the monthly repayment necessary to have the loan repaid after 25 years if the interest rate is 7.5%. What is the total amount paid back on the loan?

    Systems of Equations and Inequalities Problems

    See the attached file. In exercise 44 and 46, let x represent one number and let y represent the other number. Use the given conditions to write a system of equations. Solve the system and find the numbers. 44) The sum of two numbers is 2. If one number is subtracted from the other, their difference is 8. Find the numbers.

    Toxic pollutants annual costs

    Toxic pollutants. The annual cost in dollars for removing p% of the toxic chemicals from a town's water supply is given by the formula C(p)= 500,000/100-p . a) Use the accompanying graph to estimate the cost for removing 90% and 95% of the toxic chemicals. b) Use the formula to find C(99.5) and C(99.9). c) What happens t

    Equations with Fractions

    1- 7r = -14 12 2- 1s . 7 = 4s 3 9 3 3- v -4(4-v)=-2(2v-1) 4- 9-2m =19 7 5- 3(x-0.87)-2x=4.98 6- x - x =5 2 3 7- 1k +5 = 1k -10 15 6 8- 0.5b+3.4=0.2b+12.4 9- 6x+3=-7-5x 10- 3-3(5-x)=0

    annual percentage yield

    1. For the following problems, determine how many years it will take for the two accounts to reach the same amount. A 1000 dollar investment at a rate of 3% compounded monthly and an 1100 dollar investment at a rate of 3.02% compounded annually. A 2000 dollar investment at a rate of 4% compounded continuously and a 3000 doll

    Find and label the vertex and the line of symmetry.

    1.Find and label the vertex and the line of symmetry. F(x)=(x+1)^2 Vertex = Line of symmetry is x= 3. The length of a rectangle is twice the width. The area is 648 yd^2. Find the length and the width. Length = Width = 4. Find and label the vertex and the line of symmetry. F(x)= 1/4x^2 Vertex = Line of symmetry = 5

    Express probability as a fraction, decimal, and percent

    The following problem is probably something I didn't pay attention to in 4th grade. I need a teacher type explanation of how to go about breaking it down. I've tried to have friends help me, but the material is sooooo long ago for them and they know it in their heads that they can not offer a good explanation. I need this materi

    Solving equations

    Please see attached for the complete details of the given problems: Week 3 MTH/209 COLLEGE MATHEMATICS II IE3

    Basic Algeabra And Triangle Geometry

    Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems. Ch6-1 Provide the following: a. Write 40% as a decimal. b. Write 0.21 as a percent. a. ___________ b. ___________ 2 If $7,800 is deposited into an account paying 6% interest compounded annually (at the end of each year), how much money is in the account after

    Want to sum the series n!/(n+m)! for m>= 2 and n =0 to infinity.

    I want to sum the series n!/(n+m)! for m>= 2 and n =0 to infinity. I have looked at the sum of these series for m=2,3,4 and noticed that the numerator changes for each m but the denominator becomes (m+n)!. Also I canceled out the n! when factoring n! and (n+m)! to get 1/((n+1)(n+2)...(n+m)) but I am stuck. Any Ideas would be gr