1. Suppose that the price of peanut butter is $2 per jar and the price of jam is $4 per jar, and that the person in question consumes only peanut butter. (Assume that the person views both peanut butter and jam as goods.) a. What can you say about the number of jars of peanut butter that this person is willing to give up to get one jar of jam (i.e., the MRS) relative to the price ratio (Pjam/Ppb)? b....
Production Budget and Direct Materials Purchases Budgets Peanut-Fresh Inc. produces all-natural organic peanut butter. The peanut butter is sold in 12-ounce jars. The sales budget for the first four months of the year is as follows: Unit Sales Dollar Sales ($) January 48,000 100,800 February 46,000 96,600 March 55,000 121,000 April 58,000 125,200 Company policy requires that ending inventories for each month be 20% of next month's sales. At the beginning of January, the inventory of peanut butter is 14,500...
Production Budget and Direct Materials Purchases Budgets Peanut Land Inc. produces all-natural organic peanut butter. The peanut butter is sold in 12-ounce jars. The sales budget for the first four months of the year is as follows: Unit Sales Dollar Sales ($) January 40,000 72,000 February 45,000 81,000 March 60,000 108,000 April 42,000 75,600 Company policy requires that ending inventories for each month be 20% of next month's sales. At the beginning of January, the inventory of peanut butter is...
To loosen the cap of a peanut butter jar requires a moment about the z axis of 50 in.middot Ib. If F_B has the x, y and z direction cosines 6/11, 6/11, and 7/11, respectively, and the forces F_A and F_B are a couple, determine the magnitude of F_B needed to loosen the cap.
A cookie jar contains 3 chocolate-chip, 2 peanut butter, 1 lemon, 1 almond, and 5 raisin cookies.a) In how many ways can you select some cookies, if you must include at least one chocolate-chip cookie.Please please please.. reply back asap.. i am totally confused with combinations. help!
5. Dave earns $3 per week. He buys only two goods: peanut butter (S0.05 per ounce) and jelly ($0.10 per ounce). Bread is provided free of charge by Dave's parents. Dave is very picky and only eats a peanut butter sandwich if has exactly 1 ounce of jelly and 2 ounces of peanut butter. How many ounces of Jelly and Peanut Butter will Dave buy each week? A. 10 Jelly and 20 Peanut Butter B. 20 Jelly and 20 Peanut...
Stoichiometry of Peanut Butter Cookies (Part II) 1 c PB + 7.1 oz C12H22O" + legg + 5mLC110) → 18cookies If you have the following ingredients in your kitchen, how many cookies can you make? 5 cups of peanut butter 7 eggs 3 lbs C12H220u (sugar) 20 mL CsHsOs (vanilla) There is enough peanut butter to makecookies There are enough eggs to make cookies There is enough sugar to make cookies. (I lb - 16 0z) cookies There is enough...
1) Blueberry high-fiber muffins contain 56 % dietary fiber. If a package with a net weight of 12 oz contains six muffins, how many grams of fiber are in each muffin? Express your answer to two significant figures. 2) A jar of crunchy peanut butter contains 1.11 kg of peanut butter. If you use 6.0 % of the peanut butter for a sandwich, how many ounces of peanut butter did you take out of the container? Express your answer to...
5. Sally likes peanut butter and jelly together in her sandwiches. However, Sally is very particular about the proportions of peanut butter and jelly. Specifically, Sally likes 2 scoops of jelly with each 1 scoop of peanut butter. The cost of "scoops" of peanut butter and jelly are $0.50 and $0.20, respectively. Sally has $9 each week to spend on peanut butter and jelly. (You can assume that Sally's mother provides the bread for the sandwiches.) If Sally is maximizing...
One tablespoon of peanut butter has a mass of 17 g. It is combusted in a calorimeter whose heat capacity is 110 kJ/degrees C. The temperature of the calorimeter rises from 22.0 degrees C to 25.2 degrees C. Find the food caloric content of peanut butter. Express your answer using two significant figures.