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What quantity of 75 per cent acid solution must be mixed with a 25 solution to produce 480 mL of a 50 per cent solution?
You have invested 8 per cent of your portfolio in an investment with an expected return of 10 per cent and 92 per cent of your portfolio in an investment with an expected return of -7 per cent. What is the expected return of your portfolio? (as a percentage to two decimal places; eg 2.881% is 2.88)) Select one: a....
You have invested 13 per cent of your portfolio in an investment with an expected return of 9 per cent and 87 per cent of your portfolio in an investment with an expected return of 6 per cent. What is the expected return of your portfolio?
Q. decribe how it is metabolized and how many ATP are produced from each: a)fructose b)sucrose c)palmitic acid d)glycerol e)alanine f)glutamic acid g)aspartic acid i know that fructose produce 48 atps, sucrode produce 76 atps, palmitic acid produce 96atps glycrol produce 19 atps but i dont know how and i need to know how many atps are produced from alanine,...
what quantity x of a 65% acid solution must be mixed with a 20% solution to produce 300 mL of a 45% solution
Use strong induction to show that any amount of postage more than one cent can be formed using just two-cent and three-cent stamps. (please be detailed!)
need steps A small post office has only 4-cent, 6-cent and 10-cent stamps Find a recurrence relation for the number of ways to form postage of n cents if the order of the stamps matters, i.e.. different orderings add to the count a. b. How many ways are there to form postage of 20 cents? Fill in the following chart...
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how many milileters of a 20% acis solution must be mixed with 30ml of an 80% acid solution to make a 32% acid solution? i have to show a chart and fill it out
coffee price $2.00 morning quantity 240 afternoon quantity 70 price $1.50 morning quantity 266 afternoon quantity 123 price elasticity? NPV?
Quantity of Y Quantity of Y Quantity of X Figure A Quantity of X Figure B Quantity of Y Quantity of Y Quantity of X Figure C Quantity of X Figure D 17) Consider the indifference maps shown above. If X and Y are perfect substitutes, your indifference curves between them would look like those in A) Figure A. B)...
Question 3 1 pts Aaron's Angela's Austin's Alyssa's Price Quantity Quantity Quantity Quantity Demanded Demanded Demanded Demanded $0.00 20 16 4 $0.50 18 12 $1.00 14 10 2 $1.50 12 8 4 $2.00 6 $2.50 0 4 0 Whose demand does not obey the law of demand? O Alyssa's O Austin's O Aaron's O Angela's
How many gallons of 5% acid solution should be mixed with 20 galllons of a 10% acid solution to obtain an 8% acid solution
How many liters of 80% hydrochloric acid must be mixed with 40% hydrochloric acid to get 15 liters of 65% hydrochloric acid? Write your answer rounded to three decimals. Show all work.