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An example of a firm with high sunk costs is a.the local electric company b.United-Continental…

1.       The diameter of an aircraft is 4 m. The speed ratio is 0.8 at a flight speed of 450 kmph. If the ambient conditions of air at flight altitude are 0.54 bar and 256 K. Calculate   (a) propulsive efficiency,   (b) thrust,   ( c) thrust power. 2.       A turbojet is flying with a speed of 850 kmph at an altitude, where air density is 0. […]

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An example of a firm with high sunk costs is a.the local electric company b.United-Continental…

1.       The diameter of an aircraft is 4 m. The speed ratio is 0.8 at a flight speed of 450 kmph. If the ambient conditions of air at flight altitude are 0.54 bar and 256 K. Calculate   (a) propulsive efficiency,   (b) thrust,   ( c) thrust power. 2.       A turbojet is flying with a speed of 850 kmph at an altitude, where air density is 0. […]

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The demand for money in a country is given by M= 10,000-10,000r+ P-Y where M is money demand in…

Two technicians are discussing testing a catalytic converter. Technician A says that a vacuum gauge can be used and observed to see if the vacuum drops with the engine at idle for 30 seconds. Technician B says that a pressure gauge can be used to check for back pressure. Which technician is correct?                a. Technician A only   b. Technician B only   c. Both Technicians A […]

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The demand for money in a country is given by M= 10,000-10,000r+ P-Y where M is money demand in…

1.       A rigid vessel of0.3 m 3 volume contains 10 kg of air at 300 K. Using   (a) the perfect gas equation,    (b) the van der Waals equation of state, and   (c) the generalised compressibility chart, determine pressure extracted by air on the vessel. 2.       At pressures above 22 MPa, an increase in pressure at constant temperature of 10°C produces a decrease in entropy of […]

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A.Explain why an economy’s income must equal its expenditure. B. Which contributes more to GDP—the..

A.    Explain the effect of contact pressure on thermal contact resistance. What is thermal grease? B.    Define thermal conductivity. How can it be determined experimentally? What is the difference between thermal conductivity and thermal conductance? C.    Explain the mechanisms of heat conduction in gases, liquids and solids. D.    Why are metals good thermal conductors, while non-metals are poor conductors of heat? E.    Show that the […]

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A. Why do economists sometimes offer conflicting advice to policymakers? B. Draw a circular-flow…

Investment Planning Mr. Jones has $9000 to invest in three types of stocks: low-risk, medium-risk, and high-risk. He invests according to three principles. The amount invested in low-risk stocks will be at most $1000 more than the amount invested in medium-risk stocks. At least $5000 will be invested in low- and medium-risk stocks. No more than $7000 will be invested in medium- and high-risk stocks. […]

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A. Draw and explain a production possibilities frontier for an economy that produces milk and…

Corporation—A corporation is created by a stateissued charter. a. The shareholders elect directors, who set policy and appoint officers to manage day-to-day corporate affairs. A corporation may be publicly held with many shareholders or be a close corporation with stock not freely traded. b. Shareholders have limited liability and are not personally liable for the debts of the corporation (beyond the amount of their investments). […]

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Suppose that a borrower and a lender agree on the nominal interest rate to be paid on a loan. Then..

A.      What is neuromarketing and how is it useful in marketing research? Why is this research approach usually used with other approaches? B.      Describe an example in which marketing research could cause harm to participants. Many companies have a review process similar to that required for following the government’s “Common Rule.” Write a brief report explaining this rule and how you would apply it to […]

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A. T he Phillips curve started as an observed _________ correlation between the inflation rate and..

1.       A researcher is measuring problem-solving times for a sample of n = 20 laboratory rats. However, one of the rats fails to solve the problem so the researcher has an undetermined score. What is the best measure of central tendency for these data?   a. The mean   b. The median   c. The mode   d. Central tendency cannot be determined for these data 2.       What is […]

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A. Explain whether each of the following government activities is motivated by a concern about…

A. What is the discount rate? What happens to the money supply when the Fed raises the discount rate? B. What are reserve requirements? What happens to the money supply when the Fed raises reserve requirements? C. Why can’t the Fed control the money supply perfectly? D. Which of the following are considered money in the U.S. economy? Which are not? Explain your answers by […]

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A. T he extra return that stocks earn over bonds (on average) compensates stockholders for a. the…

For which of the following situations would an independent-measures design have the maximum advantage over a repeated-measures design?   a. When individual differences are small and participating in one treatment is likely to produce a permanent change in the participant’s performance.   b. When individual differences are small and participating in one treatment is not likely to produce a permanent change in the participant’s performance.   c. When […]

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A. Fiat money is a. a type of money with intrinsic value. b. a type of money set by government…

1.       Compare and contrast the four scales of measurement (nominal, ordinal, interval, and ratio) and identify examples of each. 2.       An operational definition is used to……………………………. a hypothetical construct. a. define b. measure c. measure and define d. None of the other choices is correct 3.       A researcher studies the factors that determine the length of time a consumer stays on a website before clicking […]

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A. T he Phillips curve started as an observed _________ correlation between the inflation rate and..

In a repeated-measures study, the same group of individuals participates in all of the treatment conditions. Which of the following situations is not an example of a repeated-measures design?   a. A researcher would like to study the effect of practice on performance in the same sample of participants. b. A researcher would like to compare individuals from two different populations.  c. The effect of a […]

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A.Consider the following events: Scientists reveal that eating oranges decreases the risk of…

1.Why is it critical for a retailer to examine a location’s economic base in its decision to open a store? 2. Visit the Web site of the Department of Singapore Statistics (http://www.singstat.gov.sg) and look up the population trends for 2016. As a retailer, where would you find information to help you determine ideal locations?

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A. A cut in income tax rates tends to _________ aggregate demand and _________ aggregate supply. a..

What are the rights and duties of parents for their children? What are the legal obligations of parents to children born out of wedlock and adopted children? 1. What are the requirements for a valid marriage? On the termination of a marriage, how is property divided? What is separate property? Community property?

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A.Define net exports and net capital outflow . Explain how and why they are related. B. Explain the.

1.       A set of scores has a mean of µ = 63 and a standard deviation of  =8. If these scores are standardized so that the new distribution has µ= 50 and  = 10, what new value would be obtained for a score of X = 59 from the original distribution?   a. The score would still be X = 59.   b. 45  c. 46   d. […]

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Suppose that the reserve requirement for checking deposits is 10 percent and that banks do not hold.

A.    Water flows at 50°C inside a 2.5 cm inner diameter tube such that hi = 3500 W/m2 K. The tube has a wall thickness of 0.8 mm with a thermal conductivity of 16 W/m K. The outside of the tube loses heat by free convection with ho = 7.6 W/m2 K. Calculate the overall heat transfer coefficient and heat loss per metre length to […]

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A. Give an example in which one person has an absolute advantage in doing something but another…

A. I f the price of a hot dog is $2 and the price of a hamburger is $4, then 30 hot dogs contribute as much to GDP as _________ hamburgers. a. 5 b. 15 c. 30 d. 60 B. Angus the sheep farmer sells wool to Barnaby the knitter for $20. Barnaby makes two sweaters, each of which has a market price of $40. […]

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A. Does a change in consumers’ tastes lead to a movement along the demand curve or to a shift in the

Based on the material on intellectual property law presented in the chapter, in which of the following situations would a court likely hold Maruta liable for copyright or trademark infringement? a. At the library, Maruta photocopies ten pages from a scholarly journal relating to a topic on which she is writing a term paper. b. Maruta makes leather handbags and sells them in her small […]

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A. Draw a diagram showing aggregate demand, shortrun aggregate supply, and long-run aggregate…

1. Identify, describe, and give examples of the four major types of business markets. 2. What function does an industrial classification system help marketers perform? 3.  Describe the buying center, stages of the business buying decision process, and the factors that affect this process. 4.  Explore how the Internet facilitates business buying and marketing.

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The chapter explains that Social Security benefits are increased each year in proportion to the…

1.Explain the product life cycle concept. What are the stages of the product life cycle? 2.How are products managed during the different stages of the product life cycle? 3.What is a brand? What are the characteristics of a good brand name? How do firms protect their brands?

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A.Why don’t banks hold 100-percent reserves? How is the amount of reserves banks hold related to the

A. What is a paired samples test? Specifically, how are the samples “paired”? B. The circulation manager of an online newspaper, Daily Advocate, commissions a market research study to determine what factors underlie its subscription attrition. Specifically, the survey is designed to compare current Daily Advocate subscribers with those who dropped their subscriptions in the past year. A survey is conducted with both sets of […]

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A.Consider the following events: Scientists reveal that eating oranges decreases the risk of…

A.    Two large parallel planes having emissivities of 0.3 and 0.5 are maintained at temperatures of 800°C and 300°C respectively. Determine the net radiant heat exchange per unit area between the planes. If a radiation shield having an emissivity of 0.05 on both sides is placed between the two planes, calculate the temperature of the shield and the heat transfer rate per unit area.   […]

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A.Draw the short-run trade-off between inflation and unemployment. How might the Fed move the…

For each of the following, calculate the pooled variance and the estimated standard error for the sample mean difference   a. The first sample has n = 4 scores and a variance of s 2 = 17, and the second sample has n = 8 scores and a variance of s 2 = 27.   b. Now the sample variances are increased so that the first sample […]

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Let’s consider the effects of inflation in an economy composed of only two people: Bob, a bean…

1.Sacla is a global Italian food brand (http://www.sacla.com/). Visit its Web site and identify its target market strategy. 2. Relate the information flows in Figure 8-2 to a bakery near your college or university. 3. Why is gathering and analyzing information crucial to a retailer that is launching a new strategy or modifying an existing one?

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A.International data show a positive correlation between income per person and the health of the…

Gregory R. and Lulu B. Clifden live with their family at the Rock Glen House Bed & Breakfast, which Gregory operates. The Bed & Breakfast (B&B) is located at 33333 Fume Blanc Way, Temecula, CA 92591. Gregory (born May 4, 1976) and Lulu (born June 12, 1977) enjoy good health and eyesight. 1. The Clifdens have three sons. Gerald was born April 16, 2002, Gary […]

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