BUSINESS HIGH SCHOOL

If a person is paid at the end of each work day, the reinforcement schedule would be ________.

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Answer 1
Answer: Every other week i believe

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One way to take responsibility for your health is to formulate a wellness plan. write four wellness goals for maintaining good reproductive health. categorize each goal as short-term or long-term, and explain why the goal fits the category.

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1. Practice safe sex: Always make sure to talk about your sexual history with your new sexual partner prior to engaging in sex. If you are non-monogamous, use condoms every time. Encourage your sexual partner to join you in getting an STD test. This is important for short-term and long-term health because it can affect the ability to have children in the long term and also decrease risk for contracting an STD in the short-term. 2. Drink water: Being hydrated is important in the long-term for maintaining a healthy reproductive system. Vaginal dryness can be caused/or worsened by dehydration, which can make sex less comfortable and increase risk of infections. 3. Get annual checkups: this is a long-term benefit. It can help catch any potential problems while they are early to prevent them from becoming much more serious. 4. Be conscious about using toxic chemicals. Another long-term goal is to stay away from ttoxins lie dioxin, phthalates, PFCs, and pesticides. These chemicals can cause reproductive problems that could negatively influence the ability to have a healthy pregnancy.
HIGH SCHOOL

Capitalism is an economic system in which privately owned businesses and individuals attempt to make a profit in a free market. True False

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Capitalism is indeed an economic system in which privately owned businesses and individuals attempt to make a profit in the free market. The aspects of private ownership of businesses and working for profit are essential factors of capitalism as a theory and also as it is practiced. 
HIGH SCHOOL

Investigator perceptions and interpretations of body language may not be admissible in court; therefore, they are basically worthless as evidence.

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Answer:

TRUE

Explanation:

It is true that investigator perceptions and interpretations of body language may not be admissible in court; therefore, they are basically worthless as evidence. Although body language could be suspicious and indicative of 'lying' it does not constitute nor meet the definition of evidence.

For something to be an evidence to be admissible in court, then it must be relevant material value .

Furthermore, it has to be:

Real: This implies that it should be a tangible thing such as a weapon

Demonstrative: This implies that it should be a model of what has happened , with time and place being specific

Documentary: This implies that it should be a letter or other written or posted document.

Testimonial: This implies that it should be the testimony) of the witness

Answer:

False

Explanation:

Hearsay (A Type of Testimonial Evidence): Previously recorded testimony given under oath, Dying declarations, Defendant’s previous admission and confession, Statements that relate to a witness’ frame of mind, if that is in question, Excited utterances or spontaneous exclamations and Statements regarding one’s physical condition

Real evidence: Any tangible objects that are produced as a direct result of the commission of the crime (e.g., blood, weapon).

Demonstrative evidence: Any tangible evidence related to the crime and/or perpetrator that is created indirectly from the crime (e.g., photographs of the victim, diagrams of the crime scene).

Documentary evidence: Refers to any evidence that is in document from or documents some issue for relevance to the crime (e.g., bank statements, emails relating to the crime)

Documenting Evidence: Documenting activities during the investigation and the information uncovered in reports is very important

COLLEGE

Vallin Manufacturing Corporation’s beginning work in process inventory consisted of 8,700 units, 100% complete with respect to materials cost and 60% complete with respect to conversion costs. The total cost in the beginning inventory was $43,000. During the month, 47,000 units were transferred out. The equivalent unit cost was computed to be $3.20 for materials and $3.70 for conversion costs under the weighted-average method. Given this information, the total cost of the units completed and transferred out was:A. 255600B. 324300C. 254000D. 326000

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Answer:

B. 324300

Explanation:

As the company used weighted-average the equivalent cost already considers the beginning inventory cost.

47,000 units transferred out:

equivalent cost materials:    $  3.2

equivalent cost conversion: $  3.7

Total unit cost:                       $  6.9

units transferred x unit cost

transferred.out 47,000 x 6.9 = 324,300

COLLEGE

What is the present value (aka price) of a 20-year, pure discount bond (zero coupon bond) that pays $1000 at maturity if it is priced to yield 7.62% per year (YTM)

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Answer:

The present value/ Price of the bond is $230.21

Explanation:

The bond has a future value of 1,000 which means it will pay 1,000 when it matures, also there are no payments in between as this is a pure discount bond. In order to find the present value/price we will have to discount 1000 by the current interest rate and 20 years back.

Present value = Future value/(1+Interest rate)^N

Future value = 1,000

Interest rate = 7.62%

N= 20

1000/(1.0762)^20

PV= 230.21

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What is a financial goal that you have? What are at least three strategies that you could use to reach this goal?                                                                   I WILL GIVE BRAINLIEST

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Spend less than you have earned, save and plan
COLLEGE

Theory x managers are likely to believe that: job satisfaction is primarily related to higher-order needs. the average person dislikes work and will seek to avoid it when possible. employees are motivated mainly by the chance for advancement and recognition. most employees know more about their job than the boss.

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Is it a mmmmmmmmaaaaaannnnnnaaaaaggggeeeerrrrrrrrrrr????????

HIGH SCHOOL

Why does the government create regulatory laws that businesses must follow

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So they dont get shutdown
So that the business doesn't outgrow the government
COLLEGE

​(Loan amortization​) Mr. Bill S.​ Preston, Esq., purchased a new house for ​$170,000. He paid ​$25,000 down and agreed to pay the rest over the next 30 years in 30 equal​ end-of-year payments plus 11 percent compound interest on the unpaid balance. What will these equal payments​ be

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Answer:

The equal payments amount is $16,678.57

Explanation:

Hi, first we need to determine what the loan amount is, we can do that by substracting $25,000 (down payment) from the cost of the new house, that would be $170,000 - $25,000 = $145,000.

Now, we need to solve for "A" the following equation, given a rate of 11% compounded annually, number of yearly payments equals 30 and a present value of $145,000

Everything should look like this.

Therefore, A = $16,678.57

Best of luck.

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