Business, 12.11.2019 03:31, AquaTyrant9232

# In order to determine the average price of hotel rooms in atlanta, a

sample of 64 hotels was selected. it was determined that the average price

of the rooms in the sample was $112. the population standard deviation is

known to be $16. use a 0.1 level of significance and determine whether or

not the average room price is significantly different from $108.50.β

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Business, 21.06.2019 13:00, mustachegirl311

Match the tasks with the professionals who would complete them. civil engineer, logging equipment manager and energy auditor

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Business, 21.06.2019 19:40, hollycoleman13

Uppose stanley's office supply purchases 50,000 boxes of pens every year. ordering costs are $100 per order and carrying costs are $0.40 per box. moreover, management has determined that the eoq is 5,000 boxes. the vendor now offers a quantity discount of $0.20 per box if the company buys pens in order sizes of 10,000 boxes. determine the before-tax benefit or loss of accepting the quantity discount. (assume the carrying cost remains at $0.40 per box whether or not the discount is taken.)

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Business, 22.06.2019 11:40, antbanks3050

Jamie is saving for a trip to europe. she has an existing savings account that earns 3 percent annual interest and has a current balance of $4,200. jamie doesnβt want to use her current savings for vacation, so she decides to borrow the $1,600 she needs for travel expenses. she will repay the loan in exactly one year. the annual interest rate is 6 percent. a. if jamie were to withdraw the $1,600 from her savings account to finance the trip, how much interest would she forgo? .b. if jamie borrows the $1,600 how much will she pay in interest? c. how much does the trip cost her if she borrows rather than dip into her savings?

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In order to determine the average price of hotel rooms in atlanta, a

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