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Question description 1. Most eating disorders began at age: 10 15 35 50  2. Hea

Question description 1. Most eating disorders began at age: 10 15 35 50  2. Healthy and long-lasting weight loss involves ________ changes. quick fix fad diet miracle foods lifestyle  3. All of the body systems and/or organs below are affected by anorexia nervosa with the exception of: Circulatory system Muscular system Nervous system Female Reproductive system  4. Eating disorders are not only physical they are also the result of _________.  high self-esteem bacterial infection behavioral and emotional pressures lack of sleep …

Question description search the internet to find two graphs to critique: one yo

Question description search the internet to find two graphs to critique: one you evaluate to be a good graphical representation of the information presented and the other to be a poor graphical representation of the information presented. answer the following questions about your selected graphs. a. what types of graphs are used to display the information? b. briefly describe the purposes of the graphs. c. do the titles and notes explain the data satisfactorily? explain why or why not. d.…

Question description choose one of the following events and discuss the economi

Question description choose one of the following events and discuss the economic impact on the market for surfboards in southern california. southern california experiences unusually high temperatures, sending an unusually large number of people to its beaches. the weather and ocean wave patterns in southern california have become very suitable for surfing. large sharks are reported feeding near the beaches of southern california. there is a significant increase in the price of epoxy paint used to coat surfboards. thinking of…

Question description search the internet to find three applications of statisti

Question description search the internet to find three applications of statistical concepts that you find interesting, that you encounter on a daily basis, or that you find in your profession. 1.                circle graph (a) find an example of a circle graph in the newspaper or periodical articles or on the internet.  cite the source and the date. (b) briefly explain what the graph shows. (c) make up a problem that uses the information on the graph to find other (not…

Question description Given the demand function D(x) = 4850 -5x,What is the high

Question description Given the demand function D(x) = 4850 -5x,What is the highest price a consumer would pay for the commodity?          How many units would be demanded when the commodity is given away for free?          1,250 units of a product can be made available if the unit price is Php54, 000. If for each Php3, 000 increase in the price, 600 more units become available. Set up a supply function assuming that…

Question description i have to make a political cartoon on voluntary exchange a

Question description i have to make a political cartoon on voluntary exchange and competition. my idea for voluntary exchange was buying bagels are einstein’s for my breakfast and then the firm gets my money? so i would draw a stick figure buying bagels handing the cashier the money with the bagels on the counter or something? and then have quote bubbles saying something like “here are your bagels, your total is $7.34” and then the stick figure saying “here you…

Question description Guilt-full to Guilt-free Guilt-full is a state of being t

Question description Guilt-full to Guilt-free Guilt-full is a state of being that everyone finds themselves in at least once, whether it remains permanently, or if it dissolves. Throughout Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations the theme of guilt remains a prevalent topic, centered by the main characters of Great Expectations. Dickens creates characters throughout his novel, so that he may keep a guilt-full cycle throughout the novel. Dickens use of symbolism and allusions creates a depth-full novel that continues without repetition. Although…

Question description *** Please Read through the following case about Boo.com.

Question description *** Please Read through the following case about Boo.com. Answer Questions at end. Need at least 1 page single spaced or 2 pages double spaced. “Unless we raise $20 million by midnight, boo.com is dead”, said boo.com CEO Ernst Malmsten, on May 18th 2000. Half the investment was raised, but this was too little, too late, and at midnight, less than a year after its launch, Boo.com closed. The headlines in the Financial Times, the next day read:…

Question description 1. Find the z-score for which the area (probability) under

Question description 1. Find the z-score for which the area (probability) under the standard normal curve to its left is .402. Assume that the weights of quarters are normally distributed with a mean of 5.67 g and a standard deviation of .070 g. A vending machine will only accept coins weighing between 5.48 and 5.82 g what percent of quarters will be rejected?3. Find the area (probability) under the standard normal curve that lies either to the left of 1.56…

Question description develop a plan for the distribution of salary increases. s

Question description develop a plan for the distribution of salary increases. suppose you are employed in a local industry, and your supervisor has assigned you to distribute annual raises that must average 4% per department among 6 team members. no team member can get exactly 4%, and the raise must be at least 2% and no more than 6%. you may establish your own criteria for distributing the raises, but you are given the years of experience and the rating…