- 1Tomas can do a job in 4 hours
Tomas can do a job in 4 hours. julia can do the same job in 6 hours. how many hours will it take the two of them to do the job if they worked together?

- 2Tomas calculates that he will need 86 hours to build a boat
Tomas calculates that he will need 86 hours to build a boat. He can work on the boat 8 3/5 hours per week. How many weeks will it taje Tomas to build the boat?

- 3A recent survey shows that the average man will spend 141,288 hours sleeping, 85,725 hours working, 81,681 hours watching television 9,945 hours commuting, 1,662 hours kissing, and 363,447 hours on other tasks during his lfetime
A recent survey shows that the average man will spend 141,288 hours sleeping, 85,725 hours working, 81,681 hours watching television 9,945 hours commuting, 1,662 hours kissing, and 363,447 hours on other tasks during his lfetime. What percent of his life, to the nearest tenth of a percent, does he spend sleeping?

- 4Sue Tomas has group insurance
Sue Tomas has group insurance. she was charged $75 for an office visit and $25.00 for a complete blood count, totaling $100.00. her group insurance paid 80% of the charges. how much did they pay? i want to know how to solve it

- 5the least common multiple of 3, 6,9 i say 18Sheila practiced hours Monday, hours Tuesday, and hours Wednesday
the least common multiple of 3, 6,9 i say 18Sheila practiced hours Monday, hours Tuesday, and hours Wednesday. What is the total number of hours that she practiced?A) hours B) hours C) hours D) 6 hoursComplete the statement, using the symbol < or >. 0.6A) > B) <Jon spent of his study time doing math homework and preparing for a history exam. What fraction of his study time remains?A) B) C) D)

- 6The length of stay (in hours) for a sample of 12 pneumonia patients at Santa Theresa Memorial Hospital was found to have a mean of 126 hours and a standard deviation of 21.663 hours
The length of stay (in hours) for a sample of 12 pneumonia patients at Santa Theresa Memorial Hospital was found to have a mean of 126 hours and a standard deviation of 21.663 hours. Find the 90 percent confidence interval on the standard deviation of the length of stay.

- 7sheila practiced 1 1/2 hours monday, 3 3/4 hours tueday, and 2 1/4 hours wednesday
sheila practiced 1 1/2 hours monday, 3 3/4 hours tueday, and 2 1/4 hours wednesday. what is the toatl number of hours that she practiced?

- 8Shella practiced 1-1/2 hours Monday, 3-3/4 hours Tuesday, and 2-1/2 hours Wednesday
Shella practiced 1-1/2 hours Monday, 3-3/4 hours Tuesday, and 2-1/2 hours Wednesday. What is the total number of hours that she practiced?

- 9Thank you
Sheila practiced 1 1/2 hours Monday, 3 3/4 hours Tuesday, and 2 1/4 hours Wednesday
Please help me. I am totally lost. Thank you Sheila practiced 1 1/2 hours Monday, 3 3/4 hours Tuesday, and 2 1/4 hours Wednesday. What is the total number of hours that she practiced? a) 8 1/2 hours b) 5 1/4 hours c) 6 hours d) 7 1/2 hours

- 10Total Hours Hours Studying GPA Hours Working Income60 60 4.0 0 $0 60 40 3.0 20
Total Hours Hours Studying GPA Hours Working Income60 60 4.0 0 $0 60 40 3.0 20 $1.0060 30 2.0 30 $150.0060 10 1.0 50 $250.0060 0 0.0 60 $300.00 a. Calculate the opportunity cost of an increase in the number of hours spent studying in order to earn a 3.0 grade point average rather than a 2.0 GPA. b. is the opportunity cost the same for a move from a 0.0 GPA to a 1.0 GPA as it is for a move from a 1.0 Gpa to a 2.0 GPA. c. What is the opportunity cost of an icnrease in income from $100 to $150. Total Hours Hours Studying GPA Hours Working Income60 50 4.0 10 $60 60 40 3.0 20 $120.0060 20 2.0 40 $240.0060 10 1.0 50 $300.0060 0 0.0 60 $360.00 a. Define comparative advantage. b. Does either individual (the one in exercise 4 or the one in exercise 5) have a comparative advantage in both activities? c. Who should specialize in studying and who should specilaize in working? 6. A doctor earns $250,000 per year, while a profesor earns $40,000. They play tennis against each other Saturday morning, each give up a morning relaxing, reading the paper, and playing with their children. They could each decide to work a few extra hours on Saturday to earn more income. But they choose to play tennis or to relax around the house. Are their opportunity costs of playing tennis different?

- 11zach worked 5.5 hours on monday, 4.25 hours on Tuesday, and 5.7 hours on wed
zach worked 5.5 hours on monday, 4.25 hours on Tuesday, and 5.7 hours on wed. Find the average of hours Zach worked for those days

- 12sheila practiced 1 1/2 hours on monday, 3 3/4 hours on Tuesday, and 2 1/4 hours on Wed
sheila practiced 1 1/2 hours on monday, 3 3/4 hours on Tuesday, and 2 1/4 hours on Wed. What is the total number of hours that she practiced? I got down to 30/4 = 7 2/4. But can I reduce it to 8 1/2 ?