The difference resulted from $60,000 of nondeductible premiums on Ajax's officers' life insurance and $40,000 of rental income received in advance. Rental income is taxable when received. Ajax's effective tax rate is 30%. In its Year 2 income statement, what amount should Ajax report as income tax expense-current portion? 5.
Name that gas. CO2 Results Table 3. Effect of Hypercapnia on Pulmonary Ventilation 0.04% carbon dioxide (normal air) MV pCO2 pO2 pH (L/min) (mmHg) (mmHg) 6.2 39.1 102.7 7.41 6.1 39.3 107.8 7.38 6.1 40.1 102.4 7.4 6.1 39.5 104.3 7.4 4% carbon dioxide pCO2 pO2 (mmHg) (mmHg) 43 102.3 44.4 101.6 42.7 98.1 43.4 100.7 MV (L/min) 10.36 8.74 10.12 9.7 2% carbon dioxide pCO2 pO2 (mmHg) (mmHg) 41.6 100.3 41.6 105.5 42.2 104 41.8 103.3 6% carbon dioxide pCO2 pO2 (mmHg) (mmHg) 47.6 101.2 46.5 99.7 47.3 93.7 47.1 98.2 pH 7.38 7.4 7.38 7.39 Subj. 1 Subj. 2 Subj.
If I cannot read your answer you will receive 0 points for the question. 1. Name your food or beverage (1 point): • Fiber One with Honey Clusters Cereal 2. List calories per serving and number of servings per container (2 points) 3. List calories from fat.
In this mixture, there are no enzymes present and therefore no products are formed. The reaction rate was rated 0, just as we anticipated. 2. The 2nd experiment was a mixture of 2 mL H2O2 and 0.1g Manganese dioxide. We can use the same principal we used for the first experiment, Manganese dioxide is not a protein, not an enzyme, it is a catalyst.
4- We measured the rockets range using a measuring tape. 5- Record the rockets range on the “varying wing size “ complete the data sheet, including calculating the average range for each wing size. 6- Analyze the data generated from the launches and write a conclusion explaning how the difference in wing size affects the rocket that achieved the greatest range. Data table – Size ~ Wingspan ~ Launch Rocket A- Small ~ 2mm ~ 533 Rocket B- Medium ~ 4mm ~ 376 Rocket C- Large ~ 5mm ~
Take that difference and divide by the actual value (given in this problem) of tinâ€™s atomic radius. Take your answer and multiply by 100 to make it a percentage, and that is your percent error. Percent error is a common calculation in science. Your grade will not be determined by the amount of error, but just that you used the calculation correctly. (140-145)/ 140 x = 3.5 6.
Fat Sugar Fiber Vitamin A Question 5 (Multiple Choice Worth 1 points) Use the nutrition label for 1 can of Mountain Dew shown below to answer the following question: How many calories are in 12 ounces of Mountain Dew? 170 110 200 70 Question 6 (Multiple Choice Worth 1 points) Which is true concerning the servings of bread suggested for each day: Six to eight ounces are suggested. The serving size is the same for cooked cereal, rice and pasta. The serving size for hamburger roll, bagel, and english muffin are the same. All of the above.
Vary m by adding or removing mass from the glider. Repeat steps 5-11. Try at least four different values for m. Calculations For each set of experimental conditions: Use the length of the glider and your average times to determine v1 and v2, the average glider velocity as it passed through each photogate. Use the equation a = (v2 - v1)/t3 to determine the average acceleration of the glider as it passed between the two photogates. Determine Fa, the force applied to the glider by the hanging mass.
How many multiple bonds (double and/or triple) are there in this molecule? (1 point for each molecule) There are no double or triple bonds on this molecule. CO2 4+2(6)=16 .. .. O = C = O .. .. 1. What is the central atom? (1 point for each molecule) The central atom is C. 2.