Where is frost wedging most likely to occur? A. A temperate region that experiences multiple freezes and thaws each year B. A desert region that experiences high temperatures and dry conditions C. An arctic region where the ground is permanently frozen D. A tropical region that experiences year-round warmth and heavy rain
Frost wedging most likely to occur at a temperate region that experiences multiple freezes and thaws each year.
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Money taken out of a salary for such things as taxes, medical insurance, and retirement funds is called A. deductions. B. exemptions. C. commissions.
Weegy: Moneys taken out of a salary for such things as taxes, medical insurance, and retirement funds are called deductions. (More)
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At a certain university the student to teacher ratio is 16:1. If there are 2,000 students enrolled, how many teachers must be employed to maintain this ratio? A. 28,000 B. 200 C. 125 D. 215
Weegy: At a certain university the student to teacher ratio is 16:1. If there are 2000 students enrolled, 125 teachers must be employed to maintain this ratio. User: If three bags of birdseed cost $14.16, how much will 14 bags cost? A.$30.34 B. $70.80 C.$33.71 D. $66.08 Weegy: 14 bags of cost is$66.08. 14.16/3 = 4.72 4.72 * 14 = 66.08 (More)
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Phil Smith is a car salesman. Last week his total sales amounted to $27,650.00, and he received$1,382.50 in commission. What is his rate of commission? A. 5% B. 4.8% C. 23% D. 17%
Weegy: Phil Smith is a car salesman. Last week his total sales amounted to $27,650.00, and he received$1,382.50 in commission. His rate of commission is 5%. Solution: $1, 382.50 /$27,650.00 = 0.05 0.05 * 100 = 5% (More)
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At a certain university the student to teacher ratio is 16:1. If there are 2,000 students enrolled, how many teachers must be employed to maintain this ratio? A. 28,000 B. 200 C. 125 D. 215
Weegy: At a certain university the student to teacher ratio is 16:1. If there are 2000 students enrolled, 125 teachers must be employed to maintain this ratio. 2000/16 = 125 (More)
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From net earnings of $740 per month, Lisa Jones must spend$200 for her portion of the rent on an apartment she shares with two friends. What percent of her net income is her rent payment? A. 27% B. 73% C. 38% D. 32%
Weegy: 27% of her net income is her rent payment. Part value = $200 Total value =$740 Put in the formula: Percentange = \frac{200\times100}{740} solving: Percentage = 27 % [ (approx) ] (More)
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