While traveling to a distant universe, you discover the hypothetical element “X”. You obtain a representative sample of the element

While traveling to a distant universe, you discover the hypothetical element “X”. You obtain a representative sample of the element and discover that it is made up of two isotopes, X-23 and X-25. To your science team calculate the atomic mass of the substance, you send the following drawing of your sample with your report. In the report, you also inform the science team that the light atoms are X-23, which have an isotopic mass of 23.02amu, and the dark atoms are X-25, which have an isotopic mass of 25.147amu. What is the atomic mass of element X?

Sheffield Corp. began operations on July 1. It uses a perpetual inventory system. During July, the company had the following

Sheffield Corp. began operations on July 1. It uses a perpetual inventory system. During July, the company had the following purchases and sales. Purchases Date Units Unit Cost Sales Units July 1 7 $55 July 6 5 July 11 3 $58 July 14 3 July 21 4 $62 July 27 3 (a1) Your Answer Correct Answer (Used) Partially correct answer icon Your answer is partially correct. Calculate average cost for each unit. (For calculation and answers purpose round unit costs to 3 decimal places, e.g. 15.125.) July 1 $enter a dollar amount 55 July 6 $enter a dollar amount 55 July 11 $enter a dollar amount 56.8 July 14 $enter a dollar amount 56.8 July 21

Kai sells a small magazine full of celebrity gossip to college students for $2.43 per copy. Hiring the printing press

Kai sells a small magazine full of celebrity gossip to college students for $2.43 per copy. Hiring the printing press for one day, the only fixed cost, is $452 per issue. The variable cost of printing each issue is $0.95 per copy. The printer tells Kai the cost of hiring the press is to increase by $125 per day. What price increase would be required to cover the increase in cost of hiring the press if unit volume (copies per issue) remain the same and Kai maintains the same profit goal