“If any apprentice shall leave the employment of his or her master or
mistress without his or her consent, said master or mistress may pursue
and recapture said apprentice and bring him or her before any justice of
the peace of the county, whose duty it shall be to remand (return) said
apprentice to the service of his or her master or mistress.
All freedmen. over the age of eighteen years found. with no lawful
employment or business, or found unlawfully assembling themselves
together either in the day or nighttime, and all white persons.
associating with freedmen.on terms of equality. shall be deemed
vagrants; and, on conviction thereof, shall be fined. and imprisoned.”
-Mississippi Black Codes, 1865
Based on the information in the excerpts, it can be concluded that the
codes were meant
to continue the economic and social restrictions previously placed on slaves.
O to force newly freed slaves to migrate North.
to former slaves adjust to their new status as free people.
O to use the Freedmen’s Bureau to aid in the economic and political progress of former slaves.
Asset turnover Three major segments of the transportation industry are motor carriers, such as Atlantic; railroads, such as Pacific; and transportation arrangement services, such as Mediterranean. Recent financial statement information for these three companies is shown as follows (in thousands of dollars): Atlantic Pacific Mediterranean Sales $362,056 $677,780 $1,078,776 Average total assets 905,140 1,355,560 449,490 a. Determine the asset turnover for all three companies. Round to one decimal place. Atlantic fill in the blank 1 Pacific fill in the blank 2 Mediterranean fill in the blank 3
9. Problems and Applications Q9 Structural unemployment is sometimes said to result from a mismatch between the job skills that employers want and the job skills that workers have. To explore this idea, consider an economy with two industries: auto manufacturing and aircraft manufacturing. Assume that workers in these two industries require similar amounts of training, and they can choose which industry to train for at the beginning of their careers. True or False: Wages in the auto manufacturing industry would be greater than those in the aircraft manufacturing industry. True False Suppose that one day the economy opens itself to international trade and, as a result, starts importing autos and exporting aircraft. This would cause the demand for labor in the auto manufacturing industry to and the demand for labor in the aircraft manufacturing industry to . Suppose that workers in one industry cannot be quickly retrained for the other. Which of the following accurately describes the effects of the shifts in demand on the equilibrium wages in the two industries
Last year an employee’s salary was $90,000. This year their salary increased by 12%. How much
did the employee’s salary increase?
Third, the lab team is preparing a leaf tissue sample from corn, which is a monocot. First, list and define all of the cells and tissues you would see in a typical monocot leaf, starting from the upper epidermis and working down to the lower epidermis. Next, compare and contrast the differences between a mesophyte, hydrophyte, and xerophyte leaf. Finally, describe three specialized leaves that most likely exhibit unique anatomy when compared to a typical leaf. For this last part, do not use a hydrophyte or a xerophyte as an example of a specialized leaf. What makes these specialized leaves that you chose special in terms of their anatomy
The vertices of AABC are A(-3,5), B(-2,3), and C(-4,2). If AABC is reflected across the y-axis to produce the image AA’B’Cl find the coordinate of the vertex C. The coordinates of C are
If same started reading at 7:05 pm and stopped at 7:46pm, how many minutes did he read for.
A powerful computer is purchased for $2000, but loses 20% of its value each year.
What is the initial value?
Companies U and L are identical in every respect except that U is unlevered while L has $18 million of 7% bonds outstanding. Assume that: (1) All of the MM assumptions are met. (2) Both firms are subject to a 40% federal-plus-state corporate tax rate. (3) EBIT is $4 million. (4) The unlevered cost of equity is 12%. What value would MM now estimate for each firm
Sketch the basic graph and the graph of the given function on the same axes.F(x)=x^2-1