• Name that product: apple cider that comes in a tea bag?

I remember a few years ago a neighbor of mine use to offer me apple cider that was absolutely delicious. However, it came in a tea bag though I do not feel that it was tea.. at least it didn't taste like tea. It was much stronger than tea typically is, and just tasted like spiced apple cider to me. I'm looking for this drink. Does anyone... show more
I remember a few years ago a neighbor of mine use to offer me apple cider that was absolutely delicious. However, it came in a tea bag though I do not feel that it was tea.. at least it didn't taste like tea. It was much stronger than tea typically is, and just tasted like spiced apple cider to me. I'm looking for this drink. Does anyone know the brand?
2 answers · Non-Alcoholic Drinks · 5 years ago
• Finding a sampling size using the mean?

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (BATF) has been concerned about lead levels in California wines. Table 1 reports the results from a pilot test that measured lead levels in a random sampling of wines. Table 1: Descriptive statistics for the lead in wine study mean: 110 std dev: 210 SE mean: 70 The BATF wishes to estimate the... show more
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (BATF) has been concerned about lead levels in California wines. Table 1 reports the results from a pilot test that measured lead levels in a random sampling of wines. Table 1: Descriptive statistics for the lead in wine study mean: 110 std dev: 210 SE mean: 70 The BATF wishes to estimate the true average lead level for California wines to within 20 parts per billion at a 90% level of confidence? Based on the BATF's criteria, the number of wine specimens that should be tested is?
1 answer · Mathematics · 6 years ago
• Finding a sampling size based on mean, stdd, and se?

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (BATF) has been concerned about lead levels in California wines. Table 1 reports the results from a pilot test that measured lead levels in a random sampling of wines. Table 1: Descriptive statistics for the lead in wine study Variable n mean Std.Dev SEmean lead 9 110 210 ... show more
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (BATF) has been concerned about lead levels in California wines. Table 1 reports the results from a pilot test that measured lead levels in a random sampling of wines. Table 1: Descriptive statistics for the lead in wine study Variable n mean Std.Dev SEmean lead 9 110 210 70.00 The BATF wishes to estimate the true average lead level for California wines to within 20 parts per billion at a 90% level of confidence? Based on the BATF's criteria, the number of wine specimens that should be tested is? I can't seem to figure this out. ><
1 answer · Mathematics · 6 years ago
• Markov Chains, transition table help?

A study shows 55% of smokers quit while 20% of nonsmokers became new smokers or started smoking again. If 70% of the population are smokers, what fraction will be smoking in 5 years? I'm confused about setting up the transition table, because I thought my prof said that all columns had to add up to 1. And .55 + .2 don't? Is the transition... show more
A study shows 55% of smokers quit while 20% of nonsmokers became new smokers or started smoking again. If 70% of the population are smokers, what fraction will be smoking in 5 years? I'm confused about setting up the transition table, because I thought my prof said that all columns had to add up to 1. And .55 + .2 don't? Is the transition table just to be [.55 , .20] with the comparing vector [.30 , .70]?
2 answers · Mathematics · 7 years ago
• Odd consumer behaviours essay ideas?

I have a writing assignment for economics in which I have to write and discuss about some odd consumer behaviours that occur everyday without being scrutinized too much. For example: why women buy a wedding dress to wear only once, while men rent tuxes when they will most likely wear them on multiple occasions. Just looking to have some ideas thrown... show more
I have a writing assignment for economics in which I have to write and discuss about some odd consumer behaviours that occur everyday without being scrutinized too much. For example: why women buy a wedding dress to wear only once, while men rent tuxes when they will most likely wear them on multiple occasions. Just looking to have some ideas thrown around to start my thinking process. (:
4 answers · Economics · 7 years ago
• Solve with x3 and x5 as free variables?

I was able to find x4 and x5 as free variables, but I also need the solution set for x3 and x5 as free variables and I can't figure out how to set x3 as a free variable. x1-x2+x3-x4+x5 = 1 x2-x4-x5=-1 x3-2x4+3x5=2
I was able to find x4 and x5 as free variables, but I also need the solution set for x3 and x5 as free variables and I can't figure out how to set x3 as a free variable. x1-x2+x3-x4+x5 = 1 x2-x4-x5=-1 x3-2x4+3x5=2
2 answers · Mathematics · 7 years ago
• Can't solve linear equation matrix?

I can't figure out the proper steps to solving each value! >< A= 2 4 -3 1 5 0 6 -1 7 B= -5 -4 59
I can't figure out the proper steps to solving each value! >< A= 2 4 -3 1 5 0 6 -1 7 B= -5 -4 59
1 answer · Mathematics · 7 years ago
• Other computers cannot connect to internet?

Everything was working fine yesterday, but today the two computers in our household that are not directly connected to the modem cannot connect to the internet. Only the main computer can. The wireless USB's on the other computers see our signal just fine, but when they try to connect it comes up with an error that troubleshooting does nothing... show more
Everything was working fine yesterday, but today the two computers in our household that are not directly connected to the modem cannot connect to the internet. Only the main computer can. The wireless USB's on the other computers see our signal just fine, but when they try to connect it comes up with an error that troubleshooting does nothing for. I've tried disconnecting and reconnecting the modem. Both other computers still cannot connect. When trying to connect to other connections it requests a password (password protected connections, obviously). It does not do this for our home connection, as the usb's should have the intenet password installed on them. It just goes straight to an error. This computer has a Belkin Wireless G Router 2.4GHz-802.11g. Any ideas?
3 answers · Computer Networking · 7 years ago
• Taylor Series for (4-x)^(1/2)?

I've solved that the first few terms are: 2- (x/4) - (x^2/64) - (x^3/512) + ... But I'm unsure how to put that in the form of a sum from n=0 to infinity. Help?
I've solved that the first few terms are: 2- (x/4) - (x^2/64) - (x^3/512) + ... But I'm unsure how to put that in the form of a sum from n=0 to infinity. Help?
2 answers · Mathematics · 7 years ago
• Reindexing a geometric series?

I understand how to reindex a geometric series that contains only addition and subtraction, but exponents I don't really get. I have the sum from n=8 to infinity of (n+1)/(5^n) and I have to reindex it to n=0. How would I go about doing that?
I understand how to reindex a geometric series that contains only addition and subtraction, but exponents I don't really get. I have the sum from n=8 to infinity of (n+1)/(5^n) and I have to reindex it to n=0. How would I go about doing that?
1 answer · Mathematics · 7 years ago
• Finding area enclosed by two functions, can't seem to get right answer?

Find c>0 such that the area of the region enclosed by the parabolas y = x^2 - c^2 and y = c^2 -x^2 is 60 .
Find c>0 such that the area of the region enclosed by the parabolas y = x^2 - c^2 and y = c^2 -x^2 is 60 .
2 answers · Mathematics · 8 years ago
• Math 160 Related Rates Question?

A newspaper reporter is sitting at the finish line of a bicycle race 1 meter off the edge of the road, waiting to capture a photograph of the winner as they cross the finish line. The leader is traveling along a straight path at a speed of 0.5km/min in the center of the 8 meter wide road. The reporter focuses his camera on the lead cyclist and... show more
A newspaper reporter is sitting at the finish line of a bicycle race 1 meter off the edge of the road, waiting to capture a photograph of the winner as they cross the finish line. The leader is traveling along a straight path at a speed of 0.5km/min in the center of the 8 meter wide road. The reporter focuses his camera on the lead cyclist and follows her as she approaches the finish line. How fast does the reporter have to rotate the camera (in radians/min) at the moment when the leader crosses the finish line?
1 answer · Mathematics · 8 years ago
• Vista 32-bit crashes with 4gb of ram?

Because I've gotten the BSOD with my new 4gb of ram, I've had to remove the 2gb of new sticks. I heard that there is a fix for this so that windows will accept my ram and stuff, but I can't for the life of me find a correct fix. I've tried 2 and all the download has said was, "This update does not apply". I am currently... show more
Because I've gotten the BSOD with my new 4gb of ram, I've had to remove the 2gb of new sticks. I heard that there is a fix for this so that windows will accept my ram and stuff, but I can't for the life of me find a correct fix. I've tried 2 and all the download has said was, "This update does not apply". I am currently running Vista Home Basic 32-bit with only 2gb of ram. Can someone please give me a microsoft fix and instructions on what I order I should be doing things in?
5 answers · Other - Hardware · 8 years ago
• How can I limit Skype's bandwidth use?

I use it to talk to 1-2 people at a time while playing online games. ONLY when I'm playing with people over skype does my internet gradually slow down and then crash all together after about 20-30 minutes. I hear that Skype is a massive bandwidth hog. Could this be why my internet is crashing? Is there anyway I can limit Skype from doing this?
I use it to talk to 1-2 people at a time while playing online games. ONLY when I'm playing with people over skype does my internet gradually slow down and then crash all together after about 20-30 minutes. I hear that Skype is a massive bandwidth hog. Could this be why my internet is crashing? Is there anyway I can limit Skype from doing this?
3 answers · Other - Computers · 8 years ago
• Chronic pain under my right ribs?

I have this area right under my ribs, sort of towards the center of my chest and just below my boobs. It's been hurting for awhile now, and it gets REALLY bad when I laugh, or talk a lot it seems. It's like pain from laughing, but nearly all the time. Sometimes it hurts when I breathe. I feel like I have to massage it out or something, but... show more
I have this area right under my ribs, sort of towards the center of my chest and just below my boobs. It's been hurting for awhile now, and it gets REALLY bad when I laugh, or talk a lot it seems. It's like pain from laughing, but nearly all the time. Sometimes it hurts when I breathe. I feel like I have to massage it out or something, but it's under my ribs. Also, it has recently sort of radiated to my back. Where it feels like I have a knot on the right side of my back if the area on my chest is hurting enough, or the center of my back. Any ideas?
1 answer · Pain & Pain Management · 8 years ago
• How to compare these poems?

I have to pick 2 of these 4 poems and write an essay comparing/contrasting them. I write on content, structure, literary devices... pretty much anything. I was just wondering which two of these four would probably have the best comparisons? I couldn't find the Gary Soto one online... sorry. :S I was planning on probably using two by Richard... show more
I have to pick 2 of these 4 poems and write an essay comparing/contrasting them. I write on content, structure, literary devices... pretty much anything. I was just wondering which two of these four would probably have the best comparisons? I couldn't find the Gary Soto one online... sorry. :S I was planning on probably using two by Richard Wilbur anyway though, unless someone has a good idea for using Soto's poem? A Fire-Truck by Richard Wilbur Mind by Richard Wilbur The Writer by Richard Wilbur Small Town with One Road by Gary Soto http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/a-fire-tr... http://poemshape.wordpress.com/2009/04/1... http://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMI...
1 answer · Poetry · 8 years ago
• Did Truman come through with his civil rights proposals?

I know he sort of won because he promised a lot of civil rights proposals and things in "To Secure These Rights" and other speeches. Did he actually come through with all of those though?
I know he sort of won because he promised a lot of civil rights proposals and things in "To Secure These Rights" and other speeches. Did he actually come through with all of those though?
2 answers · History · 9 years ago
• Find direction and magnitude of the required electric field?

The velocity selector in Figure 22-39 is designed to allow charged particles with a speed of 4.5 x 10^3 m/s to pass through undeflected Find direction and magnitude of the required electric field, given that the magnetic field has a magnitude of .96 T. Figure 22-39 shows v going in a positive z direction and B in a positive x direction.
The velocity selector in Figure 22-39 is designed to allow charged particles with a speed of 4.5 x 10^3 m/s to pass through undeflected Find direction and magnitude of the required electric field, given that the magnetic field has a magnitude of .96 T. Figure 22-39 shows v going in a positive z direction and B in a positive x direction.
2 answers · Physics · 9 years ago
• Find emf of battery and current through each resistor?

A circuit consists of a battery connected to three resistors (65, 25, and 170 ohm) in parallel. The total current through the resistors is 1.8A. Find emf and current through each resistor. It would also be good if someone could help me find equivalent resistance between two points.
A circuit consists of a battery connected to three resistors (65, 25, and 170 ohm) in parallel. The total current through the resistors is 1.8A. Find emf and current through each resistor. It would also be good if someone could help me find equivalent resistance between two points.
4 answers · Physics · 9 years ago
• Calculate the kinetic energy acquired by a nail from a hammer?

The nail is 12g and the hammer is 550g and is moving at 4.5 m/s. It's approximately elastic, and I know that KE = (1/2)mv^2
The nail is 12g and the hammer is 550g and is moving at 4.5 m/s. It's approximately elastic, and I know that KE = (1/2)mv^2
2 answers · Physics · 10 years ago