• What is the impact on yield and would it increase or decrease the cost of borrowing money if...? PLEASE HELP!!!?

    There is an increase in the perceived marketability of a company's bonds, so the liquidity premium decreases
    There is an increase in the perceived marketability of a company's bonds, so the liquidity premium decreases
    1 answer · Investing · 2 years ago
  • What is the impact on yield and would it increase or decrease the cost of borrowing money if...? PLEASE HELP!!!?

    A companys credit rating is downgraded from AA to BBB?
    A companys credit rating is downgraded from AA to BBB?
    1 answer · Other - Business & Finance · 2 years ago
  • What is the impact on yield and would it increase or decrease the cost of borrowing money if...? PLEASE HELP!!!?

    ...a company uses debt to buy another company. Aka leveraged buyou
    ...a company uses debt to buy another company. Aka leveraged buyou
    1 answer · Other - Business & Finance · 2 years ago
  • How credit rating effect the yield on bonds? PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!?

    1. There is an increase in the perceived marketability of a companys bonds, so the liquidity premium decreases. -Does the impact on the yield increase or decrease? -Is the cost of borrowing money from bond markets more or less expensive? 2. A company uses debt to buy another company. Such an event is called a leveraged buyout. -Does... show more
    1. There is an increase in the perceived marketability of a companys bonds, so the liquidity premium decreases. -Does the impact on the yield increase or decrease? -Is the cost of borrowing money from bond markets more or less expensive? 2. A company uses debt to buy another company. Such an event is called a leveraged buyout. -Does the impact on the yield increase or decrease? -Is the cost of borrowing money from bond markets more or less expensive? XYZ Co.'s credit rating was downgraded from AA to BBB. -Does the impact on the yield increase or decrease? -Is the cost of borrowing money from bond markets more or less expensive? 4. A company's financial health improves. -Does the impact on the yield increase or decrease? -Is the cost of borrowing money from bond markets more or less expensive?
    1 answer · Investing · 2 years ago
  • Would Neandertals have “good alleles” that you might want if you were a tropically-adapted modern human moving into Eurasia?

    Trusting the genomic data and assuming modern humans and Neandertals did interbreed outside of Africa, for which kinds of traits would you expect genes from Neandertals to be fairly common for in living non-Africans? In other words, would Neandertals have “good alleles” that you might want if you were a tropically-adapted modern human moving into... show more
    Trusting the genomic data and assuming modern humans and Neandertals did interbreed outside of Africa, for which kinds of traits would you expect genes from Neandertals to be fairly common for in living non-Africans? In other words, would Neandertals have “good alleles” that you might want if you were a tropically-adapted modern human moving into Eurasia?
    1 answer · Anthropology · 2 years ago
  • Anthropology question?

    In Japan trained monkeys are used in circus performances. Many of their acts involve bipedal standing and walking that they practice for many hours each day. These monkeys have some features of their skeletons that parallel hominin bipedal anatomy. If you found a fossil with only these traits would you be convinced that the fossil was a biped in... show more
    In Japan trained monkeys are used in circus performances. Many of their acts involve bipedal standing and walking that they practice for many hours each day. These monkeys have some features of their skeletons that parallel hominin bipedal anatomy. If you found a fossil with only these traits would you be convinced that the fossil was a biped in life? Why or why not?
    1 answer · Anthropology · 2 years ago
  • Two ways of describing humans in noted in this unit are “apes” and “cyborgs"?

    How do these labels differ in what they emphasize about human nature? .
    How do these labels differ in what they emphasize about human nature? .
    1 answer · Biology · 2 years ago
  • List at least 3 things that make humans different from their closest living relatives?

    Include at least 1 behavioral and 1 morphological feature? .
    Include at least 1 behavioral and 1 morphological feature? .
    2 answers · Biology · 2 years ago
  • Arrange the following ions in order of increasing ionic radius?

    List the FORMULA for each ion from smallest to largest: strontium ion, bromide ion, selenide ion, rubidium ion
    List the FORMULA for each ion from smallest to largest: strontium ion, bromide ion, selenide ion, rubidium ion
    3 answers · Chemistry · 2 years ago
  • Arrange the following ions in order of increasing ionic radius?

    List formulas of each ion smallest to largest: magnesium ion, aluminum ion, fluoride ion, nitride ion
    List formulas of each ion smallest to largest: magnesium ion, aluminum ion, fluoride ion, nitride ion
    1 answer · Chemistry · 2 years ago
  • Order of increasing atomic radius?

    List from smallest to largest: bismuth, lead, radon, barium
    List from smallest to largest: bismuth, lead, radon, barium
    1 answer · Chemistry · 2 years ago
  • Wavelength question?

    Ultraviolet radiation has wavelengths from 1.0E-8 to 1.0E-7 m, whereas the wavelength region for gamma ray radiation is 1.0E-16 to 1.0E-11 m. We can say that: 1. The frequency of ultraviolet radiation is A. Higher than B. Lower than C. The same as gamma ray radiation. 2.The speed of ultraviolet radiation is A. Higher than B.... show more
    Ultraviolet radiation has wavelengths from 1.0E-8 to 1.0E-7 m, whereas the wavelength region for gamma ray radiation is 1.0E-16 to 1.0E-11 m. We can say that: 1. The frequency of ultraviolet radiation is A. Higher than B. Lower than C. The same as gamma ray radiation. 2.The speed of ultraviolet radiation is A. Higher than B. Lower than C. The same as gamma ray radiation.
    1 answer · Physics · 2 years ago
  • Electron Configuration help! Can anyone explain how to figure this out?

    Using the symbol of the previous noble gas to indicate the core electrons, choose the electron configuration for the element krypton, Z = 36. [Ar] 3d104s24p6 [Ne] 3s23p63d104s24p6 [Ne] 3s23p64s23d104p6 [Ar] 4s23d104p6
    Using the symbol of the previous noble gas to indicate the core electrons, choose the electron configuration for the element krypton, Z = 36. [Ar] 3d104s24p6 [Ne] 3s23p63d104s24p6 [Ne] 3s23p64s23d104p6 [Ar] 4s23d104p6
    2 answers · Chemistry · 2 years ago
  • Chem help?

    For the following reaction, 17.5 grams of carbon dioxide are allowed to react with 49.3 grams of potassium hydroxide. carbon dioxide (g) + potassium hydroxide (aq) potassium carbonate (aq) + water (l) 1) What is the maximum amount of potassium carbonate that can be formed? grams 2) What is the FORMULA for the limiting reagent? 3)What amount of... show more
    For the following reaction, 17.5 grams of carbon dioxide are allowed to react with 49.3 grams of potassium hydroxide. carbon dioxide (g) + potassium hydroxide (aq) potassium carbonate (aq) + water (l) 1) What is the maximum amount of potassium carbonate that can be formed? grams 2) What is the FORMULA for the limiting reagent? 3)What amount of the excess reagent remains after the reaction is complete? grams
    1 answer · Chemistry · 2 years ago
  • How many kJ of energy are needed to raise the temperature of the sample to 49.40 °C?

    The following information is given for ether at 1 atm: boiling point = 34.60 °C Hvap(34.60 °C) = 357.5 J/g melting point = -116.30 °C Hfus(-116.30 °C) = 98.10 J/g specific heat gas = 1.460 J/g°C specific heat liquid = 2.320 J/g°C A 31.50 g sample of liquid ether is initially at -78.50 °C. If the sample is heated at constant pressure (P = 1 atm),... show more
    The following information is given for ether at 1 atm: boiling point = 34.60 °C Hvap(34.60 °C) = 357.5 J/g melting point = -116.30 °C Hfus(-116.30 °C) = 98.10 J/g specific heat gas = 1.460 J/g°C specific heat liquid = 2.320 J/g°C A 31.50 g sample of liquid ether is initially at -78.50 °C. If the sample is heated at constant pressure (P = 1 atm), 1) How many kJ of energy are needed to raise the temperature of the sample to 49.40 °C???
    1 answer · Chemistry · 2 years ago
  • Melting point question?

    The following information is given for cobalt at 1atm: boiling point = 3097 °C Hvap(3097 °C) = 389 kJ/mol melting point = 1495 °C Hfus(1495 °C) = 15.5 kJ/mol specific heat solid= 0.418 J/g°C specific heat liquid = 0.686 J/g°C How many kJ are required to melt a 25.8 g sample of solid cobalt, Co, at its normal melting point?
    The following information is given for cobalt at 1atm: boiling point = 3097 °C Hvap(3097 °C) = 389 kJ/mol melting point = 1495 °C Hfus(1495 °C) = 15.5 kJ/mol specific heat solid= 0.418 J/g°C specific heat liquid = 0.686 J/g°C How many kJ are required to melt a 25.8 g sample of solid cobalt, Co, at its normal melting point?
    2 answers · Chemistry · 2 years ago