Wet amounts and Hanging Drops
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...amounts and Hanging Drops Purpose of the experiment The main objective of the test is to perform a microscopic analysis using wet amounts technique and hanging drops technique. The other reason is to recognize the application and disadvantages of the two techniques for observing bacteria. The experiment was specifically performed to recognize the existing dissimilarities between motion and true motility. Method The two methods that can be effectively used to detect active cells in a liquid include wet amount method and the hanging drop method. In the hanging drop method, a little drip of liquid is suspended from the bottom of a coverslip, over a thin depression in the distinct slide... . On...
American's consuming unhealthy amounts of t.v., video games, and web surfing.
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...Amounts of T.V.., Video Games and Web Surfing It is generally acknowledged that many Americans are addicted to electronics specifically T.V.., Video Games and Web Surfing. Addict is a word that is seldom used to describe a healthy situation. The term generally evokes the assumption of a drug or alcohol dependence but other types exist all with the potential to cause varying degrees of personal destruction. For example, these three activities contribute to obesity, a life threatening condition. As if this weren’t enough to cause concern, playing violent video games could lead to violent behavior. Inordinate amounts of time spent on the computer, watching television... Americans Consume Unhealthy Amounts ...
Human Recourse Management Amounts to Little More Than a Simple Reworking of the Human Relations School of Management
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...amounts to little more than a simple reworking of the Human Relations school of management. AC330 ASSESSED COURSEWORK Submitted to Jo Lambert Department of Accounting, Finance and Management University of Essex I. Introduction II. Human Relations School of Management III. Human Resource Management IV. Conclusion V. Reference I. Introduction In the evolution of management theory, there have been contributions of people from various fields and streams. In the period of pre 1980’s man was an economic person1. He was based on agriculture for his living. This period was followed by the industrial revolution. The trends shifted towards industrial productivity. Various... Human Re Management...
Constitutional conventions should be put on a legal footing. However, there is no clear agreement as to what amounts to a convention. DISCUSS
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...amounts to a convention.’ Discuss Introduction This paper seeks to analyze and discuss preposition that “Constitutional conventions should be put on a legal footing. However, there is no clear agreement as to what amounts to a convention.” This paper examines the nature and purpose of a constitutional convention and eventually comes out with the conclusion where there is truth to the confusion as the real meaning and significance of a convention. 2.1 What is a constitutional convention? What is its purpose? A constitutional convention is one designated... Order 155777 Topic: ‘Constitutional conventions should be put on a legal footing. “However, there is no clear agreement as to what...
The death penalty, when preceded by long confinement and administered bureaucratically, dehumanises both the agents and recipients of this punishment and amounts to a form of torture
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...amounts to a form of torture,” it is important to explore the aims and justifications of prolonging the punishment, the extent to which it is dehumanizing to the recipients and the agents of the punishment1. Even as death penalty is to be applied quite sparingly, with special reasons reserved for cased... Dehumanizing effects of long confinements before execution Dehumanizing effects of long confinements before execution Introduction The basic question that this paper seeks to address is the validity of the statement. In examining the statement “The death penalty, when preceded by long confinement and administered bureaucratically, dehumanises both the agents and recipients of this punishment and amounts...
Explain how human skin color reflects adaptations to varying amounts of sunlight.
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...Full Skin Color and Melanin For centuries, skin color seemed to have determined not only the cultural and racial background of people but also affected how people perceived each other. Dark-skinned people were considered dirty and therefore used for difficult jobs such as farming as it has been shown by the common knowledge that they have been enslaved for years. On the other hand, white-skinned people were seen as more superior than other skin colors. However, with the increase in knowledge and understanding that science brought to the modern world, more and more people come to realize that their skin color is not something to boast about or be ashamed of. Rather, it is something... Skin Color and...
Choose 3 non-profit political organizations. Discuss how these 3 groups have been negatively affected by the large amounts of mo
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... Presidential Elections Money American presidential elections have been described a major spending season for different presidential candidates. The 2012 presidential elections set record as the most expensive presidential election throughout American history. Political action committees (PACs) were the main channel through which election money got into the mainstream economy. For instance, American Crossroad spent over $ 100 million in favor of Mitt Romney. In addition, thousands of other independent donors spent millions of dollars on their favorite presidential candidates. Large sums of money spent by different presidential candidates have a significant impact on American social-political...
Critique Inferential Presentation-Statistics
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...AMOUNTS CLAIMED AND AMOUNTS REIMBURSED IN RELATION TO LEGITIMATE EXPENSE CLIAMS: INFERENTIAL STATISTICS PRESENTATION Ho: Reimbursement is dependent upon claims fulfilling legitimate expense claim criteria The data presented in the previous statistical tables were totally wrong. This is because the researcher failed to cluster the data on sales representative expense accounts into each month and failed to include the seven name representatives. In this connection, the researcher made another computation and formulates new presentations. Data analysis on: Table 1: Comparison of the amounts claimed (X) and amounts reimbursed (Y) in relation... to “legitimate” expense claims using analysis of...
Inferential Statistics Presentation
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...AMOUNTS CLAIMED AND AMOUNTS REIMBURSED IN RELATION TO LEGITIMATE EXPENSE CLIAMS: INFERENTIAL STATISTICS PRESENTATION Ho: Reimbursement is dependent upon claims fulfilling legitimate expense claim criteria The data presented in the previous statistical tables were totally wrong. This is because the researcher failed to cluster the data on sales representative expense accounts into each month and failed to include the seven name representatives. In this connection, the researcher made another computation and formulates new presentations. Data analysis on: Table 1: Comparison of the amounts claimed (X) and amounts reimbursed (Y) in relation... Order # 308106 RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE VARIABLES OF...
Limiting the amount of caffeine in energy drinks
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...Amount of Caffeine in Energy Drinks Part two: Resolution to limiting the amount of caffeine in energy drinks Whereas large amounts of caffeine in energy drinks continue to pose a health threat and increases the medicals cases in hospitals; Whereas the average amount of caffeine intake in adults should include four hundred milligrams of caffeine in energy drinks per day; Whereas excessive consumption of caffeine in young people poses as a threat to their health and no recommended amount available to limit their consumption; Whereas it is not recommended for pregnant women and children to consume energy drinks containing large amounts of caffeine; Whereas other countries like Britain limit... Limiting the...
Contemporary Mathematics DB 2
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...amounts are in millions of United States dollars. http://finance.google.com/finance?fstype=ci&cid=665639 Cone Graph Column graph Bar Graph ABBOTT LABORATORIES The net income for the Abbot laboratories corporation for the year ended... JP MORGAN In the Income ment of JP Morgan the graph (Flrament,1963) for the three months ended June 30, 2006, the net income after tax was $3,484 while the net income for the three month period March 31, 2006 was $3,027. The net income for the quarter ending December 31, 2005 was only $2,698 and the net income for the earlier period covering October 30, 2005 was $2,527 and the net income for the quarter covering June 30, 2005 was only a mere $ 937,000. The above...
How does depreciation accounting help the firm manage equipment investment costs and taxes?
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...amounts, Current Liabilities of estimated amounts, and Contingent Liabilities accounted for in financial statements?” More so, the question which contains a series of sub-questions will be answered in the order in which these sub-questions have been asked. Current Liabilities usually form a sub-section of the Balance sheet. Typical Current Liabilities of known amounts may include accounts payable, short-term loans, outstanding salaries or other operating expenses that are still outstanding. Accounts payable refer to the amounts that ought to be paid to suppliers for merchandise bought from them in credit terms. Short-term loans are those types of loans that are usually repayable in a time... ?Running...
General
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...amounts, chain discounts used in the entertainment industry? Within the entertainment industry, trade discount amounts are used by allotting cuts on the works of the business to business partners, who are facilitating each other on a number of tasks and activities (Haines 2007). These discounts make up the figures for meeting the expenses and bringing them down in a considerable manner. Similarly chain discounts are offered when the entertainment industry gives cuts on volume (bulk) work flows, and when... ?General How is depreciation affecting the housing market? Depreciation is affecting the housing market considerably because now the housing market has come down and the people have started to fear for ...
Information Tech for Mgmt
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...amount of data being generated by companies and organizations each day can total from around aterabyte of data up to quintillion bytes of data per day (Olavsrud 2). To properly manage huge amounts of data, a log system for bulky data can be used in order to store these as systematically as possible, making future retrievals easier and faster. However, many companies fail to upgrade their data management, and are also unaware of the use of log management systems for large amounts of data, which could lead to incorrect processing as well as mismanagements or even security compromises. Therefore, working with big data should use systems for bulk data... Big Data Management: Problems and Solutions The sheer...
Banking institutions in the U.S.
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...amounts reserved for individuals and the small enterprises while wholesale payments involve huge dollar amounts that involve big corporate clients and financial institutions.... Recommendation Banking s in the U.S need to hold the reserves that are the same as a portion of the quantity of the liabilities of banks that is owed to clients, this is popularly referred to as fractional reserve. This enables the banks to invest heavily from these funds collected from the depositors. This would reduce arising problems such as a bank run where several bank clients withdraw their savings and forcing the banks to go an extra mile of seeking an extra aid from outside. Banks must keep their Federal Reserve accounts ...
Northern (RNA) Blotting Technique
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...amounts and normal size are made from the mutant mice and whichh is identified in greatly reduced amounts. (Manipulating proteins, DNA, and RNA, 498) Work Cited Allison, LA. Fundamental Molecular Biology. 2nd ed. Malden: Blackwell Publishing. 2007. P 249. Hartwell, LH. et al. (Ed) Genes to Genomes. 2nd ed. Toronto: McGraw-Hill. 2004. P 395. Lodish, H. et al. Molecular Cell Biology. 6th ed. New York: WH Freeman and Company. 2008. P 192. Manipulating proteins, DNA, and RNA. Chapter 8. Attached by the customer. P 498.... Northern (RNA) Blotting technique The northern (RNA) blotting technique, a method for investigating RNA molecules, is extensively used to compare theamounts of a specific mRNA in cells...
Cost, Budgets and Strategic Decision Making in Management Accounting
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...amounts. The other amounts include the factory Janitors’ salaries, electricity payments, water payments, and telephone amounts. Next, the selling and administration expense budget is prepared (Bromwich, 2009). The selling expense budget includes the amounts allocated to sell the finished products, including the cars. The selling expense budget includes the sales department’s salaries and commissions, advertising, and other sales department expenses. The administration expense budget includes amounts allocated to the operations of the companies’ administration department (Moyer, 2009). Next, the budget income statement... January 13, Management Accounting: Budget Introduction...
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...amounts are the organization’s characteristics that have facilitated its success in providing loans to poor people. Its wide network has allowed it to consolidate a pool of lenders and to generate funds that can then be lent to the needy. The organization’s partnership that vets loan applicants also facilitates the organization’s success by reducing its losses through defaulters. Similarly, the organization’s approach to offer even small loans helps it to meet its objective of lending money to those who may be afraid of borrowing large amounts... HW: Discussion questions The organization’s feature that has helped to make it so successful A wide scoped network and provision of loans in even small amounts...
Auditing
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...amounts (Arens, 2011). Errors are unintentionally misstatements are due to human errors. On the other hand, fraudulent financial statements include figures that were intentionally inserted by one or more company employees, possibly conniving with the external auditors. The research delves on the five areas of heightened audit risk. Auditing must prioritize auditing financial accounts pegged as high inherent risks to lessen... Auditing Part A 054 words Part B: 778 words March 27, Introduction The audit process entails determining whether the Havelock Europa Plc financial reports are true or correct (Havelock Europa, 2013). Untrue and incorrect financial reports include erroneous financial statement...
Biological Science in the News #4
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...amounts of gasoline? What are the prospects for the increasing of product yield? Is it possible to pass from the laboratory experiments to the industrial use of this technology in the nearest time? What are the mains renewable sources for obtaining gasoline? What are the waste products of such technology? What amounts of waste products will be derived? What approaches could be used for the waste management? What amounts of energy are used for obtaining of 1 liter of gasoline? Was energy consumption for production of gasoline by metabolically-engineered... Created: 05-13 5:30 AM Level: Undergraduate Grade: Guaranteed 2 Standard (Normal Charge); Pages Style: MLA Country: Sources: 1Language Style: English (...
Are celibrities overpaid?
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...amounts of money many of these celebrities make per day week or month. While on cannot fail to recognize that many of them work hard and influence the world a great deal, it does not justify the obscene paychecks they receive. This is worse when they get these amounts of money as product endorsements in which they do not have to do anything but smile for the camera... A recent survey revealed that majority adults in America are convinced that celebrities, including reality TV stars actor musicians and athletes earnmore money than is fair (Sulla-Heffinger, 2012). I found this not just a reflection of what a man on the street feels, but the immorality of today’s world particularly bearing in mind the...
Drinking Alcohol
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...amounts of alcohol in order to “get high.” (2001, 1) In this regard, the objective of the essay is to design an experiment to test whether drinking alcohol influences peoples tendency to become socially aggressive. An experimental hypothesis would be specified and both dependent and independent variables would be identified. Likewise, experimental and control conditions would also be stated. Finally, any experimental procedures that would help to ensure the reliability of your research would be proffered. Suggested Experiment: Shy and timid teenagers would be asked to drink different levels of alcohol... Drinking Alcohol Alcoholism is a form of addiction, a psychological or physiological dependence on...
Question Week1
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...amount of portions that are required in the foods. As Wilson & Christensen indicate specific portions of vitamins, calories and minerals will be indicated in the product labels (1). In the occasion... Question Week1 What I find most useful about the labels is the actuality that the labels will include scientific information that clearly explains the link between the diet and the involved chronic infections (U.S. Food and Drug Administration 1). This will help the consumers select the foods and servings that are most appropriate for them as opposed to before. Just as the News indicates, consumers will make better food choices (U.S. Food and Drug Administration 1). 2. What I find confusing is the amount o...
Government
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...amount of the funds, and from where the funds were allegedly taken. These factors will determine what jurisdiction federal authorities will have in comparison with the local authorities. Of course, the defendant will not necessarily... GOVERNMENT Government Word Count: 260 page) Dear Friend: It has come to my attention that an employer noticed some irregularities in the accounting reports. Federal laws are enforced by the FBI. According to Federal Criminal Law (2012), “the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the United States Attorneys Offices are the primary federal law enforcement agencies responsible for investigating and prosecuting most serious felony crimes that occur…including…large scale...
Taxes and campaign money
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...amount to social welfare (at 16 %) but also collects the least taxes... in the table at 27%. 2. In Debating the Issues (page 14): Should corporations be allowed to spend unlimited amounts on Federal Election Campaigns? Do you side with Senator OConnell or with President Obama? Why? I am siding with President Obama that corporations should not be allowed to spend unlimited amounts on Federal Election Campaigns because to do so would “open the floodgates for an unlimited amount of special interest money into our democracy” (14). This means that business are now legally allowed to buy candidates through funding their campaigns who would...
Are celibrities overpaid?
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...amounts of money many of these celebrities make per day week or month. While on cannot fail to recognize that many of them work hard and influence the world a great deal, it does not justify the obscene paychecks they receive. This is worse when they get these amounts of money as product endorsements in which they do not have to do anything but smile for the camera... ?A recent survey revealed that majority adults in America are convinced that celebrities, including reality TV stars actor musicians and athletes earn more money than is fair (Sulla-Heffinger, 2012). I found this not just a reflection of what a man on the street feels, but the immorality of today’s world particularly bearing in mind the...
Student Loan Summary
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...amount of debt be an acceptable situation? 63 A large amount of debt might be an acceptable situation in case a person is sure to have the resources to pay out the debt in a timely manner. In addition, a large debt might be needed for an individual to get a degree. This, in its turn, will raise the person’s chances of earning more and, thus, paying out the debt successfully. o What are the consequences of having too much debt? Among the negative consequences of having too much debt is, first of all, a potential of getting a bad credit history and, consequently, inability to receive other debts in the future. A too large debt amount may make it for impossible for a person... o When might a large amount ...
Accounting for Decision Makers -Discussion Question
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...amounts in 2014 of $5,100,000. The low net income explains that the operating expenses form a huge proportion. The company should thus adopt strategies that ensure financial efficiency. One example entails, adopting production technology that minimizes labor requirements, and thus reduces labor costs like salaries, motivation, retirement, and training expenses. One common size measure utilized in analyzing dollar amounts is the percentage increase in sales, based on 2010 as the base years. The sales level in 2014 is $5,100,000. This sales level... Decision Makers Accounting El Paso Investment Brokers has the intention of purchasing Rio Valley. El Paso thus has to analyze the financial statements of Rio...
Introduction to Executive Tools for Decision Making
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...amounts of current assets to pay their current debts. McDonald’s has 1.14 dollar amounts of current assets to pay their current obligations. Ford Automotive has 2.21 dollar amounts of current assets to pay their current liabilities. Is each company increasing or decreasing its... How much cash is available for the company to pay its current debts? (in million Bank of America McDonald’s Ford Automotive Current Assets 772,738 3,416.3 82,002 Current Liabilities 991,611 2,988.7 37,037 Current Ratio 1.79 1.14 2.21 Is the company in trouble or in good shape? Based on the financial information gathered, all companies have the capacity to pay their current liabilities. Bank of America spends 1.79 dollar amount...
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...amount of taxation on the industry in the year 2014... EXCELLENCY CLOTHING COMPANY: EASONS FOR PROFIT DECLINE AND SUGGESTIONS OF IMPROVING PROFIT By al Affiliation Date of Submission Reasons for Profit Decline The financial statement of Excellency Clothing Company depicts a reflection that there has been a decline of profit from £14746 in 2913 to £13176 in 2014. It is worth to note that there has been a general low rate of return by several London companies and businesses for the recent past years and not only hr clothing companies. However this analytical and explanative papers shall be solely focused in determining the probable reasons behind the declines in profit for the Clothing industry in London,...
Budget and sponsorship
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...amounts to 31.4 % of the total revenue (Statista, 2015). Some of the Manchester United sponsors include ION, AIG, Chevrolet and Adidas. This is done by placing the logos of the sponsors on the sporting clothes. The second largest source of income for Manchester United is revenue obtained from broadcasting deals Manchester United signs with the Internet and cable companies as MUTV and BSkyB. The broadcasting revenue amounts to 31. 3 % of the total revenue. Thirdly, the primary source of income comes from match day revenue that amounts to 25... Budget and Sponsorship of the al Affiliation Budget Event An event is a projection of income and expenditure that a given event will incur based on the scheduled...
Accounting
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...amounts change at exchange rate surpasses the zloty asset amounts changed in the exchange rate, there is an existence of a net liability exposure. Measurement loss in the third of part 1 increases due to two reasons: there a net asset exposure in the balance sheet and depreciation of the polish zloty against U.S dollar in the second year. Account and receivables accounts are the main assets changed at the exchange rate. As there is no longer term debt in this part, the only liability changed at the exchange rate is accounts payable. As the polish zloty assets amount changed at the exchange rate surpasses polish zloty liability...
Financial Project pt. II
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...amount are spent on maintenance of our vehicle, purchasing consumer goods, clothing, shoes, or school requirements that are not foreseen. It is good to realize that there is actually a net surplus that is left after accounting for all the fixed expenses, which represented about 40.48% of net income; and the variable expenses amounting to 47.62... ? Financial Project: Part II Financial Project: Part II A. Income and Expense for September Income Per Month Per Annum Percent Income from work (mine) $ 2,800 $ 33,600 44.44 Income from work (husband) 3,500 42,000 55.56 Total Income 6,300 75,600 100.00 Expenses Variable Expenses Food allowance 1,500 18,000 23.81 Transportation 900 10,800 14.29 Savings for...
Supplier Relations
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...amount of time needed to hold stock together (Fofie, 2001). Another important component of ensuring that suppliers are admonished to reduce... ?SUPPLIER RELATIONS Essence of supplier relations to Boeing A good supplier relationship is an important tool for reducing costs and inventories. Thelong term effect is therefore that companies who ensure and adhere to good relationship with suppliers can be assured of organizational growth and development. This is because whenever companies are able to ensure that they reduce their inventories and costs, they have more room to keeps lost of their incomes and go low on expenditure so that their balance sheets would reflect larger profits (Krippendorff, 2004)....
Bonus Example writing assignment
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...amount for each of the 5 employees based on the target plus 1% accrual assumption. Employee Salary Grade Annual Salary Performance Rating Bonus Target Bonus Award Monthly Accrual Amount (Bonus Award + 1% of Annual Salary) Sarah 10 58,000 3 8% 4,640 5,220 Ben 12 80,000 1 10% 8,000 8,800 Stephen 11 64,000 1 8% 5,120 5,760 Mary 12 78,000 2 10% 7,800 8,580 Jennifer 10 60,000 3 8% 4,800 5,400 2. Determine the total payout for each... BONUS Use the data below to answer the questions. Employee Salary Grade Annual Salary Performance Rating Sarah 10 58,000 3 Ben 12 80,000 Stephen 1164,000 1 Mary 12 78,000 2 Jennifer 10 60,000 3 Salary Grade Bonus Target 10 8% 11 8% 12 10% 1. Determine the monthly accrual amount fo...
Nuclear
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...amounts of energy that can be applied in controlling the heart... of Learning: NUCLEAR ENERGY Introduction Nuclear energy can be simply defined as energy gotten fromthe atom’s nucleolus unlike most of the other forms of energy that are normally released in the process of chemical reactions that originate from the electrons found around the nucleus. The splitting for the first time of an atom to release nuclear energy ushered a new regime of economic, political and social debate of the humankind history. This discovery brought with it the chance for humanity to grab the intricacies that the nuclear age came with it. This was a major discovery in the energy sector as the fossil fuels that were commonly...
Heroin
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...amounts of drug and increasing one’s tolerance for that drug as a result of overuse. On the contrary, Jack was not used to taking drugs in big amounts in the past, so he met sudden demise. Secondly, Jim’s response to Heroin had become conditioned to the situations in which he was used to taking drugs. The possible reasons for their addiction would be peer pressure, stressful situation in their life and various sociological factors... 1 Jim and Jack had a different reaction to drug overdose particularly due to the following reasons. Firstly, Jim had dependent upon a particular drug; Heroin, after taking it for five years. This phenomenon is known as drug tolerance as it refers to causing one to take more...
Ethical Questions on Charity
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...amounts, such level of help raises several ethical... Ethical Questions on Charity Most of the people of poor nations lack adequate healthcare, food, and safe drinking water. According to the UNICEF, more than 10 million children die every year due to poverty related causes. In this context, philanthropic giants like Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller donated billions of dollars to reduce global poverty, disease and premature death. The global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization which is highly supported by Gate’s Foundation claims that it has already prevented nearly 1.7 million future deaths. Although these so called philanthropists have donated considerable amounts, ...
American Dietary Guidelines
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...amounts of some nutrients including vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low-fat, and fat-free products. Finally, Americans are urged to consume food that constitutes low amounts of saturated fats, sodium like salt, added sugars, cholesterol, trans fats, and refined grains.... American Dietary Guidelines What are the Dietary Guidelines for Americans? With an exponentially increasing financial budget on managing diet-oriented chronic diseases like diabetes, cancer, hypertension, and cardiovascular disease, the American dietary guidelines play a crucial role in ensuring Americans focus on promoting health and minimization of disease. The guidelines emphasize on the element of calories balancing as the key to ...
Business Proposal
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...amounts of money is cheaper than for smaller amounts. Therefore, it charges more for larger amounts... Business proposal Introduction PayPal is a new online payment system that allows traders to exchange money through the internet thereby enabling electronic commerce. The new service is in an industry that has other online payment platforms such as western union, MoneyGram, and other conventional payment services. The service thus sought to address the incompetency’s of the existing payment platforms by coming up with a system which was subject to the sanction laws of the U.S government but still met the demands of many people globally. PayPal operates as an intermediary between any two people engaged...
Project II
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...amount are spent on maintenance of our vehicle, purchasing... Financial Project: Part II Financial Project: Part II A. Income and Expense for September Income Per Month Per Annum Percent Income from work (mine) $ 2,800 $ 33,600 44.44 Income from work (husband) 3,500 42,000 55.56 Total Income 6,300 75,600 100.00 Expenses Variable Expenses Food allowance 1,500 18,000 23.81 Transportation 900 10,800 14.29 Savings for emergency 300 3,600 4.76 Miscellaneous 300 3,600 4.76 Total Variable Expenses 3,000 36,000 47.62 Fixed Expenses Utilities 300 3,600 ...
Finance & Accounting
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...amount under examination" (Wallace, 1994, Section on Evaluating Analytical Procedures). As Wallace illustrates, Tests of Reasonableness include accounting and non-accounting variables in the model, with the aim of enhancing "the reliability of a test of reasonableness compared to single variable and financial ratio analysis." On the company's purchases, the going-rate for the exchange rate between UK and the import country source's respective currencies, multiplied by the average... Question A. Analytical procedures are to be used "during the planning and final review stages of the audit, and underlines the advantages of employing analytical procedures as a substantive test" (Wallace, 1994, Abstract...
The impact of the Financial Crisis on Banking Industry
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...amount of reduction in the amounts of disbursable funds, creating a negative effect on the level of investment in the economy. Also the lower level of investment is creating negative effects on the level of production and thus on the amounts of banking deposits (Bexley et al., 2011, p. 2). This paper is aimed at describing the effects of the financial crisis on banking industry. The issue and positive and negative externalities: The list of disturbed banks... on the watch list of the regulatory agencies is at a strangely high stage as well as is the absolute number of banks which are bankrupt and are forced to close. In 2009, the “Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation” failed almost 305...
Financial Analysis of a Local Government in South Florida
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...amounts invested in capital assets, net of related debt, restricted amounts and unrestricted amounts. (Whitt Jr) the findings of my financial analysis revealed that: Net assets of FKEC activities decreased 2.1 percent to $123.5 million. However, most of those net assets are either restricted as to the purposes they can be used for or they are invested in capital assets. Unrestricted net assets showed a $0.1 million surplus at the end of this year. This surplus does not mean that FKEC has significant resources available to pay its bills next year. (Monroe County 2003) Rather, it is the result of having long-term commitments that are a...
Finance Problems
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...amounting to $1,000, which is its value after the holding period of 10 years is discounted back to its present value using the hurdle rate of 9%. The present value amounts to $-897.32. A10. (Dividend discount model) Assume RHM is expected to pay a total cash dividend of $5.60 next year and its dividends are expected to grow at a rate of 6% per year forever. Assuming annual dividend... Chapter 5 Questions pgs. 134-137 A1. (Bond valuation) A 000 face value bond has a remaining maturity of 10 years and a required return of 9%. The bond’s coupon rate is 7.4%. What is the fair value of this bond? The annual interest payment as indicated in the bonds coupon rate is $74, or 7.4% of $1,000. Then the bond amountin...
Being Addicted to Crack-Cocaine
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...amounts. It is this dopamine which results to euphoria leaving the user experiencing a depressed and low feeling. When smoked it is absorbed faster in the body than when it is injected. The user may take around three days without sleep as they recover from the feeling. When used in a binge, crack cocaine leads to increased irritability, paranoia as well as restlessness. According to Woods (2008), these may cause full-blown... ? The Effects of Being Addicted to Crack-Cocaine al Affiliation: The Effects of Being Addicted to Crack-Cocaine Cocaine is a very addictive substance and those who take it end up being both psychologically and physically dependent on it to an extent of being unable to control their...
Accounting coursework
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...amount. Effectiveness Effectiveness indicates the successful accomplishment of the assigned employee’s assigned tasks, responsibilities, or goals. Mr. Joseph, store... March 5, Accounting_ work Task Efficiency Efficiency describes how well the employee performed the assigned job. For example, two employees were hired to do the same job. Mr. George, a neophyte or greenhorn employee finished the same assigned task within eight hours. On the other hand, a newly hired expert, Mr. William, was able to do the same job within five hours. Consequently, Mr. William efficiently did the same job within a favourably shorter time period (Chapman, 2011). Another example occurs when one task uses the lowest expense...
Tolerable Misstatement
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...amount of 2% is fairly low. In fact, Willis & Adams (3-2) indicates that a combined misstatement for current assets of 2% is immaterial while a combined misstatement of 5% or more is considered material. There is normally a high risk of misstatement for accounts receivable as there is a possibility... October Explanations to support Work Paper 3-8 ACCOUNT TOLERABLE MIS MENT EXPLANATION Cash and cash equivalents $100 Because of the cash is easy to verify and exist. Furthermore, the auditor will not challenge difficulty to audit it. Receivables, net $150 Receivables is related to income and therefore profits. Therefore, it is very important that the tolerable level for misstatement be kept low. The amount ...
The impact of the financial crisis on banking industry
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...amount of reduction in the amounts of disbursable funds, creating a negative effect on the level of investment in the economy. Also the lower level of investment is creating negative effects on the level of production and thus on the amounts of banking deposits (Bexley et al., 2011, p. 2). This paper is aimed at describing the effects of the financial crisis on banking industry. The issue and positive and negative externalities: The list of disturbed banks... on the watch list of the regulatory agencies is at a strangely high stage as well as is the absolute number of banks which are bankrupt and are forced to close. In 2009, the “Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation” failed almost 305...
Mini Project
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...amount of gas and oil that comes from fracking in US. The graph points the trend of oil fracking as compared to the total oil and gas production from 2005 to 2015. Prince, (2015) makes use of a line graph to present the information that clearly shows that energy production from oil and gases has been increasing annually, same as the energy from fracking. Graph 1: Showing oil production trend in US and associated fracking levels (WSJ, 2015). Graph 2: Gas production trend in US... Mini Project Question one: The use of graphs in presenting information Graphs are statistical tools that reveal the relationship between two or more research variables, each measured with and plotted along an axis at right ...
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