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April 19, 2014

Posts by Tameika


Total # Posts: 43

Finance
You wish to leave an endowment for your heirs that goes into effect 50 years from today. You don’t want to be forgotten after you pass so you wish to leave an endowment that will pay for a grand soirée yearly and forever. What amount would you like spent yearly to ...

Economics
Sometimes, a bidder on a work contract may bid lower than what would maximize his/her profit from the contract and the reason for that is to create goodwill (to increase expected future business from the buyer). How would you value the goodwill that is obtained in this way?

Economics
Sometimes, a bidder on a work contract may bid lower than what would maximize his/her profit from the contract and the reason for that is to create goodwill (to increase expected future business from the buyer). How would you value the goodwill that is obtained in this way?

Economics
How is risk and uncertainty related in economics?

Accounting Math
A standard costing system is the traditionally used costing system. It has two main purposes: cost control and product costing. Standard costs are determined by accountants working together with other employees of the organization. Which employees outside of accounting do you ...

Math
How do you create a stem and leaf plot using data from a bar graph?

Math
Your large firm is about to change to a customer-centered organization structure, in which employees who have rarely had customer contact will now likely significantly influence customer satisfaction and retention. As part of the transition, your superior wants an accurate eva...

Math
What is the difference between exploratory and formal studies?

Business Math
A Competitive Coup in the In-Flight Magazine. When the manager for market intelligence of AutoCorp, a major automotive manufacturer, boarded the plane in Chicago, her mind was on shrinking market share and late product announcements. As she settled back to enjoy the remains of...

Computers
What is Snapshot Tracking Search Patterns?

Math
What is the difference of applied, basic and pure research? So my thoughts is applied research is done to determine something happens and applied research is the application of knowledge. Can you give an example of a question that would guide applied resereach versus the quest...

Math
I am having trouble finding an article that incorporates research of confidence intervals to market a new product. I will need to Summarize the information and suggest if is it wise to go ahead and market the product. Do you any suggestions on a article I can use?

Math Statistical Concepts for Research
I am having trouble finding an article that incorporates research of confidence intervals to market a new product. I will need to Summarize the information and suggest if is it wise to go ahead and market the product. Do you any suggestions on a article I can use?

Math Statistical Concepts for Research
what is repeated sampling?

standardized Testing
Is it possbile to score in the 100th percentile on a given standardized test?I would think no but why not?

Marketing
What lessons from McDonald’s success in the global marketplace are transferable across industries?

Marketing
What are the strategies for entering into the global market? What are some strengths and limitations?. Do you know a company who has done well in a global economy?

Sociology
what is the importance of identifying norms within a team and Why is clear communication considered an essential element during team developement?

psychology
Can you give examples perhaps in a work setting or even in society on contrasting differences between a dominat culture and subclulture?

BUS 610 Organizational Behavior
How does the Hawthorne study incorportate human resource functions?

social studies
I found the answer which was no thanks to this link. It involve a balance of risks and benefits.

social studies
How are public policy decisions made? Are the made based on what voters want? Are they made to avoid risk entirely or do they involve a balance of risk and benefits? Or do they include substantial risk? I am not sure.

science
The answer can be found in Section 10.4 Environmental Ethics, in Contemporary Environmental Issues.

science
I found the answer it is an environmental ethic.

science
Considering human beings as part of the natural web of life, rather than managers of it. What is this called?

science
Answer is yes

science
does it take 96 percent less energy to make an aluminum can from recycled materials than it does to process it from new materials?

science
I found the answer it is long-term pollutant exposure.

science
When chronic asthma is caused by air pollution what is this likely because of?

science
Yes it does found the answer

science
Do factors such as temperature, humidity, and air movement make it easier to analyze and measure air pollution?

science
What are some synonyms for the word remediation? I looked in the dictionary but do not see any comparsion to the words correction, deficiency or maintenance, assessment. Could any of these words be a A synonym for remediation?

Science
no it is not but it can help

science
How does deforestation and urban sprawl affect the food web?

Science
What waste disposal methods are available to humans and how might they be more effective. What initiatives or incentives could governments create to better equip citizens for managing their own waste?

Science
What are the main goals and strategies of green intelligence. Are they market based approaches that could save the planet?

Science
1. What is the question that this study aimed to answer? State the hypothesis that you tested. I completed the lab but I dont understand what it is that I am testing. The lab had me test fragmentation at 0,25,50 and 75%.Included Spiny Grass, Blue bunch wheat flower, deer elk,...

science
As we reach a possible peak in oil production, what alternatives are forming? Consider the role of OPEC, perhaps, in reorganizing and monitoring oil production. What do you think is the most viable way to address after effects of this possible peak?

Science
The global water cycle provides renewable water, but a number of factors affect how much freshwater is available for human consumption. Describe these factors and circumstances. When do human interventions in water availability pose serious problems to freshwater accessibility?

Science
1. What is the question that this study aimed to answer? State the hypothesis that you tested. I completed the lab but I dont understand what it is that I am testing. The lab had me test fragmentation at 0,25,50 and 75%.Included Spiny Grass, Blue bunch wheat flower, deer elk, ...

soc 120
3- relies on contradictory facts 5- it’s possible that an interest in politics caused Jessica to join the political science club 6-Just because Dasha satisfied two requirements of being a sage doesn’t necessarily mean that she satisfies all the requirements of being ...

soc 120
Questions 3 is misinterprets a key term

PHI103: Informal Logic
1. <21{7[1(07)]}> Cathy owes six overdue movies to her local video store. Since each of Cathy’s overdue videos is a comedy, only comedies are currently overdue at Cathy’s local video store. Which one of the following premises, if added to the statements above, ...

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