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  • Patterns Portfolio - 532 Words
    The in this unit titled "Patterns" we learned and covered a lot of things. Some of the key concepts we went over are In and Out tables, order of operations, summation notation, consecutive sums, conjecture and proof, geometry, recursive functions, positive/negative numbers and algebraic expressions. We used in and out tables to organize data so that we can see patterns. By organizing it and looking at the in then the out it made it easier to find a pattern. Orders of operations were used to...
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  • Why Conclusion Is Important in Term Papers Writing
    Why Conclusion is Important in Term Papers Writing Conclusion is the last part of any type of paper, usually a college term paper comprised of three main parts introduction, body and finally conclusion. The conclusion of a term paper should be well written because as it is the last part of a paper so it should have a lasting impression on readers and audience. It is an integral part of any study as it sums up important arguments and its evidence to support and proves the thesis statement....
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  • Accounting Project - 721 Words
    FirstLine Cases, Inc. Chap 3 Analytical Thinking Question 1 Table 1 The objective of the first question is to determine the amount of manufacturing overhead cost by using activity-based costing for FirstLine Cases, Inc. It is based on 6 activities cost pools, which are purchasing, material handling, production orders and setups, inspection, frame and assembly and machine-related. Expected activity is categorized into producing standard briefcases and specialty briefcases. As you see in...
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  • Important Qualities of a Co-worker
    Mankind has lived in groups ever since its appearance to survive and nowadays work together to accomplish different objectives more efficiently and flawlessly. Thus, each member in a group has to have important qualities as a co-worker. Responsibility, cooperativeness and respect are the key qualities of a co-worker that improve the performance of the group. First of all, responsibility is an important quality that co-workers should have. Each member should have their own task to complete....
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  • Fame and Positive Aspects - 593 Words
    Advantages and disadvantages of being famous (essay) - Wady i zalety bycia sławnym (rozprawka) Almost everybody would like to be famous. It is commonly thought that extremely popular people do not have to face any problems and lead careless lives. We can watch them on the news, we can see their photos in the newspapers and wish we could be them – rich, talented and admired. Yes, we are jealous because we would like everybody’s attention to be focused on us. It seems that we can see only...
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  • maths - 2420 Words
    NATIONAL SENIOR CERTIFICATE NASIONALE SENIOR SERTIFIKAAT GRADE/GRAAD 12 MATHEMATICS P3/WISKUNDE V3 NOVEMBER 2013 MEMORANDUM MARKS/PUNTE: 100 This memorandum consists of 14 pages. Hierdie memorandum bestaan uit 14 bladsye. Copyright reserved/Kopiereg voorbehou Please turn over/Blaai om asseblief Mathematics P3/Wiskunde V3 2 NSC/NSS – Memorandum DBE/November 2013 NOTE: • If a candidate answered a question TWICE, mark only the first attempt. • If a candidate...
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  • My Computer Science Project
    Programs on C++ Akshay Kishor Chauhan XI-Bliss Roll No. :- Three Acknowledgment I would like to express my special thanks of gratitude to my teachers as well as our principal who gave me the golden opportunity to do this wonderful project, which also helped me in doing a lot of Research and I came to know about so many new things. I am really thankful to them. Secondly I would also like to thank my parents and friends who helped me a lot in finishing this project within the limited...
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  • Narrative Assignment - 305 Words
    NARRATIVE ASSIGNMENT Tommy and his wife,Janny were a lovely couple.Tommy was a successful entrepreneur while his wife was a housewife.Tommy often brought his wife went to oversea together when he had a business at there. “Dear,I want go to Australia for a month,can you go with me?”Tommy asked Janny.But Janny couldn’t went with him because she wanted to take care her sick mother.Tommy made a decision went to Australia alone....
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  • Scope of Business Organization - 384 Words
    “Scope of Business Organization” Section A Mr. Akram is working as Management Training Officer Grade II in Habib Bank Limited. He has joined the bank two months ago against a contract of 5 years. The terms of this contract states that if he resigns from this post before 5 years then he is required to refund a sum of Rs. 500,000 and all the training fees. His father Ansar Ali is running an auto workshop from the last 40 years. One day his father faces an accident and dies. Being the only son of...
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  • Living Home vs Living Away Home
    ALEJANDRO CASTELLANOS PAVÓN LIVING AT HOME VS LIVING AWAY FROM HOME Have you ever think on living away home? Or you prefer to live at home with your family? A lot of people, mainly students, have this question in mind. But to answer it is better to made a balance between what you will find living away and what you have living at home; but it is a difficult task because you will find a lot of differences and similarities in both situations. One obvious difference is food. Food is a...
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  • Explication - 274 Words
    The best way to sum up Club Denali is in the first paragraph when the author says, “The ten-minute Denali show runs heavily to images of thundering avalanches, storm-flattened tents, hands deformed by horrible frostbite blisters, and grotesquely twisted bodies being pulled from the depths of enormous crevasses. Like the military’s VD movies, the Denali show is graphic enough to make even the thickest skin crawl. As a tool for promoting sensible behavior, it would appear that it’s also just...
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  • Sum of Gp - 696 Words
    What is the closed-form expression for the below sum of Geometric Progression (GP) sequence, S n ? S n  a  aR  aR 2  ...  aR n (1) where R is called the common ratio (between consecutive terms) of the GP sequence. The reason why we want to derive a closed-form expression for S n is for the sake of calculating the summation, or otherwise we need to add all terms one-by-one together, which does not make a sense if the number of terms is huge, say a million terms! Most...
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  • TOEFL TPO 24 - 406 Words
    There is a hotly debated issue of that whether it is more important to work quickly and risk making mistakes than to work slowly and make sure that everything is correct, and the topic of people's view on the correlation between speed and accuracy can be approached from several different angles due to its complexity. Some people tend to prefer to work quickly, while others seem to prefer work cautiously. After deeply deliberating over this issue, I also develop my own point of view. I favor the...
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  • role of student in pakistan movement
    MATH 371 - Summer 2008 Notes on Undetermined Coefficients Undetermined Coefficients So far, we have learned to solve second order linear homogeneous differential equations. We now introduce a method for solving nonhomogeneous second order linear differential equations. That is, equations of the form y + p(x)y + q(x)y = r(x) where r(x) is not necessarily 0. We will be considering the special case where the coefficients are constant (so p(x) = b and q(x) = c, say), and where r(x) is a sum of...
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  • If I Had a Million Dollars
    If I Had a Million Dollars “The life I touch for good or ill will touch another life and that in turn another, until who knows where the trembling stops or in what far place my touch will be felt.” ( Buechner, 1926) If I had a million dollars I would lend a hand to others and donate to charities. I choose to help others because it makes people feel good about themselves, it feels good to help others, and it will set an example for my children to give to someone in need. Helping others makes...
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  • Impact of Sleeping Habits on the Academic Peromance
    Chapter 3 Methodology This chapter shows the research procedures that were used in the study. These are the following sections: 1. Research Design 2. Respondents of the Study 3. Research Instruments 4. Administration of the Instruments 5. Statistical Treatment of Data Research Design This study used the descriptive method of design in order to find out the Impact of Sleeping Habits on the Academic Performance of grade 6 students. This research shows how the...
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  • Division and Teamwork Team - 346 Words
    Teamwork Team means “Together Everyone Achieves More”. Teamwork is the ability to work together towards a common vision. Teamwork is all about caring for each other. Teamwork is everywhere. The individual efforts result in a level of performance that is greater than the sum of those individual efforts. Weaknesses of one member can be supported by stronger members who will make the results better and more effective than a person doing it individually. Without teamwork you would not be able to...
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  • My School Library - 346 Words
    A Breath of Fresh Air The ghost of Madam Nee Babrax Kaur would indeed be very ecstatic without any shadow of doubt with the way our school’s library looks today. A walk down memory lane would certainly remind us of how the library looked before and the drastic transformation it has undergone today. With what looked like a rustic old library now outlines a contemporary look with a touch of sleekness. From the Cedar countertop all the way to the little grafitis hanging on the walls really does...
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  • Arithmetic Progressions - 379 Words
    Arithmetic Progressions (AP) An arithmetic progression is a list of numbers where the difference between successive numbers is constant. The terms in an arithmetic progression are usually denoted as T1 , T2 , and T3 , where T1 is the initial term in the progression, T2 is the second term, and so on. Thus, Tn is the nth term of the arithmetic progression. An example of an arithmetic progression is…. 2; 4; 6; 8; 10; 12; 14; Since the difference between successive terms is constant, we...
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  • MS Access - 310 Words
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  • Differentiation vs. Low Cost Provider
    The first type of strategy we will discuss is the differentiation strategy. Differentiation strategy can be defined as a business strategy in which a company tries to gain a competitive advantage by providing a unique product or service, or providing a unique brand of customer service. This strategy is usually associated with charging a premium for the product often to reflect the higher production costs and extra value added features provided for the consumer. Differentiation is about charging...
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    MUET JULY 2012 SPEAKING 1st Booklet Your collage is organising a youth seminar. You are invited to submit some relevant topics for the seminar. Discuss which of the following is the most relevant topic for the youth seminar i. 'Graduating with a degree can help one's future' ii. 'Young people should serve their community' iii. 'The importance of teamwork' iv. 'Being optimistic' MUET JULY 2012 SPEAKING 2nd Booklet Discuss which of the following is the most important factor...
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  • Toshiba Ome Works - 430 Words
    Toshiba Ome Works Informations : Production time per day = 7.5 hours = 27.000 seconds Output per day = Production time per dayTime needed to make 1 laptop = 27.000120 = 225 units Total time needed from Ws #1 to Ws #8 = 843 seconds Total time needed from Ws #1 to Ws #10 = 1258 seconds (sum of task times) Total time needed in Ws #2 = 114 seconds (consider as longest time needed before the Ws #9) Total time needed in Ws #9 = 310 seconds Total time needed in Ws #10 = 105...
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  • Unit 5 Analysis Pentium Flaw
    Martin P. Sarmiento Assignment Unit 5 Analysis Pentium Flaw PENTIUM FLAW Intel’s company engineers discovered the problem in updates to the chip. However, it was not until a mathematician Thomas Nicely (of Lynchburg College in West Virginia) discovered the flaw during the summer/ fall of 1994 that it got in the news. He was computing the sum of the reciprocals of a large collection of prime numbers on his Pentium-based computer. Checking his computation, he found the result differed...
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  • Esguerra vs. Villanueva - 583 Words
    ESGUERRA V. VILLANUEVA Facts Appeal from a decision of the Court of First Instance of Pangasinan. Esguerra executed a lease in favor of de Guzman in Esguerra-Gueco Building in Dagupan City. Beginning July 1961. However, de Guzman failed to pay his rentals for February to August 1962, and de Guzman’s mother executed a promissory note. However, the mother failed to comply with the same. A suit then commence, however, it was settled through a compromise agreement. PhP 2,260 was paid which...
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  • Statistics - 677 Words
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  • Examples in Special Products - 371 Words
    SPECIAL PRODUCTS (Examples) • Products of the Sum and Difference of the Same Two terms (x + y)(x − y) = x2 − y2, we have: 1. (s+2t)(s−2t) = (s)2− (2t)2 = s2 − 4t2 2. (7s + 2t)(7s − 2t) = (7s)2− (2t)2 = 49s2− 4t2 3. (12 + 5ab)(12 − 5ab) = (12)2 − (5ab)2 = 144 − 25a2b2 • Square of a Sum of Binomials (x + y)2 = x2 + 2xy + y2, we have: 1. (5a + 2b)2 = (5a)2 + 2(5a)(2b) + (2b)2 = 25a2 + 20ab + 4b2 2. (3x + 10y)2 = (3x)2 + (2)(3x)(10y) +...
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  • Aaasdasd - 368 Words
    DIRECTIONS for question: Answer the questions independently of each other. (1312-1 p) 1. If the numbers obtained by using all the digits 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, without repetition, are listed in the increasing order of their magnitude, the 313th number will be (1) 341526 (2) 432561 (3) 312456 (4) 351246 (Your Answer: 4) 2. Spending र422, Ranjit bought 35 pens from among three varieties of pens - A, B, C. If each pen of varieties A, B, and C costs र10, र8, and र15 respectively, and Ranjit...
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  • Adas - 520 Words
    Arithmetic Sequence Word Problem HELP? A child is creating a pyramid with building blocks. The top three levels include 3 blocks, 7 blocks, and 11 blocks. Part 1: How many blocks would be needed for a pyramid 25 levels tall? (5 points) Part 2: Use complete sentences to explain how a sum of an arithmetic series was applied. (4 points) Source: 1.) Starting May 1, a new store will begin giving away 500 posters as a ...
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  • It 210 Week 4 Check Point 1
    1 Declare CountAge As Integer 2 Declare SumAge As Float 3 Declare Age As Float 4 Declare ParticipantAverage As Float 5 Set CountAge – 0 6 Set SumAge – 0 7 Write “Enter one age. Enter 0 when done.” 8 Input Age 9 While Age > 0 10 Set CountAge = CountAge + 1 11 Set SumAge = SumAge + Age 12 Write “Enter an participant age. Enter 0 when done.” 13 Input Age 14 End While 15 Set ParticipantAverage = SumAge / CountAge 16 Write “Your age...
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  • Math Lesson Plan - 563 Words
     Kindergarten, ELA Workshop Model Lesson Plan Standards Addressed: K.CC.A.1- Count to 100 by ones and by tens. 1.NBT.A.1 -Count to 120, starting at any number less than 120. In this range, read and write numerals and represent a number of objects with a written numeral. 2.OA.C.3- Determine whether a group of objects (up to 20) has an odd or even number of members, e.g., by pairing objects or counting them by 2s; write an equation to express an even number as a sum of two equal...
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  • Assignment 1: Logic - 605 Words
    Problem: You are playing Guess Your Card with three (3) other players. Here is what you see: Andy has the cards 1, 5, and 7 Belle has the cards 5, 4, and 7 Carol has the cards 2, 4, and 6 Andy draws the question card, “Do you see two (2) or more players whose cards sum to the same value?” He answers, “Yes.” Next Belle draws the question card, “Of the five (5) odd numbers, how many different odd numbers do you see?” She answers, “All of them.” Andy suddenly speaks up. "I know what I...
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  • programiing - 923 Words
     Programming Exercises 1: Write a program that creates an array with 26 elements and stores the 26 lowercase letters in it. Also have it show the array contents. 2: Use nested loops to produce the following pattern: $ $$ $$$ $$$$ $$$$$ 3: Use nested loops to produce the following pattern: F FE FED FEDC FEDCB FEDCBA Note: If your system doesn't use ASCII or some other code that encodes letters in numeric order, you can use the following to initialize a character array to the...
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  • The Nature of Algebra Through Observational Logic
    According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary (2013), mathematics defined is “the science of numbers and their operations, interrelations, combinations, generalizations, and abstractions and of space configurations and their structure, measurement, transformation, and generalizations.” One of the principal reasons for studying mathematics is learning to solve problems and think critically. Such is the case for the numbers game, Guess Your Card, which requires you to figure out what numbers are on...
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  • Bill French Case - 386 Words
     Bill French Case 1. What are the assumptions implicit in Bill French’s determination of his company’s break-even point? He has assumed that there is only one break-even point for the firm’s three products by taking the average. Labor Union will not affect the product prices no effect on the break-even analysis. Constant dividends were given to stockholders. Production of product “A” will be decreased and the other hand product “C” capacity will be increased. Sales price will be...
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  • Proposed Systems - 307 Words
    S Y S TEM /S P R O P O S A L Com puterized PayrollSystem  What is a payroll? o Payroll is the sum of all financial records of employee,wages,bonuses and deductions. o In accounting,payroll refers to the amount paid to employees for services they provided during a certain period of time. Target U ser/Client  Our main target in this project is the Municipal Hall of Tanza,Cavite Reason for choosing the project  To save client’s time  To improve efficiency and accuracy of informations...
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  • Bluej Menu Driven Program
    Menu Driven BlueJ Program on Odd, Even and Perfect Numbers The question here is that, Write a BlueJ program which will ask the user to enter a choice and based on the choice the following operation will take place. if choice=1; then sum of even nos. from the series of 10 nos. if choice=2; then sum of odd nos. from a series of 10 nos. if choice=3; then it will check whether the no is perfect or not from a series of 10 nos. Codes of the Menu driven BlueJ Program import*;...
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  • Minutes of Meeting - 770 Words
    Association of Ubakala Indigenes NY, NJ and CT branch. Minutes of Meeting held 5/1/2011 by Chief and Lolo Obi and Juliet Ezeigbo. Venue 128 Graybar Dr N. Plainfield NJ 07062. Time- 4pm. Started 5.35 pm. Date- 5-1-201.1 Attendance: 1. Mr and Mrs. Joseph and Caro Ndumele. 2. Mr and Mrs Cyril and Ngozi Amadiegwu. 3. Mr and Mrs Nathan Ebele Enwerekonwe. 4. Mrs Patience Ndumele. 5. Lolo Juliet Ezeigbo. Apologies: Uzuoma Chioma Okechukwu Imeogu Eric Ndumele Innocent Ndumele...
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  • Rain Man - 456 Words
    Troubled life of car dealer Charlie learned of the death of his father. After the funeral, lawyers announced that the will, Charlie only got an old car, and his brother have never seen a succession of 300 million estate, Charlie immediately went looking for aggrieved brother. Raymond Raymond lived in a long-term nursing home. A child he was suffering from severe autism, all day immersed in the fantasy world of self, abnormal behavior, be regarded as an idiot. In particular, he was afraid the...
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  • Orders of Magnitude and Assistant Administrative Officer
    Exam Name: AAO (Assistant Administrative Officer) Conducted By: LIC Topic: Quantitative Aptitude 1. In a division sum, the divisor is 10 times the quotient and 5 times the remainder. If the remainder is 46, the dividend is: (1) 4236 (2) 4306 (3) 4336 (4) 5336 2. If 1.5 x= 0.04 y, then the value of (y-x) (y+x) is: (1) 730/77 (2) 73/77 (3) 7.3/77 (4) 703/77 3. An employee may claim Rs. 7.00 for each km when he travels by taxi and Rs. 6.00 for each km if he drives his own car. If...
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  • Nahmias Chapter Selected Question Solutions
    SOLUTIONS TO SELECTED PROBLEMS FROM NAHMIAS’ BOOK CHAPTER 2 FORECASTING 2.13 Fcst 1 Fcst 2 Demand Err 1 Err 2 Er1^2 Er2^2 |Err1| 223 210 256 33 46 1089 2116 33 289 320 340 51 20 2601 400 51 430 390 375 -55 -15 3025 225 55 134 112 110 -24 -2 576 4 24 190 150 225 35 75 1225 5625 35 550 490 525 -25 35...
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  • Linear Equation - 295 Words
    1 ) The sum of the digits of a two-digit number is 7. When the digits are reversed, the number is increased by 27. Find the number. 2 ) A passenger jet took three hours to fly 1800 miles in the direction of the jetstream. The return trip against the jetstream took four hours. What was the jet's speed in still air and the jetstream's speed? 3 ) These circles are identical. What is the value of x ? 4 ) Solve for x using these two equations: 2x + 6 = y; y - x = 2 5 ) The perimeter and...
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  • Number and Rs. - 1790 Words
    _____________Download from Powered By © JbigDeaL____________ NUMERICAL APTITUDE QUESTIONS 1 (95.6x 910.3) ÷ 92.56256 = 9? (A) 13.14 (B) 12.96 (C) 12.43 (D) 13.34 (E) None of these 2. (4 86%of 6500) ÷ 36 =? (A) 867.8 (B) 792.31 (C) 877.5 (D) 799.83 (E) None of these 3. (12.11)2 + (?)2 = 732.2921 (A)20.2 (B) 24.2 (C)23.1 (D) 19.2 (E) None of these 4.576÷ ? x114=8208 (A)8 (B)7 (C)6 (D)9 (E) None of these 5. (1024—263—233)÷(986—764— 156) =? (A)9 (B)6...
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  • sports and games - 347 Words
    Paragraph On Importance Of Games and Sports Posted in Essays, Paragraphs and Articles by Anurag Roy On August 27, 2013. No comments There goes a good proverb—”All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy“. Games and sports are not only important for success in studio but it is important for success in every walks of our life. Games and sports include all outdoor and indoor games and also athletics. In ancient Greece they formed the principal part of education. In the advanced countries of the...
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  • Bonus and its Determination - 680 Words
    Bonus meaning: Something given or paid in addition to what is usual or expected. a. A sum of money or an equivalent given to an employee in addition to the employee's usual compensation. b. A sum of money in addition to salary that is given to a professional athlete for signing up with a team. Definition of 'Bonus' 1. Additional compensation given to an employee above his/her normal wage. A bonus can be used as a reward for achieving specific goals set by the company, or for dedication...
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  • Peacefull Uses of Nuclear Energy
    // Biggest of three numbers echo "Enter three numbers " read a b c if [ $a -gt $b -a $a -gt $c ] then echo " A is big " elif [ $b -gt $c ] then echo " B is big " else echo " C is big " fi OUTPUT [1csea56@local host~]$ sh 3 4 9 C is big [1csea56@local host~]$ sh 7 5 2 A is big RESULT: Thus a program has been written in the UNIX successfully to find the biggest of three numbers and the output is verified....
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  • Money Is Happiness - 347 Words
    Money can bring happiness, do you agree or disagree? ( within 300 words, at least 250 words; IELTS for GENERAL TRAINING) As the most significant symptom of wealth, possessing a large sum of money has become a unique pursuit of many people, especially young generation, around the world. They are convinced of that happiness can bought by sufficient money. However, they could neglect the fact that happiness is not just determined by one factor but many others such as your friends, relatives, and...
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  • Operations Research Paint Company
    Introduction Globesco Inc. is a local paint manufacturer which develops, produces and distributes various types of paints in the Philippines. It has been in the industry for over 50 years and has established itself as one of the major players in the industry. Globesco currently carries three brands of paint namely, Sphero, Manor and Canadian. Sphero is the flagship brand of Globesco while Manor and Canadian caters to mid-level and low-level income class, respectively. Each of these brands has...
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  • S3 First Test 2
    Hong Kong Taoist Association Tang Hin Memorial Secondary School S.3 Computer Literacy (2013-14) First Test Question-Answer Book Date: 28 October 2013 Time: 8:40-9:20 (40 min) Instruction: 1. The full mark for this paper is 100. 2. Attempt ALL questions. 3. Write down ALL the answers in this Question-Answer Book. 4. The Question-Answer Book consists of 15 pages. Name: Solution Class: Class Number: Mark: Section Marks Full A 30 B 6 C 10 D 9 E 8 F 8 G 10 H 8 I 6 J 5 Section...
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  • ecological footprint reflection - 444 Words
     The results of my ecological footprint quiz were that I was living an ecologically conscientious lifestyle, and I would need only 0.52 Earths. My highest consumption had been in the food footprint. I also noted that I had a really high travel distance annually, which was at approximately 5,000km, due to a long travel to and from my university. I believe that the results reflect my lifestyle. I would say that I am pretty "eco-friendly." When I go grocery shopping, I bring my own bags...
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  • B&K Case Solution
    2. How much value is generated from cost savings associated with the project? In order to answer this question, we need to pay attention that all the revenue we used should be the number before tax, then Cost Baseline-Cost Upside=Net Income of Upside-Net Income of Baseline+ Revenue of Baseline-Revenue of Upside=693492, which is the value gathered from cost savings in five years. 3. How much value lies in improved revenues? As shown in the Excel above, the improved revenue accumulated in...
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  • How to turn on the vibration on Timex Expedition WR 100M?
    01_ch01_pre-calculas11_wncp_tr.qxd 5/27/11 1:41 PM Page 23 Home Quit Lesson 1.4 Exercises, pages 48–53 A 3. Write a geometric series for each geometric sequence. a) 1, 4, 16, 64, 256, . . . 1 ؉ 4 ؉ 16 ؉ 64 ؉ 256 ؉ . . . b) 20, -10, 5, -2.5, 1.25, . . . 20 ؊ 10 ؉ 5 ؊ 2.5 ؉ 1.25 ؊ . . . 4. Which series appear to be geometric? If the series could be geometric, determine S5. a) 2 + 4 + 8 + 16 + 32 + . . . The series could be geometric. S5 is: 2 ؉ 4 ؉ 8 ؉ 16 ؉ 32...
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  • Scheduling of the Central Security Checkpoint
     Date 11/10/2013 42401 Project Assignment 1 Scheduling of the Central Security Checkpoint GAMS and Excel This report has been generated using GAMS as the solver and then Excel to process and visualize the results. In GAMS, two sets has been used. One set for the shifts, and another for the timeslots. Since in GAMS it is not allowed to have “.” or “,” in a set name, the timeslots has been denoted 4:30=45. A...
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  • Speech - 495 Words
    Good Morning respected teacher, and my dear class fellows. I am here to share with you all a product which could be very helpful to all the teachers, students and even the corporates. But before I begin with the details about this product, I want to ask a few questions from you all. Do you feel uncomfortable carrying your heavy books, registers, handouts and other notes, all the time to your classes? Have you ever forgotten your important notes at home and not having them during lectures? Don’t...
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  • Kristie Cookies Solutions - 363 Words
    Kristin’s Cookie Company Solution This is what the process looks like. [pic] 1. The capacity of the system is based on the output of the bottleneck. The bottleneck is the oven, which can process 60min/10min = 6 dozen orders per hour. This assumes one-dozen order sizes. 2. The throughput time is the sum of the processing times for each of the steps. This equals 8+10+5+2+1=26 minutes. 3. In a four-hour shift you can produce the hourly capacity for each hour....
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  • Sales & Purchase Agreement Sample
    Provisional Agreement For Sale and Purchase This AGREEMENT is made on Oct2010 AMONG the first party __________________ (ID: ) of ____________________________________ Kln. (hereinafter called “the Vendor”) and; the second party _________________________ (ID: ___________________) of ______________________________________________(hereinafter called “the Purchaser”). NOW IT IS HEREBY AGREED as follow: - 1. The Vendor agrees to sell and the Purchaser agrees to purchase, subject to...
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  • 9 Element of Brand Positioning
    Brand Postioning: brand positioning means emphasizing on distinctive characteristic of a product that makes it different from competitor’s product and it appeals to the public. It is the sum of total that differentiates one brand from another. Root Strength: It is the original product, value or belief that made a brand great and on its basis brand is now growing. Brand root strength may be a format of a product, distinctive features in a product. For example Sony’s first commercial product was...
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  • The Definition of an Ideal Mate - 460 Words
    The Definition of An Ideal While we may sometimes differ in what our own definitions of what an ideal mate would be like, there are perhaps, some features which we would all appreciate such a mate to have. At the end of the day we may discover that our ideal mate is not a perfect person, but that they do possess qualities which make them perfect for us. An ideal mate is definitely one who not only loves us, but who cherishes us too. When you cherish someone you appreciate them to the hilt...
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  • Death of a Salesman - Willy and Biff Conflict
    In Death of a Salesman,a drama by Arthur Miller, presents the conflict between to main characters, the traveling salesman, Willy Loman, and his son Biff. This discord is founded in the fact that each man is faced with the impractical ideals placed on them by the other. This leads to the subsequent shattering of Willy and Biff's hopes. Willy chastises his son on numerous occassions. However, his scoldings fall deafly on Biff's ears because he has learned of his father's...
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