# Describe the concept of participative management.

**BUSINESS**

**Describe the concept of participative management.**

The major concept in participative management is the idea that all of the people who work for a firm should have serious input into the way that the firm is run. This is a management strategy in…

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**THE BET**

**What is the rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution of the story “The Bet”?**

In order to determine the pieces of the story line for any story, you must be able to identify the main conflict. In this story, the conflict is between the lawyer and the banker. It is, the bet…

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**BUSINESS**

**Can someone help me put something on a 15 PowerPoint slides from motivational theoies to include…**

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs was published in 1943. Initially Maslow’s theory was applied to human motivation. Later it was extended to the human’s innate curiosity. The hierarchy is a…

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**BUSINESS**

**I am writing a paper and need some more input on the questions that I posted and some more…**

I can offer some bullet points: What are the job tasks; what specific tasks will the recruit need to do. What minimum skills? Where will the middle ground fall, and what are the maximum, higher…

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**OTHELLO**

**How might Othello end without the handkerchief scene?or you can say that, what would happen if…**

In the play Othello by William Shakespeare, one symbol, the handkerchief, acts as the “ocular proof” that Othello demands from Iago before condemning Desdemona. Othello seeks to “see” a piece of…

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**THE FRANKLIN’S TALE**

**What does The Franklin wear in The Canterbury Tales?I also need a picture.**

Unlike many of the other pilgrims in The Canterbury Tales, the Franklin’s clothing is not described in great detail. The only mention of his apparel appears at the end of Chaucer’s introduction of…

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**POETRY**

**explain some of the poetic devices used in the poem time by allen curnow?quickly please!!!!!!!!!**

could you provide the poem so I can help you out ? 🙂

**BUSINESS**

**Almost all managers are involved in business planning activities. Why planning is…**

Planning is essential not only for business managers, but for any profession. Imagine trying to get somewhere you do not know without a map? This is the principle of planning: To make a good map…

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**THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER**

**What are the fairy tale elements in “The Fall of the House of Usher”?**

Well, there are certainly lots of elements in this classic Gothic story that are reminiscent of a fairy tale or a ghost story. You might want to consider the isolated location of the House of…

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**ALGEBRA1**

**How it has to be the argument of logarithmic function?Need example, please!**

The argument of logarithmic function has to be positive, for the logarithmic function to exist. We know that the domain of logarithmic function is (0 ; +infinite) and the codomain is R (real number…

**SCIENCE**

**Determine the position of the extreme point of the curve in Cartesian coordinate system?y = x^2+5x+1**

First, we’ll have to determine the extreme point. For this reason, we’ll determine the critical point, which is the root of the first derivative of the function. We’ll differentiate the function:…

**AN OCCURRENCE AT OWL CREEK BRIDGE**

**What do you think the narrator looks like in “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge”?**

This is an interesting question because the story for the most part is told using the third person point of view. This means that the narrator is an exterior individual to the action and therefore…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**RelationshipsOnly two relationships are possible-to be a friend or to be an enemy. Assuming there…**

Are we talking about people here or about countries? For people, I think that there are other relationships. Surely the relationship of lovers or spouses is different than friends or enemies (even…

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**ALGEBRA1**

**What is the solution of equation? lg(x+1)+lgx=1+lg9**

We’ll write the number 1 as a logarithm: 1= lg10 We’ll apply the product property of the logarithmic sum: lg a + lg b = lg(a+b) We’ll impose the constraints of existence of logarithms: x+1>0…

**ALGEBRA1**

**Solve the equation 256^x – 17*16^x + 16 = 0.**

We notice that 256 is a power of 16. 256 = 16^2 We’ll raise both sides by x; 256^x = 16^2x We’ll re-write the equation: 16^2x – 17*16^x + 16 = 0 We’ll substitute 16^x = t: t^2 – 17t + 16 = 0 Since…

**SPEAK**

**I need an additional scene summary from the story Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson, while…**

If the question seeks to bring out the construction of an additional scene from the work, then I think that there are many different directions one can go. The novel ends with the idea of social…

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**BUSINESS**

**Need product ideas for a sales management classWe are to find a product to sell to a company, so…**

What about selling stuff to a car company? You could maybe sell them something like a built in GPS or a satellite radio system. I would think that you could find info about those and about any of…

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**HISTORY**

**What might have Pres. Wilson regretted? From world war 1 and the peace treaty**

What Pres. Wilson should have regretted was the poor way that he went about trying to get the Treaty of Versailles and the covenant of the League of Nations passed by the US Senate. Pres. Wilson…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**Does welfare work?Does welfare work?**

It is not possible to really say for sure if welfare works. First of all, it is necessary to define what exactly you mean by welfare in the first place. Do food stamps count as welfare? What…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**Why do people use offensive words?Why do people use offensive words?**

This is, to some extent, a matter of opinion. I believe that the use of offensive words is a type of aggression. If we look at the link below, we can see some suggestions as to why people might…

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**ALGEBRA1**

**What is the value of x in x+6 = 6square root(x-2)?**

We have to solve x+6 = 6* sqrt (x-2) x+6 = 6* sqrt (x-2) square both the sides (x + 6)^2 = 36( x – 2) => x^2 + 12x + 36 = 36x – 72 => x^2 – 24x + 108 = 0 => x^2 – 18x – 6x + 108 = 0 =>…

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**OTHELLO**

**In Othello, is Iago’s account of being passed over for promotion the main cause of his hatred of…**

You must be careful, when reading a play, not to be too quick to look for “certain” proof of a character’s motivation. You can certainly find all the evidence you might need for confirmation of…

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**LOOK BACK IN ANGER**

**What is the theme of Look Back in Anger?**

As with any work of literature, there are a dazzling array of possible themes that you could identify when examining this excellent play. However one theme that to me stands out clearly is that of…

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**TRIGONOMETRY MATH**

**Solve for x in (0 ; 360) : 2 tan x – 1 = -tan (-x).**

We have to solve 2 tan x – 1 = -tan (-x) Now we know that tan -x = – tan x 2 tan x – 1 = -tan (-x) => 2 tan x – 1 = tan (x) => tan x – 1 = 0 => tan x = 1 => x = arc tan 1 => x = 45…

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**ALGEBRA1**

**What are x values?log_x_2 + log_2x_2= log_4x_2 x,2x,4x are bases of logarithms**

We have to solve the equation: log(x) 2 + log(2x) 2 = log(4x) 2 Now log(a) b = 1/ log (b) a So we can write log(x) 2 + log(2x) 2 = log(4x) 2 => 1/log (2) x + 1/ log 2( 2x) = 1/ log 2 ( 4x) =>…

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**ALGEBRA1**

**How to solve the problem?5^square root(x-3)+7^square root(x^2-8x+15)=2**

Before solving the equation, we’ll impose the constraints for the square roots to exist. x-3>=0 x>=3 x^2 – 8x+15>=0 We’ll determine the roots of the quadratic: x1 = [8+sqrt(64-60)]/2 x1 =…

**SCIENCE**

**Are the processes by which paladium absorbs gases and the activated charcoal does, same ? if not,…**

Both materials can adsorb gases when in a finely divided state. This means the gas forms a layer covering individual particles and because the total surface area of the particles is very large then…

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**HISTORY**

**Why was the O.J Simpson murder trial dubbed the “Trial of the century”?Why was the O.J Simpson…**

To call the O.J. Simpson trial the “Trial of the Century” employs considerable hyperbole. It was, in fact, a sensational murder, and the defendant was a famous athlete and television personality….

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**What words offend people the most?What words offend people the most?**

When words offend people, they tend to make the people angry or to make them feel worse about themselves. I believe that the words that offend people most are the ones that reinforce existing…

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**GREAT EXPECTATIONS**

**How does ‘Great Expectations’ highlight sociological problems in relation to an individual’s…**

Disturbed by Victorian England’s frivolous upperclass that had little concern for those less fortunate, and concerned for the welfare of the increasing number of poor in London, Charles Dickens…

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**HISTORY**

**What were the political failures of Reconstruction from 1865 – 1877?What were the political…**

While the policies of Reconstruction did successfully convince southern states to apply for readmission to the Union, and provide a legal process to do so (The 10% Plan), and the Constitution was…

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**HISTORY**

**How did Reconstruction from 1865-1877 fail politically?How did Reconstruction from 1865-1877 fail…**

I think that there could be many explanations as to why Reconstruction failed politically. One stunning reality was that the frayed nation was not healed nor sufficiently unified. The stinging…

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**HAMLET**

**Hamlet as the ‘over reacter’Somebody said in class today that Hamlet simply over reacts to…**

Perhaps Hamlet acts rashly and impulsively when he kills Polonius, thinking that he is killing the king. Throughout the play, we see Hamlet as careful and reluctant to act. He wants to convince…

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**WHEN I HEARD THE LEARN’D ASTRONOMER**

**What is the meaning behind “When I Heard the Learn’d Astronomer” by Walt Whitman?**

Whitman’s tendency to assign primacy to the subjective experience is something that emerges from the poem. Whitman’s meaning is to explore how personalised, the idea of the individual experience…

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**THE CATCHER IN THE RYE**

**In The Catcher in the Rye, how does the conflict beteen Holden and Sally reflect two people with…**

Both Holden and Sally reflect being in different places in different times, and yet being in a relationship. Usually, such a configuration does not always work out for the best. This is no…

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**THE SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO**

**Describe the protagonist of “The Snows of Kilimanjaro.” What are three of his most important…**

Hemingway’s protagonist in the story is Harry, a writer facing his death from gangrene, the result of failing to put antiseptic on a scratch on his knee before it became infected. The majority of…

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**SCIENCE**

**“Do you agree or not that Object Oriented Programming basic paradigms like Abstraction,…**

According to my opinion I disagree with that statement that “Object Oriented Programming basic paradigms like Abstraction, Encapsulation, Aggregation, Composition, Inheritance, Polymorphism,…

**MATH**

**The sum of the squares of two consecutive numbers is 145. Find the numbers.**

The sum of the squares of two consecutive numbers is 145. Let the numbers be N and N + 1 Now we have N^2 + (N +1)^2 = 145 => N^2 + N^2 + 2N + 1 = 145 => 2N^2 + 2N – 144 = 0 => N^2 + N – 72…

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**MATH**

**Find the values of a if 2a – 5 < 5(a-1)**

Given the inequality: 2a -5 < 5 (a-1) We need to find all values of a that satisfies the inequality. First we will open the brackets. ==> 2a -5 <5a -5 ==> Now we will combine like…

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**THE CATCHER IN THE RYE**

**How does the conflict between Holden and Sally reflect two people with different characters and…**

Holden and Sally argue because Holden proposes that the two get married and run away together. The scene reveals that Holden is desperately lonely and in need of companionship. He is trying to…

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**MATH**

**If f'(x) = 8x^3 + 3x^2 + 2 , find f(x) if f(0) = -5.**

f'(x) = 8x^3 + 3x^2 + 2 We know that f(x) = integral of f'(x). ==> f(x) = intg (8x^3 + 3x^2 + 2) dx = intg 8x^3 dx + intg 3x^2 dx + intg 2 dx = 8x^4/4 + 3x^3/3 + 2x…

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**MATH**

**Prove that sinx * csc(-x) = -1**

sinx * csc(-x) = -1 We will use the trigonometric identities to prove the identity. First, we know that csc(x) = 1/sinx. ==> csc(-x) = 1/sin(-x) Now we will substitute in the identity. ==>…

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**HISTORY**

**What is the difference between a proper view of another culture and a distorted view of another…**

Almost any view of a culture other than ones own will be somewhat distorted. It is impossible to have an accurate portrayal of that culture unless one is completely immersed in it. Each person has…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**Why does cultural change occur?Why does cultural change occur?**

In order to talk about why cultures change, we first have to have some idea as to what culture is. Let us look at the definition of culture from the link below. It says that In social science,…

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**MATH**

**If h(x) = x^3+ x and g(x) = 2x + 3, then g(h(2)) = ?**

Given that: h(x) = x^3 + x g(x) = 2x+ 3 We need to find g(h(2)) First we will determine the values of h(2). ==> h(2) = 2^3 + 2 = 8+2 = 10 Now we will substitute into g(h(2) ==> g(h(2)) =…

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**MATH**

Given the expression: E = 5/k + (k+3)/(k+5) I am assuming that you need to write the expression as a single ratio. Then, we need to determine the common denominator. ==> E = 5*(k+5) / k(k+5) +…

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**MATH**

**Five numbers such that their mean is equal to their median. If 4 of the numbers are 14, 8, 16,…**

Given the set of numbers 14 , 8, 16, 14 , and x We know that the mean = the median. Let us arrange the numbers from smallest to largest. ==> 8, 14, 14, 16, x Since we so not know that value of x…

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**MATH**

**What is the x-intercept of the graph of y = x^2 – 4x + 4 ?**

Given the equation of the curve y= x^2 – 4x + 4 We need to find the x-intercept . We know that the c-intercept is the point where the curve y meets the x-axis. When the curve touches the x-axis,…

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**MATH**

**What is the equation of the circle with its center at (0,0) that passes through (3,4).**

Given that the center of the circle is the point (0,0). We know that the equation of the circle is given by : (x-a)^2 + (y-b)^2 = r^2 where (a,b) is the center and r is the radius. ==> x^2 + y^2…

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**DRACULA**

**What is the setting of the first part of Dracula?**

This novel is set during the Victorian Era, during a time of religious crisis. People who had been highly dedicated to the ideals of Christianity were suddenly presented with the ideas of Charles…

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