# What is the difference between added value and the profit of a business? Explain clearly.

**BUSINESS**

**What is the difference between added value and the profit of a business? Explain clearly.**

The biggest difference between profit and added value is that the former is much easier to quantify. Profit equals the cost of sale minus costs of production, transportation, and marketing. If a…

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**MATH**

**Solve the expression e = sina + cos a + sin2a + cos2a if cos a = -1/4 belongs to (pi, 3pi/2) .**

e= sina + cosa + sin2a + cos2a cosa = -1/4 ==> sina = sqrt(1-cos^2 a) = sqrt(1-1/16) = sqrt(15/16) = sqrt15/4 Since in 3rd quadrant, then: sina == -sqrt15/4 Let us rewrit: we…

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**MATH**

**Determine the circle radius if the circle is inscribed in a triangle wich has the sides lenghts…**

Let A be the area of the triangle P be the perimeter of the tirangle and r is the radius of the circlr: Then, we know that: A = r * P/2 Let us caclculateL P = 13 + 14 + 15 = 42 ==> p/2 = 42/2…

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**A DAY’S WAIT**

**What does Hemingway tell us about the Schatz’s character in “A Day’s Wait”?**

There are two kinds of things that Hemingway reveals about the boy Schatz in “A Day’s Wait.” The first is his relationship with the people in his world. He is trusting because he never questions…

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**MATH**

**If 3sinx = 2cosx determine the value of x.**

3sinx = 2cosx let us square both sides: ==> 9sin^2 x = 4cos^2 x……….(1) We kow that : sin^2 x + cos^2 x = 1 ==> sin^2 x = 1 – cos^2 x ==> Substitute in (1): ==> 9(1-cos^2 x) =…

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**TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD**

**In To Kill a Mockingbird, explain the kids’ experience when they attend church with Calpurnia.**

In general, I think the best way to answer this is to say that the two kids have a “how the other half lives” experience when they go to the First Purchase Church with Calpurnia. While they are…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**Should antibiotic use be banned in farm animals destined for slaughter and consumption by humans?…**

Depending upon who you talk to, you may get differing opinions. Those who use antibiotics on their animals would prefer to continue to do so in an effort to keep their livestock healthy and/or to…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**What is the Honeymoon period for presidents? What is the Honeymoon period for presidents?**

When talking about presidents, the term “honeymoon period” refers to a period of time at the beginning of the president’s term in office. This is a time when the president is still quite popular….

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**MATH**

**Find the solution for x = 6[(x-2)^1/2 – 1]**

x = 6[(x-2)^(1/2) -1} Therefore , x/6 = [(x-2)1/2 -1] (x/6)+1 = (x-2)^(1/2) square both sides (x/6+1)^2 = x-2 Multiply 36. (x+6)^2 = 36(x-2) = 36x-72 x^2+12x+36 = 36x-72 x^2(12-36)x +36 +72 = 0…

**MATH**

**Demonstrate if (1+x1)(1+x2)(1+x3)(1+x4)=1 . x1,x2,x3,x4 roots of x^4+x^3+x^2+x^1=0**

f(x)=x^4+x^3+x^2+x+1 = 0. x1,x2,x3 and x4 are the roots of the equation. To prove that (1+x1)(1+x2)(1+x3)(1+x4) = 1. Since x1, x2 ,x3 and x4 are the roots of the equation, f(x) = 0, we can write…

**HISTORY**

**How did the Allies pool their resources to win World War II?How did the Allies pool their…**

To me, the major example of the Allies pooling their resources was when the US provided war materials to the other main allies (UK and USSR) through the Lend-Lease program. I guess you could say…

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**MATH**

**Determine the second grade function if f(-1)=1, f(0)=1, f(1)=3.**

The second grade function is described by the expression: f(x)=ax^2 + bx + c f(-1)=1 f(-1)=a*(-1)^2 + b*(-1) + c=a-b+c a-b+c=1 f(0)=1 f(0)=a*(0)^2 + b*(0) + c=c c=1 f(1)=3 f(1)=a*(1)^2 + b*(1) +…

**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**Why is it that we create our own troubles by trying to meet the supposed expectations of…**

This is a matter of pure speculation and opinion, of course, so you may get a wide variety of answers. I’m not sure I really agree with your statement: I certainly don’t think all the troubles we…

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**KIDNAPPED**

**Uncle EbenezerIn your opinion, which are more important to the initial negative impression of…**

All three isn’t it?! I think certainly the fact that he is carrying a blunderbuss doesn’t do much to convey a sympathetic image to either David or the reader. In addition, of course we need to…

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**HAMLET**

**Hamlet: Consider instances where the struggle to act/procrastination is examined in the play.So…**

This could be quite a lenghty topic, so for a three paragraph paper, I would suggest choosing one instance of Hamlet’s struggling to act, so that you might adequately show what influences…

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**KIDNAPPED**

**Tidal islet of EarraidIn your recollection, who was stranded on the tidal islet of Earraid and…**

It has been a while, but don’t both David and Alan get washed ashore onto Erraid? Of course, David is stranded their by himself, whereas Alan and how ever many surviving crew there were row onto…

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**MATH**

**tg(-x) = 1 – 2tg x . Solve the equation in [0,2pi]**

tg(-x) = 1-2tgx tg(-x) = -tgx. So we rewrite the equation: -tgx = 1-2tgx. 2tgx-tgx = 1 tgx = 1 x = arc tangent 1 x = pi/4.

**HISTORY**

**What was the United States’s role in the emerging global community after 1990? What was the…**

After 1990, it really appeared that the United States would play the dominant role in the emerging global economy. At that point in time, the Cold War had ended and the United States had no…

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**MATH**

**Solve lg 1/2 + lg 2/3 + lg 3/4 + … + lg 99/100 .**

Following the property of logarithmic function lgx1+lgx2+lgx3+….+lgxn=lg(x1*x2*x3*…*xn) In our case: lg(1/2)+lg(2/3)+…+lg(99/100)= lg((1/2)*(2/3)*(3/4)*…*(98/99)*(99/100))=lg(1/100)=-2

**MATH**

**A circular cylinder is to fit inside a sphere of radius 10 cm. Calculate the maximum possible…**

Let r a be the radius of the cylinder and 2h be the height of the cylinder. and R be the radius of the sphere. Then the consder the points , O the centre of the sphere, the centre P of the top…

**MATH**

**In a right angle triangle solve the expression : sinpi/6 – cospi/3 .**

Let ABC be right angled triangle with angle B = 90 deg, angle A= pi/6 and angle C = cospi/6. Angle A+B+C = pi/6+pi/2+p/3 =( p1+3pi+2pi)/6 = pi which is inaccordance with the sum of the 3 angles…

**REFERENCE**

**Are mobile phones a boon or a curse?Are mobile phones a boon or a curse?**

Some of both. If your car breaks down on the side of the road, you can feel that they are a boon because you can call someone and get a tow truck or a friend to pick you up, etc. You can also look…

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**HISTORY**

**Why did the framers of the Constitution address the legal treatment of the accused in so many…**

This is because the Framers were really concerned with the government using criminal procedures to put people in jail for political purposes. They wanted to ensure that this would not be…

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**SCIENCE**

**Why is lead injurious to health?**

Lead is particularly dangerous to children, one of the first places that people found the effects, because of the fact that it inhibits the development of the nervous system and leads to all kinds…

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**MATH**

**What is the easiest way to find the line perpendicular to a given line?**

Lines that are perpendicular have slopes that are negative reciprocals of each other. What this means is if the slope for the first line is a/b the perpendicular line would have a slope of -b/a….

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**BUSINESS**

**What responsibilities do companies have to future generations or societies?**

I think that much of this answer is contingent on how one views the function of business stakeholders. On one hand, if management has a stake in the company, if they see the company as a…

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**LAW AND POLITICS**

**Can a person with dual citizenship vote in both the countries.**

A person who has a dual citizenship is a citizen of both the countries in reference. So he/she has all the rights that a citizen of each of the countries has. And this includes the right to vote as…

**MATH**

**Knowing f(x)=lnx-[2(x-1)/(x+1)] demonstrate that for x>1 lnx>[2(x-1)/(x+1)**

We’ve noticed that if we bring the paranthesis 2(x-1)/(x+1) on the left side of the inequality, which has to be demonstrated, is no one else but the function f(x) itself. So, we have to demonstrate…

**LEARNING**

**How do you compare positive reinforcement to negative reinforcements as applied to the classroom…**

see something of the world; he particularly remarked to Mrs. buy anacin. Cholmondeley, that, though I was a sweet creature enough, I had rather buy aygestin.

**LAW AND POLITICS**

Dual citizenship is, as the term implies, the situation in which a person is a citizen of two countries at the same time. Not all countries allow this. For example, if a person is born in the…

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**THE BOOK THIEF**

**Did anyone else wonder whether or not Liesel married Max?At the end, they rush to each other’s…**

how much older is max anywa?and I wondered the same thing…

**LAW AND POLITICS**

**How many years does an immigrant have to live in the US to become a US citizen?**

The general answer to this is that a person must live in the United States for five years before the person is eligible to become a US citizen. Please note that this is not technical legal advice,…

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**MATH**

**Determine the imaginary part of (1 + i*3^1/2)^3**

Using the formula (a+b)^3=a^3+3*a^2*b+3*a*b^2+b^3 (1+i*(3)^1/2)^3=1^3+3*1^2*(3)^1/2+3*1*((3)^1/2)^2+((3)^1/2)^3=1+3((3)^1/2)*i-9-3((3)^1/2)*i=-8 We could see that we’ve obtained a real number, so…

**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**Give an example of what an active/positive president would be like?Give an example of what an…**

I assume that you are talking about James David Barber’s classification of presidential personality types. If so, an active positive president would be one who tends to take action whenever…

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**ESSAY LAB**

Could you be more specific? Are you supposed to write a short story using these words? If so, the first thing to do is make sure you understand the meaning of the words. If there are any on your…

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**MATH**

**If f(x)=x^4 + 1 calculate x1+x2+x3+x4 and x1^2+x2^2+x3^2+x4^2.**

Using the Viete expressions, which are the connection between roots and coefficients of an equation: x1 + x2 + x3 + x4=0 x^2 + x2^2 + x3^2 + x4^2 = (x1 + x2 + x3 + x4)^2 – 2(x1*x2 + x1*x3 + x1*x4 +…

**HISTORY**

**Where might I find pictures that represent the culture of America?Where might I find pictures…**

If you are looking to represent America today, you need to think of that which describes out current America: economic woes, the TEA party, Green energy efforts, Obama, freedom, instant…

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**BUSINESS**

**An operations analyst suggested that company employees shared a “dump on the clerks”…**

This mentality refers to the idea that the company loads the most amount of work on the lowest rank of employees. It refers to the idea that the employees with the least amount of power in an…

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**MATH**

**Determine the solutions of the equation lg(x+1) – lg9 = 1 – lg(x)**

Let’s use some logarithmic rules before: 1=lg10 lgx-lgy=lg(x/y) x>0 Now, let’s solve the equation: lg(x+1)-lg9=lg((x+1)/9) 1-lgx=lg10-lgx=lg(10/x) lg((x+1)/9)=lg(10/x) From one of the properties…

**MATH**

**Which is the largest prime number?**

If you are referring to the largest “known” prime number, presently it is 2^ 37,156,667-1, an 11,185,272 digit number which was found in Sep 2008 by Hans-Michael Elvenich in Langenfeld near…

**SCIENCE**

A “tapeworm” is actually any one of a variety of parasitic flatworms that typically live in the intestines of vertebrates, in the case of humans the worm is often ingested in undercooked or raw…

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**SCIENCE**

Vertigo is a balance disorder. It can result in dizziness as well as a feeling of nausea and sometimes even vomiting. Vertigo is classified as either central or peripheral. Central vertigo can be…

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**SCIENCE**

A double blind experiment is one in which a specific technique is used to make sure that the researcher does not influence the subject to pick one choice or another. Take for example a taste test…

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**SCIENCE**

**What is the force exerted on a wall when a ball weighing 500g traveling at 10 m/s bounces off the…**

The speed of the ball as it approaches the wall is 10m/s. When it bounces off the wall there is a change in velocity of 20m/s. Now the change in velocity takes place over an instantaneous duration…

**THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW**

**Compare Ichabod Crane’s character traits to a famous character on tv or a famous person.Chaarcter…**

One renowned character from TV Land is Barney Fife of The Andy Griffin Show, who is deputy sherriff in the sleepy little town of Mayberry. Barney fancies himself knowledgeable on women, singing,…

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**THE CRUCIBLE**

**What is a form of symbolism in acts 3 & 4 of The Crucible?**

To me, the biggest form of symbolism you will find in the final acts of this excellent play is at the very end of the play, when John Proctor “confesses” and signs a testimony, which says that he…

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**JOHN F. KENNEDY**

**Could you analyze JFKs inagural address?Could you analyze JFKs inagural address?**

It is important that you consider the implications of the world at that time. JFK had just inherited an America who endured the Red Scare of communism and was gearing up to look toward new heights….

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**TO HIS COY MISTRESS**

**Discuss the specific point, effect, purpose the speaker has in mind with these uses of…**

In this classic poem, “To His Coy Mistress,” Marvell is warning the woman he desires that if there were endless time available to him, he would wait as she “plays hard-to-get” (as he sees it) and…

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**ROMEO AND JULIET**

**I need some techniques and examples used to show young passionate love, as well as old…**

Romeo and Juliet (including Romeo’s infatuation with Rosaline) are the characters that display young love, and their parents show the traditional “love” relationships in marriage during…

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**THE CASK OF AMONTILLADO**

**Can you think of any other stories, books, or movies that convey a similar theme as in “The Cask…**

I think one of the key elements of this excellent and spine-chilling short story is the fact that Montresor as a narrator is completely unreliable and clearly psychotic. This is a tactic that is…