## Accounting test-study guide

accounting test chapt. 1-3.docx   i need someone to look at these and help me get the answers so I can study for this test. Some might be answered but not correct. I am so lost

## In Figure P19.21, the cube is 45.0 cm on each edge. Four straight segments of wire — ab, bc, cd, and da — form a closed loop that carries a current…

In Figure P19.21, the cube is 45.0 cm on each edge. Four straight segments of wire — ab, bc, cd, and da — form a closed loop that carries a current of I = 5.80 A in the direction shown. A uniform magnetic field of magnitude B = 0.0200 T is in the positive y-direction. Determine the magnitude and direction of the magnetic force on each segment. (Please give the magnitudes to three decimal places.)

## W8 Assignment BA420

W8 Assignment “Interview”

# Interview

Conduct
an interview and document it.

During
this course we have learned about organizational culture and structure, we have
spoken of feedback and job types. As project that pulls together all concepts
from this course you will conduct an interview. Document the interview and draw
a conclusion in a short four to five sentence summary of the experience.

1.
create 8 to 10 professional and quality interview questions

2.
decide how you are going to document the interview (audio, video
or type)

3.
conduct the interview

4.
confirm that the interview was documented

5.
write the summary paragraph

6.

The
topic and interviewee are to be of your choice and should allow you to learn
something that will help in pursuit of your career.

## Help with microeconomics

 Money is a scarce resource. It is difficult to make ends meet when prices are so high. How do you spend your money? How do you justify this and what are some of the things you have forgone due to those choices? Remember to base your discussion on economic theory. Need reference need only 4 sentences Not copied need reference

## Retailing Maketing class DB

Please refer to the Weekly Assignments tab for this 2nd question for the week, where you’ll find all the details.

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REMEMBER: this is your first “serious” post.

…………. It will tell us how serious you are about learning the material in the class.  It will communicate a lot to me about your work ethic… are you sloppy? do you proofread & edit your work? do you follow directions? are you clear? are you informed? do you rely on personal opinion or FACTS (hint:  facts are usually much better than opinions!)? are you on time? do you wait to paraphrase what others have already said? you get the picture…..

## So, let’s have some fun while you learn to differentiate between these important types of cases. Now it’s your turn.

Now it’s your turn. Dmodel, contrary, borderlinerelated cases

antecedents, attributes, empirical referents, underlying assumptions and consequences

Model case

Antecedents:

Defining attributes:

Empirical referents:

Underlying assumptions:

## BA206 MacroEconomics Class

When an economy dips into a recession, consumers will often be relatively pessimistic about the future for an extended period of time. How will this pessimism affect the speed and strength of the recovery? Feel free to use the data of Exhibit 2 in your response to this question. Discuss.

## A flywheel having constant angular acceleration requires 4.00 {rm s} to rotate through 167 {rm rad}. Its angular velocity at the end of this time…

A flywheel having constant angular acceleration requires 4.00 {rm s} to rotate through 167 {rm rad}. Its angular velocity at the end of this time is 109 {rm rad/s}. Find the angular velocity at the beginning of the 4.00 {rm s} interval; the angular acceleration of the flywheel.Wo=alpha=

A flywheel having constant angular acceleration requires 4.00 {rm s} to rotate through 167 {rmrad}. Its angular velocity at the end of this time is 109 {rm rad/s}. Find the angular velocity at…

## A 1960-N crate hangs from the far end of the beam.

A 1280-N uniform beam is attached to a vertical wall at one end and is supported by a cable at the other end. A 1960-N crate hangs from the far end of the beam. Using the data shown in the figure, find (a) the magnitude of the tension in the wire and the magnitudes of the (b) horizontal and (c) vertical components of the force that the wall exerts on the left end of the beam.a) Find the tension in the supporting cable.(b) Find the components of the reaction force exerted on the boom by the hinge.