BUSINESS HIGH SCHOOL

John belongs to a labor union. He believes a few key people run the union by meeting secretly and making decisions without informing other members or allowing them to fully participate in the meetings. If John's suspicions are correct, the union is violating provisions of the __________ Act. A) Landrum-Griffin
B) Fair Labor Standards
C) Taft-Hartley
D) Wagner

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

The correct answer is A) Landrum-Griffin .

Explanation:

U.S. Law Against union corruption. With the official title of the Labor-Employer Information and Disclosure Law, you will have federal laws for union representatives that will embezzle the organization's funds or prevent union members from exercising their legal rights. The law was requested in response to Senate investigations that highlighted links between workers and organized crime. Among its provisions was the strict prohibition of exercising the secondary boycott (trade union initiative aimed at preventing an employer from dealing with another employer who is in turn subject to a strike or boycott) and greater freedom for each state in the country set the conditions of labor relations within its limits.


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HIGH SCHOOL

TBS Bikes has recently introduced a series of bikes called Surami. The core positioning of TBS Bikes is "speed." Surami is a five-gear bike, and apart from speed, the company promises to include other features such as safety, good performance, and pollution control features. This describes the ________ of the bike.

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Answer:

D) value proposition

Explanation:

A good brand value proposition should state all the benefits of your product or service since it is the promise that your brand (or company) is delivering to  potential or current customers in order for them to purchase your product or service instead of the competition's.

COLLEGE

J-Chron's board of directors periodically meets with the CFO of the company. The CFO reports on the financial status of a company project, after which the board inquires about the project's compliance with legally-required accountings principles. It asks no other questions about the project. Which of the following is true? A) The board is meeting all of its vigilance requirements. B) The board is not meeting any basic vigilance requirements. C) The board is meeting legally-required vigilance standards, but not necessarily those which would protect shareholders' interest. D) The board is not legally required to meet vigilance requirements.

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Answer:

The answer is (C) The board is meeting legally-required vigilance standards, but not necessarily those which would protect shareholders' interest.

Explanation:

Based on the question, it is clear that the board of directors is only ensuring that the accounting methods used to report the current company’s project are in line with any legal regulations that are applicable to the project. No questions in regards to the current progress of the project, such as how the budget is used; what it is used for; are the funds used appropriately, are being considered by the board. This means that the board is not carefully considering the shareholders’ interest, who might not be entirely on board with the project if it is not going as well as it should have, or if it is costing more than the value of the project itself.  

COLLEGE

Nathan packs 25 packs in 2 hours how many boxes he pack in his 8 hour shift

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Hey there!
Let's set up a proportion. Our unknown is x here, and x is defined as how my boxes Nathan can pack in a total of 8 hours.



Now, we can cross multiply. That gives us:
2x = 200
Divide both sides by 2 to get:
x = 100
Therefore, Nathan can pack 100 boxes in his eight hour shift.

Alternative method:
In the beginning, you could have simply noticed that if you multiply the 2 hours by 4 you would get 8 hours, and you could just multiply the 25 by 4 to get 100 boxes in 8 hours either way.

Hope this helps!
COLLEGE

Which of the following is NOT a key element in strategic planning as it is described in the text? a. The statement of cash flows. b. The statement of corporate objectives. c. The statement of the corporate scope. d. The operating plan. e. The mission statement.

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Answer:

(a) The Statement of cash flow

Explanation:

Income is ceaseless procedure where no vital vision is required. Since to run everyday activities you have to deal with the income so you can maintain your business admirably and productively.  

While for The statement of purpose, company's degree, articulation of corporate goals and organization's systems you should have vital arranging since it will show the region where corporate will run in future.

HIGH SCHOOL

In January, the interest rate is 5 percent and firms borrow $50 billion per month for investment projects. In February, the federal government doubles its monthly borrowing from $25 billion to $50 billion. That drives the interest rate up to 7 percent. As a result, firms cut back their borrowing to only $30 billion per month. Which of the following is true?

a. There is no crowding-out effect because the government's increase in borrowing exceeds rm's decrease in borrowing.
b. There is a crowding-out effect of $20 billion.
c. There is no crowding-out effect because both: government and firms are still borrowing a lot.
d. There is a crowding-out effect of $25 billion.

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Answer:

B, There is a crowding-out effect at $20,000,000

Explanation:

Crowding ot effect is an economic theory that shows that the more the public sector of an economy spends through borrowing, the lesser or non-existent is the ability of the private sector to borrow or spend. This is because there is a lot of deficit and this drives the interest rates higher. This goes on to affect the personal consumption of goods and services as well.

In the above question, because the government has increased its borrowing from $25 billion to $50 billion, firms wuld have to cut their own borrowing levels because it would require more than the usual amount to offset the loans the firms are used to taking seeing that interest rates have moved form 5% to 7%.

Cheers. I hope this is of help.

HIGH SCHOOL

--Which of the following are examples of the investment component of GDP? If the statement is an example of investment as it pertains to GDP, then drag and drop it into the \" Examples of Investment\" bin. If it is not, then drag and drop it into the \"Examples of Other GDP Components\" bin. Each item should be placed into a bin.1. Floatin Away Kayak Co. buys equipment to use in the factory2. The government purchases new military equipment3. all the econ consulting charges a foreign client $50,000 for services it already provided4. tanya buys a computer for personal use5. underfoot sneaker co. shoes are produced in the current time period but not sold in inventory

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Answer:

1. Floatin Away Kayak Co. buys equipment to use in the factory: EXAMPLES OF INVESTMENT, ANY NEW EQUIPMENT PURCHASED IS CONSIDERED INVESTMENT

2. The government purchases new military equipment: EXAMPLES OF OTHER GDP COMPONENTS, GOVERNMENT EXPENSES

3. all the econ consulting charges a foreign client $50,000 for services it already provided: EXAMPLES OF OTHER GDP COMPONENTS, EXPORTING SERVICES

4. tanya buys a computer for personal use: EXAMPLES OF OTHER GDP COMPONENTS, PRIVATE CONSUMPTION

5. underfoot sneaker co. shoes are produced in the current time period but not sold in inventory: EXAMPLES OF INVESTMENT, UNSOLD INVENTORY IS CONSIDERED INVESTMENT

COLLEGE

Prepare the journal entries for the issuance of the bonds in both 1 and 2. Assume that both bonds are issued for cash on January 1, 2013. 1. Enviro Company issues 8%, 10-year bonds with a par value of $250,000 and semiannual interest payments. On the issue date, the annual market rate for these bonds is 10%, which implies a selling price of 87 1/2. The straight-line method is used to allocate interest expense.
2. Garcia Company issues 10%, 15-year bonds with a par value of $240,000 and semiannual interest payments. On the issue date, the annual market rate for these bonds is 8%, which implies a selling price of 117 1/4 . The effective interest method is used to allocate interest expense.

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Answer:

Explanation:

The journal entries are shown below:

1. Cash A/c Dr $218,750       ($250,000 × 0.875)

Discount on bonds payable A/c $31,250

     To Bonds payable A/c 250,000

(Being bond is issued at a discount is recorded)

2. Cash A/c Dr $281,400     ($240,000 × 1.1725)

           To Premium on bonds payable A/c $41,400

           To Bonds payable A/c 240,000

(Being bond is issued at a discount is recorded)

MIDDLE SCHOOL

After asking coworkers to review a project plan, you receive feedback that it is difficult to understand all of the numeric data in the fourth paragraph. Your coworker thinks there is a better way to display the data so that the readers can easily compare it. You should add a _____. title

graph

photograph

reference

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Answer:

The correct answer would be option B, Graph.

Explanation:

There are many ways to represent data. Data can be represented in the form of tables, columns, rows, charts, graphs, etc. Out of these, graphs are the easiest way to represent data. Graphs consists of two axis. One is called the horizontal axis and the other is called the vertical axis. Data is written on these axis in relation with each other and then their relation is shown through connecting or separate lines on the graph depending upon the relationship. So in this question, if the colleagues are not able to fully understand the data in fourth paragraph, then the team leader should add a graph to make it simple for the readers and to better understood by them.

If your co worker is unable to understand the data a graph will be the best solution.

HIGH SCHOOL

What is the most recent publication of property and casualty Insurance License Exam Cram by Bisys Educational Services?

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Answer and explanation:

The most recent publication of the "Property and Casualty Insurance License Exam Cram" by Bisys Educational Services was on November 12th, 2004. The book is a guide for people interested in property and casualty insurance so they can have an idea of how the exam to get their license is going to be. The book provides concepts, laws, and state regulations that could be considered for the test.

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