1. Describe the difference between an ideal battery and a real battery. Describe what happens as a result of drawing too much current from a real battery. Be sure to use the terms internal resistance and terminal voltage in your response. 2. Describe the charging and discharging of a capacitor […]
There is a significant disparity between economically advantaged and disadvantaged nations. In some countries, people live on about $1 per day and the populations are malnourished and illiterate. Reasons for such contrasts among nations are population growth, absence of natural resources, colonialism, corruption, and the lack of freedom and education. […]
Question #1 Scenario: Aminata and Ezra are discussing the effects of globalization as a form of modernization or Westernization of the world. Aminata points out all of globalization’s class and commercialized aspects—including the ubiquitous McDonald’s and Levis—that have negative effects on local cultures. For example, Western nations often purchase rainforests […]
Question 1: Let’s discuss intangibles, which can be amortized over their useful lives. Please state some examples of intangibles and state their useful lives. Question 2: Why do companies issue bonds when they can issue stock? What are the advantages in issuing bonds?
Suppose that you are a salesperson for one of the products or services listed below. (If possible, choose one that has not been selected by one of your classmates. However, depending on the size of the class, overlap may be unavoidable.) Personal computers Carpet Financial planning Clothing Moving services Life […]
The area of social psychology is very broad with many experiments. One famous experiment is the Stanford Prison Experiment conducted by Philip Zimbardo. View the video trailer( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKW_MzREPp4)for the Stanford Prison Experiment documentary Finally, go to the slide show (http://www.prisonexp.org/the-story )on the Stanford Prison Experiment . After going through the slides (it is somewhat […]