Many people have different views on what makes you an adult, wether it be age,experiences, or responsibilities. I personally believe that all of these need to take a part in becoming an adult. Not everyone becomes an adult, some people just chose to stay children there entire life and it is quite sad and pathetic in my opinion. To be an adult you need to be able to function properly on your own with no help what so ever. Age takes a big part in becoming an adult, you have to be a certain age in order to even experience some things it take to even take the steps to becoming an adult. You need to hit the fifteen milestone in order to start working, and then the sixteen milestone in order to start driving. After that come the “Big one” which is eighteen which some people consider themselves adults at this age. That would be incorrect, at the age of eighteen the best you can be is a young adult. In my opinion, until you reach the twenty-five milestone and there are no restrictions as to what you can and cannot do, only then can you attempt to be a complete and full adult. Sometimes people get thrown into the world of adulthood through experiences. wether it be traumatic or not this can cause you to start thinking and acting more mature than intended. This can be seen through, say a person losing a parent, this could cause that person to try and take over the role that was just lost. Now this doesn’t technically make you an adult but it is on the right road to becoming a proper adult despite what caused them to get to this position. This sets them up to know how to support themselves on there own when needed and start preparing for the future. Now in my opinion the most important part of being an adult is the responsibilities. An adult needs to be able to handle whatever life throws at you and…
Chapter 4 Solutions, 2nd Day
Exercise 4-6 (15 minutes)
Units transferred to the next department
Work in process, ending:
50,000 units × 60% complete
Labor and overhead:
50,000 units × 20% complete
Equivalent units of production
Cost of beginning work in process
chapter iCh. 4: This chapter is all about cells make and use energy.
4.4 – A chapter about cellular energy is really about the unit of energy that cells use: Adenine tri-phosphate (ATP). This molecules is really similar in makeup to a nucleotide. Figure 4-8 shows how ATP can be used over and over again. All of the energy is stored in on phosphate chemical bond, so you break it off to get the energy and put it back on again to store energy.
Technical terms to know: ATP, ADP.
4.5-4.10 – All…
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Web-based contracting provides an environment supporting scheduling,
controlling, regulating, analyzing, and auditing the procurement and
delivery of materials and services for construction in an electronic format.
By enabling online competitive bidding and improving the record-keeping
associated with the purchasing process, buyers will be able to quickly and
Recognition & Measurement in Financial Statements
• The process of including an item in the financial statements.
• Recognized with Words (Cash, Land), and Numbers (amount)
a. The Attribute to be Measured – recording the cost of the assets
• Historical cost (verifiable) – the amount paid for an assets and used as a basis for
Business Management- Chapter
3+4 Revision Questions
By Eliza-lee Fa’aosofia Tamati
What is a business plan?
A business plan is a written statement of the business goals and objectives, and the steps
to be taken to achieve them
Identify and briefly explain the different
sections in a business plan
1. An executive summary, one page document describing the
business and its objectives. This is usually prepared at the end of
the plan-writing process
2. An operations plan- outlining how the business…
Write about some of the ways Fitzgerald tells the story in Chapter 4 of The Great Gatsby
The chapter opens with Nick hearing more rumours about Gatsby and that “he killed a man once”. This adds to the reader suspicion of Gatsby and where he got his money; it is still not been revealed, however it foreshadows Gatsby’s criminal connections with Wolfsheim who has been involved in murders. Fitzgerald uses this to show the corruption within the upper class in the 20’s when it came to wealth and…
• Job satisfaction: pleasureable emotional state resulting from the appraisal of one's job or job
experiences -- how you feel about your job and what you think about your job
• Employees with high job satisfaction experience positive feelings when they think about their duties or
take part in task activities
• Employees with low job satisfaction experience negative feelings when they think about their duties or
take part in their task activities
Beyond the Black Cloud:
Looking at Lifecycles
hen you’re behind a bus that’s belching black clouds of exhaust,
you can’t help but think about the consequences of environmentally insensitive design. It’s easy to be disgusted by what the bus is
doing to air quality. It’s also easy to miss the fact that the billowing fumes
represent only a tiny fraction of the environmental impact of the bus. It’s
harder still to remember that the bus may also have major environmental
benefits, despite its obvious…
Chapter 4 Critical & Creative Thinking Questions
January 26, 2015
Chapter 4 Critical & Creative Thinking Questions
1. Sensation and perception are closely linked. What is the central distinction between the two?
The central distinction between sensation and perception would be the sensation begins with specialized receptor cells located in our sense organs (eyes, ears, nose, tongue, skin, and internal body tissues). When these sense organs detect stimulus…