How to Operate Your Lawn Mower Dear Customer: The lawn mower you just purchased was designed with ultimate precision and care. You are about to use a mower designed for professional lawn mowing facilities and individuals with experience in the fields of gardening, agriculture, floral design, architecture, mechanical engineering, and most importantly the field of art science. If you lack the knowledge and experience listed above then continue reading, if not then there is no reason for you to be reading the instruction sheet and you should consider putting it away. For those of you still reading you must follow all instructions directly and pay close attention to each one. In order for this instructional outline to be of the greatest value to you, you must read it giving your full attention to every aspect of the mower operating process. The mower you have just purchased is a top of the line, ultra sharp, ultra quiet, ultra high-powered model. This mower is unsafe without proper knowledge of the machine and it’s accessories. If you attempt to use this mower without reading the instruction sheet first, serious injury or death may occur. Always remember to use proper safety precautions before beginning the mowing process. Proper safety precautions include wearing eye goggles, protective gloves, denim pants down to the ankle, and thick-toed shoes. You must remain at least three feet away from the mower blades at all times and you must oil the motor once, before the first use, and again every six months, in order to ensure that the mower runs smoothly and properly. To oil the motor you must first flip the mower upside down. This, at first, may seem inconvenient and uncomfortable, but rest assured you are very safe as long as you remain at a distance of three feet from the blades at all times. Once you have your mower flipped you must drop seventeen individual drops of oil onto the axle, while still remaining a safe distance of at least three feet from the mower blades. Once all seventeen drops of oil have safely made it from your provided oil dropper into the mower’s axle, you may flip your mower back into the upright position. Keep in mind that while flipping your mower back into the upright position, you must also remain a safe distance of at least three feet from the mower blades. Once your mower is oiled and ready to run you must check the gas chamber for excess or minute amounts of gas. The “max fill” line is located one inch below the brim of your gas chamber. It is recommended that you fill your gas tank roughly ½ inch below the “max fill” line, in order to ensure the safety of you, your family, your generation, and your world. After the gas tank is filled to ½ inch below the “max fill” line you are ready to turn on your mower. To turn on your mower you must first find the “fuel injection” button located at the front of the mower. Press this button three to five times and wait fifteen seconds. Once you have waited fifteen seconds for your fuel to be
rock to run over so it carries the mud faster down the creek.
There are many things that you can do to practice conservation.
1. Turn your refrigerator down. They account for about 20% of the household electricity use.
2. Set your clothes washer to warm or cold water setting, not hot. It uses too much CO2 whenever the setting is set to hot.
3. Make sure your dishwasher is completely full whenever you use it. Turning off the dry automatically function saves 20% of electric. This means to not run…
organization: the corporate level and the business
unit level. Strategies provide the broad context within which one can evaluate
the optimality of the elements of the management control systems discussed in
Chapters 4 through 12. In Chapter 13 we discuss how to vary the form and
structure of control systems in accordance with variations in corporate and
business unit strategies.
Although we often refer to the goals of a corporation, a corporation does not
have goals; it is an artificial being with…
Overbooking –accepting more reservations than capacity
available, assuming that a certain percentage of customers
will not show up or will cancel prior to using the service
Example: A regional airline that operates a 50-seat jet prices the ticket
for one popular business flight at $250. If the airline overbooks the
reservations, overbooked passengers receive a $450 travel business
flight voucher. The airline is considering overbooking by up to 2 seats,
for commerce and public policy
“Way of thinking” to help understand how the economy and society work, assists in guiding decisions
“Study of economic activity” – decisions about how to use our resources
“The study of how society manages its scarce resources”
Time and human capital
Physical and financial assets
Not sufficient resources to satisfy people’s wants
Means decisions need to be made about how to use available resources
Consist of a model and a hypothesis (prediction)…
banking, hotels, retail, wireless comm, doctor’s services)
**Layers of a Product – made up of core actual augmented
-Core Product: all the benefits the product will provide for consumers or business customers (ex- a lawn that neighbors envy – people are not envious of mower)
-company must ask, “what is the customer really buying?” (ex- buying an iPad is buying more than a tablet, you buy connectivity, entertainment, etc.)
-Actual Product: the physical good or the delivered service that supplies…