1.List and describe four consultants who a professional builder may consult to establish a business financial plan.

Financial advisors – able to help you with conflicts which are you not able to solve

Accountant – recommend financial actions and complies with legal requirements

Book keeper – documents financial transactions

Another successful builder – able to give you advice on how to establish a well structured company

Financial backers – lend or provide credit on agreed upon conditions, such

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Notion of economic concentration The LDC has dealt with the control of economic concentrations. The provision thus refers to any “stable change of control of the whole or part of one or more companies” as a result of a series of operations: merger, acquisition of control of the whole or part of another company,. Article 8 LDC delimits the scope of application of the Law to concentrations on the basis that one of the two following circumstances is present:

● That as a consequence of the concentration

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Chapter 3

1. What are the 4 view of  ethics ?

- Individualism View

- Moral Rights View

- Justice View

- Utilitarian View

2. What is the difference between cultural relativism and universalism ?

Cultural Relativism

–>Is it ethical in cultural context ?

–>Yes ..then OK

—>there is no one right way to behave

—>ethical behavior  always determined by cultural context

—>  so long as local laws/customs followed, child labour is OK


–> Not ethical in Canada ? –

–>No ..

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going to fly and be sprinkled. (bloody – too graphic) He’s so graphic because he wants to make people afraid of what could happen to them. However, there’s a way they can avoid going to hell. God is giving you the opportunity to reconvert and go back to him; go back to religion. You must reconvert to acquire salvation.CONSEQUENCES OF THE GREAT AWAKENING:  Ecclesiastical: more people went to Church and believed in the institutions again. For this 
reason, there was a split in the Church

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MESSAGE PROCESING Processing applies to the short-term attention paid to mkt communication and what follows in the brain. It occurs with each exposure to a message from the brand.
ATTENTION-Unconscious processing: is automatic, which deals unconsciously with signals from our senses. Most of the unconscious attention will not lead to a full processing of a message.-Conscious processing calls upon the association already in explicit memory (consciuos memory) to help interpret the signals for
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propaganda definition-the technique of influencing human action by the manipulation of representations. these representations may take spoken, written, pictorial or musical form.

difference between persuasion and propaganda-if the message benefits speaker is propaganda, if the message benefits speaker and audience is persuasion.

gliterring generality-associating something with a virtue word, used to make us accept and approve the thing without examining the evidence. this use is so pervasive that

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1.What happened after Roger approached the first nurse at the hospital?

She stopped smiling and looked very frightened.

2.What did the second nurse do after she heard Roger’s name?

She turned pale and her right hand started to tremble

3.Why was the young man at the table next to Roger trying to console his wife?

Because their baby was dead

4.How did the young man and his wife influence Roger?

He decided to return to the hospital to see his child.He was happy that his child was aliv

5.Describe Roger Button’

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Explain the significance and key people or parties involved/impacted:

  1. 4 Main Causes of WWI
    Nationalism- Pride of one’s national identity. Cultures wanted to develop without foreign interference.Imperialism- Colonies are turned into “empires”. Competition between nations.Militarism- The development of stronger forces against competitors.Alliances- Triple Entente- Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy.Triple Alliance- Britain, France and Russia.

Why did the US join the War?

Violation of the “Sussex

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Operation on a Process

  1. Process creation:  A user requests, and already running process can creates new processes. Parent process creates children processes using a system call, which, in turn create other processes, forming a tree of processes.
  2. Process pre-empting:  A process pre-empted if I/O event or timeout occurs. Then process moves from running state to ready state and CPU loads another process from ready state to running state, if available.
  3. Process blocking: When a process needs I/O event
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GLACIERS: Glaciers cover 10% of the continnental surface at present.Glacier rfer to a thick mass of icethat moves over land.Ice floe is different. There are two types: .Alpine glaciers:Are found in mountain ranges at high elevations. Are confined by the mountain valleys that surround them. Continental glaciers:Also known as polar ice sheetss, cover enormous areas in polar regions. These glaciers are not confined by topography.
PARTS OF ALPINE GLACIER: The cirque is the uppermost section, has a rounded
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