Examen


BADMINTON

Badminton is a racket sport played by either two opposing players (singles) or two opposing pairs (doubles).

The badminton court is rectangular and is divided by a net.

Players score points by hitting a shuttlecock with their racket so that it passes over the net and lands in the other side of the court.

Competitive badminton is best played indoors because shuttlecock is affected by wind. But badminton, as a casual recreational activity, can also be played outdoors.

Badminton has been an Olympic

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5. Discuss the two contraindications of Trikonasana.
Ans;1
. Avoid doing this pose if you are suffering from low or high Blood Pressure. As the flow of blood goes the opposite way it may become uncomfortable for someone suffering from Blood Pressure. 2. Any kind of neck injury. As the neck is tilted and is hanging downwards, further damage to the nerves and the muscles around the neck is likely.

6. Discuss the procedure of Pawanmuktasana. 
Ans: Procedure of Pawanmuktasana: lie down on you back on

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volleyball

MAIN RULES:
- You score a point when the opponent team can not return the volleyball over the net or prevent it from touching the court surface.
- You don’ t need to have the posession of the ball to score.
- The first team to score 25 points by a margin of two points, wins the set.
- The team that wins three out of five sets wins the volleyball match.
- There is no time limit for a volleyball match.
- There are two-minute breaks between each game; teams switch court sides after eachbreak.
- Team captains
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1.Main marketing concepts:

-Need satisfaction: is the element that motivates the Exchange process. This Exchange could be physical or not, being developed by relational marketing process. A need is a sensation of “lack of something”, a real state different of desired state for the consumer. When a need is detected, consumer is motivated to satisfy it by acquiring “products”. Needs are inside of human beings, so marketing CAN NOT create new needs, but develop different ways to satisfy them

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Alpha Company has a performance standard of 97 percent fill rate. Last month it achieved a 94 percent fill rate. This is an example of: A performance gap

Which of the following factors is a major change driver that supply chain managers are concerned about? Technology change, Regulatory changes and Global political changes.

Jones Company makes every effort to consistently meet the expectations of all of its customers. It is clear that Jones Company is focused on: Customer satisfaction.

Johnson Company

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Danza Rítmica

Corporal expression in science and art: -psychology, which uses corporal expression to help people with difficulties. This is done through psychodrama, a technique which aims to achieve a coherent personality and act as efficient therapy in patients with emotional problems.–pedagogy, which deals with corporal expression in Physical Education, since the body is not only a series of systems which need to work together and in balance, but also a vehicle of expression for communication with others.

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