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Which sentence uses commas correctly? Carl could rope ride and herd for the ranch. Carl could rope, ride, and herd for the ranch.



Which sentence uses commas correctly? Carl could rope ride and herd for the ranch. Carl could rope, ride, and herd for the ranch.

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Carl has a piece of toast that has jelly on one side, and he dropped it twice. both times, it landed with the jelly side up. if he drops it two more times, what is the probability that it will have landed jelly side up a total of three times? one over four one over three one over two two over three



Carl has a piece of toast that has jelly on one side, and he dropped it twice. both times, it landed with the jelly side up. if he drops it two more times, what is the probability that it will have landed jelly side up a total of three times? one over four one over three one over two two over three

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Carl rogers described a person as psychologically well adjusted if he or she ___________. behaved consistently across time and situations


The right option is; a. they are usually written in first person.

A diary is a daily record of personal experiences. A diary contains discrete records that are arranged by date stating what has occurred daily, or other period. A personal diary may contain personal experiences, feelings or thoughts while a journal is a daily record of activities, ideas or observations on any event or things. A journal may also contain personal experiences, feelings, or thoughts. In journals and diaries, the writer may write events from their perception using the first person such as “I”.

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Who was the astronomer who worked at a space observatory trying to find signs of life on other planets and later helped NASA plan several crewless missions to explore the solar system? A. Jonas Salk B. Carl Sagan C. John F. Kennedy D. Carrie Chapman Catt


An entrepreneur would most likely be a person who works well alone [C]. He is a person who decides to invest his money to open a business, create jobs, and get more benefits from her investments.  

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An entrepreneur is a person who is self-motivated, flexible, passionate, and able to work alone. He likes to make networking and open new access to other business opportunities. An entrepreneur also believes in the project he does and keeps his perseverance to go on for working in all kind of conditions.  

Here are seven characteristics of an entrepreneur:

• Self-motivated

An entrepreneur is someone who can push himself to gain success. He needs to be dedicated to the plan. He needs to keep moving forward on behalf to get his success.  

 

• Understand what he offers

An entrepreneur has to know what is needed and wanted by the market to be able to sell his product or service. It includes the ability to know where he fits in. It also requires an entrepreneur to know himself whether he is as high-end, middle of the road, or bargain.  

 

• Risk-taker

An entrepreneur has to be a risk-taker. It is useless to own a business and make an investment if he doesn’t want to take a risk. Playing safe would get him nowhere.  

 

• Open new networking

Networking plays an important role in entrepreneurship. Being able to open a connection to others and recognize partnership chance can take an entrepreneur a long way as the owner of a business.  

 

• Basic money management knowledge and skills

Having an accountant or team members to manage daily income, an entrepreneur has to understand the basic skill of money management. Understand how money works will make an entrepreneur know where he stands.  

 

• Passionate

An entrepreneur has to be passionate about what he does. They understand their product and know how to market it. Passion is something that will keep an entrepreneur motivated when he is discouraged.  

 

• Flexible

Changes and so does the business. To stay on top of the industry, an entrepreneur has to be flexible in various conditions and ready to adopt.

LEARN MORE:  

If you’re interested in learning more about this topic, we recommend you to also take a look at the following questions:

1. Which methods of evaluating a capital investment project use cash flows as a measurement basis? brainly.com/question/13034173  

2. Managerial accounting is an activity that helps managers determine costs of products and services, plan future activities, and compare actual to planned results brainly.com/question/3815117  

KEYWORDS: entrepreneur, characteristic of entrepreneur, business

Subject: History

Class: 10-12

Sub-chapter: Entrepreneurship  

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Sometimes readers of poems equate the speaker with the author. In Carl Sandburg’s poem “Grass” why do readers know that the speaker cannot be the author? The speaker is given a specific name. There seems to be no speaker in the poem. The speaker is clearly dead. The speaker is the grass.


The structure of the lines creates a tone that reflects restlessness and change. Blank verse gives the poem a natural, narrative flow, while the iambic pentameter gives it a rhythm that sounds like action and movement. The run-on, or enjambed, lines and those that end a sentence mid line (caesura) create a feeling of starting and stopping, of lingering and darting, that echoes the poem’s celebration of travel:

I cannot rest from travel: I will drink

Life to the lees: All times I have enjoy’d

Greatly . . .

The reader has to extend “I will drink” to the next line to see the enthusiasm of “Life to the lees.” Then the reader must stop with the new sentence and again stretch enjoy’d to its amplifying modifier Greatly.

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Carl. put $1.10 in his piggy bank every day in the month of July. His total savings was $55 at the end of June. hat is the best estimate for Carl's savings at the end of July


Carl. put $1.10 in his piggy bank every day in the month of July. His total savings was $55 at the end of June. hat is the best estimate for Carl’s savings at the end of July

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Read the following excerpt from the poem “Grass” by Carl Sandburg: Pile the bodies high at Austerlitz and Waterloo. Shovel them under and let me work— I am the grass; I cover all. Which aspect of this poem most clearly marks it as a work of Modernism?


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When at a restaurant, it is critical to use proper etiquette and be super polite to the waiters, waitresses, and all the other staff members. Cleaning up the dishes, wiping off the tables, writing down your extensive order, remembering which table has what order, and cooking it takes a long time to do, and you should be thankful they don’t spit in your food when you’re rude!
These people don’t earn very much money for their work, either, so a 15% tip makes a humongous difference to them! A majority of dine-in restaurant workers (and all of fast food workers) only earn minimum wage, which is about $7.25 an hour. Whether they’re saving up for something like college, a house or apartment, a car, or if they’re just trying to get by, no one (or very few people) would choose to do this as their ‘dream job’. Yeah, maybe drive-throughs don’t always get your order right, but you can go back immediately and get it fixed – sometimes even for free!
And be sure to say your please and thank you’s, because they appreciate politeness and manners just as much as you do. Ever get treated badly by a doctor or an associate at a store like Walmart or Lowes? Well, even if you haven’t, it feels bad, and might leave you in a bad mood for the rest of the day. The same goes for them. If you’re nasty to whoever is serving you, it’ll hurt their feelings and will result in their ability to give you their best to decrease.
As for the restaurant cooks (or food prepare-ers), there was once a cook who worked at a 24 hour pancake place. The pancakes he made kept coming out soggy or burnt, and everyone had to wait a long time for each one. The reason none of his pancakes were good, was because he had been there for 36 hours with only one short nap.
So remember, the next time you’re at a restaurant or a store (or anywhere really) there are real people, just like you, with feelings, just like you, who are trying. They are real people who deserve just as much respect as you.