G during january, time tickets show that the factory labor of $6,000 was used as follows: job 1 $2,200, job 2 $1,600, job 3 $1,400, and general factory use $800. prepare a summary journal entry to record factory labor used. (credit account titles are automatically indented when amount is entered. do not indent manually.)
What was the immediate effect on the war when the united states entered world war i?
Answer: Jesse felt irritable, overwhelmed and frustrated as he entered the building.
Explanation: The basic rules for a list of three or more items apply here: each item is separated from the next by a comma, except the penultimate, which is joined to the last item of the list with the coordinating conjunction and. While there are contexts where a comma before and is acceptable, this is not the case because the word and is coordinating elements that belong to the same independent clause.
If the individual has entity theory, then it means that he or she has the thought or belief that his or her knowledge about things are unchangeable in a way that they are built that way and are already fixed. If the individual has lost the chess game and he has the entity theory, he would probably think that he has bad genes when it comes to playing chess.
There’s nothing that I dreamt of more,
Than to jump aboard a great big ship,
A telescope, a map, a sword, by my hip,
To feel the sea breeze in my hair,
To stroke my parrot on the wood chair,
To be bold and brave and happy as can be,
To trek and travel and sail the seven seas.
8 lines. Rhyme scheme aabbccdd. If I managed to write that in about 4 minutes, you could write something much better and longer in like 30 minutes. You can use my rubbish poem as inspiration lol. Good luck X
A DNA is composed of
groups called nucleotides. One component of nucleotide is the nitrogen bases.
The nitrogen bases are:
Adenine (A), Thymine (T), Guanine
(G) and Cytosine (C)
Where inside the
nucleotides the amount of these bases are,
amount of base A = amount
of base T
amount of base G = amount
of base C
So if the nucleotide is
composed of 28% base T then base A would also be 28% leaving us with 100 – 56 =
44% remaining composition.
Since base G and base C
has also same amounts, therefore it will contain 22% base G and 22% base C.
Here are the following effects of loose money and tight
money policies on the actions being listed.
A. A loose money policy
is usually implemented as an effort to encourage economic growth.
This can lead to inflation when uncontrolled. The effects are:
1. Borrowing becomes easy
2. Consumer buys more
3. Since more people are willing to buy,
4. Employment rate increases due to
expansion of businesses
5. Since more people are employed, thus
production also increases
B. A tight money policy is a course of action to restrict spending
in an economy that is growing too quickly or to hold back inflation when it is
rising too fast. This can lead to recession when uncontrolled. The
1. Borrowing becomes difficult
2. Consumer buys less
3. Since people don’t have a lot of
money, business don’t expand
4. Unemployment rate increases due to businesses
5. Production decreases
A pizzeria owner wants to know which pizza topping is least liked by her customers so she can take it off the menu. She used four different methods to find this information. Method 1: The owner asked every third customer to rate all the pizza toppings in order of preference. Method 2: The owner gave all customers a toll-free telephone number and asked them to phone in their topping preferences. Method 3: The owner asked the preferences of every other teenager who entered the pizzeria. Method 4: The owner reviewed the pizzeria’s complaint cards and assessed all complaints related to pizza toppings. Which method is most likely to give a valid generalization
Duration, tempo, intensity, scope, setting, and chronology are 6 basic attributes of time.
Duration refers to how long something lasts; tempo refers to how many frames per second there are; intensity can either be high or low, depending on action; scope can be extensive or limited, also depending on how much action there is; setting is the place where the movie is happening; chronology refers to the sequence of time events.
Question 12(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points) (04.06 MC) The Euros entered circulation in 2002. Which number matches the date? deux mille deux deux mille zéro zéro deux deux mille-deux deux milles deux Question 13(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points) (04.06 MC) Which number matches the date 1821? mille huit cent vingt-un un mille huit cent vingt et un mille huit cents vingt et un mille huit cent vingt et un Question 14(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points) (04.06 LC) Solve the addition problem: 70,000 plus 90,000 cent soixante mille cent six mille seize mille mille six cent
The Mughal–Persian Wars were a series of wars fought in the 17th and 18th centuries between the Safavids and Afsharid Empires of Persia, and the Mughal Empire, over what is now Afghanistan. The Mughals consolidated their control of what is today India and Pakistan in the 16th century, and gradually came into conflict with the powerful Safavids and Afsharids, led by Ismail I and Nader Shah respectively. Aside from Nader Shah’s invasion of the Mughal Empire, most of the conflict between the two powers were limited to battles for control over Kandahar.
Contents [hide] 1War of 1622–232War of 1649–533Nadir Shah’s invasion of India4Battle of Karnal5See also6References and notesWar of 1622–23Main article: Mughal–Safavid War (1622–23)
The Mughal–Safavid War of 1622–23 was fought over the important fortress city of Kandahar, in Afghanistan, between the Safavid empire of Persia and the Mughal empire of India. It resulted in a clear Persian victory.
Muhammad Ali Beg was the Persianambassador sent to the Mughal court of Jahangir by Abbas I of Persia, arriving in time for Muharram in March 1631. He remained there until October 1632, thus negotiating an end to the conflict between the Mughals and the Safavids.
Having secured crushing victories against the Ottomans, Shah Abbas desired to capture the strategic fortress on Kandahar since he had lost it in 1595. In 1605 the governor of Herat, Hosayn Khan, besieged the city but the tenacious defense of the Mughal governor, Shah Beg Khan, and the arrival in the next year of a relieving Mughal army to Kandahar forced the Safavids to retreat. With the conclusion of the Ottoman-Safavid War (1603-1618), Shah Abbas was secure enough for a war on his eastern frontier, so in 1621 he ordered an army to gather at Nishapur. After celebrating the new year at Tabas Gilaki in southern Khorasan, Abbas joined with his army and marched on Kandahar where he arrived on 20 May and immediately began the siege. Though Jahangir had information of the Persian’s movements he was too slow to respond, and without reinforcements the small garrison of 3,000 men could not hold for long against the superior Persian army.
The Emperor asked his son and heir apparent Khurram who was at Mandu in the Deccan to lead the campaign, but Khurram evaded the assignment fearing to lose his political power while he was away from court. The relief force the Mughal’s could assembled proved too small to raise the siege, so after a 45-day siege the city fell on 22 June followed shortly after by Zamindawar. After fortifying the city and appointing Ganj Ali Khan as governor of the city, Abbas returned to Khorasan via Ghur, subduing on the way troubling emirs in Chaghcharan and Gharjistan. The rebellion of Khurram absorbed the Mughal’s attention, so in the spring of 1623 a Mughal envoy arrived at the Shah’s camp with a letter from the Emperor accepting the loss of Kandahar and putting an end to the conflict.
War of 1649–53Main article: Mughal–Safavid War (1649–53)
The Mughal–Safavid War of 1649-53 was fought between the Mughal and Safavid empires in the territory of modern Afghanistan. The war began after a Persian army, while the Mughals were at war with the Janid Uzbeks, captured the fortress city of Kandahar and other strategic cities that controlled the region. The Mughals attempted unsuccessfully to regain the city from the Persians,What links hereRelated changesUpload fileSpecial pagesPermanent linkPage informationWikidata itemCite this page
There are 100 runners entered in a marathon. How many different groups of three runners can finish in first, second, and third? Does this problem involve permutations or combinations?