We could say a person is famous when many people know him or her one exmaple of a famous person is tom cruise.There are many kiuds of famous people but we are going to organize them in two groups the people who deseerve being famous because the workerd a lot for it and people who dont lik belen esteban//first of all, we are going to talk about the advantages and the disadvanttages. On the other hand, you have much money that you can spend it in all you want, for example: in big houses, cool cars, etc. you have too many admirers that support you.you also have preferences in many things for example when you want to ho to an exclusive restaurant you are the first to come in.//on the other hand, you don’t hace much privacy and your life is public... Continuar leyendo "Fujjy" »
Old Opie Occasionally Tries Trigonometry And Feels Very Gloomy, Vague, and Hypoactive. Some Say Marry Money, But My Brother Says Big Brains Matter Most.
Describe the structure and function of a synapse. Include the role of the neurotransmitter, presynaptic membrane, synaptic cleft and postsynaptic membrane. Vesicular synapse Presynaptic membrane releases neurotransmitter, which binds to receptor proteins on the postsynaptic membrane, causing a change in the transmembrane potential of the receptive cell. Define CSF. What produces CSF? Describe the pathway of CSF flow through ventricles. Where does each ventricle lie in the brain. Clear colorless bodily fluid found in the brain and spine. Produced in the choroid plexus of the brain.... Continuar leyendo "Math 13" »
Unresolved issues after WWI, the Versailles Treaty being the main one. German resentment of the terms that the French insisted upon was an issue that pre-dated Hitler's rise to power but was also an issue he exploited. Additionally there were a number of territorial issues that followed the changes in national boundaries after WWI that caused problems such as the creation of Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia plus the dramatic reduction of the size of Hungary.
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* Another 'unresolved' issue was that both World Wars were mainly wars between Germany and Russia. The second world war was different as it had ideological (Nazism v Communism) as well as racial (Aryan v Slav) elements, but even many other countries were involved, the 'central' theme of both
The Cold War was a long period of tension between the democracies of the Western World and the communist countries of Eastern Europe. The west was led by the United States and Eastern Europe was led by the Soviet Union. These two countries became known as superpowers. Although the two superpowers never officially declared war on each other, they fought indirectly in proxy wars, the arms race, and the space race.
at yalta - The future of Poland was also discussed. Stalin wanted control of Poland, but the U.S. and U.K. were very much against it. Britain pointed out that they had entered the war in defense of Poland and could not accept anything but free elections in an independent Poland. Stalin reluctantly agreed to hold free elections within... Continuar leyendo "I can wait though" »
Chapter 17: Capital Structure: Limits to Debt
Investors view debt as a signal of firm value:
- If a firm has high level of debt, investors will think that the firm has high anticipated profits.
- If a firm has low level of debt, investors will think that the firm has low anticipated profits.
* The firm’s capital structure optimization: Marginal benefit of debt = Marginal cost of debt.
*Firms with high anticipated profits have lower expected bankruptcy cost; hence want to have more debt.
*If Managers want to fool investors:
- the more valuable firms will want to issue more debt than less valuable firms. The cost of extra debt increases with the amount of debt will prevent less valuable firms from issuing more debt than the more... Continuar leyendo "Corporate Finance sheet" »
ADJECTIVE COMPARATIVE SUPERLATIVE
LONG LONGER THE LONGEST
NICE NICER THE NICEST
HEALTHY HEALTHIER THA HEALTHIEST
HOT HOTTER THE HOTTEST
SHY SHYER THE SHYEST
ADJECTIVE COMPARATIVE SUPERLATIVE
EXCITING MORE EXCITING THE MOST EXCITING
BEAUTIFUL MORE BEAUTIFUL THE... Continuar leyendo "Superlative" »