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1. What do you understand by the word interlacing in connection with display terminals? Explain its importance. 2. What do you understand by raster scanning? Why is it preferred to the storage tube in the display of graphics information? 3. Explain the following terms: (a) Screen buffer (b) Scanning 4. Explain the factors which inhibit the use of very high resolution and a large number […]
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Prakash Ventures Ltd issued 80,000 shares of Rs 10 each to the public for the subscription of its share capital, payable at Rs 4 on application, Rs 3 on allotment and the balance on first and final call. Applications were received for 80,000 shares. The company made the allotment to the applicants in full. All the amounts due on allotment and first and final call […]
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A.What is the main feature of LIFO? B. Write a note on financial analysis of inventories. C. The liability of every shareholder is (a) Unlimited (b) Limited to unpaid amount of face value of shares allotted (c) To the extent of company liability (d) None of the above D. The control and management of the company is in the hands of (a) Board of Directors […]
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At the end of the year 2012, an organisation had a factory on a piece of land measuring 10 acres, office building containing 50 rooms, 50 personal computers, 50 office chairs and tables, 100 kg of raw materials. All these assets were disclosed as mentioned above in the balance sheet. Using accounting concepts, you are required to comment on this approach.
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One of the authors (PM) grew up in a largely Irish and Italian neighborhood where extended families continued to exist but were spread out over several blocks. Many adult men worked on the nearby waterfront and congregated in the neighborhood bars after work. Their wives, wives unmarried sisters, and mothers spent many daytime hours working together and visiting without having to walk more than a […]
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A. Prepare notes on: a. Role Conflict b. Role Ambiguity c. Role Overload d. Stagnation, Erosion and Inadequacy in case of role. B. Explain how the organisational structure can challenge role performance. C. What is boundary-spanning? How can that help improve performance? D. What is role analysis? Explain how that can help reduce role conflict and role ambiguity. E. Differentiate role making from role taking.
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1. Which one is a core aspect of Neo-classical organisation theory? (a) Human relations and human behaviour (b) Production efficiency (c) Technical excellence (d) Situational variables 2. Which type of organisation design do the neo-classicists suggest? (a) Tall structure (b) Complex structure (c) Flat structure (d) Departmental structure
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1. Teachers are required by law to intervene in cases of violence or aggression. 2. The first steps involved in responding to fighting or bullying are to stop the incident, protect the victim, and seek assistance.
External link to The clients who collaborated with Kim Etherington had undergone sustained sexual abuse in childhood,
1. Briefly explain the computerised product cycle in the manufacturing environment. 2. What are the functions that get benefited by the use of computers in design and manufacturing functions? 3. Define CAD. Explain the reasons for adopting CAD in an engineering organisation. 4. Explain with an example various steps in the modern design process. 5. Explain the following steps in the design process: Problem View […]
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Prosecution You are a prosecutor closing a case against a man charged with murdering his wife. Although the defendant claims to be a recovered alcoholic, you have the option of bringing in character witnesses who can testify to his violent behavior while he drank. You believe that this evidence will guaranteea conviction. You know that the defense will protest this evidence as irrelevant, but you […]
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1. When does an omission constitute an act for purposes of criminal responsibility? 2. What is the difference between the MPCs definitions of acting purposely and acting knowingly? 3. According to the MPC, when does a person act recklessly? Negligently?
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1. What are the differences among prostitution, solicitation, and patronizing a prostitute? 2. What is the difference between pimping and pandering? 3. What forms of legal gambling exist today, and under what circumstances?
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1. Why are parents and guardians more liable for child abuse than others? 2. What are some ways that social workers can respond to child neglect? To child physical abuse? To child emotional maltreatment? 3. Who is usually the perpetrator in elder abuse cases, and why?
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Accomplice Liability You are a police officer and are the first to arrive at the scene of a bank robbery in progress. You are able to catch and arrest the robbers. Once they are in custody and you begin interviewing witnesses for additional information, you discover that the teller who received the holdup note personally knows two of the robbers. She informs you that several […]
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If I Cant Have You Bertha shot and killed her husband and his lover after discovering them having sex in his car. When an officer came to her house toinform Bertha that her husband had been shot, Bertha broke down and admitted she did it. She also admitted that she had purchased a gun illegally because she suspected her husband of cheating. This confession took […]
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Cheeseburger Bribes? Janene, a volunteer for her suburban towns Police Explorer program, takes a break from her shift to eat lunch at Burgerland, a fast food restaurant. When the Burgerland manager sees her in full uniform, he groans and says, You Explorers and cops are always coming in here, at least a dozen times a day. I know if I dont feed you I wont […]
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Vagrancy Statutes You work for the prosecutors office in a fairly large midwestern city. A big political convention is coming to your city, and your police chief has been getting pressure from the mayor to crack down on homeless people and prostitutes. As a result, the police initiated a comprehensive sweep by using a vagrancy ordinance that prohibits, among other things, common night walkers, persons […]
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1. What are the two categories of accessories and principals? 2. How are accessories after the fact treated differently than principals under modern law? 3. How significant must ones actions be for one to be culpable as an accomplice?
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1. Did Strayer violate the wounded suspects constitutional rights by choking him and subjecting him to the water boarding? 2. If so, what constitutional right did he violate? 3. Could the suspects statements be used against him were he prosecuted in a court of law?
1. What is the difference between a misdemeanor violation and a felony violation for tax evasion? 2. When is an act in furtherance of a scheme to defraud? 3. Explain the role of material omissions and misrepresentations according to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.