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In medium- and large-sized cities, such as Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Chicago, and New York, many residents have been getting rid of their cars. Keeping a car in a city can be very expensive and quite a hassle due to a lack of parking and strong parking regulations that lead to expensive tickets for even minor parking infringements. Residents have learned that they can join services, such as ZipCar, that allow them to "borrow" cars from a fleet when they need them. They pay a monthly fee for the service, and they use an online application to "reserve" a car for when they need it. All of the hassle is gone; the car is ready for them when they need it; and parking is always guaranteed. ZipCar and other companies like it are examples of

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The answer is: Car-sharing startups

Explanation:

Tech startups are new companies that offer technology products or services to try to satisfy changing needs where normal or traditional solutions were impractical or unsuccessful. For example, Brainly is a tech startup.

Some tech startups are offering mobility solutions in big cities by temporarily leasing a car, or even sharing a temporary car lease with someone else. You might even get a different car every time you use this app. ZipCar would be an example that.


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When bonds are retired at maturity, ________. the carrying value always equals the face value the carrying value equals the face value plus the unamortized premium or less the unamortized discount the entry to retire the bonds may include a gain or loss on retirement of bonds the bondholders are paid the face value plus the unamortized premium or less the unamortized discount?

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When bonds are retired at maturity, the carrying value always equals the face value. There have been causes where bonds can retired before they mature however it is rare. When they say bonds retire at maturity, a company is retiring their bonds and will pay the bondholders the last interest payments due to them and any face value that the bond has left before they fully retire it. The carrying value refers to the original value of the asset, the face value. 
HIGH SCHOOL

Which of the following is an example of an accrual? A : Record Revenues that were received in cash in an earlier period. B : Record Revenues that will be received in cash in a subsequent period. C : Record Wage Expense that is earned and paid in the same period. D : Record Rent Expense that was pre-paid

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Answer:

The correct option is (b)

Explanation:

Accrual refers to income or expense that is accrued (service is delivered) but cash is not received in the current period. In accrual accounting, revenue is recorded at the time it is accrued irrespective of the time period it is received.

In this case, recording revenue that will be received in future is an example of accrual.

HIGH SCHOOL

Of the 6.25 billion people in the world, 310 million live in North America. What percent of the world's population lives in North America?

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Answer:

5% approx

Explanation:

Given that

Number of people in the world = 6.25 billion

And the number of people live in North America = 310 million

So, the percentage of the world population lives in North America would be

= (Number of people live in North America ÷ Number of people in the world) × 100

= (310 million ÷ 6.25 billion) × 100

= 5% approx

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5%

Explanation:

Divide 0.310 billion by 6.25 billion to find that 0.310/6.25 = 4.96% of the world's population lives in North America. To the nearest whole number, this is 5%.

COLLEGE

Why do bank panics worsen asymmetric information problems in credit markets?

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Bank panics lead to various problems such as fear among the depositors for their safety of money deposited and decline in the assets of the bank.

Bank panic worsen asymmetric information problems in credit markets because  IF A BANK FACES LOSS IT CANNOT RESOLVE AND MANAGE THE ASYMMETRIC INFORMATION PROBLEMS. THIS WORSENS THE ASYMMETRIC INFORMATION PROBLEM IN THE CREDIT MARKETS.
HIGH SCHOOL

You are bearish on telecom and decide to sell short 100 shares at the current market price of $50 per share. How much in cash or securities must you put into your brokerage account if the broker's initial margin requirement is 50% of the value of the short position? (hw1) a.50
b.2500
c.5000
d.7500

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The correct answer is B. 2,500

Initial margin is 50% of $5,000, which is $2,500.

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The Palladian government required that all imported products that came from Lovaskiya be checked by Palladian customs inspectors. The inspection was done at a container freight station that was both remote and poorly staffed. This delayed the Lovaskiyan consignment from reaching the consumers in Palladia. The inspection strategy adopted by the customs officers in Palladia is an example of a(n)

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Answer: Admin trade policy

                   

Explanation: Administrative trade policies are governmental guidelines that are programmed almost always intentionally to limit the distribution of a particular import into a nation.Anti-dumping programs are designed to condemn dumping foreign firms. If a company is found to be dumping, government imposes countervailing duties.

In the given case, Govt. too imposes heavy scrutiny policy on imports that are supposed to demotivate the exporters from other countries. Hence from the above we can conclude that the given case depicts admin trade policy.

HIGH SCHOOL

Organizations that are formed to offer services to clients and not make a profit are ____, whereas, ________ are those organizations that are formed to make money, or profits, by offering products or services.

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Answer:

B. nonprofit organizations; for-profit organizations

Explanation:

Non- Profits Organization

These are organizations that exist not to earn revenue but rather to promote a mission that is targeted at enhancing public welfare. They are usually tax exempt or charitable. This implies they do not pay income tax on money contributions that they receive. They aim at furthering social cause and provide public benefits.

For Profit Organizations

These are businesses or organizations whose primary aim is making profits. The operations and interest of these types of organizations is concerned with itself and not the public. They make money by offering product and service in exchange for payment in money in order to earn profits.

HIGH SCHOOL

Mother goose computing, inc. provides computational biology consulting services. they are currently updating several of their systems. for the genomics division, mother goose is planning to replace the old system by the new one all at once. this is called a ____ conversion.

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This is a direct conversion. In this system upgrade, the new system is brought online all at once, making the transition process much quicker than a piecemeal approach. This gives the company the ability to transition without having to make sure each part of the new system is compatible with the old.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

What things does homeowners insurance cover

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What's covered; what's not. A homeowners insurance policy can cover damage caused by such perils as fire, windstorms, hail, lightning and vandalism. Typically, damage caused by floods and earthquakes are excluded. Optional coverages and policies may be available to cover damage due to additional perils.
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