Principles of Microeconomics

Question Suppose you are a painter, and the price of a gallon of paint increases from $3.00 a gallon to $3.50 a gallon. Your usage of paint drops from 35 gallons a month to 20 gallons a month. Perform the following: Compute the price elasticity of demand for paint and show your calculations. Ed = (%u2206Qd/QdAverage) ? (%u2206P/PAverage) Where: Ed represents the price of dema...
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Hitler's Aftershocks

Using fear as his paintbrush, Adolf Hitler created a macabre masterpiece out of a post-war Europe in the early 1930s through the late 1940s. By playing off the German citizen’s hatred of the Western Allies, he created a power hungry governmental system, with himself at the reins. Hitler, as well as his Third Reich, died near the end of World War II in an underground bunker by...
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Research Proposal – Order ID U1146816701

Freedom and happiness are some of the issues that have been pursued by human beings throughout the history of mankind. This research proposal would therefore examine how technological advancements have improved on the way people access or rather attain maximum benefits from the use of technology to make themselves happy and exercise their freedom. This proposal will factor in...
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Hawksbill Turtles

I stand unwavering on the sand as miniature pinstriped sails drift along the serene, beckoning body of water. The bubbly, cobalt blue waves lull the turtles as they hit the shoreline and recede once again. In a soothing voice, my grandmother informs me that the sea, with its tropical, lukewarm waters serve as home to the hawksbill turtles. To justify her claim, a hawksbill tu...
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What are the Benefits of Educating Girls?

What are the Benefits of educating Girls? In Somalia, 95% of girls between the age of 7 and 16, have never attended school. In 2013, 32 million girls were not in Secondary school. Girls have a right to education! However, education is very expensive, so what are the benefits of educating woman? In countries such as Pakistan, Sudan, Syria and Bangladesh, girls are denied ...
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Private Security Industry

Private security is any profit-oriented enterprises, owned by individuals, which safeguard persons, businesses and government institutions. The history of private security dates back to the mid years of the 19th century. Its rampart growth has led to the current situation of a sector worth $150 billion in the US. Several factors led to this growth in the past fifty years as t...
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All About Keller

Helen Keller is a strong influence on not only the deaf/blind community but the world because she shows that being handicap doesn’t mean you can’t follow you dreams and that nothing is impossible. Influencing not only the public, Keller made an impact on more well known people of her era.For example, Ronald Reagan and Eleanor Roosevelt were inspired by Helen.(“How Did Helen ...
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Marijuana and Seizures

As a state we have been constantly changing, and one of these new changes is the new medical marijuana bill. “Kentucky legislators had been dragging their feet for years on medical marijuana, but that is finally starting to change. Members of the House Health and Welfare Committee made history February 27, 2014 when they voted 9-5 to approve an effective medical marijua...
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Research Question

The searchable question that guide the research is, “what are the sources and effects of stress to nurses after Hurricane Katrina” With the advance effects of the category 4 storm that negatively impacted economically, socially and environmentally, medical professionals especially nurses were called upon to provide healthcare services to the affected individuals. ...
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Saving A Life

Language Arts 08 March 2016 Saving Lives “ Help, Help, I need a doctor, I need a doctor.” A young woman yells as she brings her five year old son in the hospital. “M’am, what is wrong with your son? I am a neurosurgeon; I can help you.” “He was climbing a tree in the park, and he fell and busted his head open. There was blood gushing out of his head, and you could s...
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