ABC Shoe Factory, VAT registered PLC purchased 10,000 kgs of processed leather from AWASH Leather Factory

  1. ABC Shoe Factory, VAT registered PLC purchased 10,000 kgs of processed leather from AWASH Leather Factory at VAT exclusive price of Br 800 per kg. It has also imported chemicals and other raw materials worth Br 500,000 (including C.I.F and other duty excluding VAT) for shoe making in the month of Tir 2007 E.C. ABC exported international standard shoes to Canada and India worth Br 4 million and sold 30,000 pairs of shoes at VAT inclusive price of Br 400 for each pairs of shoes to local market.

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Write an essay of 1000-1200 words in which you compare Texts B and C and discuss similarities and differences

Write an essay of 1000-1200 words in which you compare Texts B and C and discuss similarities and differences in their purpose, diction, and style. 100 marks
Assignment 02
This assignment is compulsory
Read Texts B and C below and answer the question that follows.
TEXT B
South Africans used to laugh about it – but now Eskom is just exasperating
There was a time – not all that long ago – that South Africans responded to load shedding with dark humour. But the number of people joking about electricity rationing is rapidly dwindling, especially as Eskom’s own forecasts predicts blackouts for many months to come.
In March 2019, when Eskom implemented rotational blackouts for lack of generating capacity, we rounded up some of the funniest reactions to load shedding on Twitter – and found plenty to chuckle at, even if the humour was somewhat black. Fast forward 22 months, to Eskom’s weekend presentation of “tips to beat the #Loadshedding blues”, and the reaction was no longer good-humoured. The utility was met with a wave of hostility and abuse – even though Sunday had been intended to mark the final day of load shedding for a while. (The rationing, Eskom,
had said, would be to prepare its system for the week ahead.)
When, on Sunday, Eskom announced it would keep load shedding in place into the start of the new week, the fury was palpable – and often terse.
Eskom’s forecast of its grid’s ability to handle demand is red every week for the next three months, suggesting a high likelihood of load shedding without much new or unexpected going wrong.
On a longer timescale, the forecast remains grim into the winter season too.
Eskom would not comment on whether it attempts to hold load shedding to weekends, instead telling Business Insider South Africa that “the risk of load shedding remains elevated for the better part of the year as Eskom continues to pursue the reliability maintenance whose purpose is to improve the reliability and predictability of the generation assets. https://www.businessinsider.co.za/eskom-loadshedding-forecast-is-grim-and-so-is-south¬africas-mood-2021-1
TEXT C
‘Eskom has gone global’: South Africans sneer, as Texas hit by load shedding
For once, it’s not us – and relief seems to be outweighing compassion: Here’s what SA citizens are saying
Apparently, Eskom hasn’t set up operations in Texas. The huge US state officially implemented load shedding this week, due to an arctic winter freeze shutting down the electricity grid AND water supply chains. The blame game between administrators, politicians, and clean energy groups has been rumbling on for days – but the situation remains grim.
Nearly two million people were still without power early Thursday in Texas, the oil and gas capital of the United States, with some still facing water shortages. The deadly cold spell pummelling the country is set to head east before the weekend. Power companies in Texas have had to resort to rolling blackouts, so grids avoid being overloaded. Sounds familiar ~
SOUTH AFRICANS IN TEXAS CAUGHT UP IN LOAD SHEDDING DRAMA
One South African expat, meanwhile, told EWN that they had moved TO Texas so they could escape load shedding. Eish …
“It’s funny to think that we left South Africa to get away from it. When I was in South Africa, mom and I would play Scrabble by candlelight because we were in load shedding and we never thought we would see it again and now we have to deal with blackouts and dangerous weather…Texas isn’t built for snow and it’s snowing.”
Despite the deadly nature of the storm and its subsequent load shedding schedule, South Africans have continued to point out the ironies currently facing Texas. Sympathies, much like our own reserves of energy, remain in short supply:
Ntshavheni (YNWA )
They left South Africa for Texas because of load shedding only to experience it there also … https://www.thesouthafrican.com/news/us/latest-texas-load-shedding-schedule-thursday-18-february¬how-to-check-south-africa-reaction/
Question 1: Write an essay of 1000-1200 words in which you compare Texts B and C and discuss similarities and differences in their purpose, diction, and style. 100 marks
TOTAL 100 marks
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Prepare a process chart for the Jackman in Solved Problem 10.1.

Prepare a process chart for the Jackman in Solved Problem 10.1.

Draw an activity chart for changing the right rear tire on an automobile with:

a) Only one person working

b) Two people working

find the effect of a first finite difference filter on different component of the time series: Xt=e(i lambda t)+et

find the effect of a first finite difference filter on different component of the time series: Xt=e(i lambda t)+et

* This is a ‘take-home’ exam: this means that you will complete and submit it at your leisure from home, over a three-day period,

HUMN1052 Australian Politics and Active Citizenship
Autumn Semester 2022
Take-Home Examination Revision Sheet
About the exam:
* This is a ‘take-home’ exam: this means that you will complete and submit it at your leisure from home, over a three-day period, and submit through Turnitin in the usual way. There is no sit-down in-person component to the exam, and you will not find it listed in the coordinated exam schedule (since it’s not a coordinated exam).
* The exam paper will be posted on the subject vUWS site at 9am on Wednesday June 22. You’ll need to submit through Turnitin no later than midnight Friday June 24. Since you’ll complete the exam at your pace over three days, the exam will naturally be open-book.
* You should write your responses in clear literary English prose (not dot-points!), but in exam format. You do not need to use formal referencing. However, if you do quote directly from your sources you will need to make that clear using quotation marks, and should indicate the page number of the quotation in brackets. Each part of the exam paper will have a word-limit, so people short of time in the exam week will not be disadvantaged.
* You do not need to provide a structured introduction or conclusion (there really isn’t space for this), but you should respond directly to the question(s) by presenting your own point of view, backed up with evidence from the sources. Each question will have to be answered in 500 words or less, adding up to a total of no more than 1500 words. The exam is worth 40% of the semester’s marks.
* If you have health or family reasons why you cannot sit the exam over this period, there will be a deferred exam in the following week. Tis revision sheet will also work for the deferred exam. In order to sit the deferred exam you will need to request special consideration, providing appropriate documentation. For more information contact David directly. Note that this exam is not part of the coordinated exam schedule: you will need submit requests direct to David as subject coordinator.
The structure of the exam:
The exam will divided into three sections, broadly corresponding to the three main themes of the subject. There will be two or three questions drawn from each of these areas of the subject, out of which you will have to answer one per section, in a cut-down essay format. All of the sections will be equally weighted, so that you will answer three questions in total, one from each section.
The first section will focus on the materials from weeks 2 through 6 on Australia’s political institutions and their philosophical underpinnings. The second section will focus on weeks 7 through 11, on social movements, gender, indigenous political and group rights (in the form of land rights). The third section will focus on weeks 12 through 14, covering Australia’s relations with and obligations to the world community.
Revision suggestions for Section A (weeks 2-6)
* What is meant when people talk about liberal democracy, and what is specifically ‘liberal’ about it? Why do some authors describe the liberal and democratic elements as being ‘in tension’? What is meant by the ‘separation of powers’, and what powers are being separated? How does our ‘democracy’ compare to that of the ancient Mediterranean?
* What are the advantages and disadvantages of our Australian system of elections (compulsory voting, preferential voting) versus other electoral systems elsewhere? Use the results from the recent Australian federal election as an example. (You may use as many other examples as you choose.) You may also want to study the results on the AEC’s website at aec.gov.au and the virtual tally room at https://tallyroom.aec.gov.au/
* What is representative democracy, and who exactly do members of Parliament represent? What relationship to governments bear to parliament, on the one hand, and the electorate, on the other? What is ‘populism’ and why has it been so much in the world news in the last few years? Are Australians more ‘disillusioned’ with electoral democracy than in the past?
Revision suggestions for Section B (weeks 7-11)
* Is it possible to define precisely what social movements are? What relationship do they bear to our electoral democracy? What does it mean to talk about ‘civil society’? Why do social movements rise and fall, appear and disappear, so fast? You will be expected to give examples.
* Why do female Members of Parliament still feel uncomfortable or even unsafe in their work? What can be done to improve our Parliaments as women-friendly workplaces? Why did Julia Gillard’s gender matter during her prime ministership? What does the outcome of the recent federal election tell us about changing public attitudes towards women in Parliament.
* How does our constitution and our laws understand the relationship of the Australian nation to indigenous Australians and their presence prior to white colonisation? Why did the achievement of full citizenship rights after 1967 result in such a feeling of disappointment amongst many indigenous Australians? Why has land rights been such a dominant focus of Aboriginal political aspiration since the late 1960s?
Revision suggestions for Section C (weeks 12-14)
* What are Australia’s international obligations in relation to refugees, and why is the UN Declaration on Refugees regarded as such an important obligation for member states? Is it possible to reconcile questions of national sovereignty with these international obligations?
* In what respects has our economy and our economic relations with the world changed since Federation in 1901? Why has Australia been a relatively reluctant contributor to global initiatives aimed at limiting climate change?
* Why are our relations with China currently so complicated and tense? Are we more or less beholden to the Chinese Government in our political relations, or are we able to resist their economic and political pressures? Should we be concerned about China’s involvement in our region? Is it possible to maintain vigilance in relation to China’s aggressive military postures without causing Chinese-Australians to feel like targets?
Queries? Requests? Contact David at d.burchell@westernsydney.edu.au

 

Explain how an Information System supports business organizations

1. Explain how an Information System supports business organizations to carry out E-commercetransactions with suitable examples.

Corporate Leader as a Diplomat As a consultant to a multinational company (MNC) that has offices

Corporate Leader as a Diplomat

As a consultant to a multinational company (MNC) that has offices in major industrial regions and countries, for example, China, Japan, India, EU, UK, Russia, and Africa, write an explanatory and persuasive memo for the top management advising them about the importance of factoring geopolitics into their decision-making and the need to train its top foreign executives as diplomats.

Length: 1200-1500 words

The following source may be helpful:

Sarfati, Gilberto. “Corporate diplomats: global managers of 21st century

 

The following texts are used in the course:

  • Argenti, Paul. Corporate Communication, 8th Edition. New York: McGraw Hill, 2022.
  • Kline, John M. Ethics For International Business: Decision Making in a Global Political Economy. New York: Routledge, 2010.
  • Steger, Ulrich. Corporate Diplomacy: The Strategy for a Volatile, Fragmented Environment. Chichester, England: John Wiley &Sons, 2003.

 

Required Readings

  • Argenti
    • Chapters 2 and 3
  • Steger
    • Chapter 7

 

 

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