Chemistry Assignment Help Questions and Answers part3

Select the best answer in the following

1. Calculate the pH of a solution that is 0.2 M in acetic acid (K = 1.8 x 10-5) and 0.2 M in sodium acetate.

A) 7.0  B) 4.7   C) 9.3  D) 8.6   E) 5.4

2. The equilibrium constants (Ka) for HCN and HF in H2O at 25°C are 6.2 x 10-10 and

7.2 x 10-4, respectively.The relative order of base strengths is:

A) CN->F->H20

B) P->H20>CNC)

H20> P-> CND)

P-> CN-> H20

E) none of these

3. As long as the disorder of the surroundings is increasing, a process will be ————-

4. The hydrogen sulfate or bisulfate ion HSO4- can act as either an acid or a base in water solution. In which of the following equations does HSO4- act as an acid?

A) HSO4- +H20 -t SO4~ + H30+

B) HSO4- + H20-t H2S04 +OH-

C) HS04- + H30+ -t S03 + 2H20

D) HS04- +OH–t H2S04 + 02

E) none of these

5. Delta Ho is zero for a chemical reaction at constant temperature

6. The heat of vaporization for 1.0 mole of water at 100°C and 1.0 atm is 40.6 kJ/mol. Calculate DeltaS for the process H20(1) -t H20(g) at 100°C.

A) 109 JIK mol   B) -406 JIK mol  C) -109 JIK mol  D) 406 JIK molE) none of these

7. What is the pH of a 0.45MKCI solution?

A) 1.4 B) 10.5 C) 9.2 D) 4.5 E) 7.0

8. For weak acid, HX, K = 1.0 x 10-6. Calculate the pH of a 0.10 M solution of HX.

A) 2.50 B) 3.00 C) a -6.00     D) 3.50     E) none of these

Use the following to answer question 9:

   Substance X has a heat of vaporization of 55.4 kJ/mol at its normal boiling point (423°C). For the process X (l)-t X(g) at 1 atm and 423°C calculate the value of:

9) ‘ A) -103 JIK·mol B) 79.6IIK·mol C) 103 JIK·mol D) -79.6IIK·mol   E) 0

10. The third law of thermodynamics states

A) the entropy of the universe is increasing

B) the entropy of the universe is constant

C) the entropy is zero at 0 K for a perfect crystal.

D) the absolute entropy of a substance decreases with increasing temperature.

E) the entropy of the universe equals the sum of the entropy of system and surroundings.

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Transforming and Expanding the Sentence, Nominals, Adverbials, and Adjectivals Part III

Directions: In a separate Word document, identify each of the underlined elements according to both its form and its function.  Form refers to word categories (noun, verb, preposition, etc.), names of phrases (prepositional phrase, noun phrase, gerund phrase, etc.), and clauses.  Function refers to the specific role the word or word group plays in the sentence: subject, direct object, modifier of run, etc. 

Example:

I think that studying history is fascinating.

Form: Nominal clause  Function: dir obj

 

1. The elections on our campus rarely bring out many voters.

Form: Noun Phrase     Function: direct object

 

2. Many students obviously consider the student elections unimportant.

Form: Noun Phrase     Function: direct object

 

3. Many students obviously consider the student elections unimportant.

Form: Adverb Function: modifier of ‘consider’.

 

4. They do think national elections are important.

Form: Noun Clause     Function: direct object

 

5. They do think national elections are important.

Form: Noun Phrase     Function: subject

 

6. Our friend from Tampa spent last winterwith us in Idaho.

Form: Adverbial Phrase           Function: modifier of ‘spent’.

 

7. He often wonderedif winter would ever end.

Form: Adverbial clause            Function: modifier for ‘wondered’

 

8. Worrying gives a small thing a big shadow.

Form: Gerund              Function: subject

 

9. Worrying gives a small thing a big shadow.

Form: Noun Phrase     Function: indirect object

 

10. Worrying gives a small thing a big shadow.

Form: Noun Phrase     Function: direct object

 

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Law Assignment Help Questions and Answers Part 6

Continuing the series of law questions after http://assignmentdesigners.blogspot.com/2011/08/law-assignment-help-questions-and_3742.html

1. In which of the following cases is it most likely that a plaintiff will only have to prove negligence on the defendant’s part to recover for defamation?

A)   Statements that a U.S. Senator had someone killed.

B)   Statements that Madonna had someone killed.

C)   A statement that you or I negligently killed someone during a hurricane.

D)   A false credit report on a construction contractor.

2.       Which of the following is least likely to create liability for the first form of invasion of privacy (intrusion on personal solitude or seclusion)?

A)   Using binoculars to look from your apartment into the bedroom of a neighboring apartment to watch the occupant undress, because you are not intruding on the other person’s property.

B)   Tapping someone’s telephone, because this is a nonphysical intrusion.

C)   Examining someone’s bank account, because here there’s no intrusion on the plaintiff himself.

D)   Examining public records concerning a person, because here there’s no reasonable expectation of privacy.

3.       Chica, a women’s fashion retailer, sends catalogs to its customers, who can then order from the catalog via phone or online.  Donna decides to order a black dress priced at $99.00.  Donna calls to place her order.  The sales representative who answers the phone tells Donna that the black dress is no longer in stock. Under these facts:

A)   Chica is not liable for breach of contract.

B)   Chica is liable for breach of contract.

C)   Chica is liable for “bait and switch.”

D)   Chica is liable under a quasi-contract theory.

4.       On May 1, A makes a written offer to B for the sale of A’s car.  On May 2, A mails B a letter revoking the offer.  On May 3, A telephones B to tell him that he is revoking the offer.  On May 4, B learns that A has sold the car to C.  On May 5, A’s letter finally gets to B.  A’s offer terminated on:

A)   May 2.

B)   May 3.

C)   May 4.

D)   May 5.

5.       X, a manufacturer of pencils, offers to sell Y 1,000,000 pencils for $1 million.  The offer, which is signed by X’s President, says that it will remain open for six months.  The offer does not request that Y pay any consideration for the promise to keep the offer open, and Y does not pay X any consideration.  When can X revoke the offer?

A)   At any time, because there is no consideration for X’s option promise.

B)   After three months.

C)   After six months.

D)   After a reasonable time.

6.       Austen Construction, a general contractor, advertised for bids from subcontractors on the electrical work for the renovation of one of State University’s parking structures.  The advertisement announced that the contract will be awarded to the lowers bidder.  Bronte, an electrical subcontractor, submitted the lowest bid to Austen for the electrical portion of the work.  Austen informed Bronte that she should begin work immediately.  Bronte then stated that she is “withdrawing” her bid from Austen.  Which of the following statements is most accurate?

A)   Austen should not rely on Bronte’s offer to do the electrical work.

B)   Has accepted Bronte’s offer prior to Bronte’s attempt to revoke.

C)   Austen is not bound by Bronte’s bid until he informs her of his intent to accept.

D)   Bronte has accepted Austen’s offer by submitting the lowest bid.

7.       On May 1, X writes Y a letter offering to pay Y $1000 if Y will promise to paint X’s house. The offer says nothing about stipulated or authorized means of acceptance.  On May 2, Y sends X a letter rejecting X’s offer. On May 3, Y changes his mind and (saying nothing about his May 2 letter) telephones X to accept the offer.  On May 4, X goes completely insane.  On May 5, X receives Y’s rejection letter.  Which of the following is true?

A)   There is no contract because Y’s written rejection was effective upon dispatch.

B)   There is no contract because X’s insanity terminated the offer on May 4.

C)   There is no contract because Y’s telephoned May 3 acceptance was inadequate.

D)   There is a contract here.

E)   b and c are true.

8.       Which of the following is necessary for the existence of an offer?

A)   A writing.

B)   A conscious intent to contract on the offeror’s part.

C)   Facts and circumstances that reasonably indicate the offeror’s intent to contract.

D)   Reliance by the offeree on the offeror’s promise.

9.       A orally offers to sell B 100 premium-grade fountain pens but neglects to state the price.  B orally accepts.  Immediately thereafter, A tries to back out of the deal.  At this point in time, which of the following is most likely to be true?

A)   There is no offer and no contract because the offer is indefinite.

B)   There is no offer and no contract because the offer must be in writing.

C)   There is a contract, if the parties intended to make a contract and there is a reasonably certain basis for giving an appropriate remedy.

D)   There is a contract, because the offer contained all material terms.

10.       Larson Lexus, a new car dealer, runs the following newspaper ad during the Fall of 1994.  “Three ’94 Lexus LS-400s must go! $45,500 each!  The first three customers who arrive at our dealership on Saturday, October 8 with this ad can buy one of these cars for $45,500!”  Knowing that $45,500 is a very good price for an LS-400, Mike is the first customer to appear at the Larson lot on Saturday, October 8.  He hands the ad to the Larson salesman and says that he’d like to buy one of the LS-400s for $45,500.  Is the dealership contractually bound to sell Mike the car at that price?

A)   No, because advertisements are not offers but rather are invitations to negotiate.

B)   No, because a written offer must be accepted in writing.

C)   No, because under the UCC rule, ads of this kind are not offers.

D)   Yes, because this ad is an offer and Mike accepted it.

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Law Assignment Help questions and Answers Part4

 

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1.       Bill Hotrod customizes hotrods for local gear heads.  His business entity is one of a sole proprietorship.  One of the services he performs is to install a breaking system that will allow you to lock the breaks on one side of the vehicle causing it to turn sharply in the direction of the locked breaks.  Sue Gofaster paid Bill’s employee Grease Monkey to install break locks on her car.  Grease Monkey installed the parts during normal working hours at Bill’s place of business.  While driving safely down the street the break locks malfunctioned and she is sent flying into the other lane and has a head on collision with another vehicle.

Which of the following is true:

A.        If Sue obtains a judgment against Bill the fact that he has registered his business as a sole proprietorship will protect his personal property from the judgment.

B.         Beyond the exemptions provided for by state law Bill can lose everything if Sue wins.

C.        Sue can only get the assets of the business assuming she wins her suit.

D.        Since Grease did the work, Sue can only recover from Grease.

2.       Same fact as provided for in Question 1 except Bill operates his business through a duly established and managed LLC. Which of the following are true:

A.        Would not make a difference the out come is the same as above.

B.         Sue can sue Grease and Bill’s LLC.

C.        Sue can take all of the assets of the LLC but not Bill’s other personal

property assuming she wins her action.

  1. B. and C. are correct.
  2. A. and B. are correct

3.       A General Partnership:

A.        Results in all partners being held personally responsible for their own acts and omissions.

B.         Results in all partners being personally responsible for their partners’act s and omissions.

C.        Results in all partners being personally liable for the act and omissions of other partners but not employees.

D.        All of the above are true

E.         A. through C. are all true except for b.

F.         A. through C. are all true except for c.

4.       Joe Cool and Fridge Sal employ 5 people who repairs air conditioning systems.  They have never entered into any kind of a business agreement aside from a written promise from Fridge to Joe that if they were ever sued, she would pay all the costs if Joe would put up their start up money.  They have been in business for 10 years.  Fridge makes all management decisions and Joe supervises work.  The best description of their company is of a:

  1. LLP (Limited Liability Partnership)

B.         GP (General Partnership)

C.        LLC (Limited Liability Corporation)

D.        none of the above

5.       Frank’s in the majority share holder and CEO of Smelly, Inc. a company that specializes in the disposal of stinky stuff for companies that produce stinky waste that smells too bad for the land fill workers to tolerate.  Since they are now unionized they can refuse to accept waste that smells bad. Smelly needs additional land to expand its operation.  Last Saturday, on his day off, while in his own car, Frank sees a piece of land that would be suitable for Smelly’s needs.  However, because the price is right he is considering buying it himself.

Frank’s rights and duties are:

A.        Bring the land to the attention of the Board of Directors.

B.         Make best efforts to purchase it for Smelly if the Board of Directors decide they want the property.

C.        Purchase it for himself, only if the Board votes not to purchase it.

D.        A. and C. only are true

E.         A., B. and C. above are true

6.Slow Sally was rear-ended by Steve Go Faster who was driving a 60,000 lbs truck owned by Joe, Inc.  All of Joe, Inc. shares are owned by Joe Tight Wad and there are no other share holders.  During discovery it is determined that Joe, Inc., does not have enough assets and insurance to cover all of the damages and you, the attorney for Sally want to pierce the Corporate veil to go after Wad’s personal assets.  Which of the facts are relevant to your efforts to pierce the Corporate Vail:

A.        Joe was heard saying he knew it would happen sooner or later the way Steve drives.

B.         Joe, Inc. and Wad’s accounts are comingled.

C.        There has never been a meeting of share holders for Joe, Inc.

D.        The reason there is insufficient insurance is because Joe, Inc. did not have enough start up money to buy a policy that would cover any thing beyond the least amount required by law.

E.         All of the above.

F.         B. through D.

G.        A., B. & D.

7. Jack and Jill own a bucket company located onHill Street.  They have no operating agreement of any kind.  For the first time, there is a profit to split.  Jack has always put 75% of the costs required in to the company and Jill has put in about 25%.  They now have a dispute over how to split the profit.  What would be the proper out come.

A.        They split the profits evenly.

B.         Jack gets 75%, Jill gets 25%

C.        The one that can push the other off the hill takes all.

8.       Same question as 7 above except that there is an operation agreement which states that “A partner’s share of profit’s shall be equal to that partner’s share of capital contributions.”  Now what is the proper out come?

A.        They split the profits evenly.

B.         Jack gets 75%, Jill gets 25%

C.        The one that can push the other off the hill takes all if they do not spill their water in the process.

9.       Greg is a minority share holder of Right Way Inc., a for profit group of do gooders. Right Wayhas charged a fee of $100 per week for each homeless person it provides shelter to for five years.  The fee is paid by the City ofBlue Collar.  Recently, Right Way Board of Directors has voted to reduce the fee to $90 per week so as to save the good citizens from an impending tax increase.  At $90 per weekRight Waywill still make a profit but it will have to pay less dividends as a result.  If Greg suesRight Waywhat is the proper result.

A.        Right Way wins because it is doing the right thing

B.         Right Way wins because it will still be able to pay dividends.

C.        Greg wins becauseRight Way’s duty is to make profits for it’s share holders.

D.        Greg wins because there was no real plan in place to raise taxes.

E.         Greg loses becauseRight Way’s Directors are fulfilling the propose of the majority of it’s share holders.

10.       Sam starts a nonprofit corporation, Meals, Inc., to serve meals to needy people.  He pays himself a Salary of $40,000 per year as the director, cook and driver.  This is about $5,000 more than he was making running a restaurant.  His fees are the same as all other providers of these types of services in his location.  Recently, after an interview with Liberals Are US, NewsRoom, when he and the host thought the microphone was turned off he was over heard laughing with the host about how they thought all of the people they helped were just stupid and they were just in the do good business for the money.  Self Righteous, a consumer advocacy group sues to have all of Meals’ contracts voided because he really does not care about people. The correct out come is:

A.        Sam wins because he has valid contracts and he is not in breach.

B.         Sam wins because the judge believes his testimony that the remarks were taken out of context and he really cares about people.

C.        Sam losses because even though he a properly formed a nonprofit corporation and complied with all laws his motive is really to make a profit.

D.        Sam losses if Self Righteous can prove that he is providing an service through a non-profit organization for more money than he earned doing a similar serve for a for profit entity.

 

Answers:

  1. B.         Beyond the exemptions provided for by state law Bill can lose everything if Sue wins.
  2. A.        Would not make a difference the out come is the same as above.
  3. B.         Results in all partners being personally responsible for their partners’ acts and omissions.

    4. D.        none of the above

    5. E.         A., B. and C. above are true

    6. B.         Joe, Inc. and Wad’s accounts are comingled.

    7. A.        They split the profits evenly.

    8. B.         Jack gets 75%, Jill gets 25%

    9. B.         Right Way wins because it will still be able to pay dividends.

    10.A.        Sam wins because he has valid contracts and he is not in breach.


 

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Comparison between the resourced based view of strategy and the competitive positioning based view of strategy

Competitive positioning school of Business Strategy and Resource based Business strategy are two very important schools of thought in business management, vying with each other for superiority. A detailed look–into the two strategies would enable us to study the two contrasting theories.

Both competitive positioning school of Business management and Resource Based view of Business Management have their strengths and weaknesses.

Competitive positioning is most suitable for beginners in business or at the time of launch of a new brand. Since the question of having protectable resources does not arise in such cases, competitive positioning is the only way out for them. Resource-based view does not arise in these cases. The school of thought advocates the study of market conditions, competitors’ position, customers’ preferences and defining of core values. Due to technological developments and increasing globalization, these aspects need a continuous study and observation. It is in this background, this school of thought assumes a lot of significance. Competitive positioning, in fact is a dynamic process in which the factors keep on changing and the firm’s preferences and options may need a partial or total change.

The present day business consists of lot of trading and retailing. Competitive positioning is the only strategy that is useful for them. Since the question of resource –holding does not arise in such cases, the resource based view is irrelevant for them.

The most important part of present day business is marketing. However good a product might be unless it is competitively positioned in the market to suit the customer’s preference, it will be a stagnant commodity in the market. Competitive positioning is important from this angle.

However this school of thought suffers from certain weaknesses also. The theme does not help a pure manufacturer. The need for continuous vigilance and study of the market is strenuous. The core value once chosen may not remain valid after sometime and switch over to the other core values may not be easy.

Resource-based view is very useful for the manufacturers or manufacturer-traders. Most of the longstanding companies or big companies are early entrants into their businesses and are the holders of valuable resources which are not available to the late entrant. Resource-based view helps them in maintaining a hold on such resources and coordinating them to the strategic advantage of the firm.

The weakness of the resource –based view is its limited applicability. Present day business environment encompasses more of trading than manufacturing. Apart from this, keeping a continuous hold on the prescribed resources for long time is turning out to be a Herculean task. If some resources are really scarce, technology is evolving ways to duplicate the same. An apprehension therefore arises that in course of time with technology improvement this theory may become redundant.

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