They reproduce quickly and you would have a large amount of animals to take care of if you kept all of the newborns. Linear growth is a type of growth pattern where a population increases by the same amount at regular intervals, such as each month, year or decade. A population increasing by two individuals every month is an example of a linear growth. 2,4,6,8,10,12,14.. is the pattern that population data collects monthly and follows. A straight line is produced from the data when plotted on a graph.
Included, with the executive summary is the balance sheet and income sheet for both farmers, which illustrates the assets, liabilities, owner’s equity and expenses. Fiona- the Farmer Fiona received from Baron Von-Shrek the following: 10 (5 bushels per acre) acres to farm, 10 bushels of wheat and 1 bushel of fertilizer – In addition, she received oxen, which is worth 40 bushels with a live of 10 years. Fiona’s assets at the beginning of the year total 101 bushels of wheat. By the end of the year, Fiona’s assets nearly doubled due to the ability to farm 223 bushels of wheat. With the seed and fertilizer, Fiona harvested 135 bushels of wheat.
The annual cash flows have the following projections: If the cost of capital is 10 percent find the following: a. The PVB = $86,000.77 as shown below. Can be found by inputing the number (21000) as a FV, putting 1 for N, 10% for I/Y, 0 for payments then computing for the PV. Then add all of these numbers up. For the second number (29000) put 2 as N,
To compare our two options, we have compared the cash flow on an after-tax basis. 2. Assumptions We have taken more assumptions in addition to the assumptions listed in the case 1 to support a comparison of NPV on the same dimension. Output. 100,000 units will be required for each year of the project.
Next is the number of pumps one employee can produce in one month. Which is, 771/25 (number of pumps for one employee a month, the company would need a total of 30.8 workers, or 31 (rounding up). After this information is gathered, these are the possible results: • We need to hire 11 more employees (there are now 20, and we need 31) • In the case reading, it is shown that there are up front cost of $1100 this is found the $100.00 hiring cost, multiplied by the 11 new employees. • Monthly production ----- 775 (31 workers x 25 pumps per worker) • The end of month inventory will be figured as 1 will be 225 >>>> this is the production of 775 (+) existing inventory of 50 = 825, then (-) the production of 600. Month 1 2 3 4 5 6 Demand 600 750 1000 850 750 700 Production 775 775 775 775 775
Researchers found that immigrants who are only eligible for legal status, but not citizenship, would contribute about $832 billion to the economy in a ten year period, add 121,000 more jobs per year, and pay $109 billion in taxes over a ten-year period. Compare that to a scenario where undocumented immigrants are granted legal status and citizenship at the same time, the U.S. GDP would grow by $1.4 trillion over a ten year period, immigrants would help to create an additional 203,0000 jobs per year, and add $184 billion in tax revenue. In another scenario where undocumented immigrants are granted legal status and citizenship after five years, the GDP would grow by $1.1 trillion, there would be an additional 159,000 jobs per year, and add $144 billion in tax revenue." It's crazy to think we live in such an inhumane country where someone is so
Human Population Growth * Explain the two types of population growth. The two types of population growth would be Exponential population growth and Logistic population growth. The Exponential population growth is the development that happens at an increasingly rate in proportion to the growing total number or size. It happens when the population grows at a constant rate over time. The only way that this can happen is by the number of births.
These tend to happen when countries develop and advance their economy. This is a theory which an American demographer Warren Thompson interpreted in 1929 and is based on correlation which is observed the transitions of industrialized societies over a two-hundred year period (Montgomery, K., n.d.). During demographic transition, countries undergo a number of changes or stages through advances in healthcare, agriculture, technology and industrialization. During stage one, pre-industrialized societies showed birth and death rates where high and only changed during disease or droughts occurred. Stage one had a consistency in its population and the birth and death rates were the same.
Just in 2011 and 2012, the revolution has been responsible for 80% of civilian deaths. Child Mortality Child mortality, also known as under-5 mortality, is the probability of a child born in a specific year or period dying before reaching the age of five, if subject to age-specific mortality rates of that period. The child mortality rate is a leading indicator of the level of child health and overall development in countries. There are many factors, which have significant impact on the child mortality rate. Firstly, the intake of food varies, from a low just over 1,500 calories per
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention gives national marriage and divorce rate trends for the last ten years. In the year 2000 there were 2,315,000 recorded marriages, however, there were 944,000 divorces. This is a rate of 40.77% of marriages ended in divorce (“National Marriage”). The rate in 2009 was 40.38% (“National Marriage”). This is a minimal down shift in the rate of divorce.