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The number and types of firms operating in an industry and the nature and degree of competition in the market for the goods and services… Read More
The process by which plants convert carbon dioxide, water, and sunlight into oxygen and energy in the form of sugar is known as photosynthesis. Autotrophic… Read More
Blood is a liquid connective tissue made out of various cells (RBCs, WBCs, and platelets). The pH of blood is ~7.4, for example somewhat soluble.… Read More
The amount supplied and the quantity demanded are equal at the equilibrium price in a market that is functioning freely. However, government interference in markets… Read More
Exercise 4.1 Short Answer Questions Question 1: Define services and goods. Answer: Service is an intangible activity that also aims at satisfying the needs and… Read More
The amount supplied and the quantity demanded are equal at the equilibrium price in a market that is functioning freely. However, government interference in markets… Read More
Application Based Questions Question 1. In which form of organisation is a trade agreement made by one owner binding on the others? Give reasons to… Read More
For any business firm, it is important to ascertain its financial statements at the end of every financial year to know the profit/loss incurred by… Read More
What is Supply? The amount of a commodity a company is willing and able to provide for sale at a specific time is called the… Read More
The words stock and supply of the commodity are frequently used interchangeably. However, the two concepts are different in economics. What is Stock? Stock describes… Read More
What is Promotion of a Company? The first phase of a company’s formation is Promotion. It entails conceiving a business opportunity and taking the initiative… Read More
Chapter: Organisation of Data 1. Width of Class Interval 2. Mid-Point or Mid-Value Chapter: Diagrammatic Presentation of Data 1. Conversion of percentage into degrees in… Read More
A structural organisation in animals begins with the smallest fundamental unit – the cell. Tissues are made up of a collection of cells that all… Read More
Every living organism is made up of cells. The basic structural organization of any multicellular living organism is as follows: Cells-Tissue-Organ-Organ System Structural Organization in… Read More
Plants obtain a variety of inorganic elements (ions) and salts from their surroundings, especially from water and soil. The movement of these nutrients from the… Read More

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