OFUNILSWhich of the following is an example of deceptive packaging? A. The manufacturer changes the shape of its jars so that it holds less jelly, but charges the same price as before. O B. The manufacturer individually wraps each item inside the container. O C. A manufacturer reduces the weight of the contents and updates its label to reflect this change. O D. The manufacturer adds "America's favorite cereal" to the label.
A. The manufacturer changes the shape of its jars so that it holds
less jelly, but charges the same price as before.
This is wrong because you are paying a high price for not a high amount of jelly!
the right to choose
identifying yourself and asking former customers....
BRAINLIEST Prepare a balance sheet in proper format for the company as of December 31st based on the following accounts. Answer questions 8 through 10 based on this balance sheet.Accounts Payable
Long-term Notes Receivable
Short-term Notes Payable
10. What are the company’s total assets?
Question 10 options:
number ten the answer is $35,000 ur welcome it's no biggy.
With a flexible exchange rate system what determines the exchange rate between two countries A. the volume of gold B. inflation and interest rates C. the day-to-day changes in one currency D. supply and demand
With a flexible exchange rate system, the exchange rate between two countries is primarily determined by supply and demand in the foreign exchange market. Hence Option D is correct.
The interaction between buyers and sellers of currencies establishes the equilibrium exchange rate. Factors such as inflation and interest rates can influence supply and demand by affecting the attractiveness of one currency relative to another.
For example, higher inflation rates may reduce the value of a currency, making it less desirable. Similarly, higher interest rates can attract foreign investors, increasing demand for a currency. Day-to-day changes in one currency can also impact the exchange rate, as market participants react to economic news, political events, or shifts in investor sentiment.
However, these short-term fluctuations ultimately reflect the underlying supply and demand dynamics in the market. The volume of gold does not directly determine exchange rates in a flexible exchange rate system.
I believe you mean a floating exchange rate, and if so, then it would be demand and supply which determines the rate of exchange.
When does information become a liability for an organization? a. when it is not managed properly
b. when there are fewer people to collect information
c. when information is not stored in paper documents
d. when information is not stored in electronic documents
Any piece of information, which does not get managed properly by the one who has the access to such information, becomes a liability for a business organization. Therefore, the option A holds true.
What is the significance of business liability?
The responsibility of a business to compensate or reimburse the losses due to the negligence or ignorance of an organization's management is known as a business liability. Members are not personally liable for repaying such losses.
An information, which may be sensitive in nature for a business is termed as its liability. Moreover, it becomes the responsibility of the management to take care of preserving such information properly, and manage it with their due diligence.
Therefore, the option A holds true regarding the significance of a business' liability.