Question 1.1. After mowing his own lawn, David goes next door and mows his neighbor Lena’s lawn as a nice gesture. As he is finishing up, Lena arrives home. Happy to find a newly mown lawn, Lena says, “That’s so nice of you! When I get paid Friday, I’ll give you $20.” David says, “I accept!” Which best describes the situation? (Points : 1)
       There is a contract, since David accepted the offer.

       There is no contract, because Lena made a unilateral offer.

       There is no contract, because Lena gave no consideration.

       There is no contract, because David gave only past consideration.



Question 2.2. Daniel offers to sell his Toyota Camry to Jen for $8,000. Jen replies, “I accept. Make sure you wash and wax the car before you bring it over.” Which best describes the situation? (Points : 1)
       There is a contract; Daniel must wash and wax the car.

       There is a contract, but Daniel does not have to wash and wax the car.

       There is no contract; Jen made a counteroffer.

       There is no contract unless Jen is willing to take an unwashed car.



Question 3.3. Under the UCC, a court is most likely to find a contract is unconscionable and should be voided if (Points : 1)
       the terms are grossly unfair.

       the parties do not have equal bargaining power.

       the parties are both merchants.

       Two of these

       All of these



Question 4.4. Peter offers to sell Maxine his car for $5,000, stating, “I need to know by Friday, and you should email me your answer.” Maxine calls Peter on Thursday and leaves a voicemail telling him she wants the car. Peter listens to the voicemail on Thursday night. Which statement best describes the situation? (Points : 1)
       There is a contract since Peter got the message in time.

       There is a contract regardless of when Peter gets the message.

       Maxine has rejected Peter’s offer by using voicemail.

       Maxine had made a counteroffer, which Peter can now choose to reject or accept.



Question 5.5. Beta Inc. offers to buy 25 screwdrivers from Industrial Hardware for $75. Industrial responds, “We have the screwdrivers you wish to purchase, but the price is $80.” Beta replies, “No, we can find them cheaper somewhere else.” Industrial now responds, “We accept your offer of 25 screwdrivers for $75.” Do they have a contract? (Points : 1)
       No, Industrial’s counteroffer terminated Beta’s offer.

       No, Beta never made an offer since shipment terms were not included.

       Yes, Beta made a firm offer.

       Yes, Industrial was merely attempting to negotiate.



Question 6.6. Jason promises to tutor Maria in Essentials of Business Law for three hours next week in exchange for $30. Maria promises to pay the $30. They have a/an: (Points : 1)
       Express contract

       Implied contract

       Quasi contract

       Formal contract



Question 7.7. Delta Inc. offers to sell Omega Corp. a packaging machine. Omega responds “We’ll take it but only if there is a six-month warranty.” Which of the following is true? (Points : 1)
       There is a contract, and Omega has a six-month warranty.

       There is a contract, but Omega does not have a six-month warranty.

       There is a contract unless the warranty term is a material change.

       There is no contract.



Question 8.8. Quasi contracts (Points : 1)
       are not real contracts.

       are the same thing as an implied contract.

       seek to prevent unjust enrichment.

       Two of these

       All of these



Question 9.9. By letter, Martine offers to landscape Harry’s yard for $500. Harry thinks that is too much, and on Monday he mails a rejection. However, on Tuesday Harry realizes Martine was giving him a good deal, so he mails an acceptance. Martine however changed her mind about the job on Wednesday, and mailed a revocation, which Harry receives on Thursday. On Friday, Martine receives Harry’s acceptance. On Saturday, she receives his rejection. Which best describes the situation? (Points : 1)
       There is a contract; Harry accepted on Tuesday.

       There is a contract; Harry accepted on Friday.

       There is no contract; the offer terminated on Monday.

       There is no contract, the offer terminated on Thursday.



Question 10.10. Seller agrees to supply all the gasoline Buyer needs for the next year at $3.00 per gallon. After three months, the price of gas falls to $2.33 per gallon. Buyer refuses to keep buying from Seller unless Seller lowers the price. Seller agrees. Two months later, the average price for gas goes up to $3.50 per gallon. Seller asks Buyer to agree to a price raise, but Buyer refuses. Which of the following is true? (Points : 1)
       Buyer must pay $3.00 per gallon for the rest of the year.

       Buyer must pay $2.33 per gallon for the rest of the year.

       Buyer must pay $3.50 per gallon for the rest of the year.

       Seller can legally refuse to supply Buyer with any more gasoline for the rest of the year.

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Question 2. A government report traces the economy's stagnation in the last fifteen months to massive declines in spending on commercial construction, while residential construction grew at only half the pace of previous recoveries. Of recent note, however, is a fall in inventories.

A: In which category or categories of the national expenditures accounts, C,I,G or X, would these spending be recorded?

B: Does the fall in inventories appear in the accounts as a positive or a negative number? why?

Question 3.The commerce department announced that it is shifting from 1987 to 1992 as the base year for calculating the nation's real GDP and price index. The new figures will account for changes in consumers' tastes, technological advances, and other phenomena.

A: In the new official figures, will the number of real GDP for 1987 become larger, smaller, or stay the same as it was before the base was changed to 1992?

B: In the new official figures, will the 1992 real GDP number be larger, smaller, or the same as the 1992 nominal GDP?

C: What will the new 1992 price index number be?

D: Will the new 1987 price index number be larger, smaller, or the same it was before?

E: The clipping claims that consumer tastes and technological advances will be accounted for. How would this accounting be done?

Question 4. Nationally the monthly survey of American households found 387,000 more people at work in February than in January, but many of the new jobs were only part-time, the labor department reported.

A: does the creation of part time jobs affect unemployment in the same way as the creation of full time jobs?

B: What can you say about the unemployment rate from this information?

Question 5. There are some subsidy features to unemployment insurance, primarily for jobs that are unattractive or that offer seasonal or unstable employment. Without this subsidy, paid mainly by the government, many unskilled jobs would go begging.

A: Explain how unemployment insurance subsidizes certain kinds of jobs.

B: What do you think would happen to wages paid for these jobs if unemployment insurance ceased to exit?

Question 6.For Canada, the demand pressures generated by the U.S tax cut and the spill-over effects of increased U.S defence spending will push the Canadian economy further into an excess demand situation.

A: How will the U.S tax cut and the increased U.S defense spending influence the U.S economy?

B: What name do economists give to this kind of government action?

C: How would this effect influence the Canadian economy?

Question 7.  GDP grew much at a much faster4.8 percent rate in the October-December quarter, but analysts said that growth masked some dangerous imbalances that were no present in the first quarter report. Almost all of the fourth quarter increase in GDP wound up as unsold inventory sitting on shelves.

A: If it doesn't get sold, how could it get counted into GDP?

B: Why is this phenomenon described as a "dangerous imbalance "?

Question 8. Budget deficits are sometimes useful to spur consumption and thus encourage investment in business plant and equipment, but more generally they discourage rather than encourage investment because........

A: Explain how budget deficits could spur consumption and encourage investment.

B: Complete this clipping.

Question 9. If it were a "Simulative deficit " that was deliberately undertaken to prime the pump of the economy, then the debt might liquidate itself.

A: How could a deficit "Prime the pump" of the economy?

B: How could this cause the debt to liquidate itself?

Question 10. A key economic adviser to president George W. Bush said yesterday he believed that national saving was too low in the United States. But he agreed that encouraging consumers to save at a time when their spending was largely responsible for keeping the U.S economic recovery on track could be risky. But in the longer term, he said, the rationale for increasing savings in the United States was clear

A: Explain the logic that lies behind the statement that encouraging savings could be risky.

B: What is the rationale behind why increasing saving is good in the longer term?  

The managed care organization has asked you to put together a spreadsheet that shows a comparison between 3 diseases that are impacting 3 different countries. Because your department will be coming up for an accreditation performance review, this is a good time to start to evaluate data. In recent years, studies have indicated an increase in overall rates for cancer, HIV/AIDS, and obesity.

Use the library, textbook, and the Web site for the World Health Organization (WHO) to research and explain why there is such a profound change in these countries during the time span. Prepare a PowerPoint presentation of 8–10 slides as well as an Excel spreadsheet that does the following:

  • Compare data from the United States, Canada, and Cuba.
  • Analyze obesity, cancer, and HIV/AIDS in these countries.
  • Data should be viewed from 2008 to 2010.
  • Calculate the percentage of change from one year to the next.
  • Provide an explanation for the changes from 2008–2010.

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i have already selected the company franchise 7-Eleven convience store to opening in  lexington,MA.

It should be in APA format times new roman 12points , include refrences, 2 pages per unit so total 8 pages. Please please please have a note that it should inculde all the sub question asked in each question properly.....


Marketing Plan Elements (Ten Sections)


I. Product or Service Description


Describe for the reader what it is that you wish to bring to market. If it is a product, describe the product, its functionality, and how it works. If it is a service, describe the service offering so that the reader understands what they would receive.


It is suggested that you create a product or service on your own. Please do not attempt to write a marketing plan for Google or Aflac, as that is beyond the purview of this course.


Your description should be complete, including:


·         Where your company is located

·         The problem your product/service solves – as seen by the target market (not you) – and to which the target market would say, “Yes, that is a problem and no one has solved it”? 

·          The competitive advantages that you offer

·         The challenges might you face in the marketing of this product or service


Ensure that you have adequately described your product or service. By the time your Product or Service Description is written, the reader understands what you want to bring to market. If you have a Service Description, the reader knows where you are located, what your service offers, where (parking?), and so on. Describe it so that the reader envisions the product or service.


II. SWOT Analysis


The SWOT Analysis is written in bullet form, with each bullet not exceeding two lines.  The SWOT Analysis is not submitted in essay form.


The SWOT Analysis demonstrates a clear understanding of these specifics:


·         STRENGTHS that you bring to the market and that make you a formidable competitor

·         WEAKNESSES that you know that you need to address, as your competition is aware of these (or may become aware) and will likely exploit these. Your WEAKNESSES should be addressed as soon as possible

·         OPPORTUNITIES that allow you to capitalize on your STRENGTHS.  Where might you grow your business and revenues?

·         THREATS in the macroenvironment. These include those aspects that you cannot control, but they are there – the economy, the competition, political/legal environment. 


You might also consider the past history of the industry or business environment in which you plan to bring your product or service.  Ensure that your SWOT is candid, factual, and is non-fiction. You want to demonstrate your realistic assessment of that which you have going for you and not going for you.


III. Target Market


Your Target Market section should do the following:


·         Describe your target market, whether a business or consumer market, using segmentation variables.  These include the use of demographics, psychographics, geodemographics, geographies, behavioral segments, or other segmentation criteria.

·         Describe your rationale for selecting the target market(s) that you did. State why these markets attractive to you, as a marketer.

·         Describe the market in terms of its anticipated growth, revenue opportunities, past performance, etc.  Utilize our author’s criteria for segmentation to demonstrate that your target market(s) suggest the likelihood of success – the market needs to be identifiable, measurable, sustainable, accessible, and reachable. 


If your segmentation is too general, you will find that your promotional mix (IMC) will be equally general, as you will not have described your market with sufficient specifics.  Thus, have you provided measurable segmentation variables or have you described your market as “everyone who needs PC storage” or “everyone in Smithville who likes Italian food”?


IV. Competitive Analysis


This section of your marketing plan will be highly dependent on your extensive research into the competitive arena.  You want to know what is out there and what the competition is doing. When you enter the market you will either a) already have competition or b) your success will likely invite competition. Regardless, any successful business venture usually results in competition entering the market and reacting accordingly.


Your marketing plan Competitive Analysis section should focus on two (2) key competitors. This may also include potential substitutes if competition is not currently perceived.  Your competition might be organized along several tangents – by industry, company type, or firm. 


For your top two (2) primary competitors:


·         Indicate why you have selected these two competitors.  Offer a SWOT Analysis that focuses on the STRENGTHS and WEAKNESSES of each competitor. 

·         Describe of each company, its current market share, its product or service set offerings, its financials (e.g., revenues, profitability, etc.), current positioning within the market, target market that is seeks to reach, recent history (how are they doing?), and how they market themselves to the target market that you also wish to reach.

·         Do a comparison of your product or service with that offered by the competition.  How will you differentiate your product/service from that offered by the competition?  Inherent in your presentation will be why your target market would likely select your offering over that of the competition.  If you don’t have a differentiator, your target market won’t see one either.

·         Describe the likely response that these two competitors will take once you begin to make ample waves, assuming that you are entering a market in which competition already exists.  What response should you anticipate?  What will be your response to what you project will be their likely response to your entry into the market? 



Be sure to address substitutes.  Are there any substitutes for your service or product offering? Identify any key substitutes, discussing their strengths and weaknesses of those substitutes that you have selected, when compared to your offering. 


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The green tea contains antioxidants can speed up the metabolism by combining it to  caffeine.  The lemon-lime cocktail keeps the flavor fresh and refreshing.


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Financials:  This must be in the form of ONE Excel file.  Be sure to pay attention to the requirements listed in the book and the lecture—this assignment needs to include a Profit and Loss Statement, a Balance Sheet, and a Cash Flow statement, in the format shown in the book and the lectures, with the first year shown monthly, the second year quarterly, and the third year annually, for all three statements.  I realize that the sample financials on Blackboard Learn do not have all three statements as monthly, quarterly, and annually; you still have to do them that way.  Also required in this assignment are your financial assumptions; you need to develop your assumptions first, because they drive the forecasts of both revenues and expenses.  Also include the legal form of your business, as this drives the taxes you will (or won’t) pay.  Upload one Excel file to appropriate drop box in Blackboard Learn.  Only ONE Excel file will be accepted.  You may, however, put the assumptions in a Word file, although it makes more sense to put them in Excel so you can easily access them when working on the projections.



The financial part was the old part u did.        (this time was the same only finalize the financial draft.)




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