BUSINESS MIDDLE SCHOOL

Direct mail questionnaires should be kept at a maximum of how many pages

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Answer 1
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One page ( 1 )

Explanation:

Direct mail questionnaires should be kept at a maximum of one ( 1 ) page  because mail questionnaires are meant to get information from prospective clients or relevant public about an existing goods and services or a prospective good or service to be rendered.  it can also be used to get relevant information on a topic to be researched on

study have shown that many people become uninterested in direct questionnaires that are more than one (1) page long and do not attend to them. whether direct mail or otherwise. A direct mail questionnaire should contain a cover note introducing the topic on research.

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The sales department at Delta Corp. has devised a set of rules for its employees. All the employees are required to be in the office premises by 8 a.m. every day. They are also required to wear business casuals. In addition, every employee has to send a productivity update to his or her supervisor before leaving for the day. In this case, the sales department has developed _____.

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Answer:

A. norms.

Explanation:

Based on the information provided within the question it can be said that in this case, the sales department has developed norms. This term refers to unwritten rules regarding behavior and various actions that considered by the company or society as being acceptable for the environment in which you are in. Such unwritten rules include dress codes and specific work hours, as defined in this scenario.

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A product is considered to be nonexcludable ifA. it is jointly owned by all members of a community.B. your consumption of the product reduces the quantity available for others to consume.C. you cannot keep those who did not pay for the item from enjoying its benefits.D. you can keep those who did not pay for the item from enjoying its benefits.

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Answer:

OPTION C              

Explanation:

Non-exclusive goods are essential services which can not preclude the use of such goods by a single person or group of persons. Consequently it is almost difficult to restrict access to the sale of un-excludable products. For instance, a public highway requires almost anyone to use it no matter of the type of motorized vehicle we have, or even if they are just wandering around.

Products which are not excluded and products which are excluded are opposites. The former means that each person can access and consume a certain public good while the latter refers to goods which prevent some people from using it. Exclusive items are private goods while non-exclusive goods are public goods.

HIGH SCHOOL

Suppose that Company A's railroad cars pass through Farmer B's corn fields. The railroad causes an externality to the farmer because the railroad cars emit sparks that cause $1,500 in damage to the farmer's crops. There is a special soy-based grease that the railroad could purchase that would eliminate the damaging sparks. The grease costs $1,200. Suppose that the farmer has the right to compensation for any damage that his crops suffer. Assume that there are no transaction costs. Which of the following characterizes the efficient outcome? a) the railroad will continue to operate but will pay the farmer $1,500 in damages
b) the railroad will purchase the grease for $1,2000 and pay the farmer nothing because no crop damage will occur
c) the farmer will incur $1,500 in damages to his crops
d) the farmer will pay te railroad $1,200 to purchase the grease so that no crop damage will occur

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Answer:

b) the railroad will purchase the grease for $1,200 and pay the farmer nothing because no crop damage will occur

Explanation:

Damage caused to farmer's land by sparks of Company A's railroad cars = $1,500

Now provided that if company purchases grease costs $1,200 will be the expense but this will help company save net of $300 i.e. $1,500 crop reimbursement - $1,200 for grease equipment.

Therefore as for the efficient outcome for both farmer and company this is best appropriate to be chosen as in this no loss to farmer will occur and also the compensation cost of $1,500 will not be incurred to company rather only one time $1,200 will be paid.

b) the railroad will purchase the grease for $1,200 and pay the farmer nothing because no crop damage will occur

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Jane started a new job and is able to telecommute instead of working in the office. she knows she is doing a great job, but she is afraid that her boss doesn’t notice her good work because she telecommutes. what can jane do to make sure she isn’t invisible to her boss?

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She can email summarized monthly reports of her work to her boss.
she can make recommendations and suggestions to her boss via email etc.
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