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Explain the functions of marketing.

1)- FUNCTIONS OF RESEARCH-             A)- Marketing Research             B)- Product Planning and Development. 2)- FUNCTIONS OF EXCHANGE-             A)- Buying and Assembling . . .

Describe the functions of communication in a commercial organisation.

Answer: 1)- Basis of Decision – Making 2)- Smooth and Efficient Working 3)- Increasing Managerial Efficiency 4)- Facilitates Coordination 5)-Promotes Industrial Peace 6)- Management of Change 7)- Effective Control 8)- Good Public Relation . . .

Q- Write the meaning of the visual communication

Visual Communication- Graphs, Diagrams and other means of visual communication are extremely useful communication because they give a bird’s eye view of the entire data and the information presented is easily understood. Diagrams and graphs has great memorized values.   . . .

Measures to overcome the barriers

Main principles of effective communication 1)- CLARITY 2)- COMPLETENESS 3)- CORRECTNESS 4)- CONSISTENCY 5)- CONSULTATION 6)- OBJECTIVE 7)- TIMELINESS 8)- FEEDBACK . . .

Q. Write the meaning of the aural communication

Aural Communication- Visual methods of communication are those which are seen. Pictures, signs, graphs, Charts are examples of the aural communication. Audio-visual communication combines both sound (aural) and Sight (visual) means. TV and Cinema are the main forms of the audio-visual communication.    . . .

Why do stars twinkle?

The twinkling of star due to atmospheric refraction of starlight. The starlight, on entering the earth’s atmosphere, undergoes refraction continuously before it reaches the earth. The atmospheric refraction occurs in a medium of gradually changing refractive index. Since the atmosphere bends starlight towards the normal, the apparent position of t . . .

What is Work?

Work is defined as the product of force and displacement in the direction of force. Work on a body depends on two factors: Force applied on the body Net displacement of the body along the direction of force.  W= Force × Net displacement in the direction of force. Work is a scalar quantity. Unit of work SI unit of wor . . .

What is Power?

The rate of doing work is called power. If a body does W work in time t then its power is defined as, P= Work(W) ⁄ Time(t) Power=W/t We know that also W= F × d P=W/t =F × d/ t{ velocity v= d/t} = F× v Therefore, power is also expressed as P= Force × velocity. Unit of Power SI unit of power is watt(w). . . .

What is Energy?

Capacity of doing work by a body is called energy. Like work energy is also a scalar quantity and its unit is joule(J) The heat energy in the body is measured in calorie. 1 calorie =4.18 joule. The energy of atomic particles is measured in electron volts(eV). 1 eV=1.6 × 10-19 joule.   . . .

What is force?

A force is an agency that changes the shape or state of motion of a body or tries to change it.Force can change the state of motion of the body. Example: we apply force to move a stationary bicycle and also to stop a moving bicycle. The force is used to change the shape of the body. It can expand air to blow a balloon and also compress the air in a . . .

Sources of energy

All sources of energy divided into two groups: Conventional sources of energy. Non- Conventional sources of energy. The fuel like wood, coal and petroleum are major conventional sources of energy. Wood and coal convert chemical energy into heat energy. Petroleum converts chemical energy into mechanical energy to run automobiles. The so . . .

Law of conservation of energy

According to law of conservation of energy total energy of the universe is conserved. The energy cannot be created nor be destroyed. It can simply be converted from one form to another. Let us consider the following examples in which one form of energy converts to another. A cell or battery converts chemical energy into electric energy. A mic . . .

Food Habits

Animal cannot prepare their own food. They directly or indirectly depend on plant for their food. Different animals eat different kind of food. Some animals eat grass and plants only. Some animals eat flesh from other animals. Some animals eat both, plant and animals. On the basis of the food they eat, animals are classified as follows:   . . .

Principal effects on the body of thyroid hormones:

Regulation of organic metabolism and energy balance:  All protein, fat and carbohydrate metabolism is influenced by thyroxine. Since the overall effect is to increase catabolism, they increase the basal metabolic rate (BMR). The energy produced raises the body temperature. Regulation of growth and development: They regulates tissue (especially . . .

Question: Convert 30 degree Celsius to Fahrenheit.

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