Howard E.Butt Stores
Part 1
H.E.B begun as a single store, operated by a family more than a hundred years ago with an
initial investment of 60$. The first store was established in Kerrville and in todays age, H.E.B has
expanded to more than 340 operating
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Introduction
Coca-Cola has been name as one of the most valuable brands in the last decade.
And there was even a time when The Company was labeled as the biggest
br
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Cadbury Halal problem
Introduction
Cadbury is a company well known amongst Asian countries for its prized product
created with a darker mix of chocolate among other competitors, often referred to as
Dairy Milk. The
A Slowing Malaysian Economy
1.
The Circular Flow of Income
The circular flow of income refers to the model created after analysis of an economys
goods, services and capital between the firms and consumers. This circular flow is quite
significant to the co
Consumer Behavior Assignment
Syed Sajjad Hussain
Reg Id; 3464
Water Beds
1. The advertising would need to show the quality of the product which can be depicted by
showing children jumping on the bed. Two people lying down on the bed can be shown
while a n
Segmentation is extremely essential to a brand in defining the correct products which work for
certain customer segments. Another reason segmentation comes in to play is that Coca Cola, as
the primary product of the company does not target a single segmen
Consumer Behavior Assignment
Water Beds (Case Study)
Name: Muhammad Faizan
Registration ID: 1673
Water Beds (Case Study)
1. Shyam Lal could employ multiple scenarios in an advertisement to effectively present
the product. The Advertisement would need to b
Case Study:
The Chinese Yuan: Be Careful of the Dragons tail
Group Members:
Muhammad Faizan (1673)
Hammad Ali Zaheer (1488)
Question 1: Evaluate the three choices that China Faces in determining what to do with
it currency value. Which choice would you ch
Cheating Consultants: Helping Factories to Pass Audits
1.
The ethics of using consultancy firms to disguise records
As far as the morality of the issue is concerned, the practice should be considered
fully unethical without a shadow of doubt. However, as
PROBLEM SET # 2
Due February 6.
1. Let G be a Lie group with Lie algebra g. Show that for any g
exp ad() = Ad exp().
2. Let G be a connected compact complex Lie group. Prove that G is abelian.
(Hint: observe that Ad : G EndC (g) is a holomorphic map and u
PROBLEM SET # 1
Due January 130.
1. Show that SO(n) is connected for all n 1.
2. Describe the Lie algebras of U (n) and SU (n) as subalgebras in M (n, C). Calculate dimensions of U (n) and SU (n).
3. Let Q be a non-degenerate symmetric form on Rn of signa
MATH 744, FALL 2010
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT #3, PARTIAL SOLUTIONS
JONATHAN ROSENBERG
Hall, Chapter 3, Problem 9. Let
X=
a 0
,
0 a
Then
eX =
ea
0
0
ea
a > 0,
Y =
eY =
,
1
0
0
.
0
0
.
1
On the other hand,
eX eY =
ea
0
0
ea
has trace ea ea = 2 cosh a < 2, so by
PROBLEM SET # 6
Due March 6.
1. Let h denote the Heisenberg Lie algebra over C with basis cfw_x, y, z and the
bracket
[x, y] = z, [z, x] = [z, y] = 0.
Show that Der(h) is isomorphic to a semidirect product of gl(2) and the two dimensional abelian ideal, w
PROBLEM SET # 3
Due February 13.
1. Let H be the group of upper triangular 3 3 matrices with 1-s on the main
diagonal and G = H S 1 . Let z be a non-identity element in the center Z(H) and
t S 1 be an element of infinite order. Consider the cyclic subgrou
PROBLEM SET # 8
MATH 261A
Due March 20.
1. (a) Check that sp(4) and so(5) (resp. sl(4) and so(6) have the same root
systems.
(b) Let V = C4 denote the defining representation of sp(4) and sl(4). Use the
representation of these Lie algebras in the second e
Exam Lie groups
June 6, 2012, 13:30 - 16:30 uur
Please use a dierent sheet of paper for each exercise.
Write your name and student number on every sheet. On the rst sheet
write your name, university, student number and email address.
All exercises will
PROBLEM SET # 9
Due April 3.
1. Let g be a simple Lie algebra with generators cfw_ei , fi , hi | i = 1, . . . , n and simple
roots 1 , . . . , n . Check that for any h in the Cartan subalgebra:
exp(ad ei ) exp( ad fi ) exp(ad ei )(h) = h i (h)hi .
2. Comp
MATH 744, FALL 2010
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT #6 SOLUTIONS
JONATHAN ROSENBERG
(a) h is a solvable ideal in g, so [X, h] h, and h + CX contains h as an ideal of codimension 1, with
(h + CX)/h one-dimensional and abelian. Since the class of solvable Lie algebras
PROBLEM SET # 5
Due February 27.
1. Show that the classical Lie algebras sl(n, C) for n 2, so(n, C) for n 3 and
sp(2n, C) for n 1 are semisimple.
2. Let g be a simple Lie algebra over R or C. Prove that any two invariant
symmetric forms on g are proportio
PROBLEM SET # 4
Due February 22.
1. Compute the terms of degree 3 and 4 in the BakerCampbellHausdorff formula.
2. Use PBW theorem to prove that
(a) The universal enveloping algebra U (g) does not have zero divisors.
(b) If g is a finite-dimensional Lie al
Teacher: Jill Snedden
Student: Rai aun Iqbal
Spelling/Vocabulary List
Sunday, February 12, 2017
Unit 2 Romanticism Academic Vocabulary
1. construct
Definition: to create by systematically arranging ideas
Sentence: You need to construct your argument using
Teacher: Jill Snedden
Student: Rai aun Iqbal
Spelling/Vocabulary List
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Unit 3: Romanticism to Realism
1. element
Definition: one of the parts that make up something
Sentence: One element of a story is the plot.
2. emphasis
Definition
India Pakistan water dispute
Table of contents
Introduction
Indus water treaty
India construction of dam
India Pakistan war
Water crisis in Pakistan
Dialogues and talks
Conclusion
Bibliography
INTRODUCTION
Pakistan and India have many dispute. Every dispu
Sir Creek is a 60 mile strip of water in the Rann of Kutch marshlands. The creek, which opens up into the
Arabian Sea, divides the Indian state of Gujarat from the Pakistani province of Sindh. Where exactly in
the creek the border lies has been disputed f
Sir creek dispute
between Pakistan and
India
Scheme of presentation
Introduction
Dispute
location
Claim of both counties
Economic Reasons
Dialogues
conclusion
Introduction
Sir Creek is 96 km strip of water that is
disputed between Pakistan and India
Origi
Historical Background
The IP Gas Pipeline project has been under discussion between Iran and Pakistan since 1994.
Iran signed a preliminary agreement with Pakistan in 1995. Later on, Iran suggested to extend
the pipeline from Pakistan into India and signe
Representation and
participation in India
Introductions
Poor landless and backwards castes are excluded from political arena
However in recent time these groups are entered to politics
Poor women first time stands for there rights in Andara Pradesh and
Ma
The Sir Creek is a 96 km (60 mile) strip of water disputed between India and Pakistan in the
Rann of Kutch marshlands. The creek, which opens up into the Arabian Sea, divides the Kutch
region of the Indian state of Gujarat with the Sindh province of Pakis