1. Characteristics of Egyptian art are stability, order and endurance as seen in the sphinx and
pyramids; they have stood as ancient relics of the Egyptians for hundreds of years. As
well as the pallet which is a slab that is used to mix cosmetics, and th
DATE: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4
REVISION OF CONCEPTS
Presented by : Peter Nyikuli
1. The 4 Ps of Marketing : Developing the Marketing Strategy
2. The Seven Ps of Marketing Mix
The 4 Cs of marketing
AGRICULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
STUDENTS EXTERNAL ATTACHMENT
DURATION: 8 WEEKS
THE LOG BOOK
This log book is to assist the student to keep a record of the training. It will sho
Lecture 2: Monday 19th September 2016
Introduction and overview of agricultural marketing.
Marketing is fundamentally about communicating information to increase demand for a
product or service.
AGRIBUSINESS VALUE CHAIN MANAGEMENT
WEEK 2 : Tuesday 13th September 2016
Meaning of Agro-Chains and Value Chains
A Value Chain links the steps a product takes from the farmer to the consumer.
A value chain analysis describes the entire range
AER 2307: AGRIBUSINESS VALUE CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Presented by: Peter Nyikuli
Topic: Concept of Value Addition in Agro Supply Chain
( Source: Adapted from University of Texas A&M
Value-added agriculture generates several billion dollars in economic
MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
These are instruments used to raise short-term funds from the market. They include
(a) TREASURY BILLS
These are government securities issued to:
(i) Cover government deficit
(j) Finance maturity debts
(k) Control inflation
AGRIBUSINESS VALUE CHAIN MANAGEMENT
To introduce students to agribusiness value chain that is upstream of the firm-farm and also to expose them to
processes that are the foundation of integrative thinking and analysis.
1. Summarize natural resource economics and the role they play in the world today.
2. Explain the relationship of supply and demand to environmental choices.
3. What are some ways you think an organization can integrate the economic ideas into
Potbelly began in 1977 as a humble antique store located in Chicago. It was
turned into sandwich shop that was known to have a line out the door. Potbell
Chapter 11: Voice and Data Delivery Networks
1. The Internet can transfer conventional data and voice data.
2. It wasnt until the 1950s that POTS began carrying computer data signals as well as voice signals.
Chapter 6: Errors, Error Detection, and Error Control
1. Because white noise is relatively continuous, it can be reduced significantly but never completely
2. White noise is dependent on the temperature of the
Chapter 12: Network Security
1. Internet systems are the only systems that experience security problems.
2. The two leading attack methods for the last few years have been socially engineered attacks and
exploited known v
Chapter 5: Making Connections Efficient: Multiplexing and Compression
1. Multiplexing is a technique typically performed at the network access layer of the TCP/IP protocol
2. One way to make a connection between tw
Chapter 2: Fundamentals of Data and Signals
1. The terms data and signal mean the same thing.
2. By convention, the minimum and maximum values of analog data and signals are presented as
Chapter 10: The Internet
1. Current estimates suggest that there are more than 40 million hosts (computer sites that store and
deliver Web pages) connected to the Internet.
2. IP is a connection-oriented protocol.
Chapter 1: Introduction to Computer Networks and Data Communications
1. Data is information that has been translated into a form that is more conducive to storage,
transmission, and calculation.
2. Some people call computer
Chapter 8: Local Area Networks: Part II
1. Network operating systems are essential if the network is going to allow multiple users to share
2. Users cannot interact directly with the operating system through a
Chapter 7: Local Area Networks: Part I
1. Perhaps the strongest advantage of a local area network is its capability of allowing users to share
hardware and software resources.
2. The local area network first appeared in t
Chapter 9: Introduction to Metropolitan Area Networks and Wide Area Networks
1. Wide area networks share a few characteristics with local area networks.
2. Wide area networks carry both data and voice.
Chapter 3: Conducted and Wireless Media
1. Category 1 twisted pair wire is not recommended for transmitting megabits of computer data.
2. Category 1 wire is susceptible to experiencing noise and signal attenuation.
Chapter 4: Making Connections
1. On occasion, a company will create a protocol that, while not an official standard, becomes so popular
that other companies start using it.
2. One of the latest interface standards is the
Chapter 13: Network Design and Management
1. Computer network technology changes at breakneck speed.
2. The systems development life cycle is a one-time only process.
3. One very important part of m
Computation of Product Unit Cost
Wild Things, Inc., manufactures custom-made stuffed animals. Last month the company produced 4,540 stuffed
bears with stethoscopes for the local children's hospital to sell at a fund-raising e