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HYFLUX FINANCIAL INVESTEMENT AND REPORTING
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HYFLUX FINANCIAL INVESTEMENT AND REPORTING
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY.1
1. COMPANY ANALYSIS.2
1.1. Company Overview.2
1.2 HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF

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Accounting Case Analysis
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Question 1
Pre-paid Legal Services Inc. is an American firm that operates in a marketing
environment with few competitors thus

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Question 1
Pre-paid Legal Services Inc. is an American firm that operates in a marketing
environment with few competitors thus

13. A boat sails from a point A to a point B upstream a distance of 30 km
and back to A in 3 hours 12 minutes. The current in the river is
ﬂowing at 5 km/h. Determine“ the speed of the boat in still water.
(4 marks)
Solution
Let the speed of boat in still

17.1'heequationofacurveis y— =2x2— 4x+5
(a) Determine the coordinates of the turning point of the curve.
(2 marks)
(b) Show that the turning point of the curve is a minima. (2 marks)
/ (c) The curve y = 213 ~— 4x + 5 passes through the point P(2 , 5).
f L

22. You are given the matrix M = (
(a)
4 50
Find M1 the inverse of M. (2 marks) .
7 25)
(b) Two slaughter houses Masha and Jasho bought bulls at sh 0b
(C)
per bull and goats at shg per goat. M Sho bought 7 bulls and
25 goats at a total cost of sh 135 0 as

'20
Proﬁt on goats = — x 1 209 X 25 Marking ”scheme ‘
100
= sh 6 000
Total proﬁt = 42 000 + 6 000 For both J exp. 0f .
= Sh 48 000 prof. &add. ——M1_
Jasho: Proﬁt on bulls = -3—5 X 15 000 x 4 -
100 \p
= sh 21 000 (g0
Proﬁt on goats -= 39— X 1 200 x 50

13. Two fair dice are tossed and the outcome on each dice recorded. Find
the probability that the sum shown on both dice is greater than or
equal to 7. (2 mar k9)
Solution ' ' mmgame
Table for possible outcomes
The required outcomes are shown below th

23. The points A(0, 0), B(‘3, 1), C(1, 3) and D(4, 2) are the vertices of
a parallelogram ABCD.
'(a) Draw ABCD on squared paper. On he same grid draw A’B’ C’D’
the image of ABCD undern a @Ement centre (0,0) and scale
factor ‘2. Write down the (ﬁligmites o

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Software Processes
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Software Processes
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Almost all software processes involve specification that helps in determining the essence of the
system. Further, design and implem

International Context
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INTRODUCTION
Terrorism is global concern that has affected the society in many dimensions. The principal aim
of terrorism is the use of violence to pr

16. This method encompasses information collected concerning the cost incurred by each person
when traveling to amenity or entertaining place.
17. This is a formula applied in ascertaining the worth of services or goods into individual parts.
For illustra

COSMETIC INDUSTRY
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Company Name and Location
I am John Mustapha, an American citizen by birth and a Christian by faith. We are proposing to
start a cosmetic company by the year 2017. The business name will be Smokey Eyes. The
company will

Measurement and decision
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APPLE INC
INTRODUCTION
BRIEF BACKGROUND AND OVERVIEW OF THE
COMPANY
COMPANY PROFILE
APPLEE INC
Organizational Overview
History of the Organization
Products of the Company
A

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Group Performance
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Group Performance
Ideally, the size of the group has a direct impact on the performance and production of
ant given group or organization. The organizations are requi

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Modification of Organizational Structures
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MODIFICATION OF ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES
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Modification of Organizational Structures
Ideas regarding modification of the organizational s

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Leadership Reflection Paper
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LEADERSHIP REFLECTIOPN PAPER
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Leadership Reflection Paper
My personal journey in leadership has been the key pillar in escalating my personal
awareness this has for

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Leadership Reflection Paper
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LEADERSHIP REFLECTIOPN PAPER
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Leadership Reflection Paper
My personal journey in leadership has been the key pillar in escalating my personal
awareness this has for

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Model of Interest Development
Focus of the article
The paper focuses on addressing the interest of both teachers and students towa

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Software Processes
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Software Processes
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Almost all software processes involve specification that helps in determining the essence of the
system. Further, design and implem

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Mexican Land Reform
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MEXICAN LAND REFORM
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Mexican Land Reform
The issue of land ownership water has remained a significant challenge in the country of
Mexico. Transfer of title deeds the people of Mexic

10. Given the column vectors
1 6' ’3
a=‘2,b=‘3,c=2
9 3
andthat p = 2a— §b+c,
I
express p as a column vector and hence calculate its magnitude
to 3 signiﬁcant ﬁgures. ( 3 mar ks)
Solution Marking scheme 7
p = 2a-—%b+c
=29)—
(i)—<i)+§) 46‘
F

Solution
(a) (i) By deﬁnition acceleration is rate of
change of velocity with time.
. dv
1.e. a — dt — 21—4
=> dv = (2t — 4)dt
Integrating both sides we have
v = R2: — 4)dt
= f2 - 41‘ + C, For J integ. & subst. — M:
where c is a constant of integration
wh

19. Two friends Mwangi and Kaveta live 40 km apart. One morning "
Mwangi left his house at 9.00 am and cycded towards Kaveta’s house
at an average speed of 20 km/h. K v ft his house at 10.30 am
on the same day and cycled towaL wangi’s house at an average

Note:
1. At the turning poi_nt gradient of curve is zero.
2. Maxima and minima. 0 \{5
(a) If gradient changes from +, 0, —— i.e. +/ \- 9 g a maxima,
i.e. T? has a maximum value. \{s
(b) If gradient changes from -, 0, + i.e. " . , TP is a minima,
i.e. TP h

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Basic Decision Making
Egidiah Muthoni
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BASIC DECISION MAKING
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Basic Decision Making
Decision making refers to choosing the best-preferred option from a list of alternatives
based on the decision maker's p