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    Need help with a factorisation question

    use difference of squares... (x^2-y^2) = (x+y)(x-y)
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    General Thoughts: Engineering Studies

    wot? You troll.
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    Help !!!!!!!!!

    have you seen this... http://community.boredofstudies.org/showthread.php?t=283235
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    Well what is it if it is not an expense? It stands for "COST of goods sold".
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    COGS is an expense, "cost of goods sold", which you can minimise through buying in bulk or changing suppliers, which would improve GP. Thats why i put it, i believe 'minimising expenses' is the most correct answer.
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    yes, most likely, but there is no indication whatever in the question that the company research the needs and wants of the customer before developing the product, hence they are relying on the selling approach to get the customers to buy it.
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    Why must it be this? In the textbook, 'cost centres' and 'expense minimisation' are both regarded as equally relevant profitability management strategies, and as someone pointed out earlier, just using cost centres is not enough to actually help your profitability. You must then analyse the...
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    100% correct. It is D.
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    2013 HSC Students - heed my/our warning regarding Engineering Studies as a subject.

    Re: 2013 HSC Students - heed my/our warning regarding Engineering Studies as a subjec I did engineering this year and loved every moment of it. Who cares if it scales rubbish, imo its still a very interesting subject.
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    no, they are variable, the magnitude depends on the level of sales.
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    Raw marks for band 6?

    +1. The cutoff for the old syllabus was about 80, and the new syllabus is no easier. Arguably easy exam today, maybe 81/82, not 85/6/7.
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    No, the question says exactly "American travel agents organising tours for Australians". The exchange rates make it cheaper for the Aussies to go overseas, which is what the Americans are organising. That is definitely C. Yes, it did... the question asked for "the minimum number of days...
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    Business studies question 19 2012 HSC test

    yes, it is D, meaning country C
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    Cpa multi!

    Well why did you put 10 then? Shortest necessary path means you must allow time for all tasks to be completed, which means its 17.
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