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Math Help Has Never Been This Entertaining by Katie Robbins
... Once your basic math skills are mastered try your hand at critical thinking math games. A great website is Math.com. Math.com at can be your one stop shop for all your math needs. Math.com provides homework help, practice, tutors, calculators & tools, and math games. The last word, “games” probably peeked your interest. Yes, you can improve your math skills through games. Learning multiplication and logic skills doesn’t always have to involve a textbook and a classroom.

Understanding the GED Test by Leonard Williams
... Both parts of the math test require more background knowledge and ability in basic math skills. The test covers basic number operations, basic algebra and geometry, along with analysis of charts and data. Part of the math test requires use of a calculator to perform number operations. The calculator used is the Casio FX-260, and the official testing site will provide it for the test. But since not all calculators are alike, you’ll want to become familiar with the FX-260 calculator functions ...

Small Business Marketing Review - Strategic Database Marketing by Craig Lutz-Priefert
... You don’t have to be a statistics wizard to read the book; although basic business sense is certainly helpful. At its core, Hughes’ thesis is simple: companies can implement database marketing to improve their sales through building stronger relationships with their best customers. The challenge, of course, is actually pulling it off. Many have tried, not all successfully. Hughes has some case studies that you can use to help you avoid some of the more costly mistakes some of the large ...

GED Programs and the GED: A Value Beyond Basic Skills Proficiency by Michael Ormsby
... As business managers evaluate workforce skills shortages or weigh their workforce development objectives, consider that the GED credential has a value that extends beyond basic skills proficiency. Employers want employees who have - or can acquire – a comprehensive skill set that includes basic skills, knowledge application, critical thinking and technical competence. But related abilities are equally important – abilities that contribute to workforce stability and productivity.

Did eBay Open the Door for Google? by James Newton
... Problem is, this is a highly competitive market and he might price himself out of sales. The math is done, does this seller have any chance to earn money on eBay? I think Bill has forgotten that buyers come to eBay because of the sellers, so they can buy it. If it aint there, they won't be coming. Bill, it's not a good idea to chase sellers away. 83% of your listings hmmm. Ok Google (or anyone with an auction site), looks like eBay wants to hand over the keys to..

Marketing for Business Leaders: Three Steps to Increase Marketing Effectiveness by Susan Tatum
... The "how much" is easily answered using basic math. Start with your sales goals and work backward. You'll need to answer the following questions: * What is our annual new business revenue goal? * How many new customers does this represent? * What percentage of qualified opportunities do we actually close? * What percentage of leads actually become qualified opportunities? Using this information, you can determine how many new inquiries your marketing must generate in order for the sales ...

R U Wurreed Cuz Yur Cid Kant Spel? by Jeffrey Hauser
... My thinking is that if someone goes to the trouble of posting a business website, get a proofreader. There’s no excuse for misspellings, sometime right in the main header. I even understand there’s an entire market for buying articles on Ebay that are misspelled. Like Guchi (Gucci), Louis Viton (Vuitton), and Tommy Hillfigger (Hilfiger), and therefore, not receiving many offers at auction. Good grief! So what do we do about it? Well, we can do that person with the misspelled ...

Increasing Brain Power by Tim Bryce
... Basic exercises can also enhance both physical and mental acuity. Many companies now offer in-house facilities for such programs. Understand this, employee breaks are not all bad. It gives the worker an opportunity to get away from his work, clear his head, and return with a better focus. Of course, there will be those employees who will abuse this privilege and, because of this, the manager has to constantly monitor the use of breaks. Ultimately, the corporate culture has a profound effect ...