Ten Things You Can Do on Most Cellphones by Varun Krishnan
... 2.CalculatorYou can use the small calculator in your phone to do small math when you are on the move. 3.Send messages to a group of peopleSome phones have provision for organising your contacts into Distribution lists.So you can send a particular SMS to all phone numbers in that group. 4.Keypad LockI meet so many people who dont know that there's a feature that helps them lock the keypad when not in use.They complain that calls are automatically made to the last number when they keep the ...
Cooking for a Crowd? Need Large Quantity Recipes? Why Not Create Your Own? by Debra Haydel
... On a buffet of numerous dishes, people will take smaller portions of each in order to sample everything. Also, not everyone will sample every dish. This means that every dish you prepare need not serve 25. You need only prepare a few large quantity dishes. Look for recipes that serve 8-12 and double them (or not). With a calculator and a little ingredient know-how you can comfortably convert most of your party food recipes and present a tantalizing menu to your guests. Have fun!
Questions And Answers About The GED Test by Leonard Williams
... Here’s a simple way to think about this: if you’re taking a test with 10 questions, you’ll need to get at least six answers correct to pass. Each question on the GED test equals one point. You can miss one out of three questions, and still pass the GED. What’s the pass/fail rate? On average, two out of three people who take the GED Tests pass. The better prepared you are for the GED test, the greater your chances of doing well. Why do some people pass easily, and other people fail?
5 Ways to Form Good Study Habits in your Kids by Dinorah Blackman
... In order to keep from having to get up every few minutes to fetch one thing or the other, make sure the chosen study spot has a decent supply of everything like pencils, pens, crayons, markers, erasers, sharpeners, ruled paper, white paper, calculator, etc. I always suggest to students that it might be a good idea to also have a snack readily at hand (something that won’t make a mess, though), that way you won’t have to interrupt your work because you have the munchies.
My Kid is Smart- So Why is He Getting Bad Grades? by Sadiq Ansari
... A mild case of bad attitude could be cured by a simple, realistic explanation of why school is important. You need credibility, so don't say something like "Trust me, I'm your mother." If you want your child to get good grades, explain why. Be honest, and speak from the heart. If you got bad grades when you were that age, think about how your life would be different if you had gotten good grades, if it would be different at all. You can use yourself as either a positive or negative example.
Small Business Marketing Review - Strategic Database Marketing by Craig Lutz-Priefert
... 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 corporate marketers have made. Strategic Database Marketing is a minimal yet crucial first investment in database ...
How to Add Shares to a Profitable Position by Chris Perruna
... The following is a true example using actual stock prices but the portfolio size has been altered to keep the calculations simple and to keep my own activity discreet. When I first purchased CBG, I took on the entire 1% portfolio risk and wasn’t sure if I would ever add shares in the future (this wasn’t my concern at the time). I liked the stock and thought the 15 week pattern that preceded my buy was picture perfect (especially since the correction was due after the prior up-trend from the ...
That New Car Smell - Tales from the Darkside in Austin, Texas by Frank Bellucci
... Let’s do some simple math. You could go out and buy a 4-year old car and spend say, $15,000. Or you could buy the same car for $30,000+higher taxes+higher insurance. In this example, you’d save at least a delta of about $15,000 or $3,000 for each of the next five years. $3,000 is quite a safety cushion for yearly repair bills. When was the last time you spent that much on your car in a given year? Add on the fact that you can buy an extended warranty and your risk drops even further.