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What does service rendered means?
"For services rendered" is a more formal way of saying "for work done". Slightly better grammar too.
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Answer The algorithms vary (z-buffer, ray-trace, etc.) but generally render means to create a picture composed of discrete pixels. Each pixel has a color assoc…iated with it and the array is what you see when you look at a computer monitor. Rendering is the process of generating an image from a model by means of computer programs. The model is a description of three-dimensional objects in a strictly defined language or data structure. It would contain geometry, viewpoint, texture, lighting, and shading information. The image is a digital image or raster graphics image. The term may be by analogy with an "artist's rendering" of a scene. 'Rendering' is also used to describe the process of calculating effects in a video editing file to produce final video output. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rendering_(computer_graphics)
The major services offered by wholesalers to the producers of goods and services are given as below: (i) Facilitating large scale production: Wholesalers collect small orders …from number of retailers and pass on the pool of such orders to manufacturers and make purchases in bulk quantities. This enables the producers to undertake production on a large scale and take advantage of the economies of scale. (ii) Bearing risk: The wholesale merchants deal in goods in their own name, take delivery of the goods and keep the goods purchased in large lots in their warehouses. In the process they bear lots of risks such as the risk of fall in prices, theft, pilferage, spoilage, fire, etc. To that extent, they relieve the manufacturers from bearing these risks. (iii) Financial assistance: The wholesalers provide financial assistance to the manufacturers in the sense that they generally make cash payment for the goods purchased by them. To that extent, the manufacturers need not block their capital in the stocks. Sometimes they also advance money to the producers for bulk orders placed by them. (iv) Expert advice: As the wholesalers are in direct contact with the retailers, they are in a position to advice the manufacturers about various aspects including customer's tastes and preferences, market conditions, competitive activities and the features preferred by the buyers. They serve as an important source of market information on these and related aspects. (v) Help in the marketing function: The wholesalers take care of the distribution of goods to a number of retailers who, in turn, sell to large number of customers spread over a large geographical area. This relieves the manufacturers of many of the marketing activities and enable them to concentrate on the production activity. (vi) Facilitate continuity: The wholesalers facilitate continuity of production activity throughout the year by purchasing the goods as and when these are produced. (vii) Storage: Wholesalers take delivery of goods when these are produced in factory and keep them in their godowns/warehouses. This reduces the burden of manufacturers of providing for storage facilities for the finished products.
rendered There are several ways this word is used. Here is a just a short list. 1. to render = perform social acts such as causing, giving, paying, surrendering, …submitting, etc. e.g. Using her judo skills she rendered the attacker helpless. 2. to render = translate, perform or interpret. (music, drama etc) e.g. At the concert, Pavorotti rendered the famous operatic piece Nessun Dorma in his usual outstanding and inimitable way. 3. to render = to cover brick or stone with plaster e.g. The house had lovely walls, all perfectly rendered with pink plaster. See also: to rend = to tear in two (physically or metaphorically) (archaic)
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What are the services rendered by commercial bank. The two essential functions of a commercial bank may best by summarized as the borrowing and the lending of money
At the time of her death, Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity had over4,000 sisters, and an associated brotherhood of 300 members, operating 610missions in 123 countries. …These included hospices and homes for peoplewith HIV/AIDS, leprosy and tuberculosis, soup kitchens, children's andfamily counseling programs, personal helpers, orphanages, and schools. TheMissionaries of Charity were also aided by Co-Workers, who numbered over 1million by the 1990s.
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If you render a service n account to a customer you debit Account Receivable and credit Service Revenue.
I dont understand the question
it refers to past saervices
I would need more information to answer this question. What is the reporting unit (e.g., a for-profit corporation, a non-profit, a governmental entity). Are the services charg…ed or free of charge?
If you are able to visit someone who is sick and needy, it might be helpful if you just come and sit quietly with them. You would be near them, ready to get them a drink, a ti…ssue, some food, or anything else they might need. If the sick person has a family, you could help by watching their children, cooking food for the rest of the family, doing laundry, or housecleaning for them. Some people need to be drive to the doctor or hospital. You could also drive them to pick up prescription medications. If someone has an upset stomach, feed them small amounts of the BRAT diet: Bananas, Rice, Applesauce, and Toast. Stay away from meats and dairy products for a couple of days, until the stomach is recovered. Encourage the sick person to slowly drink fluids to avoid dehydration.
'Rendering service' simply means helping, so your question is 'How can you help others? The answer, of course, depends on the situation, what they needm and what you can do.
Income from services rendered account will decrease and debtors account will increase