List the three fundamental principles of a free-market system?
private property, profit motive, competition
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there are 5 pillars of the fundamental principle of government 1 is consent of the government 2 limited government, government is not all powerful it only has authortiy to do what the people give them the power do 3 rule of law- no one is above the law even government 4 democracy-the people …rule and the peole vote ang majority rules 5 repersentive government- when the people are representated in government Stanton thinks Daniela's hot ( Full Answer )
The basic principle of current transformer is same as that ofthe power transformer. Like the power transformer currenttransformer also contains a primary and a secondary winding.Whenever an alternating current flows through the primary windingalternating magnetic flux is produced, which then induces…alternating current in the secondary winding. In case of currenttransformers the load impedance or "burden" is very small.Therefore the current transformer operates under short circuitconditions. Also the current in the secondary winding does notdepend load impedance but depends on the current flowing in theprimary winding. ( Full Answer )
These designations have to do with the appearance of spectralemission lines, which were said to be "sharp, principal, diffuseand fundamental", before the nature of the electron transition thatgave rise to them was properly understood. The choice of letters s, p, d, f originates from a now-obsoletes…ystem of categorizing spectral lines as "sharp", "principal","diffuse" and "fundamental" (or "fine"). [Cf. ' Related link ' at left of this answer: Naming of s, p,d, f -orbitals]. ( Full Answer )
Consent of the Governed - the people give power to the government Rule of Law - people mush follow the law Representative Government - elect people to represent governmant Democracy - power of people to vote their desires Limited Government - government only has specific amout of power
faith in common man strict interpretation of constitution national debt was a curse power to states no special privileges favored democracy by masses
The circulatory system has numerous components, far more than three depending on how much detail you go into. The most basic split of the system into three is the Heart, the Systemic Circulation and the Pulmonary Circulation. The former is the well known pump that provides the force moving the blood… around. The middle is the network of vessels usually thought of when the cardiovascular system is mentioned, i.e. the vessels that take oxygenated blood to the bodily tissues and return deoxygenated blood to the heart. And the latter is the circulation that takes deoxygenated blood to the Lungs and returns it to the heart to be pumped around the systemis circulation. If this is no the answer you seek please contact me to define the question.. 4 types : . Arteries . Capillaries . Veins . Anus ( Full Answer )
the fundamental principles of accounting are as follows: a. the going concern concept b. the consistency concept c. the separate valuation concept d. accruals and matching concept e. the concept of prudence
1.intergrity 2. indepence and objectivity 3.professional and technial competence 4.Due care 5. Confidentiality 6.Professional behaviour
The three fundamental concepts of the American legal system are: . The presumption of innocence until proven guilty . The right of non-self incrimination . The right to be judged by a jury of peers
The three main functions of an Operating System are processmanagement, memory management and file management.
The three ways that bacteria in our digestive system are helpfulare that they assist in the digestive process, kill certain harmfulviruses and bacteria and breakdown bio waste.
Three Subdivisions of the systemic system include the coronary circulation, circulates blood for the heart, the cerebral circulation, circulates blood for the brain, and the renal circulation, which circulates blood for the kidneys.. Hope this helps!
The document that holds our fundemental laws well let me just say it like this no one or nothing holds our fundemental laws because our laws are just constructed so what i am really tring to say to you is the word you would use on this question of yours is constitution..............p.s i hope you un…derstood. ( Full Answer )
I'm guessing that you probably mean the Constitution. However, it doesn't hold all our laws it is only the basis on which our laws are constructed.
Actual loss compensation principle . of Economic Interest . Principle of utmost good faith . Actual loss compensation principle . of Economic Interest . Principle of utmost good faith
The fundamental principles in making bread is decided if you willmake it fermented or unfermented. Fermented bread is made by mixingflour, water, salt, fat, and yeast to dough. Unfermented breadrequires air as the principal into dough.
Parts of Southeast Asia have a Communist government. Parts have ademocratic government. Some have a constitutional monarchy.
The Five Principles of Government found in the Constitution of the United States are---Popular Sovereignty; Checks and Balances; Federalism; Limited Power of the Government; Separation of Branches.\nPopular Sovereignty means the ultimate power rests with the people. Checks and Balances means that no… one branch of the government can overpower the other branches of government. Each has a check on the power of the other branches. Federalism is the dividing and sharing of power between state and national governments. Limited power means that the government is restricted by the laws and the Constitution and it has to operate within the framework of the laws and Constitution. Separation of Branches divides the government into the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Branch, each with its own powers and duties. ( Full Answer )
What are three fundamental concepts and principles of the American legal system particularly those pertaining to todays business environment?
In today's current environment, the concept of business law is quite important. Many aspects of law have an effect on decisions made by corporations, and the textbook touches on several. Some of these include: The impact of the First Amendment on businesses, the contract clause, and equal protection…. While the First Amendment states that Congress should not make any laws abridging the freedom of speech, it does not set restrictions on other laws that may impact "free speech".The authors also mention that a lower level of restrictions on speech allow for a greater exchange of ideas, which would likely be beneficial. The text also makes a distinction between commercial and noncommercial speech, which often receive different levels of protection. As an example from the current news, credit-rating shops have been sued after large investor losses in securities. While it used to be accepted that credit rating was protected by free speech, many are arguing that it is no more than sales advertisements. Experts have noted that "to get around the Constitution, judges have ruled, a plaintiff suing a rating agency would have to show that a firm not only made false statements, but also did so with "actual malice" - a high legal hurdle". The contract clause is basically a provision that holds in check state regulation on businesses. As an example, if a company has arranged a certain charge or payback by contract, a state cannot pass legislation that would interfere with what has been agreed upon. With the help of the contract clause, a state is free to draft measures "without having to be concerned that private contracts will be affected". Used correctly, this can help to counteract the possibility of extreme price levels , and in all but the most rare cases will uphold a State's own "contracts, charters, and grants". Equal Protection is the guarantee that the state or federal government must allow equal protection of the laws to all people. Precedent has been set that any law infringing on a person's fundamental rights must be reviewed more carefully. A recent example of equal protection came in 2008 when the Supreme Court decided a case from Indiana. A law in Indiana required voters to have photo ID to be allowed to vote. Those who disagreed argued that the burden would be too great on low-income and elderly citizens, thus not granting them equal protection. The Supreme Court ultimately decided to allow Indiana's law to stand. ( Full Answer )
I' m not sure how much this helps, but most tax systems are subject to a rule known as the 4 R's: Revenue, Redistribution, Repricing, Representation. Revenue ( in order to gain funds for the various functions of government), Redistribution (Organising wealth evenly accrross the board, in an effort …to stem class inequality and commonly undertaken through Proportianl taxation) , Repricing (as with levies on external trade items ie. tobacco and more recently carbon taxes) and Representation (the authority only has the power to implement taxes if they maintain accountablility and responsibility with the way it is spent, in other words "no taxation without representation").. This is a pretty strong principle of any sound tax system.. Hope this is useful... ( Full Answer )
Effectiveness of data communication system depends upon three fundamental characteristics 1. Delivery 2. Accuracy 3.Timeliness. 1.Delivery : System must deliver data to correct destination. 2.Accuracy : System must deliver data accurately. 3.Timeliness: System must deliver data in correctly manner.
It's called a mixed economy, and that's what most economies in the world are. There are only a few exceptions. North Korea has a completely command economy, and perhaps the Grand Cayman Island has a completely free market economy.
PRINCIPLES OF SOUND ORGANISATION There are some general guiding principles, which help to form a good organization. There principles are. 1. Principle of Organization Objective: It should be same, consistent, defined and clear. It should aim at achieving high production with customer focus, …growth and survival. At the core, there should be unity of objective. 2. Principle of Division of Work and Specialization: Every unit or person of an organization is assigned to a specific task and accomplishment. For this, there is a need to focus on specialization and assignment of specific work to individual. 3. Principle of Parity of Responsibility and Authority: Responsibility is the obligation on the path of a person towards the boss for completing the assigned task. It is also called as accountability. A person at a higher position in the organization exercises authority or power over his subordinates for getting the task done. Authority is vested in the superior of the organization so as to extract work from subordinates. Therefore, authority is always associated with responsibility to get things done. There should be a balance between authority and responsibility. 4. Principle of Functional Definition: Each employee must be assigned specific task, role, relationship and job-related activities. What is expected of him, must be defined in the organization. 5. Principle of Scalar Chain: Scalar chain, chain of command or line of authority, means that there should be a continuous line of authority (or scalar chain) from top of the organizational pyramid to the lower levels. The chain provides a superior-subordinate relationship. Levels above in the chain are superiors while lower levels in the scalar chain are subordinates. Scalar chain is useful in the delegation of authority down the chain. It is also useful in maintaining effective communication between different layers of the organization. 6. Principle of Unity of Command: Unity of command means that there should be only one source of authority for each subordinate. This also means: one subordinate-one boss. The principle of unit of command is important for maintaining discipline and for fixing responsibility for the result. 7. Principle of Balance: All the techniques and values of the organizations must be effectively balanced. Many issues have divergent focus in organization. These are: line vs. staff; centralization vs. decentralization, unity of command vs. specialization, vertical hierarchy vs. span of control, etc. Proper balance between these issues must be maintained. 8. Principle of Flexibility: Flexibility means adaptability to change. This is needed due to uncertainty, scope for diversification and growth, new opportunity, and competitive forces in the environment. Organization-design should have some in-built flexibility to withstand the rebaptism, excessive control, complicated procedure, etc. 9. Principle of delegation: Authority needs to be delegated in the organization. Delegation is for empowering the subordinates to achieve results. 10. Principle of Efficiency: Organization structure should be useful in achieving the optimum utilization of resources at least cost and least effort. Considering system view of the organization (which is input-processing-output framework), the maximization of output and minimization of inputs will improve the efficiency. 11. Principle of Continuity: Continuity means survival and existence despite turbulence in market forces. Therefore, the organization must look at long-term goals rather than mere profit-making and short-terms goals. 12. Principle of Cooperation: Cooperation means involvement as a team and solving the functional goal of the organization as one unit. This can be achieved by evolving a proper code of conduct, rule of business, conflict resolution mechanism and cooperation. 13. Principle of Coordination: There are many functions, such as marketing, finance, HRD, etc., in an organization. Different groups have different priorities and local level objectives. Proper coordination is needed to work in one direction and for achieving the overall (global) corporate goals. Proper communication, meetings, news-letters, etc., are helpful to achieve this. 14. Principle of Span of Control: Any superior can handle only limited numbers of subordinates. Narrow span of control is useful for complex jobs while wider span of control is useful for routine type of jobs. By span of control, we mean how many subordinates a manager (or, superior) can handle ( Full Answer )
Going concern . Consistency of accounting principles and presentation . Prudence . Matching of income and expenses, and . Separate valuation of assets and liabilities
A motherboard - The biggest component of the machine( It's a place where you stuck everything on) A Processor: Where all the calculations are made A RAM: A Temporary memory storage unit for the machine An HDD: Hard Drive, save files A GPU(optional): A Graphic Processor Unit: Essential for Graphi…c maker and Game play A Power Supply CD/DVD Driver Fan ( Full Answer )
The 5 fundamental political principles are:Consent of the governed limited government rule of law representative government democracy.
1. Space required. 2. Variability in sunlight = variability in power output. 3. Initial expense
They are four sources of the Islamic law with the following order of priorities:. The Quran: Muslims believe the Quran to be the direct words of Allah, as revealed to and transmitted by the Prophet Muhammad. All sources of Islamic law must be in essential agreement with the Quran, the most fun…damental source of Islamic knowledge. When the Quran itself does not speak directly or in detail about a certain subject, Muslims only then turn to alternative sources of Islamic law . The Sunnah: Sunnah is the traditions or known practices of the Prophet Muhammad, many of which have been recorded in the volumes of Hadith literature. The resources include many things that he said, did, or agreed to -- and he lived his life according to the Quran, putting the Quran into practice in his own life. During his lifetime, the Prophet's family and companions observed him and shared with others exactly what they had seen in his words and behaviors -- i.e. how he performed ablutions, how he prayed, and how he performed many other acts of worship. People also asked the Prophet directly for rulings on various matters, and he would pronounce his judgment. All of these details were passed on and recorded, to be referred to in future legal rulings. Many issues concerning personal conduct, community and family relations, political matters, etc. were addressed during the time of the Prophet, decided by him, and recorded. The Sunnah can thus clarify details of what is stated generally in the Quran. . Ijma' (consensus): In situations when Muslims have not been able to find a specific legal ruling in the Quran or Sunnah, the consensus of the community is sought (or at least the consensus of the legal scholars within the community). The Prophet Muhammad once said that his community (i.e. the Muslim community) would never agree on an error. . Qiyas (analogy): In cases when something needs a legal ruling, but has not been clearly addressed in the other sources, judges may use analogy, reasoning, and legal precedent to decide new case law. This is often the case when a general principle can be applied to new situations. . ( Full Answer )
The biggest functions of the lymphatic system are to collect,process, and return interstitial fluid to the bloodstream, and toproduce important lymphocytes for the immune system. A minorfunction it also serves is to grab up lipids from the intestines'processing and help put them into the blood.
all cells form from pre-existing cells cells are the smallest unit of life all living things have cells
This principle simply tells us that if you have 2 choices to make, 1 from a list of m items and 1 from a list of n, the total number of ways to make the 2 choices is m times n. Similarly, if there are more than 2 choices, you just multiply the number of possibilities together. For example, if you ha…ve 4 choices for what your first child will wear today, 5 choices for the second, and 7 for the third, the total number of combinations is 4 times 5 times 7 which is 140. This assumes that the number of options for each choice is independent of the other choices you make. For example, if you must choose one direction to go one block in a city, and then another at the end of that block, but if you choose to go north in the first place you are at a dead end, but if you had gone south you could go 3 different directions, the principle does not apply because the number of options for the second choice depends on your first choice. ( Full Answer )
1. Right to freedom 2. Right to equality 3. Right to protest against exploitation 4. Right to religious freedom 5. Right to education and culture 6. Right to constitutional remedies 7. Right to elementary education
The fundamental principle of Islam is monotheism. It is to submit fully to Allah (God in English), the one and only one God with no partner, no associate, no son, no companion, and no resemblance. See related question for more information.
All encrypted messages must contain some redundancy, i.e. information not needed to understand the message, making a passive intruder attacking less likely. Passive intruder means misuse the information without understanding the information. For example, credit card number sent over the Internet wo…uld be accompanied by other information such as credit card number, or date of birth of the card holder. This reduces the possibility of making up a credit card number. . Some measure must be taken to prevent active intruders from playing back old messages. The longer an active intruder holds the encrypted message, the more likely he would be able to break it. UNIX password file is a good example. It used to be that the UNIX password is accessible for any one with an account on that host. Intruders can actually get a copy of this file, and try to decrypt the password. Now the file is not accessible from ordinary users. ( Full Answer )
According to Mankiw et al., there are ten fundamental principles of economics: 1) Scarcity exists. People face trade-offs . 2) The cost of something is what you give up to get it ( opportunity cost ). 3) Rational people think at the margin. 4) People respond to incentives . 5) Trade can m…ake everyone better off. 6) Markets are usually a good way of organising economic activity. 7) A country's standard of living depends on its ability to produce goods and services. 8) Government intervention can sometimes improve economic outcomes. 9) Inflation is caused by governments printing money. 10) There exists a trade-off between inflation and unemployment. ( Full Answer )
The fundamental principle of fractions: A/B = (A x C)/(B x C), as long as C is not 0.
What three fundamental principles did Alexander M. Cutler believe helped the Eaton Corporation grow?
innovation--"We value innovation and change as a source of strength"; impact--"High-performance products, employees, and operations make a positive impact on the world around us"; and integrity--"We care about how we get results."
"The government that governs the least governs the best." Government should GET OUT OF THE WAY (High taxes, onerous regulations, etc.) Government should stick to what it's SUPPOSED to do (military, immigration, roads, etc.)
the promises to US citizens that cannot be taken away examples of this are . having worth . equality . freedom . majority rule, minority rights . necessity of compromise
Self interest threats are one threat to the fundamental principlesof ethical behavior. Other threats are advocacy threats,familiarity threats, and self review threats.
What defines a principle or fundamental policy? my humble statements are nothing but Holyness (all genders/all ages/all races/all Statute =Universal which is eternal, but Godly rightfulminded. BetterTodayWJ
The fundamental purposes of Capitalism are: Private ownership of property, competition, individual initiative, Supply & Demand, and profit. Capitalism is primarily for the consumer. For example competition. If two companies offer the same product, or service, they will compete with each other. Usual…ly by lowering their prices. This benefits the consumer of the good or service by getting it for cheap. Another example is Supply & Demand. If the consumers want (demand) a certain product, the producers will create (supply) that product, and usually will compete with other producers. The idea is to make money, basically. Hence the last purpose, profit. ( Full Answer )
It is not particularly important to know the principle: knowing how and when to apply it is good enough. A postgrad degree in maths and 30 years in the profession and I did not even know what it meant until I saw this question and did a bit of research! It is important because it enables you to… rescale (rename) fractions which allows you to perform addition and subtraction. ( Full Answer )
I'm a great illustrator, so here are my principles. i do not know if this is for a class and there is official principles, but here I go. 1) a good environment. Pencil of your preference, a flat surface, a good posture, and good paper. 2) Be aware. Notice angles of the lines of what you're dra…wing. Notice recognizable intersections of lines andor shapes. Notice a frame, then draw shapes lightly, and then draw the lines around that. 3) Practice! Doodle on everything. Experiment. Remember, no one can judge you! Draw whatever you want as long as it is a appropriate for your environment (E.G. School, Work) Try drawing 3D, drawing lightly, hard, try effects like explosion streaks, water, fire, speedy objects, shading, and light source. There is many more things to be a good free-hander, but these are the main three principles. Always Experiment, be Creative, and never give up if you want to be a good Illustrator! ( Full Answer )
The answer is not a statement but a question... How do u learn? Or how does my child or children learn? There really are MANY ways to answer this question. Check out the book "The way they learn"... As an adult with disabilities I found it helpful. As a future teacher, I refer to it regularly. Sorry…, I do not remember the authors name. Here is a link to the book on eBay. Copyrighted in 1996 ( Full Answer )
There exist many differences. The most important being that thefundamental rights can be enforced by a court of law (against thestate), while Directive Principles are not. Fundamental rights areinalienabe rights, whereas Directive Principles are aimed atsecuring welfare, which are more like constitu…tional guidelines. ( Full Answer )
The fundamental principles of Buddhism are The Four Noble Truths. . Suffering exists. . Craving is the cause of suffering. . If you eliminate craving, you eliminate suffering. . You can eliminate craving and thereby suffering by followingthe Noble Eightfold Path.
The simplest yeast breads begin with nothing more than flour,water and salt that is left, covered only with light cloth to keepout dust and insects. Wild yeasts, which are micro-organisms in theair, gradually colonize and begin a fermentation process in thedough, producing bubbles that make the doug…h rise. At some pointthis risen dough is baked, transforming the dough into bread. . All of the different yeast breads in the world are variationsdeveloped from this simple beginning. Bakers can add specific typesof commercially prepared yeast, different types of flour, andreplace the water with milk, beer or some other liquid. Additionalingredients such as eggs, honey or other sugars, herbs andseasonings contribute to the countless varieties of yeast breads.But the fundamental principle is nothing more than flour, water,salt and yeast. ( Full Answer )
There are a few fundamental principles of mechanics. The mainfundamental principles are space, time, mass and force.
"An eye for an eye ..." is a paraphrase of Hammurabi's Code, acollection of 282 laws inscribed on an upright stone pillar. Thecode was found by French archaeologists in 1901 while excavatingthe ancient city of Susa, which is in modern-day Iran. Hammurabi isthe best known and most celebrated of all M…esopotamian kings. Heruled the Babylonian Empire from 1792-50 B.C.E. Although he wasconcerned with keeping order in his kingdom, this was not his onlyreason for compiling the list of laws. When he began ruling thecity-state of Babylon, he had control of no more than 50 squaremiles of territory. As he conquered other city-states and hisempire grew, he saw the need to unify the various groups hecontrolled. ( Full Answer )