What is Aristotle's own contributions of his world?
'Split Contributions' is the short-hand term for having the amount of contributions for a specific action totaled on your profile. If you go to any profile (including your own if you have an account), you will see that it shows how many answers, edits, etc., were made by a single contributor, and then the grand total.
You can find a list [chronological by date] of all of your contributions by: 1. Sign in. 2. Click on "Settings." 3. In the column on the right of your Settings page there will be a paragraph which reads "You can keep track of your own changes and additions through your "CONTRIBUTIONS" list. The word contributions will be be in blue type and underlined. 4. CLICK ON the word CONTRIBUTIONS, and a new screen will…
Polity. In Polity (Gr. Πολιτειοκρατεία) the citizens have the power in their hands and use it to fulfill the goals of the state. However in Democracy (which is the "bad" version of Polity), citizens have the power in their hands and use it not to support the goals of the state but in order to support their own interests. The difference is chaotic.
Yes you can. Whenever you ask a question as a member it becomes part of your contributions history. An easy way to find it is to sort your contributions by questions asked. Then just find your question and click on it. Then answer it. Everyone can do this, but others can also contribute to your answer after you enter it.
The main reason you are not getting recognition for your contributions is that your contributions may be average, or not top-notch. Contributions are worth getting recognition for if you make top-notch contributions that are above average. Otherwise, your contributions may not be worth the recognition.
You don't; WikiAnswers changes it when you have a certain amount of contributions. A list of how many contributions you need to get to a certain rank is below: Bronze contributor: 500 contributions Silver contributor: 5,000 contributions Gold contributor: 25,000 contributions Platinum contributor: 100,000 contributions Double Platinum contributor: 200,000 contributions Ruby contributor: 500,000 contributions Those are all the rankings so far.
A SIMPLE IRA plan provides small employers with a simplified method to contribute toward their employees' and their own retirement savings. Employees may choose to make salary reduction contributions and the employer is required to make either matching or nonelective contributions. Contributions are made to an Individual Retirement Account or Annuity (IRA) set up for each employee (a SIMPLE IRA).