3 May 2015

Elevator Talk Presentation

3 May 2015,
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An elevator talk or speech is generally a 30 second overview of your business concept. It is used to quickly communicate your business idea […]


3 May 2015

What is the drug use history of the drug, your view on the drug what impact does it bring in todays date and on a person and how is it used as a treatment

3 May 2015,
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what is the drug use history of the drug, your view on the drug what impact does it bring in todays date and on […]


3 May 2015

Suppose that there are two products: clothing and soda. Both Brazil and the United States produce each product. Brazil produces 100,000 units of clothing per year and 50,000 cans of soda. The United States produces 65,000 units of clothing per year and 25

3 May 2015,
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3 May 2015

Do you think that the consumption of news through mobile apps or the Internet affects the understanding of a story’s context

3 May 2015,
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Answer the following question in your own opinion: • Do you think that the consumption of news through mobile apps or the Internet affects […]


3 May 2015

The Progressive Era 1900–1917″ and “The United States in a World at War 1913–1920″ each chapter have few questions ( Multiple choice,one word answers and True/False )

3 May 2015,
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Paper instructions: This is a quiz from 2 chapters “The Progressive Era 1900–1917″ and “The United States in a World at War 1913–1920″ each […]


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