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Mgt301 MGT301

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this is financil report for those student who are trying to get degree of MPA
Econ 134A
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This 0 page Study Guide was uploaded by hmza Notetaker on Friday November 20, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to MGT301 at Northwestern University taught by Eng Hmza in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 19 views. For similar materials see Econ 134A in Economcs at Northwestern University.


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Date Created: 11/20/15
Revenue means amount of total sales 600000100000 700000 total sales cash sales 600000 credit sales 100000 700000 less purchases merchandise 250000 Gross profit 450000 less operating expenses rental charges 70000 other expenses 140000 Net profit 240000 cash in hand opening 500000 add loan 300000 sales 600000 less rent 70000 other exp 140000 purchase 250000 repayment of loan130000 closing balance 810000 liabilities loan taken 300000 less repaid loan 130000 liability 170000 Capital capital introduced 1400000 profit of the year 240000 1640000 prove assets liabilities capital 900000 810000 100000 170000 1640000 1810000 1810000 Semester fall 2015 Cultural Anthropology soc 401 Assignment no 1 Answer A school of thought is a collection or group of people who share common characteristics of opinion or outlook of a philosophy discipline belief social movement economics cultural movement Application of school of thought Strength and weaknesi when it comes to managing one strength and weakness there are different schools of thoughts Some people are of the opinion that weakness are areas of improvement and it pays to work on them The contrary point of view that we should focus on improving and taking advantage rather than trying to reduce weakness 1 man is a social animal He cannot live without other people in the society He depend others and ful ll their needs So some time he adopt some values norms dressing and food like other people and some time he totally ignore these culture Mostly people have same ideas norms value and dress and they also have same ideas and opinion Which lead them very high in the society It make them very strong But sometimes their culture make them very weak They do not want to focus on but their society pushed them to


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