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and describe some of the different types of map projections that the article describes, and what each is meant to show the viewer. There are four map projections in Article Two. There is the Mercator, the Peters, the Robinson, and the Goode’s Projections. First, The Mercator map changes the actual size of the land to create a straight line between two points. It provides an efficient way for navigators to sail the seas. Second, the Peters Projection shows a correct representation of the sizes of

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close as a house. All these components are important while using a map. The most accurate way to represent the world is through map projection. There are different types of map projections like Mercator Projection and Robinson Projection. Mercator Projections is more accurate in shapes and shows representations bigger than it really is. Robinson Projection on the other hand is more accurate in both size and shape makes it flatter and

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contradictory ideas. It is inaccurate to assume that the Northern hemisphere should be on top, for depending on which angle one looks at the Earth, the Southern hemisphere is on top. This is illustrated by another type of map projection, known as the Hobo-Dyer projection. Although the shapes of the continents are distorted, sizes are reflected accurately. Many people find this map faulty due to the habitual way of thinking that north should be on top. We only believe in this because we have heard

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B) Review the projections by Liedtke. Are they appropriate? How would you recommend modifying them? Liedke’s projected revenue growth of 3% is not accurate I feel, as when I take an average of the revenue growth (2005/2004=5%,

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In my piece “Embodied Stories” I am proposing to illustrate through photographed portraits Thomas king’s “The Truth About Stories.” This will depict the relationship between people and the stories that influence them.Thomas King discusses the importance of stories, and how their power can influence not just a single person but also an entire population. People’s ability to be tainted by stories starts as early as childhood. These aren't limited to bedtime tales, but by their parents lives, and how

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Activity: Understanding Labor Force Demographics FirstName LastName University Name Class Name Date Unit One: Labor Force Demographics Labor force demographics and future projections play a significant role in the way human resource (HR) professionals and firms guide their recruiting and hiring efforts. Projections by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (2010) indicate the racial/ethnic workforce will continue to shift. Analyzing the internal and external demographics can potentially prevent

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to the information in the case, Men 's Athletic revenue grew more 40% over the prior year and the average compound rate from 2004-2006 was of 29%, therefore the forecasted item should be based on this assumption from the case of CAGR of 29%. This projection seems conservative and it can be modified towards the expected 29% growth. Men’s Casual Women’s Athletic This segmented shows a growth rate of 2,50% from 2007-2011. According to the information provided in the case, the sales of this business

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on feasibility of 25-30% growth in the toothbrush market Ms. Patel, We have attached our projection report. As per our analysis, Mr. Lang’s idea of increasing advertising budget by 3% of sales will increase the unit sales by nearly 30% that will lead to \$17.63m of profit from operations whereas, according to original marketing plan would fetch \$18.2m profit from operations .Therefore, original projections will be more beneficial. Also, Mr. Lang had predicted his estimates based on the success

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RISI, FEA, and Forisk long-term projections Overview This document compares and contrasts three future views on timber supply in the southern region of the US as projected by three third-party forecasting service providers – Forest Economic Advisors (FEA), Resource Information Systems Inc. (RISI), and Forisk. All three forecasts lean heavily on data from the Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) National Program and Resource Planning Assessments (RPAs) in their projections. In addition, Forisk explicitly

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The Body Shop Based on our projections for the years 2002-2004, the biggest driver that effects debt is the company’s operating expenses. Based on the history of the upward trend of operating expenses, our recommendation is that The Body Shop needs to concentrate on lowering the operating expenses, and keeping those expenses around 45% or lower in order to avoid borrowing money. Our 45% recommendation includes a safety net which will prevent having The Body Shop borrowing cash if sale do not continue

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