How do you make sure that you do not have repeats within a single query?
To help ensure that you do not have repeats within a single query, you will want to use the Totals row within the design view tab. If you have the totals row set to "group by" it will clump all the information in that section with all of the same information so that there are no repeats. Depending on the information you are compiling you can also use the "sum" or "average" functions in the total row to compile the similar information even further so that you are getting the information you want exactly for the purpose you need it for.
What is an equation of a line parallel to y = 5x + 9?
The answer can be one of a million equations. To make one all you must do is make sure that the slope is the exact same for both equations. For example, y = 5x could be the equation of a line parallel to the one in the question. Its y-intercept is at 0 and the slope is still 5. All that needs to be done is to make the y-intercept different from the one in the question and the lines will be parallel to each other.
What do the parts of the accounting equation mean?
The accounting equation is broken into three parts, Assets, Liabilities, and Stockholders' (or Owner's) Equity. The equation is Assets = Liabilities + Stockholders' Equity. Assets are anything that the company has within its business such as inventory and merchandise, it also includes the money that customers owe the business from buying inventory on credit. Liabilities are what the business owes other people/companies. The main account within this would be Accounts Payable, so instead of someone buying something on credit from us, we bought something on credit from someone else. The last part is stockholders equity. This is used to separate all of the stockholder's investments in the company and the different stock options that they have within the company.