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Tutor profile: Nicole F.

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Nicole F.
Accountant, Graduated from 4-year University in Dec 2013
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Subject: US History

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Why do many famous battles of the Civil War have two different names? For example, the Battle of Bull Run is also known as the Battle of Manassas.

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Nicole F.
Answer:

The Union Army usually named battles after a river, stream or other geographic location nearby. The Confederate Army usually named battles after towns or nearby buildings.

Subject: Algebra

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f(x) = 2(x^2) +6 g(x) = 7x+10 Find (f*g)(x)

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(f*g)(x) = f(x)*g(x) = (2(x^2)+6) * (7x+10) = 14(x^3)+20(x^2)+42(x^2)+60 = 14(x^3)+62(x^2)+60

Subject: Accounting

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Define GAAP and IFRS and give three differences between them.

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GAAP - Generally Accepted Accounting Principles IFRS - Internaltional Financial Reporting Standards Differences (Not a comprehensive list): - GAAP is only used in the United States, while IFRS is used worldwide. - GAAP allows man inventory methods (First-In, First-Out; Last-In, First-Out; Weighted Average Cost), IFRS only allows First-In, First Out; and Weighted Average Cost - Only IFRS allows inventory reversal (in certain situations) - When looking at the financial statements, GAAP provides different objectives for business and non-business entities. IFRS provides the same set of objectives for both.

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