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.
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.
f(x) = 2(x^2) +6 g(x) = 7x+10 Find (f*g)(x)
(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
Define GAAP and IFRS and give three differences between them.
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.