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Kiran V.
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Question:

Explain in complete sentences how you would insert an image from the internet into a Word document or PowerPoint.

Kiran V.
Answer:

There are two parts to this task: • First saving the image from internet • Second, inserting it to word or PowerPoint presentation Part 1: • Search the image you like by typing the name of subject for example: Type “Puppy” in search engine and hit search or hit the enter key on your keyboard. • Go to the “images” tab on top of the search engine page and find the picture you would like to save. • Click on the image and then Right click on it • Choose the option, “Save image as” • A window will pop- up and ask you to name it and for saving location • Choose the appropriate location to save by clicking and selecting from drop-down menu • Hit “save”. Part 2: • Open your Word document/PowerPoint you would like to insert the picture in • For Word document: Go to “Insert” tab at the top of screen and go to “Photo” option and click “Picture from File” • A window will pop up asking you to select the photo • Choose the location where you saved the picture earlier and select the picture • Click the “Insert” button and your picture will be inserted on the document • For PowerPoint: Go to “Insert” tab at the top of screen and go to “Photo” option and click “Picture from File” • A window will pop up asking you to select the photo • Choose the location where you saved the picture earlier and select the picture • Click the “Insert” button and your picture will be inserted on the PowerPoint Slide

English as a Second Language
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Question:

What is the difference between a noun and an adjective?

Kiran V.
Answer:

Noun: Noun is a part of speech that represents a person, place, thing or idea. Nouns are divided into proper (example: Mary, England, Canada etc.) and common nouns (table, country, planet etc.) Adjective: Words that provides us with more information about a noun. Adjective can come right before or after nouns sometime. There are four categories of adjectives: ; attributive that gives a meaning to a noun (for example: I saw two sad girls.), predictive that link mechanisms to noun (for example: Mary is happy today.), absolute adjective’s are words for which meaning cannot vary is intensity. (for example: Sam is a tall person.) and nominal adjectives perform the function of a noun in a sentence. (for example: the best is yet to come.)

Microeconomics
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Question:

Explain how economists go about their work as social scientists?

Kiran V.
Answer:

The task of economic science is to discover positive statements that are consistent with what we observe in the world and that enable us to understand how the economic world works. Economists help with creating and testing economic model where these models test some aspect of economical conditions of the world that would include only those features that are needed for the purpose at hand. Economist can use various experiments that include but are not limited to natural experiments, statistical investigations, and economic experiments

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