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In order to effectively compete many companies have taken proactive steps to hire and nurture people from broad range of backgrounds. This is an example of which business environment?
Deriving Business Ethics from General Moral Obligations. The third approach to business ethics is that morality must be introduced as a factor that is external from both the profit motive and the law. [ This is the approach taken by most philosophers who write on business ethics, and is expressed most clearly in the following from a well known business ethics essay ]
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•Explain an example in the financial world and in at least one (1) other aspect of life where it is important to understand mathematical operations with integers.
Weegy: The question of why math is important usually arises when children have learned how to count, add, substract, multiply, and divide; and they come to believe they know all they need to know to function adequately in life. [ After all, if one understands how to keep track of his own money, figure out what it means when a scale shows two additional pounds, or cut a cake so there'll be enough pieces for everyone, what else do we need to know? The littlest children who don't like math can usually understand the explanation that knowing how to handle money, telling time, cooking, sharing things, or knowing how many of any item will be left if some are used, all require knowing math. ] (More)
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Where in the financial world do they use mathematicals operations with integers?
Weegy: In any part of life that involves money, it is important to understand mathematical operations with integers. Anytime you count anything, you are using integers. [ That's because integers are all the positive and negative whole numbers, _including_ the natural numbers you first learned. So you've been using integers all your life. ] (More)
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-15 is actually lesser than -10
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