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### actual and potential gdp

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actual and potential gdp

The actual GDP output is lower than the potential GDP output. Thus, indicating that the country was experiencing recession during the periods 1929 to 1930. The recession of the economy in these years is due to the fall of real output from \$977 billion to \$892.8 while the potential GDP increased from \$977.7 billion to \$ 1011.4 billion. The economic inefficiencies lead to these differences between the real and actual GDP output, thus the recission. The actual GDP output is lower than the potential GDP output. Thus, indicating that the country was experiencing recession during the periods 1929 to 1930. The recession of the economy in these years is due to the fall of real output from \$977 billion to \$892.8 while the potential GDP increased from \$977.7 billion to \$ 1011.4 billion. The economic inefficiencies lead to these differences between the real and actual GDP output, thus the recission.

relationship between two numerical variables

1. Null Hypothesis: Number of Homicides is not related to the number of robberies
Alternative Hypothesis: Number of Homicides is related to the number of robberies
Null hypothesis: Number of Homicides is not related to rape rate
Alternative Hypothesis: Number of Homicides is related to the number of rape rate
2. Murder (homicide) rate, rape rate, and robbery rate correlation matrix Correlations Number of Homicides Number of Forcible Rapes Number of Robberies per 100,000 Number of Homicides Pearson Correlation 1 .889** .957** Sig. (2-tailed) .000 .000 N 51 51 51 Number of Forcible Rapes Pearson Correlation .889** 1 .823** Sig. (2-tailed) .000 .000 N 51 51 51 Number of Robberies per 100,000 Pearson Correlation .957** .823** 1 Sig. (2-tailed) .000 .000 N 51 51 51
Correlations Number of Homicides Number of Forcible Rapes Number of Robberies per 100,000 Number of Homicides Pearson Correlation 1 .889** .957** Sig. (2-tailed) .000 .000 N 51 51 51 Number of Forcible Rapes Pearson Correlation .889** 1 .823*

### qualities of a good website

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qualities of a good website

Business people always struggle daily to ensure that their business is healthy. This consists of ensuring that the business is yielding the expected returns. Business health is critical to every business growth. This is because the returns given by a business depends on how healthy a business is. Business health is very important as discussed below.
Business health enables a business to compare its performance with its competitors. For example, in a clinic or a hospital, the performance can be measured by the number of patients coming for treatment and the number of patients who come back for treatment or checkup. Lastly, business health helps in analyzing the business trend. This is done by plotting graphs that show that indicate how the business is performing over time. Government uses the data collected by clinics and hospitals to execute its policies.

### figurative language lesson

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figurative language lesson

The objective of this paper is to discuss the figurative language in the lesson .When the word figurative language is used; it means the type of language usually used by writers to create and produce pictures in the readers’ mind to prompt ideas in imaginative and vivid ways.
Figurative language has a number of types, the most common ones are; similes, metaphors, hyperbole, alliteration, idioms, personification and onomatopoeia.
A simile is a figurative language type in which like or as is used to compare two things which are not similar. An example of a simile is, as brave as a lion, like a rose, she roared like a lion. Metaphors are used in direct comparison of two different things, people or places, for example, savannah is a boiling pot.
Hyperboles are used as figurative language for extreme exaggeration about something. They are mostly used in the fictional work to add humour or colour to a character. For example, she is skinny like a toothpick.
Alliteration is the repetition of the first consonants of a sound. Example of this language style is Kim’s kids kept kidding. The letter k takes precedence, and it is repeated.
Another type of figurative language is idioms. This is an expression with a hidden or special meaning which is different from the usual meaning of the words. It was raining cats and dogs in most cases are an idiom to show that it was raining heavily. Idioms are not taken literally.
Personification is a figurative language type in which nonhuman/living subjects are given living or human characteristics.

### federal reserve bank research

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federal reserve bank research
The objective of this paper is to conduct research about the Federal Reserve Bank. The paper will explore the history of the reserve bank, the purpose and structure and describing the tools which are available for the bank to carry out its monetary policy. The discussion will also involve the way the Federal Reserve Bank uses each of the available tools to implement its monetary policy.
History of Federal Reserve Bank
In the early 1900’s, there was a stark financial anxiety in the United States of America which resulted to failure of many banks. Although this panic did not cause broad financial collapse, the Americans felt the need for reforms in their banking structure because it was sadly out of date. The commission was created by the congress to conduct a comprehensive study on the desirable, necessary changes to be done on the banking scheme of the United States in 1908. The commission composed of members both from the House of Representatives and the Senate and was led by Nelson W. Aldrich. The commission came up with a plan and recommendations which called for the need of a National Reserve Association. This would be controlled by the banking industry. The idea received little public support and was treated with great doubt.
The election of a new president Woodrow Wilson in 1912 was a key event leading to America’s financial reforms. Together with his secretary of state William Bryan, Wilson greatly opposed any plan which was intended to concentrate control on the hands of the bank. This was followed by December 12, 1992 Glass-Willis’ proposal.