Questions and Answers

Get To Know Me
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Q: What is your name?
A: My name is Divine-peace.
Q: How many years are you?
A: Currently am 18 years
Q: Which country and state are you from?
A: Nigeria, Imo State
Q: What are you studying in the university?
A: Industrial chemistry
Q: What are your hobbies?
A: learning new things, singing, cooking, eating ????, dancing, reading, writing and listening to music.
Q: Any skills?
A: Hair dressing, wig making, modelling, graphic design (amateur), network marketer etc
Q: What are you working on?
A: I'm working on myself, trying to be a better version of me and personal development
Q: What is your social media handle?
A: instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_official.peace/?hl=en
Facebook: Divine peace
Wattpad: peacelovestories
Q: any parting words?
A: well, I'm still a girl with big dreams and visions wanting nothing than to be a better me and give back to the world.

Well that's a wrap ????.... just want to use this opportunity to say I'm backkkk????
It's been like 10 months almost a year, so much has changed and your girl's growing ????.
Anyways I'm back with more energy so expect more
What Word Do Men Feared Been Called The Most?
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Probably rapist. You call a man a rapist and you quite literally end his life. A sad example of this is the young American football player Brian Banks. In 2008 he was falsely accused of sexual abuse by a woman. Banks spent six years in prison, doing hard time. And another five years on parole, still on a list of sex offenders and struggling.

The girl, Wanetta Gibson, later admitted that she had falsely accused Banks of rape — he never raped her. Being an absolute scumbag, however, she refused to testify to this effect under oath because she “did not want to lose the money awarded to her in damages”. She callously destroyed a man’s life, and refused to make amends or apologize in any meaningful way. All this out of spite, malice and greed. Ruining a man, possibly forever, simply “because she could”. These things disgust me.

It was only due to a secretly taped confession made by Gibson that the story came to light. After which Gibson went in full-on denial mode. Still, word got out. Banks got out. His ‘good name’ was restored. But this is far from common… it’s incredibly hard to undo damage like this. To clear your name, once tarnished. It’s a stain that stays with you forever. People often talk about the Brock Turners of this world, the remorseless rapists. And we should! Be we should never stop talking about the Brian Bank’s and the Wanette Gibson’s, either.

The word a man fears most is “rape” or “abuse”. Allegations are terrifying things. Often all it takes is an allegation to forever taint a man’s name, forever ruin his reputation. Even if he never sees the inside of a jail cell his life may very well be over and those caught lying too often get away with it scot-free.
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Economics Mcq Past Questions
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Answer the following questions and then press 'Submit' to get
your score.

Question 1
Which of the following statements about the market demand
curve for a product is false ?
a) The market demand curve represents the individual demand
curves of all consumers added together.

b) The market demand curve may shift if there is a change in
the behaviour of some households which consume the

c) The market demand curve may shift if there is change in
the price of the product.

d) The market demand curve may shift if there is a change in
the number of consumers who buy the product.

Question 2
Which of the following does the principle of diminishing
marginal utility say about what happens when a consumer
consumes more of a product?

a) The consumer's total utility will be unaffected.

b) The consumer's total utility will diminish.

c) The consumer's marginal utility will diminish.

d) The consumer's marginal utility will become negative

Question 3
A consumer finds that for product A, the price is £5 and the
consumer's marginal utility is 100 utils, while for product B, the
price is £10 and the consumer's marginal utility is 160 utils.
Which of the following statements is true?

a) The consumer is maximizing utility from A and B.

b) The consumer would gain more utility from A and B by
consuming more A and less B.

c) The consumer would gain more utility from A and B by
consuming less A and more B.

d) The consumer could only gain more utility from A and B by
consuming more of both products.

Question 4
Which of the following factors does not help to explain why
most indifference curves between consumer products slope
down to the right and are curved rather than straight?

a) The principle of diminishing marginal utility.

b) The fact that both products concerned are regarded as

c) The fact that most pairs of products are not perfect

d) The fact that the further an indifference curve is from the
origin, the more total utility it represents.

Question 5
Which of the following factors does not affect the slope and
position of a consumer's budget line between two products, A
and B?

a) The shape and position of the consumer's indifference

b) The price of A.

c) The price of B.

d) The consumer's income.

Question 6
A consumer plots an indifference map between two products
A and B, and marks in points to show the combinations of A
and B that the consumer would buy if the price of A changed
but the price of B remained the same. The consumer then
plots a line through these points. Which of the following is this
curve called?

a) A budget line.

b) A demand curve.

c) A price consumption curve.

d) An indifference curve.

Question 7
A consumer plots an indifference map between two products
A and B, and marks in points to show the combinations of A
and B that the consumer would buy if the prices of A and B
remained the same but the consumer's income increased.
Which of the following statements about this line is false?

a) The line is called an income consumption curve.

b) The line will always slope upwards to the right if both
products are normal goods.

c) The line will slope backwards or downwards at income
levels where one product is an inferior good.

d) The line may not pass through the origin.

Question 8
Suppose a consumer faces a rise in the price of product A
while the consumer's income remains unchanged. Which of
the following statements about the income effect is false?

a) There is no income effect because the consumer's income
is unchanged.

b) Between them the income and substitution effects cover
the entire change in the quantity that the consumer demands.

c) If the product is normal, the income effect works in the
same direction as the substitution effect.

d) If the product is inferior, the income effect works in the
opposite direction to the substitution effect.

Question 9
Suppose we draw an indifference map diagram to explore the
hours of work a worker will choose to do. Which of the
following will not apply to this diagram?

a) The indifference curves slope downwards to the right
because both income and leisure are desirable.

b) The curves get flatter to the right because both income and
leisure have diminishing marginal utility.

c) The indifference curves furthest from the original represent
the highest total utility.

d) An increase in the wage rate shifts the earnings leisure line,
with the new line being parallel to the initial line.

Question 10
Which of the following statements about labour supply curves
at high wages is true?

a) The supply curves of individuals may slope backwards, and
also the market supply curve for any given type of labour may
well slope backwards.

b) The supply curves of individuals may slope backwards, but
the market supply curve for any given type of labour is most
unlikely to slope backwards.

c) The supply curves of individuals are most unlikely to slope
backwards, but the market supply curve for any given type of
labour may well slope backwards.

d) The supply curves of individuals are most unlikely to slope
backwards, and the market supply curve for any given type of
labour is also most unlikely to slope backward

Please let us the answers in the comments


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We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Customer Service Representative

Location: Lagos
Employment Type: Full-time


We are seeking a Customer Service Representative, to act as a liaison, providing product / services information, answering questions, and resolving any emerging problems that our customer accounts might face with accuracy and efficiency.

Managelargeamounts of incoming phone calls
Identify and assess customers’ needs to achieve satisfaction
Build sustainable relationships and trust with customer accounts through open and interactive communication
Provide accurate, valid and complete information by using the right methods/tools
Meet personal/customer service teamsales targets and call handling quotas
Handle customer complaints provide appropriate solutions and alternatives within the time limits; follow up to ensure resolution
Keep records of customer interactions, process customer accounts and file documents
Follow communication procedures, guidelines and policies
Take the extra mile to engage customers

Bachelor's Degree with at least 2 years relevant work experience.
Proven customer support experience or experience as a Client Service Representative
Track record of over-achieving quota
Strong phone contact handling skills and active listening
Strong written skills
Familiarity with CRM systems and practices
Customer orientation and ability to adapt/respond to different types of characters
Excellent communication and presentation skills
Ability to multi-task, prioritize, and manage time effectively.
Application Closing Date
19th November, 2021.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to: jobs@solyntaenergy.com using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

Note: Applicants must be based in Lagos.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Customer Services Representative

Location: Lekki / Ajah Axis, Lagos

Job Description

Build positive and productive relationships with clients for business growth.
Schedule regular meetings, discussions, teleconferences and visit client offices to strengthen the relationships.
Understand client needs and customize existing business programs to meet their needs.
Provide client support and handle client communications effectively.
Manage and close client businesses to achieve profitability.
Maintain existing clients and generate new clients to achieve revenue goals.
Address client concerns promptly and professionally.
Inform clients about company products, services, and promotions.
Discuss business contracts and cost with clients.
Must have flair for sales.
Ensure that client requests are handled timely and accurately.
Develop new strategies to improve client satisfaction.
Maintain up-to-date knowledge about company products and services.

HND, B.Sc / BA in Business Administration, Accounting or relevant field.
Experience in accounting will be an advantage.
Experience in Client Relationship/sales will be an advantage.
Must have 3 - 5 years working experience as a Customer care office/client relationship with a tracking record.
Must have sales experience.
Female applicants were preferable
Applicants must reside within Ajah and Lakowe.

N50,000 - N60,000 monthly.
Application Closing Date
14th November, 2021.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should forward their CV to: hr@aigmediapro.com using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Front Desk Officer

Location: Ajah / Lekki, Lagos
Employment Type: Full-time

Job Description

Perform all check-in and check-out tasks
Manage online and phone reservations
Register guests collecting necessary information (like contact details and exact dates of their stay)
Welcome guests upon their arrival and assign rooms
Provide information about our hotel, available rooms, rates and amenities
Respond to clients’ complaints in a timely and professional manner
Liaise with our housekeeping staff to ensure all rooms are clean, tidy and fully furnished to accommodate guests’ needs

Candidates should possess an OND qualification
At least 6 months of experience.
Must reside around Lekki/Ajah.

N40,000 monthly.
Application Closing Date
30th November, 2021.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to: jobs@myresidencyhotel.com using the Job Title as the subject of the email.
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In this article, we have covered an overview of the Bitcoin (BTC), usage benefits, and also explains the step-by-step process to buy BTC with INR on the Koinbazar exchange.

Are you looking for the best exchange in India to buy BTC with INR? Then, you have landed at the right place. By using this guide, you can easily buy, sell, and exchange BTC to INR on Koinbazar. Before we get into this, let's see an overview of the BTC token.

What is a Bitcoin (BTC)?

Bitcoin is the world’s leading cryptocurrency. It is regarded as a store of value, investment, and digital currency, depending on its usage. Bitcoin was created by a mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto back in 2008. In his white paper titled ‘Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System’, he describes Bitcoin as ‘A purely peer-to-peer version of electronic cash would allow online payments to be sent directly from one party to another without going through a financial institution. Bitcoin gives users full access and ownership over their funds. It is protected by cryptography techniques and requires private and public keys to validate a transaction. Every Bitcoin transaction is recorded on the Bitcoin blockchain.

Usage benefits of Bitcoin (BTC):



P2P transaction

No security costs

Digital & decentralized

Ease of online shopping

No personal data revealed

Fast, easy & secure payments

How to buy BTC with INR on Koinbazar?

To buy Bitcoin with INR here, follow the step mentioned below,

Step 1:

Visit Koinbazar.

Step 2:

If you are already a registered user, choose 'SIGN IN' at the top right corner of the website to log into your account. If you are a new user, click 'SIGN UP' in the top-right corner to register your account.

Step 3:

After you sign into the account, choose "MY ACCOUNT" at the top right corner of the page. Update the requested details to build your profile.

Step 4:

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Step 5:

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Step 6:

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Step 7:

Once the admin approved your bank details, Choose "Funds" from the top right corner of the menu and select "Deposit".

Step 8:

Choose the "Fiat" option from the deposit. Your desired funds to be deposited in the form of fiat currency.

Step 9:

Then choose the 'Manual Deposit' option and update the required information and also instant INR deposit options available. Your transferred amount will be credited to your Koinbazar wallet after reviewed by the admin.

Step 10:

Once your funds get deposited, go to the home page and select ‘TRADE’.

Step 11:

On the trading page, choose the "INR" market and select BTC/INR pair to buy Bitcoin in India instantly at the low transaction fee.

Step 12:

At the bottom left of the pageHealth Fitness Articles, start trading by setting the order type and order value you would like to buy.

Source; finance articles

Strong Request Methods SEE.HEAR.SENSE
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