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  • Ordinary Level Chemistry Note
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    Ordinary Level Chemistry Note

    Ordinary Level Chemistry Note is available now for all science students in various African countries, especially for students preparing for any official exams as a revision tool. This article consists of the following topics you are to study here which are; INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY, Importance of chemistry, LABORATORY, Characteristics of […] More

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    Examine the instruments of monetary policy and how they can be used to reduce inflation (Cam GCE 2010)

    Examine the instruments of monetary policy and how they can be used to reduce inflation; Defination of Monentary policy Monetary policy refers to a deliberate manipulation by the government of the supply of money or of its price (interest rate) so as to attain certain policy objectives like economic growth, […] More

  • Why are there so many rates of interest in an economy
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    Define the rate of interest”. Why are there so many rates of interest in an economy? ( cam GCE 2009)

    Define the rate of interest’ Why are there so many rates of interest in an economy? Defination of an interest rate An interest rate is the amount of interest due per period, as a proportion of the amount lent, deposited, or borrowed. The total interest on an amount lent or […] More

  • Mechanism of hormone action at target organs
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    Mechanism of hormone action at target organs

    Mechanism of hormone action at target organs: The mechanism is grouped into two-phase that is; > Binding to the cell surface membrane ( second messenger mechanism) > Binding to receptors inside the cell ( Gene activation for steroid hormone) The second messenger mechanism The process is as follow; The peptide […] More

  • Budget Deficit
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    Budget Deficit – Definition, Calculation and Types

    A budget deficit is a situation when the expenses of a company or government spendings exceed the revenue. It occurs when expenditures surpass revenue. The term budget deficit is usually used for the national budget rather than the individual or business level. The opposite of budget deficit is budget surplus. When a […] More

  • Mixed Economies
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    Mixed Economies

    A mixed economy is an that economy which includes the aspects of more than one economic system. A mixed economy contains both government-owned and privately-owned enterprises or is a combination of the characteristics of planned (Command) economy and market economy or is a combination of the characteristics of socialism and capitalism. Countries like the […] More

  • Black Economy
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    Black Economy

    The black economy is one of the segments of the economic activities of a country that fall outside of the commercial rules and regulations of a country. These activities can be legal or illegal as per the type of products or services involved in business operations. The black economy is usually unlawful, unregistered, and hardly […] More

  • insurance and assurance
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    Insurance and Assurance

    Insurance and Assurance: Insurance is defined as an arrangement, in which the insurer commits to indemnify the loss or damage caused to the insured due to natural calamity or any other event whose happening is not certain, for special consideration. The term insurance is often juxtaposed with assurance, as these two […] More

  • Difference Between Warranty and Guarantee
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    Difference Between Warranty and Guarantee

    Difference Between Warranty and Guarantee: Whenever you buy a product, you have certain expectations of the product. If the expectations are not met, then you as a customer will be very disappointed. To cater to your expectations, many companies provide a Warranty or Guarantee with the product. However, consumers get confused […] More

  • Anatomy and physiology of farm animal
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    Anatomy and physiology chapter 1 of farm animals

    Anatomy and physiologAnatomy and physiology chapter 1 of farm animals INTRODUCTION TO ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY The term anatomy has come to refer to the science that deals with the form and structure of all organisms. Literally, the word means to cut apart; it was used by early anatomists when speaking […] More

  • WHY CENTRAL BANKS CONTROL COMMERCIAL BANKS
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    How and why do central banks control the Credit policies of commercial banks? (Cam. GCE 2002)

    Explanation of How central banks control the Credit policies of commercial banks In most economies, a central bank is a financial institution charged with ensuring the smooth functioning of a country’s financial system. In so doing the central bank inevitably has some control over commercial banks. In Cameroon, our central […] More

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