Asap! : ( 20 points! cite textual evidence to support this analysis of the connection. a; he says that he chooses "to believe that there are insufficient finds in the great vaults of opportunity of this nation," so it shows that he has given up hope. b; he states, "so we've come to cash this check, a check that will give us upon demand the riches" of the nation for everyone. this proves that he wants government money to be equally shared. c; mlk explains that america should give african americans "a bad check, a check that has come back marked 'insufficient funds.'" d; he mentions that america wrote a bad check from freedom to african americans, but he states that he "refuses to belive that the bank of justice is bankrupt." he also states, "we've come to cash this or freedom and security of justice."
1) (C) More Vertical
2) (A) Centralized decision making allows the organization to place tighter controls on the way work is done and, in the process, achieve economies of scale
(B) Narrow span of management ensure that employees operate efficiently.
1) (A) Design 3
2) Low, Mechanistic, 15
3) (A) A continuous process production design is likely to be effective if your bakery pursues a low-cost leadership strategy.
1) (A) Maintain flexibility it needs to meet customer demands
2) (B) When following low cost leadership strategy
centralized system is process in which owner holds all the commands of the business operation.
After analyzing this section of the speech, Martin Luther King’s connection between a defaulted promissory note and the lack of freedom experienced by African Americans includes:
C. Martin Luther King communicates that America should equally distribute funds to all citizens. Everyone deserves equal access to the government’s money.
He mentions that America wrote a bad check for freedom to African Americans, but he states that he “refuses to believe that the bank of justice is bankrupt.” He also states, “We’ve come to cash this check… of freedom and security of justice.”
Let's just walk through each option.
Option 1: He says that he chooses “to believe that there are insufficient funds in the great vaults of opportunity of this nation,” so it shows that he has given up hope. - This is simply not true. MLK has not given up hope. In fact, he has hope that people listening to this speech will help to create change and allow all people of all backgrounds to have equal opportunities.
Option 2: He states, “so we’ve come to cash this check, a check that will give us upon demand the riches” of the nation for everyone. This proves that he wants government money to be equally shared. - This is also a completely wrong interpretation of the text. The check is symbolic of a promise America made to African Americans. It really has nothing to do with actual currency being handed over.
Option 3: MLK explains that America should give African Americans “a bad check, a check that has come back marked ‘insufficient funds.’” - This is also incorrect. He doesn't want America to give African Americans anything bad. This includes a bad check, or promise.
Option 4: He mentions that America wrote a bad check for freedom to African Americans, but he states that he “refuses to believe that the bank of justice is bankrupt.” He also states, “We’ve come to cash this check… of freedom and security of justice.” - This one is correct. He is saying that America has not lived up to their promises of equality, but hope is not lost. America can still bring about justice and change to make sure that everyone has equal opportunities no matter their race.
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The correct answer is A.
Time management is a crucial part of our everyday life. If we fail to manage our time properly then things can turn out real bad just like it’s the case with John.
From the excerpt we can say that John is very much committed towards his work and he’s always punctual. Despite all these he still face issues in managing time. You wonder how? The reason lies in this statement, ‘He just wishes that the staff could be more proactive in monitoring their own performance.’ Since the beginning of the passage we notice that John not only does his part of work, but he’s also engaged in doing his colleagues work as well; thus making it difficult for him to manage time.
Even during the end of the passage we find that John is thinking to talk to his boss about the matter, but he fails to do so. Again, his lack of guts to speak up puts him in trouble.