Unit 4

Question Answer
Corporate finance the area dealing with monetary decisions that corporate enterprises make.
Managerial finance the area dealing with monetary decisions that all types of companies make, except corporations.
Personal finance individual taking care of their money.
Dividends a small payment to each person who owns a stock of a company.
Liability an obligation, debt or responsibility owed to someone.
Allocate to distribute according to a plan.
Capacity the ability of the borrower to repay the loan.
Capital the money the entrepreneur has personally invested in the business.
Collateral an asset pledged to the lender as a security for the money being borrowed.
Conditions intended purpose of the loan.
Character general impression the entrepreneur makes on the potential lender as to their trustworthiness to repay the loan.
Interest the cost of borrowing money.
Principal the amount of the loan. Interest rate- a rate which is charged or paid for the use of money
Assets the resources from which it expects to gain some future benefit.
Liabilities debts owed.
Net worth how much an entity is worth.
Profit a financial gain.
Cash flow amount of money being transferred into and out of a business.
Sales a quantity or amount sold.
Interest rate – a rate which is charged or paid for the use of money

NA Government

Question Answer
Elder chief, nomadic (moves a lot), clan/group-family, council Plains
tribes-family, leagues, group of tribes, Great Council appointed by women (leadership) Eastern Woodlands
Lead by wealth, highest totem pole Pacific Northwest
Had no set leader, shamen and older men made decisions Great Basin
Men governed, women owned property Southwest

Ir

Question Answer
ir not
irrational not thinking clearly
irregular not normal or usual
irrelevant not important or relating to what is being discaused

NA Culture

Question Answer
Judged wealth by horses, bow and arrow, used all parts of buffalo, travois used to carry teepee/goods Plains
wampum belt, polished shells, in touch with animals, wrote on skins (calendar) Eastern Woodlands
totem pole, chief, shaman women or men, potlatch Pacific Northwest
believed in spirits, shaman, beading, weaving, peaceful Great Basin
kachina doll to teach children, rain dance (snake dance), pottery Southwest

NA Physical Environ

Question Answer
flat, dry, windy, grassy land, settled by river Plains
forest, many lakes, streams, rivers, fertile soil Eastern Woodlands
By Pacific Ocean, large cedar trees, cold with snow Pacific Northwest
Diverse with mountains, forest, valley, lakes/ponds, climate varied with hot and cold Great Basin
hot and arid, developed irrigation (water farms), Arizona, New Mexico, Utah Southwest

Stack #2641861

Question Answer
Herring A commercially important fish that is often eaten as food
Mend Restore by putting together what is torn or broken
Pacifism The doctrine that all violence is justified
Stake Mark with a pole
Sharecropper A tenant farmer who gives over a share of the crop for rent
Vegetate Lead a passive existence without using ones body or mind
Dignified Formal or stately in bearing or appearance
Haphazard Without care; in a slapdash manner
Domestic Of or involving the home or family
Furrow Make wrinkled or creased
Refuge A shelter from danger or hardship
Restrain Keep under control; keep in check
Disgrace A state of dishonor
Foe A personal enemy
Exploit A notable achievement

NA Lifestyle

Question Answer
traveled on hunts (teepees), had farms (lodges), horse arrived from Spain made life easier Plains
birch bark canoes, longhouse made of frame saplings, walls were elm bark Eastern Woodlands
stayed in one area, lived with large, extended families, longhouses and plank houses Pacific Northwest
mobile, migrated, wiki ups, brush houses, hunters and gatherers Great Basin
apartment style living, top of mesas, village=adobe Southwest

Stack #2641865

Word Definition
Herring A commercially important fish that is often eaten as food
Mend Restore by putting together what is torn or broken
Pacifism The doctrine that all violence is unjustifiable
Stake Mark with a pole
Sharecropper A tenant farmer who gives over a share of the crop for rent
Vegetate Lead a passive existence without using one’s body or mind
Dignified Formal or stately in bearing or appearance
Haphazard Without care; in a slapdash manner
Domestic Of or involving the home or family
Furrow Make wrinkled or creased
Refuge A shelter from danger or hardship
Restrain Keep under control; keep in check
Disgrace A state of dishonor
Foe A personal enemy
Exploit A notable achievement

Chapter 1

Term Definition
Genre
Objective
Prior Knowledge
Criteria
Annotation
Misconception
Predictive Reading
Close Reading
Familiarize
Context
Syllabus
Degree Evaluation
Default
Developmental
Pre-Requisite
Accommodation
Disqualified
Commencement
Certificate
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