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Michael asks…

Do you believe this joke will enhance your faith in god?

Do you believe this joke will enhance your faith in god?
Two old friends met one day after many years. One attended college, and now was very successful. The other had not attended college and never had much ambition.

The successful one said, “How has everything been going with you?”

“Well, one day I opened the Bible at random, and dropped my finger on a word and it was oil. So, I invested in oil, and boy, did the oil wells gush. Then another day I dropped my finger on another word and it was gold. So, I invested in gold and those mines really produced. Now, I’m as rich as Rockefeller.”

The successful friend was so impressed that he rushed to his hotel, grabbed a Gideon Bible, flipped it open,and with astonishment in the young boy’s voice, he answered: “I think it’s Adam’s suit!”

financi4 answers:

I think you broke my brain…

William asks…

Anybody Care For Some History? Im STUCKK!?

1.
Match the following inventors with their inventions:
A. Electric generator
B. Telephone
C. Air brakes for trains
D. Hand held camera
E. Typewriter
F. Gas-powered automobile
G. First refrigerated rail car

George Westinghouse
George Eastman
Thomas Edison
Gustavus Swift
Charles and Frank Duryea
Christopher Sholes
Alexander Bell
2.
Determine how the following scenario could have influenced industrialization in the United States.
Jon Thomas heard about the great wealth that could be earned in the Western United States from mining. He decided to move from New York City to Colorado to work mining gold and silver.
A) Joseph’s move west, along with many others, allowed factories to develop in small towns.
B) Joseph’s mining of resources like gold and silver provided inexpensive raw materials used in many American industries.
C) Joseph’s creativity, which characterized the people moving west, helped create new industries.
D) Joseph’s move west would still provide big businesses plenty of land to build and grow.
3.
Determine how the following scenario could have influenced industrialization in the United States.

Adam Hirsch received a letter from his brother in America, which mentioned how successful his brother had been at finding a manufacturing job in New York and how he was able to support his family. Adam decided to move with his wife and three children to America to try to make a better living there.
A) Adam’s children would have enrolled in school upon arrival in America, increasing the numbers in a growing education system.
B) Adam would have purchased a home for his family upon arrival, helping the economy.
C) Adam’s family was one of the many families emigrating to the United States, who became part of the large labor force available to growing industries.
D) Adam’s wife could have volunteered at her children’s school, becoming one of the many volunteers needed to support a growing economy.
4.
What trend in the mid to late 1800s had a major influence on the industrialization of the United States?
A) The movement of Native Americans to reservations
B) The construction of railroad tracks across and throughout the country
C) The influence of Republican reforms on the South
D) The increased numbers of haciendas in California
5.
Which of the following factors directly contributed to making industrialization in America successful?
A) Many small, independently-owned retail shops
B) Labor unions
C) The importation of inexpensive raw materials from Europe
D) Inventions like the telephone and railroad technologies
6.
The success of American industry raised the interest of many different groups. Which of the following groups invested in large American businesses?
A) Foreign investors from England
B) Farmers in the Great Plains
C) Individual prospectors from the West
D) African Americans from the South
7.
A great supply of natural resources was one factor contributing to American industrialization that
A) was a great obstacle to producing manufactured goods at affordable prices.
B) was highly taxed so the government would have funds to support a growing nation.
C) was not influenced by government policies.
D) was easily accessible to industry via mines in the northeastern part of the country.
8.
How did the growing American population during the late 1800s contribute to its industrialization?
A) It spurred the demand for farmland in the Great Plains.
B) It allowed most people living in cities to purchase their own homes.
C) It provided manufacturers with many people who could purchase their products.
D) It forced the government to relocate Native Americans to make room for new immigrants.

financi4 answers:

The ones I know
1.
B. Telephone – Alexander Bell
D. Hand held camera – George Eastman

3. C) Adam’s family was one of the many families emigrating to the United States, who became part of the large labor force available to growing industries.

4. B) The construction of railroad tracks across and throughout the country

8, C) It provided manufacturers with many people who could purchase their products.

Robert asks…

Us history questions?

Please help. I don’t have a textbook &I can’t find info anywhere.
Insight students, this is lesson 16.1 !!
#1 was EASY, I researched it.

2. Determine how the following scenario could have influenced industrialization in the United States.
Jon Thomas heard about the great wealth that could be earned in the Western United States from mining. He decided to move from New York City to Colorado to work mining gold and silver.
A) Joseph’s move west, along with many others, allowed factories to develop in small towns.
B) Joseph’s mining of resources like gold and silver provided inexpensive raw materials used in many American industries.
C) Joseph’s creativity, which characterized the people moving west, helped create new industries.
D) Joseph’s move west would still provide big businesses plenty of land to build and grow.
3. Determine how the following scenario could have influenced industrialization in the United States.

Adam Hirsch received a letter from his brother in America, which mentioned how successful his brother had been at finding a manufacturing job in New York and how he was able to support his family. Adam decided to move with his wife and three children to America to try to make a better living there.
A) Adam’s children would have enrolled in school upon arrival in America, increasing the numbers in a growing education system.
B) Adam would have purchased a home for his family upon arrival, helping the economy.
C) Adam’s family was one of the many families emigrating to the United States, who became part of the large labor force available to growing industries.
D) Adam’s wife could have volunteered at her children’s school, becoming one of the many volunteers needed to support a growing economy.
4. What trend in the mid to late 1800s had a major influence on the industrialization of the United States?
A) The movement of Native Americans to reservations
B) The construction of railroad tracks across and throughout the country
C) The influence of Republican reforms on the South
D) The increased numbers of haciendas in California
5. Which of the following factors directly contributed to making industrialization in America successful?
A) Many small, independently-owned retail shops
B) Labor unions
C) The importation of inexpensive raw materials from Europe
D) Inventions like the telephone and railroad technologies
6. The success of American industry raised the interest of many different groups. Which of the following groups invested in large American businesses?
A) Foreign investors from England
B) Farmers in the Great Plains
C) Individual prospectors from the West
D) African Americans from the South
7. A great supply of natural resources was one factor contributing to American industrialization that
A) was a great obstacle to producing manufactured goods at affordable prices.
B) was highly taxed so the government would have funds to support a growing nation.
C) was not influenced by government policies.
D) was easily accessible to industry via mines in the northeastern part of the country.
8. How did the growing American population during the late 1800s contribute to its industrialization?
A) It spurred the demand for farmland in the Great Plains.
B) It allowed most people living in cities to purchase their own homes.
C) It provided manufacturers with many people who could purchase their products.
D) It forced the government to relocate Native Americans to make room for new immigrants.

financi4 answers:

2. B
3. C
4. B
5. D
6. A
7. C
8. C

Joseph asks…

Anybody Care For Some History?

1.
Match the following inventors with their inventions:
A. Electric generator
B. Telephone
C. Air brakes for trains
D. Hand held camera
E. Typewriter
F. Gas-powered automobile
G. First refrigerated rail car

George Westinghouse
George Eastman
Thomas Edison
Gustavus Swift
Charles and Frank Duryea
Christopher Sholes
Alexander Bell
2.
Determine how the following scenario could have influenced industrialization in the United States.
Jon Thomas heard about the great wealth that could be earned in the Western United States from mining. He decided to move from New York City to Colorado to work mining gold and silver.
A) Joseph’s move west, along with many others, allowed factories to develop in small towns.
B) Joseph’s mining of resources like gold and silver provided inexpensive raw materials used in many American industries.
C) Joseph’s creativity, which characterized the people moving west, helped create new industries.
D) Joseph’s move west would still provide big businesses plenty of land to build and grow.
3.
Determine how the following scenario could have influenced industrialization in the United States.

Adam Hirsch received a letter from his brother in America, which mentioned how successful his brother had been at finding a manufacturing job in New York and how he was able to support his family. Adam decided to move with his wife and three children to America to try to make a better living there.
A) Adam’s children would have enrolled in school upon arrival in America, increasing the numbers in a growing education system.
B) Adam would have purchased a home for his family upon arrival, helping the economy.
C) Adam’s family was one of the many families emigrating to the United States, who became part of the large labor force available to growing industries.
D) Adam’s wife could have volunteered at her children’s school, becoming one of the many volunteers needed to support a growing economy.
4.
What trend in the mid to late 1800s had a major influence on the industrialization of the United States?
A) The movement of Native Americans to reservations
B) The construction of railroad tracks across and throughout the country
C) The influence of Republican reforms on the South
D) The increased numbers of haciendas in California
5.
Which of the following factors directly contributed to making industrialization in America successful?
A) Many small, independently-owned retail shops
B) Labor unions
C) The importation of inexpensive raw materials from Europe
D) Inventions like the telephone and railroad technologies
6.
The success of American industry raised the interest of many different groups. Which of the following groups invested in large American businesses?
A) Foreign investors from England
B) Farmers in the Great Plains
C) Individual prospectors from the West
D) African Americans from the South
7.
A great supply of natural resources was one factor contributing to American industrialization that
A) was a great obstacle to producing manufactured goods at affordable prices.
B) was highly taxed so the government would have funds to support a growing nation.
C) was not influenced by government policies.
D) was easily accessible to industry via mines in the northeastern part of the country.
8.
How did the growing American population during the late 1800s contribute to its industrialization?
A) It spurred the demand for farmland in the Great Plains.
B) It allowed most people living in cities to purchase their own homes.
C) It provided manufacturers with many people who could purchase their products.
D) It forced the government to relocate Native Americans to make room for new immigrants.

financi4 answers:

1.
Match the following inventors with their inventions:
A. Electric generator – Michael Faraday, Anyos Jedlik, and Hippolyte Pixii all invented early magnetic generators. There were electrostatic generators that were invented much earlier. I have no idea why Edison would even be considered.

B. Telephone – possibly Innocenzo Manzetti. Charles Bourseul’s or even Johann Philipp Reis’
invention could be considered an early telephone. There were many others years before Alexander Graham Bell. Bell is usually credited with the invention, however, because he is the one who made the idea work well enough to be practical with the human voice. The original idea though was based on work of many others.

C. Air brakes for trains – George Westinghouse

D. Hand held camera – Maybe George Eastman. He’s more famous for inventing the film though.

E. Typewriter – Henry Mill, Pellegrino Turri, William Burt and many others before Christopher Sholes made his. Sholes typewriter was the first that was commercially successful

F. Gas-powered automobile – This is a really hard one and has no easy answer. Karl Benz may be considered the first in 1885. The Duryea brothers didn’t build their first automobile until 1893.

G. First refrigerated rail car – Gustavus Swift invented the first practical one. But refrigerator cars existed in some form for years before he got involved.

Paul asks…

HISTORY ANSWERS PLEASEE!!!?

1.
Match the following inventors with their inventions:
A. Electric generator
B. Telephone
C. Air brakes for trains
D. Hand held camera
E. Typewriter
F. Gas-powered automobile
G. First refrigerated rail car

George Westinghouse
George Eastman
Thomas Edison
Gustavus Swift
Charles and Frank Duryea
Christopher Sholes
Alexander Bell
2.
Determine how the following scenario could have influenced industrialization in the United States.
Jon Thomas heard about the great wealth that could be earned in the Western United States from mining. He decided to move from New York City to Colorado to work mining gold and silver.
A) Joseph’s move west, along with many others, allowed factories to develop in small towns.
B) Joseph’s mining of resources like gold and silver provided inexpensive raw materials used in many American industries.
C) Joseph’s creativity, which characterized the people moving west, helped create new industries.
D) Joseph’s move west would still provide big businesses plenty of land to build and grow.
3.
Determine how the following scenario could have influenced industrialization in the United States.

Adam Hirsch received a letter from his brother in America, which mentioned how successful his brother had been at finding a manufacturing job in New York and how he was able to support his family. Adam decided to move with his wife and three children to America to try to make a better living there.
A) Adam’s children would have enrolled in school upon arrival in America, increasing the numbers in a growing education system.
B) Adam would have purchased a home for his family upon arrival, helping the economy.
C) Adam’s family was one of the many families emigrating to the United States, who became part of the large labor force available to growing industries.
D) Adam’s wife could have volunteered at her children’s school, becoming one of the many volunteers needed to support a growing economy.
4.
What trend in the mid to late 1800s had a major influence on the industrialization of the United States?
A) The movement of Native Americans to reservations
B) The construction of railroad tracks across and throughout the country
C) The influence of Republican reforms on the South
D) The increased numbers of haciendas in California
5.
Which of the following factors directly contributed to making industrialization in America successful?
A) Many small, independently-owned retail shops
B) Labor unions
C) The importation of inexpensive raw materials from Europe
D) Inventions like the telephone and railroad technologies
6.
The success of American industry raised the interest of many different groups. Which of the following groups invested in large American businesses?
A) Foreign investors from England
B) Farmers in the Great Plains
C) Individual prospectors from the West
D) African Americans from the South
7.
A great supply of natural resources was one factor contributing to American industrialization that
A) was a great obstacle to producing manufactured goods at affordable prices.
B) was highly taxed so the government would have funds to support a growing nation.
C) was not influenced by government policies.
D) was easily accessible to industry via mines in the northeastern part of the country.
8.
How did the growing American population during the late 1800s contribute to its industrialization?
A) It spurred the demand for farmland in the Great Plains.
B) It allowed most people living in cities to purchase their own homes.
C) It provided manufacturers with many people who could purchase their products.
D) It forced the government to relocate Native Americans to make room for new immigrants.

financi4 answers:

George Westinghouse invented a system of air brakes that made travel by …
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Thomas Edison’s Pearl Street electricity generating station introduced four key elements of a modern electric utility system. It featured reliable central generation, efficient distribution, a successful end use (in 1882, the light bulb), and a competitive price
George Eastman who developed the handheld camera and various
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fGustavus Franklin Swift (June 24, 1839 – March 29, 1903)ounded a meat-packing empire
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charles and frank duryea invent the automobile
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Christopher Latham Sholes[2] (February 14, 1819 – February 17, 1890) was an American inventor who invented the first practical typewriter and the QWERTY keyboard still in use today.[3] He was also a newspaper publisher and Wisconsin politician.
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Alexander Graham Bell inventor of the telephone in 1876. …

Chris asks…

2. Determine how the following scenario could have influenced industrialization in the United States.?

Jon Thomas heard about the great wealth that could be earned in the Western United States from mining. He decided to move from New York City to Colorado to work mining gold and silver.

A) Joseph’s move west, along with many others, allowed factories to develop in small towns.
B) Joseph’s mining of resources like gold and silver provided inexpensive raw materials used in many American industries.
C) Joseph’s creativity, which characterized the people moving west, helped create new industries.
D) Joseph’s move west would still provide big businesses plenty of land to build and grow.

3.

Determine how the following scenario could have influenced industrialization in the United States.

Adam Hirsch received a letter from his brother in America, which mentioned how successful his brother had been at finding a manufacturing job in New York and how he was able to support his family. Adam decided to move with his wife and three children to America to try to make a better living there.

A) Adam’s children would have enrolled in school upon arrival in America, increasing the numbers in a growing education system.
B) Adam would have purchased a home for his family upon arrival, helping the economy.
C) Adam’s family was one of the many families emigrating to the United States, who became part of the large labor force available to growing industries.
D) Adam’s wife could have volunteered at her children’s school, becoming one of the many volunteers needed to support a growing economy.

4.

What trend in the mid to late 1800s had a major influence on the industrialization of the United States?

A) The movement of Native Americans to reservations
B) The construction of railroad tracks across and throughout the country
C) The influence of Republican reforms on the South
D) The increased numbers of haciendas in California

5.

Which of the following factors directly contributed to making industrialization in America successful?

A) Many small, independently-owned retail shops
B) Labor unions
C) The importation of inexpensive raw materials from Europe
D) Inventions like the telephone and railroad technologies

6.

The success of American industry raised the interest of many different groups. Which of the following groups invested in large American businesses?

A) Foreign investors from England
B) Farmers in the Great Plains
C) Individual prospectors from the West
D) African Americans from the South

7.

A great supply of natural resources was one factor contributing to American industrialization that

A) was a great obstacle to producing manufactured goods at affordable prices.
B) was highly taxed so the government would have funds to support a growing nation.
C) was not influenced by government policies.
D) was easily accessible to industry via mines in the northeastern part of the country.

8.

How did the growing American population during the late 1800s contribute to its industrialization?

A) It spurred the demand for farmland in the Great Plains.
B) It allowed most people living in cities to purchase their own homes.
C) It provided manufacturers with many people who could purchase their products.
D) It forced the government to relocate Native Americans to make room for new immigrants.

financi4 answers:

2. B
3. C
4. B
5. D
6. A
7. C
8. C

Ken asks…

Swiss 20 Gold Coins?

Are Swiss 20 Gold Coins a good investment (long term)? Gold prices are expected to rise considerably. Is this a good investment or would there be a better way (mining co’s., bullion, anything) to invest in gold?

financi4 answers:

I prefer buying gold coins to other forms of bullion or stocks. Stocks in gold mining companies are more volatile that gold prices. In a mine there is a cost of production. The profit margin (stock price) is based on the differential between gold prices and production prices. This is usually small compared to the price of gold.

When buying coins for their gold content, the common types and most readily exchangable are the South African Krugerand, Canadian Maple Leaf, and US Gold Eagle. The Swiss gold coins are usually readily exchangable as well. When buying coins, the dealer buying and selling prices differ by 5-15%. I prefer to buy 100 year old gold coins for near bullion prices. There is usually a slight premium, but if the price of gold goes down, the value of the coins does not decrease as much because of the numismatic value of the coins.

John asks…

How much does investing gold actually cost?

I was browsing around for a friend of mine..
he needed to know about the worlds no.1 supposely to be bank, the swiss bank..
then i came across the gold investment thingy they had and kinda got stuck there for awhile..

my question is..
how much does gold actually cost?..
ppl say invest in real gold, its profitable.. is dat true?.. why?.. how?..
if i do buy them from swissbank, how much does it cost + rental on he safe deposit box?..

sorry,, kinda really naive in this field..
wud appreciate it if anyone cud help..

financi4 answers:

Don’t know what country you are in, so rules on owning gold and taxes might be different from what I am used to. But…..

Gold is the universal method of holding and storing wealth.
All currencies are just peices of paper or electronic bits, that depend on peoples willingness to hold them, to keep their value..in themselves, there are as valuable as scrap paper.

Gold is accepted everywhere and there is no dispute on it’s desirability.

Gold is going up in “price” because Governments are devaluating their currency for trade and deficit reasons. So Gold is moving up compared to currencies.

Try this site

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To get free tips from Wall Street Professionals and receive reports, charts and strategies on investing in gold.

Charles asks…

Can a pure gold necklace or a pure gold ring be invested into a bank account, then by years, cost more?

A friend of mine told me to buy a gold necklace and invest it because in years, it will be worth a lot more. Is this true? Can a gold necklace that’s worth $100 be worth… idk… $1000 in a couple of years? If there’s a math equation or something to this, please show it.
So the more expensive, the more it would be worth? for example, a 24k gold necklace could be worth lots more? I dont really seem to understand as you can see.
If I hold it, how should I use it to gain more money? If it helps me, do I sell it for money? What do I do with it after the price increases for it? and state if a 14-24k gold necklace is possible… PLEASE READ THIS PART.
And basically, a gold necklace or gold jewelry won’t help at all? Only troy ounces of gold bars? If so, what can be the cheapest price of a gold bar? Yes, there are differences with weights and all… but the lightest weight bar, cost?

financi4 answers:

Gold is always good investment. The value of gold will steadily go up due to the terrible state of the economy. However, putting it in a bank won’t do much of anything. You’re best bet is to just hold it in a safety deposit box and save it. Gold has steadily increased in value. However, that could change, too.

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