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    1a
    Acid - Base indicators (also known as pH indicators) are substances which change colour with pH. They are usually weak acids or bases, which when dissolved in water dissociate slightly and form ions. Consider anindicator which is a weak acid, with the formula HIn.

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    Bronsted–Lowry theory, also called proton theory of acids and bases states that any compound that can transfer a proton to any other compound is an acid, and the compound that accepts the proton is a base.

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    4ci.Hess's Law of Constant Heat Summation (or just Hess's Law) states that regardless of the multiple stages or steps of a reaction, the total enthalpy change for the reaction is the sum of all changes.

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    6ai. Complex ion is an ion formed by joining independent molecules or ions to a central metallic atom by coordinate bonds.
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    (3)

    Classify why luke is described as the universal Gospel?

    Luke makes clear that the gospel was addressed not just to the Jews but to all without distinction. He speaks of Jesus as the “friend of sinners” and of outcasts.

    He says that the Son of Man has come to seek and save what is lost (Luke 19:10).

    The parables and miracle accounts in Luke emphasize the compassion of Jesus to sinners and to those who suffer, his patience, friendliness, and desire to seek out the lost (the parable of the lost sheep, the lost coin, and the lost prodigal son).

    Luke shows great concern for the poor.“
    The poor have good news preached to them” (Luke 7:22). He alone tells the Parable of the Rich Man and poor Lazarus (Luke 16:19-31).

    Luke gives reference to the universal scope of the church (see Luke 2:14, 32; 24:47).

    Luke speaks of the Samaritans as models of charity and gratitude (Luke 10:25-37 and Luke
    17:11-19).

    Luke shows Jesus giving approval and praising Gentiles for their faith (Luke 4:25-27; Luke 7:9).

    He quotes Jesus’s words, that “men will come from the east and west, and from north and south, and sit at table in the kingdom of
    God” (Luke 13:29).



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    (i)The Samaritans early broke away from the Jews and began the transmission of a Hebrew text of the Pentateuch on an independent line which has continued down to the present day.

    (ii)
    Early Syriac material often provides much information concerning the original Hebrew text.

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    The translation into Latin known as the Vulgate preceded the Massoretic text by some centuries, and was made by Jerome, who was noted as a Hebrew scholar.
    But Augustine thought it
    sacrilegious not to be content with the Septuagint.

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    The Greek translation known as the Septuagint was made from Hebrew manuscripts current two or three centuries before the Christian era.
    It is from this version that most of the quotations in the New Testament are made.

    (v)
    Three other Greek versions were made long before the establishment
    of the Massoretic text.
    The most important of these was one by Aquila, who was so punctilious that he transliterated the
    word Jehovah in the old Hebrew characters, instead of translating it by the Greek word meaning Lord as was done in the Septuagint.

    (7a)
    Religious personality:
    is the act of considering the literature of spirituality, religiosity and
    the human main traits, the aim of this study is to find the relationship between basic religious beliefs (Human,Existence and God) proposed in Religious Cognitive.


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    i)Cultivate spiritual gifts to serve others:- Christians will look for ways to serve in a variety of situations.
    We should ask God to provide His gifts to us,
    recognizing that the greatest gift is love.

    (ii)Repent and commit to holding fast to the truth of the Bible:-We should recognize sinful conduct for what it is and change our behavior. When our
    sins are forgiven, we should seek truth and commit to it.

    (iii)Humble ourselves as little children:- Consider how open a little child is to being taught. Watch a child’s utter dependence on his parents for everything and see the kind of faith and trust we should have toward God.

    (iv)Keep God’s 10
    Commandments:- We
    are to love God with all our hearts and love our neighbors as ourselves and also keep others commandments of God
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    2a)Monopoly: A market structure characterized by a single seller, selling a unique product in the market. In a monopoly market, the seller faces no competition, as he is the sole seller of goods with no close substitute.

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    3a
    i. The expenditures approach says GDP= consumption + investment + government expenditure + exports – imports.

    ii.Theincome approach sums the factor incomes to the factors ofproduction.

    iii. The output approach is also called the “net product” or “value added” approach.

    3b
    Multiplier-accelerator model. ... This model is based on the Keynesian multiplier, which is a consequence of assuming that consumption intentions depend on the level of economic activity, and the accelerator theory of investment, which assumes that investment intentions depend on the pace of growth in economic activity.

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    4)
    i) Windfall Gains or Losses:
    When windfall gains or losses accrue to people their consumption level may change suddenly. For instance, the post-war windfall gains in stock exchanges seem to have raised the consumption spending of rich people in the U.S.A., and to that extent, the consumption function was shifted upward.

    ii) Fiscal Policy:
    The propensity to consume is also affected by variations in fiscal policy of the government. For instance, imposition of heavy taxes tends to reduce the disposable real income of the community; so its level of consumption may adversely change. Similarly, withdrawal of certain taxes may cause an upward shift of consumption function.

    iii) Change in Expectations:
    The propensity to consume is also affected by expectations regarding future changes. For instance, an expected war considerably influences consumption by creating fears about future scarcity and rising prices. This leads people to buy more than they immediately need, i.e., to hoard. Thus, the ratio of consumption to current income will rise, which means that the consumption function will be shifted upward.

    iv) The Rate of Interest:
    In the long run, substantial changes in the market rate of interest may also influence consumption. A significant rise in the rate of interest may induce people to reduce their consumption at each income level, because people will save more in order to take advantage of the high interest rate.


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    5a
    i) Overvalued exchange rate

    If the currency is overvalued, imports will be cheaper, and therefore there will be a higher quantity of imports. Exports will become uncompetitive, and therefore there will be a fall in the quantity of exports. Countries in the Eurozone (e.g. Greece, Portugal and Spain) experienced an overvalued exchange rate (and they couldn’t devalue). In 2007, these three countries had a current account deficit equal to 10% of GDP.

    ii) Economic growth

    If there is an increase in national income, people will tend to have more disposable income to consume goods. If domestic producers cannot meet the domestic demand, consumers will have to import goods from abroad. In the UK we have a high marginal propensity to imports (mpm) because we do not have a comparative advantage in the production of manufactured goods. Therefore if there is fast economic growth there tends to be a significant increase in the quantity of imports and a deterioration in the current account.

    iii) Decline in competitiveness/export sector

    In the UK, there has been a decline in the exporting manufacturing sector because it has struggled to compete with developing countries in the far east. This has led to a persistent deficit in the balance of trade.

    iv) Higher inflation

    If UK inflation rises faster than our main competitors then it will make UK exports less competitive and imports more competitive. This will lead to deterioration in the current account. However, inflation may also lead to a depreciation in the currency to offset this decline in competitiveness.

    v) Recession in other countries

    If the UK’s main trading partners experience negative economic growth, then they will buy less of our exports, worsening the UK current account.


    5b
    i. Devaluation of exchange rate (make exports cheaper – imports more expensive)

    ii.Reduce domestic consumption and spending on imports (e.g. tight fiscal policy/higher taxes)

    iii. Supply side policies to improve the competitiveness of domestic industry and exports

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    6ai)A balance of payments deficit means the country imports more goods, services and capital thsan it exports . It must borrow from other countries to pay for its imports. In the short-term, that fuels the country's economic growth. It's like taking out a school loan to pay for education. Your expected higher future salary is worth the investment.
    In the long-term, the country becomes a net consumer, not a producer, of the world's economic output. It will have to go into debt to pay for consumption instead of investing in future growth. If the deficit continues long enough, the country may have to sell off its assets to pay its creditors. These assets include natural resources, land and commodities

    6aii)A trade deficit occurs when a country does not produce all it needs. Most nations must borrow from foreign states to pay for the imports.
    Therefore, a country with a trade deficit will also have a
    current account deficit .
    A trade deficit also results when domestic companies manufacture in foreign countries. When raw materials are shipped overseas to factories, they count as exports. When the finished goods are shipped back home, they count as imports. That's true even though they're made by domestic companies. The imports are subtracted from the country's gross domestic product . That's despite the fact the earnings benefit the company's stock price and the taxes increase the country's revenue stream.


    6b) A Balance of Payments(BOP) has 3 parts: Current Account, Capital Account and Financial Account.

    Balance of Trade is country's (exports) - (imports). If export> imports then BoT is in surplus(for example China), and if imports>exports then BoT is in deficit. BoT is shown in the Current Account of a BOP which includes ,in addition to BoT, 2 more entries called primary and secondary incomes.

    As opposed to the general view, it is not necessary to "correct" BoT deficit. I'll mention "BoT deficit" as "Current Account deficit" from now on because they are almost the same thing.

    Balance of Payments(BOP), as the name implies, always has to be in balance. It is not because it should be, it have to be. There is a simple fact beyond this necessity: What you consume have to be paid via either the money that you own or that you borrow.

    Therefore, if my country is importing more than exporting, that means, my people is consuming beyond my production capabilities. It is not a bad thing if you can finance that deficit with a cheap money. Let's consider two examples, USA and Turkey.

    USA has around 400 billion $ of CA deficit, while Turkey has about 40 Billion. Both of those countries has to finance that debt. Consider the interest rates of both. While the first has almost 0 the latter has 10 %. If you look at detailed BOP of both, you can see the main financing comes from Bonds issued. So we can say that, USA is financing its consumption with almost 0 interest, on the other hand Turkey is financing it with almost 10%. That difference may be a consequence of a lot of different facts like risk premium, reliability(if a country is less risky and more reliable, an investor may lend that country with lower interest rate) of the country etc etc.

    But still if you want to correct CA deficit, you have to decrease the consumption in the country. So what can be done in order to decrease it:
    CB may increase interest rates so people will tend to save rather than consume.(Because interest rates for time deposits will increase, also the interest rates for any credit also expected to increase)
    You may decrease the value of your currency against the foreign currencies.(CB can do this via buying Gov't Bonds and bills. In that way it gives liquidity to the market, and that will result in decrease in the value of the domestic currency)
    Above 2 was the part of monetary policy, there are also fiscal measures that can be implied.
    Gov't spending may be decreased(since gov't is a huge actor, its spending has a major effect in an economy.)
    Taxes can be increased. etc etc.
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