Question : When someone says that you're practical, what does that mean? When someone says that you're conceptual, what does that mean? I don't understand...Describe a practical person and a conceptual person to me.
Answer : To me, a practical person is a person that knows how to actually get things done, but doesn't necessarily have the creativity to come up with special ideas. A conceptual person is a person that has the creative ability to come up with good ideas, but doesn't necessarily know how to make them happen. In business, it makes a great team when there is a practical person and a conceptual person working together.
Question : I have a history assignment. My teacher asked us to use Evidence, Argument/Position, and Implications to explain Archaeology, Linguistics, and Physical Anthropology. Im not sure about the definition of Evidence, Argument/Position, and Implications. It is hard for me to find the answer from the book if I don't even know them. This is for explaining who were the first people to be America.
Answer : EVIDENCE: your basis for belief or disbelief; knowledge on which to base belief; 'the evidence that smoking causes lung cancer is very compelling'
ARGUMENT:a fact or assertion offered as evidence that something is true; 'it was a strong argument that his hypothesis was true'
IMPLICATIONS: significance: a meaning that is not expressly stated but can be inferred
Question : a research task for year 11 Biology and asks us to explain the implications of how changes in the body can effect the function of this enzyme. i am assuming this means temperature, pH and acidity, though im not sure how it occurs directly.
Answer : cephalic stimulation (such as thoughts of food, smell of food, etc.) can trigger the enzyme to be released. To the second degree, the food entering your stomach, and the stretch of the smooth muscle cause even more of the enzyme to be released.