Would the profit change associated with sales changes be larger or smaller if a firm increased its operating leverage?"
Most investigators would measure the mass of a can in grams or, depending on the size of the can, kilograms. A small can might resemble a soup can, and a large can, like a galvanized steel trash can (like the kind with a fitted lid) would be larger and (obviously) heavier. Smaller units would be used for the small can (grams) and the larger units (kilograms) would be used on the larger can.
Yes. If it was negative then .15 would be larger. Unless it’s negative then the smaller number is smaller. If negative, the smaller number would be larger. If that makes sense.
the smaller prokaryotic cells would provide a scource of energy to the larger cells
If you measure properly, the amount of water does not change. Measurement with whatever graduated cylinder you choose will not alter the amount of liquid measured. Most people choose to measure once with a larger one, but if the amount of liquid falls between the measurement lines, you can measure the "leftover" with a smaller cylinder and find the exact answer.
get larger then smaller... XD
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Some times the amount of energy will be in larger amount. If we use joule then larger number with many zeros has to be used. So we use kilo joule then smaller number would fulfill our need.
You would have to get the larger sizes cuppler with a reducer to the smaller size and then join it together
To convert from a larger unit to a smaller unit you would multiply. Ex: 5 km = 5000 m Where 1 km = 1000 m <><><><><> It depends on which factor you are multiplying or dividing by. It can go either way. To convert from ounces to grams, for instance, you can divide by 28.350, or you can multiply by 0.035273.