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Annotated poem: Sonnet 43 by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Annotated copy of the poem 'Sonnet 43' by Elizabeth Barrett Browning from GCSE poetry anthology.

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English

Annotated poem: The Manhunt by Simon Armitage

Annotated copy of the poem 'The Manhunt' by Simon Armitage from GCSE poetry anthology.

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Junior Artist Programme - A Term

Programme for junior artist worshops. Suitable for home education children and teens.

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Accounting

Deriving the Accounting Equation

The following explain how we derive the Accounting equation. Whatever a business owns is called an asset. And the only buy, an asset could be owned is when the ownership of the asset is transferred to the business. This could only be done through payment whether an instant payment or instalment. There are two ways in which money to buy asset could be collected i.e. by receiving money from the people or by making a profit. Business can only receive money from two types of people, either investor who have invested money in the business or lender which is called capital and by lenders who have lend money to the business and is called liability. So far we have derived to the following equation: Assets = Capital + Profit + Liability. Now, lets examine the profit which is actually the difference between revenue and expenses. By further simplifying the equation, we derive at: Assets = Capital +(Revenue - Expenses) + Liability. By shifting the liability to the other side, we derive at the Accounting equation that is extensively used throughout Accounting which is: Assets + Expenses = Capital + Revenue + Liability.

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Henry VIII: Policies and Royal Authority- GCSE AND A LEVEL

These are notes about Henry VIII’s policies including his foreign and domestic policies and royal authority, This is useful for those studying Tudors at either GCSE or A level. Please note that these are condensed notes that can be used for revision purposes.

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How does Conan Doyle present Sherlock Holmes as an interesting and unusual detective?

This is a sample essay in response to the above question. I have colour-coded the assessment objectives and included comments on the side which explains how these objectives are met.

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Macroeconomic Policies & Objectives Presentation

A presentation suitable for revising/delivering the simple but key principles of macroeconomic policies and objectives.

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IB HL Design and Technology - topic 10 Commercial Production

Detailed definitions, terms, and content needed for exams for HL Design and Technology notes for all of topic 10 commercial production.

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IB HL Design and Technology - Topic 9 Innovation and Markets

Detailed definitions, terms, and content needed for exams for HL Design and Technology notes for all of topic 9 innovation and markets.