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Has anyone had a similar schedule to mine in high school?

Has anyone had a similar schedule to mine in high school? Topic: Do my pre calculus homework
July 19, 2019 / By Ida
Question: This is for my junior year.. we're starting to already pick the classes. Here are the classes: 1.English 3 Pre-Ap 2.Physics Pre-Ap 3.US History AP 4.Pre-Calculus Pre-Ap 5.Statistics AP 6.Spanish 4 AP 7.Computer Science Pre-Ap These are the classes I'm planning to attend. What do you think?
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Edyth Edyth | 6 days ago
If you have good time management and pay attention in class I think you should be ok. One big thing though it to make sure to get things done early, it helps if you can set aside an hour or two every day to do homework (even if you don't have anything due in the next couple days it's good to still set this time aside to either review/study or work ahead, that way if an emergency comes up or you get sick or something you don't fall behind). It can be challenging though if you start running in to deadlines across multiple classes (nothing worse than having two projects due is two unrelated classes, and both teachers think you should just be working on their class), this is why it's important to keep working ahead, that way you give yourself a cushion
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Edyth Originally Answered: Can I be fired over my school schedule?
No offense here but, what makes you think an employer is required to constantly work around you, regardless of your changing schedule? They have a business to run and need someone they can count on being there when they need them there. They don't have to continue to accomodate you. The availability you stated in your interview no longer applies as you admit your schedule will be changing. Your schedule no longer meets the needs of their business and they have no obligation to keep you. There's no discrimination involved. Its a good business decision. You'll need to understand that and move on to another job that fits better with your schedule. Depending on what state you live in, employers generally have the right to fire you for any reason or no reason, just as you have the right to quit. As for unemployment, you'll have to check your state regulations since we don't know what state you live in. What is it with the sense of entitlement people have?
Edyth Originally Answered: Can I be fired over my school schedule?
You don't say where you are. My answer assumes US - if you are in a different country the answer might be different. You aren't available to work when they need you - so yes of course they can fire you, and you are very unlikely to be eligible for unemployment unless the firm decides to just let it go through and not tell the unemployment people why you were dismissed. Actually in pretty much all states they could fire you for no reason, although then you might be able to collect unemployment. But unless you have more work history than 3 months, in most states you would not be eligible to collect. Discrimination? No, there are strict legal definitions of that, and having conflicts with a school schedule is not covered as discrimination. Basically, you don't have a right to a job - the company has a right to employ who they want, when they want. The comment to the other employee wasn't professional but isn't illegal either.
Edyth Originally Answered: Can I be fired over my school schedule?
Neither the rude/inconsiderate actions nor them letting you go due to your schedule change is considered legal discrimination. Discrimination is an action done on the basis of a person's age, sex, race, national origin, ethnicity, religion, disability, military or marital status. www.eeoc.gov The employer needs an employee to work a certain schedule, your schedule has now changed so you are unable to meet the qualifications of the job. It does not matter that when you were interviewed you discussed your education. At that time your availability as to hours was different than is it now. They were OK with your previous schedule, they are not OK with the new one. Not discrimination, not an issue for the Department of Labor. As for collecting unemployment there are a few concerns. As a part time worker for a very short time you may not have sufficient funds paid into the system in order to get benefits. Your new schedule may be such that it would be impossible to get another part time job. Some State's Unemployment Act do not cover full-time students, however, there are exceptions. You would be better off trying to get another part-time job through your college placement office.

Charmaine Charmaine
it depends what comes easy to you. if you are good with equations but not a great problem solver pre calc will be a breeze. but if its the other stats will be your favorite class. physics you will just hve to pay attention and be on your game, especially ap. are you good at spanish? english is english and us history is fairly easy just need to have a decent memory.
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Charmaine Originally Answered: Suppose you just inherited a gold mine.This gold mine is believed 2 have three years worth of gold deposit?
Hi Mary: The discount factors from PV tables are: 8%: .926, .857, .794 6%: .943, .890, .840 4%: .962, .925. .889 Computation for 8% DR: Yr 1: 42 mil x .926 = 38,892,000 Yr 2: 62mil x .857 = 53,134,000 Yr 3: 99 mil x .794 = 78,606,000 Total PV for the 3 Yr period = $170,632,000. Same for the other rates. Just substitute the corresponding factors in the computation. Conclusion: There is an inverse relationship between the Disc Rate and the PV of the income stream. I.E., the lower the dr, the higher is the pv of the inc stream. Hope this helps, mule.
Charmaine Originally Answered: Suppose you just inherited a gold mine.This gold mine is believed 2 have three years worth of gold deposit?
With an 8% discount rate $170,632,000. I got bored after that. I may be wrong but here's how I did it: 42 m / 1.08 = 38.88 m 62 m / 1.08^2 = 53.155 m 99 m / 1.08^3 = 78.589 m then add them up 38.88 + 53.155 + 78.589 = 170.632 m for different discount rates just change the divisor for 4% it would be 1.04 for year 1 then 1.04 x 1.04, or 1.0816 for year 2, and for year 3 1.04 x 1.04 x1.04 or 1.1248 hopes this makes it more understandable. This I believe is the way you calculate Net Present Value (NPV) usually you subtract the original investment, but in this case you inherited the mine so that is zero.

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