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In this episode, we will review the different ways of factoring quadratic and cubic polynomial functions/equations. We will use the trial and error method when the highest exponent is two for quadratic equations and the coefficient of that x-square term is one. When the coefficient is one, there is not any values in front of the variable, x.
We will also use the grouping method when there are four terms. Generally, the highest expoent is three, for example x-cube. We group two terms at a time and find the greatest common factor in each grouping. There's more, so listen.
We will briefly discuss other ways of factoring polynomials using the p/q method.
Invoice Factoring & How It Works is our topic on The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet. Invoice Factoring & How It Works - factoring, also known as accounts receivable factoring, is a business term used to describe a method in which companies sell their outstanding receivable invoices in order to gain immediate cash for their business.
Adam Lomax of Oxygen Funding discusses how Factoring can help companies expedite their growth. We add new content daily, so come back often!
For polynomials (find the domain, range, maximum, minimum, and axis of symmetry), graphing quadratic and polynomials functions, factoring, quadratic equation to find zeros, write linear equations that are parallel and perpendicular to a given equation with a point on the line parallel or perpendicular to the given equation.
The recession, which began in 2007, has changed the landscape of business financing. Over the past few months, Segueway to Success has featured numerous guests from various sectors of the world of business finance. This week we tackle the growing, and often-misunderstood world of factoring.
Join Brent, Tom and their guest Debra Wilson from Vertex Financial in Dallas, Texas. Debra has been in the factoring industry for over 30 years and has watched it pass through various phases and client perceptions. She will make a foreign topic feel domestic and perhaps enlighten one of our listeners enough to at least consider the unthinkable; factoring their assets as a choice, not as a necessity or last ditch effort.
Email us at Brent@SeguewaySolutions.com
Let's talk candidly about sex and today's teenager. Talking about sex with your teen today is more critical than ever before. Most parents avoid the conversation all together because of the awkwardness of the subject matter and the fact that they would like to see their teen be their baby forever never factoring in that one day they would experience sexual intercourse. How do you or how did you talk to your children about their bodies and sex? Call Ms. Mary, Saunta James & Wil the tech guy with your comment!
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We all feel a need to take more control of our lives and try to fit more in terms of balancing our obligations to work and family. It's work-life balance and factoring in family needs that take precedence so we won't feel resentful for either of them.
Women with young kids are the fastest growing segment of the American workforce and they are in desperate need of jobs with wome sort of flexibility.
Join Flex Hour Jobs as we discuss Reasons for Workplace Flexibility.
A TIME FOR REFLECTION
Just finished up our most popular event we do, hoopfest yesterday, and today makes the official end of our fiscal year but we have been broke for a couple months, and many of the popular things dont really get much money. But here we go to our 7th brain injury camp, which this year my radar stops
This last year i tracked what we do and the cost verses funding sources but this time I am factoring in the personal cost on me. The last 6 months of last fiscal year its been 7 days a week 10 to 15 hour days, all which i do to myself, emails (tens of thousands of emails each month) and phones are not handled it comes down to doing the physical work, making sure groups go off, I have spent a couple of years mentoring a group of very capiple men and woman who will take over support groups officially tomorrow (THE 5) i PLan on calling them into the show tonight they dont know it ill post this on their facebook walls and hour before
Many other projects I have put much effort into self sustaining leadership, people who can do it!!! (Im calling them into the show too) i hope.
I have been finalizing tasks and evaluating everything for the last 43 days and am now in reflective mode, evaluating where i fit, evaluating any service that cannot be sustained or that is sustained poorly letting it fail.
Doing my first ever personaal budget for this next fiscal year, being real with the efforts and as a person with a disability giving a far days work for any wages through grants and not straining me and my family trying to fix the world,
The biggest thing is i am eliminating myself on anything politacal, Im done I've lost friends over it, see the hurt and frustration on survivors really trying to change their circumstances in live only to find out their an industry. And the fact that survivors can't get along either, hopeles
In this economy who isn't looking for new and creative ways to raise money? Have you considered factoring? Tune in to learn about factoring and how it might help your business.
Our guest, Gary Honig is the President of Creative Capital Associates a commercial finance company based in Washington DC. For the past 14 years his company has been providing working capital to emerging technology companies.
It's coming! The book How to be a Finance Rock Star is coming in December. Get on the pre-order list now!
Hosted by Nicole Fende, The Numbers Whisperer ™. Ms. Fende is a credentialed actuary, experienced CFO, former Investment Banker and President of Small Business Finance Forum LLC.
This weekly show is perfect for small businesses, start-ups, entrepreneurs, solopreneurs and independent consultants.
BUSINESS CREDIT RADIO is indeed honored to welcome Tate Parker from Coface North America. With extensive experience in all aspects of accounts receivable management, working capital financing and trade credit insurance, Tate Parker is with Coface North America, a leader in trade credit insurance. At Coface, Tate helps businesses safely expand sales, obtain working capital finance and reduce defaults on accounts receivable, both domestic and international. Prior to joining Coface, Tate spent 16 years working with banks and businesses in accounts receivable financing, factoring and trade credit insurance. He has also provided expert witness services in matters involving these areas of expertise.
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