# Tag - point

## Creative Guidance: Book Review – The Tipping Point – Malcolm Gladwell

Nowadays how often do we hear the phrase ‘It’s gone viral’. The very idea of viral growth and change happening in social phenomena was introduced in ‘The Tipping Point’ by Malcolm Gladwell. The idea that every social revolution in sales, crime, organizations etc. follows the [...]

## POINT SLOPE FORM FORMULA

When the equation of a line using line slope of the line and a point through which the line passes, that equation is point slope formula. The steepness of line is slope. The point on the line is in the form of (x,y). The Point [...]

## [Bill Summary] Road Safety & Transport Bill 2014- salient features, provisions, penalties, graded point system

Why need for new Road act? Road Safety and Transport Bill 2014 #1: setup new authorities #2: Reform License, permits and policies #3: increase Punishments #4 Graded Point System for penalties Health ministry’s suggestion on Road safety bill Mock Questions Why need for new [...]

## Explain the methods to representing a break-even point.

Ans. There are two methods to representing a break-even point - (1) Graphical method (break-even charts) (ii) Algebraic method. (i) Graphical Method (Break-even Charts)- Break-even chart shows the extent of profit or loss to the firm at different levels of activity. Therefore, it is very useful in [...]

## Define break-even point.

Ans. Break-even point is of particular importance in case of Break-even analysis. According to Horngten, "The break-even point is that point of activity (sales volume) where total revenues and total expanses are equal. It is the point of zero profit." Break-even point can also be [...]

## Discuss clearly the significance of management from the point of view of modern business operations.

Ans. In modern. organizations, there is no substitute for management. In the words of Peter F. Drucker, "Management is the dynamic, life-giving element in every business. Without it, the resources of production remain resources and never become production." An organization may have r.aw materials, machines, human [...]