First of all; asking this question here is pretty dumb …

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First of all; asking this question here is pretty dumb — you do realize that there is a whole beta forum on Steam for this, right?

The Trading Cards beta is not a game, so it’s not listed in your game list. In Steam, look at the header links at the top: STORE, LIBRARY, COMMUNITY, USERNAME. If you hover over the USERNAME link at the end (that will be your steam username, not the word Username), it should list: Activity, Profile, Friends, Groups, Content, Badges, and Inventory.

Badges will show you what your progress toward Trading Card badges are, and the cards will show up in your Inventory; steam will alert you when you earn one. Look at your Badges screen to see what games you are eligible to earn cards for; you earn cards simply by playing the games. You can cards and card awards from the market, too (which is under the COMMUNITY header).

Edit: It’s worth mentioning that the extra Trading Card Betas you have in your inventory are to give to your friends, so you’ll have someone to trade with.

If you’re still having problems using the Trading Cards, you should report it to the official Steam Trading Card Beta group, as this IS a beta, and bugs ARE expected; they can’t be fixed if they’re not reported.

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What are your target market segments? What do they like and will most likely to visit?
1. They are gamers who age from maybe 10-35? and have enough earning to buy a system. However, they are price sensitive in the sense that they are not willing to go to a local store and just buy a system when they want to. If they want to buy a gaming system online, this means they probably also like to buy other things they like/need online.
In summary: this market segment are young, price sensitive, like games, and like to do online shopping.

2. How do we reach out to them?

Where do most young and gamers hang out?
1. gaming forums


( gamers have to watch s to learn techniques or watch competitions)

3. social s

(like fb, you can get promotions on fb for cheap, or make a fb page for your ebay listings)

4. reddit, and local reddit groups

(including fb reddit group pages)

5. craigslist

(price sensitive ppl actively seek out things they want to buy on craigslist on a regular basis).

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1) You’re right about the size, so awesome job on that! Just remember that 360 square inches is the MINIMUM–bigger is better. Especially for Syrians, because they need huge wheels and toys and such.

2) Tanks are a great option! A 20-gallon long would be the smallest you could use. However, I would recommend a 40-gallon breeder. Many hamsters *will* outgrow a 20-gallon, and then you’ll have to spend even more money to upgrade. Starting with a 40-gallon is a much safer choice.

You could also consider a bin cage, which is a cheaper choice. See more about them here:

3) I would not recommend making your own food. It can be done, but you really need to be someone who knows a lot about hamster nutrition to attempt it. I wouldn’t recommend doing it unless you are a veterinarian.

There are good foods on the market. Hazel Hamster, Carefresh Complete Menu, and Mazuri are all great choices. If you can mix several good foods together, even better (variety is key).

Also, this website is a great source of info:

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First note that you are given the forex rates in “indirect” form. Indirect quotes tell you the number of foreign units it takes to buy 1 unit of domestic currency (your domestic currency is the US dollar). So, using the spot rate, it takes £0.5267 to buy $1. The reciprocal ( 1 / the indirect rate) will give you a “direct” quote, the number of domestic currency units (here, dollars) to buy one unit of foreign currency (here, the £). Thus, 1 / 0.5267 = 1.8961. This means £1 = (buys) $1.8961.

Looking at the spot and forward rates….
0.5267 …0.5283…0.5299…0.5315
you see the number increasing over time…this means it takes more £s to buy dollars in the future. That means the £ is expected to weaken against the dollar in the future.
Another way to look at it is to look at the reciprocals of the spot and forward rates. 1 / the indirect quote…
Examining these rates, you’ll see that in the future the £ is worth fewer dollars. Again, this shows the £ is weakening against the dollar.

So, the answer to #1 is the £ is selling at a discount in the forward market. (It costs less, in terms of dollars, in the future, than it costs today, at the spot rate.)

#2) There are two ways to go about calculating the answer. The fastest way is to do it this way: Since the indirect quote is expressed as £/$ = 0.5267, then £450,000/0.5267 = $854,376 (I drop the cents since your answer options drop them). You’ll see that this is the same as inverting the £0.5267/$1 to 1 / 0.5267 and multiplying by 450,000…so you have 450,000/0.5267 = $854,376. The other way, is really another way to invert and multiply, but with one more step. You actually “solve” for 1 / 0.5267 first, which gives you the direct quote, 1.89861, which is the number of dollars per pound, and then multiply by the number of pounds: £450,000 * $1.89861 = $854,376.

#3) First solve for the dollar value of the £450,000 at the 60 day forward rate…invert and multiply
450,000 / 0.5299 = $849,216
or solve for the fraction 1 / 0.5299 first and then multiply:
1 / 0.5299 = 1.88715…times 450,000 = $849,216
Second, solve for the difference between receiving $s at the 60 day forward rate vs receiving $s at the spot rate today…
forward $849,216 – spot 854,376 = ($5,159)

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