O desenvolvimento regional ou microrregional pode ser acelerado por meio de investimentos em ciência e em tecnologia, a partir, mesmo, dos governos locais ou de iniciativas regionais, não afetas diretamente à União. Assinale a alternativa que NÃO constitui uma estratégia no âmbito da ciência e tecnologia, passível de constituir um elemento de fortalecimento de economias locais ou regionais.
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Em um triângulo equilátero, a altura relativa ( h) a qualquer dos lados (L ) é perpendicular a esse lado em seu ponto médio. Determine a expressão da altura e assinale a alternativa correta.
Se não chove, então o cachorro late. Se chove, então o papagaio não fala. Entretanto, o papagaio está falando. Logo,
Mr. Law´s invention
Less than a year ago the judges on the reality programme Dragon´s Den rejected his invention. Now inventor Rob Law is having the last laugh after a product considered "worthless" on the BBC television programme for young entrepreneurs has proved a huge commercial hit. Mr. Law, 29, from Bath, spent 11 years – and 17,000 pounds of his own money – refining his design for a wheelie suitcase which doubles up as a child´s ride-on toy. The plastic Trunki case is designed to allow youngsters aged three to six to take their own bag on holiday – and sit on it when they are tired. But when Mr. Law appeared on Dragons´ Den last September, he was given a hard time by the famously unfriendly panel of investors. Businessman Theo Paphitis ridiculed the product after managing to pull off one of the straps. His colleague Deborah Meadon, head of a holiday firm, declared bluntly that there was no market for the case. And the notoriously brusque tele-communications tycoon Peter Jones declared: "I meet people like you all the time – you think you have something. I tell you, you don´t". The panel declined Mr. Law´s offer to give up 10 percent of his new company in return for a 100,000 pounds investment – an offer which valued the firm at 1 million. However, it now appears that the experts were wrong. After a succession of positive press reviews, Mr. Law has sold 85,000 of his trunki suitcases. It is marketed in 22 countries via a network of distributors. Retailing at 25 pounds, it has proved a hit at several high street stores. Mr Law said: "When I went on to the programme I was full of confidence that I was going to get the investment I needed. But they were rude and obnoxious and just focused on the strap, which was actually something that was easily fixed. I was terrified that by appearing on the programme I may have ruined my company before it even started. But afterwards we had loads of hits on the website from people who said they thought it was a brilliant idea. Now I am absolutely delighted to have proved the Dragons wrong. It just goes to show you should never give up. Mr. Law also revealed that during filming he managed to sell two of the suitcases to Australian panellist Richard Farleigh, who wanted to invest 100,000 pounds in return for half of the company. But Mr. Law rejected the deal. He declined to say exactly how much the company – which is 100% owned by him - is now worth, but said it was more than a million.
(Adapted from New English File Upper, Oxford, 1996)
Read the text above and choose the best alternative. The general and final verdict about Law´s invention was...
Assinale a alternativa INCORRETA sobre as diretrizes da política neoliberal implementada por tecnocratas das instituições financeiras internacionais e aplicada aos países da América do Sul na década de 90 do século XX.