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Does The U.S. Postal Service Have A Size Requirement For The Smallest A Letter Can Be To Mail It?From Etiquette Forum:
Does the U.S. Postal Service have a size requirement for the smallest a letter can be to mail it? I am planning on sending funny valentines to my friends via USPS. My valentines are are about 2 inches x 4 inches in size. Can I mail these out in their little given envelopes or does the U.S. Postal Service only accept letter mail between a certain size requirement? If you can, I would like to have a link supporting the source of your info, as I do want my letters to be delivered to their destination. Thanks!
Answer: That will be too small.
How Long Does It Take For A Flat Rate Box To Be Sent From One Place To Another (U.S. Postal Service)?From Trivia Forum:
How long does it take for a flat rate box to be sent from one place to another (U.S. Postal service)? I'm sending a box of cookies to my boyfriend and was just wondering how long it will take for him to get them if I send them priority mail, flat-rate boxes through the U.S. Postal Service. They would be leaving from North Alabama and going to North Florida. Thanks!
Answer: They might not even get there, the post man may smell them and eat them. Just kidding around 2-3 days
How Many Days Can A Package Be Delivered For U.S. Postal Service ST Class?From Other - Local Businesses Forum:
How many days can a package be delivered for U.S. Postal Service ST class? I purchased something from on line and the shipping is U.S. Postal Service ST class? So how many days after I purchase will it be at my shipping address?
Answer: Depends on how many states away from you the package is being shipped. Generally, you will get it the next day if it is mailed from the same state. It'll take 2-5 days from somewhere else.
How Many Facts Are Listed In The Below Paragraph?From Words & Wordplay Forum:
How many facts are listed in the below paragraph? It takes more calories to eat a piece of celery than the celery has in it to begin with. Nutritionally, the fuel value of herring is more than that of a flank steak. The U.S. Postal Service assures its customers that no more than one tenth of a calorie's worth of glue is on each stamp. The average person ingests about a ton of food and drink a year. Does the paragraph above contain ONLY facts? Does the paragraph above contain a topic sentence?
Answer: Fact (whether it's true or false doesn't matter) * It takes more calories to eat a piece of celery than the celery has in it to begin with. (This is a fact because it is measurable) * Nutritionally, the fuel value of herring is more than that of a flank steak. (This is a fact because it is measurable, however, it is a bit fuzzy because it doesn't say whether it is per gram or per serving, etc, nevertheless, it is a fact.) * The U.S. Postal Service assures its customers that no more than one tenth of a calorie's worth of glue is on each stamp. This is a fact because you can check whether or not the Postal Service says this. NOTE: the fact is what the Postal Service says! This one is debatable "The average person ingests about a ton of food and drink a year." If that is taken from a research survey that has measured food intakes of people and the researchers are saying this, then it is a fact. If your neighbour up the street is saying this as a means of giving their opinion that people eat too much (or too little) - then it is not a fact. In this case, you need to check the source of the statement. "A topic sentence has several important functions: it substantiates or supports an essay’s thesis statement; it unifies the content of a paragraph and directs the order of the sentences; and it advises the reader of the subject to be discussed and how the paragraph will discuss it." On this basis, I think the paragraph is a collection of sentences, not really a true paragraph, although, you could argue that it covers the same rough area - that of nutrition and calories, if so, then the last sentence might, by a stretch of the imagination, be called a topic sentence.
What Has Happened To The Price Elasticity Of Demand For First-Class Mail In Recent Years?From Other - Business & Finance Forum:
What has happened to the price elasticity of demand for first-class mail in recent years? Can the U.S. Postal Service be considered a monopoly in first-class mail? Why or why not? What has happened to the price elasticity of demand for first-class mail in recent years? Briefly discuss.
Answer: The U.S.P.S. first-class mail IS a monopoly, because Congress has so decreed by law. Part of the reason to give them that monopoly is because it has to deliver the mail to the most remote regions of the country and do so at a uniform price. If there were any competition, commercial companies would skim off the most lucrative and high traffic routes only and leave the P.O. with the crap. Prices of first-class postage has only gone up since its inception, but it actually is still a remarkably good bargain, as compared to other countries. Also, its reliability is very high and rated as one of the best in the world. A postal commission was established about 10 years ago and it determines the price the post office can charge for its services. Interestingly, the last request by the P.O. for a rate increase was denied.
What Is The Best Day To Mail Advertising Materials With The Post Office?From Other - Business & Finance Forum:
What is the best day to mail advertising materials with the post office? We are going to be sending out postcards with the U.S. Postal Service to try and generate new customers. Does anyone know which day of the week is the best day to send advertising pieces, or on which day the Postal Service delivers the fewest pieces of mail?
Answer: I would suggest Tuesday or Wednesday. Tuesday is traditionally the lightest day, of which some magazine mailers are now taking advantage. Monday is a terrible day if the route has any businesses as all the mail for the businesses closed Saturday has to go on Monday. Thursday is very hard to predict and you may want to talk to your local USPS reps. to estimate the value. Friday and Saturday are a problem unless you're going to have your fl yer ride along in the Adv co's full coverage fl yer or one of the other local flayers.
What Dimensions Will Give A Box With A Square End The Largest Volume?From Mathematics Forum:
What dimensions will give a box with a square end the largest volume? Please show equation used and steps. Also show function of the 108 in box The U.S. Postal Service Will accept a box for domestic shipment only if the sum of its length and girth (distance around) does not exceed 108 in. What dimensions will give a box with a square end the largest volume?
Answer: x^3 = 108 cubic inches x = 4.7622031559046 inches
What Dimensions Will Give A Box With A Square End The Largest Possible Volume?From Mathematics Forum:
What dimensions will give a box with a square end the largest possible volume? The U.S Postal service will accept a box for domestic shipment only if the sum of its length and girth (distance around), as shown in the figure, does not exceed 108 in. I need the steps worked out and the answer please!!!
Answer: Let the side of the square end be W and the length be L Girth = 4 * W, so L = 108 - 4 * W Volume = W^2 (108 - 4 W) = 108 W^2 - 4 W^3 Derivative is 216 W - 12 W^2 Set that to 0: W ( 216 - 12 W) = 0 don't want W = 0 216 = 12 W, W = 18 108 - 4 * W = 36 = Length So you have 18 x 18 x 36 = 11664 cu in If you make the end larger: 20 x 20 x 28 = 11200 volume is reduced If you make the end smaller: 16 x 16 x 44 = 11264 volume is reduced If the square is 21.6, then the package is a cube with volume: 10078 cu in. If the square gets bigger than that, one of its sides becomes the length (since that is now the longest dimension). Then you have a different formula. Total linear size is now 2 L + 3 W L = (108 - 3 W) / 2 Volume = W^2 (108 - 3 W) / 2 = 54 W^2 - 3/2 W^3 Derivative is now 108 W - 9/2 W^2 Setting that to 0 we have 216 W - 9 W^2 = 0 And W = 24 1/3 24 1/3 * 24 1/3 * 10 2/3 = 6 316, about half the size of the other one.
What Happens When You Find A Wallet And Drop It Into The Nearest Post Office Box?From Other - Society & Culture Forum:
What happens when you find a wallet and drop it into the nearest post office box? I have always heard of people finding wallets and dropping it into any available USPS box with the expectation that the U.S. Postal Service will dutifully send it to it's rightful owner. Does anyone know if this happens to be the case?
Answer: If there is any type of identification in the wallet, the USPS will attempt to return the wallet to the owner. The owner will have to pay a "nominal" (usually less than $2) fee in order to receive it. But its much less than the cost to replace a driver's license.
Is There Any Way To Stop Getting Advertisements And Other Junk In My Mail?From Other - Home & Garden Forum:
Is there any way to stop getting advertisements and other junk in my mail? I don't mean the junk mail that comes addressed directly to me, I mean the advertisements and coupons and other crap that isn't addressed to anyone but that the U.S. postal service crams into my mailbox about four or five days a week. I get more junk on a daily basis than I did in a week of mail when I lived other places.
Answer: contact your local post office and asked to be removed from the "junk mail" list. I used to work for a company that sent mailings out to "residents/p.o. holders". It's not the companies that addresses these mailings to you, it is the post office that sends them out when the companies request it.
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