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Civil War Author Axia College of University of Phoenix Civil War The year 1861 began the start of the Civil War which was led up to by many different events in the history of America which led to the separation of the nation. Slavery was a large reason for the start of the Civil War which many important leaders voiced their opinions pertaining to the abolishment of slavery such as President Washington, President Jefferson, President Madison, and President Monroe. These Presidents were Southern men and holders of slaves who realized that the situation of slavery needed change. The...

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North American Civilization HIS115 North American Civilization The controversy regarding the first settlers of America is still not solved. The discovery of America by Christopher Columbus and some other explorers gave a new hope and salvation to Europe. So many early native civilizations had inhabited the continent much before its discovery facing a wide range of environments . According to many historians, the first people to come to America were Asians in the pre historic glacier period at around 35,000 . Columbus, along with himself, brought a disaster for the then native...

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The Seven Year's War Paper HIS/115 A lot of causes came into being which led to the seven year war. Huge diverse cultural backgrounds and various viewpoints contributed to the influence of this war. It was all started during seventeenth century when the colonial rules were being intervened by a number of immigrant groups .Out of these groups, many were non-English who were either forced to leave or themselves decided to flee in order to escape from the tattered lifestyles, famines, warfare and religious perspectives. This resulted in increase in population and diversity. The...

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There were many factors which led to the European exploration of other lands. The Renaissance period increased people's curiosity about the world. They became interested in the idea of adventure and discovery which encouraged the exploration of other lands. European states were engaging in war and thus rulers required resources and precious stones like gold to pay for the wars. As such, exploration was undertaken to find these resources. In addition, exploration was undertaken so that they could colonized states and bring back slaves. It was a period when nation states were...

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Individual Assignment: Perfection Era Paper HIS 115 Many new changes was being spread by the colonial powers with their continuous movement in westward and southward direction in the early 18th century . This also popularized the ideas of knowledge and enlightenment which started questioning on long-held religious beliefs. Many new churches and communities were built along the Atlantic coast . The membership in the major protestant church increased to a great deal. As a result of the second Great Awakening the American clergymen supported the schools for preachers and initiated...

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CheckPoint:Great Britain and the Colonies HIS 115 There was a cartoon named "Paying the Excisemen" which portrayed that how a number of taxes were imposed by the British Empire on the colonies ruled by them. The cartoon tried to depict an act of protest and rival against these tyrannies. The image shows "Sons of Liberty" which are five patriots of a resistance group standing under the Liberty tree, from which a noose is hanging upon a limb in the background. The group of colonists portrayed in the image as lawless vigilantes who had met there in order to humiliate a loyalist, also known...

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CheckPoint:The Confederation Government Part 2 HIS 115 The need of a new governing system and a strong Central government was realized by the confederation government. It didn't take long for the nation to figure out the requirement of a strong government after the Shay's rebellion in the year 1786. It was necessary to put a full stop on all the rebellions and insurrections. A new convention was formed for a proper revision of the Articles of Confederation. The breakdown of economy required the introduction of a new currency and a powerful government which could control the...

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CheckPoint:The Confederation Government Table HIS 115 The Confederation Government Strengths Weaknesses They did not succeed in having a strong government to repress and interrupt with the state affairs Relied on the army Weak Central Government Couldn't establish a stationed army Required at least 9 states to concur on any decision being made. Could not tax. The need of a new governing system and a strong Central government was realized by the confederation government. It didn't take long for the nation to figure out the requirement of a strong government after the...

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European Societal Changes HIS 115 Week 1 CheckPoint The various continuous social changes in Europe created the needs for exploration of the other lands. For example, the development in technology, advancements in trading networks, and centralized government changing within the society of Europe led to its expansion within the American continent. Other changes such as fear of war, outbreak of diseases and uncertainty of what lay ahead also influenced these expansions. The outbreak of Black Death in Europe shattered the lives of people filling them with uncertainty and crisis....

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CheckPoint:The Bank War HIS 115 CheckPoint:The Bank War The bank war was basically a nasty fight between the Democrat President Andrew Jackson, and the President of the bank Nicholas Biddle. Somehow, congress as well got involved in this brawl. It was mainly because Congress and Biddle wanted the bank to keep running to which Jackson did not agreed and vetoed the decision. Later, perspective of congress, that the bank was good for the economy of the country also changed. The National Bank stored all the money of the people belonging to various categories including the Federal...

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Predestination is a religious concept, which involves the relationship between God and his creation. The religious character of predestination distinguishes it from other ideas about determinism and free will. Those who believe in predestination believe that before the creation God determined the fate of the universe throughout all of time and space. Predestination may be described under two types, with the basis for each found within their definition of free will. Between these poles, there is a complex variety of systematic differences, particularly difficult to describe because the...

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The "Paying the Exciseman" image is portraying a royal taxman who has been tarred and feathered having tea poured down his throat by a group of Boston colonists. The attackers, Boston colonists, appear to be portrayed as enjoying themselves and the humiliation they are causing to the royal taxman. The royal taxman appears to be extremely humiliated by what is happening and trying to get away. The ships are representations of the Boston Tea Party while the Liberty Tree represents hanging of tax collectors and the dislike of the Stamp Act. The "Paying the Exciseman" image was taken during an...

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The Bank war assumed significant proportions in 1832, when the then president Andrew Jackson vetoed the renewal of "Second Bank of United States" charter. He was of the view that the bank constituted a monopoly as it was a private institution governed by board of directors. He disliked the overwhelming influence of the Bank's president in the national financial affairs. The common citizen too did not trust the paper currency as the bank controlled credits & loans. It is seen as a greedy, monopolistic institution influenced by the rich. The bank's charter renewal bill presented to the...

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Appendix D Two-Party Politics Part 1: Matrix Complete the matrix by describing the beliefs and ideals of each of the parties. Generate a list of at least 10 of President Jeffersons decisions and actions. Decide which partys ideals are most aligned with the decision or action and provide an explanation of why the decision or action aligns with that party. Decisions and Actions Democratic-Republican Partys Beliefs and Ideals Federalist Partys Beliefs and Ideals The size of the government was reduced The decision was supported by Democratic and Republican as they wanted a smaller...

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**HIS 115 Appendix D Two-Party Politics** Two-Party Politics **Part 1: Matrix** Complete the matrix by describing the beliefs and ideals of each of the parties. Generate a list of at least 10 of President Jefferson's decisions and actions. Decide which party's ideals are most aligned with the decision or action and provide an explanation of why the decision or action aligns with that party. Points Earned 5/5=100% A Overall Comments: You did a wonderful job outlining the beliefs and ideals of the Federalists and the Democratic-Republican parties. Your essay was a well...

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His 115 Fort Sumter INCLUDES SPEAKER NOTES AND POWERPOINT SLIDES Fort Sumter is an island that was utilized as a military compound off of the cost of South Carolina. In 1861, South Carolina succeeded from the Union to the Confederacy and since the fort belonged to South Carolina it technically became part of the Confederacy. The problem is the fort was currently occupied by the Union Army. The conflict and debates about slavery were at an all time high between the north and the South. Come March of 1861 the soldiers occupying the fort were running low on supplies and only had...

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Question 1 A youth who commits armed robbery falls most directly under which definition of delinquent? A youth who commits armed robbery falls most directly under which definition of delinquent? criminal law status offense criminological any two of the above Question 2 A youth who frequently skips school falls most directly under which definition of delinquent? A youth who frequently skips school falls most directly under which definition of delinquent? criminal law status offense criminological any two of the above Question 3 One mechanism for...

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CJ 115 Quiz 5 **I received an A in this course" Question 1 Which stage in juvenile court corresponds to the bail hearing in adult court? detention hearing intake adjudication disposition Question 2 Which stage in juvenile court corresponds to sentencing in adult court? detention hearing intake adjudication disposition Question 3 According to the text, when police take a youth into custody, the most likely outcome is: release referral to juvenile court referral to adult court none of the above Question 4 According to the...

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CJ 115 Quiz 3 Question 1 Which of the following is not included in all definitions of gangs? a group phenomenon participation in delinquent activity common symbols (e.g., colors) violence Question 2 In statutory definitions of gang, the only true common feature is: criminal activity number of participants leadership none of the above are common Question 3 The group hazard hypothesis holds that: certain groups (for example, inner-city males) are more likely to commit delinquent acts than other groups delinquency committed in groups has a...

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Weddings Exploratory Essay Wedding Traditions ENG 115, Section 10 There are many wedding traditions throughout history for many types of religions and reasons, but no matter what religious belief you may have, the concept of uniting together in marriage is universal. However, the way in which the ceremony is performed may be different. If you are the bride and groom, you will want to be educated with the basic traditions, or customs of your religion. If you are a guest, you will want to be educated just as efficiently as the bride and groom, so you will be able to appreciate the...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**ENG 115 Week 2 Assignment 1: Summary and Personal Response** Select one essay in The brief McGraw-Hill guide: Writing for college, writing for life: (2nd ed.) to summarize for this assignment. Choose from the following essays: “Se habla Espanol” by Barrientos; “Facing poverty with a rich girl’s habits” by Kim; “On becoming a writer” by Baker; “Farm girl” by Hemauer. Write a one and one-half to two (1½ - 2) page summary paper in which you: 1. Identify the source (writer and title of essay) and state his or her most important point in your...

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Erin Potts Professor Davenport HSM 115 January 17, 2013 The Oklahoma City Bombing: On the morning of April 19, 1995, an ex-Army soldier and security guard named Timothy McVeigh parked a rented Ryder truck in front of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City. He was about to commit mass murder. Inside the vehicle was a powerful bomb made out of a deadly cocktail of agricultural fertilizer, diesel fuel, and other chemicals. McVeigh got out, locked the door, and headed towards his getaway car. He ignited one timed fuse, then another. At precisely 9:02 a.m., the bomb...

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This paper will explore the early North American civilization. The major points that will be covered migration and lifestyles of early North Americans as well as different elements contained on the PSI Source: Gutirrez Map, which during the time of its creation was considered to be "Spain's vision of the Atlantic world" according to (McGraw-Hill 2006). North America or Bust! Even before the arrival of the more commonly known French, English and Spanish immigrants to North America there were Asian immigrants and of course Africans who were brought to North America by force rather...

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Axia College Material Appendix B Compare and Contrast Part One: Matrix Complete the following matrix by adding brief points on the political, social, and economic differences and similarities of the North and the South. Early Northern and Southern Colonies North South Differences Political The Northern Colonies were seeking freedom of religion and wanted to escape from being persecuted due to their religious beliefs. The Southern Colonies were solely interested in making money which was largely possible due to their political belief in...

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Around the time that the American South was starting to develop, England was going through the Industrial Revolution, where they were utilizing massive amounts of cotton. Rather than growing tobacco, which was the South's original cash crop, farmers thought that it would be more beneficial to produce cotton. The strategy turned out to be strategic because cotton became the new cash crop. The only problem with cotton was the amount of time it would take to ready the cotton after harvest. With the invention of the cotton gin, the amount of time to remove the usable cotton from the seed was...

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Running Head: Seven Years' War Seven Years' War Author Axia College of University of Phoenix Seven Years' War So begins another day living through this war. Life has been extremely chaotic. There is not time to mingle with others or simply enjoy life. Every family is struggling to make it through to the next day. It is depressing to walk down the street and see the families that have money, enjoying themselves while people like I struggle. We are glared down upon as if we are nothing. There is a large diversity here. Individuals have come from many different countries to...

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Axia College Material Appendix C The Confederation Government Part One: Table Fill in the following table with bullet points indicating the strengths and weaknesses of the Confederation government. The Confederation Government Strengths Weaknesses Articles of confederation allowed negotiation of peace treaties. This empowered the federal government to negotiate a peace treaty and end war with Britain. It allowed the country to settle Indian disputes They held the government together for 8 years. The powers vested with congress ensured that distribution of lands...

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The British failed to understand that they were fighting not just the Colonial Army, but that they were also fighting many of the people in the towns where they had won military battles. The British forces treated many of the people of the colonies, even those who supported them, terribly. They took their food, their furniture, and their homes, turning many against them. Further, the British failed to undertand that they were using traditional military skills when the Colonial Army was using many "guerilla" type warfare and, further, the Colonial Army knew the land far better than the...

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The return of British forces in the battle of Long islands, the siege of New York city gave rise to a fear of foreign invasion after US declaration of independence and a possible domestic revolt in the form of organized opposition, a need for a better control on defense and taxation have led to the establishment of federal government and ratification of federal constitution. If the colonies did not unite there would not have been a central authority that ensured a political stability and social justice in all colonies. All colonies would have tried to establish their own defenses leading...

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The War of 1812 was a war between the Americans and the British that began over a series of problems including trade restrictions imposed by British, British support of American Indians, and the forced recruitment of Americans into the Royal Navy. To understand the impact that the War of 1812 had on American's is to go back to the Revolutionary War that was fought less than four decades earlier between the US and Britain. Americans essentially saw this war as the second war of independence, which increased American nationalism and patriotism. The end of the war began the era of "good...

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The New Market Economy, or the globalization of economic development, concentrates on economic rather than political systems. Instead of focusing on capitalistic versus communistic versus socialistic economies, the NME trusts that individual nations all have resources to utilize for the betterment of their own system. Because each individual nation has differing resources, the NME will act as its own gauge in providing the kinds of products and services necessary for the improvement of society, and therefore, the global system as a whole. There are several positives and negatives for...

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A political culture may be seen as people's orientation to politics, their perception on political legitimacy and practices and a collective opinion on the desired political society in general. In a pluralistic society like US, where people of different races, different economic & social groups co-exist together, democracy proved to be the ideal platform. It decentralized the authority in the form of executive, legislature and judiciary. The political setup ensured that all walks of people stood an equal chance to social justice in a society that has been intended to be egalitarian in...

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Perfection Era Author Axia College of University of Phoenix Perfection Era Colonists migrated to the west and to the south during the eighteenth century. The large expansion led to many of the settlers living far from their Churches and congregations. Along the Atlantic new Churches and religious communities were beginning to be built. The long believed religious truths were now being questioned due to the Enlightenment (Heyrman, n.d.). As a result of the religious truths being questioned many of the American clergymen opened religious schools for preachers and revived the...

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Initially the image suggests that the plantation owner was kind. Because this appears to be a group of related members of an extensive slave family it indicates the owner kept families together. There are both strong grandparent and paternal figures with the children and all appear to be well dressed also supporting that the owner was kind. However, the supposed "kindness" of the owner is called into question by the very image itself. That a plantation owner would permit this family to be photographed suggests that he was planning to sell members of this family. One wonders whether...

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Axia College Material Appendix D The Civil War Part One: Union and Confederate Home Fronts Fill in the following matrix with the experiences on the Union home front and the Confederate home front. Include at least two experiences that illustrate the differences between the two home fronts and two experiences that illustrate the similarities on the two home fronts. Civil War Home Fronts Union Home Front Confederate Home Front Differences Profits mainly from Industrial work Most work in factories Industrial factories that produce steel Made their own...

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What factors led to Western expansion? Specifically, your answer should consider the notion of 'Manifest Destiny'? What is it? How did it impact the behavior and politics of U.S. citizens? How has the notion of Manifest Destiny shaped the world today? Apart from British, many civilizations and cultures including the French, Spanish, Russian and the Chinese have landed on the shores of North America and tried to establish their influence on Native Americans. Their motives included finding great wealth quickly through trading the native colonies' resources. Mining gold, acquiring cheap...

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What social, political, and economic changes pulled the North and the South further apart? What was the final determining factor that led to Southern secession? What social and economical changes discussed in previous chapters fueled sectional conflict? There were many different reasons why the North and the South were pulled apart. A social reason for the split was due to the North having better educations and more schools. The industrialization of the North provided more opportunities for education. Politically, the Republicans, the abolitionists, had Americans that were not similar to...

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DQ 1 Week-6 day 2 Q: What were the negatives of the new market economy? What were the positives of the new market economy? How did the creation of a single market economy shape American values and the economy of today? The globalization of the new economic system was mainly based on economic values rather than the political ones. The NME trusted that all the individual nations has their own resources which they can utilize wisely and judiciously instead of focusing on capitalistic versus communistic versus socialistic economies. NME knew that each of these states had their own kind...

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Appendix B Compare and Contrast Part One: Matrix Complete the following matrix by adding brief points on the political, social, and economic differences and similarities of the North and the South. Early Northern and Southern Colonies North South Differences Political The north wanted to stop being persecuted and escaped to have freedom of religious. The south started by earning profits from tobacco and eventually shifted to slavery. Social Slavery was mainly used for inside maintenance. Even though times were tough this was still considered a luxury as...

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Class Structure and Slave Culture In the image there appears to be a dwelling crammed full with five generations of slaves. The slave culture appeared to be strongly united in that they share social values as well as personal values. Half the slaves represented in the image were almost certainly considered house slaves and the other half worked in the field. In order for the plantation owners to keep close tabs on their slaves, much like the slaves in the image was in all probability part of what was referred to as a gang system. More than likely these slaves relied a great deal on their...

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A+ Solution In a four page essay focused on Taylor's William Cooper's Town, respond the the following assertion: "William Cooper owed both his successes and his failures to the American Revolution He was able to rise in the world because of the possibilities created by the Revolution, and he eventually fell because he misjudged those same possibilities." The book is Alan Taylor's William Cooper's Town.

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Biol 1120 Cardiovascular Case Study A 56, 210 lb., 64-year-old male business executive had a physical exam prior to his retirement from corporate work. His blood pressure was 180/115 on three separate days. Further examination showed normal to low plasma renin activity, elevated total peripheral resistance (TPR), cardiac output (CO) of 7.2 L/min, x-ray evidence of left ventricular hypertrophy, retinal hemorrhages, and mild polyuria. Recommended therapy was weight reduction to his ideal level, a low-salt diet (2 gm/day sodium), prudent exercise, and a reduction in alcohol consumption (3 oz...

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A+Solution Office of Student Conduct Academic Integrity Seminar Academic Honesty Research Project Pick one of the three options below! Option One: Academic Honesty in Society Write a research-based paper according to the topic below. The paper should be comprehensive, thoughtful, and clear. Your paper must be typed, double-spaced, with a 12 point Times New Roman font, 1-inch margins, at least 6 complete pages in length (not including title and reference pages), and include at least 4 sources beyond the classroom discussions, with two being from a source other than a static...

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Lincoln and Slavery HIS/115 8/25/12 Doug JANKOWSKI Lincoln had always opposed to slavery, even before he was elected president. He would often express his moral opposition to slavery in both private and public. One of Lincoln intentions was to bring extinction to slavery by stopping expansion into any U.S. territory. He would not allow slavery to expand into the western state, which made him have enemies of the South. Because of the fact he had made his opinion about slavery clear before running for president and enemies with the...

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Feminism HIS/115 8/15/12 Doug JANKOWSKI Women of both white and black had started to fight for there basic freedoms and rights for women in the 19th century. The Congregational minister had put down the Grimke sister known as Angelina and Sarah for their brave activism, when circulation a letter around that had laid out what the duties of women should be. After this letter had circle around it had really made women turn their attention to how they were being treated. (Retrieved from womenrights. On August 17, 2012) I truly...

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Western Experience HIS/115 8/22/12 Doug JANKOWSKI Today is February 19 1836, we had some interesting and well-known men show up today by the names of William Travis and Jim Bowie. I think that David Crockett might be here as well. We are located at a mission, the last I heard the Mexican army was heading our way. I have been out all day and night watching the perimeter. (Retrieved from August 17, 2012) The Mexican army is heading our way because they want to try to take the land and mission from us. We are all going to...

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HIS/115 Quiz #3 v.1 User 9040302855 First Name ANNA Last Name VAN NORTON Confirmation # 21802920 Score Total Questions: 16 Total Correct 7 Start: 9/9/2012 9:09:26 PM End: 9/9/2012 9:35:07 PM Here is some additional information on items you missed:

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Western Experience HIS/115 8/22/12 Doug JANKOWSKI Life for me on the Oregon Trail was adventurous for me and the hardest part of it all was having to say good-bye to my family. I had married at 15 so leaving my mother knowing that I may never see her again was extremely painful for me. I had no choice in going west for my husband was going so that meant that I would follow him. I knew that while on the trail I would be rather lonely but it was my job as a wife to follow my husband and stand beside him wherever he went. So we...

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Chapter 03 Doing Business in Global Markets 1. Today, over 90% of the companies doing business globally believe it is important for their employees to have experience working in other countries. True False 2. Importing is the selling of products to another country. True False 3. Exporting is the selling of products to another country. True False 4. The United States imports more products and services than any nation in the world. True False 5. The United States is the largest exporter in the world. True False 6. While the U.S. is a large exporter, Germany...

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A+ TUTORIAL FOR HCS 510 Case study 1 with references! Use this paper as a reference to help you get a great grade! 1.)Charlotte is a 53 yr old Caucasian female. She is 53 and 205#. Meds: Lisinopril/HCTZ 20/12.5 1 po QD, Simvastatin 40mg 1 po QHS. Labs: FBS past 2 yrs 105-115, 2H OGTT results: FBS 123, 2H 195. Lipids: TC 180, trigs 200, HDL 35, LDL 125 VLDL Using your knowledge of the inter-relationship of obesity, metabolic syndrome and T2DM, interpret and explain these concepts using the above .diagnoses does Charlotte have (at least 5)? 2.)Charlotte is not very...

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RES 342 Final Exam An independent consumer testing lab preformed a statistical test on 25 type-C alkaline batteries and calculated the mean life for a particular use before they failed was 22.5 hours. The distribution of the lives approximated a normal distribution. The standard deviation of the distribution was 1.1 hours. Information on the package states that the batteries should last 24 hours. The test question was if this difference between the test statistics and the stated life of the battery was significant? The .05 significant level was selected for the test. Which is the correct...

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Q8 1.  The company that makes JiffyPopper popcorn claims that the average number of calories in a serving of their popcorn is 70 with a standard deviation of 6 calories. A sample of 50 servings of popcorn showed an average of 72 calories. Check the company's claim at ? = 0.05.   2.  A manufacturer of light bulbs claims that their light bulbs have a mean life of 1150 or more hours with a standard deviation of 80 hours. A random testing of 144 light bulbs had a mean life of 1125 hours. Check the manufacturer's claim. Use a 5% level of significance.   3.  A manufacturer claims that...

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Q8 1\. The company that makes JiffyPopper popcorn claims that the average number of calories in a serving of their popcorn is 70 with a standard deviation of 6 calories. A sample of 50 servings of popcorn showed an average of 72 calories. Check the company's claim at α = 0.05. 2\. A manufacturer of light bulbs claims that their light bulbs have a mean life of 1150 or more hours with a standard deviation of 80 hours. A random testing of 144 light bulbs had a mean life of 1125 hours. Check the manufacturer's claim. Use a 5% level of significance. 3\. A manufacturer claims that...

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_A+ Grade Solutions_ ####**FINA 310 IP 5 Management of Working Capital and Cash Flow - Cyrus Brown Manufacturing** To avoid any uncertainty regarding his business' financing needs at the time when such needs may arise, Cyrus Brown wants to develop a cash budget for his latest venture: Cyrus Brown Manufacturing (CBM). He has estimated the following sales forecast for CBM over the next 9 months: March $100,000 April $275,000 May $320,000 June $450,000 July $700,000 August $700,000 September $825,000 October $500,000 November $115,000 He has also...

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Financing and Excel Please read the relevant parts of your textbook, which refer to cash flow and financial planning. To avoid any uncertainty regarding his business' financing needs at the time when such needs may arise, Cyrus Brown wants to develop a cash budget for his latest venture: Cyrus Brown Manufacturing (CBM). He has estimated the following sales forecast for CBM over the next 9 months: March 100,000 April 275,000 May 320,000 June 450,000 July 700,000 August 700,000 September 825,000 October 500,000 November 115,000 He has also gathered the following collection estimates...

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Psychology Assignment 1. Read the article And now, the hard part by Lauren Pickler. According to the 2003 study on couples, how far did the rate of marital satisfaction drop after the birth of the first baby? How does the new baby change the couples individual roles? What types of couples are most likely to remain happy according to Gottman? 2. Read over the section the Human Genome project on pgs. 45-46. Describe two things you have learned about this project. The APOE4 gene was also identified during this research project. This gene has been linked to Alzheimers disease. If you could...

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