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#####_A+ Grade Work_ ####**IT 201: SNHU Consulting Case Report** Overview The second case report for this course is to determine the software requirements for a company. In this assignment, you are to read the given scenario. Then, you are to analyze the scenario, write a list of questions for the company, and provide recommendations in a case report. Your list of questions is due in Module Six, and your case report is due in Module Seven. Scenario Suppose you have been hired by SNHU Consulting, a leader in information technology. Widget Wonders is a worldwide leader in widgets. They...

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IT 201: SNHU Consulting Case Report Overview The second case report for this course is to determine the software requirements for a company. In this assignment, you are to read the given scenario. Then, you are to analyze the scenario, write a list of questions for the company, and provide recommendations in a case report. Your list of questions is due in Module Six, and your case report is due in Module Seven. Scenario Suppose you have been hired by SNHU Consulting, a leader in information technology. Widget Wonders is a worldwide leader in widgets. They are building a state-of-the-art...

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Categorize each of the following activities as to which management responsibility it fulfills: planning, directing, or controlling. Some activities may fulfill more than one responsibility. (Leave unused cells blank.) a. Management conducts variance analysis by comparing budget to actual. **Responsibility: Controlling** b. Management uses information on product costs to determine sales prices. **Responsibility: Directing** c. Management decides to increase sales growth by 10% next year. **Responsibility: Planning** d. To lower product costs, management moves production to...

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"Motivation" Theresa M. Odom BUS 201 Amirah Morris September 16, 2013 Motivation "Motivation may be defined as psychological forces that determine the direction of a person's behavior in an organization, a person's level of effort, and a person's level of persistence in the face of obstacles" (Jones, 2011). There are many theories in ways for management to best motivate their employees to succeed. Employees have different needs/desires and a manager needs to figure out what will work best for the employees and type of business they are working in. Motivation from management...

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"Management" Theresa M. Odom BUS 201 Amirah Morris September 30, 2013 Management A manager's role in a typical organization "is the planning, organizing, leading, and controlling of human and other resources to achieve organizational goal efficiently and effectively" (Jones, 2011). Managers are now like an intermediary between their employees and upper management. It is in their best interest to relay the needs and goals to either side and make sure everything is running as smoothly as possible with the resources available. "Much of management is about making decisions? Top...

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A+Solutions Discussion 1: Web Application Attacks Visit the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) Web site to research Web application attacks (:Attack) Choose one specific type of Web application attack, e.g. brute force, command execution, csrf, file inclusion, SQL Injection (blind), upload, and XSS stored. Research the attack using information from OWASP and *other* resources (e.g. textbooks, articles, and other Web sites) Write a plain English summary of what is attacked and how the attack works (write a description of it). Is your selected attack an attack against...

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Excel Project A+ Grade Solution Assume ABC Company has asked you to not only prepare their 2013 year-end Balance Sheet but to also provide pro-forma financial statements for the first quarter of 2014 (that is, January - March 2014). They also want you to evaluate 3 projects they are considering. Their information is as follows: End of the year information: Account12/31/13 Ending Balance Cash160,000 Accounts Receivable126,000 Inventory75,200 Equipment745,000 Accumulated Depreciation292,460 Accounts Payable36,900 Short-term Notes Payable18,300 Long-term Notes...

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GAAP & Ethics Shantae Lovett ACC 201 LaKeitha Givens December 16, 2012 Mr. Blowhard's scheme affects the amount of income because it will reduce current period expenditures by capitalizing current cost over a long period of time. The scheme that Mr. Blowhard is pulling is very unlawful, because it violates his principals in his balance sheets. To report useful financial information on a timely basis, accountants must make estimates of future results, such as salvage value and useful life of depreciable assets and uncollectible accounts expense (Edmonds, olds & McNair, 2012)....

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FASB Paper Shantae Lovett ACC 201 LaKeitha Givens December 10, 2012 The FASB got its start back in 1973 and since then they have been following out their mission. "The mission of the FASB is to establish and improve standards of financial accounting and reporting that foster financial reporting by nongovernmental entities that provides decision-useful information to investors and other users of financial reports (FASB, 2012)." They follow this mission through a comprehensive and independent process that encourages participation. During this process it considers all stakeholders...

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Motivation Your name BUS 201 Principles of Management Instructor' name: Mark Young Date Submitted: Motivation A huge mistake people make when in a managerial position is failing to be able to help employees find motivation to complete a job which was asked to be done. Its one thing to ask someone to go do something yet it's another to encourage the employees to do so. The expectancy theory is "The theory that motivation will be high when workers believe that high levels of effort lead to high performance and high performance leads to the attainment of desired outcomes."...

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Civil Liberties, Habeas Corpus, and the War on Terror Name POL 201American National Government Instructor date Civil Liberties, Habeas Corpus, and the War on Terror Throughout history, the motivation of man's self interest has concluded in the domination of those with little or no power in the absence of the rule of law. The war on terror presents an unpredictable challenge for the United States whereas terrorists are apprehended and deprived of due process. The right of Habeas corpus overrules man's interpretation, in which allows those accused federal and state court...

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MKTG610 - Marketing Strategies Syllabus - Class Content - Faculty Policies Winter 1 - 2014 Session Course Begins: 01/06/2014 Last Day of Activity is: 02/21/2014 Welcome Welcome to Marketing Strategies. Please take time to go over all the material in the syllabus, as well as the ancillary materials in this section of the class, as well as the Weekly Assignments section. It would be a good idea to pay special attention to the grading rubrics and the case study expectations. Required Text 978-1-285-07304-0 Marketing Strategy Ferrell, O. C. 6TH 14 / South-Western Publishing...

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On Feb 13, 2016 Antonin Scalia, one of the 9 sitting members of the Supreme Court, died unexpectedly. Justice Scalia was generally considered to be one of the most politically conservative members of the court. According to article 2, section 2, clause 2 of the U.S. Constitution, it is the job of the President to appoint a new Justice to the Court with the advice and consent of the Senate. Within hours of Scalias death, the Senate majority leader (Mitch McConnell) said that President Obama should not attempt to appoint a new Justice to the court and that whoever becomes president in...

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PSY 201 Sarahs Choice Sarah's Choice PSY/201 Sarah's Choice This is the story of Sarah. Sarah is a girl who doesn't get out much. Her parents are strict by giving her a curfew and she has an attitude about them being that way. She thinks that as a sophomore, she should have the right to spend more time out with friends. She has never really thought that she had freedom and this gives her an attitude about how her parents are and this contributes to her wanting to be free. According to Simona Rich, negative attitudes are wrong beliefs about life or certain aspects of it (Rich,...

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Constitution and the Judicial System Name CRJ 201: Introduction to Criminal Justice Instructor: Robert Spinks April 1, 2013 Constitution and the Judicial System The criminal justice system consists of three branches, and each branch is has duties in which they have to fulfill. These branches consist of the Judicial Branch, Executive and legislative Branch. The Judicial Branch is different than the other two branches, and this paper will explain exactly what the Judicial Branch is all about. The judiciary system is considered to be the court systems within the...

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ACC 201 Week 4 Memo to Mr. Baku & Mr. Hanson (800 Words, References) To: Mr. Baku & Mr. Hanson From: Re: Partnership vs. Corporation Date: March 3, 2013 Mr., Baku and Mr. Hanson, This letter is to inform you of the organization forms you are considering for your new business. You have already concluded that the organizational forms you are considering for your business will be making it a partnership or corporation business. Either of these forms would work for you company.

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Team Building: In Business Capstone Jazmin Filer Rasmussen College Author Note This project paper is being submitted on August 10, 2014, for Ryan Averbeck's B280/GEB2930 Section 01 Business Capstone Course. When running a child care business, it is very crucial to make essential decisions since the business is a critical business given that it deals with small kids who require special attention and treatment. There are situations that call for a group decision to be involved. For instance, if the decision to be made is critical, it requires several people to consolidate...

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ACC 291 Week 2. Brief Exercise 9-11. Do it Review 9-5. Exercise 9-7. Exercise 9-8. BYP 9-1. BYP 9-2. Problem 9-2A. Problem 8-3A. With Answers. Brief Exercise 9-11 Do it Review 9-5 Exercise 9-7 Exercise 9-8 Top of Form Exercise 9-8 Here are selected 2014 transactions of Cleland Corporation. Jan. 1 Retired a piece of machinery that was purchased on January 1, 2004. The machine cost 61,160and had a useful life of10years with no salvage value. June 30 Sold a computer that was purchased on January 1, 2012. The computer cost 35,400and had a useful life of4years with no...

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Chapter 1 and 2 practice exercise Shantae Lovett ACC: 201 Instructor: LaKeitha Givens December 3, 2012 Exercise 1-2: Assume that Kennedy Company acquires 1,600 cash from creditors and 1,800 cash from investors. Required a. Explain the primary differences between investors and creditors. Answer: a) The primary difference between creditors and investors is a creditor you must pay back the money borrowed and most of the time there is interest. An investor is someone that is investing in the company and normally has stock from doing so. If the company does not make it and...

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Dietary Supplement and Herb Chart Team B SCI/201 Dietary Supplement and Herb Chart University of Phoenix Material Dietary Supplement and Herb Chart Complete the following table using information from sources other than your text. Name of Herb Therapeutic Use Scientific Studies That Show Efficacy for Any of the Therapeutic Uses Cautions and Warnings or Side Effects Glucosamine Glucosamine is a natural compound, it is found in healthy cartilage. This compound is used in treatment of osteoarthritis, mostly used in the knee joints. The glucosamine sulfate...

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Social Development Research PSY 201 Social Development Research I feel there are many issues we can address when it comes to social development in adulthood. I have personally have came across most of the issues I will be discussing about some good issues but some or bad issues. One big issue I will be talking about is about child development perspectives. I think that this article journal is such a good article to choose from for me is because I am very close with my siblings but researchers show it is harder for most siblings to stay in touch around the ages of 20s. "It...

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Acct 483 Paper 1 RESEARCH PAPER ACCOUNTING 483 - FEDERAL TAX Section 01 1st Research Paper Spring 2014 Due Friday, March 14, 2014 Speedy Karr is the used car sales manager of Fast Talking Ed's Car Sales, a local new and used car dealership in Moscow, Idaho. Speedy Karr's income is about 90,000 a year from his salary and bonus (his bonus is a percentage of the net income of the dealership). In addition to his income from Fast Talking Ed's, Speedy also has income from rentals of about 35,000 a year. Speedy's wife, Holiday, is employed, earning about 65,000 a year. Several years ago, Speedy...

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Running Head: Patient Protection Patient Protection Students Name University Name Date Instructor Name Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: There rises a question is President Osama's Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) the explanation to America's healthcare problems or the principal appearance of the government's aggression of federalism? Our schoolbook describe federalism- where the countrywide and state administration share the influence that is derivative from the people (Levin-Waldman, 2012). Wherever or whenever a law is passed no matter how...

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BUS 599 Assignment #4Case #10 Nucor Corporation BUS 599 Discuss the trends in the steel industry and how it may impact Nucor's strategy. After the 2008 financial and economic crisis, the world steel industry's recovery has been uneven, but it is recovering faster than expected. The global steel production declined from 129 million metric tons (mmt) in March 2011 to 127 million metric tons in April 2011. However, production increased 5 percent from April 2010. As of the April 2011 first quarter reporting, the United States has produced 28.3 mmt, which is up 6.8% from the same period...

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Planning for Feasibility Study James Bowlin CMGT 555 September 29, 2014 Yen Lee Planning for Feasibility Study In recent years, it has become crucial for firms to make investments in information technology in order to remain competitive and improve their product and service quality. According to Cohan (2005), spending on IT has grown by 166 percent per decade over the last 40 years while organizations have turned to technology to prompt business expansion. It has become crucial for all companies, no matter the industry, to invest in information technology. At same time, there are...

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Escape from Slavery Matthew Phillips ENG 101 Composition I Dr. Audra Spicer** July 19, 2015 Escape from Slavery Frederick Douglass in his "Escape from Slavery" essay discusses his viewpoint of slavery with regard to his daily work as a slave, his relationship with his owner, "Master Hugh", his thoughts regarding escape from his imprisoned life and his feelings as a man and a human being. Douglass puts it plainly when he says, "In the early part of the year 1838, I became quite restless. I could see no reason why I should, at the end of each week, pour the reward of my...

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Gettysburg Address Matthew Phillips ENG 101 Composition I Dr. Audra Spicer** July 25th, 2015 Gettysburg Address President Abraham Lincoln in his historical, Gettysburg Address, made a proposition or statement to the people that the ground they were standing on, the place that they had come to, would from this day forward be sacred or hallowed ground. He said in his address to the people, "But, in a larger sense, we cannot dedicate-we cannot consecrate-we cannot hallow-this ground. The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it far above our poor...

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Traveling Around the World: Carving paper card design Xiaozhe Lu Thesis Senior 08/14/2015 Traveling Around the World: Carving Paper Card Design Introduction Traveling around the world has many benefits and people do it for different reasons including for pleasure, for business, for the love of traveling and for artistic inspiration among other reasons. A traveler will experience things they have never experienced before. Such make up good memories that are treasured, thus should live on. A souvenir card carries travel memories that can as well be shared with friends and families as...

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The Supreme Court and Judicial Review In a recent lecture at Yale University, Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer cautioned that while most citizens assume that judicial review is an enduring part of American government, judges should not take it for granted. He advises that if judges wish to preserve this undemocratic power they should follow a judicial philosophy that will "build confidence in the courts" (Breyer, 2011). Justice Breyer goes on to describe the kind of judicial philosophy he has in mind. However, some of his colleagues on the Supreme Court would reject his ideas about...

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DB 2 Business Law April 6, 2016 DB 2 In reading this case example on Phishy Pharmaceuticals on their new weight loss product Lose it Fast a corporate manager has took look at the actions in which they can take in this dilemma. The corporation has an obligation to their customers, and to their shareholders. Social Responsibility is the obligation of the corporation and this means that it requires a corporation and businesses to act with awareness of the consequences and the impact that their decisions will have on others (Cooper-Blood & Pearson Education Inc., 2013). Within being...

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April 12, 2013 Pasco County Board of County Commissioners Purchasing Department 8919 Government Drive New Port Richey, Florida 34654 Re: RFP-SS-13-027 To Whom it May Concern, We are excited to submit the attached response to RFP-SS-13-027 to Pasco County for consideration. Enclosed you will find our complete response as requested by the RFP document. Our team consists of a partnership between industry leaders in constructing, operating and maintaining sports facilities at the highest level. Diamond Nation owns and operates one of the nation's most successful baseball,...

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April 12, 2013 Pasco County Board of County Commissioners Purchasing Department 8919 Government Drive New Port Richey, Florida 34654 Re: RFP-SS-13-027 To Whom it May Concern, We are excited to submit the attached response to RFP-SS-13-027 to Pasco County for consideration. Enclosed you will find our complete response as requested by the RFP document. Our team consists of a partnership between industry leaders in constructing, operating and maintaining sports facilities at the highest level. Diamond Nation owns and operates one of the nation's most successful baseball,...

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Chain Gangs in Prison Name Institution Chain Gangs in Prison A Chain gang is a type of a punishment that is given to convicts in jails and prisons. It involves tying the inmates together using a chain and putting them on the prison or jail grounds to perform some duties, which are usually physical labor (Pollock, 2010). This practice started in the 19th Century. Currently, there are none or limited cases of chain gangs in the United States of America. The reasons behind the use of chain gangs in prison are to punish the inmates and it is also a source of labor. They are also...

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Telecommuting and the Mobile Worker Name Institution Introduction The number of telecommuters will rise gradually by more than twenty-nine million individuals by 2016. This means that more than 43% of the workforce will be able to get work done in a remote location. Many companies can now station mobile workers in a different part of the world. Information Technology (IT) enables a company to access co-workers, corporate, or infrastructure resources. The impact of telecommuting is felt in energy conservation model through an operation cost model that cuts the cost of...

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Assignment week 4: Innovation from Google's Free Food Strategy Google is widely known for its workplace creativity and innovation within the technology field. Its search engine is the most extensively used search tool in the world, its data analytics are revolutionary, and it continues to raise the bar for innovation and design with Google Glass, smart watches, and mobile phones. Google has been featured in dozens of technology and business magazines. Additionally, Fortune Magazine's list of the "Best Companies to Work For 2014" has ranked Google number one (#1). This ranking is largely...

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Family Health Assessment Amanda Stewart Grand Canyon University August 4, 2016 Mr. Charles family is made up of six members, him, his wife and four children. The children are composed of three boys and one girl. Carrying family health assessment is critical for Mr. Charles family to enable determine the health concerns of the family. The evaluation would be necessary as it can be used for later reference in case of a health issue arising. The tool helps compare the health performance of the family members and their strengths and how they can help each other to recover....

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Pamphlet Project on Water & Sanitation Effects Amanda Stewart NRS 434 August 28, 2016 GCU Part II: Pamphlet Sharing Experience The pamphlet was shared with two parents; The pamphlet is shared with a parent of infant child named Mr. & Mrs. Smith working in the business sector. The age of infant father is 35 years old while the mother is 33 years old. They have found the pamphlet very interesting and conceded that they were not aware of present circumstances. They have requested more information on how to get access to purified water and the ways to prevent their infant from...

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Marriage Therapy: In General Psychology Rasmussen College Blumer, M. L., Green, M. S., Knowles, S. J., & Williams, A. (2012). Shedding light on thirteen years of darkness: Content analysis of articles pertaining to transgender issues in marriage/couple and family therapy journals. Journal of marital and family therapy, 38(s1), 244-256. This article published in the journal of marital and family therapy is an analysis of transgender issues that affect family therapy. According to the authors, the analysis is a collection of information available in the seminal journals of...

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Accounting 101 May 9, 2016 Discussion 4 There are three different methods in merchandise inventory. The first methods is called Specific Identification which is an accounting method that identifies the cost of each individual piece of inventory and retain that information until that piece of inventory is sold (Board, 2012). In this method of Specific Identification there are three steps in which is to be follow to keep track of the inventory which is sold. The first step is determining the size of the inventory. The second step is to keep track of each item by using a barcode for you...

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PSY 201 Issues with Social Development * Issues of Social Development in Adulthood University of Phoenix PSY/201 Foundations of Psychology * * I found this article to be very interesting. Surprisingly, it was difficult to locate a credible article that discussed women in their midlife; which it is why I really liked this article. Life Course Transitions and Depressive Symptoms among Women in Midlife, discusses about different issues that has accrue in adult women through midlife. It also discusses how midlife in adult women can affect their social development. This article...

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PSY 201 Practical and Emotional Intelligence PRACTICAL AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE PSY 201 PRACTICAL AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE Practical intelligence, has been referred by our text, is related to overall success in living. It is the ability to shape, select, and adapt to everyday around them to best fit between themselves and the demands of the environment. Practical intelligence is the knowledge acquired doing everyday activities through various means mainly through observation of others' behavior. Emotional intelligence on the other hand, is a broader concept that expands...

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Psy 201 Week 6 Intimate Relationship Development Social Development Research on: Intimate Relationship Development: During the Transition to Adulthood: Differences by Social Class PSY/201 I chose the article "Intimate Relationship Development: During the Transition to Adulthood: Differences by Social Class" because I have believed there was a difference in intimate relationships when it came to different social classes. This article had various data graphs that informed me of the percentages of teen relationship experiences, teen sexual experiences as well as the percentage of...

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PSY 201 Week 9 Autobiographical Psychosocial History Essay Autobiographical Psychosocial History Essay Psychology 201 The five concepts that I have chosen to discuss throughout my paper are: meditation, motivation, information processing, coping with stress, and parenting styles. The first concept, meditation has worked for me very well since I have learned about it. I have done so much research on different meditation techniques people use to relieve stress and deal with everyday life, and I found one that just works for me, it is called Transcendental Meditation. This type of...

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Exam #2 ACC 201 ACC 201 Final exam Answer key 1.A company purchased a mineral deposit for 800,000. It expects this property to produce 1,200,000 tons of ore and to have a salvage value of 50,000. In the current year, the company mined and sold 90,000 tons of ore. Its depletion expense for the current period is equal to: A.15,000 B.60,000 C.150,000 D.56,250 E.139,500 90,000 tons x (800,000 - 50,000/1,200,000) 56,250 2.A company had inventory of 5 units at a cost of 20 each on November 1. On November 2, they purchased 10 units at 22 each. On November 6 they purchased 6...

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Study Guide: Lesson 2 The Importance of Philosophy in General Lesson Overview Having discussed what philosophy is, we now consider why it is important to study philosophy. We will divide our discussion into 2 parts: (1) Why is it important for all persons in general and (2) Why is it specifically important for Christians to study philosophy? We begin, in true philosophic fashion, by examining the question itself: what do mean by philosophy being important and we introduce the idea of the philosophic mindset. We then examine 5 reasons why it is important for all persons to adopt...

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AST 201 – Term Project Learning Goals 1. To explore an issue in astronomy which is of interest to you personally. 2. To explore a significant discovery or controversy in the history of astronomy. 3. To develop your confidence in your ability to communicate scientific concepts clearly, in non-technical language. Project Description There are two possible project topics and three possible formats. The possible topics are: 1. Important Observation: Identify and explain a candidate for the most important astronomical observation made prior to the year 2000. 2. Controversy: Identify a...

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**SCI 201 Week 1** Individual CAM Therapeutic Modalities Paper Resource: NCCAM website located at http://nccam.nih.gov/ Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper that describes an overview of CAM and its categories of treatments. The following areas should be addressed:     Define the terms alternative medicine, complementary medicine, and integrative medicine and clarify how these terms differ.     Describe how conventional medicine plays a role in these three terms.     Review the philosophy of CAM and how it relates to or is different from conventional Western medicine. ...

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Social Development Research PSY 201 The article I have chosen to review and summarize for this assignment addresses selectivity during social information processing. It investigates whether or not this selectivity evolves with age and social experience. This article was chosen because it is informative and interesting. The author chose to use the technique of experimentation to analyze whether or not increased age affects the way in which humans process social information. The article provides clear detailed documentation of these experiments and their results. What this article...

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PSY/201 Week 6 Social Development Research After going through many articles and titles something about this particular article caught my attention. It investigates a South-African based social entrepreneurial enterprise with a single interview. Rumor has it that there are indications that the Vukani-Ubuntu project can serve as an example to help address social development issues in South Africa. Three of the biggest social development issues in South Africa are AIDS/HIV, extreme poverty, and the high prevalence of unemployment. This is where the Social Entrepreneurship...

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PSY 201 Week 7 Testing intelligence 1. Desert is to oasis as ocean is to Correct Answer: Island 2. Which number should come next in the series? 1,4,9,16,25 Correct Answer: 36 3. Choose the conclusion that validly follows from the argument below. All kittens are playful Some pets are kittens Therefore Correct Answer: Some pets are playful 4. When the shape on the left is folded at the dotted lines which shape does it produce? Correct Answer: A 5. A rancher is building an open-ended (straight) fence by stringing wire between posts 25 metres apart. If the fence is 100 metres long...

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Principles of Effective Intervention Ashford University CRJ 201 Introduction to Criminal Justice Principles of Effective Intervention Many years of scientific study there were psychologist that developed four principles of effect which were called Risk principles, Criminogenic need principles, Treatment principles, and Fidelity principles. The first of the four principles of effective intervention is risk principle. Risk principles means that offenders should be provided with supervision and the treatment levels and it also mean like the risk of crime they commit. According to...

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Social Development in Adulthood PSY/201 Social Development in Adulthood The topic in social development I chose to write about is mid-life transition or how it is more commonly known mid-life crisis. The reason I decided to go with mid-life transition is that I find it fascinating that we go through so many different changes during adolescence, then we have a large amount of time before our minds need to "reset" again. I see the timing of a mid-life crisis as a time to take control over your life again, break away from the routine that we create for ourselves and use the opportunity...

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Testing a Theory Testing a Theory PSY 201 University of Phoenix Testing a Theory The only theory I can remember testing at this time does not have anything to do with manors or behaviors. Unfortunately, I cannot recall an instance where I used a theory that had anything to do with psychology. Back a few months ago I bought a new laptop computer for both school and personal use. As I was loading the programs that I use on a regular basis, I also decided to delete a few of the factory stock programs. One program I did not want on my computer was Norton Anti-virus. After Norton...

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Psy 201 Week 4 Dqs - Review pp. 244-248 of Psychology and Your Life. What are the five different approaches to motivation? Choose one of the approaches and explain how it affects motivation. Over here we will discuss the five different approaches to motivation. They are instincts, drive reduction approaches to motivation, drive, homeostasis, and arousal approaches to motivation. Drive reduction approach involves the proper evaluation of a person to find out the things that motivate him the most and the ones that do not motivate him at all. In this method we calculate the personal...

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Psy 201 Week 5 Dqs Psy 201 DQ Wk 5 DQ1 My first response as a male was that the child was probably just being himself. When I fully comprehended the question I concluded that Sally and Bob probably have a rebellious son on their hands. They should calmly and firmly take control of the situation before Jimmy gets too much older and grows to be disrespectfully to his parents. Television could be one of the issues, so perhaps walking in the park would be an activity that would benefit the child. Exercise is good for a child and it also helps wear out the child which could take some...

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Psy 201 What type of informal research method did you was your research method similar to research methods used by psychologists. If given another opportunity, what would you have done differently The type of informal research method is the Naturalistic observation. This type that I have used in the shopping mall. I like to watch people it is called people watching. We would spend time just sitting on a bench. How people behavior in the public area. I had done this before for another class. We would glue a quarter to the floor. Then we would watch how many people would try and pick...

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Psy 201 Wk5 Dq Psy 201 Week 5 Livinginpartner-violentfamilies Developmental links to antisocial behavior and relationship violence. I chose this topic and article because the "cycle of violence" is something that I can relate to. I got into a domestic violent relationship at a very young age and was scared to speak to anyone about, because I was afraid of what might happen, but I've never experienced child abuse. Child abuse and chastising your children is totaling different. I find it to be pretty amusing as to how children who are exposed to intimate partner-violent families...

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ACC 201 Globalization of Accounting Standards Globalization of Accounting Standards ACC 201 This year, the Securities and Exchange Committee is looking to make a decision on international rules regarding accounting standards. The United States has expressed support of accounting harmonization rather than accounting convergence. Accounting harmonization is the goal to adjust the consistencies among the different methods, procedures, or systems of other countries in order to make them more compatible with each other uniformly. Accounting convergence, on the other hand, has a distinctly...

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A+ Solution Thomas Edison State College Law 201 Week 2 Assignment 2 - Law of Tort And Negligence Members of Students for Fair Tuition (SFT) decide to protest rising tuition costs at Gigantic State University (GSU) by taking over Dunfee Hall, the location of GSU president Dalton Chandlers office. As they storm into the reception area of Chandlers office suite, shouting Down with fascist tuition increases, Chandlers faithful secretary, Prudence Pimply, picks up a phone to call the campus police. Steve Steel, radical leader of the SFT, slaps the phone knocking it from Prudences hand...

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A+ Solution Thomas Edison State College Law 201 Week 1 Assignment 1- Case Jurisdiction James lives in Maryland but runs his painting business out of Virginia. Stan lives in Virginia but works in Maryland. Stan has hired James to paint his house in Virginia. Stan feels that James has taken advantage of him in this business dealing. Stan gave James a down payment for this particular job, which is under contract. James promised to start the job as soon as he could. It has been 3 months and still no work has begun on Stan's house. Stan has called James many times to ask when the...

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A+ Solution Thomas Edison State College Law 201 Week 3 Assignment 3 - The Potential Liability - Steve Simple is a pledge in Zeta Iota Tau (ZIT) Steve Simple is a pledge in Zeta Iota Tau (ZIT) fraternity at Minor State Teachers College (MSTC). As part of his pledge duties, he is sent to climb the campus water tower to repaint the fraternity's Greek letters, which had faded in the last year (the tower has been covered, virtually throughout its existence, with graffiti placed on it by students). The night Steve climbs the tower a tremendous thunderstorm is in progress, making the...

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A+ Solutions Thomas Edison State College Law 201 Week 4 Assignment 4 - Roginskys Chances of Success - Lamar Smunt, eccentric millionaire Lamar Smunt, eccentric millionaire, sends Casimir Roginsky, famous portrait artist, a letter offering to pay Roginsky $500,000 to do a portrait of Smunts mother. Roginsky sends back a letter that says: Ive had the misfortune of seeing your mother and would need $750,000 before my artistic sensibilities would allow me to undertake such a harrowing project. Three hours later, after reflecting upon the sad state of his finances, Roginsky telephones...

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A+ Solution Thomas Edison State College Law 201 Week 5 Assignment 5 - Law of Contract - Wombat entered into an oral employment contract with Tonys Toy Company Wombat entered into an oral employment contract with Tonys Toy Company. Tonys has orally agreed to hire Wombat for three years as a district manager. Wombat quit his job, sold his house, and moved his wife and five children to another state in order to start the new job. One month later, Tonys informed Wombat that things werent working out and that his job was terminated. Is this contract enforceable under the Statute of...

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INSTURCTION FOR MILES STON ONE IT 210 Milestone One: Internship Assignment Rubric Overview For the final project in this course, you are being asked to apply the concepts learned throughout the course to assist a small business owner in improving his business through the use of technology. Milestone One will be the first step in creating your report and recommendations to the business owner. The objective of this milestone is to further explore course concepts and incorporate additional perspectives and source material to analyze real world scenarios. Leverage both the textbook and...

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Are you having trouble grasping concepts in Philosophy 201 (Liberty)? This tutorial contains the Study Guide for Lesson 1 in Liberty's PHIL 201 class. This is a complete Study Guide with all of the answers to the questions and definitions provided for Lesson 1 in the class. Unfortunately, I am unable to paste the whole tutorial below. Please rest assured that the attached file does contain the entire study guide and all of the information that you will need. Study Guide Lesson 1: What is Philosophy? Points 1) Three preliminary qualifications in studying philosophy - 1) it is...

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Are you having trouble grasping concepts in Philosophy 201 (Liberty)? This tutorial contains the Study Guide for Lesson 2 in Liberty's PHIL 201 class. This is a complete Study Guide with all of the answers to the questions and definitions provided for Lesson 2 in the class. Unfortunately, I am unable to paste the whole tutorial below. Please rest assured that the attached file does contain the entire study guide and all of the information that you will need. Study Guide Lesson 2: The Importance of Philosophy Points: 1) Seven reasons why the study of philosophy is important for...

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Philosophy 201 Study Guide Lesson 21: Introduction to Ethics Points: 1) How have modern times made ethical decision making difficult - in the 1960s a moral revolution that had been brewing for decades burst upon on us. Some of it was highly commendable, especially the refusal to accept abuses of political, economic and military power. But in rejecting establishment ways, it also changed accepted sexual morality, it took individualism to narcissistic extremes, and it placed in jeopardy existing ideals for marriage and family, work and government. 2) According to Holmes, what is the...

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Are you having trouble grasping concepts in Philosophy 201 (Liberty)? This tutorial contains the Study Guide for Lesson 5 in Liberty's PHIL 201 class. This is a complete Study Guide with all of the answers to the questions and definitions provided for Lesson 5 in the class. Unfortunately, I am unable to paste the whole tutorial below. Please rest assured that the attached file does contain the entire study guide and all of the information that you will need. Study Guide Lesson 5: A Little Logic Points: 1) How to recognize an argument - arguments are composed of statements, one of...

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Philosophy 201 Study Guide Lesson 18: Arguments for the Existence of God Points: 1) What are the three specific areas in which Craig argues life is absurd is there is no God or immortality - 1) No Ultimate Meaning without God and Immortality - it might be said that his life was important because it influenced others or affected the course of history but this shows only a relative significance to his life, not an ultimate significance (relative only to certain other events, but what about the ultimate significance of those events) because the human race will eventually cease to exist,...

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BUS 201 Week 3 Discussion 2 Controls The three main mechanisms that managers use to assess output or performance are financial measures, organizational goals, and operating budgets. Compare and contrast when it would be more appropriate to use one measurement assignment versus another. Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. All managers develop a system of output control for their organizations. Financial measures are commonly used for top managers to evaluate performance. The most common financial measures include profit ratios, ROI, gross profit, liquidity ratios, and...

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CAM Therapeutic Modalities Paper Name SCI/201 CAM Therapeutic Modalities Paper This paper will define alternative medicine, complimentary medicine, and integrative medicine. It will describe how conventional medicine plays a role in these three terms. In addition, it will review the philosophy of CAM and how it relates to, or is different from, traditional Western medicine. Finally, it will show how the CAM treatment modality Acupuncture is used as an alternative and complementary therapy for headaches. Alternative, Complementary, and Integrative Medicine Although they are...

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Acct ACCT 201 Chapter 1 group 1 Chapter 1 group 1 Exercise 1.2 a. A pension fund is pretty much to be a potential investor in Boeing. They need to know whether the company is financially sound or not, in order to decide whether to invest in it or not. As a pension fund invests other people's money, it is even more important that they make a good decision, so they will need to examine all of the information. b. The airline is actually a current or potential customer of Boeing's. As airplane orders usually take several years to fulfill, it is a very long-term relationship. In...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**POL 201 Week 1 Learning Activity - The Constitution** The weekly worksheets will help you build all the necessary parts for your Final Paper. This week, you will evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the most important document for America’s national government, the U.S. Constitution. In your worksheet, you will describe one strength and one weakness of the Constitution. In addition, you will need to recommend a way to maintain the strength of this amazing document and a way to correct a weakness. This effort begins the process of critically analyzing key...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**POL 201 Week 2 Learning Activity – Federalism** This week, we continue completing the worksheets in preparation for the Final Paper. One of the most important structures in the national government is federalism. Understanding the relationship between local, state, and national level governments is critical in being able to understand all of the key features of our national government. Describe an advantage and a disadvantage to a national policy that an agency in the federal bureaucracy must implement. In addition, recommend an option to maintain the...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**POL 201 Week 3 Learning Activity - Branches of Government** The three branches of our government each play crucial roles in the U.S. national government. Each branch has specific power, duties, and responsibilities that are the most apparent features of our system of separate powers. Nevertheless, each branch has been critiqued for having definite strengths and weaknesses that become obvious in certain situations. Analyzing these strengths and weaknesses will enable you to evaluate and recommend ways to enhance and correct these fundamental assets and...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**POL 201 Week 4 Learning Activity - Political Parties, Interest Groups, and Elections** The various political actors involved in the processes, activities, and policies of the U.S. government each have evolving goals and objectives. In addition, these actors have produced differential effects, both positive and negative, on the processes, activities, and policies of the federal government. In this last weekly worksheet, you will assess the positive and negative impacts of political parties, interest groups, or federal elections on the national government. In...

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Phil 201 Quiz 1 1. Philosophy and art are different in that philosophy argues for a view while art usually just expresses 2. The study of biology would be considered a- first order discipline 3. Philosophy is more concerned with newly emerging concepts than perennial, foundational issues.- False 4. The word philosophy originated from two Greek terms: philo which means love and Sophos which means- wisdom 5. The relationship between prepositional and experimental knowledge is- experimental knowledge enhances understanding beyond prepositions. 6. What was Kierkegaards point about...

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SCI 201 Week 2 DQs How do an individuals attitude and belief about CAM influences healthcare treatment choices? What is the philosophy behind complementary healing therapies? Describe treatment principles within each of the five domains defined by NCCAM. How are herbs, oils, supplements, and homeopathic remedies regulated? What does the regulation cover? What agency provides the regulation? How would you determine if a source regarding CAM issue is credible? Herbs, oils, and supplements are widely available. What are some guidelines consumers should consider for safe and effective...

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Social Development Research PSY 201 In the article Key Issues in the Development of aggression and progression from Childhood to Early Adulthood, it is said that early manifestations of aggression of anger are related to later manifestations (Loeber, 1997). This means that aggression found in a child, could be carried over to adulthood and possibly effect the progression of aggression. Developmental changes related to aggression and violence is not the same for both genders. Researchers believe that there is some degree of age-normative aggression found in boys. Aggression can...

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Testing a Theory PSY 201 Many years ago, when I was running a business from home, one of the things I new would guarantee my company a higher profit was if I could figure out what marketing strategy worked best for reaching my target market. I had two different strategies that I was using at the time for marketing and I knew limiting it to one would help me save money on marketing cost but I did not know which marketing technique I was using was bringing in more customers or generating more income. My theory was that one of the marketing strategies would be more cost...

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PSY 201 Week 1 Assignment Working for a big company, there is always something new to learn and new work that comes our way. There are many different personalities. We were always training and learning new material and tools to use to make our work more effective and productive. We would have meetings that were hours long so everyone can train on the new work and tools we had coming our way. Most of the people were struggling to learn the new tools. I was taking a class in which we were learning about peoples' different learning styles. I thought all the training we were...

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PSY/201 Predictors of Positive Development in Emerging Adulthood In this article, the author discusses important issues regarding the development of an adult. They mention several groups and things that influence a young adult's behavior and the way they behave and things that can have both negative and positive effects on an adult. Within the text, I found good information on early adulthood as well as studies to give evidence to their statements. It is easily broken up into categories with each influencing category which is then backed up with its reasoning, studies, and...

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Psy 201 Week 1 Assignment A few weeks back I tested out a theory on different ways to discipline my son, in the theory I conducted are different ways to discipline my son. Before conducting my research, I seek advice from friends and family members on different strategies on disciplining a child. After listening to their advices I got so many different advices, I was skeptical on witch one to use so, I decided to conduct a research of my own. The type of informal research method I used was Google it gave me a list of websites on how to discipline my child. After conducting my...

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Competitive Advantage Competitive Advantage BUS 201 Principles of Management Competitive Advantage The world has been chaining more rapidly than ever before, managers and other employees throughout an organization must perform at higher and higher levels. One of the most important lessons for managers and organizations to learn if they were to reach and remain at the top of the competitive environment of business is to achieve and build a competitive advantage. Competitive advantage is the ability of one organization to outperform other organizations because it produces...

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MKT 201Term Paper Analysis of Factors Affecting Restaurant Businesses Course Name: Principles of Marketing Course ID: Summary Over the years, numbers of people having foods at restaurants are increasing. As a result, number of restaurants has also increased with the demand. Busy life of city inhabitants compels to have meals at restaurants rather cooking at home. With the passage of time, peoples also became aware about the food quality, environment and interior design of restaurants. Previous research conducted on consumers has shown that location has been a factor influencing a...

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Phil 201 Week 6 Study Guide: Lesson 18 Arguments for the Existence of God Lesson Overview: In this lesson, we arrive at 1 of the most important questions of the course for Christians: Do we have good reasons to believe that God exists? Today, many are claiming that there is no evidence for God's existence and those who believe in God are just deluding themselves. However, this lesson will show that some very interesting arguments have been developed throughout the history of philosophy that demonstrate that the theist is within his epistemic rights in believing in God. While the case...

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The War on Terror - Rights and Liberties POL 201 The War on Terror - Rights and Liberties In order to understand rights and liberties during wartime situations, some background information needs to be addressed and explained. This paper will explain the definition of habeas corpus and the role of the Judicial, Legislative and Executive Branches of government during wartime and conflicts, how the President will sometimes take matter into his own hands. During wartime periods of our history, the President has taken actions that seem to be outside the powers extended the office in...

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The Executive Branch and Limitations on the Suspension of Habeas Corpus POL 201 American National Government Article I, Section 9 of the Constitution states, "The Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in the case of Rebellion or Invasion the public Safety may require it." The statement may seem fairly straight forward in that all citizens shall have the right to have their case heard by a judge unless they are considered war criminals or the possibility of the person being released would be a hazard to public safety. There are still many...

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The Executive Branch and Limitations on the Suspension of Habeas Corpus POL 201 American National Government Article I, Section 9 of the Constitution states, "The Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in the case of Rebellion or Invasion the public Safety may require it." The statement may seem fairly straight forward in that all citizens shall have the right to have their case heard by a judge unless they are considered war criminals or the possibility of the person being released would be a hazard to public safety. There are still many...

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Accounting 201 Final Project Amazon Inc I have selected the company , INC. This is an online business portal, selling consumer goods. The company got incorporated in 1994, in the state of Washington. Hence it is 20 years young company having word-wide business. The company serve to retails customers, consumers, through world wide web. The company manages its business in a professional method. They manage the business on geographic basis. Thus the operations has been divided in North America and South America. Each segment reports its operations separately and then the total...

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A+Solution Psychology HDFS 201 - LIFESPAN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Observation – Infancy NAEYC Standards 1a and 3b, and Supportive Skills 3 and 4 This assignment deals with social and personality development during infancy. Before you do the observation, read/review Chapter 6 (Development Across the Life Span, Robert S. Feldman, 7th Edition) of the text and watch the video on Temperament. The information in the video should be incorporated into your paper. Also, review the guidelines for observations. If you need any help finding a place or babies to observe, please contact the...

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ACC 201 Accounting Methods ----- ACC201: Principles of Financial Accounting Accounting 2 Companies strive for their net income to increase rapidly year to year; it is a measure of success for a business. This is no different for Wilson Blowhard founder of his own communications business whom discovered through his company's financial records that he was incurring a significant line expense that must be reported yearly according to generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). The problem was Mr. Blowhard did not need all the line he was paying for because he was paying to make...

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A+ Solution Thomas Edison State College Law 201 Week 11 Assignment 10 - Written Response -Aker has been Potters sales agent for twenty years Prepare a written response in essay form to each of the following two case studies. 1. Aker has been Potters sales agent for twenty years and has dealt with about 200 customers during that time. In 2008 Potter fires Aker, terminating the agency. None of the 200 customers have heard about the termination. What steps must Potter take to protect himself from potential liability from customers and Aker? 2. Pete Principal instructs Al...

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A+ Solution Thomas Edison State College Law 201 Week 12 Final Paper - Knarles and Barkley Case Study Review the case study described below and write an 8- to 10-page paper (a total of approximately 2000 to 2500 words). Submit your final paper according to the instructions for submitting assignments in the Student Handbook section of the Course Manual. You will find the link for submitting the paper in the Assignments area of the Guided Study course Web site. Case Study Knarles and Barkley are father and son respectively. Barkley is seventeen years old. They operate a...

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A+ Solution Thomas Edison State College Law 201 Week 8 Assignment 7 - Whether Contract Is Unconscionable - Amy, a 20-year-old college student, went to High Note Amy, a 20-year-old college student, went to High Note, a large store specializing in electronics, to buy a home theater setup. The salesman told her that she could rent to own the Alpo Theater Model XL2 if she made lease payments of a mere $25 a week for 100 weeks and a final payment of $500. Without shopping at any other store, Amy signed the contract to rent to own the Alpo theater under the terms discussed above. The...

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PSY 201 Week 1 Assignment Working for a big company, there is always something new to learn and new work that comes our way. There are many different personalities. We were always training and learning new material and tools to use to make our work more effective and productive. We would have meetings that were hours long so everyone can train on the new work and tools we had coming our way. Most of the people were struggling to learn the new tools. I was taking a class in which we were learning about peoples' different learning styles. I thought all the training we were...

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BUS 201 Week 1 Discussion 1 Four Functions Discuss the most important decisions that must be made in (a) planning, (b) organizing, (c) leading, and (d) controlling to allow a manager to utilize organizational resources effectively and build a competitive advantage. Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. R1 The first function of management is planning. Planning is an important managerial function. It provides the design of a desired future state and the means of bringing about that future state to accomplish the organization's objectives. In other words, planning is the...

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Balancing Family and Work Your name BUS 201 Principles of Management Instructor's name: Mark Young Date submitted: Balancing Family and Work There comes times where family and a profession always tend to collide and you have to do the necessary steps to make sure you can juggle the two as easily as possible. The biggest thing is time because time spent with family is priceless but so is not working. When in the managerial spot, employees look to you for guidance about open time that leave can be taken as well as the amount of days they have to take. There are so many...

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BUS 201 Week 1 Discussion 1 Four Functions Discuss the most important decisions that must be made in (a) planning, (b) organizing, (c) leading, and (d) controlling to allow a manager to utilize organizational resources effectively and build a competitive advantage. Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. R1 The first function of management is planning. Planning is an important managerial function. It provides the design of a desired future state and the means of bringing about that future state to accomplish the organization's objectives. In other words, planning is the...

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BUS 201 Week 4 Discussion 2 Groups and Teams A group may be defined as two or more people who interact with each other to accomplish certain goals or meet certain needs. A team is a group whose members work intensely with each other to achieve a specific common goal or objective. Explain why it is important for groups and teams to have a balance of conformity and deviance and a moderate level of cohesiveness. Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. All teams are groups but not all groups are teams. Groups, Teams and Organizational Effectiveness Two characteristics that...

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BUS 201 Week 5 Discussion 2 Customers Organizations produce outputs that are consumed by customers. Because customers are vital to the organization's survival, it is important for managers to correctly identify customers and promote organizational strategies to respond to their needs. Discuss two operations management techniques that have been adopted by managers in an effort to attract customers with improved products. In which industries may those techniques be best utilized? Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. Operations management is a multi-disciplinary field that...

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CRJ 201 Introduction to Criminal Justice Name Ashford University 25 Mar. 13 Weeks v. United States Weeks v. United States, was a case that set forth the exlusionary rule which barred admission of illegally obtained information evidence in federal prosecutions. It was a landmark decision when the Supreme Court ruled unanimously that illegal seizure of items from weeks private residence violated his constitutional rights, as well as the Fourth Amendment. The main issues in this case is "Did the warrantless search of Weeks's house by a federal officer violate his...

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Ashford ACC 201 Week 3 Assignment: GAAP and Ethics (300 Words Paper) GAAP and Ethics When it comes to the scheme that Mr. Blowhard has pulled on his own company all he has done is hurt his actual earnings. He has made the profits seem quiet high but this is a false pretense to true earnings. When and if the company sells the purchaser will then have to rebuy the all the lines that were recently sold in order to expand properly.

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Ashford ACC 201 Week 5 Stock Option Paper An Issue at Hand in the Financial World (650 Words, References) An Issue at Hand in the Financial World There is a major issue that has arisen over the past few years in the financial world. This issue is a crucial one in the profit margins that are made by some. If the issue is not addressed and fixed accordingly the companies that are involved will suffer greatly in the end. This major issue has to do with the stock option offered to the CEOs of many companies and how it i

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ACC 201 Week 2 Discussion 2: Debit Credit What effect does a debit memo in a bank statement have on the cash account? When defining the word debit memo which is a bank statement that refers to a deduction from the bank account balance. A debit memo has the same effect as a check that is written on a bank account. A bank debit memo can be a charge for interest owed to the bank, a loan payment, a fee owed for the printing of checks, a fee for a returned check for insufficient funds a transfer of funds from the bank account to another account at the bank. What effect does a credit memo...

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BUS 201 Week 3 Discussion Question 2: Controls The three main mechanisms that managers use to assess output or performance are financial measures, organizational goals, and operating budgets. Compare and contrast when it would be more appropriate to use one measurement assignment versus another. Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings.

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Ashford BUS 201 Week 4 Discussion Question 1: Leadership Leadership is the process by which a person exerts influence over other people and inspires, motivates, and directs their activities to help achieve group or organizational goals. Describe how a leader differs from a manager, and when it would be more advantageous to be a manager rather than a leader, and vice versa. Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings.

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BUS 201 Week 4 Discussion Question 2: Groups and Teams A group may be defined as two or more people who interact with each other to accomplish certain goals or meet certain needs. A team is a group whose members work intensely with each other to achieve a specific common goal or objective. Explain why it is important for groups and teams to have a balance of conformity and deviance and a moderate level of cohesiveness. Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings.

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BUS 201 Week 5 Discussion Question 2: Customers Organizations produce outputs that are consumed by customers. Because customers are vital to the organization's survival, it is important for managers to correctly identify customers and promote organizational strategies to respond to their needs. Discuss two operations management techniques that have been adopted by managers in an effort to attract customers with improved products. In which industries may those techniques be best utilized? Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings.

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**POL 201 Week 5 Final Paper - America’s Democracy: Your Report Card** 1. America’s Democracy: Your Report Card. Due by Day 7. The primary goal of your last assignment is to critically analyze the primary features of the American national government. The results of your analysis will indicate what you have learned over the last five weeks. In order to accomplish this task, it is important to critically evaluate the key facets of our American democracy. You have been preparing for this final assignment each week by constructing a detailed outline of the Final...

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A+ Grade Solution POL 201 Week 3 Discussion 1 Write: In your initial post, summarize how the Electoral College works. Explain some of the main pros and cons in the debate about whether to keep or abolish the current Electoral College process. In addition, evaluate one proposal to change how the system works without formally abolishing it. Would this proposal effectively address some of the cons that you identified earlier in your post? Please explain your response. Fully respond to all parts of the question and write your response in your own words. Your initial post must be 200 to...

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A+ Grade Solution POL 201 Week 5 Discussion 1 - Voting and Voter Turnout Write: In your initial post, summarize recent developments in several states enacting voter ID laws. Analyze and describe the pros and cons on both sides of the debate about these laws. Is voter fraud a major problem for our democracy or are some groups trying to make it harder for some segments of society to vote? Draw your own conclusion about the debate over voter ID laws. Justify your conclusions with facts and persuasive reasoning. Fully respond to all parts of the question and write your response in your...

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Imani Fortune HSC 201 Champlin Reaction Paper: Suzanne Crisis Intervention Suzanne is on a great start to getting help with handling her children and learning how to cope with her exhaustion. With the help of her therapist she has learned some strategies that help her communicate better with her small children to keep her from getting frustrated and angry. Although Suzanne is making progress, she will need to make some more in-depth therapy to ensure that she can maintain long term progress on a larger scale. The first thing that I believe will help Suzanne is for her to receive anger...

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PROJ 598 - Contract and Procurement Management (DeVry - July 2016) PROJ598 - Week 6: You Decide Feb. 2016 I am Shawna and I manage a large IT project in the healthcare industry, ZAP. My project is to refurbish an existing office building, install the IT infrastructure, and outfit the area for use as a new telephone answering hub for my company. I took over this project a week ago from John, the previous project manager (DeVry). 1. Is Bear or is ZAP responsible for the inspections? What is a reasonable course of action given that the project may have to be delayed a week or...

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Liberty University PHIL 201 quiz 6 complete solutions correct answers key 4 different versions Question 1 The ________ claims that it is wrong to reason about religion, but one must just believe and have faith. Question 2 The weak foundationalist believes that basic knowledge must be absolutely certain. Question 3 Philosophy of religion and natural theology are identical disciplines. Question 4 According to Evans, philosophy of religion may be engaged in by thinkers who are not themselves religious at all. Question 5 Theology is an activity carried on outside of a religious...

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Running Head: In What Ways Can We Say That "Money Buys Happiness"? All Things Considered, Does It Make Good Sense For People In Society To Pursue Monetary Income or Wealth? In What Specific Ways Does Pursuing Wealth Make People Better (Worse) People? CAN MONEY BUY HAPPINESS Module 1 Case Assignment Questions: 1. In what ways can we say that "money buys happiness"? Although it isn't a new discovery by economists that money doesn't buy happiness, people with money or wealth do have the ability to buy material items that give them a temporary happiness. Additionally, having the...

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A group may be defined as two or more people who interact with each other to accomplish certain goals or meet certain needs. A team is a group whose members work intensely with each other to achieve a specific common goal or objective. Explain why it is important for groups and teams to have a balance of conformity and deviance and a moderate level of cohesiveness. Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. Deviance, in a sociological context, describes actions or behaviors that violate social norms, including formally-enacted rules (e.g., crime),[1] as well as informal...

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Acc 290 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment Paper \A Review of Wal-Mart's Fiscal Year 2014 (FY-14) Financial Statement Two important parts of company's financial statement are the balance sheet, that list of the company's asset and liabilities at the end of a period and the income statement that is also referred to as the profit-and-loss statement or statement of revenue and expense because it shows the company's financial performance during the period ("Income Statement,"n.d.). Wal-Mart's FY-14 financial statement for the period ending on 31 January 2014 shows that they had over 203...

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Acc 290 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment Paper \A Review of Wal-Mart's Fiscal Year 2013 (FY-13) Financial Statement Two important parts of company's financial statement are the balance sheet, that list of the company's asset and liabilities at the end of a period and the income statement that is also referred to as the profit-and-loss statement or statement of revenue and expense because it shows the company's financial performance during the period ("Income Statement,"n.d.). Wal-Mart's FY-13 financial statement for the period ending on 31 January 2013 shows that they had over 203...

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Week 5 checkpoint There are several internet options available in today's educational tools. You have a local cable company that has high speed internet and then there are wireless modems that can run several computers at once. I think a requisition for either to the principal for either is the first step. In our local schools the cable company provides free cable and internet services. So requisitioning for a multi-port wireless modem from the principal would be first who would then in turn send it to the district office, district superintendant, and last the district school board for...

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Week 7 DQ 1: Due Tuesday, June 9, 2009 Subject line:Week 7 DQ 1 - Your Name Please post your reply to the following: Discussion Question 1 Are there certain curricular areas in which technology is more useful than in others? Explain your answer. Use of technology can be useful in any area of curriculum however it is more effective in some areas more than others. For example technology would be more useful in a social studies lesson than in a vocabulary lesson. Using technology in a social studies lesson can help show the students what was going on at that time in...

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Week 5 checkpoint There are several internet options available in today's educational tools. You have a local cable company that has high speed internet and then there are wireless modems that can run several computers at once. I think a requisition for either to the principal for either is the first step. In our local schools the cable company provides free cable and internet services. So requisitioning for a multi-port wireless modem from the principal would be first who would then in turn send it to the district office, district superintendant, and last the district school board for...

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Week 7 DQ 1: Due Tuesday, June 9, 2009 Subject line:Week 7 DQ 1 - Your Name Please post your reply to the following: Discussion Question 1 Are there certain curricular areas in which technology is more useful than in others? Explain your answer. Use of technology can be useful in any area of curriculum however it is more effective in some areas more than others. For example technology would be more useful in a social studies lesson than in a vocabulary lesson. Using technology in a social studies lesson can help show the students what was going on at that time in...

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Problem Set 6 Solutions Due: April 2, 2015 Economics 1030 Problem 1 (Buying a rm): Consider a generalized version of the buying a rm problem: The value, v, of company to Tomasz is distributed uniformly over the range [v, v ] Tomasz knows its true value. You dont know true value but company is worth times more to you than it is to Tomasz. (You should assume that 1.) You make a take-it-or-leave-it oer to Tomasz, which Tomasz accepts if and only if your oer is greater than or...

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Problem Set 6 Due: April 2, 2015 Economics 1030 Solutions will be posted on Monday (before the problem set is due), so you can check your answers if youd like. Problem 1 (Buying a rm): Consider a generalized version of the buying a rm problem: The value, of company to Tomasz is distributed uniformly over the range [ ] Tomasz knows its true value. You dont know true value but company is worth times more to you than it is to Tomasz. (You should assume that 1) You make a...

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STA 032 Spring 2015 (a) Test the appropriate hypothesis with . Be Homework 7, due June 3rd sure to show H0 , HA , the test-statistic, the p-value, your decision, and your conclusion in terms of the 1. An accounting rm is trying to decide between IT train- problem. ing conducted in-house and the use of third party con- (b) If we changed our to , would your conclusion sultants. Each type of training was...

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_A+ Grade Work_ ####**SCI 201-1502A-11 Environmental Science and Sustainability** For this assignment, complete all of the sections on this worksheet, and submit it to the Submitted Assignments area of the classroom. Municipal solid waste (MSW) is all of the garbage, refuse, trash, or junk that gets thrown away from homes and small businesses. All of this MSW is collected and taken away. Have you ever wondered where it goes? In the 1950s and 60s, it went to open dumps. In the 1970s, landfills were established, but there were problems, and today there is new legislation and technology...

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Adulthood and Aging: Social Processes and Development I chose this topic and article because I find that the thought of social selection that can begin in early adulthood. I think that the way a person is to surround themselves with people is an important part of who they are. As I read the article I was able to think about the way I interact with people. I find that by comparing information to my life I can better understand it. It states that as a person gets older they will have the same number of people that they are close to will stay consistent over the years. These people will...

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I do not feel that my results were accurate, but this is because I saw that before my score it says that my score is age adjusted. I feel that intelligence is intelligence and that age should not matter in this regard. Although I do feel that the questions that were asked could indicant the types of things that a person could use to analyze their intelligence. Consider that a young person in high school who is taking this test has not had the chance for higher education or much life experience. This is why it is age adjusted. I do not believe that I have found anything within the test...

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Study Guide Lesson 10: God and the World Points: 1) Three metaphysical questions concerning God - 1) arguments for the existence of God - what kinds of philosophical reasons are there for believing that God exists (ontological arguments - set out to prove that it is logically impossible that God that should not exist / cosmological arguments - reason to God's existence from the bare existence of the universe, apart from consideration of any special features it may contain / design arguments - teleological arguments - reason from the order, beauty and apparent design of the universe and...

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Study Guide Lesson 8: The Mind/Body Problem Points: 1) Hasker's statement of the mystery of the mind and body (and its difference from the problem as stated in the PointeCast presentations) - PointeCast (how do two essentially different substances relate in one being - so different in essences - hard to imagine together) / Hasker (how is it that this familiar object, compounded out of ordinary chemicals, is yet able to transcend physical limitations and to live a life of the spirit / how does it happen that a rational spirit, capable of speculating about truth, beauty and goodness and of...

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Study Guide Lesson 7: Will and Determinism Points: 1) Preliminary problems and objections to free choice - Religious - isn't it absurd to say that when we make choices, there is no reason whatever why we choose one way rather than another but if there is such a reason, then doesn't this negate the idea that in making choices, we as it were, create our future out of nothing and isn't this talk of creating out of nothing something which verges on blasphemy - only God has this power, and it is necessary to think of ourselves and all the events and decisions of our lives as lying entirely...

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Study Guide Lesson 14: Justified Beliefs Pt. 2 Points: 1) What does evidentialism claim - accepting just any old belief willy-nilly, with no thought to its being suitably anchored by supporting beliefs, is unacceptable - Clifford - to sum it up: it is wrong ALWAYS, everywhere, and for anyone to believe anything upon insufficient evidence each of us (with no exceptions for age, level of education or social role) is obliged to adduce reasons for every belief we hold, no matter how seemingly insignificant the belief ***any belief, however trifling, embraced without sufficient evidence is...

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BUS201 Week 3 Discussion 1 Functional Structure When and under what conditions might managers change from a functional to (a) a product, (b) a geographic, or (c) a market structure? Give a real-life example of such a change. Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. The functional structure out of all of them sounds the most self-explanatory. It is a structure that is composed of all the vital departments in an organization to produce its services. It may change depending on the status of the structure. If any growth occurs, it may become a problem over time. If and when...

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Law Enforcement: Patrol, Rapid Response, and Investigation The three primary tactics that police employ to enforce the law are patrol, rapid response, and investigation. Define patrol, rapid response, and investigation. Which tactic is the most successful at maximizing arrests and reducing crime? Explain your answer. Patrol- Patrol is when the Police are driving around in their marked and unmarked undercover Police vehicles. Police Officers go on patrol so they can make sure that everyone is obeying the law. It makes it easier being out on patrol to spot the ones committing the...

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Justice Justice seeks to make things right. The idea of justice is based on ethics, equality, human rights, religion, and solidarity. John Rawls says that "justice is the first virtue of social institutions, as truth is of systems of thought." Is justice the first virtue of the criminal justice system? Why or why not? Have your ideas about the concept of justice changed since the beginning of this course? Why? Make sure to substantiate your reasons with cited facts. Justice should be the first virtue of the criminal justice system, but sadly it is not in my opinion, because...

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Law Enforcement: Patrol, Rapid Response, and Investigation The three primary tactics that police employ to enforce the law are patrol, rapid response, and investigation. Define patrol, rapid response, and investigation. Which tactic is the most successful at maximizing arrests and reducing crime? Explain your answer. Patrol- Patrol is when the Police are driving around in their marked and unmarked undercover Police vehicles. Police Officers go on patrol so they can make sure that everyone is obeying the law. It makes it easier being out on patrol to spot the ones committing the...

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1. Do you think meditation leads to heightened sensation and perception? Explain why or why not. Yes, I believe that meditation or anything else that clears the mind can lead to an increased awareness of sensations and perceptions that people would not normally be privy to. 2. Have you considered integrating meditation into your own lifestyle? If so, list one strategy for fitting meditation into your schedule. If not, explain why. I have considered integration meditation into my lifestyle because I believe it would make more stress free. I could do this by making time...

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Week 4 question 1 Post a 150- to 300-word response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply: Review pp. 244-248 of Psychology and Your Life. What are the five different approaches to motivation? Choose one of the approaches and explain how it affects motivation. The five different approaches to motivation are instincts, drive reduction approaches to motivation, drive, homeostasis, and arousal approaches to motivation. The Drive reduction approach looks at the motivation of a person; how the person can or cannot get themselves motivated. It examines methods of personal...

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In the majority of Alternative Medical Systems, what are the concepts, views of health/illness, and diagnostic and the relationship of therapeutic methods ? A concept of alternative medicine is that the mind is more power that the body it self. You can heal faster and forget about pain easily just by thinking about it or just by using natural resources. We are talking about pills or no pills and you will have a variety of answers. The views of health and illness are very complex because alternative medicine does work. Acupuncture is a very popular therapy that is associate it with CAM...

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Locate and share a website reflecting our readings or topics. Discuss the reliability and validity of the site and why you chose it. I would like to share a website that I am sure we have all been using and that is the . I am sure that there are other sites with just as valuable information, however, I feel more comfortable with this one. The reasons why I feel that this site has good reliability and validity is because of the detail provided within every subject or topic. The site explains everything from what CAM is to also test done or performed. For me the key to a credible website...

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ASSIGNMENT #1 BICD 100 SPRING 2015 APRIL 1 It is recommended that that you complete this assignment before attending discussion section during week 2. During your week 2 discussion section, there will be a quick quiz related to this assignment. Successful completion of the quiz (in the section in which you are enrolled) will be worth 2 extra credit points. 1) Please complete End-of-Chapter problem from your textbook. 2) You discover a new species of rodent that seems to come in...

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Write two obituaries in remembrance of President Abraham Lincoln. To complete this assignment, you are going to assume the role of an editor for a fictional newspaper on two distinctly different dates. It is your choice of who your audience is and what emotion the content contains, but each article should provide a perspective on the political, economic, and social impact that he had on the nation before, during, and after the Civil War. 1. The first will be dated April 16, 1865, and will need to assume the role of an obituary from that date. Keep in mind what would be known, thought,...

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Insert a 1000-1250 word description of a technological trend that has affected your life that was invented in the year 2013 In 2013, I realized that there are so many inventions that I have passed not to know. Among the inventions, the most interesting thing was the ballpoint pen printer. According to the article, "Any resourceful person will be completely won over by the Pen Printer. What designers Su-in Kim and Tae-jin Kim have proposed is using old ballpoint pens as sources of ink for the device, rather than expensive cartridges that never even fully deplete. The wonderfully compact...

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DQ 1: Refer to the charts on p. 6 & p. 20 ofPsychology and Your Life. Identify the five major perspectives in the field of psychology and list one subfield for each. I could see on the chart that psychology had many interesting topics. Even though i haven't studied it myself but the belief was there that it would be interesting. The fear of doing bad always prevented me from taking the classes. The five main things to look forward to are:- Cognitive Psychology: - Focuses on higher mentalprocesses and problem solving skills. Developmental psychology :- Studies human life cycle. Health...

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Allied ecn151 Module 4 Check Your Understanding latest 2015 November Question Question Points 1. Many things that society values, such as good health, high-quality education, enjoyable recreational opportunities, and desirable moral attributes of the population, are not measured as part of the GDP. It follows that: a. GDP is not a useful measure of society's welfare. b. GDP is still a useful measure of society's welfare because providing these other attributes is the responsibility of government. c. GDP is still a useful measure of society's welfare because it measures a nation's ability...

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Allied ecn151 Module 7 Check Your Understanding latest 2015 November Report this Question as Inappropriate Question If a nation is selling more goods and services to foreigners than it is buying from them, then on net it must be buying assets abroad. a. True b. False 2. If saving is greater than domestic investment, then: a. there is a trade deficit and Y C I G. b. there is a trade deficit and Y C I G. c. there is a trade surplus and Y C I G. d. there is a trade surplus and Y C I G. 3. If interest rates rose more in Germany than in the U.S. and other things remained the same,...

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PROJ 598 - Contract and Procurement Management ------------------------------------------------------------------------- (DeVry - July 2016) Week 1 Thread 1 - Procurement Process (graded) What experience do you have in procurement? In the PMBOK Guide, we find a four-process method to performing procurement in an organization. Is this overall process used at your place of business? This section lists options that can be used to view responses. Collapse All Print View Show Options Responses Responses are listed below in the following order: response, author and the date and time...

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PROJ 598 - Contract and Procurement Management ------------------------------------------------------------------------- (DeVry - July 2016) Outcome in Negotiations Week 5 Assignment Michael D. Hicks Professor Festus Elleh Feb. 2016 From my readings on negotiations, Ive realized that, one way or another, we are always negotiating, because everything we need and want in life belongs to someone else. Therefore in order to get what we want, we have to negotiate to get it. After our negotiations, we may have a win win outcome, where everyone is happy, or we...

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SEC 591 Disaster Recovery-Forensics and Security ----------------------------------------------------------------------- (DeVry - Spring 2016) Business Impact Analysis (BIA) SEC591: Disaster Recovery/Forensics & Security Your Name March, 2016 Professor: Patrick Coyle BusinessImpact Analysis (BIA) 1.0 Overview The Business Impact Analysis (BIA), was developed as a form of contingency plan for Omega Company. It was prepared on March 28th 2016. The purpose of the Analysis is to give the company a complete overview of the possible disasters that are to happen should there be such a glitch....

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Name: Stephanie Ndukwe Period: 1 Fall 2015 Biology Final Exam Review 1. List the steps of the scientific method 2. Define hypothesis A supposition or explanation (theory) that is provisionally accepted in order to interpret certain events or phenomena, and to provide guidance for further investigation. A hypothesis may be proven correct or wrong, and must be capable of refutation. 3. What makes a hypothesis valid? It must be testable and refutable. 4. What are independent variables? It is a variable that isn't changed by the other variables you are trying to measure. 5. What are...

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1. By Form Plato is referring to the particular shape of an object of experience- False 2. Which of the following represents the key difference in though from Descartes to Bacon- Critique of Aristotle 3. Platos forms exist apart from the physical objects that they represent in the world experienced by our senses- True 4. Descartes believed that all men were born a tabula rasa- False 5. Hume was an example of a- Hard empiricist 6. The truth theory that holds that a proposition is true if it correlates with reality is the- Correspondence Theory 7. By noumena Kant is referring to- the raw...

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University of Phoenix Material PSY 201 Development in Adolescence and Late Adulthood Worksheet Use the Learn Psychology text, the University Library, and/or other resources to answer the following questions. Your response to each question should contain at least 150 words. 1 Puberty can be a difficult time for adolescents. What are some of the challenges they face? 2 How and when is peer pressure harmful? Can it ever be helpful? Why? 3 What types of changes occur in the brain in late adulthood? 4 Why is novel problem-solving particularly difficult in late adulthood?

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University of Phoenix Material PSY 201 Motivation Complete the following matrix. When presenting real world examples, do not use the examples listed in the text. Theories of Motivation Theory Type Key components of the theory Real world example Similarities and Differences Instinct Theories Motivation behaviors we are born with and may be triggerd by cues. Our body lets us know when it's time to have a bowel movement. This behavior in all instinct and triggerd by an inner cues from our body.

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University of Phoenix Materialpsy/wk 4 PSY 201 Development in Adolescence and Late Adulthood Worksheet Use the Learn Psychology text, the University Library, and/or other resources to answer the following questions. Your response to each question should contain at least 150 words. 1 Puberty can be a difficult time for adolescents. What are some of the challenges they face? 2 How and when is peer pressure harmful? Can it ever be helpful? Why? 3 What types of changes occur in the brain in late adulthood? 4 Why is novel problem-solving particularly difficult in late...

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After watching President Kennedy's inaugural address and supposing that I opposed President Kennedy's ideas, the steps that I would take to evaluate his arguments can be found in this week's chapter on p. 219 and are as follows: -Step 1: After fully listening to President Kennedy's argument, I would identify any hidden premises that might have been included in the argument. If any part of the argument was complex, I would make sure to break down all parts of the argument that were expressed in order to better evaluate it. -Step 2: I would examine each part of the argument for any...

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Week 1 checkpoint The factors that make it a professional career are no different than any other professional career. First, a college degree is required. Second, continuing education is required. Third, you must be licensed and properly certified to teach. Although doctors and lawyers go to school longer, many professions only require a four-year degree. However, some colleges are now requiring five years to earn a teaching degree. By having a degree and being properly certified to teach a teacher can then do the following in his or her classroom. 1. The ability to make decisions...

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Week 3 DQ 1: Due Tuesday, May 12, 2009 Subject line:Your Name Week 3 DQ 1 Please post your response by replying to this thread. Discussion Question 1 Is it best to adjust instruction to teach in accordance with individual learning styles, or should students experience and be encouraged to participate in activities that require learning styles other than those they naturally prefer? In other words, if a child's preferred learning style is visual and field independent (prefers to work alone), should all instruction be based on visual, independent activities, or should the...

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Teen Suicide University of Phoenix The main factors that lead to teen suicide are having negative self-perceptions, being bored and alienated, having low self-esteem, and various other factors unknown to us. When a teen commits suicide, everyone is affected. Family members, friends, teammates, neighbors, and sometimes even those who didn't know the teen well might experience feelings of grief, confusion, guilt - and the sense that if only they had done something differently, the suicide could have been prevented(Nock 2008). So it's important to understand the forces that can...

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Mentoring vs. Induction Programs University of Phoenix An induction program is about sitting someone down and going through a list of material that needs to be understood to function in a place or institution. Mentoring is about having someone to walk through the experience with you. It's a far more human system. Teacher mentoring programs have been around for about a generation. More than half the states in the country now require mentoring for entry-level teachers. School districts, moreover, are beginning to realize that the veteran third-grade teacher who is...

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Mission and Vision Statements Fedex 2013 MISSION & VISION STATEMENTS FedEx & Google Mission & Vision Statement Analysis MISSION STATEMENT "Mission statementis a description of what an organization actually does - what its business is - and why it does it." Often called the "credo", "philosophy", "core values" or "our aspirations", organization's mission is the statement that defines its core purpose or reason for being. It tells who a company is and what it does. According to P. Drucker, often called the father of modern management, a mission is the primary guidance in creating...

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TRUE / FALSE 1. TrueFalseA side benefit of international trade is that it links national interestsand increases the opportunity costs of war. 2. True FalseWhen C Ig GDP in a private closed economy, S Ig and thereare no unplanned changes in inventories. 3. True FalseThe risk-free interest rate is the rate on long-term U.S. governmentbonds. 4. True FalseBond prices and interest rates are directly or positively related. 5. True FalseThe public debt is the accumulation of all deficits and surplusesthat have occurred through time. 6. True FalseThe...

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ACC 422 Disclosure Analysis - Starbucks 2012 Annual Report ACC 422 - Intermediate Financial Accounting II Disclosure Analysis - Starbucks 2012 Annual Report Starbucks franchise valuation has increased to record levels in recent years. This is a result of Starbuck's good command over market fundamentals and a growth in demand for its quality products. Starbucks increased valuation has made it more competitive in the market and it continues to grow exponentially in current markets. Financial disclosures in Starbucks current financial statements help a potential investor or...

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EXAMPLE #1 - Sale with extended payment terms Adani Inc. sells goods to Geo Company for 11,000 on January 2, 2012, with payment due in 12 months. If Geo paid immediately upon delivery, it would receive a cash discount of 1,000. Assume that Geo paid for the goods on December 29, 2012. Instructions - On Adani's books, record the following: (a) Prepare the journal entry to record the sale of the goods. (b) Prepare the journal entry when Geo pays for the goods. (c) How much total revenue should be recognized on this sale in 2012? EXAMPLE #1 - Solution Adani Inc. sells...

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Week 1 checkpoint The factors that make it a professional career are no different than any other professional career. First, a college degree is required. Second, continuing education is required. Third, you must be licensed and properly certified to teach. Although doctors and lawyers go to school longer, many professions only require a four-year degree. However, some colleges are now requiring five years to earn a teaching degree. By having a degree and being properly certified to teach a teacher can then do the following in his or her classroom. 1. The ability to make decisions...

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Week 3 DQ 1: Due Tuesday, May 12, 2009 Subject line:Your Name Week 3 DQ 1 Please post your response by replying to this thread. Discussion Question 1 Is it best to adjust instruction to teach in accordance with individual learning styles, or should students experience and be encouraged to participate in activities that require learning styles other than those they naturally prefer? In other words, if a child's preferred learning style is visual and field independent (prefers to work alone), should all instruction be based on visual, independent activities, or should the...

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Teen Suicide University of Phoenix The main factors that lead to teen suicide are having negative self-perceptions, being bored and alienated, having low self-esteem, and various other factors unknown to us. When a teen commits suicide, everyone is affected. Family members, friends, teammates, neighbors, and sometimes even those who didn't know the teen well might experience feelings of grief, confusion, guilt - and the sense that if only they had done something differently, the suicide could have been prevented(Nock 2008). So it's important to understand the forces that can...

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Mentoring vs. Induction Programs University of Phoenix An induction program is about sitting someone down and going through a list of material that needs to be understood to function in a place or institution. Mentoring is about having someone to walk through the experience with you. It's a far more human system. Teacher mentoring programs have been around for about a generation. More than half the states in the country now require mentoring for entry-level teachers. School districts, moreover, are beginning to realize that the veteran third-grade teacher who is suddenly...

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When I finish my education, I would like to open a small day spa. My Career path while at Trident Tech will be general business. It will hopefully one day make me a very successful individual. One of the most important parts of every business is marketing. However, marketing is similar to playing the lottery; its either hit or miss. A marketing strategy could either pay off big or cost you big bucks. In todays business world small businesses are in competition with the global market. In an article by J. Thomas, he states, Small business survive not by competing head...

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CTO of a retail organization that has adopted the RFID technology. Advantages: As the CTO of a retail organization, the use of RFID technology will allow for better inventory management of stock. RFID allows better tracking of products from when it leave the warehouse until it arrives at the store. It keeps a detail log of its every movement along the way and can allow for grantee of available of stock. It can be used to keep costumers informed about something is available in the store as well as how many. By using the new technology my organization could gain a competitive...

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Axia College Material Appendix A Meditation Worksheet Directions: Locate two resources on the Internet that explain meditation techniques. Copy and paste the Web address into the top of the matrix. After reviewing the Web site, provide a brief summary for each source. Below your summary, list two interesting facts you learned from each site. Try the techniques you located in your Internet search. Provide a brief description of what happened in your experience. Be sure to answer the two questions below the matrix also. 1. Do you think meditation leads to heightened...

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DQ 1: Refer to the charts on p. 6 & p. 20 ofPsychology and Your Life. Identify the five major perspectives in the field of psychology and list one subfield for each. There are a lot of things on the charts that I found interesting in the field of psychology. I think for me I have never studied the field of psychology but I always knew that it would be very interesting. I have always wanted to take this class but I am nervous that i might do bad. The five main things that I found interesting on the charts and the article are as followed: cognitive psychology,which focuses on...

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Week 4 question 1 Post a 150- to 300-word response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply: Review pp. 244-248 of Psychology and Your Life. What are the five different approaches to motivation? Choose one of the approaches and explain how it affects motivation. The five different approaches to motivation are instincts, drive reduction approaches to motivation, drive, homeostasis, and arousal approaches to motivation. Drive reduction approaches to motivation affects an individual and how he or she can or not be motivated. In such methods as of personal determination or...

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PSY201 week 6 Dq1 Post a 150- to 300-word response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply: Review the major physical, moral, and cognitive changes that occur in adolescence discussed in Module 27 of Psychology and Your Life. Erikson's chart on p. 313 shows the psychosocial development stage during adolescence. What is this stage? Provide an example from your childhood where you discovered your own role and personality traits. What peer pressure did you face? How did you respond to it? This stage is, considered the identity versus role confusion. From...

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Study Guide Lesson 6: Introducing Metaphysics Points: 1) The three metaphysical questions - 1) what is real (people, activities, and places), 2) what is ultimately real (what are the basic constituents of reality), and 3) what is man's place in what is real 2) The meaning of ultimately real - often this analysis of real things into their constituents is carried on in scientific terms, but a metaphysician may want to ask whether the constituents identified by science are the "ultimate reals" or whether they can themselves be analyzed in terms of something still more basic. Thus when...

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Study Guide Lesson 9: The Nature of Reality Points: 1) The problem of common sense realism - the theory of common sense realism holds that physical objects really exist and really have the properties that we perceive them to have actually, there is a problem, and seeing it is the first step toward comprehending the topics to be discussed in this chapter - consider, first of all, the claim that ordinary physical objects really have the properties that we perceive them to have what are the properties which, according to common-sense realism, ordinary objects really possess...

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Study Guide Lesson 15: Epistemology and Religious Knowledge Points: 1) What has been the traditional internalist response to the question of God's existence - "not enough evidence, God, not enough evidence" Russell's bravado underscores one long-standing objection to believing in God: that in this life we lack sufficient evidence for justifiably believing that he exists - as we saw earlier, evidentialists claim that the canons of good intellectual conduct require that we have and make use of evidence adequate to underwrite each belief we hold, and this goes for theistic beliefs as well ...

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Study Guide Lesson 19: Revelation and the Possibility of Miracles Points: 1) Four ways that special revelation is connected with miracles: 1) first, on many accounts, special revelations of God are a type of miracle - it is typical of a believer to claim that the words of the prophets or of holy books were the result of divine inspiration such revelations are not seen as events that can be given a completely naturalistic explanation so if miracles are impossible, special revelation in at least one sense will also be impossible / 2) second, miracles usually are a type of special...

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BUS201 Week 1 Discussion 2 Diversity Assess how today's increasingly diverse workforce and environment can both help facilitate and hinder a manager's responsibilities in an organization. Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. Well in today's world every work force is indeed diverse in many ways whether by the people who work for the company or the business itself. Now while a manager could be diverse their self and this allows the vision to be more broad and makes it less demanding to be a manager and of course this helps but for anyone who is one sided and cannot adapt...

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BUS201 Week 4 Discussion 1 Leadership Leadership is the process by which a person exerts influence over other people and inspires, motivates, and directs their activities to help achieve group or organizational goals. Describe how a leader differs from a manager, and when it would be more advantageous to be a manager rather than a leader, and vice versa. Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. The answer to this is fairly easy. A leader usually shows everyone how, what or where, whereas a manager makes sure everything gets done. In distinguishing between the two concepts;...

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The Criminal Justice System The criminal justice system is made up of three main branches, including law enforcement, the judiciary, and corrections. The system as a whole can be viewed and analyzed from different perspectives and considered in terms of different outcomes. After completing this week's required reading, provide your own definition for the criminal justice system. What is the purpose of the criminal justice system? Provide definitions for each of the three main branches: law enforcement, the judiciary, and corrections. What role does each branch fulfill? How do the...

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Social and Criminal Justice We usually look at criminal justice as a system, an idea, or a philosophy. Three of the major ideas that express the idea of social justice include equality, solidarity, and human rights. Explain how equality, solidarity, and human rights are examples of social justice. Identify and discuss a social justice issue in contemporary society (within the last two years) that specifically relates to equality, solidarity, or human rights. Make sure to cite a periodical that covers this issue. Social Justice protects the rights of Americans and it makes...

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The Judiciary: Pretrial, Bail, Plea Bargaining, and Trial The judiciary is an important part of the criminal justice system. After police arrest an individual, an extensive chain of events is set off in the American court system. a. Students whose names begin with the letters A - E: Explain the booking procedure to your classmates. How does it work and who is involved? b. Students whose names begin with the letters F - J: Explain preliminary hearings to your classmates. How do they work and who is involved in the process? c. Students whose names begin with the letters K - O:...

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Week 1 discussion question 1 Post a 150- to 300-word response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply: Refer to the charts on p. 6 & p. 20 of Psychology and Your Life. Identify the five major perspectives in the field of psychology and list one subfield for each. In psychology, the five major perspectives are neuroscience, cognitive, humanistic, behavioral and psychodynamic. One subfield of neuroscience is behavioural neuroscience, which examines the biological basis for the behaviour of animals and humans. Cognitive psychology, a subfield, examines and studies...

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Week 3 question 1 Post a 150- to 300-word response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply: Review the Information Processing Model tutorial located at the following link: Explain the three stages of memory. How might understanding how our memory works help us learn? There are three stages of memory: immediate memory, short-term memory, and long term memory. Immediate memory lasts 5-10 seconds, it would be like two people on opposite sides of a street trying to talk where the conversation wouldn't be clearly communicated and therefore disregarded. Short-term...

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Week 6 Adulthood and Aging: Social Processes and Development My topic and article are about social selection that can begin in early adulthood. The individuals a person chooses to surround themselves with are crucial to who that person is and becomes. The article was enlightening and gave me insight into the ways in which I interact with people. I am better able to understand many of the choices in my life when I compare it to gathered information about others. The articles states that as a person ages they tend to maintain a consistent amount of close relationships. These are the...

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PSY201 week 6 Dq1 Post a 150- to 300-word response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply: Review the major physical, moral, and cognitive changes that occur in adolescence discussed in Module 27 of Psychology and Your Life. Erikson's chart on p. 313 shows the psychosocial development stage during adolescence. What is this stage? Provide an example from your childhood where you discovered your own role and personality traits. What peer pressure did you face? How did you respond to it? This phase is, believed the personality against responsibility...

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For this discussion, I want you to go to the course material forum. Open the document labeled Therapies. I want you to look at the list and find two that sounds interesting. Open the list and practice your chosen therapy. After practicing your chosen therapies, return to this thread and 1.) identify your chosen therapy, 2.) describe your experience, 3.) share your thoughts on what you think about using the therapy, 4.) then make comments to at least two other student's postings. 1.) identify your chosen therapy, Guided Imagery 2.) describe your experience, I used the link to...

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Social Psychology Bringing It All Together According to Feenstra (2013) Social psychologists investigate how people view themselves and others, how they interact with and influence others, and how people act when part of a group. Given the amount of time spent thinking about and interacting with other people, it follows that much of our lives are spent with the subject matter of social psychology."() This is a formal research paper and must be eight to ten pages in length. Imagine that this paper will be used as a reference for individuals who are completely unfamiliar with social...

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Axia College Material Appendix A Meditation Worksheet Directions: Locate two resources on the Internet that explain meditation techniques. Copy and paste the Web address into the top of the matrix. After reviewing the Web site, provide a brief summary for each source. Below your summary, list two interesting facts you learned from each site. Try the techniques you located in your Internet search. Provide a brief description of what happened in your experience. Be sure to answer the two questions below the matrix also. 1. Do you think meditation leads to heightened sensation and...

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DQ 1 Post a 150- to 300-word response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply: Review pp. 244-248 of Psychology and Your Life. What are the five different approaches to motivation? Choose one of the approaches and explain how it affects motivation. Over here we will discuss the five different approaches to motivation. They are instincts, drive reduction approaches to motivation, drive, homeostasis, and arousal approaches to motivation. Drive reduction approach involves the proper evaluation of a person to find out the things that motivate him the most and the ones...

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DQ 1 . Post a 150- to 300-word response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply: Sally and Bob have a 3-year-old son, Jimmy. Sally thinks Jimmy has aggressive behavior because he watches too much TV. Bob thinks Jimmy has aggressive behavior just because he is a boy and boys are typically more aggressive than girls. Identify what the problem and issue are in this scenario. Let me over here give you the example of Sally and Bob. Sally and Bob had a son named Jimmy. Jimmy was a very rebellious kind of child. Never listening to his parents and always arguing. Sally and Bob...

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DQ 1 Post a 150- to 300-word response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply: Review the major physical, moral, and cognitive changes that occur in adolescence discussed in Module 27 of Psychology and Your Life. Erikson's chart on p. 313 shows the psychosocial development stage during adolescence. What is this stage? Provide an example from your childhood where you discovered your own role and personality traits. What peer pressure did you face? How did you respond to it? This stage is the identity versus role confusion. Since childhood, I was an extremelyshy and...

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My results might not be accurate, but this is because my score is age adjusted. I feel that intelligence is intelligence and that age should not be a factor in this regard. Even though I do feel that the questions that were asked could indicate the types of things that a person might want to use to analyze their intelligence. Take the case of a young guy who has just cleared his high school exams. Such a child won't be having much life experience. This is why it is age adjusted. According to me there is nothing within the test that could or does show anything bias, but that is a personal...

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Week 9 DQ 1 Post a 150- to 300-word response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply: You have been exposed to previous information in your prior courses relating to stress management. What are some ways people cope with stress? Refer to p. 505 of Psychology and Your Life. What is the difference between emotion-focused coping and problem-focused coping? I personally have been exposed to subjects that were suffering stress, in my previous course such as the Introduction to University Studies. It took me some time to get used to examining the patients. Moreover, in...

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The __________ approach to the nature-nurture issues states that it is a combination of both environment and heredity that influence development. A.developmental B.interactionist C.structured D. biological __________ is the fifth stage of Erikson's theory that describes a time in adolescence that one determines their unique qualities and knowledge of role A. B. C. D. What is the fairly long developmental stage that begins before the teenage years and ends just after them? A.Puberty B.Concrete Operational...

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Additional Questions Topic: Question: __________ parents are firm, setting limits for their children. As the children get older, these parents try to reason and explain things to them. Answer: Authoritative Topic: Question: Which of the following is not true regarding social development? Answer: Social developmental transitions are qualitative Topic: Question: The __________ approach to the nature-nurture issues states that it is a combination of both environment and heredity that influence development. Answer: interactionist Topic: Question: The __________ perspective...

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"Did you know it all along": Understanding Hindsight and Foresight Bias Hindsight bias refers to the tendency of the knowledge of a result to bias the impressions of foreseeability of the outcome. In another instance, Blank et al. (cited in Calvillo, 2013) define hindsight as the tendency for an outcome acquaintance to bias the previous outcome anticipations. Researchers have managed to come up with accumulating evidence regarding three aspects of hindsight biases namely impressions of inevitability, foreseeability and distortions of memory. These three components of biases are affected...

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STR 581 FINAL EXAM SET 1 NEW 2016 1. Because practical considerations make job tryouts for all candidates infeasible, it is necessary to __________ the relative level of job performance for each candidate on the basis of available information. predict accept assign abandon 2. Some studies indicate the best approach for transformational change may have the chief executive officer create an atmosphere for change but let others decide how to initiate change and begin establishing a vision but carefully set limits for the program and establish a reward system Click here to download 3. Which...

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STR 581 FINAL EXAM SET 1, 2 & 3 NEW 2016 SET 1 1. Because practical considerations make job tryouts for all candidates infeasible, it is necessary to __________ the relative level of job performance for each candidate on the basis of available information. predict accept assign abandon 2. Some studies indicate the best approach for transformational change may have the chief executive officer create an atmosphere for change but let others decide how to initiate change and begin establishing a vision but carefully set limits for the program and establish a reward system Click here to...

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PROJ 598 - Contract and Procurement Management ------------------------------------------------------------------------- (DeVry - July 2016) Week 2 Thread 1 - Make-or-Buy (graded) The plan procurement process from the PMBOK Guide really begins with a make-or-buy decision. What are some things an organization should take into account during a make-or-buy decision? Why are these important? This section lists options that can be used to view responses. Collapse All Print View Show Options Responses Responses are listed below in the following order: response, author and the...

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PROJ 598 - Contract and Procurement Management ------------------------------------------------------------------------- (DeVry - July 2016) Week 1 Thread 2 - Procurement SOW (graded) One of the most important outputs from the plan procurement process is the procurement statement of work (SOW). Who should write the SOW? How detailed should it be? Why is this important? This section lists options that can be used to view responses. Collapse All Print View Show Options Responses Responses are listed below in the following order: response, author and the date and time the...

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1. The view in which the basing relationship between beliefs is deductive: Strong foundationalism 2. According to externalism one must be aware of whether his cognitive processes are functioning properly or not. False 3. The doxastic assumption is: The idea that what justifies a belief is another belief 4. The areas on knowledge that Descartes doubted include: Knowledge based on intuition 5. Christopher Columbus was convinced that he discovered a route to the East Indies because it lined up with his maps and the current beliefs of his day. However, he was wrong. This example demonstrates a...

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1. Identify the following type of argument: If Frank goes to the store, then Ben will go to the library. Frank went to the store, so Ben went to the library. A hypothetical syllogism 2. It is possible for an argument to be valid and all the premises to be false. True 3. We know that the laws of logic are self-evident and undeniable because- You have to use them to deny them 4. Propositions are evaluated according to their- Truth value, whether they are true or false 5. In a valid deductive argument the conclusion follows necessarily from the premises- True 6. Identify the fallacy: There...

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NASCAR Case Analysis Can't Keep a Good Company Down Problem Statement: NASCAR's successful branding strategy has made it become one the top sports in America. NASCAR faces the challenge of losing TV viewers along with live viewers and must find a way to increase their audience size and in return increase sponsorship. Situation Analysis: NASCAR's main revenue source is from its sponsors. Lower viewership, means less sponsorship and because NASCAR depends so heavily on its sponsors as a source of revenue, NASCAR is feeling the effects of these endorsement cuts. The recession of...

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NASCAR Case Analysis Can't Keep a Good Company Down Problem Statement: NASCAR's successful branding strategy has made it become one the top sports in America. NASCAR faces the challenge of losing TV viewers along with live viewers and must find a way to increase their audience size and in return increase sponsorship. Situation Analysis: NASCAR's main revenue source is from its sponsors. Lower viewership, means less sponsorship and because NASCAR depends so heavily on its sponsors as a source of revenue, NASCAR is feeling the effects of these endorsement cuts. The recession of...

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Strategic Management Dell Every organisation has different processes it uses to be successful and there are some that are quite essential for a business to identify what it is doing right and what it is not doing. Through this process clearly analysed in Dell Corporation in this report it is able to help a business grow, and thus by identifying all this factors a business is able to make starategic decisions on what is best for the business and develop goals that will help move the company forward. So by looking at Dell we will be able to identify all this important processes and thus run...

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BUS 401- Chapter 3 - MC Study online at 1. SWOT's focus on Which of the following is not a 13. supports both Human resource management the external limitation of SWOT (strengths, individual primary consists of activities involved in environment is too weaknesses, opportunity, threats) and support activities the recruiting, hiring, training, broad and analysis? and the entire value ...

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Network Topology Star Topology has its own cable that connects to a central hub or switch, multipoint repeater, or even a Multistation Access Unit. Data passes through the hub to reach other devices on the network. A hub, switch, or computer acts as a router to transmit messages this is in its simplest form. Star reduces the chance of failure in the network by connecting all of the systems to a central node. Star is the most common networks because of the ease of configuring and troubleshooting it. If a wire goes...

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Windows Server 2012 has many roles and features that are helpful for the companyX to meet its requirements. The roles of this server are discussed below: Active Directory Domain Services (ADDS)- It helps in hosting Active Directory database that is used for authenticating users to access the resources as per the authorization rules. Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS)- This service will help in providing access to all resources through single login. The users will need not to remember different passwords for different resource access, only one user-id and password will provide...

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SS310-01 Exploring the 1960s: An Interdisciplinary Approach Eugene Hammond Kaplan University August 5, 2013 As the team opens this time capsule, the items enclosed look very promising in giving us some insight to what history claims to be a defining era in our history, covering the 1960's. Our first item is a slang dictionary of the times (Rich), which will allow us to translate some of the communications that we have found over the years. It seems this generation had its own vocabulary and at times seemed to redefine the meaning of their basic language and words could have...

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Sketch answers for Econ 3520 Final Exam Spring 2013 I have not proofread the following, best I can do to answer your inquiries as time is running short for us all this semester. Highlighting embedded in the unhighlighted exam questions. Each question has the same value and sub questions split a questions value equally. NB: I am aiming for logic and intuition, for some of you modeling may be useful, but it is not required. Note that implicitly each question includes a concept like why? and implicitly asks explain. 1. Short answer questions a. ...

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True or False. Justify for full credit. (25 pts) (a) The normal distribution curve is always symmetric to its mean. True . this is because the mean, median and mode all lie about the same position. (b) If the variance from a data set is zero, then all the observations in this data set are identical. True. The variance is a measure of dispersion from the if the data set are identical then it would imply that the deviation from the mean is equal to zero. C P(AANDA c )1, whereA c isthecomplementofA. True. This is the case because the maximum probability in a given sample space is...

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Acct System AUDITING 300 Semester 2 2012 - ASSIGNMENT 1 (Due Date: 20th August 2012) ACCT300 ) Bob is an audit assistant currently undertaking university studies Please answer all three questions Question 1: The following are independent situations: (i) Bob is an audit assistant currently undertaking university studies. While auditing the books of Club Casino, he comes across certain financial information that he believes will assist him in completing one of his university assignments. He copies the information and uses it in his assignment, carefully removing all reference to Club...

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1) Each of the following situations involves a possible violation by a member in industry of the AICPA's Code of Professional Conduct. For each situation, indicate whether it violates the Code. If it violates the Code, indicate which rule is violated and explain why. a) You are a CPA and controller of ABC, Inc. ABC's' external auditors have asked you to sign the management representation letter. You signed the management representation letter, even though you know that full disclosures have not been made to ABC's external auditors. b) You were hired by XYZ, inc. to supervise its...

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Strategic Information Technology Plan Name Institution Professor name Course Date Strategic Information Technology Plan Riordan Manufacturing, a leading global manufacturer of plastic containers, parts, and fan parts, is wholly owned by Riordan Industries, Inc. Riordan's fan manufacturing plant was purchased in 1992 when it was located in Michigan. In 2000, the company moved its fan manufacturing operation to China where it now resides. Riordan Manufacturing plans to move its operations in China from Hangzhou to Shanghai and it is important to create an Information...

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THE BRAZILIAN FEDERAL DATA PROCESSING SERVICE The Brazilian Federal Data Processing Service, known as Serpro, will construct a protected email scheme for Brazil's federal administration in the succeeding medium reports that overseas cleverness agencies to intercept electronic infrastructures in the nation. The internet is a technical innovation that has made way through innumerable changes to lawful relations whereby one gathering intends to be given a good beforehand predetermined by means of a legal gadget, from an additional party - for instance, any type of accord concerning...

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2 page essay that summarizes how microeconomics affects Ebay. What is eBay? eBay is one of the most popular ways to buy and sell goods and services on the internet. It's a website where individuals and businesses can buy or sell new or second-hand items, from books and clothes to cars. eBay is the world's online marketplace; a place for buyers and sellers to come together and trade almost has both provided consumers with an efficient market for the exchange of goods and researchers with fertile ground for testing academic theories about empirical evidence from this rich environment has...

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To complete the I-Search, replace the text below with your responses Name: Date: Teacher: Title Section 1: What I Already Know Paragraph 1:What is your topic and why you care? Paragraph 2: What you already know about it (Consult your green sheet for these) Section 2: What I Want to Know List your questions (4 to 6) and a "best guess" for each question. (Consult your green sheet) Section 3: Research Formatted by Source 1. Source:_____________________ "In order to answer________ I had to first look_______" Explain what you were looking for, why you looked for this source, and how...

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Running Head: Habeas Corpus and the global war on terror Habeas Corpus and the global war on terror Your name University Name Instructor Name Habeas corpus Habeas corpus is aimed to protect the people and their civil liberties. It is an old English law and this permits the people to challenge the legitimacy of their imprisonment if they arrested. The main principle of habeas corpus is to check an illegal custody. The habeas corpus in context of war on terror represents an issue, that is why it has certain suspension, and it prevents the terrorist from the right to habeas corpus....

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Transnational IT Operations CMGT/578 - CIS STRATEGIC PLANNING TRANSNATIONAL IT OPERATIONS In today's realm of business, we have often heard the benefits of information technology in corporate operations. IT can provide businesses with lower cost structure, higher productivity and higher efficiency in various areas. The presence of IT and a sound IT department could facilitate the advantages above by: avoiding lost sales from consumers being unable to place orders or make purchases; decreasing cost of daily operation and optimizing time utilization within them;...

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Activity 2 - Bounded Ethicality Economists have often modelled human decision makers as completely rational. According to this model, rational people know their own preferences, gather and accurately process all relevant information, and then make rational choices that advance their own interests. However, Herbert Simon won a Nobel Prize in economics by pointing out that people are rational, but only boundedly so in that they seldom gather all available information, they often do not accurately process the information that they do gather, nor do they necessarily know what it is that will...

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Name Course Tutor Date Oedipus The Ecopsychology of Oedipus is a tragedy described by Sigmund Freud in his theory of the unconscious. He was inspired by the ancient Greek tragedy Oedipus Rex by Sophocle. The author associates psychology to a growing tree after it was planted. A seed grow after it is planted including the seed of a discipline. It is possible to transplant, trim and graft the original plant. The concept is associated to modern discipline of psychology which is typical to ecopsychological aspect. In the Theban Tragedy, Oedipus discovered that he had killed his father and...

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Internet Search Institution Affiliation Date: When searching the internet one needs to search most reputable and reliable resources. Some sources do give reliable information while others do not really offer such useful information. Therefore there is need to take time and understand the internet resource before making conclusion of the credibility and reliability of a site. In this case the key tem is search for salary for the Web Designer in Pennsylvania set using different websites. The most reliable site in this case is when searching for the salary of a Web designer....

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Code of Ethics Within the Medical Profession: A Brief Discussion Code of Ethics Within The Medical Profession: A Brief Discussion This paper takes a look at the Code of Ethics used by physicians in their medical practice. It provides a definition of medical ethics, and gives the penalties imposed for such violations. It outlines a few occurrences in which this code has been violated, and offers suggestions about improving adherence to this code. What is bioethics? It is a...

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List of Journals Look for an article is based on a keyword search like "Breast Cancer Diagnostics" or "Diabetes Therapy" 1. Go to pubmed () 2. Click below on Free full text option on left side 3. Type the subject you are looking for 4. Find a suitable article. a. You should be able to understand and explain. b. It should have "Materials and Methods" and actual experiments. It cannot be a review. c. It should have graph/ figures. OR Find an article from one of these journals 1. Medicine Journal Free Access website 2. Journal of Biological Engineering. ) 3. Advance journal of...

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Course Description (from Cardinal Station ) In 1991 there was much hope that the Soviet-era totalitarian society and command economy in Central Asia would be replaced with market-based democracies. Yet, after a decade of independence it is obvious that transition in Central Asia has been not toward democracy and pluralism, but to different forms of authoritarianism. The course focuses on domestic and international politics of the five Central Asian states -- Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. It will analyze the causes of the failed political and uneven...

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Educational Material Strategy for disseminating significance of project outcomes to all the stakeholders 1. Presentations: The stakeholders like physicians, patients and other healthcare professionals will be communicated by presentations having the strategic framework, challenges of implementation and proposed outcomes after the implementation of hourly rounding of the nurses. It should also have the quantitative and qualitative aspects related to it. 2. Seminars: The stakeholders mentioned above can be provided an interactive platform to participate and know about the various aspect of...

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Syllabus J467-567 Documenting War: Mission: The mission of J467-J567 is to study the history, technique, art, content, messages and meanings of documentary and dramatic cinema media film representation of war and of war itself. Borrowing from one of our primary readings Loren Baritzs landmark book Backfire: A History of How American Culture Led Us into Vietnam and Made us Fight the Way We Did, it also looks at American Culture and who we are as a nation and a culture, as reflected in the wars we fight and the ways we fight, conduct, and represent them. Course Description: This class...

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Unit VIII Article Critique The Brisson-Banks (2010) article in the required reading for this unit compares the five different change management models presented in this unit, and it describes various situational variables that could influence the effectiveness of each. Utilizing all of the knowledge accumulated through this and the previous units, write a critique of the article. In your paper, be sure to include the following: Evaluate different aspects of organizational change. Discuss the role that leader vision and organizational climate plays in a change management strategy. ...

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(TCOs 3, 6, 7, 9) Here is a passage that contains a rhetorical fallacy. Name the fallacy, and in a paragraph, explain why the argument is irrelevant to the point at issue. Here is your example for this question: An editorialsays, "Taxes have jumped by more than 30% in just two years!The governor is working for a balanced state budget, but it'll be on the backs of us taxpayers; the people who have the very least to spend!It seems pretty clear that these increased taxes are undermining the social structure in this who isn't angry about this just doesn't understand the situation and hasn't...

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NR 601 Primary Care of the Maturing and Aged Family Practicum -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (Chamberlain - Fall 2016) Discussion Part One (graded) You meet your first patient of the morning. A.K. is a 65-year-old Caucasian male who you are seeing for the first time. Both wife and daughter are present. Background He reports that he has had an 18-pound unintentional weight loss in the last 2 months I am just not hungry anymore, and when I do eat, I get full so fast. In fact, it is really hard to eat, and I dont eat nearly as...

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NR 601 Primary Care of the Maturing and Aged Family Practicum -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (Chamberlain - Fall 2016) A.K. 65yo M S. CC-Weight Loss HPI-He is here today because in the past 2 mo. he has lost 18 lbs unintentionally. Not hungry and when he does eat he gets full fast. He is not eating as much as he used to, not hungry, eats 3 times a day. Feels more tired than usual, not sleeping well at night, daytime somnolence. His wife wakes him up at night when he is snoring or when she thinks I am not breathing. He states...

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NR 601 Primary Care of the Maturing and Aged Family Practicum -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (Chamberlain - Fall 2016) Discussion Part One (graded) B.J., a 70-year-oldCaucasianfemale has been seen in the clinic several times over the last 3 years. However, she missed her last annual appointment-last appointment was 18 months ago and today you are the nurse practitioner seeing her. She arrived to the clinic alone and states she is here for my check-up. Background: The patient reports that my feet just burn and tingle all the...

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NR 601 Primary Care of the Maturing and Aged Family Practicum -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (Chamberlain - Fall 2016) Discussion Part One (graded) Katie Smith, a 65 year-old female of Irish descent, is being seen in your office for an annual physical exam. You are concerned since she has rescheduled her appointment three times after forgetting about it. She and her husband John are currently living with their daughter Mary, son-in-law Patrick, and their four children. She confesses that while she loves her family and...

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NR 601 Primary Care of the Maturing and Aged Family Practicum -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (Chamberlain - Fall 2016) Discussion Part One (graded) John Smith, a 68 year-old man, was brought to the clinic by his son-in-law Patrick. John presents with a 24-year history of psoriasis. The ointments are no longer working to control his skin condition, and it is spreading to areas on his body where it had never been before. John also reports pain in this knees and hands. Patrick voices concern that John might be...

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PROJ 598 - Contract and Procurement Management ------------------------------------------------------------------------- (DeVry - July 2016) Week 3 Thread 2 - Plan Contracting (graded) We have now studied the plan contracting process. We have explored the procurement SOW and various types of contracts. Think back to past events in which you or your organization entered into a contract. Were the contract statement of work, whether verbal or written, and the type of contract aligned? Was your plan or your organizations plan aligned with where it should have been? What have you learned so...

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PROJ 598 - Contract and Procurement Management (DeVry - July 2016) Week 6 Thread 1 - Controlling Procurements (graded) We are nearing the end of our study of procurement. Here are a number of questions to see what you have learned about the overall process and about control procurements in particular. Which type of contract requires the least contract administration during control procurement phase? Which type requires the most? Why? Why is it commonly difficult to get work finished under a firm fixed-price contract? Why is it sometimes difficult to get the seller to complete work...

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PROJ 598 - Contract and Procurement Management (DeVry - July 2016) Week 6 Thread 2 - World Class PMO (graded) More and more companies are using the project-management discipline, internally and externally, to provide a highly focused, integrated, multifunctional solution that meets or exceeds their customers' expectations. Project managers and CMs are working side by side to make this happen in world-class organizations. Take a look at the project management maturity model described in Chapter 13 of our World Class Contracting text. How do you imagine project management might aid or...

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PROJ 598 - Contract and Procurement Management (DeVry - July 2016) Week 7 Thread 1 - Uniform Commercial Code (graded) TCO H is as follows: Given a claim on a major contract, analyze the role of commercial terms and conditions, the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), and applicable government regulations on the outcome. Assume that you are a seller, and the buyer makes a claim on a major contract that you oversee. Let's discuss the following aspects of the UCC. First, how might commercial terms and conditions impact the outcome? Second, analyze the potential role of the UCC on the outcome....

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MGMT 520 - Legal, Political and Ethical Dimensions of Business ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Guide for DeVry Students Midterm Exam, Question 1: Possibility 1 requires you to discuss the ethics and legality of the Federal Government recording or tracking calls or performing internet searches without a warrant. You might wish to discuss the USA Patriot Act and the impact of national security concerns. What about the 4th Amendment? 1. (TCO A) Under what circumstances might it be ethical for the federal government to record or...

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CAT: Week 2: One Minute Reflection Directions: Take only one minute to write a reflection on the following: According to the Gospel of St. Matthew, Jesus taught Thou shalt love the Lord Thu God with all Thu heart, and with all Thu soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great commandment, (Matthew 22:37- 38, KJV). In this scripture, Jesus teaches that the first great commandment is to love God with heart, soul, and mind. It is based off of the Shema (Shma: an Old Testament prayer) found in Deuteronomy 6:5. In essence, Jesus teaches that to love Him requires doing it with All...

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University of Phoenix Material Renaissance Matrix (10pts) Identify two examples of leading figures in art, politics, and culture that represent the ideals of the Renaissance period. Renaissance Artist 1 Renaissance Artist 2 Who is it? When did he live? Where did he live? Michelangelo 1475-1564. Italian Renaissance period, in Italy. (Rome, Florence) Leonardo da Vinci 1452-1519 Anchiano Tuscany (known as Italy now) Vinci, Florence and Milan and in France, Amboise The work of art Paintings The Torment of Saint Anthony, c. 1487 Madonna and Child with St John and Angels, c....

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NUR502 Week 5 Applying Theory to a Practice Problem Purpose: It is important to understand how research can help you in your everyday environment as a nurse. In this assignment, you will identify a practical problem that emerges from the evidence in the extant literature or professional practice. Directions: Chose a problem that you are encountering in your practice or about which you have read in the current literature. Write a paper (250 to 500 words) that describes a practical problem that emerges from the evidence in the extant literature or professional practice. The paper should...

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**A+ Work! Use this paper as a guide to help you get a great grade! Study guide 1 Be sure to include questions with your answers and send finished study guide as an attachment to my email: [email protected] COVERS Chapters1 : Childhood and Delinquency and Chapter 13: Juvenile Justice Then and Now Videos: Orphan Trains and status offenders Optional: Juvenile justice system Powerpoints: childhood and delinquency, History of the Juvenile Justice system 1.Describe the concept of Parens Patriae and explain how it relates to the juvenile justice system. 2, What were the Orphan...

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MKT 421 Final Exam Study Guide 1. Genetech Corp. has invested heavily to develop a patented new product. Genetech wants to achieve a rapid return on its investment. It probably should set a ______________ pricing objective. Profit maximization Explanation: A profit maximization strategy will seek out the highest level of return on the new product. 2 . When an advertiser pays a fixed amount (e.g. 70 cents) each time a Web surfer clicks on the advertiser's ad and links to the advertiser's website, this process is called a(n): pay-per-click. Explanation:...

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A+ Solution Business Studies Assignment 3 Resistance to Change One of the biggest challenges associated with change is that people are often resistant to changes, even if the changes are an improvement over the current state. It is management’s job as change agents to help others to cope with resistance to change, and in the best case, to readily accept the change and understand how it is for the betterment of the organization. Everyone may react to a change differently, so management is not going to be able to use a general approach to helping employees cope with...

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A+Solution Leadership Studies Where does motivation come from, and why is it important to the discussion of leadership? Use this as your source: Daft, R. L. (2011). The leadership experience (5th ed.). Mason, OH: South-Western.

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Final Project: The Broadway Caf Click on to view all of your assignments which are located in the content areas of the Cohesion Case Diagram tab. It is recommended that you work on each piece of the final project during the topic week in the course. Simply follow the hyperlink in each component to view your assignment. Please complete parts 1 and 2 during Week 4 and parts 3, 4, and 5 during Week 10. The Broadway Caf Overview You have recently inherited your grandfather's coffee shop, The Broadway Cafe, which is conveniently located in downtown (your city). The cafe offers...

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Name Course Institute Overview The process associated with translation of an idea or perhaps technology which is converted into services that will generates worth or actually consumers will pay for it. To be known as a good innovation, an idea must be applicable on an economical cost and also selected according to need. Innovation entails deliberate app associated with facts, thoughts and also gumption throughout...

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Relativity and Multiculturalism Name Student number Course name Course code Instructor's name Date Relativism and Multiculturalism Thesis Statement Cultural relativism as opposed to absolutism is a morally defunct theory as it, on the basis of isolated cultures, seeks to endorse behaviors that should be condoned by the integrated human society and their perpetrators held responsible Introduction Cultural relativism and moral absolutism are two ethical approaches to philosophy that stand on opposite sides of the spectrum. Both theories strive to provide guidance on how to...

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Name: Tutor: Collage: Course: Date: Need for Major Record Labels In the music industry, the companies that manufacture music records and distribute, and promote it, simply known as the record labels. Instead of being involved directly in promoting the music, the record labels also pay promotion fee of by other people either though broadcast or other means. The record labels exists in two major types which include, the major record labels - which are a part of another major company or simply owned by other companies and then there is independent record labels who exist without a financier...

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Name: Instructor's Name: Course: Date: Business and Professional Communication: Social study indicates that effective, as well as socially appropriate business communications are fundamental elements that help in determining a person's integrity as well as presentation in a business organization (University Of Phoenix, pg. 20). According to the article provided, some ways in which receivers of messages provide feedback when listening to or reading a message include body language such as falling asleep, facial expression, or verbal communication. As documented in the article, it has been...

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Running Head: SAMPLING AND DATA COLLECTION PLAN Sampling and Data Collection Plan Student Name University Name Date Instructor Name It is believed by most of the critics that the DOTA has to struggle a lot to achieve the goal of recycling the cups in the forthcoming years. (Recycling & Reducing Waste, n.d.).The may reason for this is due to the inefficiency to recycle the hot cups. This paper focuses on the relationship among the number of cups recycled and the number of recycling units. In this case the number of cups recycled is the...

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Bonds Valuation Student's Name Institution affiliation Bonds Valuation Bond Company/ Rating Face Value (FV) Coupon Rate Annual Payment (PMT) Time-to Maturity (NPER) Yield-to-Maturity (RATE) Market Value (Quote) Discount, Premium, Par A-Rated General Electric Capital/AA 1,000 % 15 % 1, Premium B-Rated Hercules Inc./BB 1,000 % 15 % 1, Premium C-Rated Albersons Inc./CCC 1,000 % 17 % Discount Explain the relationship observed between ratings and yield to maturity. So By looking at Coupon Rate & YTM, one can predict of Bond is traded at Par, Discount or...

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Legalization Of Marijuana Instructor Class Date Name Legalization of marijuana in United States has been under discussion for a very long time and it has evolved itself into a social and a political debate now. Those who have advocated for its legalization have their own reasons while majority especially stemming from the medicinal effects of cannabis hold to the view against its legalization. Many people view the current approach to restriction of marijuana as flawed from the fact its usage has failed to contain the usage of the drug for many years now. They therefore...

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Human Nature Institution Affiliation Date: People believe and live differently in the world. Culturally and religiously, people think differently and they have a different feeling and also act according to a certain way. These actions are natural to the human beings and independently according mainly to the influence of culture and the cultural beliefs. These characteristic are evident in all the cultures and are important to note since they gives the difference or similarities between different sections of the society. With the study of the anthropology it is possible to...

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Analysis of Energy Sources Your Name University of UniversityName Purpose The purpose of the report is to find out which energy source has small environmental effects and also to find out how much contaminants and pollutants are released into the air. The purpose is to reveal how many tons of fuel needed to keep each energy source operational. The results will positively give us an idea of the most efficient energy source and which sources is better for human sustainability. Introduction Today the pollution is getting worse day by day. Due to...

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The article opens up with the World War II era as women working in industries has helped a major economic boosts and the start in importing materials for the war. However after take over of GE, there has been concerns regarding how the future of such thriving companies will survive if the exportation will decrease. The politicians and people in corporations have hoped that that in reconstructing the bases in exporting and manufacturing from US only will assist in their revenue however with the lack of exchange from the other nations, it fail to thrives in these measures due to the lack of...

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Business Research Report Name Institutional Affiliation Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Executive Summary 3 Introduction 3 Research Findings 4 Insurance Benefits 4 Analysis 4 Performance Based Compensation 4 Analysis 5 Longevity compensation strategy 5 Analysis 6 Recommendations 6 Conclusion 6 References 7 Executive Summary This is an analysis of three compensation strategies that an organization can use to reward its employees. In order to boost employee motivation and morale in the office, it is good to reward them for work done. These rewards are an addition to their...

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Running Head: SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN WORK PLACE SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN WORK PLACE Student's Name University Name Date Instructor Name Any violence against women through word or action is termed, as sexual harassment. There was no law against this for a long time. It was strongly believed that woman had to bear with this and they are not supposed to react or oppose this action by the opposite sex. Today this belief and approach has been changed. People have accepted that women are also to be considered as the fellow beings and in no way are they inferior to men. Laws have been enforced...

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Ethics and Professionalism Student's Name University Name Date Instructor's Name Abstract Ethics is considered to be the rules that is used by an individual to distinguish between the right and wrong. It can be considered to be the continuous efforts of an individual to identify the moral values and the moral conduct to ensure that they do not do any mistakes in their life. Following the law and being ethical are two different things. Law often incorporates ethical ideas in the enforcement of the law. (Andre & Velasquez, n.d.). Ethical standards in law are...

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Page 1 1. (TCO 4) Three commonly used methods of evaluating marketing programs are marketing metrics, marketing dashboards and (Points: 5) marginal analysis. marketing audits. marketing ROI. marginal analysis. marketing control boards. 2. (TCO 1) Marketing plans must enable results to be compared with planned targets which allows __________, the flexibility to update original plans. (Points: 5) replanning contingency planning downsizing dynamic planning proactive change 3. (TCO 3) Which marketing strategy involves retaining focus on a single product line but marketing it to new...

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Review The Surgeon Generals Vision for a Healthy and Fit Nation 2010. Then, locate a news article or video related to obesity. Identify the source and evaluate the impact of the report, in relation to the media attention and focus on the topic of obesity. How did the report and media coverage create a sense of urgency to move the audience from complacency to action? In what ways do persuasive arguments and presentations directed toward general audiences create a call to action for reform? Your initial post should be at least 250 words in length. Support your claims with examples from...

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Communication is an important part of business in general, and can be vital to project management running on time. According to Dainty, Moore and Murray (2006): The role of the project management function is to manage the systems that relate to these features; namely the scope of work, the project organization, the quality, the cost and the duration of the project. Communication is an essential ingredient of all of these managerial requirements. (p. 12) Communication will be the glue that is able to hold the group together, especially considering each portion of the construction and...

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American Public University ACCT 300 Week 4 Quiz Question 1 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points Cash dividends are not paid on shares of treasury stock. A. True B. False Question 2 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points A fixed asset with a cost of 30,000 and accumulated depreciation of 25,000 is sold for 3,500. What is the amount of gain or loss on disposal of the fixed asset? A.2,500 loss B.1,500 loss C.2,500 gain D.1,500 gain Question 3 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points If a corporation issues only one class of stock, it is called: A. common stock. B. treasury stock. C. no-par stock. D. preferred stock. Question 4 of...

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21st Century IT Ethical Challenges The four ethical topics pertinent to organizations in the IT industry and organizations that make use of IT: 1) use of nontraditional workers, 2) whistle-blowing, 3) green computing, and 4) ICT code of ethics. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, during the period from 2006 to 2014, networking and data communications positions are forecasted to grow by 50%. In response to the projected shortfall of labor, employers are turning to contingent workers, H-1B workers, and outsourced offshore workers. H-1B as a temporary working visa granted by...

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CheckPoint New System Proposal Amanda Rodriguez December 1, 2014 IT/205 Yvette Snowden Riordan Manufacturing unified system makes it possible to secure the information. It focuses to make authorized access to its master database which cannot be accessed by anyone, not having the authority to access it. Also it works through virtual private channels that can be accessed from a distance and can be controlled by using a tablet or mobile device. The data is centralized and the employees can have its access via virtual private channels which is a private network of the organization...

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Political Radio Advertising Darrell Olson BUS 620 Dr. Gordon March 25, 2012 Political Radio Advertising In today's high-tech world, there are essentially three types of media advertising marketers try to reach us by: television, internet and radio. Given that is it 2012 and as the November elections draw closer by the day, political advertising seems to be a constant especially over the radio. One commercial in particular, which will be the focus of this paper, is being broadcasted country-wide during the month of March by an organization called NumbersUSA. This paper will...

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American University in Bulgaria BUS 330: Corporate Finance I FALL 2012, AUBG MIDTERM EXAM 1 Name: ___________________________________ ID _________ Version 1 Solution Guide INSTRUCTIONS: 1. You have 75 minutes to complete the exam. 2. The exam is worth a total of 100 points. 3. You may use a calculator and scratch paper sheets. You must hand in the sheets with your exam (put your name on it). 4. Allocate your time wisely. Use the number of points assigned to each problem as your guide. 5. In order to get full credit on the problems, you must show ALL your...

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NAME: MAC2312M/FinalExam Page 1 of 6 ______________________________________________________________________ STUDENT NUMBER: EXAM NUMBER: ______________________________________________________________________ Read Me First: Read each problem carefully and do exactly what is requested. Full credit will be awarded only if you show all your work neatly, and it is correct. Use complete sentences and use notation correctly. Remember that what is illegible or incomprehensible is worthless. Communicate....

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ACCT 346 Week 1 Homework Assignment ------------------------------------------------------------ Answer the four questions below: 1. Identify whether each of the items below is a Product Cost or Period Cost: 2. Identify whether each of the items below is a Direct Cost or Indirect Cost: 3. Identify whether each of the below is a Fixed Cost or Variable Cost: 4. Classify each as direct material, direct labor, indirect labor, indirect labor, other manufacturing overhead or period cost, and then answer the 5 questions below: ACCT 346 Week 2 Homework Assignment...

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MBA 2011-12: Effect of In-Store in Retail Buying Behavior in India A+ Grade Guided Response Review these instructions to begin preparing for what you will need to do in working on your Research Paper throughout this course. Also, review the scoring rubric provided below to see how your final paper will be graded. The research paper will consist of an objective examination of a topic in your major(s) or a topic in which you are interested. The paper will be a literature review of the topic and should be related to one or more of Ottawa's liberal arts breadth areas. Steps...

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Political Radio Advertising Darrell Olson BUS 620 Dr. Gordon March 25, 2012 Political Radio Advertising In today's high-tech world, there are essentially three types of media advertising marketers try to reach us by: television, internet and radio. Given that is it 2012 and as the November elections draw closer by the day, political advertising seems to be a constant especially over the radio. One commercial in particular, which will be the focus of this paper, is being broadcasted country-wide during the month of March by an organization called NumbersUSA. This paper will...

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Give an example of a current ideological representation in mass media (TV, film, popular fiction, etc). Explain why you think it is ideological. Make sure to use specific examples; for instance rather than women on tv for an example, you should use Tina Fey from30 Rock. (Note, for this discussion,choose a current example from 2016.) ANSWER: Example of Ideological Representation The Foundation for Economic Education in their video Minimum Wage Laws, present the ideas on how embracing mandatory minimum wage by the government will hurt the workers. These economists argue that news...

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IT Strategic Plan Part 1 and Part 2 IFSM 301 By Gene Bui Professor Alice Gretch June 28, 2015 1. Business Statement Wobbly Wheels (WW) is a regional transportation and distribution company which has 6 terminals (Philadelphia PA, Baltimore MD, New York City, Washington DC, Newark NJ and Wilmington DE) for consolidating freight, and 100 delivery vehicles including 20 tractor/semi-trailer units, 40 box trucks and 40 panel vans. Working procedure includes a dispatcher at a terminal makes a list of freight pickups and sends a truck to get the freight. He prepares a delivery ticket...

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America’s Democracy: Your Report Card. Due by Day 7. The primary goal of your last assignment is to critically analyze the primary features of the American national government. The results of your analysis will indicate what you have learned over the last five weeks. In order to accomplish this task, it is important to critically evaluate the key facets of our American democracy. You have been preparing for this final assignment each week by constructing a detailed outline of the Final Paper’s main points through the weekly Learning Activities. In addition, you have read the...

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IT Organizational Behavior 530 Managerial Roles and Functions ****HERE IS A SAMPLE OF THE ESSAY***** The purpose of this paper is to compare and contrast the managerial roles and functions for both a small and large organization. A brief overview will be provided for each company as well as a description of the organizational hierarchy. Finally, this paper will describe how management roles and functions do or do not work within each organization and why. Overview The large company that will be examined is Dell, Inc. They are a corporation that currently employs over 100,000...

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CMGT-578 Outsourcing It Functions Outsourcing IT Functions CIS Strategic Planning University Of Phoenix Abstract Outsourcing is defined as the process of obtaining professional services from third party companies that will perform the same duties as in-house employees (Thompson, 2010). But outsourcing goes beyond just obtaining professional services, it is in fact the strategic use of outside resources (Faulhaber, 2005).There are many reasons an organization can take into account to consider outsourcing their IT functions. They can range from cost cutting measures, and improving IT...

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CheckPoint Troubleshooting Techniques Assignment: Write your response to the following: Based on Ch. 12 & 14 of A Guide to Managing and Maintaining Your PC, prepare a 10-item list of troubleshooting techniques you must complete to speed up a slow Microsoft Windows 7 startup. Troubleshooting Techniques 1. Although this is not necessarily a technique, According to A Guide to Managing and Maintaining Your PC Chapter 14, it states, "Your ?rst decision in troubleshooting a failed Windows boot is to decide at what point in the boot the failure occurred. Determine if the...

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Outsourcing IT Functions Outsourcing IT Functions University Of Phoenix Abstract Outsourcing is defined as the process of obtaining professional services from third party companies that will perform the same duties as in-house employees (Thompson, 2010). But outsourcing goes beyond just obtaining professional services, it is in fact the strategic use of outside resources (Faulhaber, 2005).There are many reasons an organization can take into account to consider outsourcing their IT functions. They can range from cost cutting measures, and improving IT services, to have the...

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A+Solution IT 210 Final Project Guidelines and Grading Guide Overview The final project for this course is the creation of a research paper based on Internship Activities from the text. The final paper should demonstrate an understanding of the materials in this course, as well as the implications of new knowledge gained. The 3-4-page paper should integrate new learning into the target company example and internship work. It may include explanations and examples from previous cases and activities. The purpose of the final paper is for you to synthesize the learning achieved in...

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A+Solution IT 210 FINAL PROJECT - RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE BUSINESS OWNER + MILESTONE 1 & 2 PAPERS IT 210 Final Project Guidelines and Grading Guide Overview The final project for this course is the creation of a research paper based on Internship Activities from the text. The final paper should demonstrate an understanding of the materials in this course, as well as the implications of new knowledge gained. The 3-4-page paper should integrate new learning into the target company example and internship work. It may include explanations and examples from previous cases and...

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Cloud Technology IT 205 CheckPoint New System Proposal IT205 Flow Diagram of the Information A flow diagram is a graphical indication of the flow of information in business through system. The preliminary step to create a flow diagram is overview of a business system. The flow diagram of the information shows the input and output from the system that means where the information will come from, go to and store. The design element of flow diagram of the information contains 15 symbols for drawing related to data flow...

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ACCT 346 Final Exam (Version 1) --------------------------------------------------------------------- Page 1 Question (TCO 4) Assumptions underlying cost-volume-profit analysis include all of the following,..: (Points : 5) Question (TCO 6) Which of the following is true about activity-based costing? (Points : 5) Question (TCO 2) In a traditional job order cost system, the issue of direct materials to a production...: (Points : 5) Question (TCO 5) A cost driver is defined as: (Points : 5) Question (TCO 8) Wood Co. has considerable excess manufacturing capacity. A special job order's...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**IT 210 Final Project** The final project for this course is the creation of a research paper based on Internship Activities from the text. The final paper should demonstrate an understanding of the materials in this course, as well as the implications of new knowledge gained. The 3–4-page paper should integrate new learning into the target company example and internship work. It may include explanations and examples from previous cases and activities. The purpose of the final paper is for you to synthesize the learning achieved in this course by describing...

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Topic Print View (NEXT(a15e37cdee9b4380b30d... Antitrust and Market Power (graded) Below is a recommended topic for this discussion. If your instructor chooses a Making the Connection from this weeks readings or another alternate discussion topic, his or her chosen topic and any required work in MyEconLab or elsewhere will be in the instructors first posting. Review and chose a firm of your choice or one provided by your instructor. Is this firm a monopoly? In ...

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Project 2 - Macroeconomic Situation C The new business idea of Cousin Edgar is very innovative but being an intelligent businessman Edgar should look for all the broad demand and supply conditions in the U.S economy where he is planning to buy four gas stations and to set up the stores of convenience items at each station. Being a student of economics, I would like to give him few ideas and some broad perspectives which Edgar should be taken care of before investing such a huge amount at one instance. Gasoline is one of the major product for the economy. The price and market of many...

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SEC 576 - Risk Mitigation And Contingency Planning ------------------------------------------------------------------- Keller Graduate School of Management DEVRY UNIVERSITY: KELLER GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT SEC-576: Risk Mitigation & Contingency Planning Risk Assessment: Omega Research June 12, 2016 Professor Alexandros Veletsos Table of Contents Introduction .3 Current Omegas Security Strengths and Weaknesses of Omega System Threat Vulnerability Potential Threat...

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**A+ Work! Use this paper as a guide to help you get a great grade! BIO 101 Module 3 - SLP PRINCIPLES OF TAXONOMY Overview As you have learned in Modules 1 and 2, prokaryotes share many common features that differentiate them from eukaryotes, such as: Lack of nuclear membrane, unicellularity, division by binary-fission and generally small size. As introduced on the Home page of Module 3, various species differ and can be classified into taxonomic groups based on several characteristics. One characteristic commonly used to differentiate an organism as belonging to one species...

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? ACC 281 Week 2 DQ 2 Explain the historical cost concept as it applies to long-term operational assets. The historical cost concept refers to the long-term operational assets be documented at the amount in which they are paid for.This amount will show on the balance sheet as long as the asset is owned. In time, the asset may rise or even decrease in value, but this variation is not reflected on the accounts of the business.The historical cost of assets can be reduced due to depreciation over time. According to Edmonds (2010), "The historical cost concept requires that most...

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Hospitality Information Systems and Users Businesses in today's market depend heavily on information technology to support all of its functions. No longer do managers spend countless hours manually inputting numbers for financial or marketing purposes. The introduction of software applications has relieved much of the stress for managers and has made operating an organization more efficiently. The computer application Microsoft Excel, a spreadsheet program, is an example. Businesses today have implemented Excel into their systems. Excel is used by the four business functions that include:...

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Com 150 Final Essay Smoke How it Affects the Health of Others Secondhand Smoke: How it Affects the Health of Others COM/150 Smoking cigarettes is a habit many people have these days, and fortunately those numbers are going down. If compared with the 1940's, the number of smokers had a huge decrease nowadays. Mendes(2011), "Gallup and Healthways find the national smoking rate stuck at 21%. Although this is much lower than thehistoric highs of around 40%, Gallup found from the mid-1940s to the mid-1970s, there remains significant variation across states, with smoking levels in many...

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Health Care Reform and How it effects Family and Organisations Running Head: Health Care Reform Proposal Health Care Financial Reform Proposal The financial future of the health care industry is faltering. Financing Issues are among the most difficult problems in health care. The impact of health care reform initiatives from 2010 forward is yet to be realized. The impact on health care may take several years before health care can be reformed the way it should be. There are several problems on the horizon that is effecting the health care system. There is quality of health...

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Club It Part1 XBIS 219 Club IT Club IT is an up-and-coming nightclub that is located in the center of downtown.Ruben Keys and Lisa Tejada are the ownersand operators of this new andexciting club.The two graduated with Business Administration degrees in 2005 and havefinally realized their dream of club ownership.Keys and Tejada are passionate aboutmusic as they are bothmusicians, Keys plays the drums and Tejada plays the violin.Club IT has a broad clientele base consisting of allages, single adults, couples (young or old), local business men and women, and students (Wiley...

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Xbis 219 Club It Part 2 Club IT, Part 2 XBIS/219 Club IT, Part 2 Club IT is a hip and trendy downtown music venue developed by Ruben Keys and Lisa Tejada (Rainer, 2009). Club IT is a social club that offers live music entertainment along with food and beverages. Club IT's mission statement defines the nature of the business and the delivery of goods, products and services to its consumers. The owners of Club IT mission statement are "We, Ruben and Lisa, offer you live music, DJ's, dance space and refreshments that suit your lifestyle. You are our friends, and we seek to build a...

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Examine the major advantages and disadvantages of Microsoft charging businesses to use Skype. Determine whether or not it would be beneficial for Microsoft to charge businesses for the use of Skype. Provide a rationale for your response. IMPORTANCE OF ROBUST MIS STRATEGY FOR A COMPANY: Strategic management information system is the set containing systems considered critical to the current and future business competitiveness, and hence survival of an organization (Irwin, 2011). The importance of having a robust Information management system for a concern is: Systems can focus on...

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Using the concept of sustainable competitive advantage along with the four conditions required to produce it, explain how such a transition from hundreds of independent mom and pop video stores to a few national chains and now to Netflix, Hulu, pay-per-view, and Redbox could have taken place so quickly. Additionally, describe the current trend in the evolution of this phenomenon. Make predictions about what will come after Netflix, RedBox, and the other online players. Competitive Advantage Name Institution Date The companies brought a new business model that had far...

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"To study and conduct research for identifying relationship of the critical success factors to the success of IT software projects" Overview of Project The success of IT software projects depends on several critical success factors. These factors are directly makes impacts on projects' success. Followings are their role in projects success. Project Mission: It guides the project team members to what should be done and what not. It also describes about what is the purpose of project team members that should be achieved (Javed, Rehman & Lodhi, 2012, pp. 61-65). Senior Management...

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. If you were running a business - let's say it is the place you now work, what ratios would you like to see? How often would you like to see them? The main ratios I would like to see are return on sales ratio, sales to inventory ratio, and return on assets ratio. The sales to inventory ratio will give the measure on how fast the business inventory will be moving the cashflow within the business. This portrays the funds statistics of the business and how money is moving within the business. When the ratio is high, this will be an indication of the business sales being lost due...

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A+Solution It’s a three "Write brief summary" type of questions. they have to be referenced with the required textbooks: 1.“Computer Security Principles and Practice”, 2nd Ed, William Stallings and Lawrie Brown,Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2012 2.“The Practice of System and Network Administration”, Thomas A. Limoncelli and Christina J. Hogan, AddisonWesley, 2002 Warning: The following questions are not short-answer ones. You are expected to fully develop structured and logical arguments in your writing. A collection of key words or phrases won’t attract any marks. 1. [5...

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BUS 303 Appraising and Managing Performance - Week 3 Performance management is an important HRM function as it is the processes and actions taken to align employee performance with organizational objectives. Do you feel your company's formal performance evaluation process is effective? What steps could be taken to make it more effective? Ivancevich (2010) describes the details that encompass performance management: "an effective performance management process has a precise definition of excellent performance, uses measurements of performance, and provides feedback to employees about...

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IT 284 Hardware and Software Selection Criteria IT/284 University of Phoenix Hardware and Software Selection Criteria According to Beisse(2012), "Benchmarks are based on objective evaluation criteria, or factorsused in a product selection procedure that are relatively unbiased" (Chapter7). This method of objective criteria helps remove bias from an equation and allows a technician to perform a real world application to hardware and software that the company is considering purchasing. For example, let's say a company wants to change from using Microsoft Excel to Microsoft...

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Managing End User SystemsIT284 University of Phoenix Managing End User Systems If an end user loses data because the computer crashed, and they did not back up their files, it is the fault of the support specialist to a point. According to Beisse(2012), "In addition to system installations, support specialists often haveresponsibility for ongoing user site management tasks including mediabackup?" (Chapter9). This provides sound evidence to support the fact that if a technician did not show an end user how to backup their data, that it is their fault. Many computer systems and...

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BUS 303 W3 DQ1Performance Management Performance management is an important HRM function as it is the processes and actions taken to align employee performance with organizational objectives. Read the article and in 200-250 words evaluate whether your company's formal performance evaluation process is effective. What steps could be taken to make it more effective? What is the role of HR in performance evaluation? Who is responsible for it? Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. According to Youssef (2012), performance appraisal is the process of evaluating, accessing and...

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The key to organizational culture Read theassigned article which you can accessunder the course home area by selecting KU OnlineLibrary. Signinand select the following article from those referenced on the upper right hand side of the page underRequired Readings: Bart, C. (2011). Ethics: The key to organizational Manager,36(3), 4. Using the knowledge gained from thisarticle, your reading on culture, the Competing Values Framework, and your understanding of ethics, respond to the following questions: 1. Using the Competing Values Framework, how would you categorize the culture in your...

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Graphic Design [Your Name] IT236 Web Design I Axia College of University Of Phoenix [Your Instructor's Name] Date: March 11, 2011 Graphic Design Pictures are more descriptive than the textual description and the site purpose can be easily understood by using the graphics and other multimedia used in the webpage designing. Media formats and plug-ins The concept of the plug-ins was introduced in 1995. And to displaying or run the graphics and multimedia, some plug-ins are used. When we integrate the graphics or any multimedia format such as audio, video or any other available...

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ACC 281 week 2 dq 2 Explain the historical cost concept as it applies to long-term operational assets. The historical cost concept refers to the long-term operational assets be documented at the amount in which they are paid for.This amount will show on the balance sheet as long as the asset is owned. In time, the asset may rise or even decrease in value, but this variation is not reflected on the accounts of the business.The historical cost of assets can be reduced due to depreciation over time. According to Edmonds (2010), "The historical cost concept requires that most assets be...

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ACC 281 week 2 dq 2 Explain the historical cost concept as it applies to long-term operational assets. The historical cost concept refers to the long-term operational assets be documented at the amount in which they are paid for.This amount will show on the balance sheet as long as the asset is owned. In time, the asset may rise or even decrease in value, but this variation is not reflected on the accounts of the business.The historical cost of assets can be reduced due to depreciation over time. According to Edmonds (2010), "The historical cost concept requires that most assets be...

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Pay It Forward Name March 12, 2012 PSY 490 Radha S. Shanker, Ph.D. Pay it Forward Philosophers for centuries have debated if a prosocial act regardless of the degree of generosity or unselfishness the act may appear on its surface exists genuinely altruistic (Kowalski & Westen, 2009). People who volunteer to work at the local food closet may do so based on a genuine desire to help other people or to assist in alleviating a personal anxiety. I believe altruism exists and will provide a personal example to support this belief. In addition, I will explain further altruism, how it...

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Week 3 DQ 2 Chapter 15 of your text discusses the Adaptive Structuration Theory. This theory has three main components: Agency and reflexivity, duality of structure, and social integration. Please choose one of these elements of the Adaptive Structuration Theory and discuss your experiences with that element. Do you think the Adaptive Structuration Theory is useful in providing an understanding of how structures that are created in groups influence communication and decisions? My family and I started to go to a new churchabout ayear ago and to this day people at that church can't...

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HRM 595 (Negotiation Skills - Devry Keller) Week 2 Prenegotiation Planning and Differences Discussion Question 1 What is Framing & Why Should I do It Top of Form Week 2: Prenegotiation Planning and Differences - Discussion What is Framing & Why Should I do It? (graded) To what extent does the way you frame a problem influence the outcome of negotiation? Can you change your frame once negotiations begin?Can youhave more than one frame? What if the other side frames the problem differently than you do? Provide examples from you own experience in answering...

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Pay It Forward PSY490 Pay It Forward The act of kindness this student performed was one she does often and without a second thought. Whenever she sees an elderly person in a grocery store that appears to be looking for something or cannot reach an item she assists in any capacity she can. Her father taught this to her as the golden rule, and it is a part of her personality makeup. Her actions could be considered altruism that is selfishness in reverse. An altruistic person, he or she is helpful and concerned even when no benefits are expected in return (Myers, 2010). Altruism,...

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MGMT 591 Week 3 Course Project; Brief Proposal of Research MGMT/591: Leadership & Organizational Behavior Project Proposal Company Overview The organization that will be the topic of discussion in my final project paper is Reliant Heart Inc. Reliant Heart manufactures artificial replacements for various parts of heart. The company is headquartered in Houston, Texas. The company also has an international office in Netherlands. The major product that we deal in is HeartAssist5 VAD (Ventricular Assist Device). It is a mechanical pump to support the left heart function when the left...

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MGMT 591 Leadership & Organizational Behavior Week 4: Conflict and Communication - Discussion MGMT 591 Week 4 Discussion 2 Organizational Communication (graded) It seems common in many of today's workplaces that people don't actually talk to one another frequently. We rely on e-mail or the even less rich communication channel of text messaging. The benefits of moving lots of information quickly around an organization and between individuals are real. However, people can too frequently hide behind their computers and send messages electronically that they might otherwise censor or rethink...

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Organizational Culture Profile The culture of your organization is reflected in the shared values and beliefs that guide the thinking and behavior of members. While the prevailing culture can be somewhat subtle and abstract, it nevertheless sets patterns for the activities of the organization and the personal styles exhibited by members. These styles can range from Affiliative and Achievement oriented in organizations with constructive cultures to Competitive and Dependent in those with defensive cultures. The Organizational Culture Inventory provides a point-in-time picture of the...

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MGMT 591 Leadership & Organizational Behavior Week 6: Leadership, Organizational Culture and Change - Discussion MGMT 591 Week 6 Discussion 2 Resistance to Change (graded) When Jorge Maldonado became general manager of the local civic recreation center, he realized that many changes would be necessary to make the facility a true community resource. Having the benefit of a new bond issue, the center had the funds for new equipment and expanded programming. All he needed to do now was get the staff committed to the new initiatives. Unfortunately, his efforts have been met with considerable...

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MGMT 591 Week 7 Course Project - Employee Motivation and Training at Reliant Heart MGMT/591: Leadership & Organizational Behavior Introduction Reliant Heart, Inc. manufactures artificial replacements for various parts of heart. The company is headquartered in Houston, Texas. The company also has an international office in Netherlands. The major product that we deal in is HeartAssist5 VAD (Ventricular Assist Device). It is a mechanical pump to support the left heart function when the left ventricle of the heart is not able to pump enough blood for the body to survive. The mission of...

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MGMT 591 Leadership & Organizational Behavior Week 7: Organizational Goals and Structure - Discussion MGMT 591 Week 7 Discussion 2 Organizational Design Preference (graded) Our text takes us through a thorough review of various organizational design structures; let's investigate our own organizational design preferences. Describe your current or most recent employer's organizational design (mechanistic, organic, hybrid). Is the structure consistent with the company goals? If you had the opportunity to redesign your current organization where you are employed, would you maintain its...

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Currently, numerous Americans lack health insurance because they are unable to pay for it. However, the number of people who do not have health insurance is relatively small as compared to the overall population. USA Today reported as of September 2010, 50.7 million Americans were uninsured. In the under 18 years of age category, 16.7 % were uninsured. Source: Answer and discuss the following questions. Provide analysis and justifications to support your conclusions. What role, if any, should the U.S. Government play in health care coverage for Americans? Should the governments role in...

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ACC 306 Week 3 ACC 306 Week 3 Quiz Assignments E 1624 - DePaul Corporation - Balance sheet classification ? LO4 LO5 LO6 LO8 At December 31, DePaul Corporation had a $16 million balance in its deferred tax asset account and a $68 million balance in its deferred tax liability account. The balances were due to the following cumulative temporary differences: 1. Estimated warranty expense, $15 million: expense recorded in the year of the sale; tax-deductible when paid (one-year warranty). 2.Depreciation expense, $120 million: straight-line in the income statement; MACRS on the tax...

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Module 4 - SLP Case: Outputs Diagnosis, SLP: Time Warp 3 In Module 4, you will continue with the scenario and simulation you worked on in the Module 1, Module 2, and Module 3 SLPs. SCENARIO CONTINUATION: It is now January 2, 2012 (again), still at the beginning of Time Warp 2. You have just completed your revised strategy using CVP analysis, and you are ready to charge ahead. You implement your decisions for 2012, see the results at the end of the year, and collect these results to use later. Again, you implement the decisions you have already made for 2013, and collect the results at...

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BUS 599 Module 2 SLP Case: Organizational Diagnosis, SLP: Time Warp!! In Module 2, you will continue with the scenario and simulation you began in the Module 1 SLP. SCENARIO CONTINUATION SLP2 - It's New Year's day, 2016. You just had a great New Year's Eve celebration. You have finished analyzing the performance of Clipboard Tablet Co. in a great report that you turned in a few days early to Sally Smothers. Now you are ready to charge ahead into the future. As you turn on the TV you notice something strange. The TV commentator is saying something about New Year's Day, 2012. You look...

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**ACC 306 Week 3** ACC 306 Week 3 Quiz Assignments E 1624 - DePaul Corporation - Balance sheet classification ? LO4 LO5 LO6 LO8 At December 31, DePaul Corporation had a $16 million balance in its deferred tax asset account and a $68 million balance in its deferred tax liability account. The balances were due to the following cumulative temporary differences: 1.     Estimated warranty expense, $15 million: expense recorded in the year of the sale; tax-deductible when paid (one-year warranty). 2.    Depreciation expense, $120 million: straight-line in the income statement; MACRS...

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Smart City Proposal PROJECT DESCRIPTION We can improve the engineering workforce by expanding their knowledge of engineering, and the easiest way to do this is to teach them while still in college. Engineering students should be provided options in order to expand their knowledge outside of their engineering discipline, as well as the option to study abroad without concern of any negative effects towards their college schedule. This program will be able to do just that. In this Project Description, we will cover background information and the current state of the problem as well as how...

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ACC Week 4 ACC 306 Week 4 Quiz Assignments E 1818 - Brenner-Jude Corporation -Transactions affecting retained earnings ? LO6 LO7 Shown below in T-account format are the changes affecting the retained earnings of Brenner-Jude Corporation during 2011. At January 1, 2011, the corporation had outstanding 105 million common shares, $1 par per share. Required: 1.From the information provided by the account changes you should be able to recreate the transactions that affected Brenner-Judes retained earnings during 2011. Prepare the journal entries that Brenner-Jude must have recorded...

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ACC 306 Week 1 ACC 306 Week 1 Quiz Assignments E1321 - Disclosures of liabilities ? LO1 through LO6 Required: Indicate (by letter) the way each of the items listed below should be reported in a balance sheet at December 31, 2011. E1322 - Woodmier Lawn Products - Warranty expense; change in estimate ? LO5 LO6 Woodmier Lawn Products introduced a new line of commercial sprinklers in 2010 that carry a one-year warranty against manufacturers defects. Because this was the first product for which the company offered a warranty, trade publications were consulted to determine the...

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**ACC 306 Week 1** ACC 306 Week 1 Quiz Assignments **E1321 - Disclosures of liabilities** ? LO1 through LO6 Required: Indicate (by letter) the way each of the items listed below should be reported in a balance sheet at December 31, 2011. **E1322 - Woodmier Lawn Products - Warranty expense**; change in estimate ? LO5 LO6 Woodmier Lawn Products introduced a new line of commercial sprinklers in 2010 that carry a one-year warranty against manufacturers defects. Because this was the first product for which the company offered a warranty, trade publications were consulted to...

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Module 3 - SLP Case: Inputs Diagnosis, SLP: Time Warp 2 In Module 3, you will continue with the scenario and simulation you worked on in the Module 1 and Module 2 SLPs. SCENARIO CONTINUATION: It's New Year's Day, 2016. You just had a great New Year's Eve celebration, having finished analyzing the performance of Clipboard Tablet Company, and are ready to charge ahead into the future. You turn on the TV and notice something strange (again). The TV commentator is saying something about New Year's Day, 2012, and you realize that you are in Time Warp 2. Your decision-making process will be...

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GAssignment 2: Planning the Future at Galaxy (Week 6) Purpose: In the second assignment, students will create a SWOT analysis and provide a detailed explanation of what considerations led to the determination of the SWOT components. Students will then make recommendations and explain what factors were considered in making the recommendations. Outcome Met by Completing This Assignment: • integrate management theories and principles into management practices • employ effective planning processes to develop strategies, goals, and objectives in order to enhance performance and...

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**ACC 306 Week 4** ACC 306 Week 4 Quiz Assignments E 1818 - Brenner-Jude Corporation -Transactions affecting retained earnings ? LO6 LO7 Shown below in T-account format are the changes affecting the retained earnings of Brenner-Jude Corporation during 2011. At January 1, 2011, the corporation had outstanding 105 million common shares, $1 par per share. Required: 1.    From the information provided by the account changes you should be able to recreate the transactions that affected Brenner-Judes retained earnings during 2011. Prepare the journal entries that Brenner-Jude must...

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Date Taken: 5/29/2016 Time Spent: 2 h , 05 min , 10 secs Points Received: 151 / 165 (91.5%) Question Type: # Of Questions: # Correct: Multiple Choice Page 1 2 Question 1. Question : (TCO A) In accounting for a long-term construction-type contract using the percentage-of-completion method, the gross profit recognized during the first year would be the estimated total gross profit from the contract, multiplied by the percentage of the costs incurred during the year to the Question 2. Question : (TCO A) Tim Construction Co. began operations in 2014. Construction activity for 2014 is...

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Module 1 - SLP Strategic Review First, run the simulation using the Default Decisions. In other words, use the prices and R&D percentage that are already there. Capture or collect the results for each product (X5, X6, X7) as you run each year. Copy (using Excel, by hand, or some other method) the Financial results and Marketing results, as well as the information provided by the Advisor. REQUIRED READING: Refer to the reading on the SLP in the Module 1 Background. Then read the following scenario before you proceed: SCENARIO It is December 15, 2015. Joe Schmoe, the VP of Marketing at...

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A+Solution Strategic Choices Background In the Module 4 SLP, you will be learning how to apply and integrate the results of your SWOT Analysis with the four generic business strategies discussed in this module. Note: Before you begin the SLP, read the Required, Background and Previous SLP Assignment materials thoroughly. Required Reading If you are having trouble determining how to integrate the SWOT factors with different strategies, the following two readings may help. 1.The first article includes some examples of how RBV variables can be used to leverage a cost or...

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ACCT 504 Accounting and Finance, Managerial Use and Analysis Midterm and Final Exam (14 Sets) Week 4 Midterm Exam Set 1 (TCOs A, B, and C) Which of the following statements concerning users of accounting information is incorrect? (TCO C) Paying back long-term debt is an example of a(n) (TCO A) Resources owned by a business are referred to as (TCO A) On a classified balance sheet, prepaid expenses are classified as (TCO B) For 2012, LBJ Corporation reported net income of $40,000; net sales $1,400,000; and weighted average shares outstanding of 10,000. There were no preferred stock...

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**ACC 306 Week 3 P16-7 Sherrod** **P16-7 - Sherrod, Inc. - Multiple differences;** a. calculate taxable income; balance sheet classification ? LO4 LO6 LO8 Sherrod, Inc., reported pretax accounting income of \$76 million for 2011. The following information relates to differences between pretax accounting income and taxable income: a.    Income from installment sales of properties included in pretax accounting income in 2011 exceeded that reported for tax purposes by \$3 million. The installment receivable account at year-end had a balance of \$4 million (representing portions of...

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ACCT 551 Final Exam 1.On August 31, Jenks Co. partially refunded $180,000 of its outstanding 10% note payable, made one year ago to Arma State Bank by paying $180,000 plus $18,000 interest, having obtained the $198,000 by using $52,400 cash and signing a new one-year $160,000 note discounted at 9% by the bank. a)Make the entry to record the partial refunding. Assume Jenks Co. makes reversing entries when appropriate. b)Prepare the adjusting entry at December 31, assuming straight-line amortization of the discount. 2.Prepare journal entries to record the following retirement. (Show...

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A+Solution FACULTY OF COMPUTING, ENGINEERING and SCIENCEFinal mark awarded:_____ Assessment Cover Sheet and Feedback Form 2014/15 Module Code: IS1H422 Module Title: Professional Practice in Computing Module Lecturer: Paul Jarvis Assessment Title and Tasks: Employability and Legal/Ethical Issues in the Computing IndustryAssessment No. 1 of 1 No. of pages submitted in total including this page: Completed by studentWord Count of submission (if applicable): Completed by student Date Set: 29 September 2014Submission Date: Milestone A- week commencing 13 October...

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Health Care Issue Outline Names Date University of Phoenix HCS/552 Health Care Economics Professor Issue Statement For many years, people debated about health care reform. Unless the nation changes health care delivery services, the nation will continue to have out of control health care costs and decreased access to health care. The nation must accept the evolution of health care reform and the economics associated with the change. Health Care Issue Outline Slide 1 Introduction A. National Health Care System 1. The current national health care system is inadequate. The...

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These are the automatically computed results of your exam. Date Taken: 6/26/2016 Grades for essay questions, and Time Spent: 4 h , 00 secs comments from your instructor, are Points Received: 162 / 290 (55.9%) in the "Details" section below. Question Type: # Of Questions: # Correct: Multiple Choice 10 6 Essay 6 N/A Grade Details - All Questions Question 1: (TCO A) Amazon...

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ACC 305 Week 5 Assignments Final Paper Focus of the Final Paper Submit a seven to ten page paper on one of the major topics listed below. The paper should incorporate at least three other appropriately documented and related articles drawn from the Universitys Library. (Note: you may advance your own topic, but it must be approved by your instructor.) Explain the role of the FASB in monitoring and controlling business reporting and accounting practices in the modern organization. In what ways do FASB rules limit business practices and reporting financial information? How do such...

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**ACC 305 Week 5** Assignments Final Paper Focus of the Final Paper Submit a seven to ten page paper on one of the major topics listed below. The paper should incorporate at least three other appropriately documented and related articles drawn from the Universitys Library. (Note: you may advance your own topic, but it must be approved by your instructor.) Explain the role of the FASB in monitoring and controlling business reporting and accounting practices in the modern organization. In what ways do FASB rules limit business practices and reporting financial information? How do such...

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A+ Paper on Organizational Epistemology for University of Phoenix. The title of the paper is "Schools of Knowledge". Approximately 2500 words. Use this as a reference to help you get a great grade! Schools of Knowledge Name University of Phoenix Schools of Knowledge The derivational nature of organizational epistemology is a dilemma in itself. The nature of the dilemma infiltrates the entire continuum from how one characterizes the origins of knowledge through how this is memorialized in a venue such as an organization. Epistemology implies a stable knowledge platform,...

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EDL822, week 3 Culture Shaping Leadership Details: As a consultant to a leader in a United States corporation, you have been hired to lead a diverse team in the development of a global organization. The organization is planting business operations in Greece, Singapore, Germany, and Iran, and will be hiring employees from these diverse nations to work along with staff from the United States. In this assignment, you will address the foundational leadership concerns surrounding the development of this diverse global group of employees. General Requirements: Use the following information...

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Final Exam ENGL 1313 X2 Composition for International Students 1 Take-Home Exam Value 25% of total grade Due A Student Name __________________________ Student # _____________________________ Section ___________ There are three parts to this exam. Part One is a selection to be edited. Part Two is personal paragraph based upon selections from the textbook. Part Three is an academic paragraph based upon new online reading selections. Please do one selection each from Part Two and Part Three. Upload the entire exam in this document, with the completed writing process in each paragraph,...

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ACC 305 Week 5 P11-5 and P11-7 P11-5 on page 608 - Thompson Corporation - Property, plant, and equipment and intangible assets; comprehensive ? LO2 The Thompson Corporation, a manufacturer of steel products, began operations on October 1, 2009. The accounting department of Thompson has started the fixed-asset and depreciation schedule presented below. You have been asked to assist in completing this schedule. In addition to ascertaining that the data already on the schedule are correct, you have obtained the following information from the companys records and personnel: a....

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Starbucks Strategic Proposal BUS 402 Strategic Management and Business Policy This document has got the aim of showing a three-year strategic management suggestion for Starbuck's that includes: an economical analysis, a marketing evaluation plan, a fiscal strategy, organizational structure suggestion, supporting reason, and fiscal reports and supporting paperwork regarding the organization. A SWOT assessment is a kind of assessment which is prepared for organizations and it assesses the good points, weak points, possibilities, as well as dangers for the specific organization....

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A+ Grade Work FIN 600 Assignment 2 Complete the following problems in either Microsoft Word or Excel. Your work must be organized. Highlight your final answer. Chapter 4: 4-5: Company Z’s earnings and dividends per share are expected to grow indefinitely by 5% a year. If next year’s dividend is $10 and the market capitalization rate is 8%, what is the current stock price? 4-7: If company Z (see Problem 5) were to distribute all its earnings, it could maintain a level dividend stream of $15 a share. How much is the market actually paying per share for...

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COMPETITION AND CONSUMER ACT 2010 The Competition and Consumer Act 2010was established in Australia by a special act of the parliament. On January 01, 2011 the old act of the Trade Practices Act 1974 was replaced by this act which ahs wider objectives than the old one and also advocated the better horizon that can safeguard the trade practices and the interest of the consumers. It is administered by the Australian Competition and Consumer commission. The basic aim of this act was to protect the interest of the consumers into two distinct stream s of the legislative enactments which...

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Hospital Value-Based Purchasing project (30%): CMS has successfully implemented acute hospital pay for performance beginning with FY 2013. Hospital Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) means that Medicare will reward hospitals that provide high quality care for their patients in an effort to promote better clinical outcomes and patient experiences of care, or withhold monies from those that do not meet minimum thresholds of care. Prepare a project deliverable via PowerPoint presentation that would be suitable for delivery to hospital senior leaders if you were serving as the Quality...

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ACC 306 Week 2 ACC 306 Week 2 Quiz Assignments E 1416 - Wilkins Food Products, Inc. - Error in amortization schedule ? LO3 Wilkins Food Products, Inc., acquired a packaging machine from Lawrence Specialists Corporation. Lawrence completed construction of the machine on January 1, 2009. In payment for the machine Wilkins issued a three- year installment note to be paid in three equal payments at the end of each year. The payments include interest at the rate of 10%. Lawrence made a conceptual error in preparing the amortization schedule, which Wilkins failed to discover until 2011....

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Computer Modelling in Finance: Homework 1 A+ Grade Solutions Time Value of Money (65%) Problem 1 (4%) You plan to start saving for your son’s university education. He will begin university when he turns 18 years old and will need $4,000 then and in each of the following three years. You will make a deposit at the end of this year in an account that pays 6 % compounded annually, and an identical deposit at the end of each year, with the last deposit occurring when he turns 18. If an annual deposit of $1,484 will allow you to reach your goal, how old is your son...

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Question 1. The following information relates to Hudson City for its ?scal year ended December 31, 2014. On January 31, 2014, the city purchased as an investment for its debt service fund a ?fteen-year, 6 percent,1 million bond for 998,000. During the year it received 30, was 999,500. On December 31, 2013, the Foundation for the Arts pledged to donate 1, up to a maximum of 1 million, for each 3 that the museum is able to collect from other private contributors. The funds are to ?nance construction of the city-owned art museum. During 2014, the city collected 600,000 and...

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BUS 405 Complete Course Week 1 BUS 405 Week 1 Quiz BUS 405 Week 1 Assignment Annualized Returns Chapter 3 Problem 18 Complete problem 18 in Chapter 3 (shown below) and submit to the instructor. Show your work to find the annualized return for each of the listed share prices. Write a 100 word analysis of the process to calculate these annualized returns. Suppose you have $28,000 to invest. Youre considering Miller-Moore Equine Enterprises (MMEE), which is currently selling for $40 per share. You also notice that a call option with a $40 strike price and six months to maturity is...

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**BUS 405 Complete Course** Week 1 BUS 405 Week 1 Quiz BUS 405 Week 1 Assignment Annualized Returns Chapter 3 Problem 18 Complete problem 18 in Chapter 3 (shown below) and submit to the instructor.  Show your work to find the annualized return for each of the listed share prices.  Write a 100 word analysis of the process to calculate these annualized returns. Suppose you have \$28,000 to invest. Youre considering Miller-Moore Equine Enterprises (MMEE), which is currently selling for \$40 per share. You also notice that a call option with a \$40 strike price and six months to...

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**ACC 305 Week 5 P11-5 Thompson Corporation** P11-5 on page 608 - Thompson Corporation -  Property, plant, and equipment and intangible assets; comprehensive ? LO2 The Thompson Corporation, a manufacturer of steel products, began operations on October 1, 2009. The accounting department of Thompson has started the fixed-asset and depreciation schedule presented below. You have been asked to assist in completing this schedule. In addition to ascertaining that the data already on the schedule are correct, you have obtained the following information from the companys records and personnel:...

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ACC 306 Week 1 P13-6 Eastern Manufacturing P136 - Eastern Manufacturing - Various contingencies ? LO5 LO6 Eastern Manufacturing is involved with several situations that possibly involve contingencies. Each is described below. Easterns fiscal year ends December 31, and the 2011 financial statements are issued on March 15, 2012. a. Eastern is involved in a lawsuit resulting from a dispute with a supplier. On February 3, 2012, judgment was rendered against Eastern in the amount of $107 million plus interest, a total of $122 million. Eastern plans to appeal the judgment and is unable to...

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**ACC 306 Week 1 P13-6 Eastern Manufacturing** Eastern Manufacturing is involved with several situations that possibly involve contingencies. Each is described below. Easterns fiscal year ends December 31, and the 2011 financial statements are issued on March 15, 2012. a. Eastern is involved in a lawsuit resulting from a dispute with a supplier. On February 3, 2012, judgment was rendered against Eastern in the amount of $107 million plus interest, a total of $122 million. Eastern plans to appeal the judgment and is unable to predict its outcome though it is not expected to have a...

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**ACC 401 Week 1** ACC 401 Week 1 Quiz Assignment Filing Status & Income. From Chapter 2, complete Problems 32, 33, & 38. From Chapter 3, complete Problems 35, 36, & 42. 32.  List the five types of filing status and briefly explain the requirements for the use of each one. 33.  In which of the following cases may the taxpayer claim head of household filing status? a.    The taxpayer is single and maintains a household that is the principal place of abode of her infant son. b.    The taxpayer is single, maintains a household for herself, and maintains a separate  household...

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**ACC 401 Week 1 Assignment Filing Status and Income** Assignment Filing Status & Income. From Chapter 2, complete Problems 32, 33, & 38. From Chapter 3, complete Problems 35, 36, & 42. 32.  List the five types of filing status and briefly explain the requirements for the use of each one. 33.  In which of the following cases may the taxpayer claim head of household filing status? a.    The taxpayer is single and maintains a household that is the principal place of abode of her infant son. b.    The taxpayer is single, maintains a household for herself, and maintains a...

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**ACC 306 Week 5** Assignments Analysis Case 2010 - DRS Corporation - Various changes ? LO1 through LO4 DRS Corporation changed the way it depreciates its computers from the sum-of-the-years-digits method to the straight-line method beginning January 1, 2011. DRS also changed its estimated residual value used in computing depreciation for its office building. At the end of 2011, DRS changed the specific subsidiaries constituting the group of companies for which its consolidated financial statements are prepared. Required: 1.    For each accounting change DRS undertook, indicate the...

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Southwest Airlines Company Financial Analysis Five Year Financial Overview Southwest Airlines Co. 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 Revenues Not Available 15, M 12, M 10, M 11, M Stock Price Not Available Profit Margin Not Available % % .96% % Net Income M M M M Employees Not Available 45,392 34,901 34,726 35,499 (source ) Over the past five years, Southwest Airlines has showed to be growing at a steady pace, with the exception of the economic crisis in 2009. As you could perceive in 2008 the company's profit margin was %, in...

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Comparative Analysis of 2 years of PEPSI Data Abstract The purpose is to talk over the key information of PEPSI for the year finished 2012 and 2011. It incorporates representatives' turnover, bargains incomes, all expenditures, horrible benefit, net benefit and stock costs. The relative examination system has been utilized for the purpose Analysis of Key Data Number of Employees 2012 2011 Difference % Change Total staff members 278000 297000 -19000 % The above progressions from 2011 to 2012 shows that the workers' turnover was on declining pattern, the amounts of...

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Trident University Module 2 Case Assignment MGT 301: Functions of Management and Roles of Management Dr. Joseph Thomas May 1st, 2014 SWOT Analysis of Starbucks. Company background: Name Starbuck Corporation CEO Howard Schultz Headquarters . Main service Coffeehouses Revenue billion (2013) Profit billion (2013) Employees 160,000 (May 2013) Starbucks is the most famous and recognized roaster, marketer and retailer of specialty coffee in the world. It operates in over 60 countries with close to 20,000 coffeehouses. It is the number one...

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- Nebraska Budget Analysis TEAM ASSIGNMENT Name Acc/460 Professor Temple Moore March 12th 2012 The Comprehensive Financial Report of Nebraska allows for the viewer to see where the state's derives its largest form of revenue, what the expenditures of the state are and what the state funded programs are. According to the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the state of "Nebraska there was a growth on the population of 6.7% from the year 2000 to 2010, it is estimated that there are 1,826,341 people living in the state of Nebraska in 2011" (Nebraska...

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Mgt 521 Apple's Financial Health MGT 521 Ocotober 31, 2012 Apple Financial Health As stated before in my business analysis paper, Apple is a very rich, prosperous, and innovative company. Its innovations and creativity has enable Apple to keep growing, striving, and propelling itself to the top of the personal computer industry. Apples dominancy and growth is not just known by people around the world it is documented and can be proven by Apple's financial statements. Financial Statements On apples income statement one can see that their net sales rises each year for the past three...

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Ethics in Counseling ETHICS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF PROFESSIONALS LadyAnn Graham-Gilreath 20107089 GCU Grand Canyon University PCN-500 Ethics Orientation February 4, 2015 INTRODUCTION Reading the National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Counseling, (2015), it starts with a small discussion of the actual power we as addiction counselors have in the treatment of our clients. With this power, we can manipulate the entire situation for the better or for the worse. For the better we treat our client with the utmost respect, keep our advice and our...

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**NRS 440V - Trends and Issues in Health Care** IOM Report Grand Canyon University NRS-440V October 2016 IOM Report The Institute of Medicine and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) published a report in 2010 called The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health. The report consisted of a comprehensive assessment of how the responsibility and roles of nurses, and education should revolutionize to meet the needs of our developing health care system. With the passing of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), its intent was to transform health care to guarantee...

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ACC 306 Week 1 E13-22 E1322 - Woodmier Lawn Products - Warranty expense; change in estimate ? LO5 LO6 Woodmier Lawn Products introduced a new line of commercial sprinklers in 2010 that carry a one-year warranty against manufacturers defects. Because this was the first product for which the company offered a warranty, trade publications were consulted to determine the experience of others in the industry. Based on that experience, warranty costs were expected to approximate 2% of sales. Sales of the sprinklers in 2010 were $2.5 million. Accordingly, the following entries relating to the...

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**ACC 305 Week 5 P11-7 Marion Company** P11-7 on page 610 - Marion Company - Depletion; change in estimate ? LO3 LO5 (see attached excel file) In 2011, the Marion Company purchased land containing a mineral mine for $1,600,000. Additional costs of $600,000 were incurred to develop the mine. Geologists estimated that 400,000 tons of ore would be extracted. After the ore is removed, the land will have a resale value of $100,000. To aid in the extraction, Marion built various structures and small storage buildings on the site at a cost of $150,000. These structures have a useful life of 10...

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BAO3309 Advanced Financial Accounting: Research Assignment Research topic: Convergence of international financial reporting standards Research topic: Convergence of international financial reporting standards 1.Your essay needs to address the following questions: A.Critically review literature on arguments for and against global convergence of international financial reporting standards (IFRS) B.Identify two listed companies: one from Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) and the other from New York Stock Exchange (NYSE); and analyze the accounting policy statement in...

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QUALITY PHL/458 WEEK 4 Famous Creative Thinkers Presentation Review the list of names provided in the University of Phoenix Material: Creative Genius List. Select two individuals who are famous for their creative ideas (one from each column). Research their biographies in the University Library and/or on the Internet. Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper to include the following: •Information about each of the thinker's unique contributions to society •The problems or issues that their ideas sought to solve •A description of the solutions and how his or her ideas were...

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ACCT 301 Week 1 Homework Assignment ----------------------------------------------------------- - Problem 1 Required: Identify the financial statement on which each of the following items appears by making an X in the first one is done for you! - Problem 2 Required: Show the effects on the financial statements using a horizontal statement model as outlined below. The first one is done for you! ACCT 301 Week 2 Homework Assignment ----------------------------------------------------------- 1. In two to three paragraphs, describe the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and why it is important to the...

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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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ACC 401 Week 3 ACC 401 Week 3 Quiz Assignment Real Estate for Home and Business. From Chapter 6, complete Problem 39 and Problem 43. From Chapter 7, complete Problem 49 and Problem 51. From Chapter 8, complete Problem 37 and Problem 38. Chapter 6, complete Problem 39 and Problem 43 39. David is a college professor who does some consulting work on the side. He uses 25% of his home exclusively for the consulting practice. He is single and 63 years old. His AGI (without consideration of consulting income) is $45,000. Other information follows: Income from consulting...

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**ACC 401 Week 3** ACC 401 Week 3 Quiz Assignment Real Estate for Home and Business. From Chapter 6, complete Problem 39 and Problem 43. From Chapter 7, complete Problem 49 and Problem 51. From Chapter 8, complete Problem 37 and Problem 38. Chapter 6, complete Problem 39 and Problem 43 39.  David is a college professor who does some consulting work on the side.  He uses 25% of his home exclusively for the consulting practice.  He is single and 63 years old.  His AGI (without consideration of consulting income) is $45,000.  Other information follows: Income from consulting...

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**ACC 401 Week 3 Assignment Real Estate for Home and Business** Assignment Real Estate for Home and Business. From Chapter 6, complete Problem 39 and Problem 43. From Chapter 7, complete Problem 49 and Problem 51. From Chapter 8, complete Problem 37 and Problem 38. Chapter 6, complete Problem 39 and Problem 43 39.  David is a college professor who does some consulting work on the side.  He uses 25% of his home exclusively for the consulting practice.  He is single and 63 years old.  His AGI (without consideration of consulting income) is $45,000.  Other information follows:...

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PSY 320 Week 1 Discussion Question 2 of 6 On page 10 of the text Social Psychology, David Myers (2012) writes, "There are two general ways that values enter psychology: the obvious and the subtle." After reading pages 10 through 13, answer this question - what are the direct (obvious) and indirect (not-so-obvious) ways that these values enter into social psychological research and theories? Some of the direct ways that values enter psychology are first in the social psychologists choice of research topics (Myers, 2013, p.10). When a social psychologist chooses his or her topic, they...

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Pertussis HCS 245 Pertussis With all the vaccines available today, you would think epidemics would be a thing of the past. However, this is false. Outbreaks of different diseases occur daily and all around the world. Before 2011, there had not been an outbreak of pertussis since 2005. Now there is a significant increase in the cases being reported since 2010. So what is the problem? New vaccines that seem safer with less side effects are actually worse for the general population because they don't offer the same long term protection ("Uptick to Whooping Cough Linked to Sub-par...

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Acc 291 Exercises and Problems - Week Two ACC/291 University of Phoenix E9-1 A. In this scenario, with the cost principle, the purchase cost for the factory asset will have all bills necessary to get the asset and make it ready for its particular objective. B. 1. Property 2. Plant Machines 3. Delivery Machines 4. Land Renovations 5. Delivery Machines 6. Plant Machines 7. Prepaid Insurance 8. License Expenditure E9-7 A. 1. 2011: 3,500 2012: 3,500 2. per mile 2011: 4,200 2012: 3,360 3. 2011: 7,500 2012: 5,625 B. 1. Wear and tear Expenditure 3,500 3,500 2. Delivery...

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_A+ Grade Solutions_ ####**PSYCH 625 Week 5: Time to Practice and Statistics Project** Part A Some questions in Part A require that you access data from Statistics for People Who (ThinkThey) Hate Statistics. This data is available on the student website under the Student Text Resources link. 1. Use the following data to answer Questions 1a and 1b. Total no. of problems correct (out of a possible 20) Attitude toward test taking (out of a possible 100) 17 94 13 73 12 59 15 80 16 93 14 85 16 66 16 79 18 77 19 91 a. Compute the Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient by hand and...

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Psych 570 Week 6 Assignment 1 Part A, B, and C Part A Some questions in Part A require that you access data fromStatistics for People Who (ThinkThey) Hate data is available on the student website under the Student Text Resources link. 1. Use the following data to answer Questions 1a and 1b. Total no. of problems correct (out of a possible 20) Attitude toward test taking (out of a possible 100) 17 94 13 73 12 59 15 80 16 93 14 85 16 66 16 79 18 77 19 91 a. Compute the Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient by hand...

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12-5 With regard to accounting for private, not-for-profit health care entities, do the following: a. Outline the accounting required, under FASB guidance, for a(n): 1. Endowment gift received in cash: It is recorded as a permanently restricted asset, Debit: Cash and Credit: Contributions - Permanently Restricted 2. Pledge received in 2011, unrestricted as to purpose but restricted for use in 2012. It should be recorded as temporarily restricted revenue and reclassified in 2012, Debit: Cash and Credit: contributions - Temporarily Restricted. 3. Pledge received in 2011, restricted...

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Syllabus College of Natural Sciences SCI/162 Version 7 Principles of Health and Wellness Copyright 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Course Description This course reinforces the concept that learning effectively and living well involves both the mind and body. It presents the fundamentals of wellness and preventive health including strategic planning to attain and maintain personal optimal health. In addition, physical and mental diseases are discussed along with the dangers of environmental pollution, stress, addiction, and other...

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iPad 2 Marketing Plan Integrated Marketing Strategies MKT/498 iPad 2 Marketing Plan On January 27, 2010 Apple announced the introduction of its latest consumer device, the Apple iPad (Apple, 2010a). However, marketing for Apples newest release began months earlier when marketers used teaser tactics to capture interest; implying something new was coming without indicating what it was exactly (June, 2010). From the moment Apple launched their marketing campaign to the day that they unveiled the new iPad, they had captured the consumers interest. However, they had also captured...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**COM 200 Week 4 Assignment - Interpersonal Conflict in Television** Choose one television show from the list provided below: • Bellisario, D. & Brennan, S. (Producers). (2003-2014). NCIS: Naval criminal investigative service [Television Series]. United States: Columbia Broadcasting System. o This television show can be found for no charge with closed captioning at NCIS – CBS. • Kaplan, E., Holland, S., Molaro, S., Lorre, C., & Cohen, R. (Executive producers). (2007-2014). The big bang theory [Television series]. United States: Columbia Broadcasting...

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PSYCH 625 Week 5: Time to Practice and Statistics Project Part A Some questions in Part A require that you access data from Statistics for People Who (ThinkThey) Hate Statistics. This data is available on the student website under the Student Text Resources link. Use the following data to answer Questions 1a and 1b. Total no. of problems correct (out of a possible 20) Attitude toward test taking (out of a possible 100) 17 94 13 73 12 59 15 80 16 93 14 85 16 66 16 79 18 77 19 91 a. Compute the Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient by hand and show all your work. b....

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1. Use a combination of Algebraic and Graphical techniques to determine **all** the solutions of the function:       **_f_**(x) = 2**x**5 ?3 **x**4 ?41x3+ 94**x**2 90**x + 200** 2. Divide the polynomial: by:    **(Show your work)** 3. How long will it take an investment of $35,000 to quadruple, if interest is compounded monthly at 3.25%? 4.  The population of an island in the Pacific was 21,500 in 2001 and 27,300 in the year 2008. Use the exponential unconstrained growth model to estimate the population in the year 2015. State any qualifications that apply to your...

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**ACC 205 Week 5 ** Fraud Case 9-1 Jim Reed manages a fleet of utility trucks for a rural county government. He's been in his job 30 years, and he knows where the angles are. He makes sure that when new trucks are purchased, the salvage value is set as low as possible. Then, when they become fully depreciated, they are sold off by the county at salvage value. Jim makes sure his buddies in the construction business are first in line for the bargain sales, and they make sure he gets a little something back. Recently, a new county commissioner was elected with vows to cut expenses for the...

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Ozark Bottled Water Products, Inc., hired a marketing consulting firm to perform a test marketing of its new brand of spring water called Liquid Ozarka.  The marketing experts selected 15 small and medium-sized towns in Arkansan and Missouri for a one-month-long sales test.  For one month, Liquid Ozarka was sold at a variety of prices ranging from $3 per gallon to $4 per gallon.  Specifically, in three of the markets, price was set by the marketing experts at $3 per gallon.  In three more markets, price was set at $3.25 per gallon, and so non.  The prices charged in each market (P)...

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FIN 501 Module 1 SLP Initial Public Offering The main purpose of an initial public offering (IPO) is to raise capital for the corporation. While IPOs are effective at raising capital, being listed on a stock exchange comes with heavy regulatory compliance and reporting requirements which are expensive. The session long project (SLP) for the course will be performed using information on a company that is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). To complete Module 1 SLP, please choose a company that is publicly traded in the stock market. If you are unsure which company to...

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Module 1 - Case Strategic Review Assignment Overview XCG THE EXCELLENT CONSULTING GROUP Communication from Art Epance: Welcome to this project. ABC Company and Whole Foods Market expect us to provide them with top-notch advice on how to integrate Whole Foods into ABC Company. I will be working on analyzing ABC Company. You will be working on analyzing Whole Foods Market. Review as much information as you can on the Whole Foods Market website, particularly that in the "Investor Relations" section. At a minimum, review the following materials in preparation for your...

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HCS 455HIV AIDS in Women HIV/AIDS in Women HIV and AIDS medically known as Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) are spreading within the United States among women and young girls at an astounding rate. It is imperative that women and girls comprehend the issues, data, and trends associated with living with these diagnoses. December 2010, one in four individuals living with a medical diagnosis of the HIV infection within the United States was women (CDC, 2013). The percentage of HIV cases in 1985 was at 8%, and rose to 25% by the end of...

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HCS 455HIV AIDS in Women HIV/AIDS in Women HIV and AIDS medically known as Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) are spreading within the United States among women and young girls at an astounding rate. It is imperative that women and girls comprehend the issues, data, and trends associated with living with these diagnoses. December 2010, one in four individuals living with a medical diagnosis of the HIV infection within the United States was women (CDC, 2013). The percentage of HIV cases in 1985 was at 8%, and rose to 25% by the end of...

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Criminal Law Paper CJA/354 Criminal Law Paper A recent Supreme Court Case that was decided was ARIZONA etal. v. UNITED STATES. This case was argued on April, 25, 2012 and a decision was made on June 25, 2012. This case came about in 2010 when the state of Arizona enacted a statute known as S.B. 1070. This statute addresses the large number of illegal aliens that are in the state of Arizona. "Fed up with illegal immigrants crossing from Mexico -- and what they say is the federal government's inability to stop it -- legislators in Arizona passed the tough immigration law in 2010....

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Amount available for investment is 1,000,000, and it can be allocated to the equity, US 30-year Treasury bonds, and cash. There are various factors that influence the allocation of funds. Asset U.S. Equities U.S. 30-Year Treasury Bonds Cash Allocation 70% 20% 10% 100% GDP forecast for 2015 is expected to be about 3%. Various sources predicted the GDP of US is expected to increase due to the economic stability except for United Nations forecast all forecasted that GDP of US will be greater than 3% from the current level of 2% to 2.5% (Lapitskiy, 2014). Inflation...

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Amount available for investment is 1,000,000, and it can be allocated to the equity, US 30-year Treasury bonds, and cash. There are various factors that influence the allocation of funds. Asset U.S. Equities U.S. 30-Year Treasury Bonds Cash Allocation 70% 20% 10% 100% GDP forecast for 2015 is expected to be about 3%. Various sources predicted the GDP of US is expected to increase due to the economic stability except for United Nations forecast all forecasted that GDP of US will be greater than 3% from the current level of 2% to 2.5% (Lapitskiy, 2014). Inflation...

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BUS 599 Assignment #4Case #10 Nucor Corporation BUS 599 Discuss the trends in the steel industry and how it may impact Nucor's strategy. After the 2008 financial and economic crisis, the world steel industry's recovery has been uneven, but it is recovering faster than expected. The global steel production declined from 129 million metric tons (mmt) in March 2011 to 127 million metric tons in April 2011. However, production increased 5 percent from April 2010. As of the April 2011 first quarter reporting, the United States has produced 28.3 mmt, which is up 6.8% from the same period...

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Hard Drive Install Procedures Jason R. Weber IT280 March 21, 2014 Eric Richey Hard Drive Install Procedures 1. When replacing a failing hard drive, unplug the computer and press the power button to drain the electricity (Andrews, 2010). 2. Remove the side of the computer case; some hard drive bays require you to remove both sides of the case to access the screws on the other side (Andrews, 2010). 3. Ground yourself to the computer chassis to prevent electrostatic discharge, this can damage internal components and the hard drive (Andrews, 2010). 4. Verify that you have purchased...

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Assignment: #4 Case #10 Nucor Corporation BUS 599 Discuss the trends in the steel industry and how it may impact Nucor's strategy. After the 2008 financial and economic crisis, the world steel industry's recovery has been uneven, but it is recovering faster than expected. The global steel production declined from 129 million metric tons (mmt) in March 2011 to 127 million metric tons in April 2011. However, production increased 5 percent from April 2010. As of the April 2011 first quarter reporting, the United States has produced 28.3 mmt, which is up 6.8% from the...

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1. Al Bundy owns Bundiful World, a sole proprietorship. He incorporates as Bundiful, Inc. transferring all of the proprietorship’s assets (FMV: $350,000, basis: $ 275,000) for all of the stock. Bundiful, Inc. also assumes $15,000 of liabilities, $14,500 were business related, the remaining $500 was for a DVR so his wife, Peg, could record Oprah. Based on the above: Answer a. Bundiful, Inc. has an asset basis of $275,000; Al has a stock basis of $260,000. b. Bundiful, Inc. has an asset basis of $290,000; Al has a stock basis of $260,000. c. Bundiful, Inc. has an asset basis of $290,000; Al...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**ACC 303 Week 8 Assignment 1 - Exxon versus Chevron** According to the textbook, the income statement measures the success of a company’s operations for a given period. The income statement is important to investors and creditors, because it determines the profitability, investment value, and creditworthiness of a company. Specifically, the income statement helps investors and creditors predict the amounts, timing, and uncertainty of future cash. Income statement preparers can make such informed predictions by analyzing a company’s financial statements,...

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NR 439 Week 3 Discussion Post 1 & 2 NR 439 Evidence-Based Practice (Chamberlain - Spring 2016) Week 3 Research Problems and Design The research design flows from the research question and outlines the plan for the study that will answer the research question. The design identifies the major components of the study. It is important to remember that there is no one best design for a research study. Define qualitative and quantitative research designs. Professor and classmates, Quantitative research studies are objective. Quantitative research is an experimental design that relies on...

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NR 500 Foundational Concepts and Applications --------------------------------------------------------------------- (Chamberlain College – (Fall 2016) NR 500 Week 3 Discussion 1 - Identifying Scholarly Resources A topic of interest related to my area of practice is sepsis. We have been seeing more patients, both in and out of the intensive care unit, with the new Sepsis Core Measure taking effect in October 2015 (The Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services, 2015), I think it is relevant to everyones practice.

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NR 505 Advanced Research Methods ---------------------------------------------------- (Chamberlain - Spring 2016) NR 505 Week 8 TD 1; Applying Evidence-Based Practice Advanced Research Methods: Evidence-Based Practice (Chamberlain College (Fall 2016) Dr. Dzandu and Class, I have learned how the development of evidenced-based practice (EBP) was created as a result of the public and professionals cry for accountability in safety and quality improvement in healthcare (Stevens, 2013). Our class has helped me to understand EBP along with showing...

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NR 512 Fundamentals of Nursing Informatics ---------------------------------------------------------------- Chamberlain - Spring 2016 NR 512 Week 2 TD 2 Wisdom Versus Judgement NR 512 Fundamentals of Nursing Informatics Chamberlain Spring 2016 Week 2 TD 2 - Wisdom Versus Judgement How does the concept of wisdom in nursing informatics compare to the concept of professional nursing judgment? Dr. Bev and Class, Informatics helps to facilitate data, information, knowledge, and wisdom and in nursing, wisdom is a combination of knowledge and experience that helps us to have a...

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According to Jacobsen (2014), in 2010, around 8 million children died. She goes on to say that most of the children that will die this year will be within the first five years of life (Jacobsen, 2014). This is a hard fact for many to digest. Our children are our hope for the future and we don't want to see their life cut short. In an effort to reduce these deaths, several global health initiatives have been started. For this week's discussion question, identify and discuss one global health initiative for children. In your discussion, 1) identify the initiative, 2) discuss the region of...

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Write an essay of 1,000-1,250 words in three sections that examines the similarities and differences between the various health care delivery systems. Be sure to also include: 1. A definition or description of the various types of delivery systems. 2. The goals or philosophies of the various delivery systems. 3. Your own mission or philosophy statement. Explain your statement and why it was chosen. Provide appropriate and scholarly sources for your paper. Remember that Wikipedia is not considered a scholarly source. Prepare this assignment according to the APA . Within the...

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In a paper (750-1,000 words), identify the benefits and challenges that health care will face with the transition from ICD 9 to ICD 10. Papers must address the following: 1) Clearly describe ICD-10 and the benefits it has over ICD-9. 2) Discuss the potential and real challenges this transition will face from hospitals, payers, and staff. 3) Examine and detail what other hospitals are doing now to prepare for the October 2013 implementation date. 4) Define how a terminology system such as SNOMED would interact with ICD-10. Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines...

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DSM-IV-TR Mental Disorders 4 PSY/270 2014 DSM-IV-TR Mental Disorders Case Study 1: Josephine has suffered from Schizoid Personality Disorder. It is a rare condition where the sufferers try to stay away from social activities and gatherings; they also stay away from conversations that include personal information. Some people call them loner, lack of motivation and love. The sufferers also seem emotionless, dull, and humorless (Mayo Clinic, 2013). "The exact causes of schizoid personality disorder are unknown, although a combination of genetic and environmental...

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Assignment B - Written Report - Draft 5.0 Background/Case Study Congratulations!It is the year 2017 and you have just received The Young ICT Entrepreneur Awardand your face is on the cover of New Scientist magazine!!This is for your digital innovation that exploited current and emerging technologies and created a new e-business/product/service/application/technology/business modelthat the world had not known about before and one that has delivered tangible benefits to users. You wonder why no-one had thought of the idea before; the media is amazed at its popularity and how...

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ACC 561 Financial Statement Review ACC-561 University of Phoenix Financial Statement Review I decided to review the Financial Statement for Fiscal Year of 2014 from Procter and Gamble, which is recognized as a leading global company of leading brands, which has 23 brands with annual sales of 1 billion to more than 10 billion, and 14 with sales of 500 million to 1 billion. Net Income Procter and Gamble reported a Net income of 11,643 million for 2014 resulting on an increase of 2.9% compared to 2013 (11,312 Million). The net income is usually used in Ratio analysis, where you...

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The Impact of Workplace Bullying Mia A. Rapier BUS 600: Management Communication with Technology Tools Instructor Cheryl Moore July 20, 2014 Workplace bullying is behavior that is threatening, humiliating, or intimidating, it also involves work interference, or sabotage, which prevents work from getting done, and it can also include verbal abuse (WBI, 2014). With such far-reaching implications, workplace bullying can affect everything from morale and effective communication, to competency and efficiency, it can even extend to safety and health concerns in extreme cases. This...

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PSY/201 Final Exam User First Name Last Name Confirmation # Score 19 Total Questions: 30 Total Correct 19 Start: 11/24/2010 11:59:54 AM End: 11/24/2010 12:23:07 PM Here is some additional information on items you missed: Topic: Question: The __________ approach to the nature-nurture issues states that it is a combination of both environment and heredity that influence development. Answer: interactionist Topic: Question: Environmental agents such as a drug, chemical, virus or other factor that produce a birth defect are known as __________. Answer:...

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Stakeholder Analysis Issue of providing affordable care act unites both the offenders and supporters of public policy, but in this era of rising input cost it becomes impossible for the government to manage the public policy regarding the affordable health care (Roy, 2013). For providing affordable health care most of the US governments tried various policies from time to time but not able to succeed in realizing the goals of policies. Providing affordable health care to most of the public requires huge cost as we cannot control the input cost (aamc, 2013). Lack of no of doctors is also a...

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Stakeholder Analysis Issue of providing affordable care act unites both the offenders and supporters of public policy, but in this era of rising input cost it becomes impossible for the government to manage the public policy regarding the affordable health care (Roy, 2013). For providing affordable health care most of the US governments tried various policies from time to time but not able to succeed in realizing the goals of policies. Providing affordable health care to most of the public requires huge cost as we cannot control the input cost (aamc, 2013). Lack...

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Review Test Submission: Exam 1 User Course 201330 Summer 2013 BUSI 601-B01 LUO Test Exam 1 Started Submitted Status Completed Attempt Score Time Elapsed 2 hours, 19 minutes out of 2 hours and 30 minutes. Instructions Covers textbook readings and other materials from Modules/Weeks 1 - 3 Open-book/open-notes 50 multiple-choice and true/false questions 2 1/2hour time limit ...

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ACC 291 WileyPLUS Week 3 Assignment Question 5 Exercise E10-15 Correct. Leoni Co. receives 240,000 when it issues a 240,000, 10%, mortgage note payable to finance the construction of a building at December 31, 2011. The terms provide for semiannual installment payments of 20,000 on June 30 and December 31. Prepare the journal entries to record the mortgage loan and the first two installment payments. (For multiple debit/credit entries, list amounts from largest to smallest e.g. 10, 5, 3, 2.) Date Account/Description Debit Credit 2011 Dec. 31 Cash 240000 Mortgage notes...

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International trade advantages for Russia Date 886 words Students Name: Institution: Russia is one of the vast countries with a rich natural resource base, well-educated population, and a diversified industrial base. Statistics by IMF show that in 2014, Russia was ranked the worlds ninth largest country in an economy based on GDP and 62nd in the World Banks ranking. Russia is seeming to make a tremendous progress from the 122nd position it was and by 2018, President Putin hopes that it will stand at 20th position 1. Some countries such as the UK have formed trade...

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Topic Print View (NEXT(1bd538672ae14b4693ac... NETW 583 Strategic Management of Technology (DeVry/Keller - May 2016) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Protecting Innovations (graded) What are the differences between patents, copyrights, and trademarks? Responses Response Author Date/Time patents, trademarks, ...

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Hepatitis B and the Community Health Nurse Your Name.. Grand Canyon University: NRS 427-VN September 25, 2016 Hepatitis B and the Community Health Nurse Hepatitis B is a potentially life threatening viral disease that is contracted person to person by blood or other bodily fluids like oral secretions, semen, and vaginal secretions. While avaccine is 95% effective in preventing infection and the development of chronic disease and liver cancer due to hepatitis B ("Hepatitis B," 2016), there are still approximately 1.2 million people in the United States and 350 million people...

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HCA-255 November 15, 2016 Health Reform Plan The Health Security Act was an attempt of President Bill Clintons to bring the United States universal health care (Piffner, 2014). Clintons intention was to enhance and provide better quality throughout the health care system and to also provide the universal health care that other countries already have and are successful with. The Health Security Act ended up failing in the end. The plan had good parts as well as bad, however, the bad outweighed the good and had a variety of problems that made it impossible to be brought to congress for a...

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Appendix Q Comprehensive Problem Dustbusters Cleaning Company Use this template to complete the assignment per the instructions below Dustbusters Cleaning Company Chart of Accounts: No. 101Cash No. 112Accounts Receivable No. 126Cleaning Supplies No. 130Prepaid Insurance No. 149Equipment No. 150Accumulated Depreciation - Equipment No. 201Accounts Payable No. 212Salaries Payable No. 311Common Stock No. 325Retained Earnings No. 340Dividends No. 350Income Summary No. 400Service Revenue No. 701Cleaning Supplies Expense No. 717Depreciation Expense No. 720Gas & Oil Expense No. 722Insurance...

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**ACC 305 Week 5 DQ1** Ethics Case 10-12 on page 553 - Mayer Biotechnical, Inc - Research and development ? LO8 Mayer Biotechnical, Inc., develops, manufactures, and sells pharmaceuticals. Significant research and development (R&D) expenditures are made for the development of new drugs and the improvement of existing drugs. During 2011, $220 million was spent on R&D. Of this amount, $30 million was spent on the purchase of equipment to be used in a research project involving the development of a new antibiotic. The controller, Alice Cooper, is considering capitalizing the equipment and...

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XACC 280 Week 6 Appendix Q Appendix Q Comprehensive Problem Dustbusters Cleaning Company Use this template to complete the assignment per the instructions below Dustbusters Cleaning Company Chart of Accounts: No. 101Cash No. 112 Accounts Receivable No. 126Cleaning Supplies No. 130Prepaid Insurance No. 149Equipment No. 150 Accumulated Depreciation - Equipment No. 201Accounts Payable No. 212Salaries Payable No. 311Common Stock No. 325Retained Earnings No. 340Dividends No. 350Income Summary No. 400Service Revenue No. 701Cleaning Supplies Expense No. 717Depreciation Expense No. 720Gas & Oil...

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MGT 448 Global Business Plan SAMPLE Throughout all of our research, we Suntech Power Holding Co has come to find that even though we are successful there are various different factors to consider when stepping out our boundary, to do business in another country. In Canada the political, legal, and regulatory risks would be low ("Ambest.com," 2012). Which would give us all the more reason to want to start a business down there, Canada is a high income country with compelling natural resources and a well- known legal system. Canada's economy is similar to that of the United States,...

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ETH 376 Legality and Ethicality of Financial Reporting SAMPLE Excello Telecommunications has been a profitable company for several years, but for the first time they have encountered an increase in competition for its products by overseas manufactures. It seems that their earnings will not be met for the year ending 2010. Therefore, management is fretful how this will affect the company's future with investors (Legality and Ethicality of Financial Reporting Anti Essays, 2013). A large sale has been made right at the end of the year and this sale could make the company better or...

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The Effectiveness of Sarbanes-Oxley Act Strayer University The effectiveness of the Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) act can be understood by the impact it has had over the improvement and accountability of public company financial reports; as well as culture and ethics of corporations and CPA firms. While accounting experts and market agents debate the effectiveness of SOX, evidence suggests it's been effective to minimize corporate fraud and protected investors (CAQ - Center for Audit Quality, 2013). The SEC Year-by-Year enforcement statistics show that in 2012, financial fraud reached...

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International Trade and Finance Speech International Trade and Finance Speech ECO 372 International Trade and Finance Speech According to (Colander, 2010, p. 505) a surplus means when a country "produces more than what it consumes." "Countries that enjoy a trade surplus have more money flowing in than out. This includes both money for the products the country exports and the money spent by foreign visitors" (Wisegeek, 2013, p. 1). The effect of trade surplus in a nation indicates it has more control over its own currency. In some ways the United States and Japan are major competitors...

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Mgt 521 Apple s Financial Health MGT 521 Apple Financial Health As stated before in my business analysis paper, Apple is a very rich, prosperous, and innovative company. Its innovations and creativity has enable Apple to keep growing, striving, and propelling itself to the top of the personal computer industry. Apples dominancy and growth is not just known by people around the world it is documented and can be proven by Apple's financial statements. Financial Statements On apples income statement one can see that their net sales rises each year for the past three years. Starting in...

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Mgt 521 Apple's Financial Health MGT 521 Apple Financial Health As stated before in my business analysis paper, Apple is a very rich, prosperous, and innovative company. Its innovations and creativity has enable Apple to keep growing, striving, and propelling itself to the top of the personal computer industry. Apples dominancy and growth is not just known by people around the world it is documented and can be proven by Apple's financial statements. Financial Statements On apples income statement one can see that their net sales rises each year for the past three years. Starting in...

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Huawei Marketing Mix Management Name Institution Huawei Marketing Mix Management Question 1 Huawei Technologies Company Limited is a Chinese multinational telecommunications and networking company based in Shenzhen, Guangdong. Today, Huawei stands to be the largest maker of networking and telecommunications equipment in the world. It overtook Ericsson from this position in early 2012 (Kumar, 2013). The company was founded by Ren Zhengfei in 1987. Ren Zhengfei is a former engineer in the ruling party's People's Liberation Army, a major reason why the company has been associated...

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Bully No More: An article in review Kerry Vault BUS600: Management Communication with Technology Tools Professor Barbara-LeighTonelli Ashford University March 30, 2015 Bully No More: An article in review The article, Workplace Bullying: Costly and Preventable, by Weidmer (2011) was written to expose, analyze, and aim to prevent the occurrence of workplace bullying in businesses and schools. The primary message of this article is for everyone, especially those in an authority position, to become educated and adamant about the unacceptable practices of workplace bullying -as well as...

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CIS500 Week 1, Chapter 1: Information Systems in the 2010s Slide# Topic Narration Slide 1 Introduction Welcome to Information Systems for Decision Making In this lesson we will discuss Information Systems in the 2010s. Next slide. Slide 2 Topics The following topics will be covered in this lesson: Positioning IT to optimize performance; Describing information systems and information technology; Business performance; Strategic planning and competitive models; And the importance of IT. Next slide. Slide 3 Positioning IT to Optimize...

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Sociology 201 Contemporary Social Theory Spring, 2014 Assignment #2, Due on February 6 by 4:30PM Using the section from Emile Durkheim's Elementary Forms of the Religious Life, which discusses ritual and the excerpt from Lloyd Warner's book , The Living and the Dead, please apply the insights of these materials to interpret some aspect of your own social experience. In Elementary Forms of the Religious Life and The Living and the Dead, Durkheim and Warner discuss religion in a way that is different from the conventional understanding of it, which is based on...

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History of Habeas Corpus Jennifer Robinson POL 201 - American National Government Instructor: Jennifer Stephens August 19, 2013 Abstract In this paper I will be unfolding the vast history of Habeas Corpus and how it has evolved through the years just as our country has. I will briefly explain the origins of the habeas corpus, the role it plays in our country and what significant actions have been taken that call for habeas corpus to be brought forth. I will examine the role of habeas corpus and its suspension in two very different presidential eras. By examining habeas corpus...

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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE LAW AND LANDLESSNESS IN KENYA BY MURAGURI BRIAN MAINA JKC-BII-0008/2010 A RESEARCH DISSERTATION SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF LAWS OF JOMO KENYATTA UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY. NAIROBI, KENYA DECEMBER, 2013 DECLARATION I Brian Maina Muraguri Registration number JKC-B11-0008/2010 hereby certify that this research dissertation is my original work, which is a product of my own research, hard work and contributions of my supervisor and to the best of my knowledge...

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Home Depot Analysis Eric Ducote ACC 497 September 15, 2014 Rick Kwan Home Depot Analysis Home Depot, founded by Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank in Atlanta, Georgia, opened its doors in 1979 ("Home Depot",2012). The company "practically revolutionized the do-it-yourself home improvement industry in the United States almost overnight" ("Home Depot",2012). The company was built upon a "service first" attitude. It was the fastest growing home improvement store, averaging around 35,000 products by 1998. Today, Home Depot can boast the top spot in the home improvement industry...

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Chapter 3 & 19 Review Rebecca A Miller Everest University Online April 26, 2014 Chapter 19 1. Price elasticity of demand is the responsiveness of the quantity demand of a commodity to changes in its price; defined as the percentage change in quantity demanded divided by the percentage change in price (Miller, 2012). This shows me that the percentage of change in price will either increase or decrease the demand for a certain product. 2. Elastic demand occurs whenever the price elasticity of demand is greater than 1 (Miller, 2012). This means that when a product I am purchasing has...

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Chapter 23 & 24 Review Rebecca A. Miller Everest University Online May 9, 2014 Chapter 23 1. Perfect competition is a market structure in which the decisions of individual buyers and sellers have no effect on market price (Miller, 2012). No one entity can make a difference on price. All the information needed in a particular industry is made readily available for all who needs it. 2. Total revenues are defined as the quantity sold multiplied by the price per unit. Total revenue can be affected by the elasticity of demand (Miller, 2012). If there is, a drop in the demand for a...

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Chapter 32 Review Rebecca A. Miller Everest University Online June 25, 2014 1. Comparative advantage is the ability to produce a good or service at a lower opportunity cost than other producers. An example of this is Company R has the resources to produce the same product at a cheaper price than Company J who has to purchase resources from another location. 2. Specialization is the key to trading because it enables trade one entity to obtain each product at an opportunity cost lower than if it were producing both products. 3. In the long run, imports are paid for by exports...

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NR 512 Fundamentals of Nursing Informatics ---------------------------------------------------------------- Chamberlain - Spring 2016 NR 512 Week 3 TD 2 Impact of Standardized Terminologies on Practice NR 512 Fundamentals of Nursing Informatics Chamberlain Spring 2016 Week 3 TD 2 - Impact of Standardized Terminologies on Practice How would a standardized terminology (of your choice) directly impact your nursing practice? Provide a rationale and one example. I found research concerning standardized nursing terminology for care plans in electronic health...

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ECON 312n Principles of Economics --------------------------------------------------- Chamberlain College DQ: Week 2 Price Elasticity of Demand Elasticity shows the responsiveness of supply or demand to changes in price. What are the factors exerting influence on price elasticities of supply and demand? Instructor question: Would you consider your demand for gas to be relatively elastic or inelastic? Price elasticity of demand is defined by which quantity changes as price changes. It is the percentage change in quantity to the percentage change in price Bade & Parkin, 2015, p. 112). ...

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BUS 305 Module 3 Case Assignment BUS305 - Competitive Analysis and Bus. Cycles Module 3 Monetary and Fiscal Policy MOD 3 CASE ASSIGNMENT Case Assignment Resources: The U.S. Government Printing Office Published a "A Citizen's Guide to The Federal Bugdet." While this is not available for more recent years, it has some useful information about the federal budget. For more recent data, the New York Times has an interactive on President Obama's 2011 Budget Proposal and includes information on the 2010 budget: Please address the following questions in a 4-5 page essay. 1. How is a...

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Financial Terms FIN 370 Financial Terms Finance - the study of how people and businesses evaluate investments and raise capital to fund them (Titman, 2011, pg. 4). Finance studies money and its management, it explores the allocation of resources (Mayo, 2012, pg. 1). Efficient market -a market in which all the available information is fully incorporated into securities prices and the returns investors will earn on their investments cannot be predicted. In an efficient market, security prices reflect all available information at all times; and, because of this, it is impossible for...

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ACC 423 Assignment Solution Charles Austin of the controller's office of Thompson Corporation was given the assignment of determining the basic and diluted earnings per share values for the year ending December 31, 2013. Austin has compiled the information listed below. 1. The company is authorized to issue 7,896,000 shares of 10 par value common stock. As of December 31, 2012, 1,974,000 shares had been issued and were outstanding. 2. The per share market prices of the common stock on selected dates were as follows. 3. A total of 722,400 shares of an authorized 1,414,800...

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ACC 423 Assignment Solution Charles Austin of the controller's office of Thompson Corporation was given the assignment of determining the basic and diluted earnings per share values for the year ending December 31, 2013. Austin has compiled the information listed below. 1. The company is authorized to issue 7,896,000 shares of 10 par value common stock. As of December 31, 2012, 1,974,000 shares had been issued and were outstanding. 2. The per share market prices of the common stock on selected dates were as follows. 3. A total of 722,400 shares of an authorized 1,414,800...

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P8-1 Previous year Cashflow Current Year X 20000 1500 21000 Y 55000 6800 55000 X 1500 21000 - 20000/ 20000 2500/20000 12.5% Y 6800 55000 - 55000/ 55000 6800/55000 % X gives more return so he should pick it. P8-4 A. (a). Range 24% - 16% 8% (b). Range 30% - 10% 20% B. (a) is less risky because it has a smaller range C. (a) would be preferred for investment because it has less risk. Investors would prefer (a) over (b) because even though they have the same return, (a) has less risk D. (a) still has more risk P8 -...

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Nebraska Budget Analysis TEAM ASSIGNMENT Name Acc/460 Instructor Name Date - The Comprehensive Financial Report of Nebraska allows for the viewer to see where the state's derives its largest form of revenue, what the expenditures of the state are and what the state funded programs are. According to the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the state of "Nebraska there was a growth on the population of 6.7% from the year 2000 to 2010, it is estimated that there are 1,826,341 people living in the state of Nebraska in 2011" (Nebraska Department of Finances...

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A+Solution Portfolio: Cartoon Analysis Choose and critically read these recent political cartoons. They comment on a variety of public arguments, but you should choose the one that interests you most. Your assignment is to write an essay that analyzes that author’s argument. You’ll need to clearly summarize the author’s specific argument and be able to research any key elements of the argument or text that are relevant. Choose one political cartoon from your assignment guidelines as your primary text. Research on the issue or the cartoonist (or even the...

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Mentoring VS Induction Programs Brianne OBrien AED/201 August 8, 2013 Kelly Flemm Mentoring VS Induction Programs Induction programs are experiences that are professional for beginning teachers, that provides systematic and sustained assistance so they can ease into the transition of being a teacher. An example would be, assisting new teachers with workshops that will help them to be better successful in their classroom. Mentoring programs are teachers who are experience that provides quidence and support for the teachers who are starting. The difference between mentoring and...

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HARNESSING INFORMATION MANAGEMENT, THE DATA AND INFRASTRUCTURE BY Jyothirmai Nagabhairava Student ID: SU200183298 CIS500: Information systems Decision-Making Professor: YunSheng Wang Date: 02-06-2015. Importance of Information Management Information management is used to collect the semi structured or unstructured data from many sources like social media, mobile devices and search engines such as text, images and video. It deals with how the information is stored and organized to analyze it and form a structured data. (Sayles, N. B., 2013). The main objective of information...

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Matt McLennan ECON 300 Mr. Wells 26 January 2012 Current Event Submission #3 On Tuesday, January 24, 2012, GOP nominee hopeful Mitt Romney released his tax records for the 2010 fiscal year. Over the last couple weeks he has been receiving a lot of pressure to release these numbers as many think that he is too much of a businessman to be the next commander in chief. Upon release it was shown that on 21.6 he paid only a 13.9% tax rate. For that amount of income, 13.9% is a pretty low tax bracket. This is due to the amount of tax-deferred investments Romney holds as well as the...

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Global HRM Executive Summary Country: China Section 1: Competitiveness- China's Global Ranking on Competitiveness 2010 - China ranks 27th in the Global Competitiveness Report, which was an increase from 29th place last year China moved up two places to No. 27 in rankings of the Global Competitiveness Report 2010-2011 published by the World Economic Forum (WEF). "China has been rising and rising in recent years," said Jennifer Blanke, chief economist of the WEF, to China Daily newspaper. Jennifer said the gap between China and other BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India and...

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WLAN Michael Samara IT 242 07/4/2014 Carlos Zapata WLAN It is very important to make sure that a WLAN is secured, because it will allos only the users that are authorized to use it. I found that the best way to secure a WLAN is an encryption known as WA2. This is the most recommended form of encryption for wireless networks. This form of encyption is a lot more secured then other encyptions and is much harder to hack. Since the use of passwords are used in this encryption process it will be a lot harder to hack the WLAN. Another way to secure a WLAN is using MAC address...

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Strategic Planning Process Elizabeth Keenan MGT601: The Functions of Modern Management (MOB1513A) Dr: Susan Sasiadek April 6, 2015 Strategic planning is a company procedure for characterizing their strategies or management. It settles decisions on assigning its assets to follow that system. It might, in addition, reach out to control components for managing the execution of the method. It answers the questions who, what, when, where, how, and how much for accomplishing any set of strategies (Plunkett, Allen, & Attner, 2013). In this assignment I will be explaining the essential...

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Unit 3 Individual Project The International Economy Charlie J. Monk American Intercontinental University Online BUS610- Economics for the Global Manager February 23, 2011 Abstract In our economy, it is very important for us to be fully conscious of every transaction that is made on a daily basis. The transactions that are made on a local level are affected on an international level. Some of the items that we purchase, such as, clothes, shoes, electronics, cleaning and groceries are signs of international transactions (Appleyard/Field/Cobb, 2010). Some of the things that must be...

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Organizational Culture Analysis Jessica Shrewsbury BUS610 Organizational Behavior Dr. Tonelli October 14, 2013 Organizational Culture Analysis "Organizational culture consists of a set of shared meanings and values held by a set of members in an organization that distinguish the organization from other organizations" (Baack, 2012, p. 34). Culture itself can be defined as the "sum total of the social and political rules, technological inventions and economic institutions, the arts, shared beliefs and practices" (Brinkman, 1999, para. 7). Therefore, it follows that an...

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Telecommuting and the Mobile Worker Kimberly D. White CIS 336 Enterprise Architecture Professor McCoy February 3, 2014 Telecommuting and the Mobile Worker Telecommuting is combining telecommunications with commuting. This term usually means individuals who regularly work from home instead of commuting into an office. It is often used to mean anyone who works regularly from a location outside their company's office (Pearlson, K. & Saunders, C., 2013, pg. 385). Telecommuting can impact many different things. The impact that telecommuting has on energy conservation is that it...

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Antisocial Personality Disorder PSY/410 4/26/2015 Introduction: Personality disorders can be defined as maladaptive and greatly embedded specific behavioral patterns. Personality disorders can be characterized by two elements; issues in one's sense of self and identity and extreme interpersonal challenges. A more specific type of personality disorder is antisocial personality disorder, or ASPD. Antisocial personality disorder is a condition that prevents a person from respecting the laws of society and the people in it by means of aggression, manipulation, or antisocial behavior....

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DQ 1 Assess the changing complexion of the U.S. labor force and how it directly affects the role of unionization in the workplace. Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. In 2011 we see a world that is much different than in the 1950's. The United States has a growing white collar workforce, in "1956 some million" white collar workers belonged to unions (Sloan & Witney, 2010, p. 10). By 2008, 52 years later, millions of white collar jobs had been added, but only 6 million were members of a union. Many white collar workers feel that by joining a union it may seem they...

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Wal-Mart Analysis ACC 205 Financial Statement Analysis Financial Analysis of Wal-Mart Abstract The purpose is to present the financial analysis of Wal-Mart Stores Inc. To analyze the financial position data for the year ended Jan 2012 and Jan 2011 has been used. For this purpose the horizontal and ratio analysis techniques have been used. Company Overview WMT is the symbol of Wal-Mart listed in NYSE in 1972. However, it was founded in 1962 by Sam Walton. It is the largest company in the discount variety store sector; it has around more than 8000 stores. Its total revenue stood...

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Wal-Mart Analysis ACC 205 Financial Statement Analysis Financial Analysis of Wal-Mart Abstract The purpose is to present the financial analysis of Wal-Mart Stores Inc. To analyze the financial position data for the year ended Jan 2012 and Jan 2011 has been used. For this purpose the horizontal and ratio analysis techniques have been used. Company Overview WMT is the symbol of Wal-Mart listed in NYSE in 1972. However, it was founded in 1962 by Sam Walton. It is the largest company in the discount variety store sector; it has around more than 8000 stores. Its total revenue stood...

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Bianca Holmes Literature Syllabus ENG1302: Professor Slaughter December 2015 Textbook Citation Abcarian, R., Klotz, M., & Cohen, S. Literature: The Human Experience, Reading and Writing. Bedford St. Martin's. Boston. 2013. Print Assignment 1 Read "Reading Drama" p. 17 Read "Trifles" Write an essay on the writing topics found on Writing Topics: i. Show how the discussion of Mrs. Wright's quilt embodies the major themes of Trifles The major themes include women's oppression and male superiority Confinement and feeling trapped Solitude Mental Instability The quilt is said to appear...

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Week Four - Team A Textbook Problems ACC460 Week Four - Team A Textbook Problems Chapter 5: Problem 5-11 - Nonexchange expenditures are the mirror image of nonexchange revenues. A state government provided several grants to school districts and local governments during its fiscal year ending August 31. a) Prepare the journal entries that the state would make in fiscal 2013 to record the awards in an appropriate governmental fund. Briefly justify the amount of expenditure that you recognized. Item 1 - On August 1, 2012, it...

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Heart blocks Students Name: Institutional Affiliation: Heart abnormalities are the largest contributors of the irregularity in the heart rhythm. Heart disorders are the most common cause of an abnormal heart rhythm. Heart block is a condition that refers to the delay in conduction current as it goes via the atrioventricular node or both the bundle branches that are situated between the atria and the ventricles (Brent Mitchelle, 2015). Heart block can be congenital or acquired. The disease can be categorized into two broad categories according to the information...

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Dear Sir/Madam, While searching for something to engage me after my graduation, I thought it wise to apply for internal medicine residency program this year. My name is Suveen Krishna, and I am a medical graduate. I was very ecstatic to my realization that there could be a marvelous opportunity here because I am one person who has gone through several interviews regarding the program with the recent one being at St Joseph Hospital on the 21st January 2016. As part of the experiences I have regarding this position I am happy to highlight that I have worked as a volunteer at St. Annes free...

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Value Objectivity Paper PCN-505 May 11, 2016 Value Objectivity Paper There are so many different views of opinion of whether or not a counselor should try to remain value-objective when controversial issues arise with a client. On one hand it is okay to be value-objective with your client, if it is going to help them. Some cases such as a Christian based counselor, the client expects to hear your values and morals in the counseling sessions. Can therapists keep their values out of their counseling sessions? The belief that practitioners can be completely objective and value-free is no...

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Peer-reviewed Concept Analysis Article Suliat Ogunlana Grand Canyon University NUR-502 Theoretical Foundations for Nursing Roles and Practice Dr. Nora Hamilton May 6, 2015 According to McEwen and Wills (2014, p. 58), concepts are terms that refer to phenomena that occur in nature or in thought. Concepts expatiate the theme of the theories of a practice. In this peer-reviewed concept analysis paper, I will be evaluating a peer-reviewed concept analysis article. I will also write a response about it describing the steps of process and thee result for each step; then...

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Final Research Proposal Tamatha Taylor Grand Cannon University PCN-540 March 6, 2016 Professor Jody Pendleton Final Research Proposal Does boot camp really work for adolescent males between the ages of 14 and 21or will having some spend time in either boot camp exercise or in house therapy session? One will never know until it is tested using a design technique to simplify the outcome. The problems is to gathering the data with young adolescents who are willing to participate in the study and take a simple survey afterwards. With behavior disorder, one has to see how extreme the...

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Global Perspective on Health Policy Azinna Franceschini HCS/550 October 20, 2015 Elaine Bobo Global Perspective on Health Policy A controversial issue that continues to seek policy recreations is abortions. Many women feel as if it is their own right to do what she wants with her body, whereas others feel as if it is considered murder. Since the 1880s abortion has been practiced until most states decided they were going to ban unless it was to save the life of a woman (Our Bodies Ourselves Abortion, 2014). With the laws banning abortion rights many woman were facing death...

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Wal-Mart Performance Tischkia Joiner BUS 401 Principles of Finance Mathew Keyes August 24, 2015 Wal-Mart Performance Wal-Mart first opened in 1962 in Rogers Arkansas, it has been growing and that growth potential does not look to change anytime soon. Wal-Mart and subsidiary stores have been in business over 50 years and at last count has over 11,000 stores in various formats in 27 countries (). With the growth that Wal-Mart has seen over the years the company has had to overcome many financial hurdles to stay in business and remain solvent. The annual report for Wal-Mart in the year...

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NR 439 Week 5 Discussion Post 1 & 2 NR 439 Evidence-Based Practice (Chamberlain - Spring 2016) Week 5 Discussion 1 - Measurement Strategies Describe what reliability means in terms of research and why it is important. How does a researcher ensure that reliability is maintained in instruments, and between raters? Professor and classmates, Reliability refers to the consistency of a measure (Houser, 2015, p. 200). A test is considered reliable if the same results are reproduced repeatedly and precisely. If a test is conducted to measure a specific personality trait and each time the test...

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Topic 1 DQ1 Discuss the differences between research, research utilization, and evidence-based practice. You may want to link this to the historical evolution of research in nursing. Research is a systematic inquiry or study that validates and refines existing nursing knowledge and develops new insights. The primary goal of research is the development of an empirical body of awareness for a discipline or profession, such as nursing (Burns, Grove & Burns, 2014, p.3). Research utilization was developed to address the problems of using research findings in practice; It is the process of...

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Conflict vs. Life Louella Alfred ENG125 Introduction to Literature Instructor Amy Myer July 13, 2015 Conflict determination works in light of the suspicion that both individuals are to some extent in charge of the present problem and need to work it out. ( Clugston, R. W. (2014) IN our everyday life bullying has showed its ugly heads among children among adults, on the jobs and in the schools and sometime in the home its about the choices the bully makes to target another person. In a discord people may get disillusioned and irate. Chances are the measure of feeling each individual...

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Instructions The high-level alternatives analysis. Basic Instructions: • Decide how to construct and make ready to open the new Acme Mexico City (AMC) facility. In doing so, each team prepares a report to include a team work plan (TWP), a project charter (PC), and a project management plan (PMP) for the facility. Additional Instructions: • Project Charter1 o Use a format of your choice, such as Kathy Schwalbe's o I'll be looking particularly for  What is the purpose of the project  Who tasked it and who sponsors it (you should hypothesize a sensible choice of sponsor at...

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The Future at Galaxy Toy Assignment 3: Implementing and Evaluating the Future at Galaxy Toys, Inc. (Week 8) Purpose: Continuing with the saga of Galaxy Toys, Inc., the third assignment covers the last three functions of the P-O-L-C, Organizing, Leading and Controlling. Students will look at the production floor of Galaxy Toys, Inc. through the lens of the organizing function, create an organizational...

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**NR 503 - Population Health, Epidemiology, & Statistical Principles** Occurrence of HIV/AIDS in African American Population of Dallas, Texas Chamberlain College Of Nursing NR 503 Health Epidemiology & Stats June 2016 Occurrence of HIV/AIDS in African American Population of Dallas, Texas As a future Family Nurse Practitionerplanning to one-daypractice in Dallas county, one infectious disease that is currently worrisome and running rampant in this city isHIV/AIDS. Dallas has unfortunately become one of the top 25 U.S. cites with the highest rates of HIV infection within the last few...

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BUS 599 Module 2 Case XCG The Excellent Consulting Group Communication from Art: Thank you for your report on the strategy analysis of Whole Foods Market. Now, we need to move ahead to the next part of this project. ABC Company and Whole Foods Market have decided they want to do an Organizational Diagnosis to determine how various aspects of Whole Foods Market are aligned, such as inputs, resources, productivity, throughput effort, outputs, performance, strategy, etc. They want to know if there are any significant issues at Whole Foods Market and how these issues might affect its...

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Affordable Care Act On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed comprehensive health reform, known as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, into law. The primary purpose of the health reform is to improve the nation's health. As we have read, access to preventative care is shown to improve the overall morbidity and mortality of a population. One of the provisions of the act is to require all U.S. citizens to purchase health care insurance by the year 2014. In your opinion, is it ethical to require medical insurance coverage for all citizens? Explain your answer and...

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Abs 200, Week 2, Discussion 1 ABS 200, Week 2, Discussion 1 Discuss Empowerment and Empowerment Theory, The Strengths Perspective, and Resiliency and why this focus is a vital concept in the Generalist Practice. Empowerment allows individuals with valuable options in gaining control over their lives, addressing the impact of inequalities, oppression, and discrimination. "It is the process of increasing personal, interpersonal, or political power so that individuals can take action to improve their life situations" (Kirst-Ashman, 2011). It allows one to solve their own problems. The...

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Trident University Angel M Delgado Module 1 Session Long Project OPM 300: Operations Management and Productivity Dr. Nicholas Bowersox April 20th, 2014 McDonald's has always been a leader in fast food industry. Through its dynamic market expansion, new products and special promotional strategies, it has succeeded in making a name for itself in the minds of the target customers. One would be amazed to hear that 68 million customers are served daily in 119 countries at McDonald's and as of 2012 it brings billions a year in revenue. So the question is, how...

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Trident University International MGT301 - Principles of Management Module 4 Case Assignment Dr. May 16, 2014 Leading Steve Jobs turned Apple into a groundbreaking technology leader and the most valuable company in Silicon Valley. In 2009, Fortune Magazine named Steve Jobs its "CEO of the Decade." The magazine's profile of Jobs noted that the 54-year-old overcame rejection from his own company in the 1980s, a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation scandal, two brushes with death and "his own often unpleasant demeanor" to earn the title. Given that Jobs has transformed...

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Trident University Module 1 Case Assignment MGT 301: Functions of Management and Roles of Management Dr. Joseph Thomas April 9th, 2014 McDonald's has always been a leader in fast food industry. Through its dynamic market expansion, new products and special promotional strategies, it has succeeded in making a name for itself in the minds of the target customers. One would be amazed to hear that 68 million customers are served daily in 119 countries at McDonald's and as of 2012 it brings billions a year in revenue. So the question is, how does McDonald's stay a...

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CheckPoint: Setting Goals GEN 105 CheckPoint: Setting Goals Finish my Bachelor's Degree Receive my Bachelor's Degree from Methodist University while completing the ROTC program to become a Commissioned Officer in the United States Army. Moderately difficult Does align with my values Short-term goals: 1. Complete my current classes with UOPX Continue to do all assignments and keep up with participation June, 2011 2. Finish my Associate's Degree with UOPX Make the time to continue my education even though it will not be easy with my current career path October, 2011 3....

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Formulating Questions EDA 577 Reading School Improvement Process Chart Formulating Questions Having enough time in a day for teachers to teach and for students to learn is something that schools try to maximize every year. When it comes to scheduling for the upcoming year it is important to look at what your needs are for your students. At D.J Bakie Elementary School one of our needs is to improve our students''s reading scores. In the 2013-2014 school year our students took the Fountas and Pinnell Assessment and as shown in Table 1 the students' in grades 1 and 4...

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Trident University International MGT301 - Principles of Management Module 4 Case Assignment Dr. May 16, 2014 Leading Steve Jobs turned Apple into a groundbreaking technology leader and the most valuable company in Silicon Valley. In 2009, Fortune Magazine named Steve Jobs its "CEO of the Decade." The magazine's profile of Jobs noted that the 54-year-old overcame rejection from his own company in the 1980s, a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation scandal, two brushes with death and "his own often unpleasant demeanor" to earn the title. Given that Jobs has transformed...

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Trident University Module 1 Case Assignment MGT 301: Functions of Management and Roles of Management Dr. Joseph Thomas April 9th, 2014 McDonald's has always been a leader in fast food industry. Through its dynamic market expansion, new products and special promotional strategies, it has succeeded in making a name for itself in the minds of the target customers. One would be amazed to hear that 68 million customers are served daily in 119 countries at McDonald's and as of 2012 it brings billions a year in revenue. So the question is, how does McDonald's stay a...

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NRS 433V Introduction to Nursing Research week 3 Research critique part 1 Adolescent Inpatient Treatment for Anorexia Your name Introduction to Nursing Research NRS 433V Angie Lawson March 15, 2015 Adolescent Inpatient Treatment for Anorexia Problem statement Anorexia nervosa (AN) is an eating disorder that is characterized by self-imposed weight loss, endocrine dysfunction, and a distorted psychopathologic attitude toward weight and eating. It is centered on mental phenomenon and affected by several natural and societal factors (Wozniak, Rekleiti, & Roupa, 2012). In any...

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NRS 433V. Introduction to nursing research. week 4 research critique part 2 Vaccine Safety Perception and Concerns Among Caretakers in Uganda Your Name Introduction to Nursing Research NRS 433V Angie Lawson March 18, 2015 Vaccine Safety Perception and Concerns Among Caretakers in Uganda Introduction The widespread use of vaccination remains one of the most significant advances in pediatrics, altering the morbidity and mortality associated with once common and feared childhood diseases (Bowden & Greenberg, 2010). The use of vaccines has repeatedly proved to be the most...

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_A+ Grade Solutions_ ####**FRL 300 Chapter 2 Homework** 1. A firm has common stock of $87, paid-in surplus of $240, total liabilities of $395, current assets of $360, and fixed assets of $570. What is the amount of the shareholders' equity? 2. Recently, the owner of Martha's Wares encountered severe legal problems and is trying to sell her business. The company built a building at a cost of $1,270,000 that is currently appraised at $1,470,000. The equipment originally cost $750,000 and is currently valued at $497,000. The inventory is valued on the balance sheet at $440,000 but has a...

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Finance Help A+ Grade Solutions 1.)You are scheduled to receive $15,500 in three years. When you receive it, you will invest it for seven more years at 7.2 percent per year. How much will you have in ten years? (Do not round intermediate calculations and round your final answer to 2 decimal places. (e.g., ) Future Value: 2.)Rust Bucket Motor Credit Corporation (RBMCC), a subsidiary of Rust Bucket Motor, offered some securities for sale to the public on March 28, 2008. Under the terms of the deal, RBMCC promised to repay the owner of one of these securities $100,000 on...

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International and Intercultural Communication BUS 600: Management Communications with Technology Tools Instructor Robert DeYoung January 19, 2015 There are a number of differences that can present themselves as barrier when it comes to communication. These differences can be present even within the same country, take the US for example, the dialects of the English language vary from north to south, as well as food and beverage choices within those regions; however you are still in the United States (Baack, 2012). These variables and cultural differences become far greater...

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The Impact of Workplace Bullying BUS 600: Management Communications with Technology Tools Instructor Robert DeYoung February 9, 2015 Bullying is a term we hear often and in all facets of life whether it is personal or professional; "in businesses or schools, such bullying is an inefficient way of working that is both costly and preventable" (Wiedmer, 2007). "Bullying is a pervasive, targeted, and planned effort that can be overtly obvious or can fly under the radar and is conducted by practiced and malicious individuals who seek power, control, domination, and subjugation"...

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Conflict Identification and Resolution Mia A. Rapier BUS 610: Organizational Behavior Dr. Anthony Trotta September 28, 2014 Conflict is part of our human disposition; consequently, it is customary within organizations. "Left unanalyzed and unchecked, it can be a destructive force that consumes time, money and human resources. Learning the various ways that people resolve conflict and expanding their conflict resolution styles can lead to better results" (Sadri, 2012). Within organizations employees have personal beliefs, styles and attitudes, and backgrounds that at times can...

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Is Wind Power Green Edward Thompson Jr. SCI 207: Dependence of Man on the Environment Professor Janice Johnson June 9, 2015 Is Wind Power Green Introduction Although fossil fuels are the main energy source used by humans, there are other alternatives available to humans. One form of alternative energy is wind energy. There are many different views on wind power. Some people are for wind power claiming it is an excellent renewable source of energy while others claim it is too costly to implement. As stated in our text, "Wind power development has been accelerating in recent years in...

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Organization Culture Analysis Elizabeth Keenan BUS610: Organizational Behavior (MOC1451B) Shawna Wentlandt December 22, 2014 Observable artifacts, espoused values, and enacted values analysis discovers a great measure of units to the look which unite to establish total organizational culture. It mentions the broad culture inside a company or organization, and is frequently as well related to for corporate culture (Gimenez-Espin, Jimnez-Jimnez, & Martnez-Costa, 2013). Organizational cultures is the arrangement of the set of beliefs, values, and norms, conjoined with symbols...

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Negligent Tort Elizabeth Keenan BUS670: Legal Environment (MOD1507B) Keysha Knights February 23, 2015 Negligent tort a tort perpetrate inability to go about as a sensible individual to somebody to whom he or she owes an obligation, as compelling through regulation considering the present situation. Additional, this type of torts are not find, and it have to be a damages or injuries occur or follow as the consequence of something because of the rupture of the obligation (Sequist, 2012). An example of negligent tort is a product recall. In this assignment, I will be...

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Learning by Doing Nateshia Bush Professor Ron PAD 525 January 13, 2015 Abstract This class is Constitutional and Administrative Law known as PAD 525. This class is necessary, because it is important for individuals to define as well as understand the United States Constitution and how it works. Szypszak (2011) gives explanation to the many methods utilized by scholars to decipher the language of the United States Constitution and legal system by different processes involving constitutional, regulatory, and administrative laws at the federal and state levels. This...

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"Need Definition" INF 336 Lori Deere May 10, 2015 Need Definition 1. Describe the differences between needs identification and defining commercial equivalents and discuss why it is preferable to separate into two stages. Two steps in the acquisition process that should to be considered are, needs identification and translating those needs into commercial equivalents. Our text states, "Needs are qualified at three levels. At level 1, needs are defined as strategic or nonstrategic. At level 2, quality, quantity, delivery, price, and service form the traditional value criteria for...

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Kentucky Eagle Leadership Evaluation Jackie Olney BUS 660 Dr. Beth Langevin April 14, 2014 Kentucky Eagle Leadership Evaluation Announce performance appraisals will be conducted on a particular day and watch people react; some become excited because it is an opportunity to receive an opinion on work performed, the possibility of a raise, or even a promotion. It has been said if an employee knows what is expected and receives proper coaching there is greater motivation to perform at his or her best (Youssef & Noon, 2012). The same holds true for those in leadership...

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Critical Analysis Paper: Elements of a Contract Cassandra Settlemyre BUS 311: Business Law 1 Instructor: Janet Fiorentino June 14, 2015 As adults we sign a number of different contracts throughout our lifetime; whether it be a cell phone, a new car, a leased car, a lease agreement for a new apartment, or a new home it is something that all of us as adults have signed or agreed to at least once. Everyone signs a contract in their lifetime, but does everyone understand them? Every contract that is signed or orally entered into has essentials to that contract that need to be upheld...

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Nelson Mandela: A Creative Hero Manny Munoz, James Santos, Ovidio Cruz March 17, 2015 PHI/458 Venessa Kadiri Nelson Mandela: A Creative Hero Nelson Mandela's legacy dates back to a multi-racially segregated South Africa. Mandela's vision was one of inclusion and hope. It was also one of reconciliation and civility in the conduct of political debate (Parisella, 2013, p-1). Above all, he believed in education: "Education is the most powerful weapon with which you can hope to change the world," he said. He also considered love to be the best antidote to racism: "People...

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What are the challenges in managing a portfolio of companies? Identify an organization that has been consistently successful. What critical success factors have they emphasized? Companies that manage a portfolio of companies find it challenging to manage "the resource needs of diverse businesses and their respective strategic missions, particularly in times of limited resources" (Pearce & Robinson, 2011, p. 243). GE has been successful managingits portfolio of companies. GE has a multitude of diverse companies. Some of their products and services include: appliances, energy, lighting,...

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Week 04 Question 06 Prepared By: Submitted To: Course Title: University: October 27, 2014 Even though a certain amount of pressure and stress on the employee can prove to be beneficial, relatively boosting employee performance (Cento, 2003), acting as a motivating factor (Papasolomou-Doukakis et al., 2004), excessive stress can have very negative consequences for the employee, creating alienation and affecting is productivity. The negative effect of stress on employee productivity cannot be ignored, as it can significantly affect individual performance (Nikkos et al. 2010), making...

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New System Proposal Outline IT/205 August 8, 2014 New System Proposal Outline Riordan Manufacturing has three operating entities - Georgia, Michigan and California - plus a joint venture in the People's Republic of China (University of Phoenix 2013). The San Jose office has a license for a fully integrated Windows based ERP manufacturing, distribution and financial management software application. The license does not include application source code which can cause a problem with updating or customization. The Michigan plant has a problem with the vendor developed software. The...

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Servant Leadership in Diverse Contexts David Wright Grand Canyon University: PSC 410 5-15-2016 Servant leadership Servant leadership was a concept forged by a man named Robert Greenleaf in 1970. Mr. Greenleafs theory on leadership expresses the idea of serving people first. Servant leadership focuses on the needs of others putting those needs first in order to help that person grow and prosper. Leaders we admire do not place themselves at the center, they place others there. They do not seek the attention of people, they give it to others. They do not...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**BUS 302 Week 4 Assignment 1 Innovation from Google’s Free Food Strategy** Google is widely known for its workplace creativity and innovation within the technology field. Its search engine is the most extensively used search tool in the world, its data analytics are revolutionary, and it continues to raise the bar for innovation and design with Google Glass, smart watches, and mobile phones. Google has been featured in dozens of technology and business magazines. Additionally, Fortune Magazine’s list of the “Best Companies to Work For 2014” has ranked...

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An Analysis of an Ethical Dilemma: Voluntary/Assisted Euthanasia Grand Canyon University: NRS-437V July 16, 2015 Euthanasia is typically defined as the act of a physician intentionally ending the life of a patient at his or her request through administration of a lethal substance (Pereira, 2011). In voluntary euthanasia, it is the physician who administers the lethal substance. In physician-assisted euthanasia, the patient self-administers a lethal substance prescribed by a physician. Euthanasia is a controversial ethical dilemma for many people. The core question is whether...

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BUS330: Principles of Marketing Gatorade Marketing LaShondra Dyer BUS330: Principles of Marketing Instructor: Shiquita Blue June 27, 2016 Introduction International marketing, also known as global marketing, is the process of overseas advertising of the products that a company sells. Global marketing consists of far more than the sale of a product internationally. Alternately, it includes the processes of planning, producing, placing, and promoting a companys products in a worldwide market. As stated by S. White, doing business across borders can mean exporting products and...

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Gender Discrimination in the Workplace LaShondra Dyer PHI445: Personal & Organizational Ethics Instructor: Ryan Goulding May 23, 2016 INTRODUCTION Discriminatory and disparate pay amid women in the workplace is an issue that has landed in the Supreme Court. Lily Ledbetter won a case against her employer Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., as a result of being paid less than her male counterparts. Although, Ms. Ledbetters case was overturned by the Supreme Court through Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. One benefit to Ms. Ledbetter suing Goodyear was the Paycheck...

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Short Answer Assignment Jennifer P Coetzee PCN-500 June 29, 2016 Rebecca A. Richey, MAEd, MC, NCC, MHC Short Answer Assignment 1. Why are counseling theories important to professional counselors? Counseling theories are important to professional counselors because it allows the counselor to remain focused and organized. The counselor assesses the needs of the clients then develops their treatment based on which ever theory would best suit the client. This allows the counselor to remain focused and know the direction they need to take with the client, and how to assess the needs of the...

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HLT-310B Spirituality in Health Care: Healthcare Provider and Faith Diversity Winsome Mclean-White Grand Canyon University: HLT 310B July 25, 2016 ABSTRACT: Worldviews are sets of beliefs and assumptions that express how cultures interpret and explain their experience. (Tilburt,2010) The purpose of this research is to do a comparative report between Buddhism and Christian Worldviews as it relates to their faith and beliefs and the impaction it has on our health care delivery. A brief background history of each religion is covered, also the healthcare providers responsibility...

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Learning Styles Learning Styles Amanda Stewart Grand Canyon University NRS 490 July 23, 2016 Learning Styles Have you ever wondered if there was a way or a strategy that would help you learn better? Fleming and Mills (1992) suggested four categories that seemed to reflect the experiences of learners.[ CITATION Nei16 \l 1033 ] There are several different learning styles that are used by individuals, visual, aural/auditory, read/write, and kinesthetic (.). As define by Wikipedia about learning styles, it is an individual's natural or habitual pattern of acquiring and processing...

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Comparing IFRS to GAAP Essay University of Phoenix ACC/291 August 27th, 2016 Chrystal Williams Comparing IFRS to GAAP IFRS 8-1: The Fair Value Measurement was standardized in both the IFRS and GAAP back in September of 2005. Since 2005 A committee has been formed since and it evaluates all techniques that are used across the board for both the IFRS and GAAP. Both the IASB and FASB decided to issue new guidance On May 12, 2011 on fair value measurement and the disclosure this process also is the defined the same for both. A gap is closed for the two where there...

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Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Hollie Cole BCOM/275 June 17, 2013 Yvonne Perez Chilean Copper Mine Collapse On August 5, 2010 in northern Chile at San Jose mine a cave collapsed trapping 33 miners more than 2000-feet underground (Weik, n.d.). This should have been just another day, a normal 12-hour shift at work, but it instead it turned into a 69 day nightmare. Miners, much like fire fighters and policemen, know there is a risk in the work they do. Their families also know that there is a risk and in a way accept that someday they may get a call with bad news. Knowing this and having it...

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Peer Research Articles: Nurse-Patient Relationships Peer Research Articles: Nurse-Patient Relationships The practice problem that has been chosen to research is nurse-patient relationship and how it affects both parties. Contemporary views in nursing postulate that the relationship between nurses and patients is centered on the health of the patient, his/her well-being, and ultimate recovery (Stavropoulou et al., 2012). It is hypothesized that the healing and positive therapeutic results purported to have an essential relationship between the intimacy levels amid patients and...

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Financial Management Challenges Tischkia Joiner BUS 401 Principles of Finance Mathew Keyes June 20, 2015 Financial Management Challenges Financial management can cause many business owners, and company mangers headaches that can be non-stop. Managers face many difficult decisions daily that affect how the company is handled and where investments are made. Having a better understanding of the financial side of business helps to ease the burden when it comes to running the company effectively. When other financial firms suffered huge redemptions, Brevan Howard unlike many of its peer...

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Your Name.. ACCT601 Accounting Capstone Week 4 Term Paper Professor Richard Adamich March 22nd, 2016 In the article Better Days Ahead by Angel Cabrera, Mr. Cabrera goes on to list some of the bigger accounting frauds that have happened by giving a quick one liner into what happened within each fraud example. He discussed Enron and how because the executives were hiding billions of dollars of debts through fraudulent accounting practices, it caused the company to wipe out thousands of jobs, billions of stockholder equity, and even caused an accounting firm giant, Arthur Andersen, to...

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New Student Orientation Template Student Name: Date: September 27, 2015 Directions: 1. Carefully read the New Student Orientation Guidelines found in Doc Sharing. This provides specific details on how to complete this assignment. Carefully read the Rubric prior to completing this assignment. 2. Rename this document by clicking Save As. Change the file name so it reads Your Last Name New Student . For example, if your last name is Smith, type Smith New Student . 3. Save the document as a .docx compatible with Microsoft Word 2010 or later. 4. Type your name and date at the top of this...

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HSM 315 Emergency Planning ------------------------------------------- Ashford University - July 2016 HSM 315 WEEK 5 Chapter 10,11 DISCUSSION 1 Explain what risk communication is and how it is used to promote hazard adjustment. Lastly, discuss the importance of timing with regard to risk communication. Is it better to alert the public in advance of all risks or wait until events happen and then react to the event with more specific risk communications? Risk Communication Risk communication reduces the need for emotions and arousal by implementing a series of training exercises that...

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Topic 1 DQ2 Identify and discuss two major ways in which qualitative research differs from quantitative research. Is one better than the other? Provide reference(s). Qualitative research is narrative descriptions based upon information the researcher gathered through various conversations with study participants (Polit & Beck, 2012, pg. 50). Qualitative Research is essentially exploratory research; it is used to obtain an understanding of underlying reasons, opinions, and motivations via focus groups (group discussions), individual interviews, and participation/observations. The sample...

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Case Study # 2: Managing Congestive Heart Failure Your Name Grand Canyon University NRS 410v - Pathophysiology and Nursing Management of Clients Health October 2016 Introduction Case Study There is a case study presented. A 76-year-old male was experiencing labored breathing, 4 pitting edema, and moist crackles throughout lung fields. Patient (Mr. P) is experiencing cardiomyopathy and congestive heart failure (CHF). This patient has been hospitalized for treatment of CHF symptoms before (Case Study 2, 2013). Mr. P has been finding it very difficult to manage diet restrictions as well...

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Review of The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health Your Name.. Grand Canyon University: NRS-430V May 2016 Nursing Education As stated in the IOM report, nurses should practice to the full extent of their training and education. Americas ever growing population is in need of nurses to maintain the highest level of knowledge in diverse specialties. In 2010 the Affordable Care Act was introduced in the U.S., with this came the need for a revision of the healthcare system. With it the revision of the nursing field which is the largest field in our healthcare...

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Comprehensive Doctoral Review Examination Presented in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Doctor of Business Administration (or Philosophy) By Kristan L. Sears Healthcare Administration Criminal Justice Administration School of Business and Technology Management Northcentral University June 28, 2015 Theory Part 1 In research, theory refers to defined or proposed ways through which researchers are able to make sense of concepts or situations. It is through a theory that researchers are able to present reliable solutions to a problem (Udo-Akang, 2012). Theory can be...

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**Fueling Up** Motorists often complain about rising gas prices. Some motorists purchase fuel efficient vehicles and participate in trip reduction plans, such as carpooling and using alternative transportation. Other drivers try to drive only when necessary. Application Practice Answer the following questions. Use Equation Editor to write mathematical expressions and equations. First, save this file to your hard drive by selecting Save As from the File menu. Click the white space below each question to maintain proper formatting. 1\. Suppose you are at the gas station filling...

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MKT 435 Final Exam Online Dec-Jan 2012-2013 Name: _ _________________________________ 1. The field of consumer behavior involves the study of all of the following except A. groups, individuals or organizations. B. processes used to select, secure, use and dispose of products and services. C. the impact of consumption processes on individuals and society. D. the maximization of profit of firms engaged in marketing to consumers. E. all of the above are involved 2. Applications of theories and information about consumer behavior A. are limited to large commercial...

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VARK Analysis Family Centered Health Promotion VARK Analysis Learning style defined as "an individual's unique approach to learning based on strengths, weaknesses, and preferences" (Dictionary.com, 2013). Every individual has different learning styles, and learning strategies. VARK learning tool provide individuals learning style with an indication of their stronger and weaker preferences for learning . In 1987 Neil Fleming invented VARK model to identify about an individual's learning preferences. By using...

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CJA 354 Criminal Law Life Without Parole ****HERE IS A SAMPLE OF THE ESSAY***** On Monday January 14, 2013 the United States Supreme Court rendered their decision on whether or not juveniles should spend the rest of their lives in prison, without the possibility of parole. The case that was brought before the court involved 14 year old Kuntrell Jackson. "Jackson went with two older boys to rob a video store; on the way he learned that one of the other boys had a gun" (Miller v Alabama, 2010). Jackson stayed outside for a while, then entered the store and said "I thought we was only...

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Constitutional Issues Related to Same-gender Marriage In 2012 the Armed Services Committee of the House of Representatives adopted, by a party-line vote, an amendment to the military defense budget for 2013 that would prohibit same-gender marriage ceremonies in base chapels serving members of the U.S. Armed Forces. If this amendment is enacted into law, it will change current Defense Department policy that allows use of chapels for religious marriage ceremonies on sexual-orientation neutral basis. If by law the government denies a same-gender military couple permission to hold a...

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MONTHLY December, 2012 - January, 2013 21st century IT Trends Special this month - Web Development Guidelines p-3 inspirational trends in information technology

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MONTHLY December, 2012 - January, 2013 21st century IT Trends Special this month - Web Development Guidelines p-3 inspirational trends in information technology

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MONTHLY December, 2012 - January, 2013 21st century IT Trends Special this month - Web Development Guidelines p-3 inspirational trends in information technology

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MONTHLY December, 2012 - January, 2013 21st century IT Trends Special this month - Web Development Guidelines p-3 inspirational trends in information technology

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Internal Revenue Service Scandal The Internal Revenue Service has been at the center of a controversial scandal along with a few political figureheads. This scandal has had Congress to convene several times and affected many officials. In Washington, lawmakers have had documents retained and personnel named to be summoned to testify. It is interesting that during a two-year period, 298 groups sought-after tax-exemption but a third of them received additional scrutiny. According to Shesgreen (2013) at least 108 eventually had their tax-exempt applications approved, including 31 tea...

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Depression PSY/270 2014 Depression Depression is a mood disorder makes individual feel sad, life overwhelmingly challenging, low self-esteem, lose of interest in activities once enjoyed, and life does not worth living. Depression also affects the way individual thinks and behaves and may cause varieties of physical problems (Comer, 2011). Depression is not a sudden chronic illness or a viruses infection problem, it sneak up slowly as a result of living problems, such as death of loving one financial or emotional problems. No one can snap out of depression in a short time...

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Antitrust Practices and Market Power Antitrust Practices and Market Power DeVry University Antitrust Policy consists of laws and government actions designed to prevent monopoly and promote competition. On June 23, 2011, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission initiated an antitrust probe into Google, the world's largest search engine. FTC's investigation entailed a broad probe into Google's business practices and weather it was abusing its search power to drive traffic to its own properties over rival sites and services. After a nearly twenty month high-profile investigation,...

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Trident University Module 5 Season Long Project OPM 300: Operations Management and Productivity Dr. Nicholas Bowersox May 6, 2014 1) Check the Internet about the company you chose. Check the websites as well. How is e-commerce applied in the organization? McDonald's has always been a leader in the fast food industry for growing with the times and embracing technology. In the 70's, moved from cash registers and completely install computerized points-of-sale, becoming one of the first fast food restaurants to do so. (McDonald's Technology) Now, in 2012, McDonald's is...

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New Product Launch Marketing plan Market trends and growth of vitamins in USA Whether it is an aged individual or a baby, or a grown up, all of them consumer vitamins. The growth of the vitamin and dietary supplements has increased tremendously and offers good prospects. There has been increasing concern on focusing on healthy living along with high cost of medical care has led to rise in the sale of vitamins. The market is growing rapidly and there are prospects of many new companies entering it. The share of adults consuming vitamins has increases by more than 10% in 2012 (Carl,...

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Risk and Quality Management Assessment Summary HCS/451 Introduction According to Sollecito and Johnson (2013), "Quality management is a systematic and continuous development that organizations use to deliver products, services, and to distribute merchandise that will meet or exceed consumer expectations. Quality management in healthcare has evolved over the years to address increased demands from consumers related to the quality of care as well as to address problems in patients' outcomes." Sometimes, the definition of quality is often elusive because it is perceived differently from...

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Starbucks Business Environment Foresight Exercise - W1 Assignment Company nominated: Starbucks Corporation (Starbucks) Outline what the Probable scenario might be in 3-5 years time. Then consider if you could predict the future by creating it; what would be the Preferred scenario? Outline what the gap between the two scenarios are and outline some strategies that could be used to bring the Probable outlook closer to your Preferred outlook, thereby gaining competitive advantage. The business environment is the internal and external conditions with legal, social, economical, political...

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The Big Data Challenges By Jamia Yant April 19th, 2012 Introduction When Volvo separated from Ford in 2010, it was breaking free from an IT infrastructure that consisted of a tangle of different systems and licenses. The need was there to develop a new stand alone IT infrastructure that could provide better Business Intelligence, boost communication capabilities and enrich collaborations. Volvo Car Corporation Integrates the Cloud into Its Networks The ability to collectively harness the wealth of data being mined was invaluable. Volvo collects terabytes...

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A+ Solution Assignment Task Write a report to your tutor in which you: 1.Report on the development of your preferred Evidence Based Initiative (EBI). You will need to include a brief description of why the initiative is needed and an account of the preparatory work that you have done in setting up and scoping the Evidence Based Initiative. (1000 words) 2.Discuss your choice of context theme and your reasons for making that choice. (600 words) 3.Identify at least one of the topics covered in this course material that you will need to consider because of the demands of...

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A+Solution Geography •Your country's name •- Research the meaning behind the flag too - what do the colors or symbols represent? •Map of the country, in color - I suggest getting a blank outline map for the country and filling in some details by hand (e.g., main roads, a few main cities, rivers, lakes) •Population •Name of the capital city and size of its population. •Is it a primate city? That means it is bigger than the second and third biggest cities combined •Growth rate of the country's population (same as annual increase rate) •Population density...

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Assignment 2 Prof. Dr. Yun-Sheng Wang CIS 510 - Advanced Systems Analysis and Design 11. 05. 2014 Strayer University Abstract This paper discuss a use case diagram of RMO CSMS marketing subsystem. This paper identifies system stakeholders and formulates their needs. According to the book, the marketing subsystem is mainly for employees to create an information and services for clients. Throughout this subsystem, employees can enter particulars about all the merchandise supplied by Ridgeline Mountain Outfitters (RMO). This subsystem can also be given through the Supply Chain...

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Assignment 3 Prof. Dr. Yun-Sheng Wang CIS 510 - Advanced Systems Analysis and Design 11. 26. 2014 Strayer University Abstract This paper creates a domain model class diagram for the RMO CSMS marketing subsystem. The users of the CSMS marketing subsystem are Merchandising and marketing. The use cases of marketing subsystem consist of four classes. However, this paper discusses not only four use cases of the marketing subsystem but also other cases of other subsystems. Moreover, this paper describes an overview of the diagram an analysis of the different classes in the...

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Assignment 4 Prof. Dr. Yun-Sheng Wang CIS 510 - Advanced Systems Analysis and Design 12. 10. 2014 Abstract In these day, business environment is very much complicated, and the technologies change quickly, and organizations are constantly changing their software requirements to adjust with new environment. In the past decades, waterfall model that is one of the predictive models used to analysis, design, implement and deploy. However, the traditional methodologies could not catch modern technologies. Agile development is a philosophy and set of guidelines for developing...

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Marketing plan phase i Team University of Phoenix Marketing MKT/421 Instructor March 26, 2011 Marketing plan phase i the marketing plan is the key to the success of an organization in today's business world. The marketing plan applies the strategies the organization will use to reach their organizational goals. This marketing plan will give an overview of best buy company, inc. And a description of a new product which they plan to develop and sell. Organizational overview in 1966 richard schulze opened his first store, which was called the sound of music. In...

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Marketing plan phase i Team University of Phoenix Marketing MKT/421 Instructor March 26, 2011 Marketing plan phase i the marketing plan is the key to the success of an organization in today's business world. The marketing plan applies the strategies the organization will use to reach their organizational goals. This marketing plan will give an overview of best buy company, inc. And a description of a new product which they plan to develop and sell. Organizational overview in 1966 richard schulze opened his first store, which was called the sound of music. In...

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Critical thinking By: January 10, 2013 Introduction to applied behavior science Meaganmarksbury Critical thinking is the ability to take truth, both assumed and stated, and come to a conclusion or opinion on such said truth. Critical thinking "concentrates on the process of reasoning" (kirst-ashman, 2011). In other words critical thinking is the process of good thinking or thinking about thinking. Critical thinking helps to sort and organize knowledge. Being able to utilize what you know and use it to make a good sound use of it to solve issues or problems. Utilizing...

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Lg Bus650 Lg Financial analysis: the lg group The lg group is the largest global manufacturer of electronics. It is the third largest producer of mobile phones. It was begun in 1947 under the lak hui trading name. It was a cosmetics and trading concern (lee, 2010). In the 1960s, the electronics division of the company, then named goldstar, expanded into the current lg electronics. Lg stood for luk hai goldstar; it was changed to stand for lucky godlstar. Financial statement overview These statements in review constitute the financial position of the korean firm lg...

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Marketing Plan Phase I Team University Of Phoenix Marketing MKT/421 Instructor March 26, 2011 Marketing Plan Phase I The marketing plan is the key to the success of an organization in today's business world. The marketing plan applies the strategies the organization will use to reach their organizational goals. This marketing plan will give an overview of Best Buy Company, Inc. and a description of a new product which they plan to develop and sell. Organizational Overview In 1966 Richard Schulze opened his first store, which was called the Sound of Music. In 1983...

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Financial Research Report CVS Caremark Corporation-Overview CVS Caremark is the largest integrated pharmacy company in the United States of America with a mission of helping people to achieve better health. As of 2013 the company had over seven thousand four hundred CVS/pharmacy stores spread throughout all the states of the United States of America. The company also operated more than six hundred Minute Clinics under it retail health clinic system. Other product lines that the company offers to its target market includes; Medicare Part D Prescription drug plans, retail health...

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BUSN 460 Week 6 DQ 2 Weighing Decision Criteria BUSN 460 Senior Project - DeVry Top of Form Week 6: Decision Making - Discussion Weighing Decision Criteria (graded) How do we assign weights to criteria? Is it always based strictly on logic and achieving the best quantitative result and why? Responses Responses are listed below in the following order: response, author and the date and time the response is posted. Response Author Date/Time Weights Professor Gariano 12/11/2012 9:37:44 AM What does it mean to weight decision criteria? Why would we...

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Hinduism Name REL/133 June 5, 2012 Jefferey Hineline Hinduism Hinduism is such a complex religion it is a very difficult topic for individuals to study. The fact that Hindus have no specific God and they have so many different belief systems made it difficult for me to interpret. Hinduism is considered one of the world's largest religions's and was created in the Indian subcontinent. Hinduism is not just a religion; it is more so the way of life. It has its own beliefs and traditions. It is a group formed of diverse traditions and has no specific supernatural being or no single holy...

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7921IBA: Major Essay Assessment Item A+ Solutions Question 1 The Australian car industry operates within a relatively small domestic market and faces increased competition from imports. It is perceived value as a ‘strategic industry’, along with political considerations, has seen successive Australian governments providing financial and other assistance to this industry sector. In 2008, for example, the Productivity Commission calculated that total assistance — including financial assistance and remaining tariffs — equaled $23,500 for each automotive industry worker per...

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Chiefdom in a Changing World Tarasha Hickson-Smith WEEK 3DISCUSSION 2 July 14, 2011 From an etic perspective and as a Christian myself, I understand the missionaries objective to save their souls from eternal damnation for the worship of idols (Nowak & Laird, Case Study: Social Organization, 2010). I believe the missionaries had a truly honest endeavor to educate them about the truth and separate myth from fact. This should not have completely dismissed nor discredited their traditional religious culture, but it should have enhanced it adding knowledge to their spiritual wisdom,...

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Controversy and Twentieth Century Music ART340 April 7, 2014 Christopher Dennis Twentieth Century Controversy Romantic Period versus Twentieth Century Music Romanticism flourished in the nineteenth century, allowing composers to rebel against the common forms of music. It was during the romantic period that the music was able to emulate imagination, emotion, and individuality (Kamien, 2011). Although the romantic period stressed the importance for the composers to explore their imagination, the stressing lead to a deep imaginative mind within the twentieth century. During the...

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Business Ethics Mia A. Rapier BUS 610: Organizational Behavior Dr. Anthony Trotta October 5, 2014 Business ethics are deemed behavioral traits which can include "honesty, accuracy, and sound judgment-exemplified by individuals who have cultivated and continue to demonstrate a high moral character" (DeKay, 2011). Robert Nardelli is the notorious former CEO of Home Depot, the nation's second-largest retailer after Wal-Mart Stores. Nardelli's infamy is due in part to his leadership style - one he groomed and perfected at his previous tenure as head of General Electric - which has...

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Organizational Behavior Analysis Nikki Derry BUS610: Organizational Behavior Instructor: Doctor Shawna Wentlandt Monday, October 13, 2014 Organizational Behavior Analysis Baack (2012) defines "Organizational behavior (OB) may be defined as the investigation of the behavioral factors that affect modern organizations and their management at the individual, group, and organization-wide levels." In every organization, you will find a different type of organizational behavior being represented. I have had the privilege of working in different job categories and have had the...

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Individual Current Events in Business Research Write a 300-word summary of the business research process by describing the business research process from your experience in the workplace or in an article you find through the University Library. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines. Current Events in Business Research RES351 April 28, 2014 Current Events in Business Research I have examined an article titled, "Technology could ease textbook costs: Studies show students are slow to embrace new methods of learning" by Christopher Magan, 2010. This article...

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Big Changes for a Small Hospital Jackie Olney BUS 660 Contemporary Issues in Organizational Leadership Dr. Karen Lynne-Daniels Ivy December 2, 2013 Big Changes for a Small Hospital Building an organization can be difficult but many have found it easier to develop positive futures through effective leadership. The medical industry can produce a variety of leadership obstacles. Some obstacles can include: current and future patients, facility maintenance, and employee satisfaction. The Big Change for a Small Hospital case is an example of how a facility can be turned...

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The Impact of Workplace Bullying Allison Wood BUS600 Raj Singh June 22, 2014 Yahoo's Stand against Unethical Behavior Since the financial crisis left the American public in a daze of business uncertainty, any unethical behavior has been immediately exploited and prosecuted fully. Fortune 500 companies have to prove their trustworthiness to the public instead of trying to cover up embarrassing allegations. Due to the remarkable amount of negative attention, reasoning and explanations have been the highlight of many news and business reports (Childs, 2012). Ethical...

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Interpersonal Intercultural Communication Proposal and Thesis Tristan Lawrence Business 600 Instructor Johnny Vanneste September 5, 2013 Assignment Topic The communication topic for my assignment will discuss the dimensions of interpersonal and intercultural communication in the hospital setting. In order to understand communication on an individual level, we have to account for cultural differences (Baak, 2012). Exploring the dynamics of interpersonal and intercultural communication is as crucial to the healthcare...

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Enhancing Interpersonal Communication Tristan Lawrence Business 600 Instructor Johnny Vanneste September 16, 2013 Interpersonal Communication Strengths When analyzing my personal communication skills there are a lot of areas of communication that I didn't realize existed until this class. Communication is perhaps one of the single most important aspects of my life as I love people and have dedicated my life to serving and helping others and as a result, I have in recent years come to understand that communication is the single bridge in...

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Organizational Culture Analysis Your Name BUS610: Organizational Behavior (NAB1423A) Professor: Shawna Wendlandt June 9, 2014 An organization's culture is a combination of experiences of an employee and what they can deliver to an organization. Culture determines the nature of an individual's experience in an organization in both for-profit companies and nonprofit enterprises (Baack, 2012). The culture of an organization is viewed as its personality; it is made up of the beliefs, interest, underlying assumptions, upbringing and experiences. Organizational culture is the...

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Running head: CIS 502 Case Study 2 A Top-Tier Enterprise Information Security Policy Donald Shipman Strayer University CIS 502 Prof. Adebiaye May 13, 2012 A Top Tier Enterprise Information Security Policy An EISP sets the tone for the security policy a given organization will have with regard to all information security. More importantly, the EISP guides the development, implementation, and management requirements of the information security program, which must be met by information security management, IT development, IT operations, and other specific security functions....

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PAK-IT, INC. Business Requirements Tony Howell Jr. CIS499 January 30, 2012 Dr. Richard Burroughs Reference number: Document Control Change Record Date Author Version Change Reference 01/31/2013 Tony Howell Jr. 1 Original Document Reviewers Name Position Tony Howell Jr. (CIO) Chief Information Officer Table of Contents Document Control2 1 Business Requirements4 1.1 Project Overview4 1.2 Background including current process4 1.3 Scope5 Scope of Project5 Constraints and Assumptions19 Risks21 Scope Control25 The...

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Pythagorean Quadratic name MAT 221: Introduction to Algebra Linda Seeger March 30, 2014 Pythagorean Quadratic In our fast pasted world people utilize GPS more than traditional road maps. One reason is that GPS uses trilateration to pinpoint someone's location and that of the location that they want to get to. The same method could be used to get the directions on a road map. Trilateration uses a formula similar to the Pythagorean Theorem formula. "The Pythagorean theorem says that in any right triangle the sum of the squares of the lengths of the legs is equal to the square of...

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Contract Elements BUS 311: Business Law I Instructor: Shawn Grimsley November 10, 2014 Contract Elements We deal with contracts on a daily basis without even realizing it. When we go shopping, go to the hair salon, and even when we drop our children off at the babysitters we are entering into contracts with the individuals who provide these services. "A contract is a legally enforceable agreement between two or more people" (Rogers, 2012). The agreement can be verbal, for example I recently went out of town and needed someone to pet sit. I asked my next door neighbor if she could...

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Health Care: Right or Privilege Jennifer Robinson SOC 120 Instructor: Erin Schouten May 27, 2013 Health Care: Right or Privilege Health care and our right as citizens to have it free of charge is one of the major ethical issues that is affecting our nation. Once a model for the rest of the world of what a health care system should be, the United States currently has one of the least effective health care systems amongst the industrialized nations. Despite the US being a cornerstone of major medical research and having the best trained health care professionals, our nation is...

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Health Care: Right or Privilege Jennifer Robinson SOC 120 Instructor: Erin Schouten June 10, 2013 Health Care: Right or Privilege Health care and our right as citizens to have it free of charge is one of the major ethical issues that is affecting our nation. Once a model for the rest of the world of what a health care system should be, the United States currently has one of the least effective health care systems amongst the industrialized nations. Despite the US being a cornerstone of major medical research and having the best trained health care professionals, our nation is...

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Chapter 11 analysis Shantae Lovett ACC 202 Ryan Riches February 18, 2013 Chapter 11 analysis I chose to analyze chapter 11 because it confused me the most. When starting on this chapter it really left me in a daze trying to figure out everything from fixed cost to mixed cost. Fixed costs are costs that do not change when the quantity of output changes (Edmonds, McNair & Olds, 2012). For example, let's assume it costs Company Odom&Lovett 1,000,000 to produce 1,000,000 watches per year (1 per watches). This 1,000,000 cost includes 500,000 of administrative, insurance, and...

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Vidding - Expression or Copyright Piracy? Shantae Lovett BUS 250 David Searle April 22, 2013 Vidding is the practice of creating new videos, sometimes called songvids or fanvids, which takes existing clips, usually from other sources (Lawrence & Weber, 2011). Many people do not know that viding is something that we do or use everyday, not taking into consideration that we may be infringing on others intellectual property. Personally, if you do not make any profits off it then there is no infringement in any way. If you are uploading to stuff onto the internet, then that is a form...

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Youth-Oriented Consumer Economies Lani Camp BUS 330: Principles of Marketing Dr. A November 17, 2014 Youth-Oriented Consumer Economies There are various environmental factors that affect the marketing strategies for consumers. Youth markets are growing, and this affects the breakdown of variables for the current consumer economy. "Consumer economy refers to the concept that evaluates an assortment of adjustments in recent consumption stages as well as the changes in society, capital, and demography over a period of time" (White, 2012). Since the youth market, based on the...

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Shantae Lovett MAT 126 Instructor: Farshad Foroozan September 18, 2012 For this assignment I chose to answer questions #6 and #14. I'm not that good when it comes to statistics but I will try best to do so. Statistics is the branch of mathematics that involves collecting, organizing, summarizing, and presenting data and drawing general conclusions from data (Bluman, 2011). #6 in an ad for moisturizing lotion, the following claim is made: "it's the #1 dermatologist recommended brand." What is misleading about the claim? Personally this claim is very misleading. For one thing...

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Chiefdom in a Changing World Tarasha Hickson-Smith WEEK 3DISCUSSION 2 July 14, 2011 From an etic perspective and as a Christian myself, I understand the missionaries objective to save their souls from eternal damnation for the worship of idols (Nowak & Laird, Case Study: Social Organization, 2010). I believe the missionaries had a truly honest endeavor to educate them about the truth and separate myth from fact. This should not have completely dismissed nor discredited their traditional religious culture, but it should have enhanced it adding knowledge to their spiritual wisdom,...

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Controversy and Twentieth Century Music ART340 April 7, 2014 Christopher Dennis Twentieth Century Controversy Romantic Period versus Twentieth Century Music Romanticism flourished in the nineteenth century, allowing composers to rebel against the common forms of music. It was during the romantic period that the music was able to emulate imagination, emotion, and individuality (Kamien, 2011). Although the romantic period stressed the importance for the composers to explore their imagination, the stressing lead to a deep imaginative mind within the twentieth century. During the...

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Cognitive Psychology History Paper Brandon Ovalle PSY/355 June 12, 2013 Issue Analysis 1. What are some of the strengths associated with the Pro side of the issue? What are some of the weaknesses? Pro "Opting Out" The YES side (Pro side) of the subject matter convinces women to resolve to "opt-out" because of bringing up child and family obligations. The most noteworthy strength of the YES side (Pro side) is that it will be advantageous to the children who would otherwise be using up a lot of their time in child care centers or with a babysitter. In relation to Debate Pedia (2010)...

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Human Behavior and the Environment Name: PSY 460 Date: Human Behavior and the Environment The environment is a beneficiary of the behavior of humans. This behavior can be positive, as on account of green fuel options or negative, as on account of noise pollution or commotion contamination. Be that as it may, human behavior or conduct is not generally straightforward when deciding the source. Numerous purposes of info are show, one of them being ecological prompts. Steg, (2013) stated that cues are components in the environment that pass on imperative data or...

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Making Decisions Based on Demand and Forecasting Name of student ECO 550 10/23/2013 name of prof Interpret the coefficient of determination, indicating how it will influence your decision to open the pizza business in your town or community. Explain any additional variables that may improve the coefficient of determination. The coefficient of determination is a measure of the proportion of total variation in the dependent variable that is explained by the independent variable. (McGuigan, 2011, p. 113) The higher the coefficient of determination, the better the variance that the...

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POLICY OUTCOMES (name of student) STRAYER UNIVERSITY (Name of prof) 2 DECEMBER 2013 PAD 520 Construct constitutive and operational definitions Constitutive definitions give meaning to variables by using other synonymous words. Meanwhile, policy actions and outcomes could be experienced indirectly, by using operational definitions of variables. Operational definition gives meaning to a variable by specifying the operations required to observe and measure it. (Dunn 2012) Constitutive definition of quality of life is that an individual's perception of his/her position in life in...

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Effectiveness of Boot Camps Name: College: Tutor: Date: Probation boot camps, according to Chris, (2010), are the correctional facilities which follow military basic training model, which stress on physical conditioning as well as discipline. The training is usually based on military techniques and shock incarnation which are usually aimed at transforming positively young offenders. The first boot camp is believed to have been started in 1971 in Idaho though it gains its popularity towards the end of 1983 when such program was launched in Georgia and Oklahoma in 1983(Troubled...

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. Analysis Name HCA 340 Managing in Health & Human Services Prof. John Long November 26, 2012 . Analysis In order for a business to be successful and thrive, it is of vital importance to have a strategic plan. However, over time strategies do change and plans need to be reformed in order to ensure that the business stays relevant and increases market share while continuing the business endeavor. Many have seen it time and time again where companies start out with a business plan and refuse to tweak it in order to meet consumer demand and they eventually fall from the...

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Response 1 The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has the CMS or Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services as a branch. Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, 2012 confirms that it is a federal level agency looking after Medicaid, Medicare and the Insurance Program for Children's Health. One of its activities is to provide information to consumers, health professionals and regional governments when needed. The Medicare Health Outcomes Survey is employed by the CMS to get information from patient reports dealing with Medicare usage assessments. Sollecito, W.A. & Johnson, J. K.,...

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NR 361 Week 4 Assignment: Telenursing: The Future Is Now (NR 305 - RN Health Assessment - Chamberlain) Telenursing: The Future Is Now Telenursing is the use of any technology to manage and relay nursing care and conduct nursing practice in a meaningful way (McConell, 2013). For many decades, the government made an effort to hasten the practice of electronic medical records (EMRs) and the technologies that supports it, in an effort to curb the rising costs of health care. Finally, on September 2011, President Obama proclaimed the National Health Information Technology (HIT). This...

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Outline: Letter of Advice Jennifer Robinson COM 200 - Interpersonal Communication Instructor: Laura Massengale November 18, 2013 I. Introduction Dear Tom and Lauran, Congratulation on your recent nuptials. Marriage is a wonderful and at time trying thing that takes hard work and dedication to make it successful. I am writing to you because I would like to offer you both knowledge and advice on an important part of any marriage: Communication. "Effective communication skills enable a couple to express their thoughts and feelings, they are able to effectively listen to...

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The Work and Training of a CSI Sandy Diaz (Echon) CRJ 311: Forensics Jennifer Maloon April 18, 2011 I am going to start by telling you what is a CSI (Crime Scene Investigator) and how it became a part of our life style in the work force today. Also I am going to inform you what it takes to be a CSI. A CSI is a professional who is trained to analyze crime scenes, collect evidence, process that evidence, and return reports which can be used by law enforcement officials and members of governments (Saferstein, 2010). It takes time such as days, weeks, months, or years to have all...

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Policy Outcomes Joseph Brown PAD-520 Dr. Freeman June 1st, 2013 According to Dunn 2012, public variables include level of educational opportunity, degree of public safety, and air quality. One difficulty with public policy analysis is that frequently we do not have precise definitions of these public variables. It's best that to think about two kinds of definitions of variables: constitutive and operational. Constitutive definitions give meaning to variables by using other synonymous words. For example, educational opportunity may be constitutively defined as "the freedom of...

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MBA-560 Unit 3 Quiz A+ Grade. 100% correct answers Question Detail: 1. Bay Company began using the allowance method in 2010. On January 1, 2010, Bay had a $3,000 balance in the Accounts Receivable account and a zero balance in the Allowance for Doubtful Accounts account. During 2010, Bay provided $25,000 of service on account. The company collected $21,000 cash from account receivable. Uncollectible accounts are estimated to be 2% of sales on account. The balance in Accounts Receivable as of December 31, 2010 was: (Points : 2) $7,000 $4,000 $8,000 $500 2. Bay Company began...

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Devry ACCT 212 (Financial Accounting) Course Projects Midterm and Final Exam ACCT212 Course Project 1 (Part A + Part B) Rawls Repair Corporation ACCT212 Course Project 2 (McDonough Products) ACCT 212 Week 4 Midterm 1 (Explanatory) ACCT 212 Week 4 Midterm 2 (Graded) 1. (TCO 1) The Accounting Equation is used to develop the organizations financial reports. (1) Describe what owners' equity is (10 points) and (2) provide an example of an owners' equity account. (10 points) (Points : 20) 2. (TCO 1) The financial statements present a company to the public in financial terms....

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Devry ACCT 212 (Financial Accounting) Course Projects Midterm and Final Exam ACCT212 Course Project 1 (Part A + Part B) Rawls Repair Corporation ACCT212 Course Project 2 (McDonough Products) ACCT 212 Week 4 Midterm 1 (Explanatory) ACCT 212 Week 4 Midterm 2 (Graded) 1. (TCO 1) The Accounting Equation is used to develop the organizations financial reports. (1) Describe what owners' equity is (10 points) and (2) provide an example of an owners' equity account. (10 points) (Points : 20) 2. (TCO 1) The financial statements present a company to the public in financial terms....

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ACCT 212 Week 4 Midterm 1 (Explanatory) ACCT 212 Week 4 Midterm 2 (Graded) 1. (TCO 1) The Accounting Equation is used to develop the organizations financial reports. (1) Describe what owners' equity is (10 points) and (2) provide an example of an owners' equity account. (10 points) (Points : 20) 2. (TCO 1) The financial statements present a company to the public in financial terms. (1) Which financial statement identifies how well the company performed during the year (10 points) and (2) explain what information this financial statement provides. (10 points) (Points : 20) 3. (TCO 1)...

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ACCT 212 Week 8 Final Exam (Explanatory) 1. (TCO 3) At the end of the period it is necessary to close all temporary accounts. (1) Explain why this process is required (10 points) and (2) provide an example of the closing of an expense account, Salary Expense in the form of a journal entry. (10 points) (Points : 20) 2. (TCO 2) As required to complete Course Project 1, one must follow the cycle that includes 10 steps to complete the accounting cycle. (1) Explain how the debit/credit rules are used when developing journal entries (10 points) and (2) provide an example of the application...

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Wiley PLUS Assignment Week 2 Exercise E9-9 Presented below are selected transactions at Ingles Company for 2011. Jan. 1 Retired a piece of machinery that was purchased on January 1, 2001. The machine cost 62,000 on that date. It had a useful life of 10 years with no salvage value. (Assume depreciation is up to date as of December 31, 2010.) June 30 Sold a computer that was purchased on January 1, 2008. The computer cost 40,000. It had a useful life of 5 years with no salvage value. The computer was sold for 14,000. Dec. 31 Discarded a delivery truck that was purchased on January 1,...

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Mission statement defines the present purpose of the organization whereas vision statement of an organization defines the ideal future which is credible yet not readily attainable. "An effective mission statement doesn't just describe products or services; it captures people's idealistic motivations for why the organization exists" (Daft, 2014). Core values and core purposes are often conveyed through the mission statement whereas vision statement makes broad appeal as they encourage hope and faith for the future. "Effective visions are characterized by conciseness, clarity, abstractness,...

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Competition in Health Care Name: Janice Ketchum HCA 421 Health Care Planning & Evaluation Instructor: Alshondrea Denton Date: December 2, 2014 In a Harvard Business Review, Porter and Teisberg (2004) mentioned that competition is the culprit of the problems currently faced by the United States in the field of healthcare. However, the authors mentioned that despite of these competition-related problems, it is still not advisable to adopt the single-payer or state-controlled system. In contrast, the authors added that the problems in the healthcare sector can also be solved...

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Strategic planning and evaluation: Mayo Clinic Name: Janice Ketchum HCA421: Healthcare Planning & Evaluation Instructor: Michele Reed Date: September 9, 2013 Introduction and overview The Mayo Clinic is one of the world's most prestigious medical facilities, and is located in the United States. Primarily located in Rochester, Minnesota, it also has satellite campuses in the states of Tenn. and Florida. The Mayo Clinic is a tertiary care facility, which means that most patients being treated at the hospital are referred there by doctors, and most often those doctors are specialists...

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Developing an Evaluation Plan Details: Using 800-1,000 words, discuss methods to evaluate the effectiveness of your proposed solution and variables to be assessed when evaluating project outcomes. Example: If you are proposing a new staffing matrix that is intended to reduce nurse turnover, improve nursing staff satisfaction, and positively impact overall delivery of care, you may decide the following methods and variables are necessary to evaluate the effectiveness of your proposed solution: Methods: Survey of staff attitudes and contributors to job satisfaction and...

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Signature assignment of 3 diseases Name Institutional Affiliation In this short paper, I would like to lay down brief discussions that concern three different diseases and why they interest my area of research. 1. Cardiovascular diseases According to research by Nichols, Townsend, Scarborough, & Rayner (2014) cardiovascular diseases remained the leading cause of deaths globally by 29.6% as at 2010. Knowing that many people die from such a disease would interest any student willing to become a medical practitioner later in life as the individual while still a student...

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Benchmak The Research Paper Final Draft Grand Canyon University: HLT-364 Since 1854, when Florence Nightingale first brought aid to British soldiers during wartime, nurses have been essential to the betterment and growth of medicine (Whelan, 2014). However, since that time, there has been a dramatic growth in the demand of nurses being needed throughout the country. The most recent national shortage of nurses began in 1998, but still continues to be an issue in hospitals around the country today (Buerhaus, 2011). Nursing shortages have become a topic of conversation for...

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Running Head: PERSONAL WORLDVIEW HLT-310V Module 1 DQ In preparation for the Personal Worldview Inventory assignment, identify the key components that make up a worldview. Personal Worldview Personal Worldview The personal worldview is the process of determining the behavior of one which is based on some beliefs. In other words, it can also be said that there are a set of beliefs of the fundamental aspects associated with the reality. These fundamental aspects of reality have a great influence on the perceiving, conceiving, experiencing, and behaving of the person (Boylan,...

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Proposal Summary Ginger Wolfe HCIS/140 06/20/2016 Laura Baker Proposal Summary Mrs. Baker, thank you for asking me to develop effective ways our office can store patients health information. We have to understand what EHRs are and the functions and advantages of implementing them within our office. EHRs come in several forms and knowing which form and the purpose of those forms are up to us. Electronic...

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Enterprise Architecture at American Express (4 Pages 1589 Words) Critical facts American Express, located in New York City, was founded in 1850 (Corporate Profile, 2015). It is one of the 30 companies in the Dow Jones Industrial Average (Corporate Profile, 2015). American provides services such as credit cards, charge cards, and travelers checks (Corporate Profile, 2015). American Express cards account for 24% of credit card transactions in the U.S. (Corporate Profile, 2015). According to the companys 10k, the company generates 33 billion in revenue and over 5 billion in income. The...

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4DQ1 COMPASSION FATIGUE Generally, when people try to describe the characteristic of nurses, the word Compassionate always comes to mind. Unfortunately, nurses occasionally find themselves in a rut of compassion fatigue .B Lombardo (2011) states :Empathic and caring nurses, however, can become victims of the continued stress of meeting the often overwhelming needs of the patients and their families, resulting in compassion fatigue At times, this type of fatigue can extend from the patients, to family members, to friends, coworkers and clients. The paroxysmal stress becomes...

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451-Topic 1 DQ 1 Scientific Management, also called Taylorism, is a theory of management that analyzes and synthesizes workflows with the main objective to improve economic efficiency, especially labor productivity. Henry Ford used Scientific Management ideas to mass produce the automobile (Feld, 2010). The problem with using the Scientific Management Theory in Health care, is that it takes the humanity out of nursing. Scientific Management wants to redesign nursing jobs and measure nursing workload using time and motion studies (Huber, 2014, p. 228-229), and that, in itself, is a...

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GEN 499 General Education Capstone Ashford University Week 1 Assignment: Personal Identity & Global Citizenship Your Name GEN 499 General Education Capstone Professor: MichealPelt July 2016 Personal Identity and Global Citizenship The Global citizenship is implied as people who think themselves to be the occupiers on the Globe, and it is consolidated with globalization and cosmopolitanism and reasonableness. This thought on general one world government structure in which each one of the general population is joined as nationals of the world basically as, for the event, not to supplant...

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Executive Summary Grand Canyon University NRS-451-O502 Nursing Leadership and Management August 14, 2016 Executive Summary Quality improvement initiatives are systematic and continuous actions that are measurable in relation to patient outcomes (U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2011). Although some of these improvements can be costly for an organization, the overall outcome of improvement in patient outcomes, are generally greater than the beginning financial investment as long as it is well planned and organized. A quality improvement initiative that is...

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Annotated Bibliography HCS/531 Annotated Bibliography Genesis Health Care. (2013). Genesis HealthCare Headquarters. Retrieved from It is located in the city of Kennett Square, PA and founded in 2003. Services offer include, short-term rehabilitation after a hospital stay or longer term care specialized orthopedic rehabilitation, ventilator care, dialysis care, Alzheimer's care, and assisted/senior living services. Rantz, M.J., Skubic, M., Alexander, G., Popescu, M., Aud, M.A., Wakefield, B.J., Koopman, R.J., & Miller, S.J. (2010). Developing a comprehensive electronic...

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**FIN 534 Quiz 2 ** Question 1 Which of the following statements is CORRECT? Question 2 Which of the following statements is CORRECT? Question 3 Below are the 2008 and 2009 year-end balance sheets for Wolken Enterprises:   Assets:                                                               2009                      2008 Cash                                                                              $   ...

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ACC 305 Week 4 ACC 305 Week 4 Quiz Assignments E 813 - Altira Corporation - Inventory cost flow methods; periodic system ? LO1 LO4 Altira Corporation uses a periodic inventory system. The following information related to its merchandise inventory during the month of August 2011 is available: Required: Determine the inventory balance Altira would report in its August 31, 2011, balance sheet and the cost of goods sold it would report in its August 2011 income statement using each of the following cost flow methods: 1. First-in, first-out (FIFO) 2. Last-in, first-out (LIFO) 3....

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ACC 305 Week 4 E8-13, E8-14, E8-18, P8-5, E9-19, E9-21 and P9-1 E 813 - Altira Corporation - Inventory cost flow methods; periodic system ? LO1 LO4 Altira Corporation uses a periodic inventory system. The following information related to its merchandise inventory during the month of August 2011 is available: Required: Determine the inventory balance Altira would report in its August 31, 2011, balance sheet and the cost of goods sold it would report in its August 2011 income statement using each of the following cost flow methods: 1. First-in, first-out (FIFO) 2. Last-in, first-out...

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**ACC 455 Corporate Taxation Complete Course** **Week 1** **Individual** Tax Return Position Paper Suppose you have a concern about taking a particular position on a tax return. **Write** a 700- to 1,050-word paper that discusses the following: What are the primary sources of tax law? What are the secondary sources of tax law? What is substantial authority? What is the role of the courts and the Internal Revenue Service in interpreting and applying the sources of tax law? **Format** your paper consistent with APA guidelines. **Discussion Questions** What business entities...

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**ACC 305 Week 4** ACC 305 Week 4 Quiz Assignments E 813 - Altira Corporation - Inventory cost flow methods; periodic system  ? LO1 LO4 Altira Corporation uses a periodic inventory system. The following information related to its merchandise inventory during the month of August 2011 is available: Required: Determine the inventory balance Altira would report in its August 31, 2011, balance sheet and the cost of goods sold it would report in its August 2011 income statement using each of the following cost flow methods: 1. First-in, first-out (FIFO) 2. Last-in, first-out (LIFO) 3....

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**ACC 305 Week 4 Assignments E8-13, E8-14, E8-18, P8-5, E9-19, E9-21, P9-1** E 813 - Altira Corporation - Inventory cost flow methods; periodic system  ? LO1 LO4 Altira Corporation uses a periodic inventory system. The following information related to its merchandise inventory during the month of August 2011 is available: Required: Determine the inventory balance Altira would report in its August 31, 2011, balance sheet and the cost of goods sold it would report in its August 2011 income statement using each of the following cost flow methods: 1. First-in, first-out (FIFO) 2. Last-in,...

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Vulnerable Populations in Current Events Smith, Tingle, and Twiss (2010) estimate in the year 2030, 20% of all Americans will be elderly adults. This is a vulnerable population that will have barriers including transportation, mobility, financial, and medical. As this vulnerable population continues to age, they often find it difficult to ask for help, which further increases the barriers they must overcome. Defining a Vulnerable Population A vulnerable population is any group that has been identified by an epidemiologic or other study that classifies them at a higher risk than the...

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Health Care Spending HCS 440 In 2002, the United States spent 5,267 per capita on health care. Higher prices for health services such as prescription drugs, doctor's visits and hospital stays have been contributors to the rising numbers (Anderson, Hussey, & Frogner, 2005). Both public and private health expenditures are growing at rates, which outpace comparable countries (The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, 2011). This paper will explain ones position on national health care spending in the United States. Health care expenditures Health...

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HCS235 Health Care Utilization Health Care Utilization HCS 235 Health Care Utilization The Affordable Care Act was signed into law March 23, 2010 by President Barack Obama; however, the constitutionality of the law remained in question. In a controversial 5-to-4 ruling, The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the law on June 28, 2012. The ACA is thought by some as the United States health care rescue, and as its downfall by others. It is estimated that the ACA will provide new services to 64 million Americans, providing health care coverage to 32 million previously uninsured. In...

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Acc290 Week Five Financial Reporting Paper-Verizon Communications ACC/ 290 Date Financial Reporting Problem Verizon Communications Incorporated is a multi-billion dollar company. In 2010, the net income for Verizon Communications Inc. and its subsidiaries was over 10 billion (Verizon, 2011). Verizon Communications Inc., like many reputable businesses, makes their financial statements publically available. Although the order of the information is stated as only a suggestion, many companies choose to list their assets in the order listed in the FASAB handbook to keep consistency and...

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Eng103 Phase2 Ip ENGL Phase 2 IP Prisoners given the death penalty cost the state four times more than prisoners who serve life sentences. This question doesn't say which state to analyze so I will choose California. Also, the question is rather tricky and one could be caught putting their own opinions into their answer rather than stating facts. The facts are that sentencing a prisoner to death rather than life does cost the state more. I have found through the research of Judge Arthur Alarcon and Prof. Paula Mitchell, who conducted this research in 2011 and updated it in 2012,...

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Facility Planning Part 1 HCS/446 Facility Planning Part 1 Introduction This paper will discuss Virtua's new ambulatory care clinic in Voorhees, N.J. It will features a surgical center for same-day surgery, cancer center, women's imaging center, sleep center, diagnostic services and physician's offices. This new state of the art master will have its unveiling in the spring of May 2012. This new ambulatory center is being built adjacent to a 463-million, eight story replacement hospital. Virtua Voorhees is opening a comprehensive outpatient ambulatory facility and it is massive in size...

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Econ 545 Micro Analysis Project 1 Business Economics 545 Fewer Physicians Project 1 INTRODUCTION Based in recent surveys, reports show a trending decline on the rate at which physicians move. Statistically, this may suggest the economy is preventing or affecting physicians from frequent job changes, or retirement. According to survey results, the move rate was reported as follows: 18.2% in 2008, 15% in 2009, 12.4% in 2010, and 11.3% in 2011. In as much as this reflects an obvious trend of lower move rate over the years, and may be attributed to a number of factors, it is however...

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Econ 545 Micro Analysis Project 1 Business Economics 545 Fewer Physicians Project 1 INTRODUCTION Based in recent surveys, reports show a trending decline on the rate at which physicians move. Statistically, this may suggest the economy is preventing or affecting physicians from frequent job changes, or retirement. According to survey results, the move rate was reported as follows: 18.2% in 2008, 15% in 2009, 12.4% in 2010, and 11.3% in 2011. In as much as this reflects an obvious trend of lower move rate over the years, and may be attributed to a number of factors, it is however...

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This crisis is the most serious economic crisis in the world history. European countries also suffer another wave of financial crisis. Summarize what the European debt crisis is and how will the European debt crisis play out? What really caused the Eurozone crisis? Are Americans responsible for European woes? Will things get worse before they get better? The European debt crisis is the term for Europe's struggle to pay the debts it has built up in recent decades. Five of the region's countries: Greece, Portugal, Ireland, Italy and Spain have, to varying degrees, failed to generate...

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Analyze the three different money models discussed in Chapter 11 to determine which model seems most appropriate for explaining the way money works to someone with a limited economic background. Explain your rationale. From the e-Activity, discuss the significance and meaning of quantitative easing in the context of the liquidity preference model (increase in the quantity of money supplied). Provide specific examples to support your response. Use the Internet to research the Fed's 2010-2011 quantitative easing program, popularly referred to as QE2. Quantitative easing was done...

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HCS 483 Briefing University of Phoenix HCS/483 Briefing Health care organizations have become increasingly dependent on information systems (Glaser, 2012). This is because information systems greatly increase the competitiveness of health care organizations by bringing greater efficiency in the operations, creating better working environments, as well as facilitating decision-making processes in the organizations. Well-designed and established information systems also improve the quality of health care services provided by the organizations (Ramanujam, 2011). However, many health...

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BUS 303Job Description Paper Human Resource Management: BUS 303 In today's job market there are a lot of demands from employers. The business environment is constantly changing. Your knowledge, skills and abilities have to be able to meet the demands of the job market. Showcasing yourself and the familiarity and the experience with the procedure detail of the job is very important The Job Analysis. Goes hand in hand with a job description. A job description identifies characteristics of the job to be performed in terms of the tasks, duties and responsibilities to be fulfilled.(Youssef,...

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BUS 303 Job Description Paper Human Resource Management: BUS 303 In today's job market there are a lot of demands from employers. The business environment is constantly changing. Your knowledge, skills and abilities have to be able to meet the demands of the job market. Showcasing yourself and the familiarity and the experience with the procedure detail of the job is very important The Job Analysis. Goes hand in hand with a job description. A job description identifies characteristics of the job to be performed in terms of the tasks, duties and responsibilities to be fulfilled.(Youssef,...

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Jewish Holy Days Jewish Holy Days Name REL/134 September 11, 2012 Roy Rehberg Jewish Holy Days Every religion has holidays or moments in time that they find sacred. These sacred days are at special times each year; the main idea is to remember what made the day what it is. In this paper will we review when the holiday is celebrated, how the religion came about historically and how the religion is practiced. Sukkot is the holiday chosen for to take a closer look, one will see how it is practiced depending the various branches of Judaism (Rich, 2011). Sukkot is one of the last three...

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Social Organizations and Divorce Tarasha Hickson-Smith WEEK 3DISCUSSION 1 July 14, 2011 The correlation between bride wealth and the stability of marriage. Bride wealth in other cultures is mainly the responsibility of the man to provide a portion of his wealth and or his patrilineal wealth as a contribution to his future wife's family for their loss of a working member of the tribe (Nowak & Laird, 2010). In correlation to stability of marriage this is a test of the man's financial status to see if he can provide the requested gift of wealth to the family. If so, then this means he...

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Ecology and Population Growth The world is a great place and filled with many people and other living organisms. Everything has a place and there is a place for everything. At least that is for now. Population around the world is growing rapidly. As of October 2, 2012; the U.S. Census Bureau estimates the world population to be close to 7.1 billion people. The numbers of people in the world is something that always changes for reasons ranging between new births and deaths that happen daily around the world. This changes with each country's ecological system and the country's...

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Running Head: PROJECT MANAGEMENT Project Management and Information Security Donald Shipman Prof. Richmond Adebiaye Strayer University April 14, 2012 Project management is related to assembling, planning, organizing and managing resources in order to find solution to problems which an organization could be facing. Project management can also used by organization regarding finding solutions to problems of threat to information security (Phillips, 2010). If an organization is addressing an issue that is beyond the scope of a simple technical issue, and it is going to have...

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Public Key Infrastructure Tony Howell Jr. CIS333 May 7, 2012 Professor Robert Daniels Jr. Public Key Infrastructure The transition to the use of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) within the organization will be implemented shortly. Upon its implementation there will be changes to the organization network system and the users. Training will be provided on the usage of the PKI to the network administrator and the will provide the training to the users. The Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) is a form of cryptographic technique used to grant and authenticate passwords sent through...

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Do pure Monopolies exist? Shantae Lovett ECO 100 Robert Watson November 13, 2012 "No firm is completely sheltered from rivals; all firms compete for consumer dollars. If that is the so then pure monopoly does not exist. Do you agree?" I would have to agree with this statement. My text book stated that "pure monopoly exists when a single firm is the sole producer of a product for which there are no close substitutes (Brue, McConnell &Flynn, 2010)." In some cases pure monopoly does exist but we rarely hear about it, there are less pure forms of monopoly and near monopolies....

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Q130;Q230;Q330;Q420 110 Clarity 30 Writing 40 Total 180 Production and Operations Management BUSINESS ENTERPRISE 508 Dr. Maroit Simon Aprile R Lester February 11, 2011 Explain one possible option that Marathon could take to reduce the time involved in the production Marathon is a worldwide oil and natural gas corporation and to date they have continued to be one of largest oil refineries in the United States. Marathon continues to operate other businesses that market and transports its own and third party natural gas, crude oil and products. Pipelines are...

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Social Organizations and Divorce Tarasha Hickson-Smith WEEK 3DISCUSSION 1 July 14, 2011 The correlation between bride wealth and the stability of marriage. Bride wealth in other cultures is mainly the responsibility of the man to provide a portion of his wealth and or his patrilineal wealth as a contribution to his future wife's family for their loss of a working member of the tribe (Nowak & Laird, 2010). In correlation to stability of marriage this is a test of the man's financial status to see if he can provide the requested gift of wealth to the family. If so, then this means he...

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Reflections on the First Amendment HIS 301 March 5, 2012 Reflections on the First Amendment Within the Bill of Rights, the First Amendment blocks laws that inhibit individual's freedom. "Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people to peaceably assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances" (Patterson, 2009, p. 6). In simpler words the First Amendment protects people's freedom and religious preferences without...

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Vulnerable Populations in Current Events Smith, Tingle, and Twiss (2010) estimate in the year 2030, 20% of all Americans will be elderly adults. This is a vulnerable population that will have barriers including transportation, mobility, financial, and medical. As this vulnerable population continues to age, they often find it difficult to ask for help, which further increases the barriers they must overcome. Defining a Vulnerable Population A vulnerable population is any group that has been identified by an epidemiologic or other study that classifies them at a higher risk than the...

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Reflections on the First Amendment HIS 301 March 5, 2012 Reflections on the First Amendment Within the Bill of Rights, the First Amendment blocks laws that inhibit individual's freedom. "Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people to peaceably assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances" (Patterson, 2009, p. 6). In simpler words the First Amendment protects people's freedom and religious preferences without...

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Daniel Kahneman on the Two Kinds of Thinking Fast and Slow By Laurence B. Siegel June 5, 2012 When advisors want to understand why their clients make seemingly irrational financial choices, odds are they will find answers in the research of Nobel-winning behavioral economist Daniel Kahneman. But guiding clients toward a better financial future is only one way to apply behavioral finance. Kahneman says we solve virtually all problems, not just financial ones, with two...

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_A+ Grade Solutions_ ####**CIS 500 Assignment 2 - 4G Wireless Networks** The 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) developed the 3GPP Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard for wireless communications technology. It is regarded as an evolution of the Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM), the Universal Mobile Telecommunications Systems (UMTS), and other standards. It is also known as the 4G LTE. The competition among the carriers to support 4G LTE networks has been very fierce as evidenced by TV commercials targeting smartphone users. Many smartphones run on 3G networks. Write...

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100% correct Answers University of Phoenix BUS 475 Week 4 knowledge Check 1. A fast-food restaurant asks customers to evaluate the drive-thru service as good, average, or poor. What level of data measurement is this classification? 2. In order to determine the average amount spent in November on a random sample of 144 Amazon accounts were selected. The sample mean amount spent in November was $250 with a standard deviation of $25. Assuming that the population standard deviation is unknown, what is a 95% confidence interval for the population mean amount spent on in...

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ACC 291 Week 2 DQ 2 Why do companies issue bonds? What is the determining factor of whether a bond is sold at a discount, face, or premium? Would you rather buy a bond at a discount or a premium rate? Why? Companies issue bonds as an alternative to issuing stock to increase long-term capital. According to Weygandt, Kimmel, and Kieso (2010) issuing bonds has three advantages over issuing stock. The first advantage is that it does not affect stockholder control. The second advantage is "Bond interest is deductible for tax purposes; dividends on stock are not (deductible)" (Weygandt, Kimmel,...

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Establishing Reliability and Validity Name PSY 326 Research Methods Lilia Chavarria May 28, 2012 While formulating any kind of study, whether it is a survey or a test, one must make sure that it is valid and reliable. Reliability and validity are necessary entities of instrument development if researchers are to report with confidence the results obtained from the survey (Burton & Mazerolle, 2011). . (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) needs help establishing reliability and validity in their survey that will identify teenagers at-risk for driving while intoxicated. The steps...

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_A+ Grade Solutions_ ####**ACC 225 Homework Assignment 7** Directions: Please use an Excel Spreadsheet to present your homework (note: if you have a Mac, you may use Pages). Accounting homework cannot be accomplished in Microsoft Word. Please use the presentations that have been provided with the course as reference. Also, you may use the Generic Working Papers Excel Workbook found in the Course Resources to complete this assignment. Please visit the Course Resources section. Please note that you may have additional written homework alongside these application assignments. Please...

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Review the corporate strategy of AB Electrolux: found here: As the social and demographic trends continue to evolve so do the opportunities afforded to Electrolux. The most significant demographic shift globally is the growing middle class in Asia, which includes families with incomes between US6,000 and US30,000. It is estimated that by 2030 there will be 3 billion more people in the global middle class than there were in 2013.(Ernst & Young, 2013) Correlated with rising incomes worldwide, homeownership has also increased at a substantial rate giving rise to increased demand for...

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Common Information Security Threats (3 Pages 1090 Words) Common Information Security Threats As companys dependence on computers and the internet increase, there are more and more threats that they face from hackers and anarchist alike. For ever solution that companies come up with to defend themselves against cyber attacks, those who wish to do harm find other means to attack, it is a constant cat and mouse struggle. If 2011 has been any indication, it is clear that everyone is vulnerable to cyber attacks. There was wave after wave of hacking, malware, and spear-phishing attacks...

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Table of Contents 3 of the Balance Sheet (Atlas, 2014) 3 of the Income Statement (Atlas, 2014) 4 of the Statement of the Cash Flow (Atlas, 2014) 5 of the Stockholders Equity (Atlas, 2014) 6 7 List 8 PART A 1. Introduction Atlas pearls and perfumes limited is the public company listed on Australian stock exchange the shareholders of atlas pearls and perfumes limited are 2,000 individuals. The total numbers of employees are over 800 people. The atlas pearls and perfumes limited are engaged in wholesale and retail business. In wholesale business it produces and supplies products in...

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CheckPoint: Confirmation Bias ? Discuss how confirmation bias can influence perceptions and how some beliefs can actually generate their own confirmation in 200 to 300 words. Provide relevant examples to support your explanation Confirmation bias can influence perceptions about not only what has already occurred but also our predictions of what may yet occur. Some of these perceptions and predictions, also known as confirmation bias can also generate their own confirmations (Myers, 2012, p. 72). The phenomenon of confirmation bias starts with overconfidence. Overconfidence can...

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EED 430 Week 3 Power Point Social Studies Anthropology is the scientific study of humans and their development from prehistory to contemporary societies (Descriptions of Social Studies Disciplines, 2010). Human adaptation is also studied in anthropology. Economic studies the production and exchange of goods and services (Descriptions of Social Studies Disciplines, 2010). It also studies the economic systems that explain the economic behavior of humans concerning methods of doing business, producing, organizing, financing, and regulating economic activities (Descriptions of Social...

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Freedom of Religion and Evolution in Public Schools Research Paper (Writing Format) You must write one research paper about 5 pages in length (excluding bibliography or works cited section) on a topic of relevance to U.S. politics and government pending approval by your instructor. Please inform your instructor of your paper topic by Wednesday April 9, 2014. The research paper should be typed, double spaced, cite sources, and free of grammatical and spelling mistakes. It can be done in APA, MLA, or any other credible and consistent style. Guide books on APA and MLA styles are available...

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Wayne State University ACC 5100 - Fall 2010 Accounting Cycle Assignment #1 Following is information related to VCN Services, Inc., and its activities during the month of January, 2010. You should record all transactions and adjustments for the month, and prepare month-end financial statements. Specifically required to be turned in are: - Journal entries for all transactions - Journal entries for all adjustments - Adjusted trial balance at January 31, 2010 - Income statement for the month ended January 31, 2010 (omit earnings per share) - Statement of retained earnings for...

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Pos 355 Week 3 Gnu Public License Open and Closed Source Systems GNU Public License and It's Role Type College Here [Type the author name] GNU General Public License To start, a GNU is a Unix-like OS that gives users complete freedom to modify or edit the software as they see fit. (, 2013) "A Unix-like operating system is a software collection of applications, libraries, and developer tools, plus a program to allocate resources and talk to the hardware, known as a kernel." (, 2013) The GNU General Public License (GNU GPL) is a free, copyleft license for software and...

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100% Correct Answers Strayer University ACC 304 Week 10 Quiz 7 (NEW) TRUE-FALSE—Conceptual 1.A corporation is incorporated in only one state regardless of the number of states in which it operates. 2.The preemptive right allows stockholders the right to vote for directors of the company. 3. Common stock is the residual corporate interest that bears the ultimate risks of loss. 4. Earned capital consists of additional paid-in capital and retained earnings. 5. True no-par stock should be carried in the accounts at issue price without any...

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_A+ Grade Solutions_ ####**Part 1 Comprehensive Problem 1: Kelly Pitney began her consulting business, Kelly Consulting, P.C.** Kelly Pitney began her consulting business, Kelly Consulting, P.C. on April 1, 2014. The accounting cycle for Kelly Consulting for April, including financial statements, was illustrated on pages 163-173. During May, Kelly Consulting entered into the following transactions: May 3. Received cash from clients as an advance payment for services to be provided and recorded it as unearned fees, $4500. May 5. Received cash from clients on account, $2450. May...

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Week 2 Assignment Ashford University Advanced Logistics BUS 632 1. When comparing performance during the first five months of 2010 with performance in 2009, which warehouse shows the most improvement? This article will began by evaluating the performance of the warehouse within the initial five months of the year 2010 against the performance in the initial five months of 2009. It will consistently monitors the expenses of the business intended for warehousing for the last 2 quarters of 2010. I wanted to conclude the performance of the warehouses by assessing the...

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Jade Schweder ENG 106 4/18/15 Weslea Bell Organs for Sale Organ transplantation is an issue with many aspects to it. Although there are many people registered to be organ donors when they die, there is barely enough people registered to suffice. There have been practices in many countries of live organ donation, but it is mostly for kidneys. There are over 123,000 people on the waiting list for transplants in the United States today (UNOS 2015). New names are said to be added every 12 minutes (American Transplant Foundation 2015). The practice of selling human organs has been...

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NETW 583 Strategic Management of Technology (DeVry/Keller - May 2016) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Midterm Exam NETW 583: Strategic Management of Technology Your Name: D40400656 Date: 04/06/2016 Question and Answers Que 1) What are some of the negative impacts the technological innovation has on society? How would you answer critics who cite the negative impacts of technological innovation? Ans 1) Despite the fact that a few particular victories we...

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NR 512 Fundamentals of Nursing Informatics ---------------------------------------------------------------- Chamberlain Spring 2016 NR 512 Week 1 TD 1 Impressions of Nursing Informatics NR 512 Fundamentals of Nursing Informatics Chamberlain Spring 2016 Impressions of Nursing Informatics Based on your readings this week, how has your impression of informatics, especially nursing informatics, changed? Professor Meadows and Class, The name nursing informatics (NI) is relatively new to me and I believed it to be just the basic electronic medical record. However, I can...

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SEC 576 - Risk Mitigation And Contingency Planning ------------------------------------------------------------------- Keller Graduate School of Management The Influence of Standards (graded) If you were the IT Security Manager for your company, how would you implementsome of the standards covered in this weeks reading to secure your information system? This section lists options that can be used to view responses. Collapse All Print View Show Options Responses Responses are listed below in the following order: response, author and the date and time the response is posted. Sort...

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HSM 311 - Ethics & Homeland Security ----------------------------------------------------- Ashford - January 2016 HSM 311 Week 1 Assignment; The Patriot Act HSM 311- Ethics & Homeland Security Ashford - January 2016 The Patriot Act Name: .. HSM311: Ethics & Homeland Security Professor: William Barker January 6, 2016 The Patriot Act The Patriot Act in regards to its authorization of surveillance and search and seizure was established by President George Bush after the terrorists attacks on 9/11, the Patriot Act was signed into law on October 26, 2001. A crippled...

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09/13/2016 The Emergence of Christianity REL 110 Course Paper ("No Cover Sheet") Instructions 1. Create an introduction. This first paragraph should include a lead in and thesis statement and clearly present the main idea of your position paper. Many writers prefer to place the thesis at the end of the first paragraph, but this doesn't have to be the case. 2. Explain your view. Tell the reader why you're taking the position you've chosen and offer evidence supporting your opinion. Be sure to present the information in a logical order and avoid making any statements that lack...

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A+ Grade Solutions Part 1 Comprehensive Problem 1: Kelly Pitney began her consulting business, Kelly Consulting, P.C. Kelly Pitney began her consulting business, Kelly Consulting, P.C. on April 1, 2014. The accounting cycle for Kelly Consulting for April, including financial statements, was illustrated on pages 163-173. During May, Kelly Consulting entered into the following transactions: May 3. Received cash from clients as an advance payment for services to be provided and recorded it as unearned fees, $4500. May 5. Received cash from clients on account, $2450. May 9. Paid cash for a...

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**ACC 206 Week 5 E22-19 Preparing a Financial Budget** E22-19    Preparing a financial budget [2530 min] Consider the following June actual ending balances and July 31, 2012, budgeted amounts for Oleans.com: a.    June 30 inventory balance, $17,750 b.    July payments for inventory, $4,300 c.    July payments of accounts payable and accrued liabilities, $8,200 d.    June 30 accounts payable balance, $10,600 e.    June 30 furniture and fixtures balance, $34,500; accumulated depreciation balance, $29,830 f.    June 30 equity, $28,360 g.    July depreciation...

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Bronfenbrenner's bioecological theory is often explained by using a diagram that looks like a target with the individual in the bull's eye position. What is his point.

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Write an essay of 750-1,000 words in three sections: 1. Evaluate at least two different historical perspectives on the delivery of health care in America. How has technology and the lack of developing technology affected these perspectives? 2. Compare and contrast two technological advances that have affected health care delivery in America. 3. How have these changing technological advances affected public opinion of the changing health care system? Are the opinions positive or negative? How do you see these advances affecting the delivery of health care in the future? Prepare this...

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Module 1 - SLP Introduction to the Microbial World; History of Microbiology The Session Long project for this course will be to compare and contrast specific characteristics of a pathogenic and non-pathogenic microorganism. The purpose of the SLP is to provide you with the opportunity to study two microorganisms in detail. Through this process you will acquire valuable knowledge in regards to the significant attributes associated with each microorganism. You will also understand the importance that microorganisms play in our lives. You will use the book: A Concise Manual of...

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How does stress affect physical wellness. The body's response to stress experiences very real physiological changes when it faces a situation that it perceives to be threatening (Donatelle, 2010). Stress is the silent killer and a disease of prolonged arousal that leads tonegative health effects (Donatelle, 2010). All parts of the body can become targets! According to Donatelle, (2010) stress related ailments includesthe common cold, depression, low back pain, ulcers, headaches, cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. In addition, stress in also linked to abdominal fat and neurological...

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4-Mat Review on Entwistle 4-MAT Review on Entwistle Liberty University Abstract In the literature of Integrative Approaches to Psychology and Christianity written by author David Entwistle (2010), explains Christianity, and psychology being integrated with one another. David Entwistle says that "Primarily psychology and Christianity are perceived by many people to be in opposition" (Entwistle, 2010). Both psychology and Christianity address both the experiences in human life and angles from different views. The writer also explains, "Christianity being based on the Word of God....

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Obesity . Obesity ABS 200: Introduction to Applied Behavioral Science Let's face it; we're a nation of fat people. In a world where thin is in and is glamorized by the media, how is it that 68.7% of American adults are either obese or overweight? If we look at the youth of our nation, obesity is even affecting them as well. Childhood obesity has more than doubled in children and tripled in adolescents in the past 30 years (Ogden, Carroll, Flegal, 2010). The percentage of children aged 6-11 years in the United States who were obese increased from 7% in 1980 to nearly 18% in 2010....

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Managerial Decision Making Research and Analysis-Wal Mart Stock Analysis - Wal-Mart Wal-Mart Company Background: Name Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Industries served Retail Geographic areas served Worldwide Headquarters Bentonville, US Current CEO Mike Duke Revenue billion (2012) Profit billion (2012) Employees 2.2 million (2012) Main Competitors Dollar General Corporation, Costco Wholesale Corporation, Sears Holdings Corporation, Dollar Tree, Inc., Kohl's Corporation, Target Company Profile: Wal-Mart is the biggest American MNC which has chains of largest discount...

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Managerial Decision Making Research and Analysis-Wal Mart Stock Analysis - Wal-Mart Wal-Mart Company Background: Name Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Industries served Retail Geographic areas served Worldwide Headquarters Bentonville, US Current CEO Mike Duke Revenue billion (2012) Profit billion (2012) Employees 2.2 million (2012) Main Competitors Dollar General Corporation, Costco Wholesale Corporation, Sears Holdings Corporation, Dollar Tree, Inc., Kohl's Corporation, Target Company Profile: Wal-Mart is the biggest American MNC which has chains of largest discount...

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Centralia No. 5 March 25, 1947 is the date that marks a very significant incident in the state of Illinois . It was a devastating day for Centralia . (Stillman, 2010) 111 Coal miners woke up to attend their job at the coal mine just as any usual day. (Stillman, 2010) They had no idea they would never return home to their families. March 25, 1947 is the day 111 coal miners were killed during their routine daily duties at the Centralia Coal Mine. (Stillman, 2010) A massive explosion changed the city of Centralia forever. The cause of the massive explosion is due to a build up of coal dust....

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What is the principal difference between validity and reliability? Validity, which must be proven before reliability, is the conclusion to whether or not a phenomenon, or issue under study, is being measured correctly (Hagan, 2010). First, it must be determined that the measurement is being done correctly, or as the text states "the measuring instrument in fact measures what it claims to measure" (Hagan, 2010, p. 239). Next, the reliability of the instrument, or form of measuring the study, is tested to make sure it is stable and works consistently every time (Hagan, 2010). It would be...

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Managerial Decision Making Research and Analysis-Wal Mart Stock Analysis - Wal-Mart Wal-Mart Company Background: Name Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Industries served Retail Geographic areas served Worldwide Headquarters Bentonville, US Current CEO Mike Duke Revenue billion (2012) Profit billion (2012) Employees 2.2 million (2012) Main Competitors Dollar General Corporation, Costco Wholesale Corporation, Sears Holdings Corporation, Dollar Tree, Inc., Kohl's Corporation, Target Company Profile: Wal-Mart is the biggest American MNC which has chains of largest discount...

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Ways to Prevent Online Ip Theft Ways to Prevent Online Ip Theft Ways to prevent online Ip theft Ip theft rates one of the fastest growing crimes in America today and the Internet can make it even easier for some criminals to take someone's good name and drag it through the mud (J. Edwards, 2010). It involves criminals stealing personal information such as credit card numbers, social security numbers and other information, usually to buy things on credit or to empty out someone's bank accounts (J. Edwards, 2010). Through financial liability with owner's credit cards maybe limited to...

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SOC 110 Group Motivation SOC/110 Group Motivation This chapter has talked about how to get people motivated and what it takes to meet the member's needs. "Group motivation provides the inspiration, incentives, and reasons that move group members to work together to achieve a common goal" (Engleberg & Wynn, 2010, p. 138). Engleberg and Wynn (2010) stated, "Without motivation, we may know what we need to do and even how to do it, but we lack the will and energy to do it" (). Some members may not have high achievement needs; instead, they focus on meeting the needs of others. Many...

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ABS 415 Week 5 Discussion 1 An organization summarizes their objectives and goals in mission and vision statements. However, these statements are often confused, although each serves a different purpose. Mission statements focusses on the present, and vision statement focuses on the future (Daft, R.L., 2014). Vision statements summaries the group's values and plans, where the company wants to go in time. It is intended to provide motivation and concentration among employees, as well as to give consumers a sense of what the company believes in. Vision statements may not be truth at...

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Juvenile Justice Process and Corrections Paper CJA/374 January 19, 2015 Cory Kelly The youth who enter the juvenile justice process each receive an individualized plan for rehabilitation, which sometimes may include some form of punishment. According toGeorgia Legal Aid. Org((2015)), "The juvenile court system is set up to guide and rehabilitate young people. It's similar to the adult system, but with important variations" (The Juvenile Criminal System). Each plan is put together and based upon the specific specialized needs of the juvenile in hopes of successful results. These...

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ACCT 553 Week 3 Homework AC553 Federal Taxes and Management ACCT 553 Federal Taxes and Management - DeVry Sample questions for which answers are included in the download Chapter 7 1. In your "own" words, please describe what a "Suspended Loss" is, how it is generated and when it is becomes deductible. (5 pts) 2. Please describe "Active Participation" as it relates to a taxpayer's involvement in an investment in Real Estate. (5 pts). Chapter 8 3. Macy had a lot of medical expenses this year that were not covered by her insurance (either due to a deductible, co-insurance, or...

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Bullying in this world today Bullying is a major concern in this world today, and many children go through it every day. Many parents do not know it is affecting their children until it is too late. There are two major kinds of bullying, there is verbal bullying when someone is called names or being teased just to hurt their feelings. Encouraging others to not be a friend of theirs by spreading rumors about someone not defending themselves (U.S. National Library 2013). Then there is cyberbullying when people use phones, computers, and tablets to communicate with others. Just because...

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Evaluating Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company BUS 401- Business Finance 1600 WORDS Evaluating Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company Name BUS 401- Business Finance Instructor Date Evaluating Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company This paper will outline the Wrigley company and how it started from scratch to becoming the world's largest company in the country and the world. It will also entail charts, graphs along with great information on how the company became such a success and still is in 2013. When you think of Wrigley people automatically think of gum and not of other...

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Annotated Bibliography Debbie Daniels HCA322: Health Care Ethics & Medical Law Professor Kymberly Lum March 17, 2014 1. CDC, HIPAA Privacy Rule and Public Health. Retrieved March 16, 2014 from This article covers a lot of good information. It covers information about the Department of Health and Human Services addressing concerns with the new privacy standards that set a national minimum of basic protections, while balancing individual needs with those of society. It also talks about the HIPPA privacy rule along with the certain covered entities. As we are certainly aware this...

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Name: Kristin Pachella Subject: Week 1 Checkpoint 2 Assignment Title: Computer Comparison Course: CIS 105-Survey of Computer Information Systems Instructor: Dr. E. Odiaka Date: July 27, 2014 Computer Comparison In the beginning, the first computers used those floppy discs, which moved to harder discs, but either way not much information was able to be stored and the computer itself had extremely small amounts for storing anything in memory. It was amazing and it is amazing now how computers have changed and keep changing at a rapid pace. According to the authors, Rainer,...

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Week 9: Capstone CheckPoint, Upgrade Letter Kristin Pachella May 16, 2014 Donna Rosentrater, Facilitator May 16, 2014 Jeff Messick President, HMA Architects 3200 Mesa Way Ste. A Lawrence, KS 66049-2343 Dear Mr. Messick, Mr. Messick, I am writing you today to let you know my professional opinion with regards to your current network and work stations. Not only is it my job as your Information Technology Professional, but as I have been evaluating your current system and researching improvements that could be made, it has also been a huge honor to have been...

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What is the principal difference between validity and reliability? Validity, which must be proven before reliability, is the conclusion to whether or not a phenomenon, or issue under study, is being measured correctly (Hagan, 2010). First, it must be determined that the measurement is being done correctly, or as the text states "the measuring instrument in fact measures what it claims to measure" (Hagan, 2010, p. 239). Next, the reliability of the instrument, or form of measuring the study, is tested to make sure it is stable and works consistently every time (Hagan, 2010). It would be...

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Evaluating Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company Name BUS 401- Business Finance Instructor Date Evaluating Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company This paper will outline the Wrigley company and how it started from scratch to becoming the world's largest company in the country and the world. It will also entail charts, graphs along with great information on how the company became such a success and still is in 2013. When you think of Wrigley people automatically think of gum and not of other products they produce in the company. In 2007 Wrigley was one of the biggest companies when it came to sales. Who is...

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What is the principal difference between validity and reliability? Validity, which must be proven before reliability, is the conclusion to whether or not a phenomenon, or issue under study, is being measured correctly (Hagan, 2010). First, it must be determined that the measurement is being done correctly, or as the text states "the measuring instrument in fact measures what it claims to measure" (Hagan, 2010, p. 239). Next, the reliability of the instrument, or form of measuring the study, is tested to make sure it is stable and works consistently every time (Hagan, 2010). It would be...

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Professional Communication: Cultural Sensitivity Suliat Ogunlana Grand Canyon University NUR-502 Theoretical Foundations for Nursing Roles and Practice Dr. Nora Hamilton April 22, 2015 As a nurse, professional communication is paramount, either communicating with our patients, their family members, our colleagues and other healthcare workers. Its also very important to be culturally competent as a nurse because we see and take care of people from different works of life. According to DeNisco & Barker, communication is a complex process of transmitting a message...

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MEMO Ginger Wolfe HCS/245 04/18/2016 Sheela Alvarado MEMO To: Jenny Stenson From: Ginger Wolfe (Team Manager) Date: 04/18/2016 Subject: Alzheimers disease recently it has been brought to my attention that you had inquired some information in regards to your grandmother whom you are living with while you are attending college. I would like to give you some information and resources that may help you and your grandmother in your decision making on what is the best way to care for your grandmother in her current situation and what level of care is required down the...

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Cultural Activity Report LaTarsha Fraser HUM 112: World Cultures II Professor: Laverne Y. Peralta September 5, 2016 For this report I decided to visit the National Art Gallery. The location of this art gallery is 6th Street and Constitution Avenue NW Washington, DC. It is open Monday- Saturday from 10:00am until 5:00 pm and on Sundays 11:00am until 6:00pm. It is closed December 25 though January 1 of every calendar year. Admission to this gallery and all events is free to the public. I attended this gallery September 7, 2016 and I had my husband with me to...

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Job Order and Process Costing Systems (graded) Welcome to our Week 2 Discussions! Let's begin by discussing when job order costing systems would be more effective than a process costing system. Please give examples of types of businesses in which each would be appropriate. Do these costing systems apply only to manufacturing? Sort byResponse Sort byAuthor Sort byDate/Time* (an instructor response) Underapplied/Overapplied Overhead Professor 5/6/2016 2:09:29 PM What is underapplied overhead? Overapplied overhead? What is the disposition of these amounts at the end of the accounting...

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Grading Summary These are the automatically computed results of your exam. Grades for essay questions, and comments from your instructor, are in the "Details" section below. Date Taken: 3/28/2016 Time Spent: 1 h , 52 min , 58 secs Points Received: 135 / 200 (67.5%) Question Type: # Of Questions: # Correct: Multiple Choice 2 1 Essay 9 N/A Grade Details - All Questions Question1. Question : (TCO G) The firm's equity multiplier measures Student Answer: the value of assets held per dollar of shareholder equity. the return the firm has earned on its past investments. the firm's...

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Grading Summary These are the automatically computed results of your exam. Grades for essay questions, and comments from your instructor, are in the "Details" section below. Date Taken: 7/31/2015 Time Spent: 1 h , 32 min , 30 secs Points Received: 185 / 200 (92.5%) Question Type: # Of Questions: # Correct: Multiple Choice 2 2 Essay 9 N/A Grade Details - All Questions Question1. Question : (TCO G) The firm's asset turnover measures Student Answer: the value of assets held per dollar of shareholder equity. the return the firm has earned on its past investments. the firm's...

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Student Gradebook Exam 6/6/16, 10:43 PM HIST 410N Contemporary History (Chamberlain - May 2016) These are the automatically computed results of your exam. Grades for essay Date Taken: 5/27/2016 questions, and comments from your Points Received: 96 / 100 (96%). Question Type: # Of Questions: # Correct: Essay ...

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NETW 583 Strategic Management of Technology (Keller Summer 2016) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DEVRY UNIVERSITY: KELLER GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT NETW-583 Strategic Management of Technology Apple Case Analysis May 8, 2016 Professor Robert Krell Apple Computer Case Analysis Currently, Apple Computers has come to be associated with success with innovation and business strategies. The company has had successful growth from a small startup to the market leader in the technology industry. The company has not...

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NETW 583 Strategic Management of Technology (DeVry/Keller - May 2016) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Case 4: Google's Attempt to Buy Into Wireless NETW583 June 12, 2016 Why did Google make this move? What do they would like to perform? Google's Motivation to offer into the remote commercial centre using the 700MHz Spectrum Auction was taken as a good chance that would allow the organization to grow conceivably a 50 state organize "The FCC would be selling more than 1,099 remote...

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NETW 583 Strategic Management of Technology (DeVry/Keller - May 2016) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- NETW 583 Week 7 Discussion 1 - Pricing Strategy (graded) What factors will (or should) influence a firm's pricing strategy? Respond This section lists options that can be used to view responses. Collapse All Print View Show Options Responses Responses are listed below in the following order: response, author and the date and time the response is posted. Sort by Read/Unread Sort by Response Sorted...

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NR 512 Fundamentals of Nursing Informatics ---------------------------------------------------------------- Chamberlain - Spring 2016 NR 512 Week 6 TD 2 Issues Surrounding Personal Health Information (PHI) Ownership NR 512 Fundamentals of Nursing Informatics Chamberlain Spring 2016 WK 6 TD 2 - Issues Surrounding Personal Health Information (PHI) Ownership With an electronic health record, what do you see as a positive and a negative consequence of the legislation that enables patients to be able to correct the health information in their records? Hello Professor Elliott...

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NR 512 Fundamentals of Nursing Informatics ---------------------------------------------------------------- Chamberlain - Spring 2016 NR 512 Week 8 TD Application of Knowledge NR 512 Fundamentals of Nursing Informatics Chamberlain Spring 2016 Week 8 TD Application of Knowledge Dr. Bev and Class, McGonigle, Hunter, Sipes & Hebda states that "Nursing informatics provides the tools and capabilities necessary to enrich the data, information, knowledge, and wisdom pathway and, therefore, literally puts the information and knowledge nurses need at their fingertips" (p. 325)....

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SEC 591 Disaster Recovery-Forensics and Security ----------------------------------------------------------------------- (DeVry - Spring 2016) Week 3 Quiz Good work on the Week 3 Quiz. Pat Grading Summary These are the automatically computed results of your exam. Grades for essay questions, and comments from your instructor, are in the "Details" section below. Date Taken: 3/20/2016 Time Spent: 1 h , 12 min , 56 secs Points Received: 75 / 95 (78.9%) Question Type: # Of Questions: # Correct: Multiple Choice 2 1 Essay 2 N/A Grade Details - All Questions Question1. Question : [TCO A]...

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SEC 576 - Risk Mitigation And Contingency Planning ------------------------------------------------------------------- Keller Graduate School of Management Sort by Response Sort by Author Sort by Date/Time* (an instructor response) Quantitative vs Qualitative RA Professor Veletsos 5/7/2016 5:19:19 PM Hello everyone. I was wondering if any other options there a third option to Qualitative vs Quantitative Risk Assessment? Have you considered a hybrid or blended model? RE: Quantitative vs Qualitative RA Elizabeth Mohr 5/8/2016 12:26:59 PM NIST documents a hybrid method...

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DQ2 Continuous quality improvement (CQI) is the responsibility of all nurses and is vital when addressing the challenges of the health care industry. Provide an example of how you would apply CQI in your current or past position. Continuous quality improvement (CQI) is a quality management process that encourages all health care team members to continuously as the following questions; how are we doing? And can be do it better? (Edwards et al, 2008). CQI is a process of creating and environment in which management and workers strive to create continuous improving quality (DCFS, 2016). It is...

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EXP 105 - Personal Dimensions Of Education ---------------------------------------------------------------- Ashford University - April 2016 Final Reflection EXP 105 Dimensions of Education You Name. April 13, 2016 The term Learning to me is gaining knowledge and skills by studying, being taught. Experience to me is the best way to learn. Learning is what you are exposed to like books, the internet, teachers, peers, parents etc... You learn from everything that you do. Online learning is different from a face to face classroom because it's flexible. You can do things at...

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HSM 311 - Ethics & Homeland Security ----------------------------------------------------- Ashford - January 2016 HSM 305 Week 2 Discussion Questions HSM 311- Ethics & Homeland Security Ashford - January 2016 Week 2 Discussion 1 - Last Resort Do you think negotiating a peace with the Taliban and al-Qaeda have been more ethical than invading Afghanistan one month after the U.S. was attacked on 9/11? Respond to atleast two of your classmates postings. Week 2 Discussion 2 - The Relatively of Just War Theory In 250-300 words, provide a comprehensive answer using your reading, knowledge and...

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HSM 311 - Ethics & Homeland Security ----------------------------------------------------- Ashford - January 2016 Is Terrorism Justified? Name: HSM311: Ethics & Homeland Security Professor: William Barker January 28th, 2016 Is Terrorism Justified? Terrorism can never be truly justified as terrorists find it morally satisfying to attack innocent people who do not believe in their religious ways of life. The boundaries whether or not terrorism is a biased term created by governments and if the use of terrorism is simply war by other means depends on the impact of terrorism...

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HSM 315 Emergency Planning ------------------------------------------- Ashford University - July 2016 Case Study: Hurricane Katrina Name: HSM 315: Emergency Planning (CAG1627A) Professor: Robert Jackson July 13th, 2016 Case Study: Hurricane Katrina Hurricane Katrina was considered to be a horrific natural disaster on August 23, 2005, the storm slowly developed as a tropical depression near the Caribbean but as meteorologists began to monitor the storm, it soon became a category V hurricane headed towards the Gulf Coast and the City of New Orleans; President Bush...

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HSM 435 Psychology of Disaster --------------------------------------------- Ashford University - Spring 2016 Local Resources Name HSM435: Psychology of Disaster Eric Klein February 7, 2016 There comes a time when small cities realize that they need to establish a plan of mitigation to multiple hazards that may one day face the city. This has never been truer than right here in the city of Pascagoula where it has been faced with three historic hurricanes, all of which are listed in the top 10 most devastating hurricanes of all time. The city of Pascagoulas plan was initially...

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MGT 435 Organizational Change ---------------------------------------------- Ashford University - May 2016 MGT 435 Week 2 Discussion 2 Change Models MGT 435 Organizational Change (Ashford University - May 2016) MGT 435: Week 2 Dis 2: Change Models Read the article, Are You Managing Change Or Leading It? Based on the information in the article, the author explains that change is inevitable. Which of the four things suggested to create a culture that is compatible with change do you believe is the most important and why? The author explained the importance of having a vision. How have...

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MGT 435 Organizational Change ---------------------------------------------- Ashford University - May 2016 Date Taken: 4/24/2016 Time Spent: 33 min , 10 secs Points Received: 7 / 10 (70%) Question Type: # Of Questions: # Correct: Multiple Choice 10 7 Grade Details - All Questions Question1. Question : Satinelle is known for its ability to integrate newcomers into its high-performing culture. It also cares about supporting opportunities for employees professional growth. Because of this, Satinelle is known as a __________. @The correct answer can be found in Section 4.2 under the...

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MGT 435 Organizational Change ---------------------------------------------- Ashford University - May 2016 Kotters Approach to Organizational Change within AT&T Your Name MGT435: Organizational Change Instructor Mark Friske May 1, 2016 Organizational changes amongst AT&T Introduction Many organizations go through changes and those changes can allow success or failure depending on how the organization interprets the change and executes a plan to update the process or implement the change. Sometimes an organization as big as AT&T formally Bell South they may have to enter an...

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Teaching Experience Paper Name.. Grand Canyon University: NRS-427VN October 16, 2016 Teaching Experience Paper On October 4, 2016, this writer gave a presentation to Junior Year students at North Point High School in Waldorf, Maryland. The students are in the RN STAT program. This program teaches students first aid, CPR, and allows them to sit for the State of Maryland Certified Nursing Assistant test after their first year. This writer worked with the students instructors to find a topic that was both a HP2020 goal and something that the instructor felt the students needed...

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UNV 108 January 11, 2017 Communication and Collaboration For the four years, I attended Carencro High School, in the Academe of Information Technology, we were constantly putting into groups to complete video and create web pages. Regardless if you were fond of your group members or if they welcomed you, it was a part of the assignment to collaborate and communicate together to complete the task. Due to my group members and I become best friends, it was easy to work well together. With ability for all of us to communicate effectively the projects were completed smoothly. This allowed for...

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1. Type your response below each question. 2. Double space your answers. 3. Include your email address at the top of your paper. 4. Save your paper as a .pdf 5. Label the file as, “yournameHW15” (Insert your actual name in place of yourname). 6. Upload to Blazeview dropbox for HW15. Homework 15 (money laundering) Answer the following questions. Use complete sentences and correct grammar. Remember the “3 Cs” – Clear, concise, and complete. Link to the video lecture: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/30378617/videos%20fraud%202015/2015%20fraud%20ch.%2015%20launder.mp4 Watch...

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The Emergence of Christianity REL 110 Instructions 1. Create an introduction. This first paragraph should include a lead in and thesis statement and clearly present the main idea of your position paper. Many writers prefer to place the thesis at the end of the first paragraph, but this doesn't have to be the case. 2. Explain your view. Tell the reader why you're taking the position you've chosen and offer evidence supporting your opinion. Be sure to present the information in a logical order and avoid making any statements that lack obvious support. Make them understand why you think the...

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Notes: * Please read thoroughly the attached file for the assignment mandatory requirements. * Your work must be original and 100% Plagiarism Free. * In-Text Citations & Referencing (Harvard style) is Mandatory. * Minimum of 15 Literature/Journal Peer Reviews required. Accounting Theory Assignment Underlying aim This assignment aims to learn and develop the following key skills: • Researching • Reviewing literature • Critical analysis and evaluation • Communication Assignment background Environmental (Social) and sustainability reporting (CSR) is now a major issue around the...

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Read the article and answer the following questions: 1. Do you agree with Donta Page's defense plea based on brain pathology? 2. If brain-imaging techniques become widely accepted in the society, what will be its social repercussions (Consider early detection and labeling)? Your first post should be 200-300 words. You can get 1-2 points for your first post. Each subsequent post/comment will get you 0.5 point (You need to make at least 2 additional comments in order to get full credit). You can earn maximum of 3 points. The Criminal Mind Advances in genetics and neuroscience...

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1) Why do consumers have to make tradeoffs in deciding what to consume? A. there are not enough of all goods produced. B. they are limited by a budget constraint. C. the prices of goods vary. D. not all goods give them the same amount of satisfaction. 2) Economics does not study correct or incorrect behaviors, but rather it assumes that economic agents make the best decisions given their knowledge of the costs and benefits. What term best describes this behavior? A. selfishly B. emotionally C. rationally D. equitably 3) Consider a good whose consumption takes place publicly. On...

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1) According to economics, what causes us to have to make choices? 2) Why do consumers have to make tradeoffs in deciding what to consume? 3) What is the term in economics by which a group of buyers and sellers of a product come together to trade? 4) Which of the following is not a critical function of the government in facilitating the operation of a market economy? 5) Which of the following statements describes the actions of producers in the circular flow model? 6) Which of the following is an example of spending on goods and services in the circular flow model? 7) If a 35 percent...

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1\.   Brandon Company completed an aging of its accounts receivable and came up with an estimated amount of \$6,342. The credit sales for the period are \$85,000. The balance in the allowance for doubtful accounts is a debit of \$817. If Brandon uses 5% of credit sales as its estimating uncollectable accounts, how much will the credit be to the allowance for doubtful accounts if Brandon uses the estimate of aging receivables as its method of estimating uncollectable accounts? A. \$5,525 B. \$5,067 C. \$7,159 D. \$4,250 2\.   A company purchased furniture on January 1, 2012....

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**ACC 306 Week 2 P15-3 Rand Medical** P 153 Rand Medical - Direct financing and sales-type lease; lessee and lessor ? LO3 LO5 LO6 Rand Medical manufactures lithotripters. Lithotripsy uses shock waves instead of surgery to eliminate kidney stones. Physicians Leasing purchased a lithotripter from Rand for $2,000,000 and leased it to Mid-South Urologists Group, Inc., on January 1, 2011. Collectibility of the lease payments is reasonably assured, and there are no lessor costs yet to be incurred. Required: 1.     How should this lease be classified by Mid-South Urologists Group and by...

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Production Cost Analysis and Estimation Applied Problems Please, complete the following two applied problems in a Word or Excel document. Show all your calculations and explain your results. Submit your assignment in the drop box by using the Assignment Submission button. Week 3 Assignment Study Guide 1. Jennifer Trucking Company operates a large rig transportation business in Texas that transports locally grown vegetables to San Diego, California. The company owns 5 large rigs and hires local drivers paid fixed salaries monthly, regardless of the number of trips or tons of cargo...

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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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A Brawl in Mickey's Backyard Name BUS250: Corporate and Social Responsibility Instructor Date A Brawl in Mickey's Backyard According to our text, ultimately, a company's decision can have a negative impact on many. Not only can the decision of a company affect the company as an individual, but in turn it can also alter the lives of many others, including members of the immediate society, customers, suppliers, employees, stockholders, creditors, and business partners (Lawrence & Weber, 2011). How can a highly profitable business return thanks to its stakeholders without...

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Performance Appraisal Name BUS303: Human Resources Management Performance Appraisal Performance appraisal "is the process through which employee performance is assessed, feedback is provided to the employee, and corrective action plans are designed" (Youssef 6.2). Performance appraisal is heads up for employees because it shows what their strength and weakness are and as well how much for ability, they have to go future into career. In this paper I would like to discuss strategic advantages of performance appraisals, forms of bias and how performance appraisal contribute to...

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Business 375: Employee Training Transfer of Training Your Name here Instructor: Transfer of Training Transfer of learning takes place when our existing knowledge, abilities, and skills affect the learning or performance of new skills or tasks. In other words, when learning in one context with one set of materials impacts on performance in another context or with different but related set of materials, then transfer of training has occurred. It is evident that behavioral observation is a form of behavior assessment that entails careful observation of a person's exhibited...

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ENG 215 Classical Principles of Argument Paper Tarnice FieldsName Eng/215 1/31/2013Date Givinia CauseyProfessor Classical Principles of Argument Paper Poverty plagues many people in this country. Natural disasters in some ways add to this total. In this essay the reader will learn how tThe author of the essay, Title of Essay usesd the classical principles to relate to the authority throughout the essay. The classical principles of arguments are defined as an argument synthesis which is a claim that reasonable people could disagree with. The principles are; Ethos it describes the...

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Law 421 Week 4 Team Assignment Weekly Reflection Common Contracts SAMPLE Contracts are something that everyone must deal with at one point or another. Whether it is from buying a car, to buying a house, or even involvement at work, contracts are unavoidable. Below are some of the contracts that we came across that some may have been comfortable with or struggled with and how the weekly topics related. According to Encyclopedia Britannica (2011), a contract is promise enforceable by law to either do something or refrain from doing something (p. 1). Melvin (2011) states a contract is...

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COM 200 Listening Barriers and Their Effect On My Life SAMPLE Listening is an extremely important part of any conversation. It is actually one of the most important parts of functioning as a society the way we do. Listening, what is it really? Listening is defined as, "a complex process of selecting, attending to, constructing meaning from, remembering, and responding to verbal and non-verbal messages" (Beebe, Beebe, & Redmond, 2011). But one does not necessarily do all of these things when having a conversation with another person. There may be aspects that are cut out of that...

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MGT 445 Communication and Personality in Negotiation Paper SAMPLE Rather we have noticed or not, negotiations indeed are a part of everyone's everyday lives. The world's social environment depends heavily on effective negotiating. Of course effective negotiations also depend upon personalities and strong communication skills. In fact no matter the type of negotiations it is, a successful negotiation relies on personality and communication; without a sustainable dose of each, closing on a very effective negotiation is a difficult task. What is Negotiation? According to...

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Using the article by Johnson, discuss the impact of the internet on child development using Bronfenbrenner's ecological approach. As our society advances more and more children are accessing the internet. Nowadays it is rare to find a child who does not go online. For those who are unable to get the internet, it can be a huge social disadvantage (Johnson, 2010). Usage of the internet can help children develop better social skills as well as communicate more efficiently with their peers. Children who play games online also develop stronger cognitive abilities such as pattern...

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Week 3 discussion 1 In my opinion, when it comes to skepticism, there are limits as to what an individual can or cannot be skeptical about. Mosser, K. (2010), states, "Philosophers have, of course, always been a bit skeptical; their first instinct, when told something, is either to doubt it or to ask why it should be believed" (sect. 3.1). There are certain things such as analytic truths or common sense knowledge that are absolutely accurate without question. With that being said, I do not think that it is possible to doubt everything in life. According to Mosser, K. (2010), "even if...

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How much control does a person have over his or her health? This question has to deal with internal and external locus of control. Everyone has the power to control their own lives, it just depends on what you believe in. If a person believes that someone or something else controls a situation or that they dare not act in a certain way because of repercussion, they may become irritated and give up. These people demonstrate external locus of control (Donatelle, 2010). On the other hand, people who demonstrate internal locus of control believe they have the power overtheir own actions...

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. Segmentation, Targeting, and Positioning for Cheerios Team MKT/435 General Mills' Cheerios Cereal General Mills is an American food company located in Minneapolis, that operates in more than 100 countries, and markets over 100 brands including their top selling cereal Cheerios. According to General Mills, their classic version of Cheerios was introduced to the market with the name Cheerioats in 1940's but later changed the name to Cheerios because of a name dispute with another brand (General , 2013). By 1950 it first became the company's top seller, and by 2003...

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Acc 290 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment Paper A Review of Wal-Mart's Fiscal Year 2013 (FY-13) Financial Statement Two important parts of company's financial statement are the balance sheet, that list of the company's asset and liabilities at the end of a period and the income statement that is also referred to as the profit-and-loss statement or statement of revenue and expense because it shows the company's financial performance during the period ("Income Statement,"n.d.). Wal-Mart's FY-13 financial statement for the period ending on 31 January 2013 shows that they had over 203 million...

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LDR 531 Leadership an Integrative Approach Leadership: An Integrative Approach LDR/531 Leadership: An Integrative Approach Leadership, as stated by Yukl (2010), is a multifaceted concept that has kept a passionate interest among its followers and people since it takes into account the characteristics of the leaders, followers and the surrounding environment. Also, in his work Yukl (2010) portrays the term as both a specialized role and a shared influence process. Although a definition for the term leadership does not exists Yukl defines it as the process of inspiring others to...

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Res 342 Week 3 Etext Answers Week 3 E-Text RES/342 Week 3 E-Text In Dallas, some fire trucks were painted yellow (instead of red) to heighten their visibility. During a test period, the fleet of red fire trucks made 153,348 runs and had 20 accidents, while the fleet of yellow fire trucks made 135,035 runs and had 4 accidents. At ? .01, did the yellow fire trucks have a significantly lower accident rate? (a) State the hypotheses. H0: p1 ? p2 H1: p1 p2 (b) State the decision rule and sketch it. Reject the null hypothesis if the critical value is less than and the p-value...

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Bus 508 Assignment 4 Internet Technology, Marketing, and Security Strayer University Contemporary Business-508 Question 1: Evaluate the reasons Social Media Marketing has become exceedingly popular among businesses of all sizes. Social media has become a part of my every day life. Our text describes marketing as the "activity, and processes for delivering, creating, and communicating" a variety of information for a particular product a company is looking to sell (Boone & Kurtz, 2012, pg 353). Surprising, the new evolution of attention and gaining additional traffic for any product or...

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Business Plan for Coffee Export Company BURUNDI COFFEE EXPORT COMPANY EXECUTIVE SUMMARY What is the product ? Burundi coffee is unknown at international market. This is not because coffee growers cannot produce a good quality; it is simply because the coffee produced is not processed to meet the market standards. Burundi coffee company will work with coffee growers to produce specialty coffee by using high quality standards in the processing of the coffee cherry then market it to roasters in the US and Europe. What is the market size? Statistics from the International coffee...

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Business Plan for Coffee Export Company BURUNDI COFFEE EXPORT COMPANY By Benjamin TURIKUBWAYO Business plan April 2010 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY What is the product ? Burundi coffee is unknown at international market. This is not because coffee growers cannot produce a good quality; it is simply because the coffee produced is not processed to meet the market standards. Burundi coffee company will work with coffee growers to produce specialty coffee by using high quality standards in the processing of the coffee cherry then market it to roasters in the US and Europe. What is the market size?...

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Chilean Mine Collapse In the article that was needed for our analysis, "Over thirty employees cornered once Chilean mine collapse" (Weik, 2010), it declared that on August five, 2010 the San Jose mine collaped stable gear approximtely thirty employees. It conjointly declared that rescuers wherever making an attempt to find employees so as to drill to produce those cornered with food, water and chemical element, but rescuers were halted attributable to a second cave-in. The newspaper article conjointly indicated that before the collape, there was a accident in 2007 that closed the...

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Com 156 paper It is projected that Social Security will be depleted by 2037 (Crutsinger, 2010). It is imperative that the citizens of the United States plan for their own retirement. Social Security will be unable cover the needs of future retirees. The average retired couple receives only approximately 1,892 per month according to (2010). This falls well below the median income of 5,746 made by married couples without children according to The U.S. Census Bureau (2007). There are particular qualifications that must be met in order to receive benefits and the trust fund has a high...

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Financial Characteristics Paper FIN 366 Financial Characteristics Paper JP Morgan and Chase is one of the largest financial institutions in the world. It is the company that houses the brands of Chase and JP Morgan. Most known for investment banking, JP Chase and Morgan offer a variety of financial services, such as commercial banking, financial transaction processing, asset management and private equity (Reuters, 2014). Although JP Chase and Morgan offer a variety of financial services, they are all broken into four segments to include: Consumer & Community Banking,...

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Financial Characteristics Paper FIN 366 Financial Characteristics Paper JP Morgan and Chase is one of the largest financial institutions in the world. It is the company that houses the brands of Chase and JP Morgan. Most known for investment banking, JP Chase and Morgan offer a variety of financial services, such as commercial banking, financial transaction processing, asset management and private equity (Reuters, 2014). Although JP Chase and Morgan offer a variety of financial services, they are all broken into four segments to include: Consumer & Community Banking,...

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Financial Characteristics Paper FIN 366 Financial Characteristics Paper JP Morgan and Chase is one of the largest financial institutions in the world. It is the company that houses the brands of Chase and JP Morgan. Most known for investment banking, JP Chase and Morgan offer a variety of financial services, such as commercial banking, financial transaction processing, asset management and private equity (Reuters, 2014). Although JP Chase and Morgan offer a variety of financial services, they are all broken into four segments to include: Consumer & Community Banking,...

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HCA 270 Accounting Practices and Entries Axia College, University Of Phoenix The Accrual basis of accounting is mostly used by profit-oriented organization, accrual basis is a method of accounting, which provides information that accounts are prepared with the financial transactions that are accrued. It says that under this system revenues and expenses should be recognized and reported for the accounting period in which their economic substance is realized not when they got them or paid for in cash. Revenues are realized when earned whether or not they are received in cash. Incurred...

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Week Two Outline Discussions Team Participation Post minimum of two substantive responses per team member One response to question One response to team member Responses due midnight Friday, June 29, 2012 Compiled by Saturday June 30, 2012 by Kathryn Bartram Submitted for team review by Kathryn Bartram June 30, 2012 6:00 PM EST Discussion Questions C: 3-8 (p. 3-55) Three ways in which the treatment of charitable contributions by individual and corporate taxpayers differ types of charitable contributions considered When is it deductible - timing Valuing charitable...

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Mgt 521 Coca Cola Cola Part 1 Coca Cola Co. MGT 521 Coca Cola Co. "On May 8, 1886, a pharmacist named Dr. John Pemberton carried a jug ofCoca-Colasyrup to Jacobs' Pharmacy in downtown Atlanta, where it was mixed with carbonated water and sold for five cents a glass" (Coca Cola Co, 2012). Coca Cola is one of the all time biggest beverage company in the industry, that went from selling a few drinks a day from a pharmacy in Atlanta, Georgia to selling billions a day all over the world. According to the Fortune 500, Coca Cola Co ranks number 59 on the 2012 list with revenues of 46,542....

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Are performance appraisals necessary? Why? How do they enhance future performance? From a business standpoint, performance appraisals are necessary. Companies can use appraisals in decision-making process in determining such things as whether to promote an employee or terminate them(Gomez-Mejia, 2010). "If done effectively, performance appraisal can be the key to developing employees and improving their performance"(Gomez-Mejia, 2010). The strategy of any company is to have employees perform at their best and thus make the company profitable. Performance appraisals do just that. Thus if...

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Publix Strategy Recommendation Publix Strategy Recommendation As an individual, "Goals play (an) extremely important function in our life by organizing our thinking and giving our life order and direction" (Chaffee, 2012). Goals influence our decisions and suggest courses of action (Chaffee, 2012). The same can be said of business. Whether as a human entity or a business entity, we grow and become fruitful (profitable) by solving problems, making intelligent decisions and achieving goals that have purpose and provide fulfillment (Chaffee, 2012). Businesses, regardless of industry or size...

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Walmart Strategic Plan "Always low prices", is the first thing you think of when you think about one of the most successful companies around the world, Wal-Mart. For years they stand as a well know company due to their everyday low prices and variety of products. Their mission statement is "Saving people money so that they can live better". They have chosen their mission statement wisely yet there is a lot of controversy when it comes to this International Company. Wal-Mart was started in Rogers, Arkansas during the early 1960's by Sam Walton. (Ghillyer, 2010). Walton traveled all...

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Community Health Nursing Community Description and Interpretation of Data America's Finest City, San Diego, California is located in the southern most county in California, San Diego County. "San Diego is the second largest city in California", (Wikipedia, 2013). Bordered by Orange and Riverside Counties to the north, Imperial County to the east, the Pacific Ocean to the west, and Baja California, Mexico to the south. San Diego is known for it's mild but, diverse climate. "Average temperatures are 60-80 degrees Fahrenheit, with more than 200 days above 70 degrees Fahrenheit. With...

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Are performance appraisals necessary? Why? How do they enhance future performance? From a business standpoint, performance appraisals are necessary. Companies can use appraisals in decision-making process in determining such things as whether to promote an employee or terminate them(Gomez-Mejia, 2010). "If done effectively, performance appraisal can be the key to developing employees and improving their performance"(Gomez-Mejia, 2010). The strategy of any company is to have employees perform at their best and thus make the company profitable. Performance appraisals do just that. Thus if...

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CheckPoint 2: Article Review on Diversity in the Workplace Sanderson, S M(Jan-Feb 1998).New approaches to strategy: new ways of thinking for the millennium.Management Decision,36,n1.p.9 (5).RetrievedOctober 14, 2010fromGeneral OneFileviaGale: The points of this article is very intriguing as the future is uncertain, the only thing relatively clear is that much of what we will experience in the future will be different from the past. We must understand it is not information or even technology that will produce this unprecedented change, but the impact of technology...

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Analyzing Pro Forma Statements FIN 571 Analyzing Pro Forma Statements Pro Forma Statements are "financial statements that a company prepares to consider the effects of potential activity" (Pro Forma Statement, 2013). It is a financial statement showing the forecast or projected operating results and balance sheet, as in pro forma income statements, balance sheets, and statements of cash flows (Pro Forma Statement, 2013). XYZ Company, Inc. is looking to expand their organization in the next five years. The following paper will review XYZ Company's five-year financial plan to...

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Week Two Outline Discussions Team Participation Post minimum of two substantive responses per team member One response to question One response to team member Responses due midnight Friday, June 29, 2012 Compiled by Saturday June 30, 2012 by Kathryn Bartram Submitted for team review by Kathryn Bartram June 30, 2012 6:00 PM EST Discussion Questions C: 3-8 (p. 3-55) Three ways in which the treatment of charitable contributions by individual and corporate taxpayers differ types of charitable contributions considered When is it deductible - timing Valuing charitable...

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A+ Solution BUSI 4412 Individual Project Paper and Proposal, Assignment Descriptions and Grading Rubrics Individual Project Written Paper, 15-20 pages before references (double spaced) 30% Select a current news topic related to business and society. The topic should involve an ethical dilemma or a gap in expectations between society and business. Examples could be any of the situations which were referenced informally during our first few classes (e.g. Lance Armstrong and Livestrong, Bangladesh and Loblaws) or any recent or current topic which interests you and relates to...

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A+Solution 1.Select a program or service that has existed, currently existed or one that you know will exist in the future (the prospect of the latter must be verifiable through existing literature, program information or other retrievable documentation). This program can be one that you have directly experienced as a beneficiary, volunteer or staff member (but it doesn't have to be). It can also be a program that a friend, family member or peer has experienced. Or, the program can simply reflect your general interests. The program can be local and or Canadian. 2. Conduct a...

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A+Solution For this assignment you will submit a self-evaluation of your professional writing skills. Complete the following: •Review the structure and organization of the original posting you prepared for the second Unit 2 discussion, Theories, Continued. Review the responses from your fellow learners and the handouts provided in the Resources of this assignment that address APA format, the MEAL plan, and writing in the 3rd person. •Evaluate your posting using the Modified Writing Feedback Tool Rubric provided in the Resources for this assignment. •In the rubric, read the...

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Spoiled Baby Corp sells baby buggies and has begun an equipment replacement project. You are required to determine the Book Value of each of its fixed assets and make decisions regarding the purchases, trades, and disposition of various assets. Indicate your recommendation and justify your position for each of the following events. 1. SPC purchased a tube extruder on April 3, 2007 for 27,000. It has a useful life of 10 years and a residual value of 4,000. SPC used double declining balance depreciation for this asset. On February 19, 2012 SPC has an offer to sell this unit for 8,000. 2....

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Understanding and Coping with Change Organizational Behavior BUS 610 Introduction According to Baack (2012), employees resist change when one's own personal interests are at stake (Baack, 2012). In an article by Gatland (1997), Mr Merkin, a clinical professor at Northwestern University, states that, "One of the worst ways to handle (change) is often the most comfortable, which is to avoid it, ignore it, deny it, believe it doesn't exist. It's a path to trouble" (Gatland, 1996). People are creatures of habit; so, resistance to change is inevitable. This resistance can come from...

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E8-13, E8-14, E8-18, P8-5, E9-19, E9-21, and P9-1. E 8-13 - Altira Corporation - Inventory cost flow methods; periodic system ? LO1 LO4 Altira Corporation uses a periodic inventory system. The following information related to its merchandise inventory during the month of August 2011 is available: Required: Determine the inventory balance Altira would report in its August 31, 2011, balance sheet and the cost of goods sold it would report in its August 2011 income statement using each of the following cost flow methods: 1. First-in, first-out (FIFO) 2. Last-in, first-out (LIFO) 3....

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dehydration University of Phoenix SCI 241 February 20, 2010 name Water is an essential nutrient for the body. Right up there with oxygen, water is pertinent to allow the body to function properly on a daily. Water makes up nearly 60% of the body's mass in the average adult, and approximately 70% in toddlers and infants (University of Phoenix, 2010). Without a proper amount of water maintained in the human body, dehydration may occur, which has devastating effects on the body. For this reason it is important for one to consume a...

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E8-13, E8-14, E8-18, P8-5, E9-19, E9-21, and P9-1. E 8-13 - Altira Corporation - Inventory cost flow methods; periodic system ? LO1 LO4 Altira Corporation uses a periodic inventory system. The following information related to its merchandise inventory during the month of August 2011 is available: Required: Determine the inventory balance Altira would report in its August 31, 2011, balance sheet and the cost of goods sold it would report in its August 2011 income statement using each of the following cost flow methods: 1. First-in, first-out (FIFO) 2. Last-in, first-out (LIFO) 3....

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BSOP 588 Quality Management Customer Name of Student???.. January 22, 2013 Jan 2013 session Professor: Sharon West Introduction Customer/Consumers are the reason we have jobs today in the economic turmoil we live in today. How satisfied are your customers? Are they more or less pleased with your company than they were last year? How does your customer satisfaction level compare with that of your competitors? What impact does it have on your company's profits? How does one know the answer to any of the questions stated above? Guesswork and hunches won't cut it. You need hard...

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Why are media monopolies controversial? Do you believe the concern over monopolies is warranted? Explain. Media monopolies are controversial in various ways. They give us the information that they want us to hear. Media has a lot of influence upon the way people think. For example media showing violence can induce violence. It is a controversial topic. Some say it can induce violence some say it cannot. According to some people, even after playing violent video games and watching movies like SAW for so many years, they are still law abiding citizens, who have never owned a gun and...

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Media Reaction Paper SOC/315 Media Reaction Paper Illegal immigration has been a heated debate for the last decade seems like. There are those who at a state level are fighting on the front lines of illegal immigration like those in Arizona, yet they seem to stir up more fire than water on the issue (Archibold, 2010). In retrospect the issue of illegal aliens has been a problem since 1929 when it became a federal crime (Immigration Counters, 2010). However, I want to think that it is safe to say that at one point many if not all of our ancestors of those who claim...

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Assignment 1: Preparing for a Company-Wide Migration to Windows 8 A+ Grade Solutions Crescent Manufacturing Inc. (CMI) is a luxury leader in crafted and customized home furnishings. The corporate headquarters and a production facility are located in Texas, with additional manufacturing facilities located in Nebraska and Maryland. There are 250 employees in the Texas location, 175 in Maryland, and 25 in Nebraska. All locations use Windows 7 as the primary client operating system. The systems at the Maryland location are over five (5) years old. CMI’s Information Technology...

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Summary: Senate Bill 1070, also known as the Support our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act, is a piece of legislation that originated in the early months of 2010 (Chin 2010). Despite this bill passing and being in effect for almost a year now, there is still a significant amount of controversy surrounding it. While the social movement is comprised of those trying to pass the bill, it is important to consider the other side of individuals who oppose it. The SB 1070 bill originated in Arizona as a result of public outcry for reformation of anti-illegal immigration laws. Many...

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CheckPoint: Troubleshooting Techniques Kristin Pachella April 18, 2014 Donna Rosentrater, Facilitator Assignment: Write your response to the following: Based on Ch. 12 & 14 of A Guide to Managing and Maintaining Your PC, prepare a 10-item list of troubleshooting techniques you must complete to speed up a slow Microsoft Windows 7 startup. Troubleshooting Techniques 1. Although this is not necessarily a technique, According to A Guide to Managing and Maintaining Your PC Chapter 14, it states, "Your ?rst decision in troubleshooting a failed Windows boot is to decide at what...

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Advertising BUS:620 Managerial Marketing Companies must work harder to ensure that their marketing has the greatest impact possible. (Mullins, J & Walker, O. (2010). Increasing competition makes it difficult for a mass marketing strategy to succeed. Customers are becoming more diversified and firms are constantly differentiating their products relative to competitors.( Mullins, J & Walker, O. (2010). To make sure an ad or advertising is successful a company has to make sure they are communicating the products benefits, differentiating the product from the competitors'...

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U.S. Construction Industry "Its Return to Glory" Anthony R Blanks Jr. Ashford BUS 620 (NAC1432A) Adebowale Onatolu 08/18/2014 US Construction Industry "Its Return to Glory" During the late part of the 1950's the United States construction industry had begun to revitalize itself. The country was given a gift by its President Dwight D. Eisenhower in the form of legislation which would produce more jobs for the nation than it had seen after the Great Depression. President D. Eisenhower signed into law the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956. According to the Department of...

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Negligent Tort BUS670: Legal Environment Robert Tocker August 26, 2013 Negligent Tort Negligent torts are not deliberate actions, but instead present when an individual or entity fails to act as a reasonable person to someone whom he or she owes a duty to. The negligent action found in this particular tort leads to a personal injury or monetary damages (Negligence Tort at a Glance, 2013). When companies produce a product or good and make it available to the public they must make sure that it is safe for consumers to use and does not pose a potential threat. If this is not done...

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Part I Business Writing Steps Part II: Portfolio: Three Messages Business Letter for Managers Apple Store Inc. 123 Fruit Avenue San Jose, California 12345 E-mail: [email protected] April 6, 2010 Dear Store Managers, You should be concerned about the woes of all the employees on the recent hike in gas prices. The company has taken that issue sensitively upon speculation that it will not only increase the cost of operation but it will also increase the transportation costs of all our...

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Leadership Skills Jackie Olney BUS 660 Contemporary Issues in Organizational Leadership Dr. Karen Lynne-Daniels Ivy November 25, 2013Abstract The ability to inspire loyalty, motivate, and promote positive workplace productivity dependents on a leader and his or her leadership skills. Employees rely on leaders for inspiration and support, making it important for leaders to ensure he or she has well developed leadership skills. Leadership skills can be developed life or job experiences, education, and observing other leaders. A good leader will contain traits like competence, honesty,...

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IPad's Security Breach Aprile R. Lester Dr. Mariot Simon Business Enterprise 508 February 24, 2010 Q140;Q240;Q340;Q440;Q530 190 Clarity 40 Writing 40 Total 270 Discuss Goatse Security firm possible objectives when they hacked into AT&T's Computers provide so much efficiency in the world today. Innovation of technology has rapidly grown over the past 20 years; however as it has grown so should their security. Protection should be number one to protect it user's personal information from theft. There are too many e-crimes and malware for the seeker. A security...

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CheckPoint: Troubleshooting Techniques Kristin Pachella April 18, 2014 Donna Rosentrater, Facilitator Assignment: Write your response to the following: Based on Ch. 12 & 14 of A Guide to Managing and Maintaining Your PC, prepare a 10-item list of troubleshooting techniques you must complete to speed up a slow Microsoft Windows 7 startup. Troubleshooting Techniques 1. Although this is not necessarily a technique, According to A Guide to Managing and Maintaining Your PC Chapter 14, it states, "Your ?rst decision in troubleshooting a failed Windows boot is to...

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Personality Paper Name PSY/211 Date University of Phoenix Personality Paper Often it is thought that people's personality is just who they are. "Personality is defined as an individual's unique and relatively consistent patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving" (Hockenbury, Chapter10,2014). But often personality is what people observe, are taught, or even a conditioned process based on events that they have been through. There are several personality theories within psychology, which gives different ideas and attempts to give an explanation about the way personalities develops. "A...

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Do the id and ego actually exist? Explain your response. The id is explained as being the only component of personality that is present from birth. This aspect of personality is entirely unconscious and includes of the instinctive and primitive behaviors. According the Freud, the id is the source of all psychic energy, making it the primary component of personality (2013, Cherry). The ego is the component of personality that is responsible for dealing with reality. According to Freud, the ego develops from the id and ensures that the impulses of the id can be expressed in a manner...

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Week 2 Summary PSY400 This week's readings and discussions were very interesting. Our text gave insight to the different influences in our social, cultural, and religion. I found it interesting how attitudes and perceptions are formed. One of the ways stimuli is placed in our subconscious in through priming. I think the author of our text says it best on how we perceive our social world. According to Myers (2010), "We respond not to reality as it is but to reality as we construe it"(p. 80). Priming also influences how information is interpreted and recalled. Our thoughts and behaviors are...

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Reasoning Your Name PSY 300 October 4, 2010 Bonnie Johnson Conflict in the Workplace When one is hired to a new job, one always hopes to be liked by everybody who works there; or at the least, not disked. With so many backgrounds, personalities, and skills it is hard to keep conflicts at bay. As a new employee I always try to do my best, and no matter how I feel, emotionally or physically, I smile as I walk into work, I have interpersonal intelligence as well as intrapersonal intelligence, it helps me in most situations. According to Beers, Lee Savio, (2010), "Once you are in...

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STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS (Name of student) STRAYER UNIVERSITY (Name of Prof) 10 NOVEMBER 2013 PAD 520 Issue of providing affordable care act consists of the offensive and defensive public opinions which lead to the controversial topic among policy makers for many years. However, in this era of rising input cost, it becomes impossible for the government to manage the public policy regarding the affordable health care (Roy, 2013). In order to provide affordable health care, most of the United States policy makers have experienced various policies from time to time but not able to...

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Introduction This article provides an introduction of pension plans used in a firm and a discussion of several other issues relating to company pension plans. There are three pillars of retirement planning in a firm, company pension plan, government pensions and personal savings. It is essential to understand the pension plan for effective retirement planning. (Hegde, 2013) How do pension plans work in the firm? It is one of the methods of financing the retirement of workers or employees in the firm. Employees pay some percentage of their salary towards their pension each...

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Top of Form Week 2: Financial Statements, Cash flows, Taxes and Risk - Discussion TVM (graded) Discuss why business managers would want to express future cash flows in today's dollar. How would this facilitate business decision making? Responses Responses are listed below in the following order: response, author and the date and time the response is posted. Response Author Date/Time Question Professor Halstead 1/12/2013 11:10:34 AM Class, Good morning! How does present value compare with future value? I look forward to your...

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Top of Form Week 3: Risk, Return and Bond Valuation - Discussion Risk Return and the CAPM (graded) What is the relevant risk of a stock, and how is it measured? How is this information useful to an investor? Responses Responses are listed below in the following order: response, author and the date and time the response is posted. Response Author Date/Time Questions Professor Halstead 1/19/2013 3:04:13 AM Class, Hello! Is beta an accurate measure of risk? Why or why not? I look forward to your replies! John Class, Hello! Is beta an accurate...

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Top of Form Week 4: Business Valuation and Stock Valuation - Discussion Stock and Stock Valuation (graded) What are the Legal Rights and Privileges of Common Stockholders? Responses Responses are listed below in the following order: response, author and the date and time the response is posted. Response Author Date/Time Question Professor Halstead 1/26/2013 12:21:09 AM Hello Class! Welcome to Week 4! :-) This semester is going by so fast. Stock prices are the discounted value of future cash flows. For which type of company would the constant...

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Week 4 DQ 1 Medical Errors According to Sollecito & Johnson (2013), "Organizations do not suddenly start making mistakes. They tend to slide imperceptibly into a set of conditions that produce medical errors" (p. 327). After completing this week's reading discuss this concept as it relates to quality patient outcomes. Answer the following questions: A.In your opinion, do you believe that errors in the hospital setting are inevitable? Why or why not? b.If the most frequent type of error is omitting a step in delivering care (Sollecito & Johnson, 2013, p. 312), would it be...

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Using the article by Johnson, discuss the impact of the internet on child development using Bronfenbrenner's ecological approach. As our society advances more and more children are accessing the internet. Nowadays it is rare to find a child who does not go online. For those who are unable to get the internet, it can be a huge social disadvantage (Johnson, 2010). Usage of the internet can help children develop better social skills as well as communicate more efficiently with their peers. Children who play games online also develop stronger cognitive abilities such as pattern...

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Introduction Homelessness is an issue of grave concern in United States of America, one of the richest countries of the world. Yes, America had 6,10,042 homeless people on the given night in January 2013 (Meghan Henry, 2013 ). The problem of homelessness is wide spread in the country, its persistent and complex feature is making it further challenging. Homeless people are the ones who do not have proper dwelling facility and they have to struggle to make their daily ends meet. Ironically such people are in large numbers in the United States and they come from every ethnicity, age groups...

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Mba Pursuit Pursuit of an MBA MGT 521 Construct and Support an Argument Decision to Pursue an MBA 1 April 2010 To some, pursuing higher education is a waste of money and time. Others, such as me, may argue that it is an accomplishment and the benefits from acquiring a degree are worth the efforts and hard work. With the current national unemployment rate at 9.7% (US Department of Labor, Feb 2010) and steadily rising, it seems improbable that finding that "ideal" job is likely. During these tough economic times, I find myself with a bachelor's degree at a low paying job with a child to...

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Mgt 521 Coca Cola Co. Part 1 SWOT Analysis Coca Cola Co. MGT 521 Coca Cola Co. "On May 8, 1886, a pharmacist named Dr. John Pemberton carried a jug ofCoca-Colasyrup to Jacobs' Pharmacy in downtown Atlanta, where it was mixed with carbonated water and sold for five cents a glass" (Coca Cola Co, 2012). Coca Cola is one of the all time biggest beverage company in the industry, that went from selling a few drinks a day from a pharmacy in Atlanta, Georgia to selling billions a day all over the world. According to the Fortune 500, Coca Cola Co ranks number 59 on the 2012 list with revenues...

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A+ Solutions UNV-504 Week 2 APA Activities: APA Activities 1 and APA Activities 2 Introduction to Graduate Studies in the Ken Blanchard College of Business Principles of Academic Research Complete "APA Activities 1" and "APA Activities 2" by the end of Topic 2. Upload to the appropriate drop box by the end of Topic 2. APA Activity 1 1\.Correct the in-text citation in the sentence below. Neither group showed any significant growth (Wong and Tuttle 2005). 2\.Correctly format the reference below. Bretschneider, John Garrett and McCoy, Nancy Lewis, 1968. Sexual Interest...

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Competitive Strategies and Government Policies Jenny Bishop, Jaclyn Bosworth, Alfredo Chavarria, Angelo Tan University of Phoenix ECO365 Eugene Kaufman March 21, 2013 Competitive Strategies and Government Policies In every industry companies must come up with competitive strategies to keep the interest of consumers. They also have to abide by government policies or they could face fines or would have to close their businesses. Airlines have been around for a long time and their competitive strategies are what make them appealing to the customer and keep them coming back. The...

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A+ Grade Solutions ENT 435 Week 2 Individual Assignment: The Importance of Innovation Architecture In Innovation as Usual: How to Help Your People Bring Great Ideas to Life (2013), Miller and Wedell-Wedellsborg discuss the importance of establishing systems within organizations that promote not only the creativity that results in innovation, but also make it possible for employees to bring innovative ideas to fruition. Miller and Wedell-Wedellsborg argue that a leader’s primary job “is not to innovate; it is to become an innovation architect, creating a work environment...

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ACCT 301 Week 4 Midterm Exam Set 1 (4 MCQ's and Problem) (TCO 1) Suppose your company sold $25,000 in merchandise to a customer for cash. How does this transaction impact the accounting equation? (Points : 12) (TCO 2) Suppose your company sold $50,000 in merchandise to a customer for cash. How does this transaction impact the accounting equation? (Points : 12) (TCO 3) Rationalization is one of the components of the fraud triangle. What types of rationalization could a person use to justify misconduct? How can a company protect itself from rationalization as a part of fraud? (Points :...

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ACCT 301 (Essential of Accounting) Week 1 ACCT 301 Week 1 Homework Problems Week 2 Week 2: Internal Controls - Discussion Describe what you think is the most important control activity that a company can implement. Why do you think that the one you chose is the most important? Describe one of the three elements that are present when fraud occurs. Week 2 Assignments: ACCT 301 Week 2 Quiz (15 MCQ's) (TCO 1) Which of the following would not be considered an external user of accounting data for XYZ Company? (TCO 1) The cost of assets consumed or services used is also known as...

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ACCT 301 (Essential of Accounting)All Quizes Midterm & final Exam ACCT 301 Week 2 Quiz (15 MCQ's) (TCO 1) Which of the following would not be considered an external user of accounting data for XYZ Company? (TCO 1) The cost of assets consumed or services used is also known as _________. (TCO 1) The financial statement that summarizes the changes in retained earnings for a specific period of time is the _________. (TCO 1) Pinson Company began the year with retained earnings of $210,000. During the year, the company recorded revenues of $300,000, expenses of $228,000, and paid dividends...

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ACCT 301 (Essential of Accounting)All Quizes Midterm & final Exam ACCT 301 Week 2 Quiz (15 MCQ's) (TCO 1) Which of the following would not be considered an external user of accounting data for XYZ Company? (TCO 1) The cost of assets consumed or services used is also known as _________. (TCO 1) The financial statement that summarizes the changes in retained earnings for a specific period of time is the _________. (TCO 1) Pinson Company began the year with retained earnings of $210,000. During the year, the company recorded revenues of $300,000, expenses of $228,000, and paid dividends...

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The article identified "three dimensions of fear including (a) Cost; (b) Language, Discrimination and Immigration Status; and (c) Cultural Disconnect" (Page-Reeves et al., 2013, p. 36).There was a prominent theory regarding fear and the financial burdens of illness, many individuals were not seeking "preventative health care" and were delaying medical attention due to other financial obligations such as rent and food. Many individuals shared the viewpoint of "Although diabetes may kill you someday, it's not going to kill you today" (Page-Reeves et al., 2013, p. 36). Consequentially,...

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Week 02 Question 01 Discussions Prepared By: Submitted To: Course Title: University: October 10, 2014 Answer to Discussion Question # 01 This is an event of January 2014, it was around 11:30 AM, there was ringing the fire alarm, all the employees ran out of the building and there was a massive fire. A lot of smoke cloud over the workshop. Fire brigade came and the firefighting staff started their efforts to stop the fire, and evacuate the people working inside the workshop safely. Actually, the fire caused by electric short circuit. All the employees were busy in workshop and...

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Top of Form Week 4: High-Performance Work Systems - Discussion TQM & Teams (graded) Teams are something we talk a lot about when it comes to TQM. Why are teams instrumental to TQM, or are they? What kinds of teams exist in a TQM operation? Responses Response Author Date/Time Teams and TQM Instructor Thomas 9/19/2011 9:09:16 PM Teams are something we talk a lot about when it comes to TQM. Why are teams instrumental to TQM, or are they? What kinds of teams exist in a TQM operation? RE: Teams and TQM Thomas Humphrey 9/25/2011 6:49:19 PM Teams are used in TQM to...

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Week One Assignment Antdrone R. Randolph BUS 644 Operations Management Ashford University Instructor Arthur Baldonado Monday September 30, 2014 Currently, Midas provides car maintenance and car repair services to car owners in over 1400 locations within the United States and Canada. The auto repair technicians perform diagnostic and repair services, routine and factory recommended maintenance on all car makes and models. Some of the routine maintenance and specialized services include: oil changes, tire rotations, brake repair, mufflers, exhaust, and steering and suspension repairs...

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Critiquing Internet Sources on Teen Pregnancy GEN 499 General Education Capstone September 16, 2013 Introduction The advancement in technology has made online information available to many people within a short time. However, it has come with challenges, which needs addressing in order to verify their reliability and accuracy. As more people get access to internet sources in relaying information, they are misled since they do not know the authenticity of the information. This poses danger to readers as they lack the ability to verify the information. Critiques Blog In his blog,...

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RUNNING HEAD: THE ASHFORD LIBRARY 1 The Ashford Library INF 103 Computer Literacy November 11, 2013 THE ASHFORD LIBRARY 1 Ashford Library is like a regular library except that it is digital, but they both having same information. "The electronic resources available to you include scholarly journal and general magazine articles, e-books (academic and reference), newspaper articles, company profiles, legal documents, reports, conference proceedings, government publications, and more" (Library Services, 2013, para 5). There are so many topics to help you...

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_A+ Grade Response_ ####**Managing Diverse Virtual Teams** As organisations merge and grow in a global environment, it is more likely that you will encounter a virtual team. The concept of virtual teams varies by organisations, and it can involve a variety of scenarios. All team members may work remotely; there may be several office locations and team members from each location; or it may be a mix of the two. Virtual teams allow organisations to provide longer business hours, reduced employee travel costs and flexible employee work schedules. Yet, performance issues may arise when...

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As organisations merge and grow in a global environment, it is more likely that you will encounter a virtual team. The concept of virtual teams varies by organisations, and it can involve a variety of scenarios. All team members may work remotely; there may be several office locations and team members from each location; or it may be a mix of the two. Virtual teams allow organisations to provide longer business hours, reduced employee travel costs and flexible employee work schedules. Yet, performance issues may arise when working in virtual teams (Schermerhorn et al, 2012). Therefore, a...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**Shared Activity - Team Development** In 1965, Bruce Tuckman proposed four stages of group development. After his research collaboration with Mary Ann Jensen, Tuckman and Jensen added a fifth stage. According to Tuckman and Jensen (2010), group leaders should be aware of the following stages in order to understand the common changes within the lifecycle of groups. Forming Stage Members get to know each other, learn the tasks of the team and define group rules. Storming Stage Members deal with tensions as they try to define the group tasks. Norming Stage ...

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Ch5. 48. Mickey is a 12-year-old dialysis patient. Three times a week he and his mother, Sue, drive 20 miles one way to Mickey's dialysis clinic. On the way home they go 10 miles out of their way to stop at Mickey's favorite restaurant. Their total round trip is 50 miles per day. How many of those miles, if any, can Sue use to calculate an itemized deduction for transportation? Use the mileage rate in effect for 2010. Explain your answer. Mileage for each week: 20x 2x 3 times 120 miles 120 miles x cents x 52 weeks Sue can calculate for 2010 itemized deduction, but 10 mile trip for...

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Top of Form Week 4: High-Performance Work Systems - Discussion TQM & Teams (graded) Teams are something we talk a lot about when it comes to TQM. Why are teams instrumental to TQM, or are they? What kinds of teams exist in a TQM operation? Responses Response Author Date/Time Teams and TQM Instructor Thomas 9/19/2011 9:09:16 PM Teams are something we talk a lot about when it comes to TQM. Why are teams instrumental to TQM, or are they? What kinds of teams exist in a TQM operation? RE: Teams and TQM Thomas Humphrey 9/25/2011 6:49:19 PM Teams are used in TQM to...

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SEC 571 Week 5 DQ 1 Case Study - Would you hire Goli SEC 571 Principles of Information Security and Privacy - DeVry Case Study - Would You Hire Goli? (graded) How would you respond if Goli (Case VIII, p. 707 in our text) came to you describing a vulnerability in your system and offering to help fix it? What would incline you to hire her? What would disincline you from doing so? Please explain your answer and also reply to the comments of others. Collapse All Print View Show Options Responses Response Author Date/Time* RE: Class, Professor Michalek...

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ACCT 301 Week 4 Midterm - Version 1 ------------------------------------------------------- - Page 1 - (TCO 1) Suppose your company sold $25,000 in merchandise to a customer for cash. How does this transaction impact the accounting equation? (Points : 12) - (TCO 2) Suppose your company sold $50,000 in merchandise to a customer for cash. How does this transaction impact the accounting equation? (Points : 12) - (TCO 3) Rationalization is one of the components of the fraud triangle. What types of rationalization could a person use to justify misconduct? How can a company protect itself from...

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A+ Grade Solution Managing Quality Assurance in the Workplace Essay Health care delivery and the organizations that provide it, manage it, and reimburse for it are growing at an explosive rate. As part of this trend, the growth in the allied health job sector is expected to grow significantly, with job growth projections in the 40% plus range for the period 2012-2022 (according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2012). Expansive growth is a response to current and predicted need for services, and while encouraging, sustained, and rapid growth will inevitably impact safety, risk...

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Famous Films Inc Assignment 1 Athabasca University HRMT 386 (4 Pages 1390 Words) Famous Films Inc. will be hiring 20 university students into various departments to work from June 1st, 2011 until the university contract end date of August 31, 2011. These interns will be hired into Temporary Full Time assignments and interviews will begin on April 3, 2011 at the Famous Films Inc job fair. This will be the first time where front line managers and department supervisors will be conducting the recruitment and selection portion of the hiring process so it is important to outline the legal...

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Trident Ecol100 module 4 SLP Module 4 - SLP HABITAT LOSS, LAND USE, AND CONSERVATION For this Modules SLP assignment read the following articles: Duncan,Emma. All creatures great and EconomistSep 14, 2013; Vol. 408 (8853): 3. And Brazils conversion: Trees of EconomistSep 14, 2013; Vol. 408 (8853): 13. Write a 3- to 4-page page paper discussing the following: Why did the Paragominas support their mayor? Address the following in your answer: What level of biodiversity does the Brazilian Amazon support? What is deforestation and why is it practiced? How does deforestation affect the Brazilian...

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Amazon Financials Migdalia Alicea, Hollie Cole, Shawn Costa, Bryan Wojtkowicz FIN/370 May 12, 2014 Nicole L. Givens Amazon Financials Amazon started out at as an online bookstore, but broadened their customer base by offering DVDs, CDs, MP3, video streaming and more. Amazon serves 137 million customers a week; they are the number one e-tailer in the world. Amazon competes just right to attract customers of all ages, genders, and groups (Hyatt, 2014). Ethics and Compliance Ethics in business are not always clear-cut; however, ethics is relevant to the financial and...

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Emergency Contraceptives for Teenagers Hollie Cole BCOM/275 June 10, 2013 Ms. Yvonne Perez Emergency Contraceptives for Teenagers The FDA approved the sale of the morning after to pill to teenagers starting at the age of 15. This is a change from the law passed in 1999 changing from 18 to 17. Young girls can buy this pill without a prescription giving them access to the morning after pill anytime they see fit. According to the FDA Commissioner Margret Hamburg emergency contraceptives has the potential to decrease unintended pregnancies in the United States. The FDA also...

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Aptitude Assessment Hollie Cole BCOM/275 June 17, 2013 Yvonne Perez Aptitude Assessment Aptitude is defined a natural or acquired capacity or ability; especially: a tendency, capacity, or inclination to learn or understand ("Aptitude," 2013). I do not believe the assessment that was given was accurately prepared based of the definition. One problem I had with the questions is the sample situations given were too complex to thoroughly read and answer. Given the time restraints, I was anxious that I would not be able to answer the questions before the time allotted. Medium Aptitude Level...

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Erin Potts Professor Davenport HSM 115 January 23, 2013 There was an update explaining that there was a security flaw in its Java software on January 13, 2013 after the Department of Homeland Security warned users to disable Java software completely, they citied that it would allow hackers to take control of their machines. The agency stated, Java 7 Update 10 and earlier contains an unspecified vulnerability that can allow a remote, unauthenticated attacker to execute arbitrary code on a vulnerable system, the agency said in an alert issued last week. This and previous Java vulnerabilities...

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2014 FIN515 MANAGERIAL FINANCE MIDTERM (NOV-DEC) 1. Question : (TCO G) The firm's equity multiplier measures Student Answer: the value of assets held per dollar of shareholder equity. the return the firm has earned on its past investments. the firm's ability to sell a product for more than the cost of producing i