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In an experiment, die is rolled continually until a 6 appears, at which point the experiment stops. What is the sample space of this experiment? Let En denote the event that n rolls are necessary to complete the experiment. What points of the sample space are contained in En? What is $\big( \bigcup_1^\infty E_n \big)^c$

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Independent flips of a coin that lands on heads with probability p are made. What is the probability that the first four outcomes are (a) H, H, H, H? (b) T, H, H, H? (c) What is the probability that the pattern T, H, H, H occurs before the pattern H, H, H, H? Hint for part (c): How can the pattern H, H, H, H occur first?

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The scores and their percent of the final grade for a statistics student are given. What is the student's weighted mean score? | | Score   | Percent of final grade | |:-|:-:|:-:| | Homework | 81  | 15 | | Quiz | 86   | 5 | | Quiz | 90   | 5 | | Project | 95   | 40 | | Final Exam | 87   | 35 |

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Just curious how to define a factorial. And what is $0!$ equal to? Is it the same as $1!$?

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A communications channel transmits the digits 0 and 1. However, due to static, the digit transmitted is incorrectly received with probability .2. Suppose that we want to transmit an important message consisting of one binary digit. To reduce the chance of error, we transmit 00000 instead of 0 and 11111 instead of 1. If the receiver of the message uses “majority” decoding, what is the probability that the message will be wrong when decoded? What independence assumptions are you making?

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What is the probability that at least 2 people have the same birthday in a group of 16 people? Assume that there are 365 days in a year.

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On rainy days, Joe is late to work with probability .3; on nonrainy days, he is late with probability .1. With probability .7, it will rain tomorrow. (a) Find the probability that Joe is early tomorrow. (b) Given that Joe was early, what is the conditional probability that it rained?

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The expected number of typographical errors on a page of a certain magazine is .2. What is the probability that the next page you read contains (a) 0 and (b) 2 or more typographical errors? Explain your reasoning!

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The monthly worldwide average number of airplane crashes of commercial airlines is 3.5. What is the probability that there will be (a) at least 2 such accidents in the next month; (b) at most 1 accident in the next month? Explain your reasoning!

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There are 3 coins in a box. One is a two-headed coin, another is a fair coin, and the third is a biased coin that comes up heads 75 percent of the time. When one of the 3 coins is selected at random and flipped, it shows heads. What is the probability that it was the two-headed coin?

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Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer found in males. As an indicator of whether a male has prostate cancer, doctors often perform a test that measures the level of the prostate specific antigen (PSA) that is produced only by the prostate gland. Although PSA levels are indicative of cancer, the test is notoriously unreliable. Indeed, the probability that a noncancerous man will have an elevated PSA level is approximately .135, increasing to approximately .268 if the man does have cancer. If, on the basis of other factors, a physician is 70 percent certain that a male has...

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It is known that diskettes produced by a certain company will be defective with probability .01, independently of each other. The company sells the diskettes in packages of size 10 and offers a money-back guarantee that at most 1 of the 10 diskettes in the package will be defective. The guarantee is that the customer can return the entire package of diskettes if he or she finds more than one defective diskette in it. If someone buys 3 packages, what is the probability that he or she will return exactly 1 of them?

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A+ Solutions MGT-420 Module 5 Virtual Workplace: Out of the Office Reply and Listening Skills: Yeah Whatever Videos Organization Behavior and Management - Interpersonal Dynamics and Processes View "Virtual Workplace: Out of the Office Reply and the Listening Skills: Yeah Whatever" videos. View the videos as many times as necessary to familiarize yourself with the names of the characters and the issues in both videos as they relate to this week's objectives. Write a paper (1,000-1,250 words), in which you respond to the following questions: 1.How effective is the communication...

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What's wrong with our food and drugs? Do you really want to know what is wrong with our food? If you knew just half of what went into your food you would be disgusted. That is why I am here, to inform you. First of all, the packaging factories are hardly suitable to be a place to package raw meat. Rats are running all over the place and flies and other dirty insects are abundant. You would assume that old rotten meat would be disposed of, wouldn't you, but it's not. The mea is packaged anyway and sent to a store where a consumer will buy it unknowingly. You could be that...

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Soc 201 Dr. Gray What is Sociology Sociology-the systematic study of social interaction-processes by which we act toward and react to people around us-at a variety of levels. Sociologists use scientific research to discover patterns and create theories about who we are, how we interact with others, and why we do what we do. Sociology goes beyond common sense in the pursuit of knowledge about the entire scope of our social world, including small groups (like families and friends), large organizations and institutions (like your school), and entire societies (like the United...

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"What's Eating Gilbert Grape", as directed by Lasse Hallstrom, is a comedy, drama, romance, all wrapped up into one grand movie. Leonardo DiCaprio plays a mentally impaired boy with a caring brother, who always took care of his brother until the love of his life came to town, proposing the essential question: What is a boy willing to sacrifice in order to be with the one he loves? Johnny Deep plays Gilbert Grape whose father left when he was little, causing his mother to become depressed and never leave the house again. Gilbert referees to her as a "beached whale" because...

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What exactly is Health Care Policy? Who does it affect? I think healthcare policies can effect everyone as far patient, doctor, staff and etc. however I have worked for a couple different office settings and I have to say there policies were quite different so I think its determined by who runs the medical practice and what kind of practice is being ran. For instance I worked for a family practice where the mother was the office manger and all the policies that were in place went for every doctor on staff except the 3 that were her kids. I thought that was worst office setting ever...

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What is the purpose behind having a Constitution? Describe our political system under the Articles of Confederation. What were the inherent problems with the Articles? What factors generated the need to replace this system of government? What were the essential differences between the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution that we adopted? What were the differences between the Virginia Plan, New Jersey Plan, and Great Compromise (Connecticut Compromise)? What are the basic principles embodied in the Constitution? How can each Branch check the power of the other two Branches? Can...

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What factors need to be considered when determining whether or not identified actions are within the domain of nursing practice? Be sure to cite current literature in your response. Knowing what is in my scope of practice as a nurse was drilled into me while attending nursing school. I remember when that when they first stated to teach us delegation and what not to delegate I got so confused. It wasnt until my fourth block that I really understood. I may not be a 100% certain on what to delegate and what I shouldnt, but with time being a nurse I am sure I will get it done. In my...

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Com 220 Final What impact does Facebook have on our relationships Facebook, Friend or Foe What impact does Facebook have on our relationships? Com /220 "It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity." - Albert Einstein Because of their growth and popularity social networking sites have in many ways, become a cultural phenomenal that has inched their ways into every facet of our lives, threatening to change the way in which we communicate both on and off line. If you are not convinced, take a look at what is going on the next time you visit...

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BUS 644 Week 6 Final Paper Space Age Furniture Problem University Name Space Age Furniture Company Read Space Age Furniture Company in Chapter 9 of your text. Answer the following seven questions: (Include any MRP calculations). What options are open to Coral to address this problem? How would reducing the minimum quantity of subassemblies help? What are the costs of carrying excess items in inventory at each stage? What is the trade-off between overtime costs and inventory costs? Which type(s) of production processing - job shop, batch, repetitive, or continuous - is the...

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What agreements are integral parts of the WTO and what issues do these address? What benefits are there to being a member of WTO? Explain what issues are at stake in the next round of WTO meetings and what is this meeting about? Do you think it is beneficial to Russia to be a member country of the WTO? Why, or why not? How does it impact the companies vying to sell their products from your home country into Russia? What agreements are integral parts of the WTO and what issues do these address? World Trade Organization (WTO) was established in Uruguay Round of GATT...

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Question 5: Short---answered essay questions a. What are some of the reasons for the positive investment income U.S. earns on its external wealth, even though she has more foreign liabilities than foreign assets? Answer - The most important reason for the positive investment income of U.S on its external wealth has been the higher rate of interest on its assets than it pays on its liabilities. Adding the 2% capital gain differential to the 1.5% interest differential, we end up with a U.S. total return differential (interest plus capital gains) of about 3.5% per year since the 1980s. In...

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BUS 311 Contracts, What Are They How Do They Work? ------- BUS311 Business Law I Abstract In this paper, I will reflect on the operation of contracts. Business law shows how contracts may be classified in several ways depending on the manner in which they are created, expressed, or performed. I have learned a lot from this course and I will use that to help write this paper. In the following paper I will discuss the oral or written contracts; I will discuss express or implied contracts, and will discuss formal or simple contracts. I will also discuss the impact of the contracts in...

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A+ Solutions NRS 430V Week 1 Topic 1 DQ 2 Professional Dynamics - Essentials of Baccalaureate Education What do you look forward to, as you begin this educational experience and your personal search for purpose? What is your greatest fear? How can you overcome it? Write about one specific educational experience from your past where you addressed a fear and overcame it and how you succeeded in this process.

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ECO 365 Week 3 DQ 2 What conditions exist when economic profits are maximized? What is the difference between economic and accounting profits? How could you graphically illustrate economic profits made by a perfectly competitive firm; monopolist; and firm competing in a monopolistic competitive market?

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A+ Solutions NRS-427V Module 2 DQ 1 Concepts in Community and Public Health - Epidemiology and Communicable Diseases What are social determinants of health? How do social determinants of health contribute to the development of illness? What is a communicable disease chain? Are there steps that a nurse can take to break a link within the communicable disease chain? Give a specific example. Readings within your text covering international/global health and the following websites will assist you in answering these questions: 1.U.S. Centers for Disease Control...

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SOC 315 Cultural Diversity What are the dimensions of cultural diversity Identify and briefly explain the dimensions by referencing both textbooks. With what ethnic, cultural, or other groups do you identify Describe what members of your social circle have in common. What is the difference between diversity and inclusion? What is the importance of workplace diversity training? What is your experience with workplace culture? Could there be, or could there have been, more inclusion? Thinking About Diversity and Inclusion Thinking About Diversity and Inclusion SOC 315 Cultural...

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SOC 315 Thinking About Diversity and Inclusion With what ethnic, cultural, or other groups do you identify Describe what members of your social circle have in common What are the dimensions of cultural diversity Identify and briefly explain the dimensions by referencing both textbooks. With what ethnic, cultural, or other groups do you identify Describe what members of your social circle have in common. What is the difference between diversity and inclusion? What is the importance of workplace diversity training? What is your experience with workplace culture? Could there be, or...

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Assignment 3 Supply, Demand, & Government in the Markets A doctoral student has just completed a study for her dissertation and found the following demand and supply schedules for hand held computers to be as follows: Price/Computer Quantity Demanded Quantity Supplied 200 1000 2200 175 1250 2050 150 1500 1900 125 1750 1750 100 2000 1600 75 2250 1450 50 2500 1300 25 2750 1150 Questions: 1. Using Microsoft Excel, draw a graph illustrating the supply and demand in this market. 2. What is the equilibrium Price and Quantity in the market? 3. Now suppose the...

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Exercise 20 Which patient scored the highest on the preoperative CVLT Acquisition What was his or her T score? Patient number 3, with a T score of 63. 1. Which patient scored the lowest on postoperative CVLT retrieval? What was this patient's T score? Patient number 4, with a T score of 23. 2. Did the patient in question 2 have more of a memory performance decline than average on the CVLT retrieval? Provide rationale. Patient number four did have more of a memory performance decline than average. The T...

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NRS-427V Module 2 DQ 1 Concepts in Community and Public Health - Epidemiology and Communicable Diseases What are social determinants of health? How do social determinants of health contribute to the development of illness? What is a communicable disease chain? Are there steps that a nurse can take to break a link within the communicable disease chain? Give a specific example. Readings within your text covering international/global health and the following websites will assist you in answering these questions: . Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Global Health...

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What is the phenomenon of interest? An act of entrepreneurship studies within the concentration courses encourage students to think outside the norm of their career choice. Most of the educational programs in Nigeria high school push students to only focus on passing exam and graduate. The Walden One Degree, 10 Careers shows that there are many things to accomplish with a Ph.D. degree (Laureate Education, 2014i; 2014k). I believe same philosophy goes with high school students in that development stage as well. What experiences or contextual issues might influence how this phenomenon could...

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What are the types of plans How are they distinguished from one another Do you think plans with incremental objectives are more effective than those that contain stretch goals? Why or why not? Support your opinion with outside resources. In basic management practices there are three types of plans. They are Strategic, Tactical, and Operational. Within this planning process you can also have what is called Contingency plans for a backup plan which may be necessary in the event of a problem with the initial plans. Plans allow individuals, departments, organizations to commit to specific...

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1. A grindstone, initially at rest, is given a constant angular acceleration so that it makes 20.0 rev in the first 8.00 s.  What is its angular acceleration? 2. A circular hoop rolls without slipping on a flat horizontal surface.  Which one of the following is necessarily true? 3. Consider four point masses:  the 1.0 kg mass is 1.0 m from the origin, the 2.0 kg mass is 2.0 m from the origin, the 3.0 kg mass is 3.0 m from the origin, and the 4.0 kg mass is located 4.0 m from the origin.  The acceleration due to gravity is the same everywhere.  What is the x coordinate of the center...

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What is the maximum value of the magnetic quantum number, m1, for a 5d electron? Given the thermochemical equation 2Al(s)+3/2 O2(g) -> Al2O3(s)      ?H = -1676 kJ Find ?H for the following reaction 2Al2O3(s) -> 4Al(s)+3O2(g) What is wrong, if anything, with the following orbital diagram of an atom in its state? Calculate ?U of a gas for a process in which the gas absorbs 3 J of heat and does 10 J of work by expanding. What is the energy of a photon of electromagnetic radiation with a frequency of 5.98 x 1014 Hz? The ground-state valence-shell configuration of a particular atom...

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The coefficient of static and kinetic frictions between a 3.0-kg box and a desk are 0.40 and 0.30, respectively. What is the net force on the box when a 15 N horizontal force is applied to the box? What is the minimum speed of the ball at the bottom of its swing (point B) in order for it to reach point A, which is 1.0-m above the bottom of the swing?   Vector A is 75.0 cm long and points at 30° above the positive x axis. Vector B is 25.0 cm long and points along the negative x axis. Vector C is 40.0 cm long and points at 45° below the negative x axis A) Determine the x and y...

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**Course Project Part II** **Introduction** You will assume that you still work as a financial analyst for AirJet Best Parts, Inc. The company is considering a capital investment in a new machine and you are in charge of making a recommendation on the purchase based on (1) a given rate of return of 15% (Task 4) and (2) the firms cost of capital (Task 5). **Task 4. Capital Budgeting for a New Machine** A few months have now passed and AirJet Best Parts, Inc. is considering the purchase on a new machine that will increase the production of a special component significantly. The...

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**PHL 443 Week 4 Individual Mind and Consciousness Questions** Individual Mind and Consciousness Questions Write a 1,400-word response to the questions below based on the assigned readings.     In the Electronic Reserve Reading Consciousness, John Searle poses some basic questions regarding the subjectivity of consciousness and whether this is strictly a biological process. What do you think of these arguments? What are your own conclusions?     What is the difference between syntactic knowledge and semantic knowledge? Cite examples from your own experience.     Using...

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What is a thesis statement?

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HLT 362 Module 2 Exercise 29 Were the groups in this study independent or dependent? Provide a rationale for your answer. t ??3.15 describes the difference between women and men for what variable in this study? Is this value significant? Provide a rationale for your answer. Is t ??1.99 significant? Provide a rationale for your answer. Discuss the meaning of this result in this study. Examine the t ratios in Table VI. Which t ratio indicates the largest difference between the males and females post MI in this study? Is this t ratio significant? Provide a rationale for your...

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HLT 362 Module 5 Exercise 27 Module 5 Exercise 27 Simple Linear Regression What are the independent and dependent variables in Figures 2, A, B, and C? How would you describe the relationship between the variables in Figures 2, A, B, and C? What are the independent and dependent variables in Figures 3, A, B, and C? How would you describe the relationship between the variables in Figures 3, A, B, and C? Was there a significant difference in the y intercept for the lines of best fi t in Figure 2 from the y intercept for the lines of best fi t in Figure 3? Provide a rationale for your...

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HLT 362 Week 5 DQs Discussion Questions Now that you are familiar with the basic concepts of statistics, what are some examples of when you have seen or heard statistics used inappropriately? What is an example in the world around you for which you would use a Chi-square analysis? Describe the error in the conclusion. Given: There is a linear correlation between the number of cigarettes smoked and the pulse rate. As the number of cigarettes increases the pulse rate increases. Conclusion: Cigarettes cause the pulse rate to increase.

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6-21: Barbara Bright is the purchasing agent for West Valve Company. West Valve sells industrial valves and fluid control devices. One of the most popular valves is the Western, which has an annual demand of 4,000 units. The cost of each valve is $90, and the inventory carrying cost is estimated to be 10% of the cost of each valve. Barbara has made a study of the costs involved in placing an order for any of the valves that West Valve stocks and she has concluded that the average ordering cost is $25 per order. Furthermore, it takes about two weeks for an order to arrive from the supplier,...

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**THANKS FOR YOUR SUGGESTIONS!** *** UPDATED 12-15-2013 WITH FIXES / GREATER DETAILS **A++ Work, solved by a real tutor in Quantitative Analysis INCLUDES EXCEL SPREADSHEET WITH FORMULAS AND SOLVER WITH SCREENSHOT Directions: Carefully read through the following case study and answer all of the case study questions. Include supporting calculations and screenshots (Excel QM). **Henry Clements is a friend of yours who has a car rental agency in a major metropolitan area**. Although his is an independent company, Henry works closely with three other independent companies in the...

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**A++ Work! 100% CORRECT PHYSICS TUTORIAL INCLUDES ANSWERS TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS 1. A crate rests on the flatbed of a truck that is initially traveling at 15 m/s on a level road. The driver applies the brakes and the truck brought to a halt in a distance of 38 m. If the deceleration of the truck is constant, what is the minimum coefficient of friction between the crate and the truck that is required to keep the crate from sliding? 2. The world's largest Ferris wheel with a radius of 50.0 m is located in Yokohama City, Japan. Each of the sixty gondolas on the wheel takes...

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Most people have views that are strongly influenced and informed by philosophy, often without realizing it. Identify a view you have-whether on politics, religion, science, culture, or even the media and entertainment-that might be regarded as being related to philosophy. What kind of reasons do you have for holding that belief? What figure from the history of philosophy section do you think might have some views that are similar, or at least relevant, to your own? Explain why you chose that particular figure. Philosophy is explained as asking questions and trying to find answers to...

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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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Assignment 3 To describe how normal will become abnormal and vice versa. what will the impact be Introduction: Evolution has always seen improbable an impossible things happening. What seemd to be something so very farfetched happened when man discovered so many new things? What seemed abnormal in the past is now normal these normal happenings of today as days go by may become abnormal and something normal will set in. What is normal now will become abnormal The future: There is going to be lifestyle change. Animals will be affected by a virus that will make eating of their flesh...

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explain the purpose and scope of the Robinson-Patman Act. What factors would a court use in deciding whether a violation has taken place? Second, do you agree or disagree that anti-trust laws are needed For example, what is wrong with having a dominant retailer like Walmart. With such a large retailer it means more choices for consumers. Also witnout a company like Microsoft and its dominance, computers may not have progressed to the point where it is a necessary tool for everyone. Agree or do you disagree? explain Discussion 1. Robinson-Patman Act, 15 . 13-13b, 21a, when...

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explain the purpose and scope of the Robinson-Patman Act. What factors would a court use in deciding whether a violation has taken place? Second, do you agree or disagree that anti-trust laws are needed? For example, what is wrong with having a dominant retailer like Walmart. With such a large retailer it means more choices for consumers. Also witnout a company like Microsoft and its dominance, computers may not have progressed to the point where it is a necessary tool for everyone. Agree or do you disagree? explain Discussion 1. Robinson-Patman Act, 15 . 13-13b, 21a, when...

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Soc Dq Week #1 1. How do popular culture trends affect your personal decision-making process 2. What is a trend? What makes a trend different from a fad? What are some examples of trends and fads DISCUSSION QUESTION #1 How do popular culture trends affect your personal decision-making process? Is it possible to escape the consumption of popular culture? I believe that popular culture trends can affect your personal decisions because popular culture is an influence and a trend and I believe we are all part of this culture in one way or another. Social Media like Facebook, Twitter,...

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What is the current macroeconomic situation in the U.S. (e.g. is the U.S. economy currently concerned about unemployment, inflation, recession, etc.)? What fiscal policies and monetary policies would be appropriate at this time? THE PROBLEM: US is the leading economy of the world but is under a recession since 2008 or so. Unemployment is at record high and is the biggest problem areas for policy makers. No jobs means consumer confidence and business sentiment also suffer. The problem stared with the housing bubble in 2008 leading to a near collapse of financial biggies like...

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Performance Appraisal What is the purpose of performance appraisals? What are the strengths and weaknesses of the four major appraisal methods currently in use? What if an employee's work is not very quantifiable: how should a manager work to provide a fair appraisal? Answer Performance appraisals are formal reviews of a subordinate's work performance by a supervisor. They are preformed to identify strengths and weaknesses as well as to discuss areas of improvement. "The process of appraising employee performance can be both time-consuming and stressful. These difficulties are...

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Why were the first proto-HMOs formed in America What were the original driving factors in the HMO movement Describe the preferred provider organization (PPO) model of managed care. Why do you feel that this is the dominant form of managed care today? Why do managed care organizations have a board of directors? What is the function of the board of directors? What is the role of a denial-of-coverage appeal committee in a managed care organization? And why is this function so crucial? What are meant by "outliers" in hospital reimbursement? How do outlier cases impact reimbursement to a...

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BUS 644 Week 6 Final Paper Space Age Furniture Problem University Name Space Age Furniture Company Read Space Age Furniture Company in Chapter 9 of your text. Answer the following seven questions: (Include any MRP calculations). What options are open to Coral to address this problem? How would reducing the minimum quantity of subassemblies help? What are the costs of carrying excess items in inventory at each stage? What is the trade-off between overtime costs and inventory costs? Which type(s) of production processing - job shop, batch, repetitive, or continuous - is...

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Movie: What's Eating Gilbert Grape "What's Eating Gilbert Grape", as directed by Lasse Hallstrom, is a comedy, drama, romance, all wrapped up into one grand movie. Leonardo DiCaprio plays a mentally impaired boy with a caring brother, who always took care of his brother until the love of his life came to town, proposing the essential question: What is a boy willing to sacrifice in order to be with the one he loves? Johnny Deep plays Gilbert Grape whose father left when he was little, causing his mother to become depressed and never leave the house again....

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BUS 620 What You Don't Know About Apple Read this week's required article: "What You Don't Know About Apple". In a three- to four-page paper (not including the title and reference pages): -Discuss if Apple will continue its path to be the frontrunner in revolutionizing the digital marketplace. -Discuss if Apple's competition has increased their share of the marketplace at Apple's expense. -Discuss if Apple will succeed without Steve Jobs. How is Apple different from other companies? What is there in apple which distinguishes it from IBM, Microsoft, and Xerox? Is this...

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DQ-1 What is correlation? What are the different types of correlation? Why is it important to determine correlation? Correlation involves the logic and procedures for making predictions about one variable, it is a statistical procedure that allows you to look at the relationship between two groups of scores. Thus, A correlation describes the relationship between two variables. More precisely, the usual measure of a correlation describes the relationship between two equal-interval numeric variables. Some different types of correlations are linear correlations, the pattern in a scatter...

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PSY 325 Week 2 DQ When comparing data from different distributions, what is the benefit of transforming data from these distributions to conformto the standard distribution? Our text tells us that there are many normal distributions and that these distributions make it difficult to compare one individual's performance across multiple normally distributed measures. The way to remedy this problem would be to change the scores from different distributions so that they fit into a mutual metric. (Tanner, D., 2011) What role do z-scores play in this transformation of data from...

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What evidence does the article provide for an association (correlation) between the phenomena discussed? Drawing on your text's discussion of how to interpret correlations, what would you want to check to be confident that there is actually a correlation? What is the argument that the relationship is causal? Is the argument for the causal relationship convincing? If the argument is not convincing, what additional evidence is needed to make a convincing argument that the relationship is causal? Does it make sense to make changes in your life based on the article? Additional...

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What is meant by "leveraging the power of lift "What if a new idea, such as this one, came along what would you, as a manager, do with it look at the video What changes do your foresee for your current working environment in the next 5 years? How will you prepare yourself to manage in this new environment? What is meant by "leveraging the power of lift?" Leveraging literally means a lever used to lift an object. The concept of Leverage can be used for success in business and career. With leverage more can be achieved in the amount of time invested. The power of lift can...

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Question: What is the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB)? What does it do? Why was it created? Is it effective? What suggestions for improvement do you have? Answer: The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) which was founded on April 1, 2001, is an independent standard-setting body of the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Foundation. IASB is a successor to the International Accounting Standards Committee (IASC). The new name for IASC is IFRS which was issued after 2001. IASB is responsible for the development and publication of IFRSs and...

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Running Head: GREAT GAME OF LIFE 1) What is the objective of the Great Game of Life (GGOL) program? 2) Should Simmons implement the GGOL? Why or why not? Give at least two reasons based on the case study for your position. 3) How did the Charlotte's Pride video influence your position on the use of GGOL to change Simmons? 4) Assuming the GGOL will be implemented, regardless of your position, what steps would you take to ensure positive results? Include at least three steps and stages of implementation. 5) How might the GGOL program affect the managerial or employee...

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Running Head: MANAGEMENT What is your analysis relative to a potential leading coalition? Questions: 2. At the three different stages of change, what are the likely sources of resistance? 3. Why is Dr. Lee so opposed to the potential change? Can anything be done to reduce his resistance? 4. What would your general recommendations be relative to building a leading coalition, communication plan, levels of participation, and types of incentives? 5. What would your general recommendations be relative to the focus, amount, frequency, and rate of change? Management Answer:...

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Running Head: OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT What is Operations Management and why is it strategically important to firms regardless of their focus on or mix of products? Questions: 2. What are the key similarities and differences between SPC and kaizan? 3. What are the two main Six Sigma techniques, and what is intended to target? 4. What is EOQ and why is it a useful tool for managers in operations? 5. What are the key similarities and differences between Gant charts and PERT/CPM techniques? 6. What is JIT, and what are its principle benefits? 7. Contrast and compare economies of...

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Bio 101 What is life? BIO/101 What is life? Part I: Media Relevancy Read each statement. Write a 100-word summary explaining how the chosen media piece supports the statement. Include reference citations. 1. Find a media piece-article, video, presentation, song, or other that recognizes the fundamental concepts of chemistry in biology. Include a link or reference citation for the piece and describe how it helped you better understand how fundamental concepts of chemistry affect biology. After my research at it has helped me to understand how fundamental concepts of chemistry...

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A+Solution For the discussion: Consider a problem in your field and state it Write about something in nature which does what you are trying to do (you don't have to know how it does it) If you do know how they do it, would it work for your problem? Reflect on how these values may apply to your field When you read other people's ideas, share your thoughts with them Create a 5-10 min presentation about biomimicry and how it might be included in your field of study or your company (Read the word document)

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What is the importance of Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle in understanding the foundations of psychology? Describe the similarities and differences among these three philosophers and how their philosophies compare and contrast with the philosophies of others, such as the Sophists. ? *How did early Christian scholars like Thomas Aquinas synthesize the Greek philosophy with Christian theological perspectives? What impact did Aquinas' writings have on future philosophical thinking? ? *Why would it be important to expand our historical perspectives on psychology to include...

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Q1. Select a product with which you are familiar. What stage is your selected product at in the product life cycle? Provide rationale for your answer. Based on your knowledge of the product life cycle, what types of changes will occur to your selected product as it continues through the product life cycle? How will this affect the marketing of your selected product? Q2. Select a product or service. Then select three different organizations that provide your selected product or service and compare the prices associated with your selected product or service. What is the difference between...

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ENG 102 What would you do in their shoes Eng. 102 Many Christians in places like China and India are persecuted every day because they love God and follow his ways. They are beaten and sometimes killed because they refuse to turn their backs on God. As a Christian, who lives in the United States would you be willing to do that? The statement that Christians don't take there religion seriously is true in some sense. As Christians in the United States we tend to take things for granted. We seem to think if it isn't happening to us then who cares what is going on to other Christians...

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CRT 205 What Is Critical Thinking CRT/205 What Is Critical Thinking Critical thinking is the talent to rationally think. It includes the ability to involve in reflective and liberated thinking. While involved in critical thinking, you are able to understand the reasonable connection with ideas. You will also be able to identify, build, and evaluate opinions. Also, critical thinking helps you identify and find the importance in the ideas of what you are trying to figure out. Critical thinking should not be mixed up with being confrontational or being critical of other people or...

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Week 2 dis 1 What is Human Resources planning? How does the HR planning process facilitate the achievement of an organization's strategic objectives? If you can, use your organization as an example In 200 - 250 words, what are the goals of employee selection? Compare and contrast two selection methods and how these selection methods impact the achievement of organizational objectives? Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. ANSWER: Week 2 dis 1 What is Human Resources planning? How does the HR planning process facilitate the achievement of an organization's strategic...

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Your analysis of the Marriott Corporation case should be from the viewpoint of Mr. Cohrs, vice president of project finance at Marriott. Your case write-up should answer the following questions: -What is the WACC for Marriott as a whole? -What are the appropriate hurdle rates for each of its three divisions? What is the weighted average cost of capital (WACC) for Marriott Corporation? WACC (1 - ?)rD(D/V) rE(E/V) D market value of debt E market value of equity V value of the firm D E rD pretax cost of debt rE after tax cost of debt ? tax rate 175.9/398.9 ...

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A+ Solution BIO 101 Week 1 Cell Biology: What Is Life? Worksheet University of Phoenix Complete the University of Phoenix Material: What Is Life? Worksheet. University of Phoenix Material What Is Life? Part I: Media Relevancy Read each statement. Write a 100-word summary explaining how the chosen media piece supports the statement. Include reference citations. 1. Find a media piece article, video, presentation, song, or other that recognizes the fundamental concepts of chemistry in biology. Include the link or reference citation for the piece and describe...

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A+ Solution University of Phoenix BIO 101 Week 2 What Can Fruit Flies Reveal About Inheritance? Lab The Mastering Biology Lab: Chapter 9 Investigation Resource: Mastering Biology Access Log into Mastering Biology. Instructions for logging into Mastering Biology and accessing the investigations are found in the "Mastering Biology Access" document located on the student website. Complete the Mastering Biology Lab: Chapter 9 Investigation: What Can Fruit Flies Reveal About Inheritance? Take notes in the investigation's notebook as you perform the experiments. Answer the...

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A+ Solution University of Phoenix HCS 588 Week 6 QI Plan Part 4 Measuring Performance Standards - Trends Write a 500- to 750-word paper in which you answer the following questions: •What types of care or service does your chosen organization focus on? What is its mission? What QI goals does the organization have in place? •What is the role of consumers--patient, family, and friends--in your organization's QI process? What external quality indicators are available to consumers regarding that organization? Describe at least three indicators in detail. How...

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A+ Solution NRS-410V Module 1 Mandatory Discussion Question Pathophysiology and Nursing Management of Clients Health - Introduction to Pathophysiology and Nursing Management The case scenario provided will be used to answer the discussion questions that follow. Case Scenario Ms. G., a 23-year-old diabetic, is admitted to the hospital with a cellulitis of her left lower leg. She has been applying heating pads to the leg for the last 48 hours, but the leg has become more painful and she has developed chilling. Subjective Data Complains of pain and heaviness in her...

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A+ Solutions HLT-362V Week 1 Topic 1: DQ 2 Applied Statistics for Health Care Professionals - What Is Statistics and Why It Is Important to Health Sciences? What are the characteristics of a population for which it would be appropriate to use mean/median/mode? When would the characteristics of a population make them inappropriate to use?

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BIO/101 Week 1 what is Life? Worksheet What Is Life? Part I: Media Relevancy Read each statement. Write a 100-word summary explaining how the chosen media piece supports the statement. Include reference citations. 1.Find a media piecearticle, video, presentation, song, or otherthat recognizes the fundamental concepts of chemistry in biology. Include the link or reference citation for the piece and describe how it helped you better understand how fundamental concepts of chemistry affect biology. 2.Find a media piecearticle, video, presentation, song, or otherthat...

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What is the effect of a trade surplus? What is the effect of a trade deficit? How do trade deficits and surpluses affect the industry in which you work?

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ACC 290 Week 2 DQ 1 What is the purpose of engagement planning? What critical information should the auditor consider during engagement planning? How will this information affect the scope of the audit?

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ECO 365 Week 1 DQ 1 What is economics? What role does economics play in your personal and organizations decisions? Give an example of the role of economics in decision making.

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ECO 365 Week 2 DQ 1 What is average productivity? What is marginal productivity? Explain the relationship between marginal and average productivity. What would happen to marginal and average productivity if a technological innovation is introduced to the production process?

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A+ Solutions NRS-427V Module 3 DQ 1 Concepts in Community and Public Health - Tools for Community Health Nursing Practice What is the difference between a group "at risk" for poor health and a group considered a "vulnerable" population? Provide an example of a group at risk and a group considered a vulnerable population. 1.Explain why members of these groups cannot advocate for themselves or why advocating for these groups would be beneficial. 2.What would you advocate for?

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A+ Solutions NRS-427V Module 4 DQ 1 Concepts in Community and Public Health - Environmental Issues and Subspecialties What is your evaluation of the effectiveness of the U.S. health care system in the context of delivery, finance, management, and/or sustainability? What are the issues that prompted a need for health care reform? Support your answer with a credible data reference. Do not use a reference already used by another student.

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BUS 475 WEEK 2 DQ What is a SWOT analysis? What is its purpose in strategic planning? Must you conduct a SWOT analysis to have an effective strategic plan? Why or why not?

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ACC 290 - Week 5 DQ1 What is the control environment? How does the control environment affect a company's internal controls? What are the negative and positive elements of a control environment? What are two examples of strong and weak internal controls in organizations where you have worked or have first-hand knowledge?

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ACC/491 (Contemporary Auditing 1) Week 2 DQ 1 What is the purpose of engagement planning? What critical information should the auditor consider during engagement planning? How will this information affect the scope of the audit?

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In Preventing a Brave New World, Leon Kass concludes that reproductive and therapeutic cloning of human embryos is unethical. What are the exact steps in Kass's argument for this conclusion What is your assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of this argument? Please ensure that your essay addresses each component of the question assigned question and that your answer is well- organized, uses excellent, college-level prose, and makes judicious use of textual evidence. In the article "Preventing a Brave New World" Leon Kass thinks that the reproductive and therapeutic...

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Week 5 DQ 1 What is correlation? What are the different types of correlation? Why is it important to determine correlation?. Correlation refers to one of the most helpful and common statistics which is represented by a single number describing the degree of relationship between two variables.The correlation can mean both positive and negative aspects of a relationship.For instance, the positive aspects of the correlation are possible with the increase in the value allowing the increase of other variables as well and vice-versa. The negative aspects of correlation are possible with the...

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In the field of psychology, what is meant by the term catharsis? Please provide an example to illustrate your response. According to Joseph Bruer, what effect did catharsis have on the mental functioning of someone with a troubled mind? Why? The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy defines catharsis as "An experience of emotional release and purification, often inspired by or through art. In psychoanalysis, catharsis is the release of tension and anxiety that results from bringing repressed feelings and memories into consciousness" (catharsis, 2002). This term came from...

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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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A+ Solution NRS-437V Module 5 DQ 2 Ethical Decision Making in Health Care - Ethical Dilemmas in Global Health Care Read the case study below and answer questions 1-6. Ethics Case Study: To Rescue Others at What Risk? ACME Medical Center has been damaged seriously by a recent hurricane. A helicopter that is trying to rescue people stranded by the hurricane has crashed, hitting the wing of the building where the pediatric unit was located. In the midst of the explosion, fire, and confusion, five people make their way to the roof and wait for rescue. They are Mary, a...

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What is your target market What is the size of your potential target market Describe the 4Ps of marketing in your organization

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Assignment 1 LASA 2 Analyzing a Social Policy In this course, you have learned that social policies are formulated to solve social problems considered important by a mass of voters, media, and political actors. Social policy is but one solution to the problem-not necessarily the most rational, effective, or socially just. Social policies are human creations and, as such, can be changed. In this paper you will analyze a social policy as a tool for social justice. Research one social welfare policy using your textbook, the Argosy University online library resources, and the...

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Develop a 1,050- to 1,750-word paper addressing what you have learned about criteria for criminal justice research, specifically with regards research method is appropriate in your proposal. Address the following questions: What is the goal or purpose behind your proposed research? What type of interview structure would you use? Why? What would be some questions you would ask? Why? What are some distinct advantages of a qualitative data-gathering strategy, such as participant observation, over more quantitative approaches? When conducting survey research, how important is informed...

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ABS 200 Week 1 DQ 1 What is Applied Behavioral Science Download What is Applied Behavioral Science?Review the video, Science Can Answer Moral Questions, readings in Chapter 1, and the power point slides. In a 250-300 word post: Describe your understanding of the field of Applied Behavioral Science including an overview of the generalist perspective of practice. Discuss the types of career directions that an individual may follow and which are of most interest to you personally and why, including any applicable personal example. How does this fit with your understanding of...

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A+ Solutions MGT-420 Module 5 DQ 3 Organization Behavior and Management - Interpersonal Dynamics and Processes What is negotiation? What are the common negotiation pitfalls? What are the strategies to overcome them?

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A+ Grade Solution PHI 105 Week 1 What Is Critical Thinking? Essay Question Topic: What Is the Value of Critical Thinking? Find three sources that discuss critical thinking. One source should be from the assigned and/or optional readings, and the other two should be found through your own research. Read the three sources, and consider how they define critical thinking. In 300-500 words, explain your own personal definition of critical thinking. Keep the following guidelines in mind: 1.Select a direct quote from one of your resources to include in your...

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PSY 210 Research Design Questions Assignment 3:Research Design Questions Suppose you were going to create your own study to examine what course-delivery format (online, blended, or face-to-face) leads to the best performance in a psychological statistics class. In a paper identify the following for your study: What is your research question? What is your hypothesis (both null and alternate)? Is this a qualitative or quantitative design (based on type of variable collected) and why? Is this a descriptive, correlational or experimental design and why? What would be an example of a...

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PSY 210 Research Design Questions Assignment 3:Research Design Questions Suppose you were going to create your own study to examine what course-delivery format (online, blended, or face-to-face) leads to the best performance in a psychological statistics class. In a paper identify the following for your study: What is your research question? What is your hypothesis (both null and alternate)? Is this a qualitative or quantitative design (based on type of variable collected) and why? Is this a descriptive, correlational or experimental design and why? What would be an example of a...

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ACC 290 WEEK 3 DQ1and 2 What is the revenue recognition principle What is the expense recognition principle? In your opinion, why are these important to financial reporting? DQ2 What are adjusting entries? Why are these necessary? DQ1 The revenue recognition principle is made so the revenue a company earns is recorded in the same accounting period in which a product or service is sold. The revenue recognition principle is also the process where a company keeps records of any financial event in the same accounting period it is earned. The expense recognition principle is the fact...

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M4 Assignment 1: Discussion Question Valuation of a firm's financial assets is said to be based on what is expected in the future, in terms of the future performance of the firm, the industry, and the economy. What types of value would you consider when assigning value to a firms stock or bond What is the significance of each of the different types of value in the valuation process? Use examples to support your response. The valuation of a financial asset is based on determining the present value of future cash flows (Block 286). The market-determined required rate of return, which is...

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M4 Assignment 1: Discussion Question Valuation of a firm's financial assets is said to be based on what is expected in the future, in terms of the future performance of the firm, the industry, and the economy. What types of value would you consider when assigning "value" to a firm's stock or bond? What is the significance of each of the different types of value in the valuation process? Use examples to support your response. The valuation of a financial asset is based on determining the present value of future cash flows (Block 286). The market-determined required rate of return, which...

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Power of Love and Relationships Describe the factors of attraction. What attracts us to one another Why are we less likely to befriend someone from another culture than someone from a similar background with a similar physical aesthetic? Be sure to identify and describe all six factors in attraction. the human need to build bonds and relationships. Do we have an innate need to belong? If so, why? How is this need attached to our emotions, our social bonds, and our fear of deprivation? the three types of love: companionate, passionate, and compassionate. What are the...

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ACC 290 WEEK 3 DQ1and 2 What is the revenue recognition principle What is the expense recognition principle? In your opinion, why are these important to financial reporting? DQ2 What are adjusting entries? Why are these necessary? DQ1 The revenue recognition principle is made so the revenue a company earns is recorded in the same accounting period in which a product or service is sold. The revenue recognition principle is also the process where a company keeps records of any financial event in the same accounting period it is earned. The expense recognition principle is the fact that the...

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Which patient scored the highest on the preoperative CVLT Acquisition What was his or her T score? Patient 3 with a T score of 63 1. Which patient scored the lowest on postoperative CVLT Retrieval? What was this patient\'s T score? Patient 4 with a T score of 23 2. Did the patient in Question 2 have more of a memory performance decline than average on the CVLT Retrieval? Provide a rationale for your answer. According to the case study the average drop in CVLT Retrieval was 9.6. Patient 4 had a drop of 44-23 21. This is more than twice the average. Hence patient 4 most definitely...

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FASB Codification System Orientation Paper Resources:FASB Codification System website accessible through the FASB Online link located on the student website Accessthe FASB Online website and familiarize yourself with the contents. Writea 350-word paper in which you answer the following questions: What is the FASB Codification System? What is the purpose of the FASB Codification System? What are the nine content areas located in the FASB Codification System? What types of items are located under each content area? FASB Codification Paper Acc/497 S FASB Codification Paper What is the...

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What is Human Services BSHS 302 Week 1 Axia College University of Phoenix 1700 Words This paper will give insight on Human Services and what the goals of the Human Service field are, the history of Human Services, interventions available, and ethical considerations of a Human Services Worker in todays society. (Introduction needs to be a little more elaborate.) Goal of Human Service field The National Organization for Human Services (NOHS) defines the human services profession in this way: The Human Services...

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ACC 280 Week 2 DQ 3 Please post your response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply. When is the trial balance prepared? What is the purpose of preparing a trial balance? What does the trial balance tell you? What does the trial balance not tell you? Why not use the Trial Balance to report financial information internally and externally? What limitations does it have over formal financial statements?

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Volkswagen Organizational Structure For the Assignment, you will apply what you have learned concerning organizational structure and conduct research on Volkswagen (VW). You will respond to the three (3) questions listed below the Assignment instructions in an APA formatted 23 page paper . Case: If one were to chart the growth spurts of Volkswagen over the past three decades, the chart would look like a roller coaster. Plans were for former BMW boss Bernd Pischetsrieder to fix ailing VW when he came aboard in 2002. However, best-laid plans often go astray. VWs share price is down almost...

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1. Review and reflect on what you learned in the past 8 weeks. What is the most practicaland easily applied lesson you learned What was the hardest to grasp? Why? ANSWER: I have learned a great deal of information over the course of the last 8 weeks in this class,things that I might never have considered reading about certainly. I have done various researchprojects over the course of my time as a student but this class helped tremendously in that itshowed me various more organized and successful ways of conducting research. The mostpractical lesson I learned in this course were all the...

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In the Brechts work Galileo, in the Scene 7 What is The theme of Science versus Faith is dramatised here. What are the arguments and the situation Scene 13: why Brecht rewrote the play in the 1940s? and write on Galileos long speech on Scene 13 and what it says about Science and ethics. ANSWER: BRECHTS WORK GALILEO In Scene, seven themes of Science versus Faith is dramatised here is Little Monk. And the main argument and situation is described as the Little Monk from Scene V visits Galileo and educates him that he has surrendered his profession as a physicist in light of Galileos late...

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How is niche marketing different than differentiated marketing What is the difference between an internal influence and an external influence as described by the Consumer Value Framework (CVF)? 3. What is meant by the term personality? What does it mean that personality is unique to the individual? 4. What is meant by the terms symbolic interactionism and semiotics? How do these concepts apply in the daily life of a consumer? 5. What are the various power bases of reference groups? Give examples of how these power bases may influence consumers in their consumption decisions. 6. What do...

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Do some research on Amazons Cloud Drive. What is the amount of free storage space What is the annual cost for additional storage? What about Apples iCLoud? Is it still free? Does Microsoft charge anything for use of its SkyDrive cloud service? Putting all your personal information in the cloud means letting go of some control over information like your tax files, personal photos that might not want anyone else to see, term papers youre currently writing, and so on. What is your level of concern for the security of these personal digital assets in the cloud? Explain why your level of...

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How does antimicrobial resistance happen What is the process What can you personally do to slow the rate of antimicrobial resistance? ANSWER: Antimicrobial Resistance Process and How to Slow It Antimicrobial resistance is the process by which microbes become less treatable with medication. There are various ways through which such resistance occur: natural resistance, gene mutation, or by acquiring resistance from other bacteria. As much as some people are at greater risk than others, nobody is can fully avoid the risk of microbial resistant infections. Normally, infections with...

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Assignment 1 The New Frontier Data Analytics in Dell In this highly competitive business environment, businesses are constantly seeking ways to gain traction and understand what is on the minds of current customers and potential customers in order to increase business efficiency. Many companies have turned to business intelligence (BI) and data analytics. Use the Internet or Strayer Library to research articles on data analytics. Select one (1) industry or one (1) company that is currently using data analytics. Use the industry / company you have selected as the basis for your written...

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What is the revenue recognition principle What is the revenue recognition principle? What is the expense recognition principle? In your opinion, why are these important to financial reporting. 2. What are the four different adjusting entries? What accounting assumptions necessitate the use of adjusting entries? What accounts are subject to adjusting journal entries? What are your thoughts on making adjusting entries; are they really needed or is this just extra work by accountants? What are the advantages and disadvantages of using automated accounting systems to do adjusting entries? 3....

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Week 7 DB2 Post 1 What is happening to the value of the U.S. dollar these days? ECON 312N - Principles of Economics Chamberlain College of Nursing What is happening to the value of the U.S. dollar these days? What causes the value of the U.S. dollar to rise or fall? Who demands U.S. dollar? Who supplies U.S. dollar? When we purchase German products, does our demand for euro go up or down? What are freely floating exchange rates all about, and how do they work? How can the falling U.S. dollar impact your travel expenses? Why would a cheap dollar relative to other nations' currencies be...

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What is entrepreneurship? What are some of the basic characteristics of entrepreneurs? Entrepreneurship is the ability to create an idea and strategically implement the idea for economic purposes. Some of the characteristics that describe an entrepreneur are independent, innovative, risk taker, persuasive, and disciplined. To become an entrepreneur an individual must have the ability to make decisions that involve great risk. The decision of selling a product at a specific cost is determined by the entrepreneur. The decision of how to market a product is determined by the entrepreneur....

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What are dual relationships? Dual and multiple relationships are applied in the same sense in many professional codes of ethics, and the ACA (2005) uses these words to refer to nonprofessional interactions. Multiple relationships happen when counselors undertake more than one function simultaneously or consecutively with a client. This could be professionally or non-professionally (Herlihy and Corey, 2006). Compare the positions of the ACA and the NAADAC on issues of dual relationships. The ethical codes fluctuate in what is said about how much time must pass before a different union can...

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**3-17:** Kenneth Brown is the principal owner of Brown Oil, Inc. After quitting his university teaching job, Ken has been able to increase his annual salary by a factor of over 100. At the present time, Ken is forced to consider purchasing some more equipment for Brown Oil because of competition. His alternatives are shown in the following table: |EQUIPMENT | FAVORITE MARKET | UNFAVORABLE MARKET| |-|-|-| |Sub 100| 300,000 | -200,000| |Oiler J| 250,000 | -100,000| |Texan| 75,000 |-18,000| For example, if Ken purchases a Sub 100 and if there is a favorable market, he will realize a...

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1)      Mercier Corporations stock is selling for $95.  It has just paid a dividend of $5 a share.  The expected growth dividend is 8%. a)      What is the expected rate of return on this stock? b)      Using your answer to (a), suppose Mercier announces developments that should lead to dividend increases of 10% annually.  What will be the new value of Mercier stock? c)      Again using your answer to (a), suppose developments occur that leave investors expecting that dividends will not change from their current levels in the foreseeable future.  Now will be the...

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Question 1 A person's ________ is her or his erotic, romantic, and affectional attraction to the same gender, to the opposite gender, or both. sexual identity sexual preference sexual orientation sexual habit sexuality continuum Question 2 In the past, the term ________ described ________, with the latter term now considered to be accurate. sexual preference, sexual orientation sexual preference, homophobia sexual orientation, heterosexuality sexual orientation, homosexuality homosexuality, sexual orientation Question 3 A ________ person is one whose primary erotic, romantic, and...

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1.  A coin is tossed 80 times. Find the chance that you get between 25 and 32 heads, inclusive.

2.  If one tosses a pair of dice, what is the most likely sum?

3.  A probability histogram represents chance by area.

4.  If there is bias in the data, taking a large enough sample will eliminate it.

5.  A simple random sample of 100 students from a large university is taken. True or False: The product of the 100 grade point averages will follow a normal curve.

6.  A person randomly picks 5 counties out of a state. He then randomly picks 2 town from each county picked. He then randomly...

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An air puck of mass 0.1 kg is tied to a string and allowed to revolve in a circle of radius 1 m on a horizontal, frictionless table. The other end of the string passes through a hole in the center of the table and a mass of 0.5 kg is tied to it. The suspended mass remains in equilibrium while the puck revolves.

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This is a multipart question An air puck of mass 0.1 kg is tied to a string and allowed to revolve in a circle of radius 1 m on a horizontal, frictionless table.  The other end of the string passes through a hole in the center of the table and a mass of 0.5 kg is tied to it.  The suspended mass remains in equilibrium while the puck revolves. a.  What is the tension in the string? b.  What is the horizontal force acting on the puck? c.  What is the speed of the puck?

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Suppose that 5 percent of men and .25 percent of women are color blind. A color-blind person is chosen at random. What is the probability of this person being male? Assume that there are an equal number of males and females. What if the population consisted of twice as many males as females?

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Twelve percent of all U.S. households are in California. A total of 1.3 percent of all U.S. households earn more than \$250,000 per year, while a total of 3.3 percent of all California households earn more than \$250,000 per year. (a) What proportion of all non-California households earn more than $250,000 per year? (b) Given that a randomly chosen U.S. household earns more than $250,000 per year, what is the probability it is a California household?

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Barbara and Dianne go target shooting. Suppose that each of Barbara’s shots hits a wooden duck target with probability p1, while each shot of Dianne’s hits it with probability p2. Suppose that they shoot simultaneously at the same target. If the wooden duck is knocked over (indicating that it was hit), what is the probability that (a) both shots hit the duck? (b) Barbara’s shot hit the duck? What independence assumptions have you made?

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find a basis for the subspace spanned by the given vectors. What is the dimension of the subspace $$ \begin{bmatrix}1 \\\\-1 \\\\-2 \\\\ 5\end{bmatrix} , \begin{bmatrix}2 \\\\-3 \\\\-1 \\\\6 \end{bmatrix} , \begin{bmatrix}0 \\\\2 \\\\-6 \\\\8 \end{bmatrix} , \begin{bmatrix}-1 \\\\4 \\\\-7 \\\\7 \end{bmatrix} , \begin{bmatrix}3 \\\\-8 \\\\9 \\\\-5 \end{bmatrix} $$

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If you buy a lottery ticket in 50 lotteries, in each of which your chance of winning a prize is 1/100, what is the (approximate) probability that you will win a prize (a) at least once? (b) exactly once? (c) at least twice?

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8) In their advertisements, a new diet program would like to claim that their program results in a mean weight loss ($\mu$) of more than $10$ pounds in two weeks. State the null and alternative hypothesis. 9) Suppose we would like to estimate the mean amount of money ($\mu$) spent on books by CS students in a semester. We have the following data from $10$ randomly selected CS students: $X = \$249$ and $S = \$30$. Assume that the amount spent on books by CS students is normally distributed. To compute a 95% confidence for µ, what will we use as the value of our critical point? 10) ...

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Psych 570 What is Organizational Psychology Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper in which you examine the field of organizational psychology. Address the following items in your paper: - Define organizational psychology. - Explain the evolution of the field of organizational psychology. - Compare and contrast organizational psychology with at least two related disciplines. - Analyze the role of research and statistics in the field of organizational psychology. Include at least two peer-reviewed references. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

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Write a 300- to 500-word response with a detailed, supported explanation to the following question, repeated from Week One, without repeating your week 1 response: What is critical thinking? Note. Do not repost your response from Week One. How is your response different from the one you wrote in Week One? Format your response consistent with the Associate Level Writing Style Handbook.

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A+ TUTORIAL FOR CRT 205 What is critical thinking! Use this paper as a reference to help you write a great paper! CRT 205 What is critical thinking

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Discussion Prompt In this discussion board, you are focusing on a new innovative form of community corrections, restorative justice. For this discussion post, you must address the following: 1. What is restorative justice? (just write 1-3 sentences here telling me the basic idea behind restorative justice) - Here is where you would incorporate and cite information from your book. 2. Do you think restorative justice is an effective way of responding to crime? That is, do you think restorative justice can reduce the likelihood that an offender will offend again? Why or why not? - this...

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**A++ Work, solved by a real tutor in Accounting INCLUDES EXCEL SPREADSHEET WITH FORMULAS Question 1 Buxton Community is expecting its new dialysis unit to generate the following cash flows: GivensYears012345 Initial Investment($10,000,000) Net operating cash flows$1,500,000$2,000,000$4,000,000$7,000,000$14,000,000 a. Determine the payback for the new dialysis unit b. Determine the NPV using a cost of capital of 20% c. Determine the IRR using a cost of capital of 20% d. At a 20% cost of capital, should Buxton accept or reject the project? Enter ACCEPT or REJECT as your...

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**A++ Work, solved by a real tutor in Financial Management Question 1 Enacted by the Federal government in 2000, a prospective payment system for hospital outpatient services similar to DRGs, which reimburses a fixed amount for a bundled set of services is known as_____________ Question 2 The need to abide by government regulations, whether they be for the provision of care, billing, privacy, accounting standards, security, or the like is known as risk management. True False Question 3 Efforts that have been enacted by providers to control costs include: •Shifting to...

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What is a group? A group is a cadre of individuals who meet on a regular basis for the purpose of achieving a common set of goals. The aggregation of interests and skillsets will foster a feeling of camaraderie and when done correctly, should facilitate optimum and quality decision making. Some of the benefits of a group are the diverse quality of inputs from the membership; teams can be formed to solve issues their particular skills are suited for, a consensus can be reached when arriving at decisions when groups are utilized, and group decisions foster a strong sense of team spirit among...

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Mgt 330 Week 4 Dq 1 What is the difference between a leader and a manager? Please provide examples Managers (also subordinate to someone else) holds an authority position that a business vests upon them; they have subordinates to work for them. The essence of a manager is stability, the focus of a manager is managing the work, usually short-term, seeks to accomplish objectives. and plans detail. Managers make decisions, have formal authority, thinks with their head, controlling situations, reactive in dynamics, transactional styles, works for money, looks for actions and...

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PSY 270 Mind over Matter Mind over Matter PSY/270 Mind over Matter What is the difference between mental illness and insanity? (Hint: What is the important second prong of the McNaughten rule?) * The difference between mental illness and insanity is that with insanity the person does not know right from wrong. They do not realize their consequences or even realize if the consequence is wrong. People who have a mental illness still have a grip on reality. They understand right from wrong, they just may view it differently. A person with a mental illness usually knows they have...

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Question: As part of the Marketing Mix, Place, or Channels of Distribution, is important to understand. What is the difference between Direct channels of distribution and Indirect channels of distribution? It has been said that "channels of distribution may be the best opportunity for a sustained competitive advantage." Based on Kotler text, would you agree or disagree? Why? Answer: The direct channel of distribution goes from producer straight to clients or users. The indirect channels of distribution involve intermediary. The channels for the consumer good and industrial...

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Bis 219 Questions 1)What is the most important reason for Google pursuing four business strategies simultaneously? A. The company's platform enables it to develop applications quickly and deliver applications and results to users almost instantaneously. B. The company has a global platform. C. The company has a huge amount of cash reserves. D. The company saw that Microsoft was vulnerable as a result of its proprietary software model. 2)Which of the following statements is not correct? A. IT requires small investments over a long period of time. B. To...

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Bshs 302 Week One What Is Human Services I The need to help someone who cannot meet his or her own basic needs of food, shelter and, health, has been a need that some have fulfilled for centuries dating back to Elizabethan time in England during the 16th century, and which carried over to the original 13 colonies in America. With the creation in 1953 of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) by President Eisenhower (, where the professional advocates for improving service systems by attending to the convenience, responsibility, and assortment of professionals and agencies that...

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Bshs/302 What is domestic violence? Domestic violence is a pattern of behavior in a relationship that is used to gain or maintain power and control over the other partner. Domestic violence could occur between family members or household members involving physical harm or sexual assault. Domestic violence and abuse can happen to anyone regardless of gender or size. Some of the signs of domestic violence are feeling afraid of your partner, your partner yell or humiliate you, criticize you and put you down, have a bad and unpredictable temper, hurt you or threaten to hurt or kill...

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Cjs 334 What is language and how does the process of language affect everyone on a daily basis. Language has different levels and key features of the language. Language affects his or her cognitive thinking skills. Language will be discussed in many forms. Language is his or her way of communicating with people. Language can be broken down in steps and the process of communication. Lexicon is in the vocabulary and is part of a particular language, field social class and person. Dictonary. Com (2013) Lexicon is individuals own words his or her vocabulary. Lexicon is individual's way of...

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What is the current macroeconomic situation in the U.S. (e.g. is the U.S. economy currently concerned about unemployment, inflation, recession, etc.)? What fiscal policies and monetary policies would be appropriate at this time? 1. Write your individual answers to the questions listed above together in essay format (minumum of 300 words combined in APA style), using correct economic terms covered in the discussions. If you only write 300 words, you probably won't be able to fully answer the questions. Use the APA Format. 2. Key concepts to include in your paper--data trends on...

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What is the current macroeconomic situation in the U.S. (e.g. is the U.S. economy currently concerned about unemployment, inflation, recession, etc.)? What fiscal policies and monetary policies would be appropriate at this time? 1. Write your individual answers to the questions listed above together in essay format (minumum of 300 words combined in APA style), using correct economic terms covered in the discussions. If you only write 300 words, you probably won't be able to fully answer the questions. Use the APA Format. 2. Key concepts to include in your paper--data trends on...

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ECO 550 Chapter 11 Unique Creations holds a monopoly position in the production and sale of magnometers. The cost function facing Unique is estimated to be TC 100,000 20Q A. What is the marginal cost for Unique? B. If the price elasticity of demand for Unique is currently -1.5, what price should Unique charge? C. What is the marginal revenue at the price computed in Part (b)? Answer Unique Creations holds a monopoly position in the production and sale of magnometers. The cost function facing Unique is estimated to be TC 100,000 20Q A. What is...

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What is Human Service "Paper" University of Phoenix Axia Student Human Services is the act of helping people with many needs. The prevention of individuals becoming homeless, drug addicts, alcoholics or victims of abuse is needed. Human service provides the counseling and financial needs and even different surroundings to individuals, families and children facing serious issues. The primary goal of human's services is to serve the people in need. Human services also...

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Much Madness is divinest Sense-Emily Dickinson poem analysis This poem states that what is often declared madness is actually the most profound kind of sanity ("Much Madness is divinest Sense -"), when viewed by someone with "a discerning Eye." What is often called sense or sanity is in fact not just "Madness," but profound madness ("the starkest Madness"). It is only called "Sense" because it is not defined by reason, but by what the majority thinks ("'Tis the Majority / In this, as All, prevail -"). Since the majority rules, the act of agreeing, no matter to what, means that you...

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Critical Thinking What is a successful lesson framework composed of? How would this framework vary between two different content areas? Why is it important to consider the background of the students and possible assessments used when designing a lesson? How does this lead to student achievement? Reflect on the strategies you have learned thus far for differentiated instruction. Choose three of these strategies. Compare/contrast each strategy, noting the differences and similarities in student achievement. Could any of these strategies be combined and, if so, how will this impact...

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Business Law: Henrietta Bighair is a beauty makeover consultant who needs her accounting information system updated. Greg Geekulous is an accounting software enhancer. Bighair and Geekulous want to enter a contract for the exchange of these services. a. What is required for valid contract formation? What elements must their contract contain? 1. Contract is an agreement voluntarily entered by two or more parties so as to create a legal obligation and bind the persons entering in contract. Contract is entered between two or more legal parties who are capable of entering into...

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Question: As part of the Marketing Mix, Place, or Channels of Distribution, is important to understand. What is the difference between Direct channels of distribution and Indirect channels of distribution? It has been said that "channels of distribution may be the best opportunity for a sustained competitive advantage." Based on Kotler text, would you agree or disagree? Why? Answer: The direct channel of distribution goes from producer straight to clients or users. The indirect channels of distribution involve intermediary. The channels for the consumer good and industrial...

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What is the system capacity, and which is the bottleneck department? How much slack (unused capacity) is available in other departments? How much system capacity can be gained by adding capacity to the bottleneck? What are the key factors that determine when to add capacity? Why would an organization want to reduce its capacity? capacity is 175. bottle neck is department Measure and place in plastic pouch. 25 has to be added to get factor is the capacity of the bottleneck reduction might be because of reduced demand or production capacity problems,bottleneck problems Any...

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36. In 2013 Andrew contributed equipment with an adjusted basis of 20,000 and a FMV of 18,000 to Construction Limited Partnership ( CLP) in return for a 3% limited partner-ship interest. Andrew's shares of CLP income and losses for the year were as follows: Interest 500 Dividends 300 Capital gains 900 Ordinary loss (4,325) CLP had no liabilities. What are Andrew's initial basis, allowed losses, and ending at- risk amount? 52. Carson had the following itemized deductions in 2013: State income taxes 1500 Charitable contributions 9,900 Mortgage interest (personal residence)...

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Your company in a typical 30 day month received 100 checks that total 90,000. These are delayed 6 days on average. What is the average daily float? Please show work on this was solved. Answer Total Checks received 90,000 Delayed in receiving 6 days Average daily float 90,000* 6/30 18,000

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The Question of an Answer: What it is to be Human The body is socially constructed; and in this paper we explore the various and ever- changing constructions of the body, and thus of the embodied one word, body, may therefore signify very different realities and perceptions of reality.....(Synnot 1992, 43) It has been said that in order to understand life and society, we as people must first understand ourselves. Who are we as a people? Who are we as individuals? Who are we as humans? These questions all present themselves when discussing a topic such as this. ...

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What is Piety During the Periclean age (around 400 B.C.) in Athens Greece there was a man named Socrates. He was considered a very wise man by the Athenians. However there were men in power who did not care for him or his teachings; Claiming that he corrupted the Athenian youth and did not believe in the Greek gods, Socrates was put on trail. On his way to his trial Socrates met a man named Euthyphro, a professional priest who is respected by the "authorities" (those who want get rid of Socrates). Euthyphro is at the court house to prosecute his father for murder. Socrates finds...

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Greek Architecture Greek architecture has been noted as some of the world's finest buildings known to man kind. Such as the Parthenon, and the temples they built to their Gods, have been studied over for many years. The way these structures were built is fascinating. The Three Greek Orders of Architecture Greek architecture is broken down into three orders. These orders were determined by the way that the top or capital of each column was sculpted. The first order was called the Doric Order. This was the most simple of the three. It was only meant for sturdiness, not for...

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1. How is HR structured in your organization? Who is the top HR professional and what is that person's title? Who does that person report to? What does this tell you about the relative importance of HR in your organization? 2. Pick a side, pro or con, and defend your answer. "Affirmative action has outlived its usefulness and should now be abolished." 3. Investigate the sexual harassment policy at the company where you work (if you don't work, choose a company to which you have access). Tell us about the policy. What does it say, where is it posted or otherwise made public to employees?...

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Business Strategy and Competition QuestionsHow difficult is it for merger and acquisition strategies to create value and which firms benefit the most from M&A activity? 2. What are the incentives for firms to use international strategies? What are the three basic benefits firms can derive by moving into international markets? 3. Explain the rationales for a cooperative strategy under each of the three types of basic market situations (i.e., slow, standard, and fast cycles). 4. What is corporate governance and how is it used to monitor and control...

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List the four elements of a valid contract. What is the legal result if only three of the four elements are present? Does actual cash value equal fair market value? Explain the reasons for including exclusions in an insurance policy. Briefly, does the tort liability system apply to automobile accidents? Explain the difference between primary and excess coverage in automobile insurance. 1. A contract is considered valid if all four elements are present. They are Offer: A contract requires a clear and definite offer to do something. Acceptance: The contract will be valid only if...

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Describe the essential services provided within the scope of Public Health in America today. What is meant by Public Health Assessment Services? Look around yourself, in your own community, and your own state. Discuss at least three examples of Public Health Assessment Services that are taking place in your own area. ( The role of community in America towards public health has noticed a major change over a period of time. They had realised their responsibility towards the mental and physical health of the public and thus they had started focusing more towards the prevention of various...

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What is the key to career survival? Use examples from your research. are the sources of potential conflict during organizational entry? How can they be avoided? the downsizing and restructuring in many organizations, how can organizations help employees with career management if there are fewer opportunities for promotion? has each of the four challenges (globalization, diversity, technology, and ethics) affected career management in recent years? Assignment Grading Course: Name Questions and Answers Yours Name Professor's Name [optional] University 1. What is the...

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What is one example of information you looked up on the internet to help you accomplish a task? Was the information you received on the internet helpful and did it assist you in accomplishing your task? For assistance in the future, would you return to this website? Why or why not? Internet is really useful in getting the required information at any time as per the convenience of the user. For example, while developing the questionnaire on studying the reaction of customers about the particular product, I looked up to internet about the steps of designing good questionnaires. The...

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Widgets R US experience communication issues which prevented decisions from being made. It is clear that Widgets R US is a functional organization because it indicated that lots of information gets kicked upstairs and no one seems to know what is happening. If you are running projects in a functional organization like Widgets R US what kind of struggles would you notice in comparison to running projects from an agile environment? 2. Many organizations create very detailed screening processes for the selection of their projects. This screening process allows everyone involved in...

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Based on your reading, observations, experiences and thinking, what is your current view of diversity in the workplace? In your response, relate a personal experience regarding diversity from your work or school environment. Additionally, please share why you decided to take this course and how do you hope to use it in your current work or future career. In the wake of equal employment opportunities that every organization boasts of , diversity and an inclusive workplace which is free of every kind of discrimination is the human resource mantra . The organization where I work is a...

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What is the U.S. Global Leadership? - What is the process for International Affairs in your organization? Provide examples. - How do you provide your organization with the fundamental tools to meet the global challenges of the 21st century? 1. What is US Global Leadership? The US Global Leadership is a broader network of 400 businesses and NGO's, foreign policy experts and community leaders from all the 50 states. They all work together to support a smart approach of moving diplomacy and develop the security to build a better and safer world. Today the world has become interconnected...

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What is the connection between organizations, information systems, and business processes? Information Technology and IT enabled management insights are something that no industry can afford to ignore at this stage of economic development and hence it would not be wrong to state them as hygene factors in today's scenrio. It is in light of this that I have to accept that in the stated business of oils and vinegar's, application of such IT driven business analytics would be important and can grow to immense provide prover intiatives are taken. This is so because oils and vinegar's are...

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Deliberate strategies and Emergent strategies Read the following article: "Porter or Mintzberg: Whose View of Strategy Is the Most Relevant Today?". What is the difference between deliberate strategies and emergent strategies? How might emergent strategies help with a future strategic planning process? In your opinion, what are the potential consequences of ignoring emergent strategies? What is the difference between deliberate strategies and emergent strategies? Deliberate strategies are mostly used when the future is almost predictable and there is clarity in objective with the...

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Wgu Nut1 Task 1 NUT 1 Task 1 Western Governors UniversityOutline Multimedia Presentation What is an EMR Importance of Information Access Personal Health Information (PHI) Security Quality Improvement Roles of Implementation Team Discussion Conclusion References What is an EMR? EMR stands for Electronic Medical Records. It is "a paperless, digital and computerized system of maintaining patient data, designed to increase the efficiency and reduce documentation errors by streamlining the process." (Santiago, n.d., para. 1) Santiago, A. (n.d.). EMR - what is EMR? Retrieved from...

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What is Human Service "Paper" University of Phoenix Axia Student Human Services is the act of helping people with many needs. The prevention of individuals becoming homeless, drug addicts, alcoholics or victims of abuse is needed. Human service provides the counseling and financial needs and even different surroundings to individuals, families and children facing serious issues. The primary goal of human's services is to serve the people in need. Human services also...

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What is an example of a potentially unethical accounting situation? Why is the situation unethical? How do ethics affect a company's financial results? Have you experienced any unethical behavior? Has anyone experience this type of fraud?

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ECO/561 Problem Set #3 University of Phoenix 1. In macroeconomics, there is extensive use of the aggregate supply (AS) and aggregate demand models (AD). Suppose that President Obama decides to implement a new stimulus bill to create new jobs because of the persistent effects of the recession. As a remedy, he implemented tax cuts to for all income groups. What will happen to the price level and the output (real GDP) in the short and long-run AS-AD model? Be sure to show your graph and explain what is going on as well. 2. Given the following scenarios, explain whether or not it...

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Week 2 Planning, Aligning, and Forecasting BUS 303 Week 2 Planning, Aligning, and Forecasting What is Human Resource planning? How does the HR planning process facilitate the achievement of an organization's strategic objectives? If you can, use your organization as an example. According to Ivancevich (2010), "Human Resource planning is a process and set of plans that an organization uses to assess the future supply of and demand for human resources. It determines the numbers and types of employees to be recruited into the organization or phased out of the organization" (125). This...

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BUS 303 Training and Career Development In 200-250 words, what is HR's role in impacting the career development of employees? What should be the role of training? How can training programs be evaluated on their effectiveness? Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings by Day 7. HR's role in impacting career development of employees is to strategically make employee knowledgeable, and link that knowledge to organizational goals and objectives. Training helps organizations leverage knowledge, and therefore enables them to be more competitive; training can also have a positive...

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Eth 125 Associate Program Material Discrimination Worksheet Eth 125 Write a 100- to 200-word response to each of the following questions. Provide citations for all the sources you use. - What is discrimination How is discrimination different from prejudice and stereotyping? - What are the causes of discrimination? - How is discrimination faced by one identity group (race, ethnicity, religious beliefs, gender, sexual orientation, age, or disability) the same as discrimination faced by another? How are they different? What is discrimination? The Google dictionary defines discrimination...

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Corrections accreditation and privatization Write a 350- to 700-word paper in which you discuss corrections accreditation and privatization. Address the following questions: What is corrections accreditation How does corrections accreditation affect the professional development of corrections officers? How can industry leaders plan for better correctional officer professionalization and accreditation? What is privatization as it relates to prisons? How does this affect state and federal prison systems? How well do privatized prisons meet correctional criteria and how do they compare...

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Training and Career Development In 200-250 words, what is HR's role in impacting the career development of employees? What should be the role of training? How can training programs be evaluated on their effectiveness? Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings by Day 7. HR's role in impacting career development of employees is to strategically make employee knowledgeable, and link that knowledge to organizational goals and objectives. Training helps organizations leverage knowledge, and therefore enables them to be more competitive; training can also have a positive effect on an...

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A+ Solution University of Phoenix HUM 105 Week 1 Foundations of Mythology World Mythology Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you answer the following questions: How is the word myth used popularly? For example, what does the statement, "It's a myth" mean? In contrast, how is the word myth used in the academic context? After considering the definition in your textbooks and course materials, write a definition in your own words. What are the most common mythological themes across different cultures? Why do myths from different cultures around the world address such...

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A firm has the following short-run production function: Q 50L 6L2 - 3 Where Q Quantity of output per week L Labor (number of workers) exponential power L2 implies L square Note: More important than the algebra is the clear explanation of the implications behind the numbers for all three problems. 1. Assume that each worker is paid 10 per hour and works a 40-hour week. How many workers should the firm hire if the price of the output is 10? 2. During economic down turn, firms reduce price in order to stay competitive. For this reason, the price of the output falls to . What...

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BUS 644 Wal-Mart What is it Good For - Effects of Small Town Walmart BUS 644: Operations Management Wal-Mart: What is it Good For - Effects of Small Town Walmart Small business is at the heart of the economies of small towns all over the United States. Yet, big box stores like Wal-Mart and Target are growing increasingly popular in these same communities. This is because they are able to provide a wide variety of goods and services and the lowest prices possible. In weaker economies, these convenient and thrifty options can help stretch a family's wallet and minimize the time it...

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What is applied behavioral science Review the video, science can answer moral questions, readings in chapter 1, and the power point slides. In a 250-300 word post: Describe your understanding of the field of applied behavioral science including an overview of the generalist perspective of practice. Discuss the types of career directions that an individual may follow and which are of most interest to you personally and why, including any applicable personal example. How does this fit with your understanding of the term "science"? How are "science" and "behavioral science" the same...

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A+ Solution NRS-410V Module 3 Pathophysiology and Nursing Management of Clients Health – Alterations of Hematology and Cardiovascular Systems Use the following Case Scenario, Subjective Data, and Objective Data to answer the Critical Thinking Questions. Case Scenario Mrs. J. is a 63-year-old woman who has a history of hypertension, chronic heart failure, and sleep apnea. She has been smoking two packs of cigarettes a day for 40 years and has refused to quit. Three days ago, she had an onset of flu with fever, pharyngitis, and malaise. She has not taken her...

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What is Applied Behavioral Science Review the video, Science Can Answer Moral Questions, readings in Chapter 1, and the power point slides. In a 250-300 word post: Describe your understanding of the field of Applied Behavioral Science including an overview of the generalist perspective of practice. Discuss the types of career directions that an individual may follow and which are of most interest to you personally and why, including any applicable personal example. How does this fit with your understanding of the term "science"? How are "science" and "behavioral science" the same...

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A+ Solution NRS-440V Week 1 Topic 1 DQ 1 Trends and Issues in Health Care - The Future of Nursing in an Evolving Health Care System What is the impact to the nursing profession and to the public related to the projected nursing shortage? Discuss at least one way that the nursing profession is working toward a resolution of this problem.

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A+ Solution NRS-440V Week 1 Topic 1 DQ 2 Trends and Issues in Health Care - The Future of Nursing in an Evolving Health Care System What is the role of health care reform in shifting the focus from a disease-oriented health care system toward one of wellness and prevention, and how does nursing fit into this shift?

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A+ Solution NRS-440V Week 3 Topic 3 DQ 2 Trends and Issues in Health Care - Continued Professional Development What is the difference between a DNP and a PhD in Nursing? Which of these would you choose to pursue if you decide to continue your education to the doctoral level?

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A+ Solution NRS-437V Module 4 DQ 2 Ethical Decision Making in Health Care - Ethical Dilemmas in Health Care of Individuals What is the difference between beneficence and nonmaleficence? Give examples of each from your clinical practice.

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A+ Solutions HLT-362V Week 4 Topic 4: DQ 2 Applied Statistics for Health Care Professionals - Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) What is an interaction? Describe an example and identify the variables within your population (work, social, academic, etc.) for which you might expect interactions?

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ACC 490 Week 4 DQ 2 What is the importance of defining the population when performing audit procedures? How would defining the population affect the sample size? How would incorrectly defining the population affect the sampling unit?

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ECO 365 Week 4 DQ 1 What is an externality? Provide examples. How does an externality affect the market outcome? Is it possible for a government's solution to a market failure to actually worsen the failure? Explain your answer.

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BUS 475 WEEK 1 DQ Select a small business that you may want to start. What is strategic management and planning? Why would a strategic plan be important to the success of this business? How are the four functions of management relative to creating and implementing a strategic plan?

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2. What is an example of a visual deficit associated with brain damage, disorder, or diseaseaffecting the visual pathway? Provide a description of where the damage may occur andwhat functional visual deficits may arise. An individual facing a brain injury often have visual indicators that may occur which directly point to the neurological system within the brain that has been affected. A particular visual deficit is called Hemianopsia; either occurring from a brain injury or a stroke, an individual can fail to have full vision from right to left. Normally, Hemianopsia causes one-half...

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What is this nature-nurture issue? Why is it important to the study of human life span development? Some think thatnatureis believed to be what determines our personalities, looks, and other things because it's all genetically passed down.Others think thatnurture, or ourenvironment,is the cause to our behavior as well as characteristics. This issue is important to the study of life span development because when we study a human being, we should know what or where the characteristics came from. In my personal opinion, I think that nurtureis more influential to our behavior and...

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Why must the scores for each variable be changed into deviation scores in the first step of determining the correlation coefficient? Explain your answer. What is the logic behind using the sum of the products of deviation scores as the numerator of the formula for the correlation coefficient? Is this logic sound? Explain why or why not. If we look at the correlation equation we will see that each score of each variable is changed into deviation scores. This is done by subtracting the mean of the respective variable from the original score. The reason behind this is because the idea is...

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MKT 421 WEEK 2 DQ 1 What is marketing research? How has the Internet affected marketing research? As a part of your answer, address time, cost, approaches, and validity. Why is marketing research important to developing marketing strategy?

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MKT 421 WEEK 2 DQ 2 What is competitive intelligence? What is the importance of competitive intelligence and analysis in modern-day marketing? How can a company's marketing organization ensure that it is able to identify newly emerging competitors in time to plan and execute an effective marketing strategy in response to these competitors?

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ECO 372 Discussion Question 2 What is the difference between contractionary and expansionary fiscal policies Which is more appropriate today? Explain your answer. How might contractionary and expansionary fiscal policies affect your organization? The difference between contractionary and expansionary fiscal policies is the increase or decrease in government income or spending. Contractionary fiscal policy reduces government spending or increases taxes on the people. Expansionary fiscal policy increases government spending or reduces taxes on the people. Appropriateness of the fiscal...

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A+ Solution NRS 429V Week 3 Topic 3 DQ 1 Family Centered Health Promotion - Culture and Cultural Competency in Health Promotion What is the importance of cultural competency in nursing practice? Support your response.

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Week 3 DQ 1 What is the five-step process for hypothesis testing? Is the order important? Explain why or why not. Why do alphas differ among different fields of scientific investigation? How do ethics affect your chosen level of significance? Hypothesis testing involves five steps following a particular pattern. The first step refers to identification of the hypothesis of the research or the particular comparison made in the population (Aron & Aron, 2009). The first step is crucial as it decides the purpose of the research and creates the group of the subjects to be studied. This...

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Week 4 DQ 2 What is an example of a situation in which you would use at-test for dependent means? A t-test is preferred for knowing the differences between populations when the data collected are dependent or linked. For instance, a t-test can be used for knowing whether using tutorials in a physics class is helpful in improving knowledge. In assessing this, the knowledge of students before tutorials and after completion of tutorials needed to be analyzed. The data gathered for this particular study about the students needed to be linked. The t-test for dependent refers to using sample...

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DQ 1: What is the absolute threshold and how does it relate to vision? Provide an example of how this influences your perception of an object. The smallest level needed to detect stimulus ids the absolute threshold. It is used for sensing the least quantity of , at the lowest level, subjects are capable of detecting the stimulus, but not at other levels. On the basis of absolute thresholds, the normal limits of five major areas of human sensitivity can be evaluated. Some areas are more sensitive than others. Absolute thresholds are different for various example, Hecht, Shlaer and Pirenne...

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PSY 375 Week One DQ1 Due Thursday: What is life span development? Why is it important to study life span development? The development of life span is psychologically analysed as the process of evolution and growth of an individual throughout the life from birth to the demise, including all other periods of life coming in-between. The process focuses on the specific characteristics developed by the individual with the progress of life. This development might comprise several attributes or on one specific attribute depending on the person or the circumstances. The concept of...

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Post-decisional regret is another term for: () Tensions between two alternatives Cognitive dissonance Decisional dissonance Self-perception processes What is an example of a 'wrong' alternative way to reduce cognitive dissonance? () Trivializing the attitude-discrepant behavior Minimizing personal responsibility Reaffirming one's positive sense of self worth and integrity Alcohol or drug use What types of attitudes are more likely to be accessed directly? () Specific attitudes General attitudes Well established or important...

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What is Bipolar 4/4/13 What is Bipolar According to National Institute of Mental Health. (2011)Bipolar disorder, also characterized by the classic manic-depressive episodes, is viewed as a brain disorder, which causes odd swings in mood, energy levels, activity, and the ability to perform daily tasks. Signs of bipolar disorder are severe, and differ from the usual ups, and downs that each individual experiences at different times in life. Bipolar disorder reports indicate that bipolar cause's damage to relationships, interferes with performance at work or school, and even brings...

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FEDERALISM POL110 Student: Instructor: Date: Abstract What is Federalism? Federalism is an ideal structure of government for a nation whose citizens are divided by specific values or interests such as culture, distance or resources. In fact, federalism is a governmental system with different levels that are supreme or largely sovereign in different areas. In this essay, the main idea of federalism is described. In addition, advantages and disadvantages of federalism are identified throughout the essay. Moreover, the problems of government of a nation divided by culture, distance...

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What is Truth Truth is a broad and abstract concept that is conceived subjectively by individuals, and since it's such a deep subject, it's applied on every field of our life and it has different interpretations and theories. The interpretations of truth that will be discussed in this paper refer to the correspondence theory, pragmatic theory, and coherence theory. My understanding of "truth" as a concept that has been developed in my mind since I was young is that it is a core element in making sense of life, for each individual differently. What one believe to be true, another may...

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1. Community policing of today is much improved and always adapting to stay ahead of the corrupt elements of society, i.e. groups of street people would gather around the city hall, this intimidated many law abiding citizens, so in order not to disregard their rights there was a decision made by someone to play undesirable music at an elevated level, this tactic did work very effectively, and no more has been heard of the problem for some time now. I assume they will be back with their blankets and pillows, but unless they like the music I would bet that they will move on to a more...

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Cjs 334 What is language and how does the process of language affect everyone on a daily basis. Language has different levels and key features of the language. Language affects his or her cognitive thinking skills. Language will be discussed in many forms. Language is his or her way of communicating with people. Language can be broken down in steps and the process of communication. Lexicon is in the vocabulary and is part of a particular language, field social class and person. Dictonary. Com (2013) Lexicon is individuals own words his or her vocabulary. Lexicon is individual's way of...

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Discussion 1: Assess a minimum of two definitions of public relations from the course materials and your own research. Compare and contrast the major differences and interrelationships between public relations and journalism. Has public relations influenced your buyer behavior? Synthesize the course materials and other research to support your response. Respond substantively to at least two of your classmates' postings. Public Relations according to our text is "the strategic management of competition and conflict for the benefit of one's own organization and when possible also for the...

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What is environmental psychology? Psychology 460 What is environmental psychology? The environment is everything that is surrounded by all of society. Our environment affects how people live on earth and is very important to all of society. The air in which we breathe, the water that we drink covers most of the earth's surface, as well as the plants including trees and food that we eat. Animals are a part of our environment and all living things that are on this planet has a purpose and can affect every living thing. (Clayton & Myers, 2009) When looking at the environment as a...

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Federalism Student Name Professor Name Course Name Date Examples of how federalism has evolved In its narrower sense, federalism refers to the division of authority and role between the national government and the diverse state governments. Federalism has developed above the path of American history. At diverse time periods, the equilibrium and boundaries amid the national and state government have transformed considerably. Dual federalism (1789-1945) explains the character of federalism for the initial 150 years of the republican American, just about in 1789 in the course of...

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What is the purpose of financial statement analysis 1. The purpose of a financial statement is to enable a business to establish the result of its operations over a period of time and to determine its worth at a specific date. Financial statements are often prepared by business people to assist them in evaluating their financial condition. 2. Ratio analysis is a tool used by individuals to conduct a quantitative analysis of information in a company's financial statements. Ratios are calculated from current year numbers and are then compared to previous years, other companies, the...

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Do you think that the U.S. Health Care System should move away from employer-based to a universal health care system? Why or why not? (Support your opinion!) I personally don't believe that the U.S. Health Care system should move away from employer-based to a universal health care system. If we had a universal healthcare system in the U.S. then there would be a huge increase in how much a person pays for insurance when theyreceive their checks for weekly or bi-weekly basis. I also believe that the waiting time to get care would also devastating just like it is in Canada. In Canada it...

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Week 4 Discussion Question 1 Explore what is meant by informed consent, from a legal perspective. Informed consent is both an ethical directive as well as a law. According to Pozgar, (2011), informed consent is a:

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What is your target market What is the size of your potential target market Describethe4Psofmarketinginyourorganization?(Product/positioning,pricing,promotion,andplacement) Answer1: It is vital to recognize the addressable and accessible markets. The addressable business is the aggregate income open door for your item or administration. The accessible business is the bit of the addressable business sector for which you can sensibly contend. This is taking into account numerous elements, including topography, assets, limit limitations, and so forth. When you are clear about this refinement...

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BSHS 302 Week 1 Individual Assignment What is Human Services (1100 Words, References, APA Format)

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is an ESOP How might an ESOP work as a harvesting mechanism for the original owners of the company? should a company choose partners instead of investors? What makes someone a value-added partner or value-added investor, as opposed to simply being a partner or investors? Read more: Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP):- ESOP stands for employee stock ownership plan which refers to such plans in which the company offers the shares to their employees as a reward or incentive for their performance or as a remuneration package. In other words we can say that it is a kind of...

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A+ Grade Work PCN 521-0101 Week 3 Assignment 1 - Personal Family Interview Conduct an interview with one or both of your parents about your family history. If this is not possible, consider interviewing your spouse's parents or another older family member such as grandparents, uncles, aunts, etc. Note key family dynamics, relationship triangles, and relationship processes (instances of emotional fusion or reactive distancing, general level of differentiation in the family, etc.). Be sure to ask couples how they met and about their courtship. Present your findings...

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What is Applied Behavioral Science Review the video, Science Can Answer Moral Questions, readings in Chapter 1, and the power point slides. In a 250-300 word post: Describe your understanding of the field of Applied Behavioral Science including an overview of the generalist perspective of practice. Discuss the types of career directions that an individual may follow and which are of most interest to you personally and why, including any applicable personal example. How does this fit with your understanding of the term "science"? How are "science" and "behavioral science" the...

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A+ Solutions ACC-650 Module 6 DQ 1 Managerial Accounting Internal Control and Transfer Pricing What is responsibility accounting? Is it used at your current (or former) place of employment, and if not, would it work? Why or why not?

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A+ Solutions MGT-605 Module 7 DQ 1 Leadership and Organization - Interpersonal Dynamics What is workplace stress? Provide at least one reference you used to describe workplace stress. Do you believe stress impacts how people communicate? Provide and describe at least one reference suggesting specific skills or tools you can use to manage your reactions to workplace stress.

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A+ Solutions MGT-655 Module 8 DQ 2 Operations Management - Inventory Management What is the purpose of inventory? How does inventory management impact operations performance objectives? Provide specific examples.

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Question: What is the foundation on which a commercial society is built? Solution :Foundation of commercial society is focused majorly on the commerce(manufacturing) of the economy rather than agriculture. Any new commercial society being formed has to ensure some philosophical change from repeated historical view coupled with a pessimist view of future. Members of commercial society must be clear regarding principles behind foundation of it and must adhere to rules and guidelines Foundation of commercial society these days can be economic, moral or legal. Society must identify and...

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What is active listening and why is it necessary? (200 words) Answer: Active listening is nothing but the way of listening to things and responding to the other person and this will enhance the communication. Active listening is nothing but is a structured form of listening and in responding to the speaker. (, 2005) An active listener is the one who will be in a position to understand the speaker completely and can repeat the crux of speaker in own words. It is being viewed as the important communication techniques which will enhance understanding and the rapport between the...

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A+ Solutions FIN-350 Module 8 DQ 2 Fundamentals of Business Finance - Capital Budgeting and Capital Investment Decision Making What is operating, financial, and total leverage? Explain the relationship between them.

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A+ Solutions MGT-420 Module 2 DQ 3 Organization Behavior and Management - Environment and Planning What is the role of IT in an increasingly global environment? Provide examples of how IT has changed your organization (or an organization with which you are familiar).

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The Federal Reserve Board of Governors Should the Federal Reserve Board of Governors remain independent What is the strongest argument on either side? Answer: Economic theory and massive amounts of empirical evidence which makes strong case of maintaining Fed's independence. When central banks are subject to political pressure, authorities often pursue excessive expansion monetary policy in order to reduce unemployment in short run. This produces high inflation with high interest rates without reducing low unemployment in the long run. It happened again and again in the past not only in...

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The Bathtub Period (Chapter 15, pp. 708 - 709) Case Study Question Should Jerry go to the General Manager Why or why not Think back to what is expected of a project manager and the project charter. Answer - Given that the project was strategic in nature for the company, the loss of key personnel to other projects is a very big risk that could impact delivery and quality of the project. Also, Jerry and his team had really worked very hard to ensure that they make up the management reserve that will keep them on the project, an action that they for ensuring project success. However,...

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####**PAPER GRADED A+** Mrs. J. is a 63-year-old woman who has a history of hypertension, chronic heart failure, and sleep apnea. She has been smoking two packs of cigarettes a day for 40 years and has refused to quit. Three days ago, she had an onset of flu with fever, pharyngitis, and malaise. She has not taken her antihypertensive medications or her medications to control her heart failure for 4 days. Today, she has been admitted to the hospital ICU with acute decompensated heart failure. **Subjective Data** 1. Is very anxious and asks whether she is going to die. 2. Denies pain but...

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Trace the evolution of your, or another chosen, profession, field of study, or branch of service, during the eras of American History covered in this course. For some, this may mean looking at the technology or opportunity that would evolve from as far back as the 1860s into what is used today. Be sure to follow the themes of the Market, Transportation, and Technological Revolutions and describe how necessity would breed innovation; also, highlight how events, like reform, war, economic, and progress may have directly impacted your profession. Your final product should be a minimum of 500...

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XACC 290 Accrual and Cash Accounting What is the difference between accrual and cash accounting When might an accountant use cash basis accounting without violating generally accepted accounting principles? Accrual and Cash Accounting Accrual and cash-based accounting offer two different styles of tracking the flow of money in a business. Each serves a purpose and to understand this idea one must first realize how one varies from the other. "Accrual-based accounting means that transactions that change a company's financial statements are recorded in the periods in which the events occur"...

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What is meant by a product's contribution margin ratio How is the ratio useful in planning business operations? Answers 01.A company can never fully allocate all of its overhead costs no matter how great of an accountant they have working for them. Assume the company's overhead costs included insurance, rent on facilities and equipment, payroll, accounting, liabilities, etc. Each period, the managers added those costs into the estimated cost of the job they were doing, which included labor and materials and of course, profit. This number would give them a "bid" for each job. Now say one...

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: Dalman and Lei have decided to meet a venture capital group in New York to discuss the possibility of internal expansion of Sandwich Blitz, Inc., and to find out if acceptable financing can be arranged. Dalman has always been the one who could voice the Sandwich Blitz vision. He has usually been the visible "voice" for the company while Lei has usually worked behind the scenes to handle financial matters. They are both worried in this situation. Dalman is afraid that he lacks the financial background to satisfy these financiers. Lei is afraid that she might not have the marketing skills...

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When examining the geology of a region for potential useable aquifers, what characteristics or factors would you consider? Also, taking into account certain natural and human factors, which areas would you avoid? An aquifer is the name given to "underground soil or rock through which ground water can easily move" (What is Ground Water? n.d., paragraph 5). The amount of ground water that can flow through soil or rock depends on the size of the spaces in the soil or rock and how well the spaces are connected. The amount of spaces is the porosity. Permeability is a measure of how well the...

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Exercise: 23 What is the r value for the relationship between Hamstring strength index 60s and the Shuttle run test? Is this r value significant? Provide a rationale for your answer The relationship between Hamstring strength index 60 degree/s and the Shuttle run test is a weak negative relationship due to r ? listed in Table 5 since r -0.3 per Pearson's Correlation Coefficient. The r value is not statistically significant since p . 2. Consider r and r . Which r value is stronger? Provide a rationale for your answer The r values of and both indicate the strongest possible...

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What is your assessment of the current civil law system Is reform necessary, or are critics overemphasizing those cases which appear on the surface to be frivolous? If you had the power to change the tort system, what changes, if any, would you make? Why? Assessment of civil law system: Most European countries like Spanish, French, Portuguese, German and Dutch follows the civil law system. Civil law systems foundation comes from a roman law. A written constitution based on specific codes and professional rules have significant role in court. Strict rules and regulation are adopted in...

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Week 1 - Instructor Guidance Source: SOC 120 Ethics & Social Responsibility Week 1 Guidance Source: Weekly Activities Here is what you will be doing this week: Post your Introduction (Day 1, Tuesday), Remember to respond to the question on the photo in your post! Read Chapter 1 in the text: Introduction to Ethics and Social Responsibility Read Chapter 2 in the text: Ethical Questions in the Public Square Post to Discussion Board 1 on Theory, Evidence, Beliefs and Bias (Day 3, Thursday) Post to Discussion Board 2 on Three Classical Ethical Theories (Day 3, Thursday) Respond to...

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What is precision listening? How might a business consultant use precision listening when creating a communication plan? Precision listening involves more than just engaging on a surface level. It requires evaluating information on a deeper level and processing the information, rather than just taking it at face value. A business consultant can use precision listening to gather crucial information. Evaluating the information helps a consultant to understand the meaning and feelings behind the words. The tool of precision listening enables a consultant to better define and...

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Week 1: The Foundations of Quality - Discussion What Is Total Quality Management (TQM)? (graded) What is Total Quality Management (TQM)? Is it something you can install, like a refrigerator? How do you know TQM when you see it? Responses Response Author Date/Time RE: Total Quality Managment Herman Shelton 8/28/2011 8:22:28 AM Modified:8/28/2011 11:41 AM What is Total Quality Management (TQM)? Total Quality Management is an organizational culture that is committed to quality production through, people (internal and external stakeholders), teamwork (top down employee...

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Week 1: The Foundations of Quality - Discussion What Is Total Quality Management (TQM)? (graded) What is Total Quality Management (TQM)? Is it something you can install, like a refrigerator? How do you know TQM when you see it? Responses Response Author Date/Time RE: Total Quality Managment Herman Shelton 8/28/2011 8:22:28 AM Modified:8/28/2011 11:41 AM What is Total Quality Management (TQM)? Total Quality Management is an organizational culture that is committed to quality production through, people (internal and external stakeholders), teamwork (top down employee...

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Week 1: The Foundations of Quality - Discussion What Is Total Quality Management (TQM)? (graded) What is Total Quality Management (TQM)? Is it something you can install, like a refrigerator? How do you know TQM when you see it? Responses Response Author Date/Time RE: Total Quality Managment Herman Shelton 8/28/2011 8:22:28 AM Modified:8/28/2011 11:41 AM What is Total Quality Management (TQM)? Total Quality Management is an organizational culture that is committed to quality production through, people (internal and external stakeholders), teamwork (top down employee...

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A+ Solution HLT-310V Module 2 DQ 2 Spirituality in Health Care - Theological Anthropology and the Phenomenology of Disease and Illness Grand Canyon University What is the Christian concept of the imago dei? How might it be relevant to our unique approach in health care and why is it important?

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A+ Solutions HLT-362V Week 4 Topic 4: DQ 2 Applied Statistics for Health Care Professionals - Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) What is an interaction? Describe an example and identify the variables within your population (work, social, academic, etc.) for which you might expect interactions?

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Week 1 DQ 1 What Is Technical Communication? What is the difference between technical communication and technical writing? After completing your reading assignments for this week, how would you define each of these terms? Create your own definition for technical communication and a separate definition for technical writing and post them in this discussion forum. Explain in at least 200 - 250 words. Respond to at least two of your fellow students' postings by Day 7. (You must create one initial post and at least two responses, for a minimum of three posts for this discussion.)...

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Under the terms of the current contractual agreement, Burger Queen (BQ) is entitled to 20 percent of the revenue earned by each of its franchises. BQs best-selling item is the Slopper (it slops out of the bun). BQ supplies the ingredients for the Slopper (bun, mystery meat, etc.) at cost to the franchise. The franchisees average cost per Slopper (including ingredients, labor cost, and so on) is .80. At a particular franchise restaurant, weekly demand for Sloppers is given by P - Q/800. a. If BQ sets the price and weekly sales quantity of Sloppers, what quantity and price would it set?...

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ACC 280 Week 1 DQ 3 What is the debt and credit?

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What is the difference between a group at risk for poor health and a group considered a vulnerable population? Provide an example of a group at risk and a group considered a vulnerable population. why members of these groups cannot advocate for themselves or why advocating for these groups would be beneficial. would you advocate for? Healthy Community Institution Date A group at risk for poor health involves a population where people are exposed to high risks of poor health problem due their social behavior and life style. This behaviors include smoking and engaging in...

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HLT 362v EXERCISE 24 Questions to be Graded 1. What is the r value listed for the relationship between variables 4 and 9? The listed r value is . 2. Describe the correlation r ** using words. Is this a statistically significant correlation? Provide a rationale for your answer. The correlation coefficient shows a negative relationship between the variables. As the p value for this correlation coefficient is less than so the correlation is significant at both and significance level. 3. Calculate the percentage of variance explained for r . Is this correlation clinically...

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You will research and find an example of a firm that is going through the transformational change of offshoring much of its production activities. The first part of the plan will be the Introduction. Context for the introduction includes the following: What is offshoring? How were the stakeholders affected? What initiated the change? How well has it been received or accepted, and why? What is driving the need for this transformational change? (300-500 words) Why is this considered a transformational change? Why can the firm not just keep doing what it has been doing? What is management's...

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DQ 1 In your opinion, what is the best way to deliver policies, procedures, and training to employees workingabroad How do human resource management (HRM) policies differ form multinational companies compared with single-nation companies? How do trainingand development programs differ for multinational organizations compared withsingle-nation companies? Explain your answer. Answer In my opinion, the best way to deliver policies, procedures, and training to employees working abroad is to first recruit a trainer from the area that speaks their language and understands their country. The...

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Prepare a section of your Capstone Portfolio by answering the following question: What is the nature and purpose of criminal law In your response, identify commonalities of purpose within law enforcement, corrections, the courts, and social services. The definition of criminal law is that body of the law that deals with conduct considered as harmful to society as a whole that it is prohibited by statute, prosecuted and punished by the government[ CITATION And12 \l 1033 ]. Criminal law is set up as a prevention of criminal activity, and as a means to prosecute anyone that has violated any...

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LASA 1IKEA Analysis Report LASA 1 IKEA Values-Based Service Analysis Report What isvalues-based service How can a company create value for customers and other stakeholders Values-based service is defined as service that is firmly based on the core company values as well as social and environmental responsibility. When the core company values and the social and environmental values are in accordance with the values of customers and other stakeholders, resonance (rather than dissonance) occurs. To be successful, a values-based service business must seek resonance with its customers and...

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IS 231 Week 4 E-Commerce Legal Ethical Issues Your Company Write up a one to two page summary of the legal and ethical issues of concern when looking at your proposed company. To help you get started consider the following questions: What is ethical in B2C and B2B web sites? Who can you trust online? What are the laws in advertising online? Are there different issues with B2B and B2C? What are the ethical standards, federal laws, and international laws for email marketing? What can be copied online? Interpersonal Communication Week 4 To maintain the legal and...

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What is the role of power in the economy (and in economics) according to institutionalist economists Thorstein Veblen and John Kenneth Galbraith. Please explain in length. ANSWER: Institutional economics, referred to by some as institutionalist political economy, concentrates on comprehension the part of human-made foundations in forming monetary conduct. In the mid twentieth century, it was the fundamental school of economics in the United States, including such popular yet differing business analysts as Thorstein Veblen, and John R. House. Institutional economics is worried with the...

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What is (2 Pages 825 Words) . (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) teaches our childrenfrom kindergarten through high schoolthat popularity can be found in positive behavior, that belonging need not require them to abandon their values, that self-confidence and self-worth come from asserting themselves and resisting destructive temptations. . teaches them not just that they should refuse drugs and alcohol, and not participate in violent activities, but how to do so. . goes beyond traditional drug abuse and violence prevention programs. It gives children the skills needed to recognize and...

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What is polluted water Why is water pollution more common in the developing countries of Asia, Africa, and South America and rarely in developed countries? ANSWER: What is polluted water? Water pollution is the contamination of natural water bodies by chemical, physical, radioactive or pathogenic microbial substances. Adverse alteration of water quality presently produces large scale illness and deaths, accounting for approximately 50 million deaths per year worldwide, most of these deaths occurring in Africa and Asia. Water pollution may occur from natural causes such as sedimentation...

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What is terrestrial Biome? (4 Pages 1550 Words) Terrestrial Biomes are all the land areas on earth where organisms live. The distinguishing features of terrestrial biomes are determined mainly by climate. Include tundras, temperate forests and grasslands, chaparral, temperate and tropical deserts, and tropical forests and grasslands. What are the different types of terrestrial biomes? There are seven major types of terrestrial biomes in the world. They are as follows, grassland, desert, taiga, tundra, polar ice, tropical rainforest, and temperate deciduous forest. Grassland Biome:...

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What is the integration-responsiveness framework This is International Business Please limit your answers to no more than half page with single-spaced, 12 times new roman font. Consider your answers carefully in order to make good use of this page limit. Also, please dont copy and paste contents from the lecture note or other sources (you will receive zero point by doing it.) Don't copy Google Please pick question among the eight below 1 What is the integration-responsiveness framework (i.e., IR framework)? In a short essay, describe the two main components of the framework, and discuss...

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What is Advocacy? Patricia Castillo BSHS 485 July 18, 2016 Tim Nolan What is Advocacy? The helping profession is not a profession that is full of glitz and glamour. In a professional organization, human service workers are neither rich nor famous, and their advocacy on the behalf of others rarely makes for newsworthy coverage. A human service professional is our modem day champions, trying to change the world by helping one person at a time. In comparing the role of a champion, being a human service worker is not a job but a calling and a way of life that not all people are cut out to...

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What is PTSD? Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder that can occur following the experience or witnessing of a traumatic event. A traumatic event is a life-threatening event such as military combat, natural disasters, terrorist incidents, serious accidents, or physical or sexual assault in adult or childhood. Most survivors of trauma return to normal given a little time. However, some people will have stress reactions that do not go away on their own, or may even get worse over time. These individuals may develop...

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What are these symbols? The attachment of this post is the same as what you see here, except with pictures of the symbols, the pictures did not copy over. The heart of your classes is the discussion forum. This is a threaded forum, when you reply to a post, you can see a little thread on the left side connecting your post to the one you replied to. Each reply is indented in. What is the deal with these symbols? So far I only see a grey thumbs up this is the same thing as liking something on Facebook. Feel free to like any post of your choosing and the grey thumb will turn to gold. The...

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Purpose: Knowledge: By completing this assignment, you will have a better understanding of: 1. Important issues facing the state of Texas. 2. How these issues have the potential to impact the future. Skills: By completing this assignment, you will have a better understanding of: 1. How to analyze the issues beyond what is being seen in the news. 2. How a particular issue fits into the bigger picture of what is happening with Texas government. Task: For this assignment, choose one Texas news story (from the past two weeks) that is of particular interest to you and...

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In this exercise, we will examine the attitudes of liberals and conservatives toward affirmative action policies in the workplace. Data from the 2010 683 reveal that 12% of conservatives (N = 336) and 27% of liberals (N = 267) indicate that they “strongly support” or “support” affirmative action policies for African Americans in the workplace. a. What is the appropriate test statistic? Why? b. Test the null hypothesis with a one-tailed test (conservatives are less likely to support affirmative action policies than liberals); $\alpha$ = .05. What do you conclude about the...

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Castor oil has a density of 956 kg/m3. If the speed of sound in castor oil is 1474 m/s, what is its adabatic bulk modulus? [Note 1.2 x 10**2 N/m2 = 120 N/(square meter)]

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3\. Halka Company is a no-growth firm. Its sales fluctuate seasonally, causing total assets to vary from \$320,000 to \$410,000, but fixed assets remain constant at $260,000. If the firm follows a maturity matching (or moderate) working capital financing policy, what is the most likely total of long-term debt plus equity capital? a. $260,642 b. $274,360 c. $288,800 d. $304,000 e. $320,000

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4. Your consulting firm was recently hired to improve the performance of Shin-Soenen Inc, which is highly profitable but has been experiencing cash shortages due to its high growth rate. As one part of your analysis, you want to determine the firms cash conversion cycle. Using the following information and a 365-day year, what is the firms present cash conversion cycle? Average inventory = $75,000 Annual sales = $600,000 Annual cost of goods sold = $360,000 Average accounts receivable = $160,000 Average accounts payable = $25,000 a. 120.6 days b. 126.9 days c. 133.6 days d. 140.6...

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A bullet of mass 0.00115 kg and speed v passes completely through a pendulum bob of mass 70 kg. The bullet emerges with a speed v/2. The pendulum bob is suspended by a stiff rod of length 0.5 m and negligible mass. What is the minimum value of v such that the pendulum bob will barely swing through a complete vertical circle?

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What are the rules for using an active vs passive voice in writing?

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Heights of men on a baseball team have a bell-shaped distribution with a mean of 186 cm and a standard deviation of 8 cm. Using the empirical rule, what is the approximate percentage of the men between the following values? a. 162 cm and 210 cm b. 178 cm and 194 cm

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B. F. Skinner is a famous psychologist. What is/was his great contribution to science?

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The Great Pyramid outside Cairo, Egypt has a square base measuring 756 feet on a side and a height of 480 feet. A] What is the volume of the great pyramid in cubic yards? B] The stones used to build the Great Pyramid were limestone blocks with an average volume of 1.5 cubic yards. How many of these blocks were needed to construct the Great Pyramid?

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For telecommunications, satellites are better served by rotating around the earth at the same speed as the earth rotates, or 24.0 h.  What is the distance from the center of the Earth that the satellite must be placed to achieve this geosynchronous orbit?  What is the orbital speed of the satellite?

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List all ordered arrangements of 6 objects 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 choosing 2 at a time without repetition. What is P(6,2)?

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A company claims that 93% of its cereal boxes have at least as much cereal by weight as the amount stated on the box. a. At a quality control checkpoint, one box out of a random sample of nine boxes falls short of its stated weight What is the probability of this happening due to chance variation in box weights? b. Suppose three of nine boxes fail to have the claimed weight. What can be concluded? Explain.

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Let X represent the difference between the number of heads and the number of tails obtained when a coin is tossed n times. What are the possible values of X?

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In Problem 5, for n = 3, if the coin is assumed fair, what are the probabilities associated with the values that X can take on? [Problem 5 was asked here](https://www.lil-help.com/questions/7841/let-x-represent-the-difference-between-the-number-of-heads-and-the-number-of-tails-obtained-when-a-coin-is-tossed-n-times)

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Suppose that a die is rolled twice. What are the possible values that the following random variables can take on: (a) the maximum value to appear in the two rolls; (b) the minimum value to appear in the two rolls; (c) the sum of the two rolls; (d) the value of the first roll minus the value of the second roll?

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Consider a roulette wheel consisting of 38 numbers 1 through 36, 0, and double 0. If Smith always bets that the outcome will be one of the numbers 1 through 12, what is the probability that (a) Smith will lose his first 5 bets; (b) his first win will occur on his fourth bet?

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**A++ Work! 100% CORRECT PHYSICS TUTORIAL INCLUDES ANSWERS TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS [1] In fission reactions the nucleus is split and energy is released. (2 points) True False [2] The isotope chlorine-35 has a mass of 34.96885 atomic mass units, and the isotope chlorine-37 has a mass of 36.96590 atomic mass units. Given the information that 75.771% of all chlorine atoms found in nature are chlorine-35 and 24.229% are chlorine-37, calculate the atomic mass of chlorine. (4 points) Answer: [3] Rusting of an iron nail is not an example of a physical change. (2...

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CIS 276What is meant by data redundancy is meant by data redundancy? Data redundancy is a situation that occurs within database systems and involves the unintentional creation of duplicated data that is not necessary to the function of the database. problems are associated with data redundancy? is an entity? An entity is a person, place, object, event, or idea for which you want to store and process data. An attribute, field, or column is a characteristic or property of an entity. A relationship is an association between entities. is an attribute? an attribute refers to a...

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Answers Highlighted in blue ABC is reviewing a project that will cost 1, project will produce cash flows 210 at the end of each year for the first two years and 772 at the end of each year for the next two years. What is the profitability index? Assume interest rate is 4%. a. b. c. d. Question 2 Suppose an investment offers to double your money in 39 years. What annual rate of return are you being offered if interest is compounded semi-annually? a. % b. % c. % d. % Question 3 How many years will it take to quadruple (i.e. 4 times) your money...

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Barbara is considering investing in a stock and is aware that the return on that investment is particularly sensitive to how the economy is performing. Her analysis suggests that four states of the economy can affect the return on the investment. Using the table of returns and probabilities below, find Probability Return Boom 0.6 % Good 0.1 % Level 0.2 % Slump 0.1 % What is the expected return on Barbara's investment? (Round answer to 3 decimal places, e.g. .) (Round answer to 3 decimal places, e.g. .) What is the standard deviation of the return on Barbara's investment? (Round...

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BUS 660 The Lubricant is an expensive oil newsletter to which many oil giants subscribe, including Ken Brown (see Problem 3-17 for details). In the last issue, the letter described how the demand for oil products would be extremely high. Apparently, the American consumer will continue to use oil products even if the price of these products doubles. Indeed, one of the articles in the Lubricant states that the chances of a favorable market for oil products was 70%, while the chance of an unfavorable market was only 30%. Ken would like to use these probabilities in determining the best...

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Business Law: Henrietta Bighair is a beauty makeover consultant who needs her accounting information system updated. Greg Geekulous is an accounting software enhancer. Bighair and Geekulous want to enter a contract for the exchange of these services. a. What is required for valid contract formation? What elements must their contract contain? 1. Contract is an agreement voluntarily entered by two or more parties so as to create a legal obligation and bind the persons entering in contract. Contract is entered between two or more legal parties who are capable of entering into...

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Say you are the manager of a perfectly competitive firm selling a product. Your business is making a loss because total revenue is less than total costs. What would you do--shut down or continue to operate? Use hypothetical numbers to explain. Information you need to provide include--state the product you are selling, the price of the product, the quantity of the product you produce, fixed costs, total cost, figure out total revenue, total and average variable costs. Then go ahead and make your decision. Explain carefully why it makes better sense to shut down rather than continue to...

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Ten-thousand, five-hundred, twenty-seven people die a year in a handgun related incidents in the United States. This number, by far, out weighs those gun related deaths in countries such as Sweden, Great Britain, and Japan, which number 13, 22, and 87 respectively. What is the reason for such drastic differences in numbers? The latter mentioned countries have stricter gun control laws and they require bare arm safety courses. These laws have a direct relationship to the number of gun deaths which occur each year from country to country. Perhaps if the U.S. would adopt some...

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MGT 307 Organizational Behavior Terminology and Concepts Paper Write a 700 word paper in which you explain the following key concepts and terminology: o Organizational Culture & Behavior o Diversity o Communication o Business Ethics o Change Management ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR Organizational behavior is broad field that deals with the nature and behavior of human beings with respect to that of organizations. This field tries to explore the complex nature of human beings and various environmental factors that govern the entire scenario. This is main field that leads to...

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VisitGE Healthcare().In context to the major points of chapter 5, define how GE is addressing the needs of their hospital customers by the design of this Web site? Where and what is GE doing right, what is GE doing wrong, and where can GE improve using marketing research?In context of chapter 3, where can GE improve using marketing research? GE is a brand that has become synonymous with quality. The design of this website is no different. The website addresses GE's desire for ease and innovation along with technological advancement. GE has also aligned itself with global healthcare....

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Part 1: Assume that the country is in a period of high unemployment, interest rates are at almost zero, inflation is about 2% per year, and GDP growth is less than 2% per year. Suggest how fiscal and monetary policy can move those numbers to an acceptable level keeping inflation the same. What is the first action you would take as the president? As the chairman of the Fed? Why? What would be your subsequent steps? Make sure you include both the positive and negative effects of your actions, and include the trade-offs or opportunity costs. Include the following concepts in your...

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Share the vision and mission statement of your firm (or one with which you are familiar). How is that vision and mission statement communicated to employees and the public? What is the role of the vision and mission statement in driving the activities of the firm? If there is no vision and/or mission statement, discuss possible reasons why it is not clear. ANSWER: Q: Share the vision and mission statement of your firm (or one with which you are familiar). How is that vision and mission statement communicated to employees and the public? What is the role of the vision and mission...

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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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Paper 2:For paper #4, you mustselect one of the two questions provided below. When crafting a response to the question you select, you must abide by the assignment guidelines outlined in the Word document uploaded to this module. 1. Do you think restorative justice is a promising approach to family violence cases? For this question you should address the following: What is restorative justice and what do restorative justice programs look like? Do you think it is a promising approach to family violence? Explain why or why not. The concept of restorative justice is quite...

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I need this one in a 3-6 page paper in Word with in-text citations and references in APA format and also a PowerPoint presentation that summarizes the paper. Also need to use the information found on the official Department of Labor website, Unemployment is one of the major concerns that people have in today's economy, since losing one's job can be one of the most devastating events a person can experience. But what do the numbers actually mean? What is the actual state of the economy, in terms of its ability to generate jobs for its citizens The following table shows % change from...

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3.Do you agree with Freud's statement that "depression is anger turned inward"? Why or why not? I would have to agree with Freud's comment. Usually we become depressed because of our inner feelings and thoughts about a situation. Some people may look at their bodies and feel they do not look good enough, so instead of the person dieting and exercising the person will become depressed and may start eating more food. Each time the person punishes his/herselfbecause they are not happy with what they see or who they are. I believe we all have been in a situation where we did not feel...

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In Preventing a Brave New World, Leon Kass concludes that reproductive and therapeutic cloning of human embryos is unethical. What are the exact steps in Kass's argument for this conclusion? What is your assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of this argument? Please ensure that your essay addresses each component of the question assigned question and that your answer is well- organized, uses excellent, college-level prose, and makes judicious use of textual evidence. In the article "Preventing a Brave New World" Leon Kass thinks that the reproductive and therapeutic...

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Which type of processing is used when attitudes deliberately trigger consistent behaviors? () Systematic processing Superficial processing Direct processing Deliberate processing How do attitudes affect behavior if careful consideration is not possible, or when the choices are not important? () Deliberately Directly Systematically Superficially One way to make attitudes more accessible is to remind people to what extent they measure up to their inner convictions. This is an example of making attitudes accessible:...

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Topic: Sequestration Name Course Tutor Institution SEQUESTRATION Introduction Sequestration is refers to the practice of imposing mandatory cuts in expenditure of the United States (Moore, Zarnowitz & National Bureau of Economic Research, 1986). It was championed to enactment into law in the year 1985 by three senators. This is carried out whenever the budget of running the federal government exceeds an arbitrary amount or the gross revenue that the federal government brings during its fiscal year. In a simpler manner, sequestration can be defined as the engagement of automatic,...

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Assignment 3 Social Entrepreneurs A social entrepreneur is a leader or visionary who is driven to achieve social change. Social entrepreneurs provide creative solutions for society's problems. They are committed to changing conditions in society for the better with their ideas. Social entrepreneurs are similar to business entrepreneurs because they must build a strong sustainable organization, increase sources of revenue, reduce expenses, and develop a team of loyal employees. Research social entrepreneurship and what it entails using your readings, the Argosy University online library...

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The Baldwin Company has just purchased 40,900,000 of plant and equipment that has an estimated useful life of 15 years. The expected salvage value at the end of 15 years is 4,090,000. What will the book value of this purchase (exclude all other plant and equipment) be after its third year of use? (Use FASB GAAP) Select: 1 35,446,667 32,720,000 29,448,000 33,538,000 What is the Quick Ratio of Chester? Select: 1 .80 .52 Chester has a ROS of (ROS Net income/Sales). That means: Select: 1 For every 8 of sales there is a profit of 1%. There is a 8% profit on each dollar of sales. There are...

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A minor league baseball team is trying to predict ticket sales for the upcoming season and is considering changing ticket prices. a. The elasticity of ticket sales with respect to the size of the local population is estimated to be about .7. Briefly explain what this number means. If the local population increases from 60,000 to 61,500, what is the predicted change in ticket sales? c. The typical fan also consumes 8 worth of refreshments at the game. Thus, at the original 10 average price, each admission generates 18 in total revenue for team management. Would raising ticket prices to 11...

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HLT 362 WEEK 5 DISCUSSION Answers Now that you are familiar with the basic concepts of statistics, what are some examples of when you have seen or heard statistics used inappropriately? What is an example in the world around you for which you would use a Chi-square analysis? Describe the error in the conclusion. Given: There is a linear correlation between the number of cigarettes smoked and the pulse rate. As the number of cigarettes increases the pulse rate increases. Conclusion: Cigarettes cause the pulse rate to increase. Answer: The conclusion cigarettes cause the pulse rate to...

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2. Revised spreadsheet problem 1: Just answer 1(a) and 1(d). For 1(d), change “For (a) to (c)” to “For (a) only.” Spreadsheet Problem 1. If the mrket supply function of a commodity is Qs = 3,250 and (a) the market demand function is Qd = 4,750 – 50P and P is expressed in dollars, use Excel to calculate what the equilibrium price is by calculating values of Qd and Qs for P from 25 to 50 in 1’s. (b) If the market demand increases to Q’d = 5,350 – 50P, equilibrium price? (c) If the market demand decreases to Q”d = 4,150 – 50P, what is the equilibrium price? (d) for...

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What is your opinion of the death penalty? If you are in favor of it, imagine that you or someone you love is falsely accused of a crime and is facing the death penalty. Would this change your view? If so, how? If you are opposed to it, imagine that someone you love was violently attacked and murdered. Would this change your view? If so, how? Students will create a weekly reflection paper. A reflection paper is a personal reflection and reaction to the chapters you have read or a topic selected by the professor. The paper must be 500-750 words (one to two pages in...

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Griffiths 1.13 Let r be the separation vector from a fixed point (x', y', z') to the point (x,y,z), and let r be its length. Show that (a) $\nabla (r^2) = 2\mathbf{r}$ (b) $\nabla (1/r) = -\mathbf{r}/r^2$ (c) What is the general formula for $\nabla (r^n)$?

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Instructions: Sales = 0.15x 28 In this case, the values are given in thousands (i.e., the cost of making an individual e-reader will be $150 [0.15 × 1,000], with $28,000 [28 * 1,000] in constant charges). Answer the following questions based on the given regression equation: 1.Using the graphing program that you downloaded from graph the sales equation. Discuss the meaning of the x- and y-axis values on the graph. (Hint: Label the axis with the Text tool in the graphing program.) 2.Based on the results of the graph and the sales equation provided, discuss the relationship between...

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1.  Find the mid-point and the length of the line segment with endpoints:  (2,3), (-3,2) 2.  Find the Center and the radius of the circle: 3.  At 12:00 noon Ship A is 120 miles due north of ship B and is sailing south at a rate of 15 mph. Ship B is sailing west at a rate of 12 mph. **Write the distance _d_ between the ships as a function of the time _t_,** where t = 0 represents 12:00 noon and **determine how far apart** the two ships will be at 16:00 hours.   4. A rancher uses 834 meters of fencing to enclose a rectangular region and also to subdivide the region into two smaller...

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4. Church Inc. is presently enjoying relatively high growth because of a surge in the demand for its new product. Management expects earnings and dividends to grow at a rate of 25% for the next 4 years, after which competition will probably reduce the growth rate in earnings and dividends to zero, i.e., g = 0. The companys last dividend, D0, was $1.25, its beta is 1.20, the market risk premium is 5.50%, and the risk-free rate is 3.00%. What is the current price of the common stock? a. $26.77 b. $27.89 c. $29.05 d. $30.21 e. $31.42

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5\. Chen Transport, a U.S. based company, is considering expanding its operations into a foreign country. The required investment at Time = 0 is \$10 million. The firm forecasts total cash inflows of \$4 million per year for 2 years, \$6 million for the next 2 years, and then a possible terminal value of \$8 million. In addition, due to political risk factors, Chen believes that there is a 50% chance that the gross terminal value will be only \$2 million and a 50% chance that it will be \$8 million. However, the government of the host country will block 20% of all cash flows. Thus, cash...

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A carpenter's square of uniform density has the shape of an L, as shown in the figure. For an $A(x,y)$ coordinate frame with the origin at the lower left corner of the carpenter's square, The x-axis is horizontal and to the right. The y-axis is vertically upward. Because the square is uniform in thickness and has a small thickness, we can assume that the weight of each segment of the square is proportional to its area. Given in the figure, $B=10 \text{ cm}$, $C=5 \text{ cm}$, $D=4 \text{ cm}$, $E=20 \text{ cm}$ ![csquare](/images/csquare.png) What is the $x$ and $y$ coordinate of the...

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A circular hole of diameter 20 cm is cut out of a uniform square of sheet metal having sides 40 cm, where the circle is cut out of the square at the top right corner so that two sides are touching the side of the square.  What is the distance between the center of mass and the center of the square?

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What is persuasive writing and why is it important?

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What is an Adverb?

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What is the distance formula and how is it used?

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What is the difference between primary and secondary sources?

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How is length contraction defined in relativity?

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A 5 kg steel ball strikes a wall with a speed of 15 m/s at an angle of 30o with the normal to the wall.  It bounces off with the same speed and angle.  If the ball is in contact with the wall for 0.2 s, what is the magnitude of the average force exerted on the ball by the wall?

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**1.** A revolutionary war cannon, with a mass of 2000 kg, fires a 15 kg ball horizontally.  The cannonball has a speed of 120 m/s after it has left the barrel.  The cannon carriage is on a flat platform and is free to roll horizontally.  What is the speed of the cannon immediately after it was fired? The same explosive charge is used, so the total energy of the cannon plus cannonball system remains the same.  Disregarding friction, how much faster would the ball travel if the cannon were mounted rigidly and all other parameters remained the same?

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A ball falls straight down through the air under the influence of gravity.  There is a retarding force (air resistance) on the ball given by $F=bv$, where $v$ is the speed of the ball and $b$ is some constant greater than zero.  What is the magnitude of the acceleration of the ball at any time.

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A basketball player 2.0 m tall want to make a basket from a distance of 9.0 m.  The hoop is at a height of 3.0 m.  If he shoot the ball (from a height of 2.0 m) at a 30o angle, at what initial speed must he throw the basketball so that it goes through the hoop without striking the backboard?  Neglect air friction, the acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s2.

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A 0.250-kg block is placed on a light vertical spring $k = 5.00 \times 10^3 \text{ N/m}$ and pushed downwards, compressing the spring 0.100 m.  After the block is released, it leaves the spring and continues to travel upwards.  What height above the point of release will the block reach if air resistance is negligible?

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A skier of mass 70 kg is pulled up a slope by a motor driven cable.  (a)  How much work is required to pull him 60 m up a $30^o$ slope (assumed frictionless) at a constant speed of 2.0 m/s?  (b)  What power must a motor have to perform this task?

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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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**You roll a pair of four-sided dice and record the sum. List all of the possible sums and determine the probability of rolling a sum of 7.** List all the possible sums. What is the probability of rolling a sum of 7?

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HLT 362 Module 1 Descriptive Statistics Excel Worksheet Module 1 Descriptive Statistics Excel Worksheet A formula for the sample mean is A formula for the sample variance is A formula for the sample standard deviation is A computational formula for the sample variance is For the following sample of scores: 2, 6, 1, 4, 2, 2, 4, 3, 2 Find the mean, variance and standard deviation A sample of size 7 (n = 7) has a mean of M = 9. One of the sample scores is changed from x = 19 to x = 5. What is the value for the new sample mean? Using Excel create a histogram and a line graph...

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List all the combinations of 5 objects c, d, e, f, and g taken 3 at a time. What is C(5,3)?

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In a certain lottery, 6 white balls from a drum with 14 balls and 1 red ball from a dmm with 38 balls are selected. For a $2 ticket, players get one chance at winning the jackpot by matching all 7 numbers. Players win prizes when the numbers on their ticket match some or all of the numbers on the balls drawn (the order in which the balls are drawn does not matter). What is the probability of winning the jackpot by matching all numbers drawn?

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A and B are involved in a duel. The rules of the duel are that they are to pick up their guns and shoot at each other simultaneously. If one or both are hit, then the duel is over. If both shots miss, then they repeat the process. Suppose that the results of the shots are independent and that each shot of A will hit B with probability pA, and each shot of B will hit A with probability pB. What is (a) the probability that A is not hit? (b) the probability that both duelists are hit? (c) the probability that the duel ends after the nth round of shots? (d) the conditional probability...

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If the die in [Problem 7](https://www.lil-help.com/questions/7843/suppose-that-a-die-is-rolled-twice-what-are-the-possible-values-that-the-following-random-variables-can-take-on) is assumed fair, calculate the probabilities associated with the random variables in parts (a) through (d).

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A man claims to have extrasensory perception. As a test, a fair coin is flipped 10 times and the man is asked to predict the outcome in advance. He gets 7 out of 10 correct. What is the probability that he would have done at least this well if he had no ESP?

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**A+ Work!! 100% CORRECT PHYSICS TUTORIAL INCLUDES ANSWERS TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS Problem 1. A narrow beam of light is incident on a 30? ? 60? ? 90? prism as shown. The index of refraction of the prism is n=2.1. From which side of the prism does the beam emerge: (a) from AB, (b) from BC, (c) from AC, (d) from all sides? [1 point] Problem 2. It was once suggested that the mirror for an astronomical telescope be produced by rotating a ?at disk of mercury at a prescribed angular velocity ? about a vertical axis. (a) What is the equation of the mirror surface z=h(r) so obtained?...

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Str 581 Week 2 Businessethics is extremely crucial to the make up of any company. Business and management ethics goes beyond the law lo provide guidelines as to what is acceptable behavior in business transactions. Organizations that are committed to long term success recognize and realize that creating a culture where ethical behaviors are rewarded and encouraged is the ultimate key to survival today and growth in the future. While many businesses have codes of ethics, the words written in a formal code are valuable only if their intent is reflected in the actions of the people who...

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Assume that the most efficient production technology available for making vitamin pills has the cost structure given in the following table. Note that output is measured as the number of bottles of vitamins produced per day and that costs include a normal profit. a. What is ATC for each level of output listed in the table? b. Is this a decreasing-cost industry? (Answer yes or no.) c. Suppose that the market price for a bottle of vitamins is and that at that price the total market quantity demanded is 75,000,000 bottles. How many firms will there be in this industry? d. Suppose that,...

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AIDS:Is There a Cure? Are There Preventions? What is AIDS? How do you cure it? Find out by reading this report on cures and preventions for the AIDS virus. In this report some of the topics covered will be a small report on AIDS, preventions, and possible cures. This report was written to prove if there is a cure for the AIDS virus, and if there are any ways to prevent contracting AIDS. I mean who does AIDS think it is just killing people? AIDS is a virus that kills your immune system. The letters in AIDS stand for Acquired, Immune, Deficiency, Syndrome....

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Reality Is Perception Human reality is full of physical objects but how humans perceive these objects is completely objective, depending on the person and there senses. Perception of physical objects cannot occur without other objects that allow one to perceive these manifestations in the first place. When a sentient being acknowledges that they "exist in a world of physical objects", they also confirm that their sense perception functions to an extent which allows them to reason, even to a small degree, their physical existence. What is a physical object? Does a...

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BUS 644 Ethical behavior is a corporate issue that affects the company's bottom line. How do ethical issues impact organizations and operations? Include an example seen in the workplace, in the news, etc. that relates to real-life situations. Your initial post should be at least 200-250 words. Ethical behavior The term "Ethics" is widely used in today's organizations. But sometimes, employees are not aware in actually what is ethics? Ethics is a moral philosophy of a company which is circulated through code of ethics. Ethical behavior means applying the principles of honesty and...

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BUS 644 week 1 dq 1 Ethical behavior Ethical Issues and Operations Ethical behavior is a corporate issue that affects the company's bottom line. How do ethical issues impact organizations and operations? Include an example seen in the workplace, in the news, etc. that relates to real-life situations. Your initial post should be at least 200-250 words. The term "Ethics" is widely used in today's organizations. But sometimes, employees are not aware in actually what is ethics? Ethics is a moral philosophy of a company which is circulated through code of ethics. Ethical behavior means...

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our firm is considering a project with a five-year life and an initial cost of 120,000. The discount rate for the project is 12%. The firm expects to sell 2,100 units a year. The cash flow per unit is 20. The firm will have the option to abandon this project after three years at which time it expects it could sell the project for 50,000. You are interested in knowing how the project will perform if the sales forecasts for years four and five of the project are revised such that there is a 50% chance that the sales will be either 1,400 or 2,500 units a year. What is the net present...

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Vedder, Inc., has 7.6 million shares of common stock outstanding. The current share price is , and the book value per share is . Vedder also has two bond issues outstanding. The first bond issue has a face value of 71.6 million, a coupon rate of 7.1 percent, and sells for 90 percent of par. The second issue has a face value of 36.6 million, a coupon rate of 8.1 percent, and sells for 89 percent of par. The first issue matures in 21 years, the second in 13 years. The most recent dividend was and the dividend growth rate is 7 percent. Assume that the overall cost of debt is the weighted...

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Compare and contrast direct finance and indirect finance. Which is more likely to have a larger share of the total financial market in a mature economy? In a young economy? Why? 2)What is the relationship between the efficiency of a financial system and the rate of economic growth? 3)Describe the major types of risks to financial se- curities, and give a specific example of each. How do investors measure risk? 4)Describe and explain three factors other than expected return and risk that affect the demand for financial securities. 1) Compare and contrast direct finance and...

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Briarcrest Condiments is a spice-making firm. Recently, it developed a new process for producing spices. The process requires new machinery that would cost 1,818,060. have a life of five years, and would produce the cash flows shown in the following table. Year Cash Flow 1 575,892 2 -234,048 3 895,036 4 948,887 5 870,492 What is the NPV if the discount rate is percent? (Enter negative amounts using negative sign e.g. . Round answer to 2 decimal places, e.g. .) Answer: Cost of equipment 1818060 Length of projectn5 Required rate of returnk% NPV where FCF(t) is cash...

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BUS 644 Ethical behavior is a corporate issue that affects the company's bottom line. How do ethical issues impact organizations and operations? Include an example seen in the workplace, in the news, etc. that relates to real-life situations. Your initial post should be at least 200-250 words. Ethical behavior The term "Ethics" is widely used in today's organizations. But sometimes, employees are not aware in actually what is ethics? Ethics is a moral philosophy of a company which is circulated through code of ethics. Ethical behavior means applying the principles of honesty and...

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IT 205 How is the Internet changing the economics of information and business models? Name and describe one business model for e-commerce. What is the difference between pure-play Internet and clicks-and-mortar business models? ANSWER: The Internet is fundamentally lowers the cost of creating, sending, and retaining data, and at the same time making information more readably available. The internet lowers the cost of conducting searches, and enables potential customers to locate products, retailers, compare prices, and select delivery times. The Internet provides companies the...

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Acct 505 Accounting 505 Case Study 1 Springfield Express is a luxury passenger carrier in Texas. All seats are first class, and the following data are available: Number of seats per passenger train car 90 Average load factor (percentage of seats filled) 70% Average full passenger fare 160 Average variable cost per passenger 70 Fixed operating cost per month 3,150,000 a. What is the break-even point in passengers and revenues per month? First we have to figure out the contribution Margin Sales per fare - variable expense per unit: - (Contribution Margin. Break Even point in...

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Construct and Support an Argument MGT 521 UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX Investing in one's education is one of the smartest things a person can do February 27, 2010 Construct and Support an Argument Investing in one's education is one of the smartest things a person can do. The more education one has, the more opportunities open up for that individual. Higher education, not to be limited to the MBA program, provides our knowledge to develop personal abilities and development within our careers. By pursuing my MBA, I believe it will provide the necessary tools to become a more effective leader...

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A+ Solutions BUS-340 Module 5 DQ 1 Ethical and Legal Issues in Business - Ethics and Law in Management How is ethics and ethical behavior apparent in corporate culture? What is the relationship between law, values, and ethical behavior? How do these work in unison to ensure business success? Are there times when law, values, and ethical behavior may not work in unison?

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A+ Solutions BUS-352 Module 8 DQ 1 Business Statistics - Additional Topics A market researcher is interested in knowing the type of training that works best for DVD users. Thirty consumers are randomly selected from a population of known DVD owners (i.e., users). Ten users are trained by giving them the DVD user's manual and allowing them to read it. Another 10 users are trained from a 30 minute DVD user training video. Another 10 users are trained from a self-paced computer tutorial. The users are then timed in their ability to setup and program the DVD by performing a series...

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Chapter 9: Exercises 9-4, 9-7, 9-8, 9-9, 9-11, 9-12, 9-14, 9-16 (pages 347-348) - Problems 9-7, 9-12, 9-17 (pages 351-355) EXERCISE 9-4. Using Present Value Tables [LO 1] What is the present value of 600 per year for five years if the required return is 10 percent (answer using Table 2 in Appendix B). CashPresent Value FlowFactorTotal 6002, EXERCISE 9-7. Calculate Present Value [LO 2] Juanita Martinez is ready to retire and has a choice of three pension plans. Plan A provides for an immediate cash payment of 200,000. Plan B provides for the payment of 20,000 per year...

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The PICOT formula is used for the development of the question. What is the impact (O) of having lean staff, not meeting the customer expectation and lack of respect for nurses on medical staff consisting nurses, doctors and other supporting staff(P) as against to those (C)medical staff working in congenial environment for long time (T) Setting and/or context in which nursing problem is observed: The problem with which I faced during working in a clinical environment and also I talked with the educator is the shortage of medical staff the clinic or hospital faces. There are other...

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Need Finance Help STUs Disco Factory Inc. is financed solely by equity and it is considering issuing debt and using the proceeds to repurchase some of the outstanding shares at the current market price of 30. There are currently 200,000 shares outstanding. EBIT is expected to remain at 1.5 million, with all earnings paid out as dividends. The firm can issue debt at a rate of 8%, and the firms tax rate is 40%. Three alternative amounts of debt are being considered: Amount of debt 0 1,000,000 2,000,000 Required return on equity 15% 15.5% 16% Assume that all stock repurchases will be made at...

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Inflation is expected to be 7 percent, 6 percent, and 5 percent consecutively You are given the following information: Real risk-free rate, r* 1.0% Maturity risk premium, MRP 0.2%(t - 1) where t years to maturity Default risk premium, DRP %(t - 1) for AT&T bonds but zero for Treasury bonds Liquidity premium is 0.4% for AT&T bonds but zero for Treasury bonds Inflation is expected to be 7 percent, 6 percent, and 5 percent consecutively for the next three years and then 4 percent thereafter. What is the difference in interest rates between ten-year AT&T bonds and ten-year Treasury...

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Critical thinking is an important part of problem solving, decision making, and everyday life. So, what is critical thinking and why is it so important? Prepare a 700-word memo to yourself on critical thinking in which you include the following: • Explain critical thinking. • Provide an example from your personal experience of critical thinking applied to a business decision. • Discuss the importance and benefits of using critical thinking. • Relate the importance and benefits of critical thinking to the example provided. • Discuss ways you might use critical thinking in your...

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The height of a certain hill (in feet) is given by, $$h(x,y)=10(2xy-3x^2-4y^2-18x+28y+12)$$ where *y* is the distance (in miles) north, x the distance east of South Hadley. (a) Where is the top of the hill located? (b) How high is the hill? (c) How steep is the slope (in feet per mile) at a point 1 mile north and one mile east of South Hadley? In what direction is the slope steepest, at that point?

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**Question 1,** A flexible wire PQRS, of total length 14 metres, is bent into a three-edged planar shape, and its ends P, S placed at the edge of a disc of radius 8 metres with centre O, as shown in the diagram below. (The arc PS is not part of the wire.) The end-segments PQ and RS of the wire lie along straight lines through O, while the arc QR forms part of a circle with centre O and subtends an angle x (in radians) at O.   This question concerns the area A enclosed between the wire and the edge of the disc which is shown shaded below. This area can be expressed by A = f(x),...

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Children Need to Play Summary/Response We will be working on this assignment for the next three units. In this unit, we will focus on the summary. In Unit 9, we will focus on the strong response. Unit 10 is designed to provide time for revision. The paper will be due at the end of Unit #10. Purpose: Most of us use critical reading strategies everyday to effectively process all of the information we are consistently bombarded with. This assignment allows you continue to explore ideas of reading and writing rhetorically, as you will use different strategies to write your summary and...

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15_SOC 120 Week 2 Assignment 2 Ethical (Moral) Relativism - GM In America, many are comfortable describing ethics as follows: Well, whats right for me is right for me and whats right for you is right for you. Lets just agree to disagree. This is an affirmation of what philosophers call individual or subjective moral relativism. In this understanding of relativism, morality is a matter of individual feelings and personal preference. In individual moral relativism, the determination of what is right and wrong in a situation varies according to the individual. Moral relativists do not...

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Erin Potts Professor Benner HSM 345 July 22, 2013 Week 2 Assignment You must answer the following questions with regards to the chapters discussed in class. You can submit your completed assignment through blackboard. Your answers should be at least 1 paragraph long which is 4-5 sentences. 1. List 3 themes that havecontributed tothe way intelligence has developed in the United States. Please be detailed with your answer and list whatrole each theme you select has played. Besides the 2. In your own words brieflysummarize what is meant by the term"Intelligence Community" and whatis the...

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**HCS 325 Complete Course** **Week 1** Individual Assignment: Roles and Functions Paper Prepare a 300+ word paper based on your readings for this week describing your definition of the role and application of management functions used by todays health care managers. Consider the following: What is the most important role or function for a health care manager? What is the most significant aspect related to health care management that you want to gain by taking this class? Use a minimum of two references to support your paper. **Discussion Questions** There are four cyclic steps...

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HCS 325 All Assignments Week 1 Individual Assignment: Roles and Functions Paper Prepare a 300+ word paper based on your readings for this week describing your definition of the role and application of management functions used by todays health care managers. Consider the following: What is the most important role or function for a health care manager? What is the most significant aspect related to health care management that you want to gain by taking this class? Use a minimum of two references to support your paper. Week 2 Individual Assignment: Effective...

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RES 342 Complete Course Week 1 Assignments from the E-Text Prepare answers to the following assignments from the e-text, Applied Statistics in Business and Economics, by Doane and Seward: Chapter 8 Chapter Exercises 8.48 and 8.64 Hypothesis Identification Article Analysis Use the UOP Online Library or the Electronic Reading Reserve (ERR) to locate a peer-reviewed article that reports original research and pertains to a specific, stated hypothesis that was used to validate a research study. Use "major databases (eg - ProQuest)" in the Online Collection, and the key search...

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RES 342 Complete Course Week 1 1.Assignments from the E-Text Prepare answers to the following assignments from the e-text, Applied Statistics in Business and Economics, by Doane and Seward: Chapter 8 Chapter Exercises 8.48 and 8.64 2.Hypothesis Identification Article Analysis Use the UOP Online Library or the Electronic Reading Reserve (ERR) to locate a peer-reviewed article that reports original research and pertains to a specific, stated hypothesis that was used to validate a research study. Use "major databases (eg - ProQuest)" in the Online Collection, and the key search...

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Associate Program Material ETH 125 Aging and Disability Worksheet Part I Identify 2 or 3 issues faced by the aging population. 1. 3 out of 5 Baby Boomers haven't saved enough for their retirement. This is a problem for fairly obvious reasons. Retirement won't be much fun without some extra money for movies, travel and other forms of entertainment and recreation. They may have to cut back on expenditures for such items as heat, air conditioning, certain healthy foods, dental care and other health care items. 2. Many people retire with the same eating habits they had as...

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BHM320-Management of Health Programs BHM 320 Module 2 SLP Organizational Design, Culture, and Adaptation SLP: Second Part Many healthcareprograms have modified theiroperational design and culture to one of being patient-centered while being fiscally viable. As part of your interview of a healthcare manager or executive selected for module 1 discuss howthe programwas or will betransformed to be patient-centered. In your discussion please address the following questions. wastheprogram restructured or reengineered to adapt to internal and external factors impacting it? 2....

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A+ SOlution Philosophy 1. Analytical Assignment (worth 15% of total grade) The Frankfurt article is in the Reading folder on blackboard. It might have been expected that no problem would be of more central and persistent concern to philosophers than that of understanding what we ourselves essentially are. Frankfurt Our current aim is to track human nature. To figure out what a robust moral theory can do for us, implies knowing something about us. Frankfurt gives us an account that differentiates persons from non-persons, morally responsible agents from morally...

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MBA 283- The potential risks in a real estate investment 1. The potential risks in a real estate investment include: (A) Liquidity risk, capital markets risk, legislative risk (B) Business risk, financial risk, management risk (C) Interest rate risk, environment risk, market risk (D) All of the above 2. What legal document coveys title from one person to another person (A) Mortgage (B) Deed (C) Note (D) Easement 3. If two investments are compared over time and there appears to be no relationship whatsoever between them, what is the likely value of their coefficient of correlation (A) 1 (B)...

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Biology 205 Study Guide for Exam 1A Know whatdisease-causing microorganisms are calledPathogens What is the term for microorganisms that do not have a nucleus in their cells? Prokaryotes Which organisms are considered to be microorganisms?Bacteria, Fungi, Algae, Helminthes, Protozoans, and Virus How are viruses different from other microbes? Size, it needs a cell to reproduce Know Antonie van Leeuwenhoeks contribution to microbiology first to observe living microbes-His single-lens magnified up to 300X What are the levels of biological classification, from most general to most specific?...

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RES 342 Week 5 DQs What is the purpose of forecasting? Why are forecasts not always correct? What are the limitations of forecasting? Why is the trend commonly thought to be the most important component of forecasting? How is the linear trend method related to linear regression? Why are simple moving averages and weighted averages commonly used forms of forecasting? Whats the most important concept youve learned from this course that you can take away and use in either your work or personal life? Is forecasting important in your organization. What are the limitations of forecasting...

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RES 342 Week 5 Assignments from the E-Text Prepare answers to the following assignments from the e-text, Applied Statistics in Business and Economics, by Doane and Seward: Chapter 12 Chapter Review #1 Chapter Exercises 12.48 and 12.50 Chapter 13 Chapter Exercises 13.30 and 13.32 Chapter 14 Chapter Exercise 14.16 Applying Time Series Methodologies Simulation Complete the simulation Applying Time Series Methodologies located on your student website. During the third cycle of the simulation, you will need to make a decision regarding sales forecasts for Blues...

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What are ethics? How do you mediate personal ethics when they differ from a company's ethics? What are some methods for exploring and researching a company's ethics and values? Please remember to: Take a position on the issue (that is, answer the question directly) Define the theories and concepts Practical applications/examples Pleasedon't forget text citations anda reference page for any material you directly quote or borrow from another source. Remember to define terms/concepts and include practical applications from your work experience or the real business world. "Ethics are...

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University of Phoenix Material COM 156 What's Wrong with This Document? The document below is the first page in the body of an assignment that must be consistent with APA guidelines. Identify and correct deviations from APA guidelines in the document.

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A Speaking Engagement Aaron Dummer 2/24/97 Period 5 I would go to Russia. I would speak on Government. This is what I would say: I am here today to tell you about freedom. I am here to tell you about independence. I am here to let you know about something called a Constitutional Democracy. ...

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A+ Solution Choose a war that interests you based on the following choices; Vietnam War, American Civil War, World War I, or World War II. Come up with a thesis question relates to whatever your choice of war from above. The question has to be research the answer(s) to it, and your thesis will emerge as whatever is the reasoned answer you find to the thesis question. Once you have a thesis question, argue for or against it and should be supported with multiple historical examples. These may be drawn from any combination of sources: books; electronic books; encyclopedia articles;...

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University of Phoenix Material COM 156 What's Wrong with This Document? The document below is the first page in the body of an assignment that must be consistent with APA guidelines. Identify and correct deviations from APA guidelines in the document. Returning to School Page 1 Learning new skills and knowledge is something that is required every day in my job. Currently, I am not eligible for promotions because I don't have the...

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TITLE: Abortions. What's That All About? COURSE: English 112 Composition In the world one will find many controversial topics and amongst them abortion is one of the most common topic. As in older days it was not a big issue, but as there is increase in population than the number of abortions increases rapidly. I don't support that abortion should be legalized, but it has been founded that in some countries it is being legalized. I strongly believe that abortion should be illegal and it should never be legalized. My arguments regarding that why abortion should not be legalized...

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Week 2 Bullying BSHS/325 What exactly is bullying? Bullying is analyzed as instances wherein a person or a group exploits power on other people. Bullying involves exploitation and injustice. The person inflicted feels endangered and agonized. Bully is a concern in which influences numerous students. 1 out of 4 students are bullied and up to 43% have experienced online bullying. Bullying can ultimately lead to death (suicide) of the victims. Children in which are bullied are more susceptible in feeling anxiety, depression, loneliness sadness, loss of determination and...

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A+Solution Chapters 2, 3, & 4 Discussion Questions Chapter 2 1.Discuss the role of top management in setting organizational direction. 2.How might a company's goals for employee development be related to its goals for innovation and change? To goals for productivity? Can you discuss ways these types of goals might conflict in an organization? 3.What is a goal for the class for which you are reading this text? Who established this goal? Discuss how the goal affects your direction and motivation. 4.What is the difference between a goal and a strategy as defined in the...

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ETHC 445 Principles of Ethics Complete Course and Final Exam Week 1 Week 1 Discussion 1 Helen wants to move to a new community, and she is applying for a job with a small retail establishment. She is confident that she is fully qualified and will be able to perform well if she gets the job. The employer, however, has advertised for someone with three years of retail experience, and Helen only has two-and-a-half years. She is considering whether to exaggerate slightly on her resume in order to improve her chances of getting the job. Week 1 Discussion 2 The study of Ethics and...

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The Ethics of Prayer and Spiritual Care HCS 435 Spirituality Health & Healing (6 Pages Words) The Ethics of Prayer and Spiritual Care What should I do if a patient or their family asks me to pray with them? I feel when it comes to praying with my patient or their family, first I would ask what they would feel comfortable with since all religions are different. Then, I would ask them to pray with me sharing their thoughts and feelings about whatever the situation is. Showing my patient that they are not alone no matter what is going to happen. What should I do if patients or their...

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What Makes a Good Leader? Patricia Castillo BSHS 485 August 8, 2016 Tim Nolan What Makes a Good Leader? The art of becoming a good leader requires high-level skill and competence. The responsibility bestowed upon a particular person to lead people at whatever level comes with its challenges. For an individual to be recognized and appreciated as an effective leader comes with absolute adherence to the set rules of conduct required of a leader. A good leader is someone who is visionary and sets high standards for achieving their goals and objectives (Acha, Hargiss, & Howard, 2013). A...

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RN TO BSN PROGRAM Ethical And Legal Aspects Of Nursing Practice 1. Professional Liability Insurance A. Definition. B. Go to your employer and ask whether nurses are allowed or encouraged to obtain their own personal liability insurance? ( In my work is optional ) C. If yes or no, what are your feelings in regards to their answer.(Whatever you want to write) D. Do you have personal liability insurance? ( No ) 2. Patient Abandonment / Assignment Refusal A. What are your thoughts on both subjects? B. What warrants you as a nurse to refuse an assignment? C. What steps would you...

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PHI 200 Complete Course Week 1 Discussion Questions What is Philosophy Most people have views that are strongly influenced and informed by philosophy, often without realizing it. Identify a view you havewhether on politics, religion, science, culture, or even the media and entertainmentthat might be regarded as being related to philosophy. What kind of reasons do you have for holding that belief? What figure from the history of philosophy section do you think might have some views that are similar, or at least relevant, to your own? Explain why you chose that particular...

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HCS 325 Week 2 Individual Assignment: Effective Communication Paper Few healthcare workplaces today can be considered true boundaryless organizations. Workplace trends within and outside healthcare are requiring employees to connect with an ever-widening array of co-workers, consultants, off-site employees, and other resources. Whatever form a boundaryless organization takes, sharing knowledge is critical to the organizations success. Prepare a 700+ paper in which you consider ways in which your organization currently shares knowledge and/or involves employees in formulating...

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Week 3 - DQ 2 What is an example of a business communications goal? What are at least two appropriate media strategies to achieve these goals? How might you determine whether or not these strategies are effective? Response #1 What is an example of a business communications goal? Some of the common examples of business goals for companies are increasing their market share by whatever percent for following year, reducing the overall budget costs; increasing the revenue of the company, increase the customer satisfaction of such goals. The tactical steps to attain the above...

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Short Critical Reflection Paper INF103 (GSD1325D) Social networks allow people to connect for a variety of reasons in a digital environment. You might join LinkedIn to meet business contacts, MySpace to find a band member, or Facebook to see pictures of old friends and meet new ones. Whatever environment you decide to be a part of, posting information about you has become an issue of concern. What are those concerns? I mean what is the big deal about privacy? I believe there are several concerns when it comes to privacy online, but they really boil down to stalking and...

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Week 3 - DQ 2 What is an example of a business communications goal? What are at least two appropriate media strategies to achieve these goals? How might you determine whether or not these strategies are effective? Response #1 What is an example of a business communications goal? Some of the common examples of business goals for companies are increasing their market share by whatever percent for following year, reducing the overall budget costs; increasing the revenue of the company, increase the customer satisfaction of such goals. The tactical steps to attain the above...

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POSITION PAPER ON AN ISSUE OVERVIEWThis essay is about one of the issues facing the community of nations in the 21st century. You be discussing the issue throughout the semester on Blackboard, and at the end of the semester you will have a panel discussion about the issue. By researching and writing the essay, you will give yourself the background that you need to persuasively the topic on line and in your panel. THE TOPICS—ONE OF WHICH IS YOURSAIDS in Africa disarmament Global energy policy Economic and development issues Nuclear Non-proliferation Global...

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A+Solution Philosophy 333 assignment Write 7 pages for this assignment. APA with minimum 8 references! Assignment 4: Critical Essay 1. Choose an issue in professional ethics that pertains either to professionals generally or to a particular type of professional. 2. Write a critical essay aiming to resolve the issue you pose by following A Strategy for Understanding, Developing, and Presenting Moral Arguments (given in the Course Manual). The main task of professional ethics is to recognize, analyze, and answer moral issues encountered by professionals (in our society and...

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A+ Solution Step 1 Choose a topic. Your topic must be a social issue. Whatever you choose it has to be something that affects people on some level and it has to be somewhat controversial. In other words, there has to be opposing viewpoints on your topic. Example topic: same-sex marriage laws in the United States. This topic affects the lives of people and there are differing opinions/viewpoints on the subject. Step 2 Research your topic. Look for the arguments and evidence on both sides of the issue. You may use the internet, but be aware of the types of sites that you are getting...

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What I eat cannot be considered a diet of any type. I usually eat whatever is available at the house and some of what is left over to work for my lunch. Since my wife and I both work only on different shifts maintaining any type of diet is impossible. I work swing shift while she works the morning shift, so lately I do all my own cooking. The recommendation I received from the Food Guide Pyramid is totally off from what I am consuming at the present moment. The recommendations are for me to eat or aim for at least five ounces of whole grains, to vary my veggies, and to aim for eight...

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MKT 421 Week 5 Complete (Marketing Plan) . MKT 421 WEEK 5 DQ 1 Florida's Department of Citrus and a coalition of consumer groups have launched an attack on your company for deceptive marketing because your company markets its SunShine drink as fruit juice even though the drink contains less than 5% fruit juice. Marketing SunShine drink as a fruit juice leads parents to believe that they are purchasing a healthy juice for their children. What ethical and moral issues are involved in this situation? Should these issues affect the marketing of SunShine drink? Explain why...

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MKT 421 (Marketing Plan) Week 1 MKT 421 WEEK 1 DQ 1 Assume you are the newly hired marketing manager of a company. As you spend time with other peer marketing managers, you realize that the company does not place an emphasis on planning within the marketing organization. Why is planning important in marketing? What are the essential components of a marketing plan? How would you convince your supervisor that the marketing department should produce formal marketing plans? MKT 421 WEEK 1 DQ 2 Select an organization with which you are familiar. How does your selected...

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What are the similarities and differences between promotional push strategies and promotional pull strategies? What is an example of a situation in which an organization would use a push strategy? What is an example of a situation in which an organization would use a pull strategy? Twodifferentstrategies thatcan be used to get a product, or service, to market are promotional pushing or promotional pulling. Promotional pushing is a "strategy that involves taking the product directly to the customer via whatever means to ensure the customer is aware of your brand at the point of purchase."...

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A+ Grade Work Ashford University INF 103 Week 3 Assignment 2 - Short Critical Reflection Paper After reading Chapters 6-7 and then critically thinking and reflecting on the information, please select three of the questions below to answer. Your responses should be a minimum of a paragraph (125-175 words) per question, be grammatically correct, and demonstrate through intelligent use of quotes, facts, and figures that you have learned from the assigned chapters. Searching for information on Google is like trying to find a needle in a haystack. Is that true? Was the library of the...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**EEE 120 Simulation Lab 4 - The Microprocessor** Task 4-1: Build the Brainless Central Processing Unit Include a picture of your Logisim Brainless Central Processing Unit circuit here: Figure 1. Brainless Central Processing Unit JCC Task 4-2: Test and Control the Brainless Central Processing Unit Perform the testing procedures outlined in the laboratory manual and fill in the blanks below. (Note that these questions appear in the text of the laboratory manual.) · Record the first number placed on the data bus here: 5 · What do the following...

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ETHC 445 Principles of Ethics All Discussions Week 1-7 Week 1 Discussion 1 Helen wants to move to a new community, and she is applying for a job with a small retail establishment. She is confident that she is fully qualified and will be able to perform well if she gets the job. The employer, however, has advertised for someone with three years of retail experience, and Helen only has two-and-a-half years. She is considering whether to exaggerate slightly on her resume in order to improve her chances of getting the job. Week 1 Discussion 2 The study of Ethics and Philosophy is...

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Values Reflection An individual's core values are something that help shape, and define that person as an individual, or leader. It is important to remember that whatever your values are you should not compromise them for any sort of reason, for to compromise your values is to destroy who you are and what you believe in. Loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor integrity and personal courage. In the U.S. Army Non Commissioned Officer handbook you will find those listed as what is needed to be a great leader. Before my time in the Army the only value I ever had was respect,...

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Daniel Munro 10-29-16 BA422 Week #9 Questions - Explain what is meant by Creative Imagery ? Creative Imagery is important to use (ideally) in order to gain the prospects attention interest and generate desire simultaneously. - What are the approach techniques for opening a presentation ? explain each. 1. Prospect/Customer: The first step in the selling process requires a salesperson to determine which person or organization they will call upon by using either money, authority, or desire to gain incentive 2. PreApproach/Planning: This step involves planning what you want to achieve and...

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**Susan Feinman is publisher of _The Chronicle Gazette_, a leading newspaper in a** **major metropolitan area. Her paper has a paid circulation of 225,000 customers.** **It is a first-rate newspaper and over the years, its writers have won awards for** **their work.** **Susans big problem is that there has been a steady decline in subscriptions to** **the newspaper. In the past eight years, subscriptions have fallen by a total of** **35%. Because subscriptions have fallen, advertising revenue has also dropped ** **by 28%. Susan knows that declining subscriptions and revenues are...

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THE ROLE OF MULTICULTURALISM IN AMERICAN SOCIETY Dear Student Pls remove this section and add Student's name, Course, Instructor etc. i.e. whatever is required in your university Contents:- What is Multiculturalism? Brouhahas and Controversies The future of Multiculturalism References This paper has the above subheadings, has a separate reference page and contains 4 pages besides the cover (this page) and reference page. APA 6.0 formatted. Font Times New Roman; Size 12. What is Multiculturalism? Multiculturalism is the concept of people from different geographical...

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Frames have, since HTML , been omitted from the "strict" doctypes (read about doctypes at). While frames are still permitted through the use of the "frameset" doctype, their use is generally considered deprecated by the web design community. What is it about frames that makes them undesirable in the design of a website? What have they been replaced by? In one of my post last week I included an attachment of a website I made and though incomplete the front page is a frame. For whatever, browser you all were using I ask did it display in a friendly manner or was it off. I had a heck of a...

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Definintion of Crime Prevention Unit 2 Writing assignment CJ212 (2 Pages 757 Words) In the following essay I will discuss my own definition of crime prevention, the relationship of crime prevention to the criminal justice system, and talk about two or more institutions through which crime prevention programs and practices are delivered. To make a definition of crime prevention in my own words is actually pretty easy. I believe crime prevention means to stop a crime before it is committed. Of course that is my definition in a nut shell. The long explanation would be that I believe crime...

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A+Solution ENGL 111 English Composition Statewide Online Course Writing Project 2: Rhetorical Analysis Paper Overview: For Writing Project 2, you will return to the core reading you wrote about in Writing Project 1. Your purpose this time is to investigate how the core reading is put together paying attention to linguistic and rhetorical elements such as language, style, structure, imagery, evidence, authorial credibility, intended audience, etc.in order to analyze how the author moves his or her readers to feel certain ways, agree or disagree with certain conclusions, understand...

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Week 4, DQ2: Persuasion v. Manipulation What is the difference between persuasion and manipulation? How do arguments affect the difference? How does language affect the difference? RESPONSE 1 I find that if I have a point of view that I want someone to agree with, it comes down to a) the issue, and b) the end result. As parents we persuadeour children all the time. For example, I will persuade my oldest in how I want her to spend her hard earned allowance. Let's say she has saved up some money, and it took her a while to get there, and she wanted to buy some candy...

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Week 4, DQ2: Persuasion v. Manipulation What is the difference between persuasion and manipulation? How do arguments affect the difference? How does language affect the difference? RESPONSE 1 I find that if I have a point of view that I want someone to agree with, it comes down to a) the issue, and b) the end result. As parents we persuadeour children all the time. For example, I will persuade my oldest in how I want her to spend her hard earned allowance. Let's say she has saved up some money, and it took her a while to get there, and she wanted to buy some candy...

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University of Phoenix Material Media Convergence Worksheet Write brief 250- to 300-word answers to each of the following: Questions Answers What is meant by the term media convergence with regard to technology, and how has it affected everyday life? The term media convergence with regard to technology means new media coming together. Back in the day they did not have technology like we do now. When it came to the news if they did not have television they had to listen to the radio but now they can just look it up on internet from a tablet, phone or computer. Also that goes to...

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Morality Without God PHI208: Ethics and Moral Reasoning Instructor Michael Hermon Ashford University 25 November 2013 Morality Without God In a world full of freedom, people have the reigns to believe in whatever they choose. So, there are many people who do not hold any particular faith or belief in a god or deity. Can someone be moral without believing in God? Some people may argue that you cannot lead a moral life without such religious beliefs, but the purpose of this paper is to show you otherwise. One way to define morals is as concerns in human behavior between what is right...

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Week 5 DQ 1 Social Media In one paragraph supported by your text and other research, give your opinion on whether or not employees have the right to use social media to make negative statements about their employers online. The freedom of speech is something that every individual earned as a person meaning they can say whatever they want to say as long as they are not hurting anyone else. This is true even for employees who want to express some sentiments and point of views and this has been getting more popular and common through different social media sites. There are rules...

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Social media has a great impact on today's world. It is connecting friends and families and business organizations and companies in different ways. Now it is also trying to make an impact on E-commerce. Professionals in e-commerce industry have seen how people are changing their interest towards social sharing. Not only the website traffic has increased but also the people coming through these websites to buy are actually buying. When it comes to e-commerce and social media strategy, people start thinking what is going to work and which strategy will not work. They start doing everything...

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FIN 534 Homework Chapter 11   1. Which of the following statements is CORRECT? a. An externality is a situation where a project would have an adverse effect on some other part of the firms overall operations. If the project would have a favorable effect on other operations, then this is not an externality. b. An example of an externality is a situation where a bank opens a new office, and that new office causes deposits in the banks other offices to decline. c. The NPV method automatically deals correctly with externalities, even if the externalities are not specifically identified,...

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Communication Law and Ethics Name BCOM/405 Date Instructor Name Legally Protected Speech What is Speech? Is it the freedom to say whatever you want without worries of any kind? Does it include thought or individual expression? Merriam-Webster's Online Dictionary defines free speech as "speech that is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution; also: the right to such speech". (Merriam-Webster, Inc., 2011). The meaning of speech in this instance is verbal, written, or artistic expression. And, although their forms are considered protected there are a...

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"What is it that differentiates human beings most revealingly? Some say it is their varying degrees of compassion; others say it is amounts of prudence; still others, people's differing appreciations of beauty, or whatever makes them angry. And there are other possibilities worth considering. But in truth nothing is so revealing as a person's sense of humor." It is not very hard to notice the many differences between people. There are thousands of things that differentiate us. Appearance is of course the most obvious but in reality appearance does little to actually...

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Communication Law and Ethics Name BCOM/405 Date Instructor Name Legally Protected Speech What is Speech? Is it the freedom to say whatever you want without worries of any kind? Does it include thought or individual expression? Merriam-Webster's Online Dictionary defines free speech as "speech that is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution; also: the right to such speech". (Merriam-Webster, Inc., 2011). The meaning of speech in this instance is verbal, written, or artistic expression. And, although their forms are considered protected there are a...

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You must attend a live play performance this semester. Your paper should be typed 12 pt, double spaced. You must use Microsoft Word or richtext. If you do not, your work will not be accepted & you will receive a grade of "0."State Your dramatic Premise FIRST in the paper. Here are the areas to be covered: TEXT is composed of the language the playwright chose. The obvious arena of discussion of text lies in PLOT. The major events of plot comprise the summary. In this summary you should mention the CENTRAL CHARACTER (the one who undergoes the most change) the setting (place) & time span &...

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Philosophy 2205B Date: March 07, 1997 Questions Concerning Omnipotence n Aquinas, Mavrodes, Frankfurt and Kenny Reading Assignment #9 1. Define Omnipotence. Does it mean to be able to do anything at all or to simply be the "most" powerful being. 2. Does Decartes response involving Gods free will to change the laws (that He created) at least in principle, successfully reply to all questions of Gods Omnipotence? For example, if He...

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How has the electronic age affected business communication channels? There have been a lot of communication types in the future and it even increased after the electronic age started. To illustrate it, let me use my story at my office where I started when I was just 18. My job during those times allows me to receive memos and those memos are written in hard paper which we need to keep for record keeping. Today, those memos are no longer needed because memos are now being sent out through email. IF people used to bring their notebooks during meetings, today people just have their...

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Week 4 DQ 1 - Due Day 2- Wednesday: Why do you listen to music? Do any of these reasons include energization, relaxation, and mood alteration? How can music be used to alter arousal levels? Most of the people love music and there are some who are so fond of music that they always listen to it. They listen to music for various reasons such as for relaxing, altering their mood, energizing or as an escape. Some children who were abused in their childhood listened to music for forgetting things which were happening in their life. Music helps in altering mood and it takes on from a bad mood to...

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5\. Florida Car Wash is considering a new project whose data are shown below. The equipment to be used has a 3-year tax life, would be depreciated on a straight-line basis over the projects 3-year life, and would have a zero salvage value after Year 3. No new working capital would be required. Revenues and other operating costs will be constant over the projects life, and this is just one of the firms many projects, so any losses on it can be used to offset profits in other units. If the number of cars washed declined by 40% from the expected level, by how much would the projects NPV...

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Final Exam - 10 questions based on your readings 1) Negotiation is created to do the following: a) Create something new that neither party could do on his or her own b) Resolve a problem or dispute between the parties. c) Both A & B 2) Working interdependently allows parties to achieve a possible outcome that is better than they could achieve by working on their own. True or False 3) It is not important to recognize that negotiation is a process that transforms over time, and mutual adjustment is one of the key causes of the changes that occur during a negotiation. True or...

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Potential Legal Issues and Recommendations BSA 502 Date Submitted Kudler Fine Foods main objective is to provide quality products to each of its customers. Kudler Fine Food strives to offer unique food products and top notch customer service to ensure that exceeds the standards or the norms of their competition. The organization has a huge customer base and products listing so it is imperative that Kudler Fine Foods understands how to handle any legal issues that may arise; especially those in regards to product liability. Kudler Fine Foods offers unique and specialized...

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**ECO 415 Week 4** **Individual** Hello, Im Your Motivational Speaker You are renowned business guru and motivational speaker Mai Biz. You have been contracted by a prestigious national business organization to deliver a two part seminar on a couple of todays hottest business topics: competitive advantage and international business. **Create** a full 1,750- to 2,100-word transcript of your planned speech to meet the organizations request. **Address** the following questions for each topic: **Topic 1: Achieving Competitive Advantage** * How does the creation of value lead to...

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ECO 415 Week 3 Individual Assignment Let's Talk Money Individual Lets Talk Money Interview Transcript Create a 1,050- to 1,400-word fictitious dialogue that takes place during a segment of Lets Talk Money, a fictitious TV talk show that interviews prominent individuals in the business community. During the segment, the shows host, a government official, and a business savvy CEO discuss the relationship between the government, the economy, and the company selected from the following list: Pepsi-Cola Company Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Lowes Starbucks Coffee Company Barnes &...

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ECO 415 Week 4 Individual Hello, Im Your Motivational Speaker You are renowned business guru and motivational speaker Mai Biz. You have been contracted by a prestigious national business organization to deliver a two part seminar on a couple of todays hottest business topics: competitive advantage and international business. Create a full 1,750- to 2,100-word transcript of your planned speech to meet the organizations request. Address the following questions for each topic: Topic 1: Achieving Competitive Advantage How does the creation of value lead to competitive...

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ECON 210 The financial crisis of 2008 has caused macroeconomists to rethink monetary and fiscal policies. Economists, financial experts, and government policy makers are victims of what former Fed chairman Alan Greenspan called a "once in a century credit tsunami"-in other words, nobody saw it coming. Based on the analysis of the data, share your thoughts on what caused the financial crisis and whether the United States is going in the right or wrong direction with its current policies. Focus specifically on the following: Monetary policy What monetary policies do you think caused...

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ECO 365 WEEK 3 DQ 1 What are the conditions for a perfectly competitive market? What are the conditions for a monopolistic market? What are the conditions for a monopolistic competitive market? What are the conditions for an oligopolistic market? How would you explain the differences among these market structures? Identify which market structure your organization competes in and why you think so. ECO 365 WEEK 3 DQ 2 What conditions exist when economic profits are maximized? What is the difference between economic and accounting profits? How could you graphically illustrate economic...

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ECO 365 (Principles of Microeconomics) Week 3 ECO 365 Week 3 DQ 1 What are the conditions for a perfectly competitive market? What are the conditions for a monopolistic market? What are the conditions for a monopolistic competitive market? What are the conditions for an oligopolistic market? How would you explain the differences among these market structures? Identify which market structure your organization competes in and why you think so. ECO 365 Week 3 DQ 2 What conditions exist when economic profits are maximized? What is the difference between economic and...

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Question details: Week Five What are the benefits of a comprehensive juvenile justice strategy? What aspects of a comprehensive strategy contribute to those benefits? What are the drawbacks to implementing a comprehensive juvenile justice? Answer: Even on a juvenile level, the system has the ability to teach future adults about the ability to "eschew one group over another (the state vs. the juvenile)". Hopeful, this important third edict of American law and the ability of first contact (the police) will deter most juveniles from further aberrant behavior against the aim of society and...

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A+ Grade Solution UNV 103 Week 9 Module 7 Extended Journal: Planning for Success Topic: Ensuring Your Success Throughout this course you have written several journals in response to a variety of different writing prompts relating to the module topics and objectives. Your final journal entry will be an extended journal entry in which you will chronicle various events in your life leading from enrolling at GCU, through program completion, and career success. Required Materials: Writing Journal Entries Tutorial Microsoft Word Instructions: Respond to the...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**FIN 300 Bond and Stock Problems** A City of Tempe muni bond has a yield of 3.4%. 1. What is the tax equivalent yield for an investor in the 25% tax bracket compared to an investor in the35% tax bracket? 2. What would you be willing to pay for a $1000 par, 6% coupon bond with 15years until maturity if you wanted to earn a return of 7%? What if you only needed to earn a return of 5%? What if you wanted to earn 6%? 3. If you purchase a $1000 par value bond for $1025 that has a 7 5/8% coupon rate and 15 years until maturity, what will your annual return...

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Terrorism Worksheet 1. How does literature on guerrilla warfare and counterinsurgency directly apply to the post-9/11 terrorist problem faced by the U.S.? 2. In his testimony before the 9/11 Commission, Steven Emerson stated that the attackers were militant Islamic terrorists. What led him to that conclusion and how does it relate to Americas strategy in the war on terror? 3. What are the five conditions necessary for a strong moral case for U.S. preemption, according to Brad Roberts? Does the author agree with all five of these conditions? 4. What is a false flag operation, why...

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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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Exercise 10: Acid/Base Balance Worksheet Assignment Due: Week 1 Student instructions: Follow the step-by-step instructions for this exercise found in your text and record your answers in the spaces below. Submit this completed document by the assignment due date found in the Syllabus. Please make sure that your answers are typed in RED. Please type your Name and Student ID Number here: Respiratory Acidosis and Alkalosis Activity 2a: Hyperventilation Run 1 1. At 20 seconds, pH = 2. At 40 seconds, pH = 3. At 60 seconds, pH = 4. Maximum pH = 5. Did the pH level of the blood change at all...

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1. Learning Team Assignment: International Trade Simulation and Report   * Resources: Applying International Trade Concepts simulation and _Principles of Economics_ * Write a 1,050- to 1,750-word report in which you address the following:   * List at least one advantage and one limitations of International Trade as identified in the simulation. * Identify four key points from the reading assignments that were emphasized in the simulation. * Define absolute and comparative advantage. * Describe the influences affecting foreign exchange rates. * As a team, debate the issues...

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COMM 208 Business Writing Essentials Week 1 Individual Customer Service Complaint Response Think of a negative customer service experience you endured or heard or read about. As the customer service manager, how would you respond to the complaint in writing? Consider how the communication was received. Was it by letter, e-mail, or phone call? Write a 200- to 350-word memo in response to the customer complaint. Describe the complaint, reiterate what is considered good customer service, and explain the importance of effective business communication to customers and within the...

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1. Learning Team Assignment: Channel and Pricing Strategies * Select a second country as the international market for your product. Your home country was selected in Week Two. * Develop channel and pricing strategies for your product launch, and include both your domestic and international markets. * Write a 1,400- to 1,750-word paper completing the following: * Justify your choice of international market. The justification should employ specific data from research conducted. * What is the sustainability of the market? * What are the factors that influence your selected...

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What is the break-even point? What decisions does the break-even point help an organization make? What actions might an underperforming organization take to reach the break-even point?

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PHL 443 Week 1 Individual Philosophical Questions Responses Individual Philosophical Questions Responses Write a 200- to 300-word response to each of the following questions. Use the assigned readings as a basis on which to form your opinions. What role do metaphors play in helping people understand the concept of artificial intelligence? Do you agree that the brain is a so-called meat machine? What other metaphors might be applicable to the function of the human brain? How do you think Victor Frankl would answer the question, What does it mean to be human? Examine...

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PHL 443 Week 1 DQs How do machine metaphors relate to our understanding of reality, concepts of knowledge, and values? What are mental phenomena? Learning Team Weekly Summary Individual Philosophical Questions Response Write a 200- to 300-word response to each of the following questions. Use the assigned readings as a basis on which to form your opinions. What role do metaphors play in helping people understand the concept of artificial intelligence? Do you agree that the brain is a so-called meat machine? What other metaphors might be applicable to the function of the...

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ACC 290 Week 4 Individual Week Four Problem Resource: Ch. 4 of Financial Accounting Complete Problem 4-8A. Submit as either a Microsoft Excel or Word document. Learning Team Learning Team Reflection Discuss the objectives for Week Three. How do they relate to the practice of accounting and its uses in business? Prepare closing entries, reversing entries, and a post-closing trial balance. Prepare a financial statement worksheet. Prepare a classified income statement, retained earnings statement, and balance sheet. Write a 350- to 500-word summary of your Learning Teams...

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**_XACC 280 Financial Accounting Concepts and Principles_** __ __ **_Week 1:_** __ **_CheckPoint: Accounting Assumptions, Principles, and Constraints_** Write an essay in 250 to 300 words, including the following: o The basic assumptions of accounting o The principles of accounting o The constraints of accounting o A conclusion stating how you think sound financial reporting depends on principles, assumptions, and constraints. Refer to the U.S. GAAP in your response.   **_CheckPoint: The Accounting Equation_** __ View PhxKlips The Accounting Equation on your student Web...

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**_Discussion Questions_**__ __ **_Week 1 DQs:_** __ In your own words, how would you describe financial accounting? Select two users, one internal and one external, who you think benefit the most from accounting. Explain why and how you think they benefit. Respond to your classmates postings by adding to their definitions of financial accounting. Also, respond to at least one posting that discusses a different user than one you selected. Add to the benefits of accounting for that user or explain how reading your colleagues statements has modified your view of that user. What...

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**_Week 1:_** __ **_CheckPoint: Accounting Assumptions, Principles, and Constraints_** Write an essay in 250 to 300 words, including the following: o The basic assumptions of accounting o The principles of accounting o The constraints of accounting o A conclusion stating how you think sound financial reporting depends on principles, assumptions, and constraints. Refer to the U.S. GAAP in your response.   **_CheckPoint: The Accounting Equation_** __ View PhxKlips The Accounting Equation on your student Web site. Write an explanation of the function of each element in the...

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**_Week 4:_** __ __ **_CheckPoint: Subsidiary Ledgers and Special Journals_**__ Explain in 250 to 300 words, your answers to the following: o What are the advantages of the four different special journals? When would you use each type? o What is a subsidiary ledger and what purpose does it serve? o What is a control account and what purpose does it serve? o Which two general ledger accounts may act as control accounts for a subsidiary ledger? o What are the advantages of using subsidiary ledgers?   **_Assignment: Preparing a Financial Statement Worksheet_**__ Complete E4-1...

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**_Week 3:_** **_CheckPoint: Technological Advancements in Communication_** * **Write** a 200- to 300-word response to the following questions based on Superhero in the Cubicle in the Electronic Reserve Readings: * What technological advancements in communication were discussed in the article? * Choose two communication types and compare and contrast them. How could these be used in your workplace? * Do these technological advancements in communication follow what is traditionally considered business communication? Why? * Due in the assignments tab by Day 5   **_Assignment:...

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**_CheckPoint: Subsidiary Ledgers and Special Journals_**__ Explain in 250 to 300 words, your answers to the following: o What are the advantages of the four different special journals? When would you use each type? o What is a subsidiary ledger and what purpose does it serve? o What is a control account and what purpose does it serve? o Which two general ledger accounts may act as control accounts for a subsidiary ledger? o What are the advantages of using subsidiary ledgers?

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ACC 400 Week 4 DQs Discussion Questions What are some of the various lease options? When would you use one option over the others? What could be the financial impact of this decision? Under which circumstances would you lease versus purchase? What are the criteria that you would use to make this decision? What is the financial impact of this decision? What are the components of the capital structure? What are the differences of these components? How do you determine the optimal mix of the components of the capital structure?

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ACC 421 Week 2 DQs Discussion Questions What are different criteria for recognizing revenue? Why are there so many revenue recognition methods? Why are the methods subjective, and what are the implications on income statement quality? What are the differences between regular and irregular items on an income statement? What are the requirements for items to qualify as irregular? What are some examples of irregular items? What is the effect of irregular items on an investors analysis of a company? What is included in other comprehensive income? Why are items included in other...

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ACC 421 Week 2 Week 2 Individual Assignments From the Text Resource: Intermediate Accounting Write responses to Exercises E2-2, E2-4, and E2-7 in Ch. 2 and Exercise E3-5 in Ch. 3 in Intermediate Accounting. Learning Team Assignments From the Text Resource: Intermediate Accounting Write responses to Problems P3-5 and P3-9 in Ch.3 of Intermediate Accounting. Discussion Questions What are different criteria for recognizing revenue? Why are there so many revenue recognition methods? Why are the methods subjective, and what are the implications on income statement quality? What...

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ACC 423 Week 5 DQs Discussion Questions Why do accountants make errors? What types of errors may occur? Why is it necessary to correct them? What are the ramifications of not correcting errors? What are some examples of counterbalancing errors? What are some examples of no counterbalancing errors? What are the differences between counterbalancing and no counterbalancing errors? How are each handled? Does it matter if the books are closed? Why or why not? Read one of the articles from the selected readings (or you may choose a current article relevant to this week's topic). How does...

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As your case assignment for this module, you are to carefully review this article, and then (in 3-4 pages) prepare your analysis of how Futura Industries implemented the balanced scorecard and its apparent effects. Assignment Expectations:Your analysis should be structured along the lines youve been using this far in these cases: Introduction: Why did Susan Johnson, Futura's President, emphasize the learning and growth perspective over the other balanced scorecard perspectives? Analysis: What specifically does Futura measure, and what types of measurements do they use to evaluate the...

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ACC 490 Week 4 DQs Discussion Questions Why do auditors find it necessary to use sampling? What are the risks associated with sampling? How might these risks affect the audit conclusion? What is the importance of defining the population when performing audit procedures? How would defining the population affect the sample size? How would incorrectly defining the population affect the sampling unit? How does the auditor evaluate the results of audit procedures? What types of qualitative factors might the audit consider when encountering an error? How might the results affect the...

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ACC 490 Week 4 Individual Ch. 8, 10, & 11 Textbook Exercises Resources: Ch. 8, 10, & 11 of Modern Auditing: Assurance Services and the Integrity of Financial Reporting Prepare written answers to the following assignments from Modern Auditing: Assurance Services and the Integrity of Financial Reporting: Ch. 8: Comprehensive Questions 8-16 Analytical procedures Ch. 10: Comprehensive Questions 10-32 Components of Internal Control Ch. 11: Comprehensive Questions 11-21 Assessing Control Risk Learning Team Apollo Shoes Case Assignment Resources: Apollo Shoes Case materials...

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**ECO 415 Week 2 DQs** In what market type would you most prefer to manage a business? Explain why. What skills do you have that would allow you to be especially successful in this market type? In what market type would it be most difficult for you to manage a business? What is it about the competition within this market type that would make success a challenge? How would you characterize the competition (market structure) in the restaurant industry? Are there submarkets? If so, do these submarkets have distinct competitive pressures? How may a restaurant maximize profits?

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**ECO 415 Week 3** **Week 3** **Individual** Lets Talk Money Interview Transcript **Create** a 1,050- to 1,400-word fictitious dialogue that takes place during a segment of Lets Talk Money, a fictitious  TV talk show that interviews prominent individuals in the business community.  During the segment, the shows host, a government official, and a business savvy CEO discuss the relationship between the government, the economy, and the company selected from the following list: * Pepsi-Cola Company * Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. * Lowes® * Starbucks Coffee® Company * Barnes & Noble® ...

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**BIS 219 Complete Course** _BIS 219 Week 1_ **Use of Microsoft SharePoint for Configuration Management in IT Organizations** Approximately 5 pages in length **DQs:** Many organizations now have a members Web site, where customers can keep track of different kinds of information related to the organization, such as Wish Lists or My Favorites. Visit a site that offers this type of service: eBay, Amazon, Dell, and Old Navy are some examples. What types of information does the site collect? How does the business use this information? What kind of competitive advantage, if any, does the...

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**BCOM 275 Week 4 DQs** What keys or tips can raise suspicion about the validity of arguments, presented verbally and in writing? Cite specific examples What is the difference between persuasion and manipulation? How do arguments and language affect the difference? What different persuasive approaches would you use on the following audiences: a boss, a peer, a challenging person, or an open-minded person?   Why would your approach differ? Consider the list titled In Depth: Critical Thinking, The Long Version in Ch.1 of _Critical Thinking_. What do you consider to be the most...

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BCOM 275 Week 4 Individual Knowing Your Audience Paper and Communication Release Resource: Over 30 Workers Trapped After Chilean Copper Mine Collapse article found in the Electronic Reserve Readings Research additional articles and information about the Chilean mine collapse. Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper using this and other articles as a resource. Because communications must be designed with the audience in mind, answer the following questions: What are some considerations to remember given the different roles and people in the audience? What would be the potential needs of the...

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**ACC 290 All Assignments** **Week 1** **Individual** Financial Statements Paper **Write** a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you do the following: Identify the four basic financial statements. Describe the purpose of each of the four financial statements. Discuss how the financial statements would be useful to internal users, such as to managers and employees. Discuss how the financial statements would be useful to external users, such as investors and creditors. **Format** the paper consistent with APA guidelines. **Week 2** **Individual** Week Two Problems and...

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**ACC 290 Week 4 Financial Reporting Problem, Part 1** **Learning Team** Financial Reporting Problem, Part 1 **Browse** the Internet to acquire a copy of the most recent annual report for a publicly traded company. **Analyze** the information contained in the companys balance sheet and income statement to answer the following questions: What are the companys total assets at the end of its most recent annual reporting period? Why is this important? What are the total assets at the end of the previous annual reporting period? How much cash and cash equivalents did the company have at...

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**ACC 290 Week 4** **Individual** Week Four Problem **Resource**: Ch. 4 of _Financial Accounting_ **Complete** Problem 4-8A. **Submit** as either a Microsoft® Excel® or Word document. **Learning Team** Learning Team Reflection **Discuss** the objectives for Week Three. How do they relate to the practice of accounting and its uses in business? Prepare closing entries, reversing entries, and a post-closing trial balance. Prepare a financial statement worksheet. Prepare a classified income statement, retained earnings statement, and balance sheet. **Write** a 350- to 500-word...

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**ACC 421 Week 2** **Individual** Assignments From the Text **Resource:** _Intermediate Accounting_ **Write** responses to Exercises E2-2, E2-4, and E2-7 in Ch. 2 and Exercise E3-5 in Ch. 3 in _Intermediate Accounting_. **Learning Team** Assignments From the Text **Resource:** _Intermediate Accounting_ **Write** responses to Problems P3-5 and P3-9 in Ch.3 of _Intermediate Accounting_. **Discussion Questions** What are different criteria for recognizing revenue? Why are there so many revenue recognition methods? Why are the methods subjective, and what are the implications on income...

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**ACC 423 Week 1 DQs** Why do companies offer stock options? Should stock option compensation be included as an expense when calculating an organizations net income? Explain why or why not. If so, how should the amount of expense be calculated? What are some similarities and differences between common stock and preferred stock? As a shareholder, would you want preferred or common stock? Explain why. As a corporation, would you rather issue preferred or common stock? Explain why. What is the purpose of a stock split? What are some benefits of a stock split for a company? What are some...

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**ACC 423 Week 5** **Individual** Assignments From the Text **Resource:** _Intermediate Accounting_ **Prepare** written responses to the following assignments from the text: Ch. 20: Question 2 & 10 and Exercise E20-7 Ch. 22: Exercise E22-19 **Learning Team** Assignments From the Text **Resource:** _Intermediate Accounting_ **Prepare** written responses to the following assignments from the text: Ch. 20: Problem P20-8 Ch. 22: Problem P22-3 **Learning Team** Problem Presentation **Collaborate** as a team to provide written responses to a facilitator-assigned...

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**HCS 438 All Assignments** **Week 1** Individual Sample of Chart or Graph Find a chart or graph related to the health care field to complete this assignment. The chart or graph should be related to an article or other supporting documentation. Respond to the following questions in bullet format. Use complete sentences. Identify the type of chart or graph and what this type of chart or graph usually depicts. Pie charts, for example, show portions of the whole and line charts show trends over time. Was the proper chart or graph used to present this data? Why or why not? Was this the...

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**HCS 438 Week 4 Analysis of Research Report Paper** Individual Analysis of Research Report Paper Prepare a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you interpret the statistical significance of a study. Select a study in a field of interest; this does not need to be directly related to health care. What statistical procedures are mentioned in the study? What conclusions did the study reach? Are the conclusions appropriate? Why or why not? Are the findings statistically significant? Why or why not? Describe the process you used to make this determination and provide the level of...

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MKT 438 Week 5 DQs How does the lack of cultural understanding impact the coverage of a media issue? How are PR and international politics intertwined? How does PR influence the economy in various countries? What are some examples of possible uses of technology in PR? Does the use of technology as a communication medium dehumanize relationship building? Explain your answer. How might the Internet be used to generate feedback for PR professionals? What responsibility does PR have for an organization's Web site? Explain your answer. Are PR professionals influenced by the political...

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**ACC 490 Week 4 DQs** Why do auditors find it necessary to use sampling?  What are the risks associated with sampling?  How might these risks affect the audit conclusion? What is the importance of defining the population when performing audit procedures?  How would defining the population affect the sample size?  How would incorrectly defining the population affect the sampling unit? How does the auditor evaluate the results of audit procedures?  What types of qualitative factors might the audit consider when encountering an error?  How might the results affect the audit conclusion?

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**LAW 531 All DQs** **Week 1** As we begin our study of law in the business environment, let us think about how the business managers and the lawyers work together to assure that the organization benefits from the law.   For this DQ, (1) select a business activity or issue that has not already been selected by other students and (2) select a business or industry with which you are familiar.   For that business activity in that industry or company, discuss how business managers apply the law that is relevant, and under what circumstances lawyers should become involved. Identify a...

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MGT 230 All DQs Week 1 What are the four functions of management? What do the four functions of management have in common? How do managers at different levels apply the four functions of management? How do the four functions of management affect organizational success? Which function of management do you think is the most important? Why? What is the purpose of environmental scanning? List internal and external environmental factors. How do internal and external factors affect the four functions of management? What are the steps in the decision-making process? What has been...

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MGT 230 Week 1 DQs Discussion Questions What are the four functions of management? What do the four functions of management have in common? How do managers at different levels apply the four functions of management? How do the four functions of management affect organizational success? Which function of management do you think is the most important? Why? What is the purpose of environmental scanning? List internal and external environmental factors. How do internal and external factors affect the four functions of management? What are the steps in the decision-making process? What...

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MGT 230 Week 1 Individual Assignment Decision-Making Process Paper Resource: Ch. 3 of Management: Leading & Collaborating in a Competitive World Identify a time in your life when you had to make a personal or professional decision such as buying a home, changing jobs, enrolling in school, or relocating to another state or region. Write a 700- 1000 word paper in which you discuss your decision-making process. Support your ideas with academic research. Include the following in your paper: Describe each step of your process. How similar was your decision-making process to the...

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MGT 330 Week 1 DQs Briefly explain each of the four functions of management and explain how they are interconnected Why do some managers choose not to delegate? What are the advantages and disadvantages of delegation? What has been your experience with delegation? What did you learn from that experience? What is the purpose of environmental scanning? How has the management of your organization been influenced by external and internal factors? What are the four functions of management? What do the four functions of management have in common? How do managers at different levels...

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MGT 330 Week 1 Individual Assignment: Functions of Management Paper Prepare a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you define the four functions of management (planning, organizing, leading, and controlling). In your paper, include an explanation of how each function relates to your own organization. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines Discussion Questions Briefly explain each of the four functions of management and explain how they are interconnected Why do some managers choose not to delegate? What are the advantages and disadvantages of delegation? What has been...

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MGT 380 Week 2 DQs Discussion Questions What is your employers mission statement or the mission statement of a company in which you are interested? The mission statement may be found on the company Web site. Has the company gone through any organizational changes? Was that change aligned with the companys mission statement? Explain. You are an executive with a company that manufactures and sells pet food. What global occurrences could influence change in your organization? What types of changes should the company make in response to these changes? Why?

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MGT 380 Week 2 Individual Why Organizational Change? Paper Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper using one of the Virtual Organizations or a company with which you have some knowledge. Assume, for the purpose of this assignment, the company may undergo a significant reorganization as well as new pricing for its products or services. Describe the stages of the change transition curve and how this could be reflected in the changes this company may experience. Discuss the influence of the global and internal environments on the need for change. Format your paper consistent...

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MGT 437 Week 4 DQs Discussion Questions What types of risks are inherent in a project? Where do they originate? Can they be mitigated? Can you provide an example of how? What is the concept of earned value? What real life examples would illustrate the earned value concept? How does this approach to performance measurement differ from simply tracking cost or schedule?

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**MGT 380 All DQs** **Week 1** Think of a change that occurred at your place of employment or in a company with which you are familiar. What events occurred during the change? Where do they fall on the change transition curve? Imagine you work for a large corporation that is reducing its workforce.  What factors may have occurred that would lead to change?  What other types of changes could these factors cause? Why are other changes possible? **Week 2** What is your employers mission statement or the mission statement of a company in which you are interested? The mission statement...

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**MGT 380 Week 2** **Individual** Why Organizational Change? Paper Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper using one of the Virtual Organizations or a company with which you have some knowledge. Assume, for the purpose of this assignment, the company may undergo a significant reorganization as well as new pricing for its products or services. Describe the stages of the change transition curve and how this could be reflected in the changes this company may experience. Discuss the influence of the global and internal environments on the need for change. Format your paper consistent with APA...

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**MGT 380 Week 5** **Individual** Implementing Change Paper Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper on the market introduction of a particular consumer product that underwent some sort of change (e.g. product was picked up by another company, new and improved version of the same product, distribution of the product changed). Research on the Internet or University Library. Describe in the paper how the company managed the change process. What strategies did the company use? Were they successful? Was the way in which the change was implemented consistent with the intention of the...

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MGT 449 All DQs Week 1 What is poor quality? What are some effects of poor quality? How do the effects of poor quality affect an organization? What would the world be like without quality? What would be the impact on domestic and global markets? Which factors of globalization are affecting quality? How might globalization affect your product or service and organization as it tries to achieve quality? Week 2 In general, which components of a strategic plan relate to quality? How does an organizations strategic plan incorporate its process improvement plan, which may...

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MGT 449 Week 1 DQs What is poor quality? What are some effects of poor quality? How do the effects of poor quality affect an organization? What would the world be like without quality? What would be the impact on domestic and global markets? Which factors of globalization are affecting quality? How might globalization affect your product or service and organization as it tries to achieve quality?

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MGT 449 Week 1 Individual Assignment: Total Quality Pioneers Paper Resource: Quality Management for Organizational Excellence Write a 750- to 1000-word paper about one of the total quality pioneers mentioned in Ch. 1 of your textbook. Address the following in the paper: Define quality and its elements. Describe how the quality pioneers use of the total quality elements made the pioneer successful. Explain why the elements of quality are useful in todays environment. What do you foresee about the future of quality? Include at least one additional online resource...

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**MGT 449 Week 4 DQs** What is a process? Identify some processes in your organization and briefly map the terms, process inputs, outputs, and goals. How does process improvement affect a firm's strategic plan? Define _process analysis_. What steps would you take to analyze a process? What are the best methods to evaluate and improve a given process? How might your organization use data to reduce variation in a process? What do you think the results would yield? Provide an example of a time your organization, or an organization with which you are familiar, gathered specific data and...

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MGT 449 Week 4 DQs What is a process? Identify some processes in your organization and briefly map the terms, process inputs, outputs, and goals. How does process improvement affect a firm's strategic plan? Define process analysis. What steps would you take to analyze a process? What are the best methods to evaluate and improve a given process? How might your organization use data to reduce variation in a process? What do you think the results would yield? Provide an example of a time your organization, or an organization with which you are familiar, gathered specific data and...

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MGT 449 Week 4 Individual Assignment: Quality Textiles International Scenario Resource: University of Phoenix Material: Quality Textiles International Review the University of Phoenix Material: Quality Textiles International document, located on your student website. Obtain the mean and standard deviation of the provided data in Excel Create a histogram for data frequencies using the Microsoft Excel program. The bin range can be left blank. NOTE: You may need to download the add-in program Analysis ToolPak in Microsoft Excel. This add-in is required for generating the...

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**MKT 438 Week 5** _**Learning Team Instructions**_ Final Paper and Presentation **Resources:** University Library, Internet **Prepare** 15-17 Microsoft® PowerPoint® slides with speaker notes illustrating the strategy and tactics of your PR Campaign. **Write** a 3,750- to 4,500-word paper integrating revised versions of your previous Learning Team Assignments. Include the following elements in your PR Campaign: An executive summary An analysis of the relationship between the PR Campaign and marketing within the integrated marketing communications program of the organization. An...

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MGT 488 Week 2 DQs What is the importance of an organizations mission? How does the mission affect the way an organization operates? What components do you consider to be critical for an organizations mission? Who are stakeholders? How do stakeholders influence strategic business planning? What is the significance of their role in strategic business planning? Provide specific examples. What role do ethics play in competitor intelligence gathering? At what point does the quest for competitor information become unethical? What practices, although legal, might be considered unethical?

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MGT 488 Week 2 Individual Assignment: Competitive Advantage and Pro Sports Resources: ESPN or Sports Illustrated Web sites Access ESPN.com or SportsIllustrated.com and select any professional sports team. Prepare a 500- to 600-word paper analyzing competitive advantage and the business of professional sports. o Describe the components of sustainable competitive advantage that contribute to the teams success in the competitive sports industry. o Identify the four criteria of sustainable competitive advantage and classify team characteristics such as coaching, fan...

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**RES 351 All Assignments** **Week 1** **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. **Week 2** **Individual** Business Research Ethics **Resources:** The University Library or the Electronic Reserve Readings **Find** an article using the University Library or in the Electronic Reserve Readings that discusses unethical...

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MGT 488 Week 3 DQs What are the key elements of a strategic business continuity plan? How might these elements vary for different types of industries? How do these elements compare to what you know about your particular business? What is the role of competitive dynamics within the context of strategic business planning? What types of considerations might be made in a highly competitive business environment where firms are price-takers? What types of considerations might be given in a competitive business environment where firms are price-makers? Based on your readings and...

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**POS 355 All DQs** Week 1 Discussion Questions What are some of the many considerations in selecting the correct information system to use for trading futures and stocks? Is Service Oriented Architecture a new solution to information technology, or is it a new name for the rehash of providing the user with what the user wants? Explain. Based on the article by Zhu, Ding, Li and Kemp (2009), what components or modules of a standard electronic computer system might be engineered into a bio-chip? What problem in the development of future electronic computer does the developing bio-chip...

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**ACC 206 Week 5 DQs** Discussion Questions The Master Budget and Responsibility Accounting. From Chapter 22, Ethical Issue 22-1. Ethical Issue 22-1 This case centers on the ethics of padding the budgetand whether the motivation for this action (personal gain or operational efficiency) makes a difference. 1.    What is the ethical issue? 2.    What are my options? 3.    What are the possible consequences? 4.    What should I do? Flexible Budgets and Standard Costs. What are the benefits of standard costs and how do businesses set those standards?

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RES 351 All Assignments Week 1 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. Week 2 Individual Business Research Ethics Resources: The University Library or the Electronic Reserve Readings Find an article using the University Library or in the Electronic Reserve Readings that discusses unethical business research conduct...

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**ENG 125 Week 1** ENG 125 Week 1 Assignment Reading Reflection a. Explain why the literary work captured your interest, using terms and concepts from the text to support your explanation. b. Describe one of the analytical approaches outlined in Chapter 16, using details from the text to support your interpretations. c. Evaluate the meaning of the selected literary work, using the analytical approach you described. Your paper should be organized around a thesis statement about the selected literary work and the approach you are using to analyze the work. All sources must be properly...

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PHI 200 Week 1 DQ1 What is Philosophy Most people have views that are strongly influenced and informed by philosophy, often without realizing it. Identify a view you havewhether on politics, religion, science, culture, or even the media and entertainmentthat might be regarded as being related to philosophy. What kind of reasons do you have for holding that belief? What figure from the history of philosophy section do you think might have some views that are similar, or at least relevant, to your own? Explain why you chose that particular figure.

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XACC 280 All Assignments Week 1: CheckPoint: Accounting Assumptions, Principles, and Constraints Write an essay in 250 to 300 words, including the following: o The basic assumptions of accounting o The principles of accounting o The constraints of accounting o A conclusion stating how you think sound financial reporting depends on principles, assumptions, and constraints. Refer to the U.S. GAAP in your response. CheckPoint: The Accounting Equation View PhxKlips The Accounting Equation on your student Web site. Write an...

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XACC 280 All DQs Discussion Questions Week 1 DQs: In your own words, how would you describe financial accounting? Select two users, one internal and one external, who you think benefit the most from accounting. Explain why and how you think they benefit. Respond to your classmates postings by adding to their definitions of financial accounting. Also, respond to at least one posting that discusses a different user than one you selected. Add to the benefits of accounting for that user or explain how reading your colleagues statements has modified your view of that...

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XACC 280 Complete Course Week 1: CheckPoint: Accounting Assumptions, Principles, and Constraints Write an essay in 250 to 300 words, including the following: o The basic assumptions of accounting o The principles of accounting o The constraints of accounting o A conclusion stating how you think sound financial reporting depends on principles, assumptions, and constraints. Refer to the U.S. GAAP in your response. CheckPoint: The Accounting Equation View PhxKlips The Accounting Equation on your student Web site. Write an explanation of the function of...

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**ISCOM 383 Week 3** Individual Global Value Chain Logistics Case Analysis Prepare a 700-1,050-word paper in which you identify, analyze, discuss, and recommend the most appropriate solutions to the issues raised in the following case from the perspective of global value chain strategies located in the e-text, Global Operations and Logistics: Text and Cases:     Case 8-3: ISOL Format your assignment consistent with APA guidelines. Cite at least three (3) sources (one of which must be from the Electronic Reserve Readings Resources) to support your assertions. Learning Team...

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**ISCOM 383 Week 4** Individual Global Value Chain Logistics Case Analysis Prepare a 700-1,050-word paper in which you identify, analyze, discuss, and recommend the most appropriate solutions to the issues raised in the following case from the perspective of global value chain strategies located in the e-text, Global Operations and Logistics: Text and Cases:     Case 8-3: ISOL Format your assignment consistent with APA guidelines. Cite at least three (3) sources (one of which must be from the Electronic Reserve Readings Resources) to support your assertions. Learning Team...

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XACC 280 Week 4 Checkpoint heckPoint: Subsidiary Ledgers and Special Journals Explain in 250 to 300 words, your answers to the following: o What are the advantages of the four different special journals? When would you use each type? o What is a subsidiary ledger and what purpose does it serve? o What is a control account and what purpose does it serve? o Which two general ledger accounts may act as control accounts for a subsidiary ledger? o What are the advantages of using subsidiary ledgers?

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**ISCOM 383 Week 5** Individual Issues and Trends Paper Prepare a 1,050-1,400-word paper in which you select two contemporary issues (Customs-Trade Partnerships Against Terrorism [C-TPAT], ISO 9000 certifications, Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing, etc.) and their related trends (globalization, trading blocks, increased government intervention, privatization, outsourcing, etc). Determine the impact of these issues and trends on global value chain management. Format your assignment consistent with APA guidelines. Cite at least three (3) sources (one of which must be from the...

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XACC 280 Week 4 Appendix N CheckPoint: Subsidiary Ledgers and Special Journals Explain in 250 to 300 words, your answers to the following: o What are the advantages of the four different special journals? When would you use each type? o What is a subsidiary ledger and what purpose does it serve? o What is a control account and what purpose does it serve? o Which two general ledger accounts may act as control accounts for a subsidiary ledger? o What are the advantages of using subsidiary ledgers? Assignment: Preparing a Financial Statement Worksheet ...

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XBIS 219 All DQs Week One Discussion Questions Choose one of the organizational departments of a business, such as accounting, finance, and human resources. What is the role of this department? What types of information does the department need? How does the department use that information? What are information resources? What types of information resources does a business usually need? Why is it important for a general manager to be knowledgeable about information technology? Week Three Discussion Questions Define e-business and e-commerce. How are they similar?...

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XCOM 285 Complete Course Week 1: CheckPoint: TechnologyTrendy Communication Write a 200- to 300-word response to the following question: o Technology is changing the face of business communications. Do you think businesses effectively use these resources to communicate? Why or why not? Provide examples. o Due in the assignments tab by Day 3 Assignment: Business Communication Trends Read Ch. 1 of the text. Write a 350- to 700-word paper describing current trends in business communication. Be sure to address...

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XMGT 216 All DQs Week One Discussion Question 1 After reading this weeks materials, what is your definition of business ethics and how are they developed? Why do you think society has become cynical about ethics in business? Explain your answers. Discussion Question 2 What are the current ethical and moral issues facing todays business environment? What is social responsibility? Week Three Discussion Question 1 Using personal reflections and the readings, outline steps to resolve ethical dilemmas. What do you consider first when faced with such a dilemma? How would this...

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XMGT 216 Complete Course Week One 3. CheckPoint: Ethical Theories Chart Complete the Ethical Theories Chart in Appendix B. Post Appendix B as an attachment. Discussion Question 1 After reading this weeks materials, what is your definition of business ethics and how are they developed? Why do you think society has become cynical about ethics in business? Explain your answers. Discussion Question 2 What are the current ethical and moral issues facing todays business environment? What is social responsibility? Week Two 1. CheckPoint: Clarifying Personal Values ...

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BCOM 275 Week 4 Individual Knowing Your Audience Paper and Communication Release Resource: Over 30 Workers Trapped After Chilean Copper Mine Collapse article found in the Electronic Reserve Readings. Research additional articles and information about the Chilean mine collapse. Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper using this and other articles as a resource. Because communications must be designed with the audience in mind, answer the following questions: What are some considerations to remember given the different roles and people in the audience? What would be the potential...

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ECO 415 Week 2 DQs Discussion Questions In what market type would you most prefer to manage a business? Explain why. What skills do you have that would allow you to be especially successful in this market type? In what market type would it be most difficult for you to manage a business? What is it about the competition within this market type that would make success a challenge? How would you characterize the competition (market structure) in the restaurant industry? Are there submarkets? If so, do these submarkets have distinct competitive pressures? How may a restaurant maximize...

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ECO 415 Week 2 Learning Team Maximizing Profits Within Markets Paper Select one of the following companies: Pepsi-Cola Company Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Lowes Starbucks Coffee Company Barnes & Noble Amazon.com, Inc. Hewlett Packard Development Company, L.P. Dell, Inc. The Walt Disney Company Microsoft Write a 1,750- to 2,450-word paper: Summarize the differences between the four market types. Provide a general explanation of how business may maximize profit within each market type. Identify the market type in which the selected business exists. Explain how this market...

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ECO 415 Week 3 Individual Lets Talk Money Interview Transcript Create a 1,050- to 1,400-word fictitious dialogue that takes place during a segment of Lets Talk Money, a fictitious TV talk show that interviews prominent individuals in the business community. During the segment, the shows host, a government official, and a business savvy CEO discuss the relationship between the government, the economy, and the company selected from the following list: Pepsi-Cola Company Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Lowes Starbucks Coffee Company Barnes & Noble Amazon.com, Inc. Hewlett Packard...

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ECO 415 Week 4 DQs Discussion Questions If you were a manager of a large manufacturing company and decided to offshore labor-intensive production to another country, how would you justify the decision to your employees and the community where your plants are located? What economic arguments would you make? What social or ethical argument could you make? Pepsi-Cola and Coca-Cola have dominated the market for almost a century whereas General Motors and Ford Motor Company have suffered due to increased competition. What is it about the markets, the products, or the companies themselves...

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ENG 125 Week 1 DQ1 Describe your personal relationship to literature and to reading. Begin by considering the meaning of literature. What does the term literature mean to you? What makes something literary in your own mind? If literature means different things to different people, who defines what is and what is not literature? Next, reflect on your relationship to reading and literature. What kind of reading engages/interests you? What about that writing draws you in? Do you find meaning in reading certain writing? If so, describe the satisfaction you draw from this process. Also...

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ENG 102 Week 1 ENG 125 Week 1 Assignment Reading Reflection a. Explain why the literary work captured your interest, using terms and concepts from the text to support your explanation. b. Describe one of the analytical approaches outlined in Chapter 16, using details from the text to support your interpretations. c. Evaluate the meaning of the selected literary work, using the analytical approach you described. Your paper should be organized around a thesis statement about the selected literary work and the approach you are using to analyze the work. All sources must be properly...

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FIN 370 Week 1 DQ2 What is the break-even point? What decisions does the break-even point help an organization make? What actions might an underperforming organization take to reach the break-even point?

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HCS 235 All DQs Week 1 Discussion Questions What is the role of prevention in the current health care system? What are some benefits of the lack of success in this area? How do you see the evolution of technology improving health care? Week 2 Discussion Questions What is the role of voluntary disease based organizations (Alzheimers, Lung, and so forth)? Explain the role of state or federal government in the delivery of health care services. Week 3 Discussion Questions What are some provider and patient outcomes with managed care? Why is long-term care one of the greatest...

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HCS 335 All DQs Week 1 How has your educational experience affected your ethical thinking? Are laws and regulations the problem or the solution in addressing ethical problems? Explain. What would be an alternative? How might you analyze your own dilemmas in terms of your own ethics? How are some problem-solving methodologies applied in the health care industry? Week 2 Why is it important to understand organizational philosophies and mission statements? How might a manager deal with elements of an organizations culture that are, or are perceived as,...

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HCS 438 All Assignments Week 1 Individual Sample of Chart or Graph Find a chart or graph related to the health care field to complete this assignment. The chart or graph should be related to an article or other supporting documentation. Respond to the following questions in bullet format. Use complete sentences. Identify the type of chart or graph and what this type of chart or graph usually depicts. Pie charts, for example, show portions of the whole and line charts show trends over time. Was the proper chart or graph used to present this data? Why or why not? Was...

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HCS 438 Week 4 Individual Analysis of Research Report Paper Prepare a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you interpret the statistical significance of a study. Select a study in a field of interest; this does not need to be directly related to health care. What statistical procedures are mentioned in the study? What conclusions did the study reach? Are the conclusions appropriate? Why or why not? Are the findings statistically significant? Why or why not? Describe the process you used to make this determination and provide the level of significance. Format your paper...

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HRM 300 Week 2 DQs Discussion Questions Do you think an employer has the right to monitor an employees computer? Explain your answer. What principle should the HRM department have to ensure work efficiency while protecting employee privacy? What is affirmative action? What process could an HRM department follow to apply affirmative action programs?

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HRM 531 Week 1 HRM 531 Week 1 Summary Discussion Questions How can an organization ensure they are complying with employment law? What resources might they use to validate their compliance? What is a difference in a union and nonunion organization? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each organization type? Provide an example of a union organization and of a nonunion organization.

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ISCOM 305 Week 2 DQs Discussion Questions Describe inventory and provide some examples. How does inventory affect a firms financial performance? What are the different types of inventories maintained by a typical business entity? What is the significance of inventory regarding customer service levels? What are some of your experiences with inventories from the customer service perspective? How would you improve those inventories? What is the Economic Order Quantity technique and what are the basic assumptions the model formula follows? What are some different companies that could...

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ISCOM 361 Week 4 Learning Team Assignment FedEx Supply Chain Management Learning Team Assignment FedEx Supply Chain Management Philosophy Select one team members organization and in 1050-1100 words, explain their supply chain management philosophy. How does your organization interact with suppliers? Does your organization do site visits? If not, what does it do to evaluate and monitor supplier performance. What challenges does your organization face within supply chain management? What sourcing issue challenge does your organization face? What is the reporting structure of...

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ISCOM 383 All DQs Week 1 Discussion Questions What is supply chain management? Be sure to support your assertions. How does supply chain management differ from value chain management? Be sure to support your assertions. How does value chain management satisfy customer requirements? Provide example(s) What are the essential components of a global value chain? Be sure to support your assertions. How does each component add value to the stakeholders? Provide real-world example(s). How can these values be measured? Provide example(s) and be sure to support your assertions. What are...

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ISCOM 383 Week 3 DQ1 What are the major forecasting techniques used in global value chain management? Be sure to support your assertions. What is the difference between forecasting and estimating? Be sure to support your assertions. What effect might forecasting have on the effectiveness of global value chain management? Provide real-life example(s)

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ISCOM 383 Week 3 DQ3 What are some hedging strategies in global value chain management? Be sure to support your assertions. What is the difference between any two of the common strategies available for global value chain management? Be sure to support your assertions. What criteria might an organization use to select the most appropriate hedging strategy? Provide real-life example(s)

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ISCOM 383 Week 3 Individual Global Value Chain Logistics Case Analysis Prepare a 700-1,050-word paper in which you identify, analyze, discuss, and recommend the most appropriate solutions to the issues raised in the following case from the perspective of global value chain strategies located in the e-text, Global Operations and Logistics: Text and Cases: Case 8-3: ISOL Format your assignment consistent with APA guidelines. Cite at least three (3) sources (one of which must be from the Electronic Reserve Readings Resources) to support your assertions. Learning Team Value Chain...

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ISCOM 383 Week 4 DQ1 What are the major forecasting techniques used in global value chain management? Be sure to support your assertions. What is the difference between forecasting and estimating? Be sure to support your assertions. What effect might forecasting have on the effectiveness of global value chain management? Provide real-life example(s)

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ISCOM 383 Week 4 DQ3 What are some hedging strategies in global value chain management? Be sure to support your assertions. What is the difference between any two of the common strategies available for global value chain management? Be sure to support your assertions. What criteria might an organization use to select the most appropriate hedging strategy? Provide real-life example(s)

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ISCOM 383 Week 5 DQ2 What are the major potential terrorist threats to global value chain management? Be sure to support your assertions. What is the potential effect of these threats on the global value chain? Provide example(s). What are some preventive measures and their effects on the global value chain? Provide example(s)

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ISCOM 383 Complete Course Week 1 Individual Value Chain and Supply Chain Article Analysis Research the Electronic Reserve Readings for ISCOM/383, course texts, the University Library, the Internet, or other resources on global value chain and global supply chain management. Prepare a 700-1,050-word article analysis differentiating between global value chain and global supply chain management. Explain which is used in your organization, and why it is used. Format your assignment consistent with APA guidelines. Cite at least three (3) sources (one of which must be from the...

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ISCOM 476 All DQs Week 1 Discussion Questions What are the elements of a supply chain philosophy? Which of these elements do you think is the most important? Why? How could you apply a supply chain philosophy in your workplace? What is competitive advantage? How can the supply chain affect competitive advantage? What competitive advantage opportunities does the supply chain in your organization underutilize? What are the various dimensions of customer value? Which of these dimensions are affected by supply chain strategies? What is the effect on customer satisfaction? Why do...

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LAW 531 All DQs Week 1 As we begin our study of law in the business environment, let us think about how the business managers and the lawyers work together to assure that the organization benefits from the law. For this DQ, (1) select a business activity or issue that has not already been selected by other students and (2) select a business or industry with which you are familiar. For that business activity in that industry or company, discuss how business managers apply the law that is relevant, and under what circumstances lawyers should become involved. Identify a business...

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LAW 531 Week 1 DQs Discussion Questions As we begin our study of law in the business environment, let us think about how the business managers and the lawyers work together to assure that the organization benefits from the law. For this DQ, (1) select a business activity or issue that has not already been selected by other students and (2) select a business or industry with which you are familiar. For that business activity in that industry or company, discuss how business managers apply the law that is relevant, and under what circumstances lawyers should become involved. ...

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LAW 531 Week 1 Individual Assignment: ADR Clause for Learning Team Charter Prepare an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) clause that might be used by a Learning Team to resolve disagreements among members. The clause must be suitable for use by any Learning Team in any course of your program. Include at least one ADR in the clause; you may include more than one. The clause must provide all information necessary to define which disputes are subject to an ADR. Identify all provisions and information necessary to enable the ADR to occur and function effectively. Write the ADR...

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LAW 531 Complete Course Week 1 Individual Assignment: ADR Clause for Learning Team Charter Prepare an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) clause that might be used by a Learning Team to resolve disagreements among members. The clause must be suitable for use by any Learning Team in any course of your program. Include at least one ADR in the clause; you may include more than one. The clause must provide all information necessary to define which disputes are subject to an ADR. Identify all provisions and information necessary to enable the ADR to occur and function effectively....

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**A+Work! Includes everything BIS 219 Week 1 Use of Microsoft SharePoint for Configuration Management in IT Organizations Approximately 5 pages in length DQs: Many organizations now have a members Web site, where customers can keep track of different kinds of information related to the organization, such as Wish Lists or My Favorites. Visit a site that offers this type of service: eBay, Amazon, Dell, and Old Navy are some examples. What types of information does the site collect? How does the business use this information? What kind of competitive advantage, if any, does the...

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As your case assignment for this module, you are to carefully review this article, and then (in 3-4 pages) prepare your analysis of how Futura Industries implemented the balanced scorecard and its apparent effects. Assignment Expectations:Your analysis should be structured along the lines youve been using this far in these cases: Introduction: Why did Susan Johnson, Futura's President, emphasize the learning and growth perspective over the other balanced scorecard perspectives? Analysis: What specifically does Futura measure, and what types of measurements do they use to evaluate the...

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Research Critique, Part 1 To write a critical appraisal that demonstrates comprehension of the research study conducted, respond to each of the questions listed under the headings below. Do not answer the questions with a yes or no; rather, provide a rationale or include examples or content from the study to address the questions. CRITICAL APPRAISAL GUIDELINES: QUALITATIVE STUDY Problem Statement Identify the clinical problem and research problem that led to the study. What was not known about the clinical problem that, if understood, could be used to improve health care delivery...

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ANT 250 I Module 2 SLP The Skeletal System **INCLUDES 16 SLIDES, SPEAKER NOTES, AND REFERENCES*** THEME of your SLP: Teaching your first Anatomy & Physiology course! For your SLP, you have been asked to teach an anatomy and physiology course for a local vocational nursing school. In order to do this, you are going to need to prepare a PowerPoint presentation that will be used in your lectures. In this second SLP, you will prepare a presentation consisting of 15 slides, in which you provide your audience with information on the following areas: 1. Introduce the skeletal system...

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Look at the data below for the income levels and prices paid for cars for ten people: Annual Income Level Amount Spent on Car 38,000 40,000 117,000 17,000 23,000 79,000 33,000 66,000 15,000 52,000 12,000 16,000 41,000 3,500 6,500 21,000 5,000 8,000 1,500 6,000 Answer the following questions: A. What kind of correlation do you expect to find between annual income and amount spent on car? Will it be positive or negative? Will it be a strong relationship? Base your answer on your personal guess as well as by looking through the data. B. What is the...

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Week 2 Individual Assignment What factor caused movement along the supply curve in the simulation? Please include the graph of a movement along the supply curve. Refer to our textbook please. What factor caused shift of the supply curve in the simulation? Please include the graph of a shift in the supply curve. Refer to our textbook please. What factor caused movement along the demand curve in the simulation? Please include the graph of a movement along the demand curve. Refer to our textbook please. What factor caused a shift of the demand curve in the...

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PSY 240 Week 1 NIH Ethics Forum 1. What is the importance of the Nuremberg Code? Provide two examples. 2. What are the categories of "vulnerable participants?" What makes these participants vulnerable? 3. What was the most significant information that you learned from the NIH training? 4. Review the SMU Institutional Review Board (IRB) Policy and Standards located in resources. Identify two two IRB standards that comply with NIH mandates.

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GEN 200 Weekly Discussion Questions - What does collaboration mean to you? How might collaboration foster learning? - What did you learn about yourself from the Discovery Wheel and Develop Your Multiple Intelligences exercises in the text? How might you use this information in your Learning Team? -How do you think individual diversity and conflict management relate to teamwork? -What is your idea of a successful team? How would you build such a team? -What do you think are the advantages and disadvantages of working in a collaborative team? -What potential sources of conflict do...

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Running head: RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS HCS245 / HCS 245 / Week 4 Assignment Cultural and Disease Paper Pick a disease which you are interested in, such as heart disease, respiratory (asthma, smoking), endocrine (diabetic), and behavioral health (Alzheimer's, Schizophrenia). This disease must be different from your other assignments named "Disease in the News" and "Adopt a Disease". As part of your investigation, select a population of interest. For example, a particular race or ethnicity and how they relate to your disease. In a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper explore the social and cultural...

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TED 668 Reflective Journal Reflective Journal: 1. What have you learned in relation to multicultural literature and culturally responsive teaching? How has your knowledge and understanding changed? What is your specific claim and what warrants this claim? 2. What have you learned about diverse students in relation to multicultural literature and the understanding and appreciation of diversity? How has your knowledge and understanding changed? What is your specific claim and what warrants this claim? 3. How has your view of yourself as a teacher changed in relation to...

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Week 7 Individual Assignment American Rangeland and Forest Complete the Associate Level Material: American Rangelands and Forests located on the student website. What are current land management problems? What are the current federal land management strategies that address these problems? What is one sustainable effort that should be implemented?

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Associate Program Material ETH 125 Racial Diversity in Society Worksheet Part I Complete the following using the MySocLab Social Explorer Map: Income Inequality by Race (located on the student website) as a reference: Select 1 racial group from the list below: African American Asian American Arab American Hispanic American/Latino White/Caucasian Write a 150- to 300-word summary of the economic, social, and political standings of that group. Use additional resources if necessary, from the University Library or your textbooks. Provide citations for all the sources you...

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Associate Program Material ETH 125 Racial Diversity Historical Worksheet Answer the following questions in 100 to 250 words each. Provide citations for all the sources you use. Throughout most of U.S. history, in most locations, what race has been in the majority? What is the common ancestral background of most members of this group? What are some of the larger racial minorities in U.S. history? What have been the common ancestral backgrounds of each of these groups? When did each become a significant or notable minority group? In what ways have laws been used to enforce...

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Associate Program Material ETH 125 Racial Diversity in Society Worksheet Part I Complete the following using the MySocLab Social Explorer Map: Income Inequality by Race (located on the student website) as a reference: Select 1 racial group from the list below: African American Asian American Arab American Hispanic American/Latino White/Caucasian Write a 150- to 300-word summary of the economic, social, and political standings of that group. Use additional resources if necessary, from the University Library or your textbooks. Provide citations for all the sources you...

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SCI 241 Understanding Your Fats and Fiber Understand Your Fats and Fiber Access the American Heart Association web site located on your student page. Read the "Face the Fats: Fats 101" and "Face the Fats: Meet the Fats" sections. Access the Nutrition.gov web site located on your student page. Read the "MedlinePlus: Dietary Fiber" section. Write a 350- to 700-word response in APA format answering the following questions: ? According to the "Face the Fats" sections, what are bad fats, better fats, and best fats? ? Define saturated fat, unsaturated fat, trans-fatty acids, and hydrogenated...

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Associate Program Material ETH 125 Racial Diversity: Historical Worksheet Answer the following questions in 100 to 250 words each. Provide citations for all the sources you use. Throughout most of U.S. history, in most locations, what race has been in the majority? What is the common ancestral background of most members of this group? What are some of the larger racial minorities in U.S. history? What have been the common ancestral backgrounds of each of these groups? When did each become a significant or notable minority group? In what ways have laws been used to enforce...

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PSY 220 Exploring Optimism Compare and contrast the concepts of optimism and hopefulness. Under what circumstances might optimism be harmful? What is defensive pessimism and under what circumstances might this be beneficial?

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Associate Program Material ETH 125 Racial Diversity Historical Worksheet Answer the following questions in 100 to 250 words each. Provide citations for all the sources you use. Throughout most of U.S. history, in most locations, what race has been in the majority? What is the common ancestral background of most members of this group? What are some of the larger racial minorities in U.S. history? What have been the common ancestral backgrounds of each of these groups? When did each become a significant or notable minority group? In what ways have laws been used to enforce...

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SCI 241 Understand Your Fats and Fiber Understand Your Fats and Fiber Access the American Heart Association web site located on your student page. Read the "Face the Fats: Fats 101" and "Face the Fats: Meet the Fats" sections. Access the Nutrition.gov web site located on your student page. Read the "MedlinePlus: Dietary Fiber" section. Write a 350- to 700-word response in APA format answering the following questions: ? According to the "Face the Fats" sections, what are bad fats, better fats, and best fats? ? Define saturated fat, unsaturated fat, trans-fatty acids, and...

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HCS 449 Professional Career Action Plan SAMPLE Developing a professional career action plan can significantly aid an individual in envisioning his or her professional career. A career action plan identifies many elements of an individual's career. The action plan focuses on professional goals, current skills an individual possesses, skills that may need altering, skills that need to be developed, the plan for achieving the professional goals, and organizations that may assist in reaching professional goals. With the conclusion of the Bachelor's of Science in Health Care...

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CULTURE AND DISEASE PAPER In a 1,400-1,750 word paper explore the social and cultural aspects of the disease. Describe the agent of an infectious disease Describe the factors that make this particular population vulnerable to the disease- Describe environmental factors that make the population vulnerable to the disease- What are the modes for disease transmission? What methods are used to control the spread of the disease? Are there alternative methods used by the selected population for treatment? What is the effect of alternate treatments? What role do social and/or cultural...

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Psy 404 Study Questions Part-1 Lesson 1-6 1. How were psychoactive drugs defined in the lessons? * Psychoactive drugs: Chemical substances that effect thoughts, emotions and behavior 2. What is pharmacology? * Pharmacology: The study of the mechanisms by which drugs (chemical substances) interact with living systems to produce biological (psychoactive) effects 3. Identify 6 pharmacological categories of psychoactive drugs identified in the lessons. 1. Depressants 2. Stimulants 3. Opioids 4. Hallucinogens 5. Psychotherapeutic Drugs 6. Anabolic Steroids 4. What does...

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CJA 474 Values Reflection Values Reflection CJA/474 Values Reflection My core values are what I have determined of what I believe in. Some people never take the time to communicate what their values are. Once a person determines what, he or she believes in and what is important to him or her, his or her values are set in their lives. There are several ways that an individual can determine his or her core values. Here are some questions that some people ask themselves to determine their core values; What is important to me? What do I believe in? What are things I believe in...

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CJA 204 Week 3 Individual Courtroom Workgroup Paper Roles of a Courtroom The Roles of Courtroom Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper describing and evaluating the roles of the courtroom work group. Answer the following questions in your paper: ? What is a courtroom work group? How does this courtroom work group interact on a daily basis? What changes to the courtroom work group would you recommend? ? What is the role of the prosecutor? How does a prosecutor determine which cases to pursue? What would happen if the criteria for taking a case were more or less stringent? ?...

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Eco 550 Week 1 Chapters 1 and 2 Answers 2. Explain several dimensions of the shareholder-principal conflict with manager-agents known as the principal-agent problem. To mitigate agency problems between senior executives and shareholders, should the compensation committee of the board devote more to executive salary and bonus (cash compensation) or more to long-term incentives? Why? What role does each type of pay play in motivating managers? 3. Corporate profitability declined by 20 percent from 2008 to 2009. What performance percentage would you use to trigger executive bonuses for...

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Eco 550 Week 1 Chapters 1 and 2 2. Explain several dimensions of the shareholder-principal conflict with manager-agents known as the principal-agent problem. To mitigate agency problems between senior executives and shareholders, should the compensation committee of the board devote more to executive salary and bonus (cash compensation) or more to long-term incentives? Why? What role does each type of pay play in motivating managers? 3. Corporate profitability declined by 20 percent from 2008 to 2009. What performance percentage would you use to trigger executive bonuses for that...

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Matrix HUM 100 Worksheet: What Are the Humanities? Complete this worksheet prior to Class One. Submit an electronic copy to your Assignments Page. Bring a hard copy (printout) with you to class, since it will be the basis for an in-class discussion. Provide at least 50 word responses to each of the questions. Provide coherent, thoughtful answers in correct English. 1. What are "the humanities" to you? Look up the definition in our textbook and on line and then reflect on those definitions: The humanities to me is like studying in school, learning about how people throughout history...

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HUM 176 Week 4 What Are the Advantages and Disadvantages of Social Media? Hum/176 - Week 4 Option #1: What are the advantages and disadvantages of social media? Social media has many advantages as well as disadvantages. On a positive aspect, social media can be used to build a community on either a personal level or even a business level. Different social media sites offer different features to their users. There are sites that can be used for advertising videos as well as photos. Some are a good source mainly to reach a worldwide connectivity. There is no faster way to reach...

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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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3 Forms of Business Organizations Grade Received - "A" What are the three forms of a business organization? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each form? For a corporation, what is the overall goal of the financial manager? Do you agree with this goal? Why or why not? In this discussion I will attempt to discuss what the three forms of business organizations are and discuss what the advantages and disadvantages are for each form. I will then explain what the overall goal of a financial manager is when it comes to a Corporation and if I agree with these goals. Depending on...

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ACC 205 Week 2 DQ Bank Reconciliation 1 Bank Reconciliation What is the purpose of a bank reconciliation? What are the reasons for differences between the cash reported in the accounting records and the cash balance in the bank statements? Analyze several of your peers' posts. Let at least two of your peers know what happens to the discrepancies between the book balance and the bank balance. Could these differences just be written off? Guided Response: A bank reconciliation reconciles the bank account balance per the books to the actual bank balance. Outstanding...

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Bus 308 Week 5 Final Paper Regression Line Statistics Student's Name Course Name and Number Instructor's name Date submitted The final paper provides you with an opportunity to integrate and reflect on what you have learned during the class. The question to address is: "What have you learned about statistics?" In developing your responses, consider - at a minimum - and discuss the application of each of the course elements in analyzing and making decisions about data (counts and/or measurements). The course elements include: Descriptive statistics Inferential statistics...

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Police Department Roles and Functions What are the various functions of a police agency? There are many departments within police department, there are various functions that each level of police agencies handles. Department function can be broken down into what certain officers do or what is the best way for the officers to help out with the community. Patrol services serving in the community preventing crime and assisting people in their time of need. Patrol officers handle different calls throughout their day on the job, some calls they will need different officers to handle a...

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Com 220 Final What impact does Facebook have on our relationships Facebook, Friend or Foe What impact does Facebook have on our relationships? Com /220 "It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity." - Albert Einstein Because of their growth and popularity social networking sites have in many ways, become a cultural phenomenal that has inched their ways into every facet of our lives, threatening to change the way in which we communicate both on and off line. If you are not convinced, take a look at what is going on the next time you visit...

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Determine what additional steps Apple's competitors are likely to take and how Apple will most likely respond. Explain your rationale. ANSWER Apple company has gained the benefits of a first moving service benefits from its interdependent iPod and iTunes. The business's history of creating customer-friendly software, the impressive abilities of the iPod, the simple 99-cent-pay-as-you-go revenue model of iTunes, and the unrivaled list of music and movies available for download provide clients with a support that has been valuable, unusual, relatively non-substitutable, and, in...

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Week 5 - DQ 1 What is the control environment? How does the control environment affect a company's internal controls? What are the negative and positive elements of a control environment? What are two examples of strong and weak internal controls in organizations where you have worked or have first-hand knowledge? How are these different? How would you describe the key internal controls that should be in place to protect cash in a cash rich environment such as a merchandiser? What are the key internal controls that should be in place to protect inventory for a merchandiser that sells...

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Review the following broad definition of health care quality and answer the questions that follow: Health care quality occurs when: patients can access a continuum of appropriate care and service in a timely manner, patientsare educated and actively participate in the planning and delivery of their care and service, clinical outcomesare achieved with excellence, patients achieve their care goals and optimum quality of life, patient satisfaction outcomes are delivered with human dignity and compassion, staff satisfaction outcomes reflect pride of achievement, and...

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HCA 250 What You Know Can Save You Health Fair What You Know Can Save You Health Fair Axia College University of Phoenix The Psychology of Health What You Know Can Save You Health Fair The objective of this wellness program is to develop and implement a health fair and educational seminar for the warehouse, delivery, and administrative staff at the Kraft Birmingham and Montgomery sales facilities in Alabama. All employees are between the ages of 25 to 55, with an educational range of high school through college. The combination of the greater Birmingham and Montgomery metro area and...

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Team B Week Four Outline C:9-35: Allocation of Precontribution Gain Response to sections by Saturday, July 14, 2012 6:00 EST- Kathryn Bartram Patty Ordinary Income Long-term Capital Gain Dave Ordinary Income Long-term Capital Gain C:11-45: Use of Losses by Shareholders Response to sections by Saturday, July 14, 2012 6:00 EST What amount of Hammer's current year loss can Tom deduct on his income tax return?- Karina Castro What is Tom's basis for the Hammer stock and note at the end of the loss year? - Karina Castro What income and deductions will Tom report next year from...

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Week 1 - DQ 1 What are some of the major points in the history of free speech? How did these events contribute to the adoption of the First Amendment? Do you think that the First Amendment needs to be updated for the 21st century? Explain. What is the significance of the First Amendment in a global environment? Response #1 We as Americans did not come by the First Amendment easily. The original articles of this nation did not include a bill of rights. The original constitution ratified in 1787 did not include a bill of rights. Many argued that the individual states declarations of...

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Category BCOM 426 When u go inside the category course link detail description are given below Link name BCOM 426 Week 1 Discussion Question 1 What is the definition of media communications? What are two different types of media communications? What affect do these types of media have on your life today BCOM 426 Week 1 Discussion Question 2 What are two major milestones in advertising and media communications? How have these milestones affected modern-day advertising and media communications? Provide at least two examples. How have these milestones affected...

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Catergory BSHS 302 When u go inside the category course link detail description are given below Link name BSHS 302 Week 1 Discussion Question 1 Locate the Learning Team Toolkit (Library tab, over on the right side) and review its content. What purpose do Learning Teams serve here as adult learners? What will team work look like in Human Services? How will your practice in team work here impact your work in the Human Services field? BSHS 302 Week 1 Discussion Question 2 What is the value of understanding the history of social welfare provision and the roots of the human...

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MGT 601 What kinds of jobs are needed in an organization? How has specialization of labor, or division of labor, been implemented in an organization in which you have worked (or researched)? How are departments organized? Do you perceive these groupings to be effective? Why or why not? Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) are databases used for keeping track of essential personnel data within organizations. They can be designed and customized to fit the needs of various companies in many different industries (Tatum, 2011). The primary purpose of an HRIS is to make the management...

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What are strategic objectives? What is the purpose of strategic objectives? What makes an effective strategic objective? What are examples of strategic objectives for you organization or one with which you are familiar? Strategic objectives are long-term goals companies use to achieve corporate growth and sustainability. Managers focus on profitability based on market shares, productivity by improving systems processes that affect the inputs and outputs of the items produced, competitive position to achieve dominance in the marketplace, employee development to increase productivity...

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PRG 211 Algorithm Planning for Calorie Management Calorie Management Algorithm Planning for Calorie Management 1. We need to analyze the program. By determining the information we are given and what results we need to get. What information do we need to calculate the calories daily. What calories are in the food and beverages. How many calories are burned daily. What is the required balance per person. 2. Design a program to solve the program. The heart of the program development process. 3. Code the program. Write statements in a computer language that will...

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Crime Causation and Diversion Paper CJA 374 Crime Causation and Diversion With the surge of juveniles that are flooding the criminal justice system in the past few decades much debate has been sparked in regards to a means to help put an end to this ill fated trend. What do we do? What can we do? What is the best way to take action? Will juveniles benefit from programs? In efforts to do help aid youths and juveniles to procure a life that does not involve crime many diversions, intervention, and prevention programs have been set up and put in place in cities and states across the...

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Factors That Influence Consumer Purchasing Decisions Week 2 - DQ 2 What are some factors that influence consumer purchasing decisions Which do you believe are most important What are some ways markets can be segmented How do firms decide which market segments to target Factors that influence consumer purchasing decisions are price, income, credit facilities, reference groups, and need satisfaction, (, 2005-2012). I believe a factor that is most important is the 'needs satisfaction.' According to , 2005-2012, Maslow's theory of motivation suggests that human beings seek to...

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What are some key differences between Freud's and Jung's theories How have their theories contributed to the study of personality Which theory do you believe to explain personality more accurately? Comparison between Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung's theories Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung both are well -known name in psychology. In fact, I must say that both are very famous for their contribution in the area of personality development. Sigmund Freud is famous for his psychoanalytical theory while Carl Jung has given analytical psychology theory. Both psychologists have presented their...

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What are some reasons you might consider data or information to lack validity, credibility, or reliability? Explain your answer by using examples. Lack of supporting evidence. If an information source cannot provide sources and substantial corroborated evidence then you need a new source. Conflicting background information is a sign data could lack validity. Sources of information from people or organizations that have a special interest in the information being presented should not always be trusted. Special interests can sometimes cause the information to be biased.

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What are the effects of the general environment trends on the coffee industry? What are some industry driving forces and why are they driving forces? I need help identifying key success factors and what makes them success factors. Also, how do the major competitors affect the competitive environment and how are they positioned? (I need help with a strategic group map) The environmental trends which affect the coffee industry are: 1. Economic conditions: The different countries in which the coffee industry value chain is spread have varied monetary systems and market forces. The...

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What are the main differences between debt and equity. What are hybrids? ANSWER: a. The main difference between debt and equity are: Debt has a maturity date (i.e. need to be repaid) whereas equity has no maturity. Debt involves payment of interest to lenders whereas no fixed returns are guaranteed to equity providers. Equity providers are the owners of the firm and all profits (after claims of other parties) belong to them. Equity providers bear higher risk than the debt providers. From the firm's perspective, higher the debt component, more the financial...

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Sexual Techniques Sexual Techniques What sexual techniques are discussed in the chapter readings - What are the roles and connections between kissing, touching, and foreplay - What are some of the different viewpoints and levels of acceptance regarding masturbation What sexual techniques are discussed in the chapter readings? The sexual techniques discussed in this chapter is Solitary Sex also called masturbation. Masturbation is to manually stimulate the genitals with your hand or other objects. The main reasons people masturbate are boredom, relieve sexual tension, no partner...

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Which subcultures or counter-cultures do you personally belong to What makes your group(s) a subculture; explain why you see this as a subculture? How do your group's norms, values, clothing style, foods, language and beliefs compare to the mainstream American culture? How would you describe your group's relationship with the mainstream culture; to what degree is your group accepted or not accepted by the mainstream? Subculture can be defined as "A cultural group within a larger culture, often having beliefs or interest at variance with those of the larger culture" ("Definition of...

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What is meant by a continuum of care? What are some levels of care along the continuum, and what are some of the services provided within those levels? (Example: Extended Care (nursing home), Acute Care (hospital), Ambulatory Care (adult day care), etc...) According to Dr. Connie Evashwick in her book, Managing the Continuum of Care, defined continuum of care as "an integrated, client-oriented system of care composed of both services and integrating mechanisms that guides and tracks clients over time through a comprehensive array of health, mental health, and social services spanning...

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What is the effect of technology on the delivery of health care and services? For one thing, we have seen a tremendous surge in break-throughs in medicines. The ever-vigilant and hardworking researchers and their targeted Big C (cancer) therapy, the natural orifice surgeries, the drug eluting stents, the HPV vaccine, all contribute to be some of the biggest discoveries of the 20th and 21st centuries. Some of them are certain to be among those holding the ability to improve one's life and eventually help to prolong it. Through all of the advances made in medical science and...

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Review the following broad definition of health care quality and answer the questions that follow: Health care quality occurs when: patients can access a continuum of appropriate care and service in a timely manner, patientsare educated and actively participate in the planning and delivery of their care and service, clinical outcomesare achieved with excellence, patients achieve their care goals and optimum quality of life, patient satisfaction outcomes are delivered with human dignity and compassion, staff satisfaction outcomes reflect pride of achievement, and...

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Category MGT 311 When u go inside the category course link detail description are given below Link name MGT 311 Week 1 Discussion Question 1 What is organizational behavior (OB)? What are the challenges and opportunities for managers in using OB concepts? What is the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), and what does it measure? How do the Big Five personality traits predict work behavior? MGT 311 Week 1 Discussion Question 2 In terms of OB, what is perception, and what are some common perceptual distortions (frequently used shortcuts in judging...

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Sociology Answers 1. What is disadvantaged majorities 2. How ethnic and religious diversity fuel power struggles around the world 3. As it appropriate to term all political violence and violent forms of resistance as "terrorism"? 4. What is the focal point of nearly all peasant protest and rebellion? 5. What are the prospects for future peasant revolts, and why? 6. compare and contrast the collective behavior, resource mobilization and political process explanations for the rise of social movements 7. what are the 2 'world revolutions' that Wallerstein says gave rise to 2 great...

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LAW 531 Final Exam Answers 1. What are the two categories of government regulations that pertain to businesses? General government regulations and specific government regulations Statutory law regulations and common law regulations Civil government regulations and criminal government regulations Public law regulations and private law regulations 2. In a survey of the nonattainment areas in the state, the agency found Helmont to be the district that exceeded the ozone standard by the largest margin. Helmont is most likely to be categorized as a(n) ________ nonattainment area....

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Nurse Leader Interview - How would you describe your leadership style? - What changes have you made in your leadership style as a result of your evolving leadership role? - What challenges have you faced as a leader in today's health care systems? - What is the effect of formal and informal power in your organization? Answers: Description Of Leadership Style : The Skill of performance and the skill of leadership are two entirely different aspects. One may possess the necessary skills for excelling in a particular field but be a failure when entrusted to be a...

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several department history pages on local police department web pages. What subjects do they cover? What do they not cover? In your opinion, do they cover the really important changes in policing discussed in this chapter? The police department in which I decided to cover in this DQ is the Birmingham, Alabama department. I was surprised to discover that this department lacked in history information on their website. What little information it provided was from our course, but there needed to be more as well. From what we've learned in this course, policing in the U.S. was first...

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Assignment 1 Discussion-Population Growth for Broken Arrow Oklahoma To study the growth of a population mathematically, we use the concept of exponential models. Generally speaking, if we want to predict the increase in the population at a certain period in time, we start by considering the current population and apply an assumed annual growth rate. For example, if the U.S. population in 2008 was 301 million and the annual growth rate was 0.9%, what would be the population in the year 2050? To solve this problem, we would use the following formula: P(1 r)n In this formula,...

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What It's Like to Be a Black Girl vs. Country Lovers Compare and Contrast ENG125: Introduction to Literature (ACI1422B) What It's Like to Be a Black Girl vs. Country Lovers Compare and Contrast There are significant similarities and differences with the short story Country Lovers and the poem "What It's Like to Be a Black Girl" even though they share the same theme of race or ethnicity. Highlighting similarities between two literature pieces define its comparison and highlighting differences between two literature pieces you define the contrast. I will be analyzing two...

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Chapter 12: Discuss the key demographics of potential buyers of timeshares as well as in detail what elements of timeshares would entice them to buy timeshare weeks over vacationing on their own in traditional lodging facilities. How is management of a timeshare different from management of traditional hotels? Be specific regarding operating procedures and guest characteristics. Chapter 13: Compare and contrast in detail the lodging and facility characteristics of activity-based facilities vs. themed facilities. What geographic areas are most conducive to each? Chapter 12 and...

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How are RevPar, ADR and Occupancy are calculated and describe in detail what each tells the general manager about the success of the sales and front office department in effectively managing inventory? What are allocation controls? What are availability controls? What are the benefits and disadvantages of each? (Note: disregard the side labels in the book, they are reversed. Use the actual written paragraphs for information) (hint: chart format may be easier to use) Chapter 11: Describe and discuss the difference in a management company and a franchise company. Discuss the...

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Chapter 9 - Committees and Teams QUESTIONS 1. In what ways do committees occasionally serve to counterbalance authority and diffuse power within an organization? Evaluate the use of committees within the organization, identifying the most optimum use in your opinion. Defend your position. 2. Identify the initial issue that should always be thoroughly addressed when the establishment of a committee is recommended. 3. In what ways may committees be said to dilute the recognition and diffuse the blame or responsibility? Where, based on your personal experience, have you seen one...

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Chapter 9 - Committees and Teams QUESTIONS 1. In what ways do committees occasionally serve to counterbalance authority and diffuse power within an organization? Evaluate the use of committees within the organization, identifying the most optimum use in your opinion. Defend your position. 2. Identify the initial issue that should always be thoroughly addressed when the establishment of a committee is recommended. 3. In what ways may committees be said to dilute the recognition and diffuse the blame or responsibility? Where, based on your personal experience, have you seen one...

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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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Question: What are the pros and cons of limiting an advertising strategy to television, radio, and print media? Explain. Answer: Advertising is one of the major fields of investment for any of the organization to display its goods produced and services to its potential customers. The major sources of advertising are mainly the print media and television and radio. Theprint industryis associatedwith the distribution and printing of the news through various magazines and newspapers. It has both advantages and disadvantages which are mentioned as follows: Advantages of promoting...

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Outsourcing Outsourcing, especially to low labor-cost countries, has grown substantially. What are the advantages and disadvantages of outsourcing? Include and describe a product or service of a specific low labor-cost country as an example. Include a recommendation/conclusion based on the research. Answer the question in a two to four (2-4) page in accordance with APA guidelines as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. Provide at least two (2) scholarly sources from the Ashford Library or other external sources, excluding the textbook. Your paper should be in paragraph form (avoid...

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Please write a Memo on Teamwork and within the Memo you are required to describe what you want to do and why. The memo can additionally be characterized as a "micro case study analysis" or an "executive summary." Memos needs be to address to a supervisor or boss. To keep in line with APA format, the body of your summary memo should be no more than 750 words, approximately three double-spaced pages. Note: Charts, figures and tables do not count against the word limit as long as they are informative. Please include citations in APA format and please include in text citationsTo: The...

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Word limit is 1000 words, plus appendix. Make sure you address a few selected issues that were highlighted during the presentations. Usually, these would fall into the following categories: 1. Applying a scenario analysis/ what-if analysis to one of the models presented to show the outcomes of a significant change in network structure or network assumptions, 2. Discussing in detail, one or two suggested qualitative recommendations and substantiating these with good references/data from google searches or other sources (nmake sure these recommendations are linked with model...

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Aristotle argues that the most important form of happiness consists neither in momentary episodes of pleasure nor in long series of such moments, but rather in the happiness one can take in old age in reflecting back on a life well-lived. Please answer the following question: What, according to Aristotle, constitutes a life well-lived, and how does his conception of this relate to his conception of virtue and his ideal of virtuous action that avoids both "excess" and "deficiency" but rather that realizes "a mean"? This is a challenging question, so please begin discussing near the start...

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Write a 1500 word paper in which you describe three pieces of legislation that have been critical in defining the rights of management and unions Why are the laws you chose important and what role did they play in shaping today's management-union relationship? Table of Contents Pieces of Legislation2 Important Laws for management-union relationship3 How these laws are important for Union-Management Relationship?7 REFERENCES8 Pieces of Legislation The three pieces of legislationthat have been critical in defining the rights of management and unions are: Norris-LaGuardia...

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1. What are the two main functions of user accounts in a network As a network administrator, how would you establish user rights and permissions to minimize maintenance efforts? How would you assign work groups? what are some issues with user accounts and work groups that the network administrator might encounter? How might you avoid or troubleshoot these issues? 2. You have created shared folders for all your companies departments and assigned the appropriate permissions. Everyone can access the shares as planned, but now you find that an extraordinary amount of disk space is being...

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Week 2 - DQ 2 Why do companies make investments in other companies? What are the differences between debt and equity investments? What is the experience of either your organization or an organization that you are familiar with when it comes to debt and/or equity investments? What would influence a company to choose equity or debt as an investment? Response #1 Companies invest in other companies to earn a higher rate of return or to secure certain operating or financing arrangements with another company. Debt securities represent a creditor relationship with another entity. They include...

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Team B Week Four Outline C:9-35: Allocation of Precontribution Gain Response to sections by Saturday, July 14, 2012 6:00 EST- Kathryn Bartram Patty Ordinary Income Long-term Capital Gain Dave Ordinary Income Long-term Capital Gain C:11-45: Use of Losses by Shareholders Response to sections by Saturday, July 14, 2012 6:00 EST What amount of Hammer's current year loss can Tom deduct on his income tax return?- Karina Castro What is Tom's basis for the Hammer stock and note at the end of the loss year? - Karina Castro What income and deductions will Tom report next year from...

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Discussion Question 2: Answer the following about the Cubist Movement. Remember to post this discussion by Thursday and to respond to others 4 out of the 7 daysthis week. The design for Cubist artwork was dramaticallydifferent from what had come before in the history of painting. Why did the artistsinvolved in the creation of Cubism choose this radical and innovative approach to thedesignof their artwork? What influenced early Cubist artists? The influence of the early Cubist artists, Picasso and Barque,wasthat they discovered other cultures artwork being different, so they...

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A+ Solution Write a research report based on a scenario. use research sources(include at least one from a book, periodical, and the internet). Find information on at least four of these issues: • If you multitask as you are studying, what does the research say about the efficacy of multitasking? • Once you find how many hours a day you are sleeping, you should find out what the research says about sleep. What is the function of sleep? Why do we need it? How many hours do we need? • If you have trouble sleeping, what does the research say about the causes and solutions for...

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Week 1 - DQ 1 What are some of the major points in the history of free speech? How did these events contribute to the adoption of the First Amendment? Do you think that the First Amendment needs to be updated for the 21st century? Explain. What is the significance of the First Amendment in a global environment? Response #1 We as Americans did not come by the First Amendment easily. The original articles of this nation did not include a bill of rights. The original constitution ratified in 1787 did not include a bill of rights. Many argued that the individual states declarations of...

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Catergory BSHS 302 When u go inside the category course link detail description are given below Link name BSHS 302 Week 1 Discussion Question 1 Locate the Learning Team Toolkit (Library tab, over on the right side) and review its content. What purpose do Learning Teams serve here as adult learners? What will team work look like in Human Services? How will your practice in team work here impact your work in the Human Services field? BSHS 302 Week 1 Discussion Question 2 What is the value of understanding the history of social welfare provision and the roots of the human...

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A+ Solution This paper will be on your reflection to a Through Deaf Eyes DVD that will be shown in class. Following the questions you will type on the paper. What did you learn from the movie “Through Deaf eyes”? Does the movie change your perspective of Deaf culture? What do you think of movie? How do you feel about movie? What is your opinion? At least 2 pages typed, double spaced, and font 12 Times New Roman.

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A+Solution What are the main transformations the food industry has undergone in recent years? Why are these transformations relevant to us today? -Explain the relationship between fast food and globalization, and what are the health implications for developing as well as for developed nations? -What is the ideological underpinning of the slow food movement? What are its main criticisms? Referenced to the clips: “Globalization of big food and obesity” “Building a slow food nation: Josh Viertel at TEDx Manhattan”

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A+Solution Paragraph 1: explain the main ethical dilemma in the SAIC case Paragraph 2: What were some of the obstacles to a good outcome in this case? What social, cultural, political and economic factors influenced this outcome? How are different groups of people influenced differently in this case? Paragrah 3: what is your take on this case? What would bring about better outcomes for all involved? SAIC dilemma follow the link

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A+ Solution Individual Best Self-Assignment Assignment Directions 1.What are your unique strengths that describe who you are when at your very best? Describe 3-5 strengths that uniquely describe you. Use examples from your experiences to describe your strengths. 2.Context: In your paper, answer the following questions about the context your best self is embedded in. Drawing from your experiences, look for clues about what situations or contexts enable your best self to emerge? What kind of contexts keep you from operating at your best more of the time? 3.Agenda for...

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A+SolutionJournal Reflection Assignment: Before you respond to the questions watch this video and contrast this educational experience with that of the Boys of Baraka or the Poor White Kids videos. Describe Adverse Childhood Experiences. Where does this concept come from and what are the ramifications for you as a teacher? As a teacher why is it important to understand the relationship between poverty and culture? With this understanding of the relationship between these two concepts, as educators what then becomes our responsibility to students and their families? How might you...

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A+Solution Simply for the purposes of discussion in class (and your journaling), you are responsible for reading the first Introductory chapter: "Introduction: Markets and Morals" (pp. 6-29 in the pdf document) and the last section of the last chapter: The Skyboxification of Everyday Life (pp. 376-80 in the pdf document In an essay of betwen 500-1200 words, please address the following prompt: Sandel explains that over the last few decades a market and consumer logic has come to penetrate every area of contemporary social and political life; accordingly, he makes a distinction...

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A+Solution Answer these questions using this website () and this Video ( ) and others. Intro SAP Assignment( and others) 25 points Name: ____________________¬¬¬¬____ (NOTE: Undocumented copy and past replies to this assignment will be scored as a 0) What does SAPstand for? Provide a brief overview explanation of what the SAP business does and a description of the company. For example, but not restricted to: Where are SAP Corporate/Global offices? Where are the SAP US Corporate offices? On what continents does SAP do business, number of employees, revenue, etc,?...

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A+Solution Read "The Faith Factor: What Role Can Churches Play in At-risk Prevention?" located at :/&objectID=977B26B1-AEAA-46F3-9B4F8AA1CD59BAC0&method=display&templateID=C3435351-D45C-4B52-867A3F794D1CD85C Reflect on why the "faith factor" is negatively correlated with at-risk behaviors. In a reflective paper of 250-500 words, answer the following question: 1. What steps can parents, teachers, and Christian leaders take to promote the well-being of children and adolescents? Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines

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A+ Solution Answer five (5) essay questions from the list of 15 below. 1. Fully detail three recent steps taken by Congress toward coordination of intelligence. 2. On the global stage, what distinguishes Jose Padilla from Timothy McVeigh? Be specific in your response. 3. What point was clearly made in Fernandez regarding the disclosure of classified information? Provide a full explanation. 4. What was the problem of secret evidence in the Edwin Wilson case? 5. Provide a comprehensive explanation of “data mining” and fully identify the related problems with this kind of...

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Week 2, DQ 1 What marginal costs does University of Phoenix incur in offering one more ECO/561 class? What marginal revenues does University of Phoenix earn from each additional ECO/561 class? How would you expect this marginal analysis to affect the volume of classes University of Phoenix offers? Does University of Phoenix maximize profits? "Marginal cost (MC) is the extra, or additional, cost of producing one more unit of output" (McConnell, Brue, & Flynn, 2009, Pg 163) The additional costs to offer another ECO/561 class at the University of Phoenix would include the course...

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Case 4.1 Enron Corporation and Andersen,LLP University of Phoenix ACC 492 Case 4.1 Enron Corporation and Andersen, LLP What were the business risks Enron faced, and how did those risks increase the likelihood of material misstatement in Enron's financial statements? Enron's business risks involved risks such as fraud; however, their ultimate failure was when they entered into aggressive transactions involving special purpose entities (SPE's). The problem was that the accounting practices were questionable when they treated loans to look like revenue and did not record them as...

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A+ Solution University of Phoenix Discuss the following: · What are TQM and ISO? · How might TQM and ISO be used to improve an organization? · What are the benefits and challenges each? · What is the role of a Quality Control department in relation to either TQM or ISO? Prepare a 350- to 1,050-word paper detailing the findings of your discussion.

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A+ Solution From the book "Into Thin Air", select a topic and supporting details from below or one of your choosing that can be covered within the parameters of the assignment. In a 5-7-page paper, you will research a topic and do the following: 1)demonstrate the ability to develop a position. 2)demonstrate your ability to apply critical thinking skills. 3)demonstrate how correctly you can incorporate outside sources into your original, well-thought-out, and thoroughly analyzed topic that interests you. Essay should focus on the selected topic and contain a clear...

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A+ Solution What can I do to prevent diabetes in my family? Obesity in America Are Americans becoming fatter than ever? This is one of the great health questions that needs to be asked and addressed at the beginning of the 21st century

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A+ Solution The answer derived from The Psychology of Personality (Second Edition). Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN 978-1-4051-3635-8. 1. What is personality assessment? Based on your readings, wow would you apply personality psychology? Define the following: Independent variable, dependent variable, group mean, experimenter bias, and informed consent. (Chapter 1). 2. In your own words, discuss two of the assessments mentioned in Chapter 2. Also, define the following: test-retest reliability, examiner reliability, face validity, content validity and predictive validity. Discuss...

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Merger vs acquisition Sometimes, to achieve the greatest level of success, we must take advantage of how another firm can help us create a stronger competitive advantage. Respond to the following questions: What reasons could account for an organization's decision to implement a merger or acquisition strategy? How does an organization determine which of the two strategies to implement? Acquisition strategies can be complex. What are the primary problems faced during an acquisition that can affect a firm's ability to successfully implement the strategy? The decision of...

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Merger vs acquisition Sometimes, to achieve the greatest level of success, we must take advantage of how another firm can help us create a stronger competitive advantage. Respond to the following questions: What reasons could account for an organization's decision to implement a merger or acquisition strategy? How does an organization determine which of the two strategies to implement? Acquisition strategies can be complex. What are the primary problems faced during an acquisition that can affect a firm's ability to successfully implement the strategy? The decision of...

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A+ Solution Discuss the following: What are TQM and ISO? How might TQM and ISO be used to improve an organization? What are the benefits and challenges each? What is the role of a Quality Control department in relation to either TQM or ISO? Prepare a 350- to 1,050-word paper detailing the findings of your discussion.

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A+ Solution Discuss the following: What are TQM and ISO? How might TQM and ISO be used to improve an organization? What are the benefits and challenges each? What is the role of a Quality Control department in relation to either TQM or ISO? Prepare a 350- to 1,050-word paper detailing the findings of your discussion.

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BUS 303 Human Resources Management Week 2 DQ 2 - what are the goals of employee selection? Compare and contrast two selection methods and how these selection methods impact Employee Selection Methods In 200 - 250 words, what are the goals of employee selection? Compare and contrast two selection methods and how these selection methods impact the achievement of organizational objectives? Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. The goal of employment selection is to find the best candidate based of their experience, capability, and personality to achieve the...

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BUS 303 Week 5 Discussion Questions How does the current landscape of global HRM impact HR planning? What are the HRM implications of Hofstede's, Trompenaars', and the GLOBE models' cross-cultural dimensions? Which areas of HR do you think will be most affected by current and future trends discussed in this course? What are some of the changes that will need to be made in order to keep up with these trends? How does the current landscape of global HRM impact HR planning? What are the HRM implications of Hofstede's, Trompenaars', and the GLOBE models' cross-cultural...

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Instructional Materials Project Rationale: Research describing the literacy demands of the present and future shows that today's generation will have to be able to read and critically think about what they read more than any previous generation. Content area teachers will bear more responsibility for promoting literacy as a result. It is important that teachers learn to choose and analyze print resources. This assignment will provide you with the opportunity to seek out, organize, analyze, and begin considering how to use the variety of print resources...

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BUS 303 Week 5 Discussion Questions How does the current landscape of global HRM impact HR planning What are the HRM implications of Hofstede's, Trompenaars', and the GLOBE models' cross-cultural dimensions? Which areas of HR do you think will be most affected by current and future trends discussed in this course? What are some of the changes that will need to be made in order to keep up with these trends? How does the current landscape of global HRM impact HR planning? What are the HRM implications of Hofstede's, Trompenaars', and the GLOBE models' cross-cultural...

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BUS 303 Week 5 Discussion Questions How does the current landscape of global HRM impact HR planning What are the HRM implications of Hofstede's, Trompenaars', and the GLOBE models' cross-cultural dimensions? Which areas of HR do you think will be most affected by current and future trends discussed in this course? What are some of the changes that will need to be made in order to keep up with these trends? How does the current landscape of global HRM impact HR planning? What are the HRM implications of Hofstede's, Trompenaars', and the GLOBE models' cross-cultural...

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A+ Solution University of Phoenix HCS 545 Week 1 Ethical Self-Assessment Paper Health Law and Ethics - Ethical Influences on Health Care Complete the Ethical Self-Assessment located at Once at the home page, click the Ethics tab located on the left side. You will see a drop down menu. Click the Self-Assessment link and locate the assessment near the bottom of the page. Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you examine the influence of individual ethics on decision making within the health care industry. Respond to the following points: What did you learn about your...

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A+ Solution University of Phoenix HCS 587 Week 2 Week Two Observations - What types of observations are useful when Creating Change within Organizations - Behavioral Aspect of Organizational Change Observations What types of observations are useful when deciding whether or not an organization or a work group is ready to make a change? Please give an example. Post a 200-300-word response, as a team, summarizing your discussion.

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A+ Solution University of Phoenix HCS 588 Week 1 Quality Improvement Email - The leader of a local health care organization, Cindy Janowski Organizational Quality The leader of a local health care organization, Cindy Janowski, has noticed leading organizations successfully implement QI plans. Cindy wants to ensure her organization keeps current with those organizations' quality standards. She has hired you to research the industry's quality standards and to learn how to improve quality in her organization. Cindy sent you an e-mail, which states: Hey, Per our earlier...

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Week 3 DQ1 What are the steps in completing the accounting cycle? How do the different steps affect the financial statements? What is the effect on the financial statements of missing a step when completing the accounting cycle? The process for completing accounting circuit includes ... Analyzing business transactions (to judge what was purchased and what accounts it affects) Journalizing the transactions (place the entries in the correct accounts dr. & cr.) Post to ledger accounts (post to the correct ledger account dr. & cr.) Prepare a trial balance (used to check...

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What are the stages of negotiation? What are the three most important steps in the negotiation planning process and why? What steps would you add or delete from the negotiation planning process to make it more effective. Explain why. In an ideal negotiation process there are seven key steps that would normally take place and they are as follows: Preparation: deciding what is important, defining goals, thinking ahead on how to work together with the other party or parties. Relationship Building: process of getting to know the other party/parties, understanding the similarities and...

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[Please scroll down and follow instruction and get document ] PREVIEW Week 5 DQ1 What is the control environment? How does the control environment affect a company's internal controls? What are the negative and positive elements of a control environment? What are two examples of strong and weak internal controls in organizations where you have worked or have first-hand knowledge?

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1)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? 2)According to economics, what causes us to have to make choices? . . . resources. 3)What is the term in economics by which a group of buyers and sellers of a product come together to trade? 4)If a commercial dairy farm wants to raise funds to purchase feeding troughs, in which market does it do so? market. market. ...

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1)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. emotionally B. equitably C. rationally D. selfishly 2)What is the term in economics by which a group of buyers and sellers of a product come together to trade? A. market B. collective C. cooperative D. trade-off 3)Why do consumers have to make tradeoffs in deciding what to consume?...

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1) What is the term in economics by which a group of buyers and sellers of a product come together to trade? A. cooperative B. market C. trade-off D. collective 2) Consider a good whose consumption takes place publicly. On what factors would your decision to buy that good depend? A. only on the characteristics of the good itself and not on other people/s actions. B. only on how many other people buy the good, and not on the good itself. C. only on the price of the good, and not on other factors, such as other people's actions. D. both on the characteristics of the product...

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1) 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. equitably B. rationally C. emotionally D. selfishly 2) According to economics, what causes us to have to make choices? A. unemployment. B. scarcity. C. greed. D. unlimited resources. 3) What is the term in economics by which a group of buyers and sellers of a product come together to trade? A. collective B. cooperative C. market D. trade-off 4) If a...

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1) 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. equitably B. rationally C. emotionally D. selfishly 2) According to economics, what causes us to have to make choices? A. unemployment. B. scarcity. C. greed. D. unlimited resources. 3) What is the term in economics by which a group of buyers and sellers of a product come together to trade? A. collective B. cooperative C. market D. trade-off 4) If a...

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Axia college material Appendix e Hindu terms map Word What is your personal understanding of each of these terms? After reading the text, how would you redefine each of them? What differences did you find between the popular usage and actual definitions? Karma what goes around comes around or you get what you deserve. The consequences of your actions. None. I had the same understanding as noted in the text. Reincarnation Life after death. When the soul leaves a body and enters a new one after death. I didn't specify that the soul left one body and entered another,...

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Community building Watch the pbs report titled, the economy of a tent city. What are the primary principles involved in community building? Describe what is meant by enhancing a community's strengths and what kinds of efforts would be involved in working toward positive change. Discuss how these principles are either working or not working in the pbs report about haiti's rebuilding efforts. Discuss this topic in 250-300 words, supporting your comments with a minimum of one scholarly reference. Please respond to a minimum of two of your classmates. What are the primary principles...

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Community building Watch the pbs report titled, the economy of a tent city. What are the primary principles involved in community building? Describe what is meant by enhancing a community's strengths and what kinds of efforts would be involved in working toward positive change. Discuss how these principles are either working or not working in the pbs report about haiti's rebuilding efforts. Discuss this topic in 250-300 words, supporting your comments with a minimum of one scholarly reference. Please respond to a minimum of two of your classmates. What are the primary principles...

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Community building Watch the pbs report titled, the economy of a tent city. What are the primary principles involved in community building? Describe what is meant by enhancing a community's strengths and what kinds of efforts would be involved in working toward positive change. Discuss how these principles are either working or not working in the pbs report about haiti's rebuilding efforts. Discuss this topic in 250-300 words, supporting your comments with a minimum of one scholarly reference. Please respond to a minimum of two of your classmates. What are the primary principles...

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Community building Watch the pbs report titled, the economy of a tent city. What are the primary principles involved in community building? Describe what is meant by enhancing a community's strengths and what kinds of efforts would be involved in working toward positive change. Discuss how these principles are either working or not working in the pbs report about haiti's rebuilding efforts. Discuss this topic in 250-300 words, supporting your comments with a minimum of one scholarly reference. Please respond to a minimum of two of your classmates. What are the primary principles...

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Axia College Material Appendix B Final Project Preview My Topic: When one selects a particular professional life, does that also give one a certain set of moral obligations? My Notes: Principle Issues of My Topic 1. What are the moral obligations of Social Service professionals? 2. Do we acquire knowledge of our moral obligations, or do some come with work experience? 3. What moral obligations are lacking in the Social Service field? 4. What is/are the most difficult moral obligation(s) that I must uphold as Social Service...

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Community Building Watch the PBS report titled, The Economy of a Tent City. What are the primary principles involved in community building? Describe what is meant by enhancing a community's strengths and what kinds of efforts would be involved in working toward positive change. Discuss how these principles are either working or not working in the PBS report about Haiti's rebuilding efforts. Discuss this topic in 250-300 words, supporting your comments with a minimum of one scholarly reference. Please respond to a minimum of two of your classmates. What are the primary principles...

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1) What does cost accounting measure, record, and report? A. Future costs B. Product costs C. Managerial accounting decisions D. Manufacturing processes 2) What is the best way to handle manufacturing overhead costs in order to get the most timely job cost information? A. The company should apply overhead using an estimated rate throughout the year. B. The company should account for only the direct production costs. C. The company should determine an allocation rate as soon as the actual costs are known, and then apply manufacturing overhead to jobs. D. The company...

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1) 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. equitably B. rationally C. emotionally D. selfishly 2) According to economics, what causes us to have to make choices? A. unemployment. B. scarcity. C. greed. D. unlimited resources. 3) What is the term in economics by which a group of buyers and sellers of a product come together to trade? A. collective B. cooperative C. market D. trade-off 4) If a...

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ECON 312 Week 4 Discussion 1 GDP ECON312 Principles of Economics- DeVry Week 4 discussions GDP (graded) Go to the Bureau of Economic Analysis website, , and access the BEA interactively by selecting "National Accounts" and then "National Income and Product Account Tables." Select "Frequently Requested NIPA Tables," and find Table on GDP. What is the current GDP growth rate for the U.S.? Examine the trend over the past few years. What trends interest you? What stage of the Business Cycle would the U.S. economy be in currently given the trends? Why might GDP not be considered an...

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ECON 312 Week 4 Discussion 2 Unemployment and Inflation ECON312 Principles of Economics- DeVry Week 4 discussions GDP (graded) Go to the Bureau of Economic Analysis website, , and access the BEA interactively by selecting "National Accounts" and then "National Income and Product Account Tables." Select "Frequently Requested NIPA Tables," and find Table on GDP. What is the current GDP growth rate for the U.S.? Examine the trend over the past few years. What trends interest you? What stage of the Business Cycle would the U.S. economy be in currently given the trends? Why might...

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A+GUARANTEED BIO/101 week 2 what can Fruit Flies Reveal about Inheritance? Lab Resource:Mastering Biology Access Loginto Mastering Biology. Instructions for logging into MasteringBiology and accessing the investigations are found in the "MasteringBiology Access" document located on the student website. Completethe Mastering Biology Lab: Chapter 9 Investigation: What Can Fruit Flies Reveal About Inheritance? Take notes in the investigation's notebook as you perform the experiments. Answer the questions associated with the investigation. Saveyour answers as a MicrosoftWord...

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ETHC 445 Week 6 Quiz (Multiple Choice) ETHC 445 Principles of Ethics - DeVry ETHC445 Principles of Ethics Download answer for all the questions highlighted below: school of ethics would drive the commanding officer (CO) to follow rules and procedures? the CO to think about what is best for all indicates what kind of decision making? the CO's conscience was bothering him while making a decision, reading up on what ethicist would have made him aware of his thinking and deciding? the CO to be excessively afraid of upsetting the carrier air group commander displays what about his...

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Strayer FIN 534 Week 2 Homework set #1 Use the following information for Questions 1 through 8: Assume that you recently graduated and have just reported to work as an investment advisor at the one of the firms on Wall Street. You have been presented and asked to review the following Income Statement and Balance Sheets of one of the firm’s clients. Your boss has developed the following set of questions you must answer. Income Statements and Balance Sheet Balance Sheet 2012 2013 Cash $9,000 $7,282 Short-term investments 48,600 20,000 Accounts receivable 351,200...

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1. Why was the United States unable to avoid entering a Cold War with the Soviet Union? 2. In what ways were Trumans and Eisenhowers foreign policies similar? How did they differ? 3. What was the relationship between consumer culture and the emphasis on family life in the postwar era? 4. What is the significance of the Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka decision?

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ACC 205 Week 2 DQ 2 Bank Reconciliation What is the purpose of bank reconciliation? What are the reasons for differences between the cash reported in the accounting records and the cash balance in the bank statements? Analyze several of your peers' posts. Let at least two of your peers know what happens to the discrepancies between the book balance and the bank balance. Could these differences just be written off?

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ACC 205 (Principles of Accounting) Week 2 Week 2 DQ 1 (Accounting Cycle) Financial statements are a product of the accounting cycle. Think about two different companies: a manufacturing company, and a retail company. Why would different companies have different accounting cycles? Would you expect the steps of the accounting cycle to be the same for each company? Why or why not? Week 2 DQ 2 (Bank Reconciliation) What is the purpose of bank reconciliation? What are the reasons for differences between the cash reported in the accounting records and the cash balance in...

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ACC 490 (Auditing) Week 2 ACC 290 Week 2 DQ 1 What is the purpose of engagement planning? What critical information should the auditor consider during engagement planning? How will this information affect the scope of the audit? ACC 490 Week 2 DQ 2 What are the components of the audit risk model? How does the audit risk model affect an audit plan? ACC 490 Week 2 DQ 3 The third generally accepted standard of audit fieldwork requires that auditors obtain sufficient, competent audit evidence to afford a reasonable basis for an opinion regarding the...

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ACC 490 (Auditing) Week 4 ACC 490 Week 4 DQ 1 Why do auditors find it necessary to use sampling? What are the risks associated with sampling? How might these risks affect the audit conclusion? ACC 490 Week 4 DQ 2 What is the importance of defining the population when performing audit procedures? How would defining the population affect the sample size? How would incorrectly defining the population affect the sampling unit? ACC 490 Week 4 DQ 3 How does the auditor evaluate the results of audit procedures? What types of qualitative factors...

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ACC 490 Auditing Complete Course Week 1 ACC 490 Week 1 DQ 1 The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) have positioned the auditing professions to become assurance professions. What is the difference between assurance services, attestation services, and auditing services? What are the economic issues that drive the increased demand for assurance services? What is one assurance engagement and one attestation engagement other than an audit of financial statements? What are the differences between the two...

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BUS 330 Week 2 Quiz 10 Questions and Answers 1.Question :What reason was given to explain the emergence of Fair Trade as a business model for importers? 2.Question :Which of the following examples BEST illustrates a permanent pricing strategy that uses reductions from base price? 3.Question :When an intermediary in the distribution channel takes ownership of items, what is the impact on others in the supply chain? 4.Question :Which statement BEST describes the strategic objective of volume maximization? 5.Question :When price sensitivity differs among customers in...

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BUS 475 WEEK 3 DQ What are the different types of strategies? What are the differences among these strategies? How do you determine which type of strategy is most appropriate for your organization?

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ACC 290 - Week 2 DQ3 What are adjusting entries and why are they necessary? What accounts are subject to adjusting journal entries and why? What are the types of adjusting entries (provide examples)? It is necessary for organizations to adjust entries so that revenue and expense recognition principles are complied with. In an accrual accounting system revenues must be recorded in the period that they were earned in and expenses must be recognized in the period that they were incurred in. In order to make sure that this happens properly entries must be adjusted so the reports...

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ACC 290 (Principles of Accounting) Week 3 Week 3 DQ1 What are the steps in completing the accounting cycle? How do the different steps affect the financial statements? What is the effect on the financial statements of missing a step when completing the accounting cycle? Week 3 DQ2 What are the four closing journal entries? Why are they necessary? What are reversing entries? Why are they used? What are the pros and cons of using reversing entries? Why are reversing entries optional? Week 3 DQ3 What is the main purpose of a financial statement worksheet...

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ACC 491 Week 2 Week 2 DQ 1 What is the purpose of engagement planning? What critical information should the auditor consider during engagement planning? How will this information affect the scope of the audit? Week 2 DQ 2 What are the components of the audit risk model? How does the audit risk model affect an audit plan? Week 2 DQ 3 The third generally accepted standard of audit fieldwork requires that auditors obtain sufficient, competent audit evidence to afford a reasonable basis for an opinion regarding the financial statements under examination. In...

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ACC 491 (Contemporary Auditing 1) Week 4 Week 4 DQ 1 Why do auditors find it necessary to use sampling? What are the risks associated with sampling? How might these risks affect the audit conclusion? Week 4 DQ 2 What is the importance of defining the population when performing audit procedures? How would defining the population affect the sample size? How would incorrectly defining the population affect the sampling unit? Week 4 DQ 3 How does the auditor evaluate the results of audit procedures? What types of qualitative factors might the audit consider when...

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What are some of the strengths associated with the Con side of the issue? What are some of the weaknesses? The good thing of knowing that there still exists an inequality as between men and women particularly in the workforce is that it serves as a good eye opener for both the working institutions and the working couple in general. It will allow companies to reconsider their policies as regards their employees especially those who have families in such a manner that their career and family life will not be compromised. In the same token it will allow working couples to mediate and...

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Axia College Material Appendix E Hindu Terms Map Word What is your personal understanding of each of these terms? After reading the text, how would you redefine each of them? What differences did you find between the popular usage and actual definitions? Karma The term means that your actions determine what happens to you. Basically, what goes around comes around. This term means that every action has a consequence. Every consequence of every action shapes what our life will turn out to be.The use of term also suggests that every move we make during our life here will...

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ETH 316 Week 5 DQ1 The organization where you work is expanding into the global market by opening an office in China. What are some potential ethical and social issues that may arise as the company expands into this new area? Can these issues be avoided or mitigated? Why or why not?

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MKT 421 WEEK 4 DQ 2 What does the termnoisemean in marketing? With so much advertisingnoisein the marketplace, how can a company ensure its message is heard?

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BUS 670 Week 5 Dq Read Malorney v. B&L Motor Freight, Inc. .Discuss what duty or duties a business has with regard to checking the background of potential employees before hiring. Do you agree that businesses should be liable for injuries resulting from negligent hiring? Why or why not? Before hiring a candidate the employer thoroughly checks the candidate so as to prevent from any type of hiring of a liar, a criminal. Carrying out the background checks is the duty of the employer so as to avoid any type of mess in future. Moreover, if we are hiring for the driving position we will...

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In "Why the Future Doesn't Need UsBill Joy expresses a powerful pessimism about the dangers of technologies that may be developed later in our century. Joy also a muted optimism about humans' ability to use ethical principles to avoid those dangers. What are Joy's best reasons for being pessimistic? What are his strongest reasons for expressing optimism? As you consider the relative strengths and weaknesses of those reasons, explain whether and why you find yourself more pessimistic or more optimistic about the issues that Joy raises. Please ensure that your essay addresses each...

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AED 222 Planning Pyramid Axia College 7/14/11 Bloom's Taxonomy within a Planning Pyramid Teachers today use several different factors of the planning pyramid to help ensure students understand their work. Many teachers find it extremely helpful to write down what is expected of the students and also what they will be learning in class. Teachers label sections of the curriculum: what some student will learn, what most students will learn, and what all students should learn. By doing this and having content presentations, students have a very good understanding and knowledge...

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University of Phoenix Material Courtroom Participants' Professional Standards Research the Internet and locate at least one real-life example of each of the following: Prosecutorial misconduct Ineffective assistance by criminal defense counsel Judicial misconduct Select and complete one of the following assignments: Option 1: Paper Option 2: Presentation Option 3: News Article Option 1: Paper Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper in which you summarize each example and address the following questions: What did the prosecutor do wrong? How does...

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Week 5 DISC 2 - Independent Reading When used within a balanced literacy approach, independent reading promotes fluency. Do a google search on independent reading. You might want to use the following search phrases: Independent Reading, Silent Sustained Reading, Scaffolded Silent Sustained Reading, Drop Everything and Read, or Voluntary Reading. In your discussion posting, you will cite at least two articles. (These articles do not need to be peer-reviewed or scholarly.) Address the following questions in your posting: - What are at least two benefits of independent reading...

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Question 3 of 3 Points This last essay question pertains to the 2nd Amendment. Even though this Amendment continues to be reviewed in cases before the Supreme Court, there still seems to be little to no definitive decision by the courts of what is specifically included in right the Second Amendment protects. Discuss fully the two main sides of this debate. What are two perspectives as to what the 2nd Amendment protects and what evidence/ arguments do those two sides make to support their stance. What stance do you find most convincing and why? Be sure to back up your...

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BUS 640 Week 3 Production Cost Analysis and Estimation Applied Problems 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 that each driver transports each month. The below table presents details about the number of drivers and the total cargo transported by the company at different staff levels. a)Which inputs are fixed and which are variable in the...

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What Right to Privacy? The fact that the Constitution does not have a specific clause or reference to a right to privacy has become a very contentious cultural, social, and political issue in the United States. The ability of the government to enter into the private lives of American citizens has clearly been restricted by provisions in the Fourth Amendment, yet the debate over certain privacy based rights such as contraception, abortion rights, and consensual sexual activity continues today. In particular, when discussing abortion, many immediately begin to debate a woman's right to...

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CheckPoint: Final Project Preview Appendix B Final Project Preview My Topic: When one selects a particular professional life, does that also give one a certain set of moral obligations? My Notes: Principle Issues of My Topic 1. What are the moral obligations of Social Service professionals? 2. Do we acquire knowledge of our moral obligations, or do some come with work experience? 3. What moral obligations are lacking in the Social Service field? 4. What is/are the most difficult moral obligation(s) that I must uphold as Social Service...

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CJA 204 Week 3 Individual Courtroom Workgroup Paper Roles of a Courtroom The Roles of Courtroom Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper describing and evaluating the roles of the courtroom work group. Answer the following questions in your paper: ? What is a courtroom work group? How does this courtroom work group interact on a daily basis? What changes to the courtroom work group would you recommend? ? What is the role of the prosecutor? How does a prosecutor determine which cases to pursue? What would happen if the criteria for taking a case were more or less stringent? ?...

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Police Department Roles and Functions What are the various functions of a police agency? There are many departments within police department, there are various functions that each level of police agencies handles. Department function can be broken down into what certain officers do or what is the best way for the officers to help out with the community. Patrol services serving in the community preventing crime and assisting people in their time of need. Patrol officers handle different calls throughout their day on the job, some calls they will need different officers to handle a...

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Week 3 - Discussion Question 2 After reading your text, please have your responses reflect text and critical thought. Along with course content include real-world applications and your work experience whenever possible. What are the laws reflecting victim rights? What would happen if victim rights laws did not exist? Explain Discussion question responses should be at least 150-300 words.Please post your responses in theMainforum under this thread. Please do not start a new thread for the weekly discussion questions.When you include your personal opinion along with the text answer,...

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What is the definition of policy implementation? How can policy implementation improve for better cooperation within the various elements of the criminal justice system? What opportunities for improvement would you recommend for successful policy implementation? No matter who you are or where you from chances are you ran into some sort of problem you needed help resolving. One person with a problem in most cases can be easily resolved, but what has to be done when the problem involves a community, a state, or even the entire nation? When a problem becomes to major members of...

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Scholar-Practitioner Project Final Report Now that you have completed your Scholar-Practitioner Project: Final Presentation, it is time to share what you have done. To prepare for this Scholar-Practitioner Project Assignment, review your experience preparing and delivering your presentation in the community. Reflect on the challenges and rewards of shining a light on the issues presented in this class. Was your audience receptive to these ideas? What message seemed to resonate best? What perspectives did you gain from listening to your audience? To complete this...

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NR 361 Week 4 Discussion 1 Your Patient Has a Personal Health Record (PHR)...Now What (NR 305 - RN Health Assessment - Chamberlain) Week 4 DQ 2 Your Patient Has a Personal Health Record (PHR)...Now What? (graded) You are the nurse in a busy family practice clinic. A new patient presents with a personal health record (PHR). This is the first time that you have encountered a PHR. What are the advantages to PHRs? What are ways that you may access the patient's PHR? What may be some obstacles that you encounter? Respond This section lists options that can be used to view...

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(NR 305 - RN Health Assessment - Chamberlain) NR 361 Week 5 DQ 1 Uses of Standardized Nursing Terminology ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- From your practice standpoint, what have you read this week in your text or in the lesson that offered a new view or appreciation for standardized terminology? Be specific. NR 361 Week 5 DQ 2 Documentation and Reimbursement ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- What is the impact of Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) payment denial on...

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Review the following broad definition of health care quality and answer the questions that follow: Health care quality occurs when: patients can access a continuum of appropriate care and service in a timely manner, patientsare educated and actively participate in the planning and delivery of their care and service, clinical outcomesare achieved with excellence, patients achieve their care goals and optimum quality of life, patient satisfaction outcomes are delivered with human dignity and compassion, staff satisfaction outcomes reflect pride of achievement, and...

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Proposing an HRIS Initiative HRM/319 To:Management From: Date: Re:HRIS Proposal Message As the HR Department head, I would like to suggest the following plan for the new HRIS structure and the rewards of this tremendous company venture. The subsequent questions will be discussed thoroughly for better recognition of an HRIS and it's importance as an investment to this organization. What is an HRIS? What goals must it attain and what fundamental kinds of HRIS software are existing? What organizational aspects might be affected by the value of the HRIS being...

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Week 1 - DQ 2 What is a creative thinker? What are some examples of how these creative thinkers have applied innovation, design, or creativity? What are the similarities and/or differences among these creative thinkers? Explain your answer. Response #1 The business dictionary defines a creative thinker as someone that has a "way of looking at problems or situations from a fresh perspective that suggests unorthodox solutions (which may look unsettling at first). Creative thinking can be stimulated both by an unstructured process such as brainstorming, and by a structured process such...

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HRM 595 (Negotiation Skills - Devry Keller) Week 6 Group Negotiation, Difficult Situations and Third Party Approaches Discussion Question 1 Negotiating With Relationships Top of Form Week 6: Group Negotiation, Difficult Situations and Third Party Approaches - Discussion Negotiating With Relationships (graded) What are the major social factors in negotiation? Who are the possible parties? How are they different, and how does this affect the negotiation? What are "fundamental relationship forms" and the characteristics of each? What is more important when...

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HRM 595 (Negotiation Skills - Devry Keller) Week 6 Group Negotiation, Difficult Situations and Third Party Approaches Discussion Question 2 Forming & Managing Multi-Party Coalitions Top of Form Week 6: Group Negotiation, Difficult Situations and Third Party Approaches - Discussion Forming & Managing Multi-Party Coalitions (graded) How do coalitions get started, and how do they grow? What is a "bedfellow" and a "fence sitter"? What tactics can you implement to strengthen a multi-party coalition? What are the strategies that you can implement to effectively...

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MGMT591 (Leadership and Organizational Behavior) Week 3 Threaded Discussions 1 (What Constitutes a Team) What Constitutes a Team? (graded) Focusing on the material in Chapter 7, compare and contrast this MGMT591 session with a what aspects does the class resemble a team?Are there parallels between the stages of team development and the progression of our class?What type of team formation is going on in this classroom?Does the notion of social loafing apply to our class in any respect? Please be specific in your examples and support your opinion with evidence from...

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MKTG 522 Week 3 Checkpoint MM522 Marketing Management MKTG 522 Marketing Management - DeVry Sample questions for which answers are included in the download 1. (TCOs C, H) Describe customer perceived value, total customer benefit, and total customer cost. How do the total customer benefit and the total customer cost affect the consumer's perception? 2.(TCOs C, H) What are some of the ways that a business can attract and retain customers? 3. (TCOs C, H) What are the five stages in the buying decision process? Briefly describe each. 4.(TCOs C, H) What is a niche market? What does an...

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HIS 306 Week 2 DQ 2. Discuss all of the following questions using several different examples of Fascism from the text, or video, and original analysis of your own. Discuss the role of fascism in the interwar period. What is fascism? What characteristics distinguish fascist states from merely authoritarian regimes? What were the driving forces that accounted for the rise in fascism during the interwar period in Europe? Why did the average person allow fascism to take hold? Fascism gave the people a sense of power, or belonging in an unstable economic, political, and...

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ACC 290 Week 3 DQ 1 Week 3 - DQ 1 What are the steps in completing the accounting cycle? How do the different steps affect the financial statements? What is the effect on the financial statements of missing a step when completing the accounting cycle? What are the four closing journal entries? Why are they necessary? What are reversing entries? Why are they used? What are the pros and cons of using reversing entries? Why are reversing entries optional? Response #1 The steps to complete the accounting cycle are determine the transaction, look over it to make sure you no what it is,...

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ACC 290 Week 5 DQ 1 Week 5 - DQ 1 What is the control environment? How does the control environment affect a company's internal controls? What are the negative and positive elements of a control environment? What are two examples of strong and weak internal controls in organizations where you have worked or have first-hand knowledge? How are these different? How would you describe the key internal controls that should be in place to protect cash in a cash rich environment such as a merchandiser? What are the key internal controls that should be in place to protect inventory for a...

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Week 7 Discussion Question 2 What does "recapture" refer to? What is the effect of recapture? How do you treat recapture? At what rate would you tax the recapture (i.e., ordinary or capital gains)? Why? According to our textbook, transactions that would extinguish the section 1245 recapture potential include gifts, death, charitable transfers, and certain nontaxable transactions. The nontaxable transacttions that would extinguish recapture potential include transfers of property pursuant tonontaxable reorganizations. Recapture under 1245 does not apply to gifts, which the recapture...

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#####_A+ Grade Work_ ####**OP 386 - Barilla Case [Barilla SpA (A), HBS Case 694-046]** Answer the following questions related to the Barilla Case [Barilla SpA (A), HBS Case 694-046]: 1.Describe Barilla's manufacturing and distribution operations. 2.What is the problem faced by Barilla? What do you think are the factors causing this problem? 3.Describe the solution proposed by Brando Vitali. Why do you think this would help alleviate the problem? 4.What conflicts or barriers internal to Barilla does the JITD program create? What causes these conflicts? How should Giorgio...

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ACC 547 Week 6 DiscussionTax Law Research Worksheet How does the gross estate differ from a probate estate What determines whether an item passes to heirs outside the probate process? Are there items subject to estate tax that are not subject to income tax? Why or why not? Is a probate estate subject to income tax? Explain your answer. For tax purpose gros estate refers to the total assets in which one has an interest in death. This includes en I cases whereby the the tite does not pass through will. It also includes gifts made in the lifetime that exceed the million limit. On...

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ACC 205 Week 2 Discussion 2: Bank Reconciliation What is the purpose of bank reconciliation? What are the reasons for differences between the cash reported in the accounting records and the cash balance in the bank statements? Analyze several of your peers' posts. Let at least two of your peers know what happens to the discrepancies between the book balance and the bank balance. Could these differences just be written off?

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ACC 290 Week 5 Discussion Question 1 What is the control environment? How does the control environment affect a company's internal controls? What are the negative and positive elements of a control environment? What are two examples of strong and weak internal controls in organizations where you have worked or have first-hand knowledge?

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ACC 300 Week 3, Discussion Questions 1 What is the purpose of financial statement analysis? What are some tools we might use to analyze financial performance? What might we use to benchmark performance? Why?

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ACC 400 Week 2 Discussion Question 2 What are the types of equity accounts? What is the role of equity accounts in raising capital? Under what circumstances would you not pay a dividend? Under what circumstances would you pay a dividend?

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ACC 421 Week 2 Discussion Question 2 What are the differences between regular and irregular items on an income statement? What are the requirements for items to qualify as irregular? What are some examples of these irregular items? What is the effect of irregular items on an investor's analysis of a company?

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BIS 219 Week 3 Discussion Question 3 What are the differences between ERP and customer relationship management (CRM) software? In what ways do they complement each other? What is the best use of each?

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BUS 475 Discussion Question What are strategic objectives? What is the purpose of strategic objectives? What makes an effective strategic objective? What are some examples of strategic objectives for you organization or one with which you are familiar?

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HCS 330 Week 1 DQS University of Phoenix What are the similarities and differences in how children and older people contract and react to infectious diseases? What is the difference between disease and illness? What were the major breakthroughs that contributed to a more scientific understanding of disease causation? A+ Grade Guided response

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HCS 330 Week 4 Culture and Disease Paper University of Phoenix Select a population of interest as part of your investigation; for example, choose a particular race or ethnicity and how it relates to your infectious disease. Explore the social and cultural aspects of the disease in a 1,400- to 1,750-word paper. Include the following information: •Describe the agent of disease. •Describe the factors that make this particular population vulnerable to the disease. •Describe environmental factors that make the population vulnerable to the disease. •What are the...

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_A+ Grade Work_ ####**OPS 571 Week 5 Learning Team Reflection (New)** #####University of Phoenix Discuss the following: What are TQM and ISO? How might TQM and ISO be used to improve an organization? What are the benefits and challenges each? What is the role of a Quality Control department in relation to either TQM or ISO? Prepare a 350- to 1,050-word paper detailing the findings of your discussion. Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.

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BUS 602 Final question 2 What analyses might a manager do to learn more about a specific industry? Please provide at least three examples. A manager could perform several types of analyses to learn more about specific industries. Growth rate analyses for the industry can help to predict immediate future trends in the industry, combined with a trend analysis, which would enhance the results to be analyzed. Managers can perform financial ratio analyses to determine what general direction the industry is headed in, and would allow management to make comparisons from past periods (quarters...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**NRS-427V Module 3 DQ 1** Concepts in Community and Public Health - Tools for Community Health Nursing Practice What is the difference between a group "at risk" for poor health and a group considered a "vulnerable" population? Provide an example of a group at risk and a group considered a vulnerable population. 1.Explain why members of these groups cannot advocate for themselves or why advocating for these groups would be beneficial. 2.What would you advocate for? 3.What risk are you taking as a community health nurse when advocating for the aforementioned...

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A+ Graded Tutorial DeVry University ECET 340 Lab 2 - Interrupts in C 1.What distinguishes an external interrupt from an RTI interrupt? 2.Describe what transpires when an interrupt occurs? 3.What is an interrupt service routine? What benefit does the ISR have over standard polling code? 4.Discuss challenges experienced in developing the dual interrupt software code.

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A+ Solutions MKT-607 Module 1 DQ 1 Marketing Management Strategic Planning and the Marketing Management Process What are the components of a common marketing plan? Why is it important have a strategic marketing plan? How does the type of product or service affect the marketing strategy? Provide an example.

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A+ Solutions MGT-605 Module 4 DQ 2 Leadership and Organization - General Leadership What does Kotter argue are the main differences between leadership and management? Do you believe he is right? Why or Why not?

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Assignment 3 Website Migration Project - Tony's Chips Tony's Chips has recently been sold to a new independent company. The new company has hired you to manage a project that will move the old Website from an externally hosted solution to an internal one. The company's leadership is very concerned about redundancy for their site, insisting that a back-up site be available as a failover in case the main site goes down. In addition, they want the site redesigned to allow customers to order products online. As part of your job, you must complete a 10-to-15 page paper that follows...

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A+ Grade Work University of Phoenix LDR 300 Week 1 DQ 1, DQ 2 and DQ 3 What are some differences between leadership and management? How do these differences affect an organization? What are some decisions leaders must make? What are some decisions managers must make? What is effective leadership? What obstacles may hinder effective leadership? What tools effectively reduce leadership obstacles in an organization? When and how should these tools be used?

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A+ Solutions UNV-504 Week 4 Topic 4 DQ 2 Introduction to Graduate Studies in the Ken Blanchard College of BusinessInnovation and Entrepreneurial Spirit Refer to "Entrepreneurship Versus Intrapreneurship" and answer the following questions. What is entrepreneurship? In what ways are entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship similar? In what ways are they different? Explain which of these options seems most advantageous to you in your career and why.

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ABS 200 Week 3 DQ 1 Types of Groups Download Types of Groups. Select one of the types of groups: Task group, Team, Treatment, Support, Committees, etc., giving an example of how it functions, its purpose, goals, and relevance to the individuals that participate in the group. What kinds of variables might act as barriers to the successful outcomes of this group? What factors might work to empower the group to achieve its goals? Please use 250-300 words to discuss this topic, and include a minimum of one scholarly reference. Respond to a minimum of two of your classmates. ABS...

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A+ Solutions FIN-350 Module 5 DQ 1 Fundamentals of Business Finance - Risk and Return and Rate of Return What are the three possible sources of business risk? Explain. What other forms of risk does a business face? Why is risk not the chance of taking a loss?

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A+ Solutions MGT-420 Module 1 DQ 2 Organization Behavior and Management - Introduction to Management and Organizational Behavior What are the six challenges facing managers in the workplace today? Each student is expected to discuss one of the major challenges, highlighting its importance in the 21st century workplace and how it affects the behavior of people within organizations.

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A+ Solutions MGT-420 Module 7 DQ 3 Organization Behavior and Management - Managing Human Resources What are employee benefits? Explain how they are a major part of the compensation package. Review your current compensation package and determine if it is adequate and fair given the tasks you complete in your job.

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POL 303 week 5 DQ2 Three core values are often discussed when it comes to what all Americans hold dear democracy, liberty, and equality. Equality, in particular, is a value and a right that Americans have fought other nations and each other to preserve and expand. Until the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution was passed, equal protection of the law was not part of our Constitution. This critical amendment was the legal vehicle that enabled our nation to prohibit discrimination based on race and sex and to also support and affirm the need for diversity. Nevertheless, the struggle for...

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What changes in employment relationships are likely to occur as the population ages Do you think increasing age diversity will create new challenges for managers? What types of challenges do you expect will be most profound? What types of policies might lead to charges of age discrimination, and how can they be changed to eliminate these problems? Discuss some other challenges organizations often encounter while trying to build a diverse workforce. Describe some of the actions an organization should take to overcome diversity challenges, explaining why those actionswould be helpful....

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A+ Grade Solution UNV 103 Week 9 Writing Self-Assessment Reflection Topic: Ensuring Your Success Purpose: Developing your writing skills is critical to your success throughout your program of study. Learning to write effectively will ensure your ability to communicate your ideas, thoughts, and feelings as well as what you have learned. Throughout this course you have written several journals in response to a variety of different writing prompts relating to the module topics and objectives. For this assignment, you will complete a writing self-assessment and write a...

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BEH 225 Week 1 checkpoint How did psychology evolve into a science What are some psychological perspectives that explain human behavior? A long-standing debate in the field of psychology is the degree to which nature and nurture shape human behaviors and traits. How would you describe the interaction between genetic potential, environmental influences, and personal choice? The field of psychology emerged 130 years ago when researchers began to directly study and observe psychological events. The first psychological laboratory was established in Germany in...

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Week 3 DQ 1 Farm Bank Read The Farm Bank case study on pages 235-236 of your textbook. What advice would you give Valerie Wyatt? What OD intervention strategy or strategies would you advise her to use and why? Make a substantive response to at least two of your classmates' postings. Valerie faces difficulty as she has to come to terms with three types of changes. She has to adapt to behavioral changes. At the same time there are structural changes in the organization and technological ones also. Macro level- The major challenge is to introduce...

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Social networks seems to have become a "must do" activity for a firm. Much like the early days of the late 1980s where companies felt they had to have a website, even if they did not know what to do with it, they now feel that they must have social network connections. This is the case even though most appear not certain as to how to incorporate Social Network (SN) activity into an overall business strategy, or even why. Do you believe there a role for social networks in uniting consumers and companies as well as providing avenues or direct interactions? If not why not and if so what would...

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Describe the most effective indirect compensation system you have experienced or read about. Why was it effective? What are the advantages and disadvantages of performance-based pay Explain why employees in an organization should or should not earn pay based on performance. "Indirect compensation" refers to the "non-monetary" benefits presented and given to the employees in lieu of services offered by them to an organization. And they include Overtime Policy, Leave Policy, Car policy, Hospitalization, Travel Assistance Limits, Insurance, Flexible Working, and Retirement Benefits...

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Visit the Market Potential Index for Emerging Markets page at GlobalEdge Market Potential Indicator (MPI) is an index used to compare emerging markets along various dimensions. This index was developed as a result of an extensive study by MSU CIBER (Michigan State University Center for International Business Education and Research). In a cohesive and concise paper, answer the following questions What are the indicators used in developing this index Which of the indicators, in your opinion, would have a greater impact for a company that markets laptop computers? Using the MPI, which...

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Compare and contrast relative age dating with radiometric dating. What are the strengths and limitations (if any) of each? Before radiometric dating (also known as carbon dating), relative age dating was used, and it was primarily educated guesswork that did not have a scientific basis and lent itself to individual bias. After using this inaccurate method, scientists began to look at the different archaeological strata or layers of earth and use a comparison type method based on the idea that the earths geological layers are oldest at the bottom and that "an object cannot be older than the...

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BUSN 427 Global Issues in Business Week 1 Week 1 DQ 1 Although the lowering of trade barriers made the globalization of markets and production a theoretical possibility, technological change made it a tangible reality. How have changes in technology contributed to the globalization of markets and of production? Would the globalization of production and markets have been possible without these technological changes? How does technology create global opportunity? Week 1 DQ 2 A democratic political system is an essential condition for sustained economic progress. What are your...

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Ethical Scenario (9) You are the CEO of a baked-goods plant located in the South Bronx. You have gotten into the doughnut business and your marketing Vice President suggests using a brand name that suggests that the doughnuts are made in the old fashioned way. She suggests using the brand name, "Grandma's Old-Fashioned Bakery" to evoke the image of a simple bakery using healthy ingredients. Should the company should use the brand name Grandma's Old-Fashioned Bakery" or not? Identify at least 3 courses of actions or alternatives.1 What is the ethical dilemma or issue?2 What are the...

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What changes in employment relationships are likely to occur as the population ages Do you think increasing age diversity will create new challenges for managers What types of challenges do you expect will be most profound? What types of policies might lead to charges of age discrimination, and how can they be changed to eliminate these problems? Discuss some other challenges organizations often encounter while trying to build a diverse workforce. Describe some of the actions an organization should take to overcome diversity challenges, explaining why those actionswould be helpful. Provide...

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What changes in employment relationships are likely to occur as the population ages Do you think increasing age diversity will create new challenges for managers? What types of challenges do you expect will be most profound? What types of policies might lead to charges of age discrimination, and how can they be changed to eliminate these problems? Discuss some other challenges organizations often encounter while trying to build a diverse workforce. Describe some of the actions an organization should take to overcome diversity challenges, explaining why those actionswould be helpful....

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What does literature offer an individual How has the importance of reading changed from earlier eras (pre-digital/audio/visual media) to our present day? Do you think we read differently now than we did in prior generations? Do you think Clugston's quote is valid? How have perceptions regarding the value of literature changed, if at all? What causes people's perceptions regarding the value of literature to change? Importance of Literature 1. We cannot ignore the importance of the literature in the life of an individual person. It helps in building the experience and provide pleasure to...

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What does literature offer an individual How has the importance of reading changed from earlier eras (pre-digital/audio/visual media) to our present day? Do you think we read differently now than we did in prior generations? Do you think Clugston's quote is valid? How have perceptions regarding the value of literature changed, if at all? What causes people's perceptions regarding the value of literature to change? Importance of Literature 1. We cannot ignore the importance of the literature in the life of an individual person. It helps in building the experience and provide pleasure to...

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What does literature offer an individual How has the importance of reading changed from earlier eras (pre-digital/audio/visual media) to our present day? Do you think we read differently now than we did in prior generations? Do you think Clugston's quote is valid? How have perceptions regarding the value of literature changed, if at all? What causes people's perceptions regarding the value of literature to change? Importance of Literature 1. We cannot ignore the importance of the literature in the life of an individual person. It helps in building the experience and provide pleasure to...

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NETW 584 Telecom Laws and Regulations All Discussions Week 1 Week 1 DQ 1 What gives the federal government the right to regulate the Telecommunications arena, and what is the purpose of laws and regulations. Do you think we need laws and regulation in the telecommunications field at all? Why or why not? Week 1 DQ 2 What is the role of the FCC in the Telecommunications field? What is the purpose for the creation of the governing statute for the regulation of telecommunications in the United States (the Communications Act of 1934)? Why was it necessary for the federal...

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ETHC 445 Principles of Ethics Week 6 Week 6 Discussion 1 Applying Rand's Objectivism (Graded) Ayn Rand’s Objectivist philosophy has been touted by her detractors as the philosophy of self-interested selfishness. Her four epistemological principles are: 1. Metaphysics: Objective reality of the world and the objects in it. 2. Epistemology: Reason as the one and only key to understanding. 3. Ethics: Self-interest in what behavior is but also what it should be. 4. Politics: Capitalism through the performance of deeds by individuals who are self-interested. Week 6 Discussion...

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University of Phoenix Material Acquiring Admissible Statements Worksheet Conduct an Internet search by visiting the state websites for Arizona, Illinois, New York, and California. Locate the legal requirements to obtain admissible statements in these states. Include your research findings in the following table. State Legal requirements Precedent Other Arizona Illinois New York California In one to three paragraphs, answer the following questions regarding the regulatory information you found while conducting your research. 1. When reviewing the legal requirements to...

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A+ Grade Work Benchmark Assignment - Implications of an Ethical Issue In this assignment you will analyze the implications of an ethical issue according to your worldview. Write a 1,000-1,500-word essay in which you analyze ethical thinking and use values-based decision making to address a case study from the perspective of the Christian worldview as compared to your own worldview assumptions. Choose one case study from the five options listed on “Ethical Dilemmas.” After an appropriate introductory paragraph with thesis statement, in which you name the scenario you are choosing,...

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Article 1 - What Features are Included in Minecraft? The time vary within quality, plus some much harder to discover than other people. A device made from gemstone will be practically unbreakable, as you will simply obtain a little bit of utilize out of the wooden. As you may anticipate, wood is actually far easier to discover than gemstone. Because you'll quickly understand, these structures are very essential. Once you view the sun establishing, you need to go to your refuge as fast as possible. When the sun offers set, as well as night has dropped, the scenery will fill with revenant...

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Fundamental Analysis A good fundamental analysis consists of three parts: Economic analysis Industry analysis Company analysis These three parts must be interrelated to generate useful information for calculating the intrinsic value of a firm. The example below shows the analysis for a firm (e.g., Safeway) in the grocery industry. Economic Analysis Growth: What is the difference between real GDP and nominal GDP? How fast was the real economy growing over the most recent 10-year period (i.e., 2000-2010)? How does this compare to its long-run trend over the past 30 years? Business...

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A+ Grade Solution BUS 308 Week 5 Final Paper - What have you learned about statistics Ashford University The final paper provides you with an opportunity to integrate and reflect on what you have learned during the class. The question to address is: “What have you learned about statistics?” In developing your responses, consider – at a minimum – and discuss the application of each of the course elements in analyzing and making decisions about data (counts and/or measurements). The course elements include: • Descriptive statistics • Inferential...

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Ethic question What are the role and responsibilities of the ethics committee in healthcare organizations? What type of conflict could healthcare administrators encounter when trying to manage ethical issues pertaining to business, patients, and staff that may be brought before the ethics committee? What is the value of having ethics review committees such as an institutional ethics committee (IEC), internal review board (IRB), or an infant care review committee (IREC)? Institutional ethics committees (IEC), serve vital roles within the realm of the healthcare industry. According to Darr...

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In one paragraph, supported with evidence from your text and from other research, answer 1 (one) of the following questions. Be sure to include the text of the question itself with your answer: What is the market approach to consumer protection? In what ways does it fall short of completely protecting consumers? Why are people not good at making probability estimates? How is this relevant to consumer protection issues? According to the contract view of business' duties to customers, what are the four basic duties a firm has to its customers? Why are they necessary? What objections do...

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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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In 200 - 250 words, what are the goals of employee selection? Compare and contrast two selection methods and how these selection methods influence the achievement of organizational objectives? Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. One of the best ways to select the objectives for the employee selection is to figure out the best job opening. Being an employer, we want somebody who will be appropriate for your team, association and civilization. Choosing the precise person will generate a solid team establishment, and permit you to meet managerial goals and present more...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**SOC 100-0501 Week 8 Topic 6 DQ 2** #####Topic: The Vital Institutions and Pillars of Society Does "Gene Simmons Family Jewels" depict a typical U.S. family? Why or why not? What is going on with the American family today? What historical events have played a role in shaping U.S. family life? What do you see for the future of the U.S. family? How do religion and education impact the future of the U.S. family?

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BUS 446 Week 3 DQs Describe the ABC classification system. What is the purpose of classifying items in this fashion? What would be the primary value of ABC analysis to a retailer? To a manufacturer? A vendor keeps careful records of the number of magazines she sells each day and the various costs that are relevant to her decision regarding the optimal number of magazines to purchase. For what reason might her results be inaccurate? What would she need to do in order to accurately measure the daily demand for magazines? Describe the ABC classification system. What is the purpose of...

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A+ Grade Solution CWV 101 Module 7 DQ 1 Topic: What Is My Personal Worldview? In light of the topic of sexuality this week, click on the link for the "Marshmallow Test" video. What insights can be gained from this video? In what ways do immediate and delayed gratification apply to worldviews and lifestyle? Choose one worldview studied in this course and discuss its approach to sexuality and compare it to your worldview?

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Cybercrime and Terrorism From the e-Activity, analyze the goals and objectives of the NSA CSS and explain what you believe to be the most important goal / objective for the protection of national security interests. Support your answer. Assume the role of a leader in a terrorist organization. Assess how you could use the Internet for your operations and describe the one use that you believe could be the most catastrophic and why. National Security Agency / Central Security Serivce (NSA / CSS) is the security agency that helps and guides US government in matters related to computer...

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Running Head: CASE ANALYSIS Your job will be to investigate the firm's problem(s) as they relate to Service Operations and prepare a written paper for each case. You need to justify your recommendations using four methods of analysis (SWOT, Service Quality/GAP Model, Servicescape/Location, NPV & ROI). 1. Examine the reasons how Porcinis has maintained high product and service quality? What are Porcinis plan for maintain this quality for its Pronto concept? Can you suggest ways to supplement this tool?/o:p 2. What does the proposed customer questionnaire system Pronto is planning to use...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**ENG 125 Week 1 Proposal for Final Paper** Once you have decided on an approved prompt and approved text(s), respond to the questions below. Please be mindful of the count and double-space of all responses. You are to meet the minimum word requirement without going over the minimum number of words required. 1. What is your chosen prompt for the literary analysis assignment? (Use the space below to complete this section. Include the number and first sentence of the prompt you chose from the list of prompts.) 2. What...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**HCS 483 Week 4 IT Project Implementation Failures** Resource: Ch. 16 of Health Care Information Systems: A Practical Approach for Health Care Management (3rd ed.) Consider the following scenario: • During the third week of your internship, the CIO emails your team several examples of other IT project implementations. Later that day, she says, "Review the examples I sent you about the implementation process. I attached a list of questions for you to answer about how the implementation process works and why IT projects sometimes fail. I'm most interested in...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**HCS 483 Week 5 Technology Trends Proposal Presentation** Imagine you have been selected to consult for a prestigious health care organization. Your ultimate goal is to develop a proposal to present to the board of the organization. At their last meeting, the board asked you to prepare a proposal on how the organization might adopt a technology trend to improve the quality of the health care delivered to organization members. Resource: Week Two Technology Trends Proposal Part l, Week Three Technology Trends Proposal Part II, and Week Four Technology Trends...

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A+ Grade Solution BUS 307 Week 1 Discussion 2 - Business Mapping of Processes From Chapter 4, Problem 13, read the current home equity loan process at Faircloth Financial and map the current process. Identify any rework loops and delays in the process. What causes these? What is the impact on cycle times? How might this affect customers’ willingness to do business with Faircloth? What changes might you recommend to redesign this process with the needs of the customer in mind? Respond to at least two of your classmates’ postings.

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What things will the computers be used for in future? Is dependence a good thing or should we be more suspicious about the benefits? Name of Student: Institute of affiliation: The discovery of computer referred to as epic was one of the greatest milestones for technological breakthroughs of last century. Since then, computers have become significant in changing our lifestyle to an unexplainable point. People are nowadays using computers for online marketing, scanning fingerprint to detect crimes, treating serious diseases such as cancer by use of rays that are...

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ACC 561 WEEK 2 DISCUSSION QUESTION What ways do the elements of the four financial statements (The four main financial statements being: balance sheet, the income statement, the statement of cash flows, and the statement of changes in owners equity.) interact with one another? How might changing one of the financial statements affect the other financial statements? Why is it essential to understand the relationship between the financial statements?

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AMD Construction and Negotiation Read Case 3 AMD Construction in the text (pg. 448-450) Putchasing and Supply Chain Management, 2014 3rf edition- W.C. Benton Jr) and answer the following questions in a three- to -four page, APA formatted paper: Discuss the various steps in the capital equipment acquisition process. Develop a comprehensive analysis of the negotiations between Jane Axle and Tom Reed. (Provide a chart to show financial impacts.) What is your assessment of the negotiations process, given what you have studied? What are your recommendations for Mr. Reed? You must justify your...

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Case Study Describe the two methods of evaluation Analyze the Case Study and develop the conclusions, recommendations, and implications by answering the questions at the end. Your response to each question should be at least 200 words in length. You are required to use at least your textbook as source material for your response. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying APA citations. Discussion Points: 1. What is the purpose of the evaluation process, and how could this Case Study be used in the evaluation process?...

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Assignment 2 Problem Solving When faced with a problem, what do you do to solve it This assignment asks you to apply a six-step to problem solving process to a specific problem scenario. You will write a paper that presents a synthesis of your ideas about solving the problem using this systematic approach. As Voltaire said, "No problem can withstand the assault of sustained thinking." Choose one (1) of the problem scenarios as a topic choice for your paper (Note: Your professor must approve your topic choice before you begin work on the assignment.) Scenario 2: Your child comes home from...

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After reading the Dorfman article, Public Pensions are Still Marching to Their Death What are the political reasons public pensions are underfunded If the pension problem is political, what steps would have to occur to remedy the problem? Do you think such a remedy will ever take place? If you do not see a remedy for the situation, what do you predict will happen to public pensions in the future? Q. 1 what are the political reasons public pensions are underfunded? There are various political reasons behind public pensions getting underfunded. The government thought to...

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The Library of Congress lists the 9-minute 1951 movieDuck and Coveras one of the most significant films of all time. Produced by Archer Films, the film was designed to teach children what to do in case of a nuclear attack. Conductasearch on the Internet for the title of the video or via the Prelinger Archives video collection on the Internet. Writea 300- to 350-word paper in which you consider what it would have been like to live under the threat of nuclear war. Compare it to the threat of terrorism. What are the similarities? What are the differences? NUCLEAR THREAT AND TERRORISM The...

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PAD 515 Week 10 DQ Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Public Leader From the weekly readings and e-Activity, analyze the key influences that the theoretical and practical aspects of public leadership may exert upon a public leaders performance. Provide two (2) examples of these influences to support your response. From the weekly readings and e-Activity, predict two to three (2-3) challenges that public leaders will face regarding the future of public leadership. Provide a rationale for your response. Answer 1: Public leader seek to inspire people and mobilize resources in a shared ...

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Describe a time when your satisfaction was impacted by communication.What were the circumstances that caused a change in satisfaction Provide relevant examples from a past or present employer for support. Please explain and substantiate your answer. Must use etextbook for reference and citing, please Communication has the direct effect on satisfaction. More efficient the communication style is better will be the satisfaction which results in high performance and retention of the employees. For example, if the employer communicates all the policies and procedures in the transparent...

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Ethical principles are core elements of many religious traditions. What similarities can you detect between the Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:1-17; Fisher, p. 271) and the following passage from the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5:43 45): You have heard that it was said, Love your neighbor [Leviticus 19:18] and hate your enemy [Deuteronomy 23:6]. 44 But I tell you: Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, 45 that you may be sons of your Father in heaven. He causes his sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the just and the unjust. (Fisher, p. 330). What...

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Based on your knowledge, experiences, and the readings, explain what psychological effects a cyberterrorism attack against the U.S. banking system would have on the U.S. economy. ANSWER: A cyber terrorism attack against the U.S. banking system can render dire consequences that can negatively affect the U.S. economy. It is a matter of fact that the success of the banking industry depends greatly upon consumer confidence on the services provided by the banking sectors, and if any kind of cyber terrorism attack devastates the smooth running of the systems of the banks then it will mean a...

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Write a short (2-3 page, double-spaced, typed) essay identifying and describing the conditions you observed for a business in Monopolistic Competition or a Differentiated Oligopoly who differentiates their product. Your paper should also provide brief market analysis including the state of the market before and after the differentiation, as well as the observed changes that resulted. Specifically, the following questions should be addressed: What type of market structure was the product or service in when the differentiation occurred? What is the differentiation? Describe specifically...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**PCN 500 Week 2 Neoanalytic, Jungian, and Individual Psychology Theory Application** Read the “Case Study Analysis.” Select one of the following theories that you feel best applies to treating the client in the case study: 1. Neoanalytic 2. Jungian 3. Individual Psychology Write a 750-1,000-word analysis of the case study using the theory you chose. Include the following in your analysis. 1. What concepts of the theory make it the most appropriate for the client in the case study? 2. Why did you choose this theory over the others? 3. What will be the...

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A+ Grade Solution PCN 500 Week 3 Person-Centered, Existential, and Gestalt Theory Application Read the “Case Study Analysis.” Select one of the following theories that you feel best applies to treating the client in the case study: 1. Person-Centered 2. Existential 3. Gestalt Write a 750-1,000-word analysis of the case study using the theory you chose. Include the following in your analysis. 1. What concepts of the theory make it the most appropriate for the client in the case study? 2. Why did you choose this theory over the others? 3. What will be the goals of counseling...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**PCN 500 Week 4 Behavioral Theory and Rational Emotive Behavior Theory Application** Read the “Case Study Analysis.” Select one of the following theories that you feel best applies to treating the client in the case study: 1. Behavioral 2. Rational Emotive Behavioral Write a 750-1,000-word analysis of the case study using the theory you chose. Include the following in your analysis. 1. What concepts of the theory make it the most appropriate for the client in the case study? 2. Why did you choose this theory over the other theory? 3. What will be the...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**PCN 500 Week 5 Cognitive, Cognitive Behavioral, and Reality Theory Application** Read the “Case Study Analysis.” Select one of the following theories that you feel best applies to treating the client in the case study: 1. Cognitive 2. Cognitive Behavioral 3. Reality Write a 750-1,000-word analysis of the case study using the theory you chose. Include the following in your analysis. 1. What concepts of the theory make it the most appropriate for the client in the case study? 2. Why did you choose this theory over the others? 3. What will be the goals...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**PCN 500 Week 6 Bowen Family Systems, Structural, and Strategic Models Theory Application** Read the “Case Study Analysis.” Select one of the following theories that you feel best applies to treating the client in the case study: 1. Bowen Family Systems 2. Structural 3. Strategic Write a 750-1,000-word analysis of the case study using the theory you chose. Include the following in your analysis. 1. What concepts of the theory make it the most appropriate for the client in the case study? 2. Why did you choose this theory over the others? 3. What will...

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_A+ Grade Solution_ ####**PCN 500 Week 7 Feminist, Solution-Focused, and Narrative Theory Application** Read the “Case Study Analysis.” Select one of the following theories that you feel best applies to treating the client in the case study: 1. Feminist 2. Solution-Focused 3. Narrative Write a 750-1,000-word analysis of the case study using the theory you chose. Include the following in your analysis. 1. What concepts of the theory make it the most appropriate for the client in the case study? 2. Why did you choose this theory over the others? 3. What will be the goals of...

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Functional health pattern questions 1. Health Perception a. In general, how would you describe the familys Health status? b. Does the family have regular check-ups with your physician and how well do you follow the instructions he gives? c. What does the family do to maintain or improve health? 2. Nutritional a. What kinds of food and drinks does your family consume? b. Does any person in the family consider themselves underweight or overweight? c. What are the families average daily calorie intakes? 3. Sleep/ Rest a. What is the familys sleeping habits? What is the...

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NETW 583 Strategic Management of Technology (Keller Summer 2016) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Week 1 Discussion 2 - What Makes People Creative (graded) Identify someone that you feel was very creative. What personality traits did they possess that made them so creative? 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...

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ETHC 445 - Principles Of Ethics --------------------------------------------- What school of ethics would drive the commanding officer (CO) to follow rules and procedures? Student Answer: Objectivist ethics of self-interest Aristotle's virtue ethics Deontological ethics Aquinas' ethics Care-based ethics Instructor Explanation: 1. Deontological Ethics The deontological ethics of duty to follow requirements and procedures relate in this case to safety of aircraft operation and travel of people not trained as air crewmembers. Points Received: 0 of...

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ECON 312N Principles of Economics --------------------------------------------------- Chamberlain College DQ Week 3: Foreign Exchange ECON 312n Principles of Economics --------------------------------------------------- Chamberlain College What is happening to the value of the U.S. dollar these days? What causes the value of the U.S. dollar to rise or fall? Who demands U.S. dollar? Who supplies U.S. dollar? When we purchase German products, does our demand for euro go up or down? What are freely floating exchange rates all about, and how do they work? How can the falling...

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Ironically it was predicted in the early 1960's that the oceans could easily feed 3 times the worlds population (about 4 billion then). It hasn't exactly worked out that way. If an oceanic fishery collapses from overfishing, what are three sorts of actions that might be taken to help the fishery recover? Also use and explain what is meant by the term "commercially extinct". Remember that fish are the only wildlife that are still hunted on a mass commercial basis (go back through history to what happened to the land and bird species that were market hunted during the last century). Also,...

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PHI 413V Week 5 Discussion Question 1 & 2 Week 5 Cat Optional Extra DQ PHI 413V - Ethical and Spiritual Decision Making in Health Care Grand Canyon University Week 5 DQ 1 What is your definition of "spiritual care?" How does it differ or accord with the description given in the topic readings? Explain. WEEK 5 DQ 2 When it comes to facilitating spiritual care for patients with worldviews different from your own, what are your strengths and weaknesses? If you were the patient, who would have the final say in terms of ethical decision-making and intervention in the event of a...

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Liberty University THEO 104 quiz 8 complete solutions Question 1 What is the "first" heaven? Selected Answer: The atmosphere Question 2 This prophetic school of interpretation does not believe in a literal kingdom of peace and prosperity here on earth that will last 1,000 years. Selected Answer: The Amillennial view Question 3 What does immanency mean? Selected Answer: Christ could return at any time. Question 4 What view believed that the world from the time of Christ's coming was getting better and better and assumed that a millennial kingdom would be established on earth as the world...

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Running head: OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT QUESTIONS Operations Management Questions: Week Five Operations Management Questions: Week Five Why are master production schedules necessary for manufacturers? In what ways do master production schedules help organizations become more efficient? A master production schedule has the capacity to distinguish the amount of end items that should ultimately be produced over a specific time period. A master production schedule also has the ability to merge the production and forecast capacity. Likewise, it seems as if the master...

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Everyone has seen or heard of a p-value. Consider your exposure and define what the p-value represents. Why can we compare it to alpha (the significance level of the test)? Last week we discussed confidence intervals. Consider what a p-value tells you that a confidence interval does not? What does a confidence interval tell you that a p-value does not? Is one more useful than the other? Make sure to support your ideas.

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1. What is meant by the phrase “ecological resistance in the Fourth World?” Give an example of a people who fit this description and describe what they did. 2. What was the relationship between slavery in Brazil and Japanese immigration? 3. What is a “contingency fee” and what does this have to do with the legal case against Chevron in Ecuador? 4. What is meant by “Optimal Foraging Strategy”? 5. What novel method of financing the Ecuadorean plaintiffs’ case did Donziger come up with? What was the negative consequence of this plan for the plaintiff’s lawyers? ...

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H1. 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, “yournameHW12” (Insert your actual name in place of yourname). 6. Upload to Blazeview dropbox for HW12. Homework 12 Answer the following questions. Use complete sentences and correct grammar. Remember the “3 Cs” – Clear, concise, and complete. You need only skim Chapter 11. 1. Skilling emphasized in his testimony before Congress that he was only acting in the interests of the shareholders. Do you...

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This assignment reinforces information in your textbook and concepts presented in this unit. Your responses should be thorough, well-conceived college-level responses that are grammatically correct. Please write your answers in complete sentences. You must justify your responses with facts from the readings, and with your conclusions and interpretations. It is recommended that you work through this assignment as you complete your reading assignment. 1. What are the similarities and differences between emergency management and healthcare delivery? What commonalities can be used to integrate...

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XBIS 219 Week 1 Discussion Question 1 Choose one of the organizational departments of a business, such as accounting, finance, and human resources. What is the role of this department? What types of information does the department need? How does the department use that information?

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Module 8 Domestic Terrorism Assignment 1. In what ways, if any, are American domestic terror groups and international terror groups forging common ties? Who are their common enemies? Please provide examples to support your answer. Also, you are encouraged to draw from independent sources to construct your answer. 2. To what extent has the internet become a tool for domestic terror groups? Where would you strike the balance between freedom of speech and communication via the internet to incite and organize violence? How aggressively should law enforcement authorities monitor the...

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**The Environment** Environmental and wildlife preservation ensures future generations will have available resources and can enjoy the beauty of Earth. On the other hand, some of the damage humans have already done to the environment is expensive and time consuming to eradicate. **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. The cost, in millions...

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FIN 301 The Millennium Charitable Foundation, which is tax-exempt, issued debt at 9.2% percent to finance a new playground facility in Chicago.  If the foundations tax rate is 35%, what would be the after-tax cost of debt? Goble Builders has a \$1,000 par value bond outstanding with 20 years to maturity.  The bond has a coupon rate of 8% and is currently selling for \$950.  What is the yield to maturity?  (Before-tax figures are fine). Brown Motor Company issued \$100 par value preferred stock 12 years ago.  The stock provided a 9 percent yield at the time of issue.  The preferred...

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**Assignment: CASE STUDY** **ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTION:** How accurate do you think a company's estimates of the net present value of a proposed project are? Refer to both the initial investment and to the components of the cash flow: revenues, operating expenses, depreciation, taxes, and the cost of capital to use for the computation of the present value. Keep in mind that NPV is the value in today's dollars of cash flows to be received some time in the future (just like the gold mine example back in Module 2) minus what we have to pay today to get those cash flows. Which of the...

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1. Summarize the approaches to political violence as exhibited by Mao, Guevara, Marighella, and Fanon. Which domestic terror groups from the past or present would you identify with these different approaches? Explain your position. 2. In your opinion, what were the earliest forms of terrorism in the United States? Who were the perpetrators? Who were the victims? Is your opinion the same as that contained in the Vohryzek- Bolden, et al. text? Give examples. Also, explain whether you believe these early terrorists were no better (or no worse) than modern terrorists. 3. In what ways are...

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1. Read the article The Myth of the Teen Brain by Robert Epstein. How did Stanley Hall describe teens in his 1904 book? Were his findings accurate? What were Schelegels findings in looking at teens in 186 societies? What is the artificial extension of childhood according to the author? How have studies using brain scans on teens been misinterpreted by the media according to the author? 2. Provide an example of when YOU have used imaginary audience and invincibility fable pp. 327-328. Be clear which example is imaginary and which is invincibility. 3. Read over the identity vs.role...

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**SLP MOD 3** **Assignment:** Using Yahoo! Finance find the value of beta for your reference company.  Write a two page paper discussing the following items: _a.  What is the estimated beta coefficient of your company? What does this beta mean in terms of your choice to include this company in your overall portfolio?_ _b.  Given the beta of your company, the **present yield** **to maturity** on U.S. government bonds maturing in one year (currently about 4.5% annually) and an assessment that the market risk premium (that is - the difference between the expected rate of return on...

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**Debits and Credits** Consider the information presented in PhxKlips Debits and Credits. Pay particular attention to the meaning of debits and credits and their effects on accounts. Then follow the instructions below. 1.     **Write** a response to the following questions: In what two ways is the word _debit_ defined in Debits and Credits? In what two ways is the word _credit_ defined in Debits and Credits? 2.     **Complete** the following matrix. To do so, ask yourself questions, such as: * What increases the Asset account, a debit or a credit? * What decreases the...

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**BHM 324 MODULE 5 CASE** **Dan recently started working for Briarhill Memorial Hospital in the claims/billing department.  His duties included preparing and submitting Medicare/Medicaid claims for payment.  Shortly after being hired Dan noticed there were numerous irregularities which were potentially illegal billings to Medicare.  When he raised the issue to his supervisor James, he was terminated.  Dan inquired as to the reason and was told that according to the staff handbook all employees are hired "At Will"; thus, no reason or notice was needed for his termination.** **In a...

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1.  Which of the following cannot be considered a probability of an outcome? 2.  A box contains 9 red marbles, 8 green marbles, and 4 white marbles. If a marble is selected at random, what is the probability that it is not green? 3.  A store has 3 colors of appliances, almond, white, and black. The types of appliances are listed below. If an item is selected at random, what is the probability that it is almond or a refrigerator? 4.  In a Statistics class there are 11 freshmen and 15 sophomores; 5 of the sophomores are females, and 8 of the freshmen are males. If a student is...

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Chapter 1 2 What is the difference between e-commerce and e-business? Describe the E-business implications for business behavior. Chapter 3 1. Explain the mentoring process. What benefits does the organization gain through mentoring? Why should you as an individual seek a mentor or mentors? Chapter 4 2. Compare and contrast culture shock and reentry shock Chapter 5 1. What is proactive personality? How does having a proactive personality relate to resiliency? Do you feel that you have a proactive personality? 2. List and explain the Big Five personality dimensions. Describe the...

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A distribution has a standard deviation of ?=12. Find the z-score for each of the following locations in the distribution. a.  Above the mean by 3 points b. Above the mean by 12 points. c.  Below the mean by 24 points d. Below the mean by 18 points. For a population with a mean of µ=100 and a standard deviation of ? =12, **a.** Find the z-score for each of the following X values.  X=106, X=115, X=130, X=91, X=88, X=64 **b.** Find the score (X value) that corresponds to each of the following z-scores. Z=-1.00, z =-0.50, z =2.00, z =0.75, z =1.50, z =-1.25 Find the z-score...

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Q6 1.  What is the area under the normal distribution curve to the left of z = 0.87? 2.  What is the z-value to the right of the mean where 59.18% of the distribution lies to the left of it? 3.  What z-value corresponds to the 18th percentile? 4.  Using the standard normal distribution, what is P(-2.32 < z < 1)? 5.  At a large department store, the average number of years of service was 13.5 with a standard deviation of 6.2 years. If an employee is picked at random, what is the probability that the employee has worked for the company between 8 and 20 years? 6.  Using the...

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Q5 1\.  What is the variance of the following probability distribution? x 0 1 2 3 4 P(x) 0.2 0.3 0.15 0.3 0.05 2\.  What value would be needed to complete the following probability distribution? x 0 1 2 3 4 P(x) 1/3 1/8 0 1/4 1/6 3\.  A box contains ten \$1 bills, six \$5 bills, and four \$10 bills. A person is charged \$5 to select a bill. What is the expected value? 4\.  What is the standard deviation of the following distribution? x 5 6 7 8 9 P(x) 0.12 0.27 0.34 0.22 0.05 5\.  If approximately 3% of adults cut their sandwiches into squares before eating them, what is the...

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Q7b 1.  What is the _X_2 left value for a 95% confidence interval when the sample size is 12?   2.  The actual arrival times of 10 randomly selected flights of KLM Airlines were checked against the posted arrival times. The sample had a variance of 26.50 minutes. What is the 98% confidence interval for the true variance of all arrival times?     3.  VISA reported with 95% confidence that 19% of those surveyed used checks to pay for purchases. If 1478 people participated in the survey, what was the percentage of error?   4.  A poll of 1000 people reported that 42% expect to...

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Q10 1.  A correlation coefficient of r = -0.675 was calculated for n = 12. Using Table I, with ?= 0.05, which of the following is correct?   2.  A study was conducted to determine if there was a relationship between the prices a non-member of a club paid for various publications and the prices that a member paid for the same publications. Data are provided below. What is the value of .

Nonmember Price (x)

45

38

35

30

27

78

40

65

Member Price (y)

30

25

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**BUS 311 Assignment** **Chapter 11** **1.** **Which is more effectivecooperation or competition?** **Chapter 12** **1.** **Explain the difference between tactic knowledge and explicit knowledge.** **Chapter 13** **1.** **Define the concept of personality conflict. What facilitates personality conflict in the workplace? What should managers to do address personality conflict in the workplace?** **Chapter 14** **1.** **Describe the sources of nonverbal behaviors that foster communication.  Which types of nonverbal behaviors hinder communication?** **2.** **Contrast and compare the...

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**Exercise 6:  Cardiovascular Physiology Worksheet**   **Electrical Stimulation** **Activity 1:  Direct Heart Stimulation** 1. Did you see any change in the trace? 2. Why or why not? 3. Did you see any change in the trace? 4. Why or why not? 5. Describe the change you see in the trace.  How does it differ from the baseline trace? 6. What effect do the repeated stimuli have on the heartbeat trace? Describe the trace. 7. What part of the trace shows the refractory period? 8. Does summation occur? 9. Why is it important that summation not occur in heart muscle?...

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Exercise 9: Renal System Physiology Worksheet Glomerular Filtration Activity 1: Effect of Arteriole Diameter on Glomerular Filtration 1. Compare this data with your baseline data. How did increasing the afferent arteriole radius affect glomerular filtration rate? 2. Under these conditions, does the fluid flow through the nephron? 3. What is the glomerular filtration rate? 4. How does it compare to your baseline data, and why? 5. How did increasing the efferent radius affect glomerular filtration rate? 6. How did decreasing the efferent radius affect glomerular filtration rate? 7....

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XMGT 216 Week 1 Discussion Question 2 Suppose you had to write a research paper on current ethical issues and social responsibility in todays business environment. Conduct a University Library or Internet search on the following two topics: o    What are the current ethical and moral issues facing todays business environment? o    What is social responsibility?

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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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Which of the following statements best describes the modern view of marketing? Predicting what types of bicycles different customers will want and deciding which of these customers the business will try to satisfy are activities a firm should do as part of For Tesla, a new firm that makes an electric sports car, estimating how many competitors will make electric vehicles and what kinds they will make, is: To compete more successfully with its many competitors offering packaged cookies, Famous Amos added its own line of extra chunky premium cookies. This seems to be an effort at: ...

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What is the definition of marketing? What are the benefits and drawbacks of incorporating marketing into the sales function of an organization? Do you think that marketing should be included as part of the sales organization within a company? Explain why or why not.

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Week 1 Individual Customer Service Complaint Response Think of a negative customer service experience you endured or heard or read about. As the customer service manager, how would you respond to the complaint in writing? Consider how the communication was received. Was it by letter, e-mail, or phone call? Write a 200- to 350-word memo in response to the customer complaint. Describe the complaint, reiterate what is considered good customer service, and explain the importance of effective business communication to customers and within the company. Adapt this memo for each of the...

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The true owners of the corporation are the: Which of the following categories of owners have limited liability? Which of the following best describes the goal of the firm? Which of the following would increase the need for external equity? Which of the following does NOT involve underwriting by an investment banker? __________ is a method of offering securities to a limited number of investors. Difficulty in finding profitable projects is due to: According to the agency problem, _________ represent the principals of a corporation. Which of the following is NOT a principle of basic...

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RES 341 Final Exam When no point lies outside the control limits of a chart, we conclude that variation in the process is When the only sources of variation in a production process are caused by chance, the process is said to be When the results of a process are either defective or acceptable, the charts used for SPC are called A recent study of breast cancer revealed that 13% of the women in the sample used antibiotics more than 500 days in their lifetime. Further, 79% of these heavy antibiotics users developed breast cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, one in twelve women...

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

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1)  Vector   is 6.6 units long and points along the negative _x_-axis. Vector  is 8.5 units long and points at + to the positive _x_-axis. A) What are the _x_ and _y_ components of each vector? B) Determine the sum Vectors  +  (magnitude and angle). __ __ __ 2) The summit of a mountain, 2450 m above base camp, is measured on a map to be 4580 m horizontally from the camp in a direction 32.5º west of north. What are the components of the displacement vector from camp to summit? What is its magnitude? Choose the _x_-axis east, _y_ axis north, and _z_ axis up.   3) A...

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Question 1 An economics professor randomly selected 100 millionaires in the U.S. The average age of these millionaires was 52.1 years with a standard deviation of 12.3 years. What is the 95% lower confidence limit for the mean age, µ, of all U.S. millionaires?   Question 2 The following list is a sampling of the costs of various statistics textbooks used at several colleges. Give the upper confidence limit for a 95% confidence interval estimate for the mean cost of all statistics textbooks. 109.95; 92.00; 96.70; 84.85; 92.60; 84.45; 90.95; 77.00; 75.50   Question 3 What is the value for right...

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PHL 443 All Assignments Week 1 Learning Team Weekly Summary Individual Philosophical Questions Responses Write a 200- to 300-word response to each of the following questions. Use the assigned readings as a basis on which to form your opinions. What role do metaphors play in helping people understand the concept of artificial intelligence? Do you agree that the brain is a so-called meat machine? What other metaphors might be applicable to the function of the human brain? How do you think Victor Frankl would answer the question, What does it mean to be human? Examine...

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PHL 443 All DQs Week 1 DQs How do machine metaphors relate to our understanding of reality, concepts of knowledge, and values? What are mental phenomena? Week 2 DQs Why is the mind-body question important to understanding human intelligence? Why is the mind-body question important to understanding machine intelligence? What does it mean to be human? Week 3 DQs What is artificial intelligence a part of? Explain? What are the functional differences between humans and machines? Week 4 DQS What type of criteria may be established for determining if a machine is...

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PHL 443 Complete Course Week 1 DQs How do machine metaphors relate to our understanding of reality, concepts of knowledge, and values? What are mental phenomena? Learning Team Weekly Summary Individual Philosophical Questions Responses Write a 200- to 300-word response to each of the following questions. Use the assigned readings as a basis on which to form your opinions. What role do metaphors play in helping people understand the concept of artificial intelligence? Do you agree that the brain is a so-called meat machine? What other metaphors might be applicable to the...

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PHL 443 Week 3 DQs What is artificial intelligence a part of? Explain? What are the functional differences between humans and machines?

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Calculate the lattice energy for LiF(s) given the following: sublimation energy for Li(s) +161 kJ/mol ?Hf for F(g) +77 kJ/mol first ionization energy of Li(g) +520. kJ/mol electron affinity of F(g) -328 kJ/mol enthalpy of formation of LiF(s) -617 kJ/mol A 2.2-g sample of a small protein having a molecular weight of 42,000 g/mol is dissolved in 45.6 mL of water at 23°C. What is the osmotic pressure of the solution?  (_R_ = 0.0821 L · atm/(K · mol))   What is the Lewis dot structure for one formula unit of magnesium sulfide? What is the ground-state electron configuration of...

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**In this assignment, there are two readings, chose one topic Does sex really sell? OR Sex in Advertising.  In 50 words each question,** **1. What is relationship between sex and the products shown in the ads? What specific examples in the ads are used to convey this relationship?** **2. How do you think different age groups, adolescent, young adult, middle-aged adult, older adult, are most likely to feel about the ads when they see them? What is the likelihood that each age group will be influenced to buy the products advertised by sexualized images?** **3. In your discussion above...

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This Discussion allows you to demonstrate your understanding of the similarities and differences between classical probability and empirical probability. 1. In your own words, describe **_two_** main differences between classical and empirical probabilities. 2. Gather coins you find around your home or in your pocket or purse. You will need an **_even number_** of coins (any denomination) between 16 and 30. You do not need more than that. Put all of the coins in a small bag or container big enough to allow the coins to be shaken around. Shake the bag well and empty the coins onto a...

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A television campaign is conducted during the football season to promote a well-known brand X shaving cream. For each of several weeks, a survey is made, and it is found that each Week, 60% of those using brand X continue to use it and 40% switch to another brand. It is also found that of those not using brand X, 40% switch to brand X While the other 60% continue using another brand. a) Draw a transition diagram. b) Write the transition matrix. c) If 40% of the people are using brand X at the start of the advertising campaign, what percentage will be using it 1 week later? 2 Weeks...

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TUTORIAL WITH WORK SHOWN FOR THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS 1. Four cards are selected at random without replacement from a well-shuffled deck of 52 playing cards. Find the probability of the given event. (Round your answer to four decimal places.) Four cards of the same suit are drawn. 2. Five balls are selected at random without replacement from an urn containing three white balls and five blue balls. Find the probability of the given event. (Round your answer to three decimal places.) Two or three of the balls are white. 3. Assume the probability of a boy being born is the...

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Instructions: i) The practice of health care providers at all levels brings you into contact with people of a variety of faiths. This calls for acceptance of a diversity of faith expressions. ii) Seek out three patients and/or health care providers of diverse faiths. Choose faiths that are less well-known than mainstream faiths or are less known to you, such as Sikh, Bahai, Buddhism, Shintoism, Native American, etc. Compare the philosophy of providing care from the perspective of these faiths with that of the Christian perspective. iii) In a minimum of 1,250 words, summarize the...

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TUTORIAL WITH WORK SHOWN FOR THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS 1. Let A and B be two events in a sample space S such that P(A) = 0.5, P(B) = 0.5, and P(A ? B) = 0.15. Find the probabilities below. (a) P(A|B) (b) P(B|A) 2. If A and B are independent events, P(A) = 0.25, and P(B) = 0.65, find the probabilities below. (Enter your answers to four decimal places.) (a) P(A ? B) = (b) P(A B) = (c) P(A | B) = (d) P(Ac Bc) = 3. The accompanying tree diagram represents an experiment consisting of two trials. Use the diagram to find the probabilities...

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ACC 280 Complete Course ACC 280 Principles of Accounting Week 1 Financial Statements Paper Prepare a 700-1,050-word paper in which you define the purpose of accounting and identify the four basic financial statements. Be sure to explain how they are interrelated with each other, any why they are useful to managers, investors, creditors, and employees. Week 2: Assignments from the Readings Prepare written answers to the following assignments from the text, Financial Accounting 6thed: Chapter 1: 1) Exercise E1-1 2) Exercise E1-5 3) Exercise E1-12 4) Exercise...

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You have been asked to prepare a presentation for the next board of directors meeting regarding managerial accounting. What is the purpose of managerial accounting? How do managerial accountants support strategic decisions? How do managers implement strategy? You have been asked to prepare a presentation on managerial accounting for the next board of directors meeting for your company. Prepare a paper of 23 pages that discusses the following: What is the purpose of managerial accounting? How do managerial accountants support strategic decisions? Describe ways in which managers...

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ACC 280 Week 1 DQs Discussion Questions: Week 1: What are the four basic financial statements? What do the different financial statements tell you about a company? Which financial statement is the most useful? Why? What types of information is provided to managers in your department and how do managers in your organization use information presented in financial statements? What do you think of when you hear the word debit? What do you think of when you hear the word credit? Why does your bank statement show a credit for an increase in your cash balance? Is an increase to...

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