## My prof needs RAW DATA, so that I can show excel graphs like histograms done by looking at the

My prof needs RAW DATA, so that I can show excel graphs like histograms done by looking at the.

My prof needs RAW DATA, so that I can show excel graphs like histograms done by looking at the RAW DATA found.
topic:

“A statistical investigation of the crime rate in Switzerland.”
intro:

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## American Exploration, Inc., a natural gas producer, is trying to decide whether to revise its target capital structure

No Plagiarism, No Matching will be acceptable.
All answers must be typed using Times New Roman (Size12, Double-space) font.
No pictures containing text will be acceptable and will be considered plagiarism.
proper examples and explanations for each questions.
– No short answer as it’s not acceptable for this assignment
References are very important to put them under the solution
I want the solution on the same page of the questions that I attached, under the word answer
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## Writing Report

My prof needs RAW DATA, so that I can show excel graphs like histograms done by looking at the As stated on olympic.org, there are many reasons why hosting the Olympic Games is attractive to a city or country. The expectations that the event will have a positive impact, both tangible and intangible, on local communities is alive and well. From developing an underserved part of a city and expanding much-needed infrastructure to boosting the local economy and increasing tourism, hosting such a large-scale event can bring about great opportunities. However, cost overruns, questions over resource use and perceived corruption among other challenges have left some populations hesitant about their city’s bid to host the Olympic Games.
In this case study I’d like for you to examine the arguments for and against hosting the Olympic Games, and shine a light on the real experiences, both challenging and inspiring, faced by organizers. Your assignment is to discuss the 3 positive (worth 5 points) and 3 negative (worth 5 points) effects the Olympics can have on a host city after the games are over. Please designate a theory that applies to each positive and negative.

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## Philosophy Question

Before you start this work ,please pick a topic you are fond on. You need to provide me with the topic before you start working on the paper so I can get acceptance from the professor. After that I can extend the deadline with an additional 5 hours if you need. But it is important to provide the topic as early as possible so you can start the work .
Request: Pick a topic you are fond of and examine it from the philosophical point of view/method, with research on the whats, hows, and whys – persuasive, not expository. Example: Most people say our actions define us and that society needs to begin anew. The best idea I have seen is that it involves quantum reality: each action creates a new reality, as the universe is working out all possibilities. Work for the best possibilities.
I am prone to sometimes pause to consider a notion for a while. The more astute among us have noticed that all these little research projects have to deal with the topics particular to this discipline called “philosophy” — the sole possessor of among the disciplines of “the meaning of life.” As we move to the next paper, consider your passions, your self, from a meaningful, quantifiable quality. Make it count. Do not just go through the motions. Research. Think. Record.

The work should be approximatley 6 Pages, MLA format, and should include an abstract with all the characteristic elements. I attached both the guideline and also an example provided by the professor so you can see how you should organize the paper and what it should contain in each section. Also keep in mind that grammar is highly important for this task and many points will be deducted if the paper is poorly written or incoherent,
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## Risk manangment study

I’m working on a risk management project and need support to help me learn.
Research project in the course
Risk management and insurance
(15 degrees)
Research topic:
You choose one of the productive, industrial or commercial projects and prepare a plan for managing the risks of this project in a purely hypothetical manner that depends on learning resources, whether from the library or the Internet, as well as on Previous experiences of the work team as well as brainstorming sessions among you.
Important instructions:
1. The research project is a mini project in the sense that the number of research pages is not less than six pages and not more than ten pages.
2. The coordination and arrangement of the research elements will be taken into account when evaluating the research.
3. The titles are in simplified Arabic font (16) and the text of the research is in the same font, but (14)
4. The date for submitting the research will be in the last lecture of this semester, God willing, which will be dedicated to the presentation of the presentation of the research
5. After completing the research, each one makes a PowerPoint presentation (presentation) in about ten slides to review the points included in the research, and one of the team members presents on behalf of the team within half an hour (in the last lecture in the semester).
6. Attached to you are the various elements and the main headings of the research as our assistance to you in preparing this research

risk management study
1. Introduction
In this part, he writes an introduction to research in general, and a definition of the type of company that you will make a risk management plan for
2. Define risk management
This section provides a definition of risk management and risk management steps from the reality of your studies as well as from the reality of books and research that you will look at, whether from the library or the Internet. (half page is enough for that suction).
3. Risk Management Objectives
This section reviews the objectives of risk management from the reality of your study, as well as from the reality of books and research that you will review, whether from the library or the Internet. half page is enough for that suction).
4. Identify the risks
This part is one of the most important parts of the research, in which all the risks to which the project is exposed are reviewed and identified, whether:
Operational risks – financial risks – technical risks – logistical risks – physical risks – legal risks ……… and so on
5. Risk analysis
In this part, the previously identified risks are assessed and analyzed by previous experience and brainstorming through:
Putting a value on the probability of the occurrence of the risk according to a five-point scale (very strong, strong, medium, weak, very weak) as well as putting a value on the impact of the risk (the impact of the loss on the company) according to the same previous five-scale
Previous degrees are determined with hypothetical values based on our experiences, as well as by reviewing previous studies or even by conducting some interviews with employees of some companies.
6. Prioritize risk
In this part, the risks are arranged according to the priority of dealing with them through the previous hypothetical assessment, by multiplying the degree of probability by the degree of impact.
7. Preparing a matrix of strategies for dealing with risk
In this section, a matrix for dealing with risk (the five-way matrix) is prepared, which is already present in most of the previous studies on the Internet.
8. Determine the strategy for dealing with each risk according to the previous matrix
Based on the risk analysis and matrix, in this part, we can define a strategy for dealing with each risk separately
9. Summary of the research
In this section, we review a summary of what was done in this research within half a page or a little more
10. Research references
In this section, all references that were used and based on in the research are written
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## Chapter 2

To show that you understand how comparative advantage works in the modern economy, please discuss a good you recently purchased and address the following prompts:
What is the item, and how much did you pay for it?
What is a reasonable estimate of how long it would take you (not the actual producer) to make the item if you hadn’t been able to buy it? You need to come up with a number of hours or days or years, or whatever time measurement you want, for how long it would take you. Don’t try to avoid this. If you can’t figure it out, pick another good.
Who worked to get the money to pay for the item, and how long did they have to work to get the money?
Based on your answers to 2 and 3 above, was it rational to buy the good? Explain this by comparing the time it would take you to make the good (mentioned in part 2) and the amount of time that had to be worked to get the money (mentioned in part 3). It is only rational to buy something if you give up less resources working to earn money to pay, than you would have if you made the good yourself. If it turned out to be irrational, why did you buy it?

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## Education

Summative Part II: Social Justice Issue PresentationPrior to beginning work on this presentation, spend time reviewing the resources you have collected and the feedback your instructor provided on previous assignments.
In this two-part final assignment, you will exhibit mastery of your ability to analyze the professional knowledge, skills, and standards that you have developed or enhanced in this course and synthesize the research and current topics that have been discussed over the past six weeks.
In previous weeks, you identified a social justice issue that has served as the focus of your advocacy work and final assignment. Now you will begin creating resources that can help you with taking action. Leading a change effort is most effective when there is buy-in from the necessary stakeholders. Using knowledge from each of the previous assignments, you will create and share a presentation that focuses on informing potential stakeholders. Creativity is key. You should share your content in a format that you feel is most impactful for your audience (outside of the classroom, papers are not recommended). If you need ideas, utilize your Week 6 guidance. You should plan for a 15- to 20-minute sharing period that includes the following:

Social Justice:Defend the importance of fostering social justice, equity pedagogies, and culturally relevant teaching in early childhood settings.
Support your argument with content and examples from the research and literature you have examined in this course.Remember your audience, avoid an overreliance on direct quotes in favor of paraphrasing information from your sources

Provide a contextual example for your audience to understand ways this concept could be integrated into your organization/environment.

Connection to Professional Responsibilities:Defend how innovative leadership, social justice, and 21st century learning are tied to professionalism in the field.

Mission Moving Forward:Share your personal DEI statement.

The Summative Part II: Social Justice Presentation final project
Must be the equivalent of a 15- to 20-minute presentation.
Submit the project in an acceptable format as listed in the assignment prompt.
Must use at least five credible sources in addition to the course text.The Scholarly, Peer-Reviewed, and Other Credible Sources (Links to an external site.) table offers additional guidance on appropriate source types. If you have questions about whether a specific source is appropriate for this assignment, please contact your instructor. Your instructor has the final say about the appropriateness of a specific source for a assignment.
To assist you in completing the research required for this assignment, view The University of Arizona Global Campus Library Quick ‘n’ Dirty (Links to an external site.) tutorial, which introduces the University of Arizona Global Campus Library and the research process, and provides some library search tips.

Must document any information used from sources in APA Style as outlined in the Writing Center’s APA: Citing Within Your Paper (Links to an external site.)
Must include a separate references page or slide that is formatted according to APA Style as outlined in the Writing Center. See the APA: Formatting Your References List (Links to an external site.) resource in the Writing Center for specifications.

I have attached a paper that was started from the part 1 of this assignment. Please look over the paper and include it to your work. In the end of the paper are references. Please use them in addition to what you will have to add.
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## Scoring Rubric for Community Assessment Practicum Assignment Criteria 7-10 points Excellent 5-7

Scoring Rubric for Community Assessment Practicum Assignment

Criteria

7-10 points

Excellent

5-7 points

Average

0-4 points

Poor

Area Identified

Name of community

Geographic location of the community

State or territory

Rural, urban

Map included

Clear, concise and complete

Clearly sets a location for the community

Map included of community

Map included, but location information is incomplete, either on map or in slide notes

Missing a map and/or location information

Community Core

History

Ethnicity and Culture

Religion

Demographics

All 4 sections are thoroughly researched, reviews relevant literature with no gaps in topic coverage

For each section, research is obtained that relates as close to the defined community as possible

(ie. For a town county data is often more valuable than state or national data)

Partially reviews the 4 sections; reviews relevant literature with some gaps in topic coverage; 1 or more sections with limited information

Analysis is unclear in some areas

Local data not obtained when it is available to the general public

1 or more sections are missing

Analysis is confusing and incomplete

Subsystems of the Community

Physical Environment

Health and Social Services

Economy and Safety

Transportation

Politics and Government

Local Public Health

Education

Recreation

All 8 sections are thoroughly researched, reviews relevant literature with no gaps in topic coverage

For each section, research is obtained that relates as close to the defined community as possible

(ie. For a neighborhood city or county data is often more valuable than state or national data)

Partially reviews the 8 sections; reviews relevant literature with some gaps in topic coverage; 1 or more sections with limited information

Analysis is unclear in some areas

Local data not obtained when it is available to the general public

1 or more sections are missing

Analysis is confusing and incomplete

Interviews

2-3 interviews minimum requirement

Interviews of stakeholders preferred

Stakeholder: persons with a vested interest in the community such as long-term residents, business owners and government officials

Stakeholders provide different points of view than persons who only work in a community or who just moved in

At least 2 interviews are obtained

Information on the participants is included (age, sex, work, length of residence etc. )

Interview information is not combined: it is easy in the final project to see the statements of each person interviewed

At least 1 stakeholder interview included

At least 2 interviews were obtained, but unable to see the statements of each person interviewed

Information on participants not included

No stakeholder interviews included

Difficult to understand; wording is inconsistent and confusing

Under 2 interviews included

Analysis

Based on the assessment

Strengths of the community

Challenges of the community

Health needs of the community

Group perceptions included that are analytic and logical

Identifies and describes strengths, challenges and/or health needs of the community that are related to information obtained in the community assessment

Briefly identifies and describes strengths, challenges and/or health needs

Links to information in the windshield survey are unclear

Some major strengths/challenges/needs identified in community assessment are not discussed

Analysis is missing

Not linked to information obtained in the community assessment

Uses Scholarly Sources:

Assessment data from primary or scholarly/government source; best sources of evidence available

General

Assignment is readable, makes sense, and the plan is practical and realistic

All assignment requirements are included

Is written in correct format

Slide notes accompany each slide, explaining the presented content.

Regardless of style: all resources are required to be listed in APA format

Multiple scholarly sources used for highest level of evidence

In-text/on slide citations consistently seen in final work for source data

Images and tables improve comprehension of topic

No errors in usage, capitalization, punctuation and spelling

No errors in APA formatting, in-text or on- screen citations and reference page

Slide notes given for all slides except title pages

Few scholarly sources used

in-text/on slide citations missing in many cases

Few images used

Some errors in usage, capitalization, punctuation and spelling but does not interfere with reading/understanding

1-2 errors in APA formatting, in-text or on-screen citations and reference page

Many slides missing slide notes, or slide notes are incomplete and only partially address the content presented on the slide

Did not use scholarly resources and does not reference most of the sources used in the work

Images cover text on slides or are inappropriately used

Text is too small or difficult to read

APA is not correctly used in format or citations

Multiple spelling or grammar errors

No slide notes attached

The Community Assessment Practicum Assignment is worth 15% of the total grade in the NUR 425 course

The Community Assessment Practicum Assignment is worth 15% of the total grade in the NUR 425 course

Total score: _____/60

Total score: _____/60

Syllabus – NRS450, updated: Jan. 2013 1

Community Assessment Scoring Rubric Updated 11/2018 2[supanova_question]

## ASSIGNMENT Write a short 250-300 word APA formatted paper (include title page,

ASSIGNMENT

Write a short 250-300 word APA formatted paper (include title page, introduction, headings for the body, and conclusion) on: First discuss what your topic is and why you choose that topic related to your community needs. Second discuss why you selected the specific site for your presentation related to your topic and community needs and note where and when (place, date) your presentation will take place. (If you are still working on solidifying the site, discuss your options and what your plans are to get this solidified to be a good fit for your topic and community needs) In this course, in every module assignment or discussion, due to the nature of the assignments, you are permitted to use first person, such as I, We, Me, Us, etc. Please submit the paper above and the permission form into the dropbox- these may be submitted in two files in the dropbox.

My chosen topic: STD’s (sexually transmitted diseases) in adolescents (15 -21-year-olds).

Why: as nurse I have experienced a lot of youths coming into the hospital with STD’s (please elaborate)

Site: Eastern Henrico County recreation center- this is the county center where a lot of these adolescent congregate and mingle with each other. They have facilities for gym, pools, rooms for party etc.,

Community needs: Slow or reduce the spread of STD’s

Presentation date and time: end of September to be able to reach out to more adolescent and presentation can take place at same location Eastern Henrico County recreation center or the community library[supanova_question]

## Community Assessment Assignment – 30% Assignment: Students will use critical thinking to

Community Assessment Assignment – 30%

Assignment:

Students will use critical thinking to assess a community, and will analyze data to identify a priority community health concern. Students will then apply current literature and community reports to explore the implications, interventions, and community supports related to the identified community health concern.

Assignment Guidelines:

Identify a community of choice that you will work with (ex. Whitby, Oshawa, Ajax) Describe the boundaries (street names) and provide a map (Appendix A) with boundaries outlined. You may choose a subset of a community (ie. South Oshawa), as long as you indicate this on your map.

Do an assessment of the community by completing the windshield survey tool in your textbook. Provide at least two data points for each area of the windshield survey (pages 259-260). This will require going out and exploring your chosen community safely by foot, transit, or car. (Windshield Survey is in chart format, as Appendix B, see sample below)

Identify ONE “community health concern priority” for your community (food insecurity, homelessness, opioid crisis, teenage pregnancy, pandemic, etc.)

Next, research the topic of interest, utilizing three recent community reports or databases within the last 5 years, and three recent scholarly articles from the literature on the topic.

Write a scholarly paper describing the issue (background), the implications on the health of the community, the specific supports provided in the community, and the role of the community health nurse in supporting this issue in the community. See textbook chapter 9. Describe at least ONE CHN Standard and how this is demonstrated in regards to the topic of interest.

Provide a LIST of support services in the chosen community, relevant to the topic of interest. This list must include at least 6 support services, with name of agency, address, hours of operation, and a 2-3 sentence description of the service. Include this list as Appendix C.

***Please note: Adhere to physical distancing and keep your safety as top priority when exploring your community. If you have to use a community you are already familiar with, or be creative and explore using google maps, that is acceptable during the pandemic***

Format:

This assignment must include a title page and a reference page, and follow current APA guidelines. All information must be in sentence format with proper spelling and grammar. Use first level headings (Introduction, Background, Implications, Community Supports, Role of the CHN, Conclusion) to organize your paper.

The written part of this paper is minimum 5, and maximum 6 pages (double-spaced), PLUS title page, references, and Appendix A, B, and C.

Submit to DC Connect dropbox within the first 10 minutes of class in Week 6.

This assignment is designed to be completed independently and will be analyzed usingTurnitin.

**If you are repeating the course, you must select a different community to analyze, and a different community health concern priority to examine**

Sample of Appendix B Format

Core Elements and Subsystems

Observations

Data

History

In this box, and all of the boxes below, you will put two observations in bullet form.

Refer to page 259 in your textbook for ideas.

In this box, and all of the boxes below, you will put two referenced data points in bullet form

Refer to page 259 in your textbook for ideas.

Demographics

Ethnicity

Values and Beliefs

Physical Environment

Health and Social Services

Economy

Transportation and Safety

Politics and Government

Communication

Education

Recreation

Community Assessment Assignment Rubric

Student Name: ___________________________________ Mark /39

CRITERIA

EXEMPLARY (3)

ACCOMPLISHED (2)

DEVELOPING (1)

MISSING (0)

Community Identification and Appendix A (map)

The community has been accurately identified in the introduction of the essay. Boundaries are provided, and a map is attached

The community has been identified but lacks sufficient detail or accuracy. No boundaries OR no map provided

The community is not accurately described. No boundaries AND no map provided

The community is not discussed (missing)

Appendix B: Windshield Survey: Core Elements (1-4) (text page 259)

Detailed, relevant observations or data points are included for each core element. References are provided for data. Generalizations or interpretations are avoided.

Observations or data points are included for each core element; some references are missing, or some observations or data are irreverent or vague.

Some observations/data points are included; no references are provided, or irrelevant or vague observations or data are included.

Observations and data points are missing or irrelevant.

Appendix B (continued):

Windshield Survey: Subsystems

(1-4)

Detailed, relevant observations or data points are included for each subsystem. References are provided for data. Generalizations or interpretations are avoided.

Observations or data points are included for each subsystem; some references are missing, or some observations or data are irreverent or vague.

Some observations/data points are included; no references are provided, or irrelevant or vague observations or data are included.

Observations and data points are missing or irrelevant.

Appendix B (continued):

Windshield Survey: Subsystems

(5-8)

Detailed, relevant observations or data points are included for each subsystem. References are provided for data. Generalizations or interpretations are avoided.

Observations or data points are included for each subsystem; some references are missing, or some observations or data are irreverent or vague.

Some observations/data points are included; no references are provided, or irrelevant or vague observations or data are included.

Observations and data points are missing or irrelevant.

Community Health Concern Priority: Background

The background data of the community health concern priority (what is the issue, root causes, statistics) is thoroughly described and supported with current literature.

The background data of the community health concern priority is somewhat described and supported with literature.

Background data is vague, with no support from literature.

The background information is missing.

Discussion of Implications on the Health of the Community

Implications/impact on the health of the community are thoroughly described and supported with current literature.

Implications/impact on the health of the community are somewhat described and supported with literature.

Implications/impact on the health of the community are vague, with no support from literature.

Implications/impact information is missing.

Discussion of Supports provided in the community

Supports in the community are thoroughly explored and described, with consideration to accessibility, stigma, strengths and limitations

Supports in the community are somewhat explored and described, with consideration to accessibility, stigma, strengths and limitations

Supports in the community are vaguely explored and described, without consideration of all of the following: accessibility, stigma, strengths and limitations

Supports in the community are not described

Role of the CHN including CHN Standard of Practice

Role of the CHN is thoroughly described. A CHN Standard of Practice has been identified, defined, and is correctly applied to the topic of interest.

Role of the CHN is somewhat described. A CHN Standard of Practice has been identified and has been somewhat applied to the topic of interest.

Role of the CHN is not described. A CHN Standard has been identified but application is missing or is incorrect.

Role of the CHN and CHN Standard is missing.

Appendix C (list of agencies)

6 support services, with name of agency, address, hours of operation, and a 2-3 sentence description of the service are provided

4-5 support services, with name of agency, address, hours of operation, and a 2-3 sentence description of the service are provided

3 or less support services, with name of agency, address, hours of operation, and a 2-3 sentence description of the service are provided

List of community support services is missing

Resources: Community Reports or Databases

3 resources are utilized from the following categories (community reports, public health reports, government websites, databases)

2 resources are utilized from the following categories (community reports, public health reports, government websites, databases)

1 resource is utilized from the following categories (community reports, public health reports, government websites, databases)

No resources from this category are utilized

Resources: Scholarly articles

3 recent (within the last five years) scholarly peer reviewed journal articles are utilized.

2 recent (within the last five years) scholarly peer reviewed journal articles are utilized.

1 recent (within the last five years) scholarly peer reviewed journal article is utilized.

No scholarly articles are utilized.

Spelling/

Grammar

Writing is clear, concise, and free from spelling or grammatical errors.

There are a few minor spelling or grammar errors.

There are multiple spelling or grammar errors, impacting clarity of the message.

There are substantial spelling or grammar errors which impede the ability to understand content.

APA Format

All APA guidelines are accurately followed.

APA guidelines are mostly accurate.

There are multiple errors in APA Format.

Title page and references are incomplete or inaccurate.[supanova_question]

## What is communication? There are many ways that communication can be defined.

What is communication? There are many ways that communication can be defined. Vygotsky stated that communication is “language created by social interaction with the purpose of communicating with one another. However, later on, language then becomes an ‘inner speech,’ which is the thoughts of a person” (Kleiman, 2012, p264). Communication is a tool that we begin to use early on, whether verbal or non-verbal. When we are born, we attempt to communicate by crying to inform others that we need something. Though caretakers may not be sure why the baby is crying, they attempt to meet the needs of the child. As we continue to get older, we begin to communicate by saying short phrases to let others know that we need something, or by using signs if the approprate words are not available. For instance, toddlers may present their cup to let someone someone know that they want a drink. They may not be capable of verbally saying they want more to drink, but can show a sign for more drink by handing someone their cup.

Can you recall when you were younger and you used to play and pretend by yourself? This type of communication is called egocentric speech, in which children begins to speak to themselves outloud  (Watson, 2002). As children begin to get older, and have an understanding of egocentric speech, they begin to develop what is called inner speech. This means that, although they still talk to themselves, they are capable of doing it quietly (Watson, 2002). “Inner speech becomes the mediating tool for the child’s thinking”  (Watson, 2002, p166). So, they are able to control their thoughts without speaking them freely and what is being said is thought about before being stated.

Though we learn the techniques of thinking before we speak, we all know that this does not always happen. For many of us, we at times speak before we think and what we say may have gotten us into trouble a time or two. But just because we speak, does that mean that everyone always listens? One of the videos that you view this week speaks about the importance of what you say. Other peoples’ persceptions about what we say can be determined by the different tones and body language that is observed in the conversation. For example, we may have learned that when we are passionate about something and trying to get a point across, we can become a little louder and excited about what we are saying. But, this may not be the best way to get a point across. Maybe, when we are mellow and low toned, people listening are more focused on what we are saying and have a better understanding about the point we are trying to make. Listening is one of the key factors when it comes to communication. As we listen, we are better able to come up with questions about information that we receive, as well as develop thoughts that can build on the information that is being received.

So what makes a positive communicator? A positive communicator can have a lot of qualities, but one main quality is listening. A communicator that is capable of providing information, and is able to provide feedback from the information that they have received, is a positive communicator. People who are only focused on what they have to say and tune out information that is being conveyed to them, or interrupts the person that is speaking, shows that they are not listening. In some ways, these people are also showing that they do not respect what is being said, as they are already planning a response from the first couple of words that they hear.

Think about kids and how they receive information that is given to them. For example, if instructions are spoken quickly, listeners may miss steps that they need to know about and the task they are being instructed to do will not be fully completed. All of the information provided did not register with the listeners. With some people, we may be able to have several conversations going at once, change the conversation to something else, and then return back to the old conversation, with everyone staying on track. However, this is not the case with  everyone. Some people cannot follow the conversation so easily. This is the same with nonverbal communication and using technology. Have you ever received a text message or an email that was missing words or was not clear to you? Just missing a couple of words or making a random statement when using technology as a type of communciation, could cause others to not understand what is being said. Electronic communication can be unclear because the reader cannot pick up non-verbal cues or hear the inflection in the sender’s voice. Watching the body language of speakers and hearing how they are saying the words, helps us to understand the message they are conveying.

Communication has many values, but we have trended into less verbal communication and are entering a world of nonverbal communication, as people use technology to communicate. How does a person truly interpret how someone feels or what someone is truly saying when the emotions and feelings are removed from what is being said? We all can read what is being sent to us, but the meaning of the conversation is easily misinterpreted or misrepresented because the words being written may not mean the same for everyone. Look at your own communication and the different methods that you use. Have you ever sent a non-verbal message to someone meaning one thing, and the receiver misconstrued what you were truly meaning? When it comes to communication, think about the old saying “you can’t judge a book by its cover”, as we cannot always think that what we read is what is truly meant by the sender.

When it comes to communication, there are many different experiences that individuals are faced with. We may say one thing and the information may be half-heard. For example, you may tell someone to put the clothes in the dryer, start the dryer, and to start a new load of clothes in the washer. He may have heard you say to put the clothes in the washer and the dryer but did not hear that you wanted him to start a new load or that you wanted him to start the dryer. So now the task is half done. Or you may ask someone to pick up certain items from the store and they only heard half of the list or they did not hear the right brand that you had asked for. We all “hear only what we want to hear” sometimes, especially when we are being lectured or being told information that we already know (or think we know).

References

Kleiman, P. (2012). Psych 101: A crash course in the science of the mind. Avon: Adams Media.

Watson, M. W. (2002). Theories of human development. Chantilly: The Teaching Company.[supanova_question]

## Case Study – Monte Carlo in Italy Meghana Rao ABC is a

Case Study – Monte Carlo in Italy
Meghana Rao

ABC is a high-tech company based in the United States. Recently the company had a major shuffle in its management and the new management is planning on expanding into global markets. The CEO realizes that the best way to achieve this goal is by acquiring and merging with smaller high-tech companies in key locations across the globe that provide products and services to the high-tech market. The CEO knows that process integration is an important issue of a successful merger and acquisition. This case discusses such an activity, especially the project risk management process.
GO STUDY THEM!
As a first step toward this mission, the top management calls for a meeting of all the Business Unit heads and the Program Managers. The agenda of the meeting is to identify feasible locations and companies for merger. At the end of the meeting, the management identified three countries in Europe and three in Asia as prospective locations for expansion, based on business opportunity, government policies, avail- ability of skilled personnel, etc. The companies that were selected were all smaller companies with a good presence in their respective countries, offering high-tech products and services with a product portfolio matching ABC’s range of products.
Additionally, ABC, being a CMM-certified company, has a strong emphasis on the processes which are followed toward being a better project-oriented organization. The management of the company understands that any merger or acquisition would result in aligning the company’s policies and processes with the acquired company’s. Therefore, it is considered important that the acquired company has an established set of processes for each phase of the product/project life cycle.
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Since this is a critical step, the management decides that a selected group of business managers, who have a lot of project management experience and have a good under- standing of the technology domain, would personally visit the companies that are short-listed and scrutinize their products and processes before finalizing any deal.

Peter Davis is one of the business managers working for ABC. He has been with the company for a long time and has moved up the management ladder, most recently from the project manager level. He understands the technology management aspects at ABC very well and has also worked for some of the top high-tech companies before joining ABC. He understands the dynamics of high-tech companies and also project life cycle management and is a renowned PMP-certified professional in the field. The management of ABC therefore chooses Peter as one of the managers to work with the acquisitions. Because of his prior work experience in Italy, ABC decides that Peter should go to Italy to verify the processes at PQR Inc.

Soon after his arrival in Italy, Peter schedules meetings with the business managers and the project managers at PQR Inc. He is really surprised at the amount of detail that has been given to every aspect of the project life cycle. He scans through the company’s project selection process, project portfolio mapping process, project planning and control tools for the customer roadmap, scope (WBS, Change Coordination Matrix, Project Change Request/Log), sched- ule (Gantt Charts, Critical Path Method, Critical Chain Schedule, Milestone Prediction Chart, Slip Chart), cost (Analogous Estimate, Parametric Estimate, Earned Value Analysis), and quality planning (Affinity Diagrams, Quality Improvement Maps, Cause and Effect Diagrams, and control charts).
Of all the tools that Peter saw at PQR Inc., one tool caught his attention. This was the Monte Carlo Analysis (MCA) tool for risk planning. PQR Inc., being a small start-up company in a high-tech market, obviously faced a high degree of risk in terms of the new technology they were dealing with, competitors, markets, etc. So utilization of any risk planning tool would provide the company with a strategy to ward off any undesired events during the execution of projects. Given below is an implementation of how Monte Carlo Analysis was implemented at PQR Inc.

RISK MANAGEMENT AND THE PLANNING PROCESS
The risk management process at PQR Inc. has been iteratively defined by the following five steps:

Risk Identification: Use past project experiences and data bases to uncover any risks that might occur during the execution of the current project. These are termed risk events.

Risk Analysis: Identify drivers that might lead to the occurrence of risks identified above.

Risk Priority/Impact Analysis: Each risk is given a severity score by assigning a probability of occurrence and impact of the risk. The risk severity is then calculated using a P-I matrix and a specific number of risks that score high on the P-I matrix are considered. For a detailed procedure of assigning probabilities to the risks, the Monte Carlo Analysis technique is used.

Risk Resolution: Develop a Risk Response Plan to prevent identified risks. Contingency plans should be made in case of risks that cannot be prevented.

Risk Monitoring: A constant monitoring of risks is done at regular intervals to prevent/mitigate them.

Using the above model, PQR Inc. has then implemented Monte Carlo Analysis for assigning probability to uncertain events such as schedule and cost probabilities. Below is an example of how MCA has been effectively applied to avoid the risk of incorrect scheduling on the project leading to late time-to-market, customer dissatisfaction, and loss in profitability.
A new product development (NPD) project at PQR Inc. has a network diagram showing the dependent tasks/activities in the project.
But seldom is the process of new product development so linear. Since time-to-market is critical for PQR Inc., most of the tasks are handled in parallel between Engineering and the Marketing departments (concurrent engineering), which induces a lot of interdependencies.
The uncertainty in assigning a final deadline to the project is the nature of the project itself. Since the company deals with high-technology products which are very new in the market, not many projects of a similar nature have been under- taken to estimate the schedule of activities with certainty. But accurate assessment of timelines for the individual tasks under uncertainty is both essential as well as critical. So then, how will the company provide a final estimate, so that the risks identified are prevented?
The next step followed in the process is assigning a range of possibilities for each activity. For example, say activity A can be completed in five days at a mini- mum, but can extend to 15 days at a maximum. An MCA simulation can be run on this range of possibilities to evaluate the mean likelihood of A’s completion time. Single point estimates where available can be made use of without using MCA.
The Monte Carlo process thus gives project managers a more precise completion time of the project. In the case of companies that focus on new product development like PQR Inc., this gives a more accurate estimate for the time-to-market.
Peter, who had a PMP certification and had used a lot of project management tools in his long tenure as a project manager, was really impressed with such a great method for reducing risks due to schedule slippages. His audition of the company had given him a great impression of how well PQR Inc. had been managing its projects and their processes. In his audit results, he therefore gladly recommended that ABC acquire PQR Inc.
Discussion items
1. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of Monte Carlo Analysis in project risk management.
2. Should Monte Carlo Analysis be used in every project? Why or why not?[supanova_question]

## Cybercrime Case Study During the semester, you will select one cybercrime case

Cybercrime Case Study

During the semester, you will select one cybercrime case or event (does not have to be a court case) related to the class. Your case must be within the past 5 years. You must use reputable sources. (Hint: BLOGS/WIKIS are NOT reputable sources. News articles from reputable media outlets and court documents are ok to use.) Do not choose an event or case that has been discussed in class or covered in class material.

You will write a minimum of two pages, 1 page for each section. This DOES NOT include the heading! Anything less than one page of text, in each section, single spaced, will be graded accordingly. If your assignment is not formatted correctly, you will lose points!

Your paper should include a summary and analysis. It should reflect thorough research on the case. You should have AT LEAST 3-5 reputable sources cited in your paper.

Summary:

At least 1 page

Include in-text citations (APA format) as needed

You should not include quotes in a short paper – use your own words!

Remember, anything that is not your original idea MUST BE CITED. This will likely be EVERY sentence in your summary.

Analysis:

At least 1 page

Analyze the case

Explain the relevance of the case to cyber security/computer forensics field

You should not include quotes in a short paper

Formatting:

Include a cover page with the following statement:

By submitting this assignment, I certify I have abided by all requirements of the GMU honor code. I certify that this is entirely my own work, no unauthorized sources have been used, and all sources used have been properly cited.

Single spaced

12 point font

Calibri or Arial

1 inch margins

Citations in APA format – both in-text and works cited

Review the grading rubric prior to submission!

Check your SafeAssign report and re-submit if needed. Any paper submitted that is not properly cited or plagiarized will be submitted to the Office of Academic Integrity. This includes failure to properly and completely cite your paper (i.e. no in-text citations, missing in-text citations where needed, no full APA citation, missing “ ” on quotes, etc.)

Please review the resources in the Handouts folder on Blackboard.

Papers must be submitted on Blackboard before the due date. Late papers will not be accepted for ANY reason (including Blackboard malfunctions).[supanova_question]

## Case StudyThis case is adapted from D. L. Kelly and S. L.

Case StudyThis case is adapted from D. L. Kelly and S. L. Pestotnik’s 1998 unpublished manuscript “Using Causal Loop Diagrams to Facilitate Double Loop Learning in the Healthcare Delivery Setting.” Mrs. B was a 66-year-old widow living on a fixed income. She had been diagnosed with high blood pressure and osteoporosis. Her private doctor knew her well. When he selected the medication with which to treat her high blood pressure, he took into account her age, the fact that she had osteoporosis, and other issues. He chose a drug that had proven beneficial for patients such as Mrs. B and had minimum side effects. Mrs. B did well on the medication for ten years. Her insurance covered the cost of her medication, except for a small out-of-pocket copayment. The last time Mrs. B went to her local pharmacy to refill her prescription, the pharmacist informed her that her insurance company had contracted with a pharmacy benefits management (PBM) company. (The role of a PBM company is to perform a variety of cost-cutting services for health insurance plans. One of these services is to decide which drugs an insurance company will pay for; the PBM company’s preferred-product list is known as a formulary.) If Mrs. B wanted to continue to take the same medication, it would cost her five times her usual copayment. She was quite disturbed because she could not afford this price increase and did not fully understand her insurance company’s new policy. The pharmacist offered to call Mrs. B’s doctor, explain the situation, and ask him whether he would change her prescription to the PBM-preferred brand. When the physician was contacted, he was not aware of the PBM company’s action and was not completely familiar with the preferred product. After this discussion with the pharmacist, the physician concluded that his only option was to approve the switch, which he did. Mrs. B began taking the new brand of high blood pressure medicine. One week after starting on the new drug, she developed a persistent cough that aggravated her osteoporosis and caused her rib pain. When the cough and pain continued for another week, Mrs. B began to take over-the-counter medicines for the pain. She unknowingly opened herself to a reaction between her blood pressure medication and the pain medication: orthostatic hypotension (lightheadedness when rising from a lying to an upright position). One morning on her way to the bathroom, she fainted, fell, and broke her hip. She was admitted to the hospital for surgery, where she developed a urinary tract infection. The infection spread to her repaired hip, which resulted in a bloodstream infection that eventually led to her death.[supanova_question]

## Case study: man brought to the hospital with covid was travel oversees

Case study: man brought to the hospital with covid was travel oversees from China in air plane get virous

Instruction

Who should be informed, when and how?

2. What plans, procedures and resources would you activate at

this point?

3. Does the patient need to be transferred to another hospital. If

so, where to and how?

4. What Infection Prevention and Control measures would you

put in place for this patient?

PART 2

1. What are your immediate priority actions?

2. What additional information do you require?

My prof needs RAW DATA, so that I can show excel graphs like histograms done by looking at the

## Hi, I will provide you with our group selected paper, it is a statistic paper that used a meta-analysis Essay

Hi, I will provide you with our group selected paper, it is a statistic paper that used a meta-analysis Essay.

Hi, I will provide you with our group selected paper, it is a statistic paper that used a meta-analysis approach.

No need for introduction and conclusion,
just focus on writing the extension of the paper.
1. To discuss the different methods in meta-analysis
2. the proposition of alternative hypotheses/future research.

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Hi, I will provide you with our group selected paper, it is a statistic paper that used a meta-analysis Essay

## “Is amount of sleep impacted by blue light exposure before bed”.

“Is amount of sleep impacted by blue light exposure before bed”..

This a statistics report, where a hypothesis must be tested and research must be carried out.On the project one thing I’d advise based on some other experience is that you make sure you have enough data to test two hypotheses related to different aspects of your data (eg. can be same statistical test twice, but applied to different null hypothesis – not eg. t-test and wilcoxon test of the same hypothesis).The project outline is attached please use it as it explains the project step by step.There are also two examples from previous years based on different hypotheses but could you please use their layout and how they have carried it all out. We are working with a very tight schedule. It really needs to be done by this week. All help is appreciated.Many thanks![supanova_question]

## Saudi Electronic University College of Administrative and Financial Sciences ECOM201 – Introduction

Saudi Electronic University

College of Administrative and Financial Sciences

ECOM201 – Introduction to E-management

Assignment 3

Project Assignment

GoTech Solutions Company

2021/2022

Requirements

GoTech is a Saudi company (located in Riyadh) that provides technical and digital solutions to other businesses and individuals. Its operation focuses mainly on the Saudi market, but recently it opened two offices in Egypt and Italy. Eng. Abdullah is the CEO, and there are three regional managers (in 3 different countries) and 30 employees working under their supervision.

Recently, Abdullah has been required to make vital decisions to keep GoTech running during many challenges, including new and existing competitors, rapid technology development, and Coronavirus pandemic. Consider yourself the CEO’s consultant who is required to help him put together a strategy so GoTech can not only survive but also thrive in the future.

Part 1

An overview of GoTech company (0.5 marks)

Description of the type of management that GoTech follows. (1 mark)

Description of the challenges with that type of management. (1 mark)

Communication challenges

Cultural and political challenges

Description of the necessity for creating a virtual Risks Response Team based on Tuckman’s Team Life Cycle Model (see figure 1). (3 marks)

Phases of team creation

Criteria for choosing the team

Who are they, and why did you choose them?

Pros and cons of the virtual team

Description of the regional managers’ roles (2 marks)

What qualities must they have as leaders?

How can they motivate themselves and their team?

What digital recourses can they use to manage the team?

Part 2

Description of challenges that loom over GoTech (1 mark)

Existing challenges/ disasters

Potential challenges/ disasters

Description of GoTech resources (1 mark)

What are the digital and financial resources?

How can these resources be utilized?

Description of GoTech digital capabilities (2 marks)

Existing capabilities that can be strengthened

Needed capabilities that must be invested in

Description of the solutions (3 marks)

Immediate solutions (based on points 4, 6, 7, & 8)

Future solutions (based on points 5, 6,7, & 8)

Closing remarks/ conclusion (0.5 marks)

Figure 1 Bruce Tuchman’s Team Life Cycle Model (Personio, 2021)

Important details

http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/studentservices/documents/planning-and-preparing-to-write-assignments.pdf

APA reference system https://student.unsw.edu.au/apa

Guidelines for the assignment:

This is an individual project, which is part from your course score. It requires effort and critical thinking.

Use the given cover page below. One mark will be deducted if there is no cover page.

Use at least 5 different references from the SDL.

Use font Times New Roman, Calibri or Arial.

Use 1.5 or double line spacing with left Justify all paragraphs.

Use the footer function to insert page number.

Your project report length should be between 1500 to 2000 words.

Up to 20% of the total grade will be deducted for providing a poor structure of assignment. Structure includes these elements paper style, free of spelling and grammar mistakes, referencing and word count.

Saudi Electronic University

College of Administrative and Financial Sciences

E-commerce Department

Student Name:

Student ID:

Course Title:

Introduction to E-Management

Course Code:

ECOM 201

2021/2022- 1st Semester

CRN:

Instructor Name:

“Is amount of sleep impacted by blue light exposure before bed”.

## Data Collection Method assignment

Data Collection Method assignment.

I need a 3 page paper showing the Data collection Method I will be using for my research paper. Which is reasons and factors leading to the high turnover rate in the Trucking Industry. This is an assignment for my statistics class. This is a word document paper. I am including an upload of 2 previous papers discussing my research paper and topic. Also including an upload of the student guide where the Rubric and details for the paper will be found on pg 83.[supanova_question]

## Image transcription text The overall size of the 16s rRNA gene is

Image transcription text
The overall size of the 16s rRNA gene is relatively short. ~1500bp. While sequencing the entire 165 gene is difficult due to read length restrictions of many NGS platforms, sequencing one or more hypervariable regions is relatively quick and affordable. What two of the most used regions are used for 16s rRNA sequencing? O 27F-519R (V1-V3 region) and 515F-806R (V4 region) 515F-806R (V4 region) and 799F-1193R (V5-V7 region)
[supanova_question]

## VILLAGE HILL SPIRITS – HINTS Assume that you are Grace Baker and

Data Collection Method assignment VILLAGE HILL SPIRITS – HINTS

Assume that you are Grace Baker and you have been asked to elaborate on the memo in Exhibit 1 to address the issues raised by Jordan Wright in both of his conversations with you. Use the report form from the course website and please be certain to address all of the following issues:

What conditions would justify the assumption of a constant contribution margin per customer? Do you think those conditions are likely to hold here? To support your conclusions, do a scatter plot of the sample data, and then use the sample data to run a regression of purchase costs on purchase revenues. [Hint: Discuss is the meaning of the intercept term of your regression results?]

Is Grace using marginal cost and marginal revenue correctly in her analysis? Explain the errors in her analysis, if any. [Hint: Think about Jordan Wright’s questions.]

Is there a good reason to believe that evening customers purchase, on average, more than day customers? Support your answer by performing a statistical test on the difference between the mean day purchase and the mean evening purchase (using a two-tailed test).

What closing time should Village Hill Spirits choose to maximize profits? Calculate the increase in profits (relative to the current closing time of 10 pm) that would result from extending store hours to 4 am. If you recommend a different closing time, calculate the increase in profits (again relative to the current closing time) that would result from your recommendation.

a. Calculate the breakeven number of additional customers for each added hour of operation up to 4 am.

b. Calculate the breakeven number of additional customers for an entire year,

assuming (i) closing time of 4 am and then (ii) your recommended closing

time if it differs from 4 am.

c. Find the safety margin on new customers for the year.

[Hint: For the per-year analysis, remember to account for the cost of the security

upgrade. Use straight-line depreciation as a measure of the fixed cost of the security

for each of the 360 business days in the year.]

If there are any additional issues you think are relevant to the choice of closing time, be sure to mention them. Is there anything missing from the analysis? Are there any matters that require additional data collection or research?[supanova_question]

## ; WTM Push Demo CSC240 Fall 2014 ; Commands: ; X –

; WTM Push Demo CSC240 Fall 2014

; Commands:

; X – Exit the program.

; D – Pop and display value at top of stack.

; XXX integer + ENTER – Push value onto stack

.ORIG x3000

;

;

LEA R6,StackBase ; Initialize the Stack.

ADD R6,R6,#0 ; R6 is stack pointer

LEA R0,PromptMsg

PUTS

GETC

OUT

Test LD R1,NegX ; Check for X entered

BRz Exit

;

LD R1,NegC ; Check for C entered

BRz OpClear ; See Figure 10.27 page 283

;

LD R1,NegD ; Check for D entered

BRz OpDisplay ;

;

; Then, user must have entered a value

BRnzp PushValue ; See Figure 10.25 page 282

;

NewCommand LEA R0,PromptMsg

PUTS

GETC

OUT

BRnzp Test

Exit HALT

PromptMsg .FILL x000A

.STRINGZ “Enter a command or an integer:”

NegX .FILL xFFA8

NegC .FILL xFFBD

NegD .FILL xFFBC

NegP .FILL xFFB0

; This algorithm takes a sequence of ASCII digits typed by the user,

; converts it into a binary value by calling the ASCIItoBinary

; subroutine and pushes the binary value onto the stack.

;

PushValue LEA R1,ASCIIBUFF ; R1 points to string being

LD R2,MaxDigits ; generated

;

ValueLoop ADD R3,R0,xFFF6 ; Test for carriage return

BRz GoodInput

BRz TooLargeInput

ADD R2,R2,#-1 ; Still room for more digits

STR R0,R1,#0 ; Store last character read

GETC

OUT ; Echo it

BRnzp ValueLoop

;

GoodInput LEA R2,ASCIIBUFF

NOT R2,R2

ADD R1,R1,R2 ; R1 now contains no. of char.

JSR ASCIItoBinary

JSR PUSH

BRnzp NewCommand

;

TooLargeInput GETC ; Spin until carriage return

OUT

BRnp TooLargeInput

LEA R0,TooManyDigits

PUTS

BRnzp NewCommand

TooManyDigits .FILL x000A

.STRINGZ “Too many digits”

MaxDigits .FILL x0003

;

; This routine clears the stack by resetting the stack pointer (R6).

;

OpClear LEA R6,StackBase ; Initialize the Stack.

ADD R6,R6,#1 ; R6 is stack pointer

BRnzp NewCommand

;

; Routine to pop the top two elements from the stack,

; add them, and push the sum onto the stack. R6 is

; the stack pointer.

;

;

; Routine to check that the magnitude of a value is

; between -999 and +999.

;

RangeCheck LD R5,Neg999

ADD R4,R0,R5 ; Recall that R0 contains the

BRp BadRange ; result being checked.

LD R5,Pos999

AND R5,R5,#0 ; R5 <– success

RET

BadRange ST R7,Save ; R7 is needed by TRAP/RET

LEA R0,RangeErrorMsg

TRAP x22 ; Output character string

LD R7,Save

AND R5,R5,#0 ;

ADD R5,R5,#1 ; R5 <– failure

RET

Neg999 .FILL #-999

Pos999 .FILL #999

Save .FILL x0000

RangeErrorMsg .FILL x000A

.STRINGZ “Error: Number is out of range.”

;

; This algorithm calls BinarytoASCII to convert the 2’s complement

; number on the top of the stack into an ASCII character string, and

; then calls PUTS to display that number on the screen.

OpDisplay JSR POP ; R0 gets the value to be displayed

BRp NewCommand ; POP failed, nothing on the stack.

JSR BinarytoASCII

LD R0,NewlineChar

OUT

LEA R0,ASCIIBUFF

PUTS

;ADD R6,R6,#0 ; Push displayed number back on stack

BRnzp NewCommand

NewlineChar .FILL x000A

ASCIIBUFF .BLKW 4

BUFFEREND .FILL x0000 ; needed to force x0000 at end of ASCIIBUFF

;

; This algorithm POPs a value from the stack and puts it in

; R0 before returning to the calling program. R5 is used to

; report success (R5=0) or failure (R5=1) of the POP operation.

POP LEA R0,StackBase

NOT R0,R0

ADD R0,R0,R6 ; R6 = StackPointer

BRz Underflow

LDR R0,R6,#0 ; The actual POP

AND R5,R5,#0 ; R5 <– success

RET

Underflow ST R7,SaveR7 ; TRAP/RET needs R7

LEA R0,UnderflowMsg

PUTS ; Print error message.

LD R7,SaveR7 ; Restore R7

AND R5,R5,#0

ADD R5,R5,#1 ; R5 <– failure

RET

SaveR7 .FILL x0000

StackMax .BLKW 9

StackBase .FILL x0000

UnderflowMsg .FILL x000A

.STRINGZ “Error: Too Few Values on the Stack.”

; This algorithm PUSHes on the stack the value stored in R0.

; R5 is used to report success (R5=0) or failure (R5=1) of

; the PUSH operation.

;

PUSH ST R1,Save1 ; R1 is needed by this routine

LEA R1,StackMax

NOT R1,R1

ADD R1,R1,R6 ; R6 = StackPointer

BRz Overflow

STR R0,R6,#0 ; The actual PUSH

BRnzp Success_exit

Overflow ST R7,Save7PUSH

LEA R0,OverflowMsg

PUTS

LD R7,Save7PUSH

LD R1, Save1 ; Restore R1

AND R5,R5,#0

ADD R5,R5,#1 ; R5 <– failure

RET

Success_exit LD R1,Save1 ; Restore R1

AND R5,R5,#0 ; R5 <– success

RET

Save7PUSH .FILL x0000

Save1 .FILL x0000

OverflowMsg .STRINGZ “Error: Stack is Full.”

;

; This algorithm takes an ASCII string of three decimal digits and

; converts it into a binary number. R0 is used to collect the result.

; R1 keeps track of how many digits are left to process. ASCIIBUFF

; contains the most significant digit in the ASCII string.

;

ASCIItoBinary AND R0,R0,#0 ; R0 will be used for our result

ADD R1,R1,#0 ; Test number of digits.

BRz DoneAtoB ; There are no digits

;

LD R3,NegASCIIOffset ; R3 gets xFFD0, i.e., -x0030

LEA R2,ASCIIBUFF

ADD R2,R2,#-1 ; R2 now points to “ones” digit

;

LDR R4,R2,#0 ; R4 <– "ones" digit

ADD R4,R4,R3 ; Strip off the ASCII template

;

BRz DoneAtoB ; The original number had one digit

ADD R2,R2,#-1 ; R2 now points to “tens” digit

;

LDR R4,R2,#0 ; R4 <– "tens" digit

ADD R4,R4,R3 ; Strip off ASCII template

LEA R5,LookUp10 ; LookUp10 is BASE of tens values

ADD R5,R5,R4 ; R5 points to the right tens value

LDR R4,R5,#0

;

BRz DoneAtoB ; The original number had two digits

ADD R2,R2,#-1 ; R2 now points to “hundreds” digit

;

LDR R4,R2,#0 ; R4 <– "hundreds" digit

ADD R4,R4,R3 ; Strip off ASCII template

LEA R5,LookUp100 ; LookUp100 is hundreds BASE

ADD R5,R5,R4 ; R5 points to hundreds value

LDR R4,R5,#0

;

DoneAtoB RET

NegASCIIOffset .FILL xFFD0

LookUp10 .FILL #0

.FILL #10

.FILL #20

.FILL #30

.FILL #40

.FILL #50

.FILL #60

.FILL #70

.FILL #80

.FILL #90

;

LookUp100 .FILL #0

.FILL #100

.FILL #200

.FILL #300

.FILL #400

.FILL #500

.FILL #600

.FILL #700

.FILL #800

.FILL #900

;

; This algorithm takes the 2’s complement representation of a signed

; integer, within the range -999 to +999, and converts it into an ASCII

; string consisting of a sign digit, followed by three decimal digits.

; R0 contains the initial value being converted.

;

BinarytoASCII LEA R1,ASCIIBUFF ; R1 points to string being generated

ADD R0,R0,#0 ; R0 contains the binary value

BRn NegSign ;

LD R2,ASCIIplus ; First store the ASCII plus sign

STR R2,R1,#0

BRnzp Begin100

NegSign LD R2,ASCIIminus ; First store ASCII minus sign

STR R2,R1,#0

NOT R0,R0 ; Convert the number to absolute

ADD R0,R0,#1 ; value; it is easier to work with.

;

Begin100 LD R2,ASCIIoffset ; Prepare for “hundreds” digit

;

LD R3,Neg100 ; Determine the hundreds digit

BRn End100

BRnzp Loop100

;

End100 STR R2,R1,#1 ; Store ASCII code for hundreds digit

LD R3,Pos100

ADD R0,R0,R3 ; Correct R0 for one-too-many subtracts

;

LD R2,ASCIIoffset ; Prepare for “tens” digit

;

Begin10 LD R3,Neg10 ; Determine the tens digit

BRn End10

BRnzp Loop10

;

End10 STR R2,R1,#2 ; Store ASCII code for tens digit

ADD R0,R0,#10 ; Correct R0 for one-too-many subtracts

Begin1 LD R2,ASCIIoffset ; Prepare for “ones” digit

STR R2,R1,#3

RET

;

ASCIIplus .FILL x002B

ASCIIminus .FILL x002D

ASCIIoffset .FILL x0030

Neg100 .FILL xFF9C

Pos100 .FILL x0064

Neg10 .FILL xFFF6

.END ; end of assembly listing[supanova_question]

## Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Ministry of Education Saudi Electronic University ??????? ???????

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Ministry of Education

Saudi Electronic University

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College of Administrative and Financial Sciences

Assignment 3

Management of Technology (MGT 325)

Course Name: Management of Technology

Student’s Name:

Course Code: MGT325

Student’s ID Number:

Semester: First

CRN:

For Instructor’s Use only

Instructor’s Name:

Marks Obtained/Out of 5

Level of Marks: High/Middle/Low

The Assignment must be submitted on Blackboard (WORD format only) via allocated folder.

Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted.

Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page.

Students must mention question number clearly in their answer.

Late submission will NOT be accepted.

Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.

All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).

Submissions without this cover page will NOT be accepted.

Course Learning Outcomes-Covered

Recognize the dynamics and the importance of managing technological innovation strategically. (LO-1)

Explain of the concepts, models for formulating strategies, defining the organizational strategic directions and crafting a deployment strategy.(LO-3)

Assignment Marks: 5

Students are requested to read chapter 9 “Protecting Innovation” from their book Strategic Management of Technological Innovation.

Based on the conceptual knowledge and understanding obtained from the readings –

1-Select a world renowned company give a brief introduction and identify the legal protection mechanisms (patents copyright, trademarks & service marks) used by it to safeguard its intellectual property. (2.5 Marks) (Max 750- Min 500 Words)

2- With a thorough research of your selected company identify and explain an incident when trade secrets were more useful than the legal protection measures identified above. (2.5 Marks) (Max 750 – Min 500 Words)

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## College of Administrative and Financial Sciences Assignment 3 Deadline: 04/12/2021 @ 23:59

College of Administrative and Financial Sciences

Assignment 3

Course Name: Introduction to International Business

Student’s Name:

Course Code: MGT-321

Student’s ID Number:

Semester: I

CRN:

For Instructor’s Use only

Instructor’s Name:

Level of Marks: High/Middle/Low

The Assignment must be submitted on Blackboard (WORD format only) via allocated folder.

Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted.

Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page.

Students must mention question number clearly in their answer.

Late submission will NOT be accepted.

Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.

All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).

Submissions without this cover page will NOT be accepted.

Assignment Regulation:

All students are encouraged to use their own word.

Assignment -3 should be submitted on or before the end of Week-11 in Black Board only.

This assignment is an individual assignment.

Citing of references is also necessary.

Assignment Structure:

A.No

Type

Marks

Assignment-3

Report Writing

5

Total

5

Learning Outcomes:

Explain the forces driving and evaluate the impact of globalization (CLO: 1.3)

Analyze the effects of culture, politics and economic systems in the context of international business (CLO: 2.1)

Carry out effective self-evaluation through discussing economic systems in the international business context (CLO: 3.1)

Report Writing

Select a Saudi company that operates in Europe and/or Africa, and write (a minimum of 500 word) report covering the following points:

Present the study report with clear Introduction and Conclusion including your own views.

Conduct a SWOT analysis for your chosen company based on your research.

Strengths: List the strengths of the selected company;

Weaknesses: Describe the areas of weakness in the company’s operations;

Opportunities: Examine factors that may improve the company’s chances of success;

Threats: List the external threats to the business company’s success.

Analyze the political, economic, cultural and legal challenges the company currently faces in any of the country it operates (select one country in which the company operates for this analysis).

(Marks: 5)

Savola Group Report

Introduction

Savola Group is an entity with roots in Saudi Arabia. It has its operations and offices located in the Middle East, North Africa, and turkey. Thus, it is an international company with established business practices that initiate market growth and competition within specific jurisdictions. Its operations pertain to the distribution of edible sugar, oils, freshly-made dairy commodities, alongside fast serving food restaurants. Among the major countries in Northern Africa that aid in distributing the company’s products include Egypt. Within the Saudi Arabian market, it gets rated at position nine from a shortlist of a hundred entities (Amico, 2016). Therefore, it is an outstanding company contributing to the country’s economic growth. Regarding aspects impacting its current market stance, multiple factors contributed to its present position, including its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats.

SWOT Analysis

Its strengths include its strategic investments towards grocery retail, foods, and restaurants and its access to consumers and infrastructure. From the two, some businesses fail due to their locations in the marketplace. Some places might not permit accessibility to clients, whereby the nearby roads might not be of full infrastructural development to favor accessibility. When the location gets accessed easily, there are higher chances that clients and prospects will visit your business whenever they need and want (Wapshott, 2015). Thus, the products and services will be available to all users. The other aspect posing much strength to the venture includes increased investments in groceries, foods, and restaurants. For instance, fast food restaurants serve people basic needs by providing healthy meals with quick-serving eateries. Thus, it gives itself more chances to gain customer attention, leading to its growth.

Secondly, the establishment has numerous weaknesses that act towards lowering the progress. The main one includes its limited existence outside the Middle East. That is a great point of worry. For instance, if you want to beat the entire market, you need to continuously promote your goods beyond specific jurisdictions. Thus, it has a limited market at the international level. It will be of great value if the establishment expands its market beyond the Middle East, with several branches in different countries, just like Kentucky Fried Chicken does in its operations.

Thirdly, when well-utilized, it has opportunities that can earn great respect in the marketplace, beating its global competitors. The favorable factors existing in the external environment include strategic alliances, huge Gulf Cooperation Council populations, and technological factors. If Savola Group forms strategic alliances such as the ones existing between Starbucks and Target, it will have increased recognition worldwide. For example, Starbucks products get sold in Target offices, promoting the image and commodities from Starbucks (Haskova, 2015). It helps in growing another company’s products alongside marketing its image. That should be one of the considerations. The other includes utilizing the populous Gulf Cooperation Council and making them its clients and service providers for an enhanced expansion. The last aspect involves utilizing the existing technological factors in the modernized world towards impacting organizational expansion and recognition. Modernization helps market and sell products through the current technology. Thus, the business should be dynamic.

Fourthly, the possible threats include the politically unstable conditions and disputes in the Middle East. For example, a case study of political instability in the Ivory Coast led to decreased business operations through civil wars (Ouedraogo, 2020). That is among the factors that might lead to decreased business operations due to hostilities affecting Syria, Yemen, Libya, and Iraq. It will be hard to operate within harsh environments full of assassinations and other disputes.

Additionally, there are multiple concerns that Savola Group faces due to its presence in Egypt. They include political, economic, legal, and cultural challenges, which need to get addressed for increased productivity. Regarding political concerns, they mainly dwell on the civil war. Since Egypt is a nearby nation among the countries facing the listed crisis, it leads to lowered levels of operations due to imposed restrictions. Sometimes political stance of the country limits other business operations to enhance safety and avoid trading with enemies. Regarding culture, operations in Egypt dwell on the ability of the Egyptians to do businesses with people and products they recognize and respect. That is their culture. Thus, there has been a decline in the market due to some products Egyptians tend to reject. Thus, the Savola Group intends to increase its edible oil products to prevent its company from declining. On legal matters, the fact that investors only get a chance to invest a maximum of 49% shares in trading entities lowers the general operations of the Savola group (Super User, 2017). When referring to economic status, the presence of floods along the River Nile erodes some establishments and other businesses, downgrading the economic status of customers and other potential buyers. Furthermore, the shifting customers regarding shopping behaviors due to the financial problems caused by Covid-19 lowered its profits with Egypt and all of its operational states. Thus, the number of customers get decreased at some points, posing an extensive threat to the entity.

Conclusion

In conclusion, the Savola Group is one of the top companies, with its origin dating from Saudi Arabia. It has the full potential of increased growth, given the crowded surrounding within it. It will be perfect if the entity identifies its weaknesses, including maximizing on the markets outside the Middle East. Through such acts, it has the greatest potential to dominate the entire market and grow internationally. The main aspects that may lead to its downfall include the regular war within its surrounding nations, which is difficult to avoid. Thus, it must maximize its strengths and opportunities, and avoid all the possible threats, making it grow better. Additionally, it must adapt to Egypt’s existing political, economic, legal, and cultural challenges and utilize any given opportunities that enhance its full development. By considering such matters, the group will soon become a multidomestic entity, with its branches in most world nations.

References

Amico, A. (2016). THE SAVOLA GROUP: A DIFFERENT KIND OF A SAUDI ARABIAN OIL COMPANY. DEVELOPED FOR THE SAAFAH CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AWARD WINNERS CEREMONY 2016, 27. https://savola.blob.core.windows.net/website/docs/default-source/case-study/savola-case-study-final-september-2016.pdf

Haskova, K. (2015). Starbucks marketing analysis. CRIS – Bulletin of the Centre for Research and Interdisciplinary Study, 2015(1), 11-29. https://doi.org/10.1515/cris-2015-0002

Ouedraogo, E., Ouedraogo, I., & Lompo, E. (2020). Political instability and firm performance: A microeconomic evidence from Ivory Coast. American Journal of Economics and Business Administration, 12(1), 49-55. https://doi.org/10.3844/ajebasp.2020.49.55

Super User. (2017). Commercial law. Karim Adel Law Office – Egypt. https://www.karimadel.com.eg/en/expertise/practice-areas/commercial-law

Wapshott, R. (2015). Book review: Finance for small and entrepreneurial business. International Small Business Journal: Researching Entrepreneurship, 34(1), 146-147. https://doi.org/10.1177/0266242615610262

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You will prepare a PowerPoint presentation on your Building Level Code of Ethics
You will submit the document as in Blackboard for grading and in our course in LiveText for assessment purposes.
This PowerPoint should not only present your building level code of ethics but ALSO an outline of the plan and how you as a faculty will develop and propose its adoption to the Board of Education.

Part 1 of presentation: Building Code of Ethics Purpose, Mission, Slogan, Process of Ethical decision making, code of conduct (principles/standards/obligations), This portion consist of 8-10 slides.

Part 2 of the presentation The Plan – include at least 5 to 8 slides describing how you will involve the faculty and staff, other stakeholders such as the board of education, and parents in the process of its development and adoption.

The PowerPoint should include any notes you would plan to use within a presentation and be at least 13 slides and not over 20 slides in length.
Your presentation has to contain at least the information within the rubric; you can develop the template as you wish; just include all the topics used in previous modules

below you will find my school information and we also use the state of MS school conduct found in the MDE website
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For our last reflection consider:
What have been modern U.S. government’s greatest successes (1900-present)? Choose a few examples and make your case.
Where did our government fail? (a few examples, etc.)
In your conclusion, what public concerns do you think our government should address in the near future?
Book: give me liberty: A modern history by Eric Foner sixth edition, please use the book resource not outside resource, thanks

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Assignment 3

Course Name: Organizational Behavior

Student’s Name:

Course Code: MGT301

Student’s ID Number:

Semester: 1st

CRN:

For Instructor’s Use only

Instructor’s Name: Dr Mohammed Alshiha

Level of Marks: High/Middle/Low

The Assignment must be submitted on Blackboard (WORD format only) via allocated folder.

Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted.

Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented; marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page.

Students must mention question number clearly in their answer.

Late submission will NOT be accepted.

Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.

All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).

Submissions without this cover page will NOT be accepted.

Course Learning Outcomes-Covered

1

Define the impact of company’s culture, structure and design can have on its organizational behavior. (CLO3)

Assignment 3

Reference Source:

Textbook:-

Colquitt, J. A., LePine, J. A., & Wesson, M. J. (2019). Organizational behaviour: Improving performance and commitment in the workplace (6th ed). Burr Ridge, IL: McGraw-Hill Irwin.

Case Study: –

Case: Delta / United

Please read the case “Delta / United” from Chapter 16 “ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE” Page: – 533 given in your textbook – Organizational behaviour: Improving performance and commitment in the workplace (6th ed). by Colquitt, J. A., LePine, J. A., & Wesson, M. J. (2019) and Answer the following Questions:

Assignment Question(s):

1. Why is an organization’s culture perhaps the most evident during crisis situations? (1.25 Marks ) (Min words 150-200)

2. What causes companies like Delta and United to become so different in regard to organizational culture? (1.25 Marks ) (Min words 150-200)

3. What will it take for United to overcome its culture that has been built up over such a long period of time? (1.25 Marks ) (Min words 200)

Part:-2

4. Have you or a family member worked for an organization that you would consider to have a strong culture? If so, what made the culture strong? Did you or they enjoy working there? What do you think led to that conclusion? (1.25 Marks ) (Min words 200-300)

Important Note: – Support your submission with course material concepts, principles, and theories from the textbook and at least two scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles.

Due date for the submission of Assignment:- 3

Assignment-3 should posted in the Black Board by end of Week-11.

The due date for the submission of Assignment-3 is end of Week-13.

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## College of Administration and Finance Sciences Assignment (3) Deadline: Saturday 27/11/2021 @

College of Administration and Finance Sciences

Assignment (3)

Course Name: Managerial Accounting

Student’s Name:

Course Code: ACCT322

Student’s ID Number:

Semester: 1st

CRN:

For Instructor’s Use only

Instructor’s Name: Dr. Mohammed Arshad Khan

Level of Marks: High/Middle/Low

The Assignment must be submitted on Blackboard (WORD format only) via allocated folder.

Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted.

Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page.

Students must mention question number clearly in their answer.

Late submission will NOT be accepted.

Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.

All answers must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism.

Submissions without this cover page will NOT be accepted.

Assignment Question(s): (Marks 5)

Q.1 Arshan Industries is a division of a major corporation. Last year the division had total sales of $23,380,000, net operating income of$2,828,980, and average operating assets of $7,000,000. The company’s minimum required rate of return is 12%. Required: a. What is the division’s margin? b. What is the division’s turnover? c. What is the division’s return on investment (ROI)? (1.5 Marks) Answer Q.2 The following direct labor standards have been established for product K-19: Standard direct labor-hours 1.2 hours per unit of K-19 Standard direct labor wage rate$11.50

per hour

The following data pertain to the most recent month’s operations during which 3,860 units of product K-19 were made:

Actual direct labor-hours worked

4,600

Actual direct labor wages paid

$53,360 Required: a. What was the labor rate variance for the month? b. What was the labor efficiency variance for the month? (1 Marks) Answer: Q.3 The following standards have been established for a raw material used in the production of product O99: Standard quantity of the material per unit of output 2.6 pounds Standard price of the material$14.50

per pound

The following data pertain to a recent month’s operations:

Actual material purchased

7,600

Pounds

Actual cost of material purchased

$110,960 Actual material used in production 7,300 Pounds Actual output 2,800 units of product O99 Required: a. What is the materials price variance for the month? b. What is the materials quantity variance for the month? (1 Marks) Answer: Q.4 Abdulrahman Co. prepared the following product-line income data: The following additional information is available: * The factory rent of$1,500 assigned to Product C is avoidable if the product were dropped.
* The company’s total depreciation would not be affected by dropping C.
* Eliminating Product C will reduce the monthly utility bill from $1,500 to$800.
* All supervisors’ salaries are avoidable.
* If Product C is discontinued, the maintenance department will be able to reduce monthly expenses from $3,000 to$2,000.
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As previously pointed out, the theory that the Hispanic population in the area has the largest amount of youth at risk for expulsion, and or juvenile justice does not correlate with the overall population’s numbers. So, collecting new data using a quantitative methodology will help with accurate collection and analysis. The action plan to develop a solution for the issue is to form a team, consisting of culturally aware members in order to collect data by interviewing students, families, and community members, review census data to identify the population most at risk. Identify what roles the stakeholders will have in the process. Keep in mind that being aware of one’s own biases will allow for clear analysis. There should also be a quality control team to verify information collected and analyzed. 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Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted. Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page. Students must mention question number clearly in their answer. Late submission will NOT be accepted. Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions. All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism). Submissions without this cover page will NOT be accepted. 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Interpretation Answer (Answer in English) Summary (Summary of how much fun this project was to do  and what you learned.) * If your claim is of a population mean – you will find a sample mean and calculate the sample standard deviation * If your claim is of a population proportion – you will find p-hat and calculate q-hat [supanova_question] ## I needed help with this question. Thank you! Image transcription text A I needed help with this question. Thank you! Image transcription text A farmer is to pump water at 20°C (,0 = 998 kg/m3. y = 7.002x 10’3 kg/ms) from a river to a water storage tank nearby using a 4D—m—long. 12—cm—diameter galvanised iron {2 = 0.00015 m) pipe with three ?anged 90° smooth bends (KL = 0.3 each). The water flows to the tank through a sharp—edged exit (KL = 1.0}. The water velocity near the river surfaoe is 1.9 m/S. and the pipe inlet is placed in the river normal to the flow direction of water to take advantage of the dynamic pressure. 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Each journal entry should be approximately 300-500 words (one page single-spaced or two pages double-spaced). After you finish writing, go back to correct spelling, grammar, and other mechanical issues so that a reader can easily understand what you are trying to convey. However, you do not need to structure your journal writing like a formal paper (e.g. introduction, thesis, argument, conclusion). Journal entries will be collected several times during the quarter. For assignment entry 1 you should respond to prompt 1, for assignment entry 2 you should respond to prompt 2, and for assignment entry 3 you should respond to prompt 3. Try to make concrete connections between journal entries. Link personal reactions to the class material, but do not just summarize readings and lectures. You can submit assignments 1 and 2 at any time before the due date, but you should wait to submit assignment 3 until close to the due date as it asks you to reflect on what you learned during the quarter. The same set of instructions are being posted for all three journal entries. Turn in the entry for each journal on its respective Canvas assignment link. Do not submit all the entries on the same link. Do not do all three of the parts in one sitting. Entry 3 Prompts: Recommendations about Racism How have your knowledge, beliefs, or attitudes about race and racism changed over the quarter, if at all? Looking back on your previous responses, can you describe an instance in which your thinking about race or racism changed? What do you wish you would have learned or experienced that you did not? What would you tell an UCSD administrator about the utility of the DEI requirement and how best to promote DEI goals on campus?[supanova_question] ## Assignment Instructions: Search for the case study entitled as ‘Reorganizing the finance Assignment Instructions: Search for the case study entitled as ‘Reorganizing the finance department: Managing change and transitions’ by Anderson, D. (2018). In SAGE Business Cases. SAGE Publications, Ltd. Read the case thoroughly and make a summary alongside reading Chapter 12 in your textbook before answering the questions of the assignment. Assignment Question(s): Part 1 (3 marks): 1. What are the key reasons behind the reorganizing of the finance department in this foods company? (Words 150-200) 2. What do you think the major concerns will be of employees and managers in the new design? (Words 150-200) 3. What are the advantages and disadvantages of a gradual versus a rapid transition? (Words 150-200) Part 2 (2 marks): 4. Please refer to table 12.5 in Chapter 12 in p.352 of your textbook. Then, choose an example of an organization that uses a product-centric structure. Please justify and explain your answer. (Words 250-300) Answers: A.1… A.2… A.3… A.4…[supanova_question] ## Eating Disorders and ReproductionFollow the instructions below to view the complete essay, speech, term paper, or research paper: Eating Disorders and Reproduction Eating disorders have numerous emotional, psychological, and physical consequences; despite this, many affected individuals refuse to admit that they have a problem. One of the more serious problems associated with eating disorders that may convince a young woman to seek treatment, is the negative effect disordered eating can have on fertility, pregnancy, and child rearing in general. In multiple studies anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and eating disorders not otherwise specified, have been associated with infertility, low maternal weight gain, low birth weight in infants, increased neonatal morbidity, and problems in infant feeding (Stewart, 1992). Women who are afflicted with an eating disorder at conception tend to experience a worsening in their symptoms as well as other psychological problems. In order to avoid harming herself and her infant, women with eating disorders should seek psychological treatment before attempting to become pregnant. A literature review by Wade, Schneider, and Li (1996), used an array of female mammals to demon…[supanova_question] ## Sexual Abuse and Eating DisordersFollow the instructions below to view the complete essay, speech, term paper, or research paper: Sexual Abuse and Eating Disorders The possible relationship between sexual abuse and the development of an eating disorder has gained attention over the last few years. Researchers have attempted to clarify this potential link using a variety of population samples and research methodologies. As will be shown, the results of these investigations are rather diverse and sometimes inconclusive. In the following review of the literature, the complex relationship between sexual abuse and eating disorders will be examined while also discussing the methodological limitations of the various designs. Anorexic Samples Steiger and Zanko (1990) compared rates of incestuous abuses (sexual contacts with family members) and extrafamilial abuses (sexual traumata involving other perpetrators) among eating disordered women who met DSM-III-R (American Psychiatric Association, 1987) criteria, women with psychiatric disturbances, and normal women. The authors’ interest in the psychological effects of abuse led them to examine psychological defenses which are believed to filter perceptions and a…[supanova_question] ## Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Ministry of Education Saudi Electronic University ??????? ??????? Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Ministry of Education Saudi Electronic University ??????? ??????? ???????? ????? ??????? ??????? ???????? ??????????? College of Administrative and Financial Sciences Assignment 3 ECON201 (1st Term 2021-2022) Deadline: 02/12/2021 @ 23:59 Course Name: Macroeconomics Student’s Name: Course Code: ECON201 Student’s ID Number: Semester: I CRN: 12841 Academic Year: 1442/1443 H, 1st Term For Instructor’s Use only Instructor’s Name: Dr Jihen Bouslimi Students’ Grade: / 5 Level of Marks: High/Middle/Low Instructions – PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY This assignment is an individual assignment. Due date for Assignment 3 is 2nd December 2021 The Assignment must be submitted only in WORD format via allocated folder. Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted. Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page. Students must mention question number clearly in their answer. Late submission will NOT be accepted. Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions. All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism). Submissions without this cover page will NOT be accepted. Assignment Purposes/Learning Outcomes: After completion of Assignment-3 students will able to understand the LO 1.2: Describe how to evaluate macroeconomic conditions such as unemployment, inflation, and growth. LO 1.3: Recognize the fundamental determinant’s of a nation’s long-run economic growth. Assignment 3 Questions: Week 10 to Week 13: – [5 Marks] Q1: You take$1000 that you held as currency and put it into the banking system. The

reserve ratio is equal to 10%. [1.5 Marks]

Calculate the money multiplier.

By how much will increase the total amount of deposits in the banking system?

By how much will increase the money supply?

Q2. (Labor Force, Labor Participation Rate and Unemployment Rate). [1.5 Marks]

In Year 1, country A has a labor force of 100, of whom 90 are employed. The remaining 50 people in the country are not in the labor force.

Calculate the employment ratio, the labor participation rate and unemployment rate.

Over the course of the year, 10% of the employed become unemployed, while 20% of the unemployed become employed; 5% of the employed leave the labor force, while 4% of those not in the labor force become employed. The population remains unchanged.

Fill in the following table. (Hint: It might be helpful to draw the flow diagram before answering.)

In Year 1

In Year 2

Population

150

150

Labor Force

100

Employed

Unemployed

Calculate the employment ratio, the labor participation rate and unemployment rate. (Fractions suffice.)

Q3. Assume that a bank has on its asset side reserves of 1000 and loans of 6000 and on

its liability side deposits of 7000. Assume that the required reserve ratio is 10

percent. [2 Marks]

1) How much is the bank required to hold as reserves given its deposits of 7000?

2) How much are its excess reserves?

3) By how much can the bank increase its loans?

## In this essay, you are an independent consultant, hired by a wealthy

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## Eating Disorders in AdolescentsFollow the instructions below to view the complete essay, speech, term paper, or research paper:

The eating disorders anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa are complex psychosomatic illnesses. Underlying biological diatheses related to the regulation of mood, hunger, satiety, weight control, and metabolism, combined with psychological and sociocultural vulnerabilities, place an individual at risk for developing an eating disorder (Kaplan and Garfinkel, 1993).
The American Anorexia Nervosa Association defines anorexia as a ‘serious illness of deliberate self-starvation with profound psychiatric and physical components.’ It is a complex emotional disorder that initiates its victims on a course of unsettled dieting in pursuit of excessive thinness (Neuman and Halvorson, 1983).
The intense fear of obesity that anorexics experience takes on the qualities of an obsession. Anorexics seem to have a greater fear of getting fat than of dying from the effects of their self-imposed starvation (Neuman and Halvorson, 1983). Another unusual twist occurs in relation to this fear of growing fat. The average person concerned about …[supanova_question]

## The Causes of Eating DisordersFollow the instructions below to view the complete essay, speech, term paper, or research paper:

The Causes of Eating Disorders

There is no single cause for eating disorders. A number of factors, including cultural and family pressures, chemical imbalances, and emotional and personality disorders collaborate to produce both anorexia and bulimia, although each disorder is determined by different combinations of these influences. Genetics may also play a small role.

Between 40% to 96% of all eating-disordered patients experience depression and anxiety disorders; depression is also common in families of patients with eating disorders. Bulimic patients are more likely to report having emotional disorders and dysfunctional families than are anorexic-restrictor patients. It is not clear, however, whether emotional disorders are causes, results, or both, of eating disorders.

Some experts claim that depression does not play a causal role, particularly in anorexia, because eating disorders are rarely cured when antidepressant medication alone is the treatment. The severity of the eating disorder is also not correlated with the severity of any existing depression. In additio…[supanova_question]

## Discussion post week5

When trying to solve a problem, you might have been instructed to stop thinking about it and come back to it later.
Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words:
Based on what you have learned this week about impasses, do you think this is good advice? Why or why not?

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## Nvidia Internal analysis?only two parts?

Use the Appraisal Framework for Resources and Capabilities to evaluate Nvidia’s strengths and weaknesses. Resources and capabilities could include the following dimensions:
Innovation
Customer responsivenes

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## COM 201 Writing in Teams / Crisis Communication (External Message) After reading

COM 201
Writing in Teams / Crisis Communication (External Message)

Why do you/your team think the platform you are using is the best choice for your message and audience?

Following any guidelines from your chosen platform (i.e. Twitter limits to 140 characters), please provide the text of your message below. Be mindful to follow some of the bullet points from the article:

Use short paragraphs and sentences.

Give most important information first.

Avoid jargon and write for least educated, not the most.

Choose active voice.

Make sure your message doesn’t forget the “what’s in it for me” factor for your audience.

Social media and web platforms are best used when the message is visually attractive. Please provide any links, photos, graphics, etc. you would use in your external message here.[supanova_question]

The purpose of this project is to conduct a hypothesis test to test a published claim. You will conduct

## This assignment is essentially to analyze one final D relationship. You will choose your variables, collect your data, enter

This assignment is essentially to analyze one final D relationship. You will choose your variables, collect your data, enter.

This assignment is essentially to analyze one final D relationship. You will choose your variables, collect your data, enter your data in Excel, analyze them, and write a short paper about what you did and what you found. It will be a good opportunity to practice much of what we have learned during the semester.

What to Do

Pose a research question in terms of a D relationship. The same kinds of questions that you asked for Assignment 2 would be appropriate here … but you must pose a question that is different from either of the questions you addressed in assignment 2. Remember that a D relationship question would be about the difference between the means of two groups in terms of some quantitative variable.

Collect or Find Some Data

For this assignment, there is no option to simulate data. You must either collect the data yourself or find the data. If you are collecting your own psychological data, you can administer an existing questionnaire or one that you create yourself. For this assignment it is acceptable to use “one-item measures.” For example, if you wanted to know how much people like basketball, it would be acceptable to ask them a single question like, “How much do you like basketball on a 0-to-10 scale.” Archival data can come from many sources … most likely on the Internet.

The data must be divided into two different groups. Think of it this way, there are two statistics classes all with different people in them. We want to see if Class A spends more time studying or does Class B spend more time studying. We ask each student from both classes how much time they spend studying each week. Our independent variable is the class that a student is in. The dependent variable is the time they spend studying each week. Remember that you are now looking for a difference between two groups. You are not trying to find a relationship between two variables.

Note: You must have a minimum of 20 cases overall (i.e., a minimum of 10 cases in each condition). HOWEVER, YOU CAN HAVE MORE THAN 20 IF FEEL THE NEED TO RUN THAT DATA! Get into it.

Create a Data File in Excel

Open a new Excel workbook and enter the data on Sheet 1. Remember that each row is a case and each column is a variable. If you use an existing questionnaire, be sure to reverse score items as necessary and compute an overall score. Finally, save the workbook with the name “Lastname_Data_3”—where “Lastname” is your last name.

Analyze the Data

First, analyze your quantitative variable (before separating the cases into groups). Compute the mean, median, mode, standard deviation, and range using Excel functions and formulas. Then sort your cases into the two groups and do the standard D relationship analyses. Compute the mean and standard deviation for each group using Excel functions. Compute Cohen’s d using an Excel formula ((M1 – M2) / SDAverage). Conduct a t test, finding both the t score and the p value. Do this using Excel’s =T.TEST() function to find the p value, Figure 1, and =T.INV.2T() function to find the t score, Figure 2. Then create a bar graph that shows the means of the two group means and post this in your paper. Make sure that all of your Excel-based analyses are organized neatly in your workbook and save the file. Make sure that everything is labeled properly.

Write a Paper

Now write three paragraphs to report your results. Use Handout 3 (on Canvas) for help.

Paragraph 1: Describe your research question (your D relationship) and why it is interesting/important.
Paragraph 2: Describe how you collected the data. If you used archival then provide the URL. Failure to cite the source will result in a 0 for that section.
Paragraph 3: Report on your basic descriiptive statistics for your one quantitative variable. You must include the numbers and talk about them. Calculate the overall mean, median, mode, SD, and range. DO NOT DO THIS FOR BOTH GROUPS! ONLY DO IT FOR THE DEPENDENT VARIABLE BY ITSELF.
Paragraph 4: Report on your statistical relationship. What was the t-stat, what was the p-value, and what was Cohen’s d? Did you reject the null or fail to reject the null? What now has evidence of being true? Suggest one thing you would do if you did this study again. DO NOT JUST SAY ADD MORE PARTCIPANTS.
Bar Graph: Paste your bargraph below Paragraph 4. Failure to paste it in the document will result in half credit. See below for an example.

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IMPORTANT: Note that the paper should have four paragraphs with specific information covered in each paragraph: the research questions (one paragraph), the variables and source of the data (one paragraph), the descriiptive statistics for the one quantitative variable (one paragraph), and the descriiptive and inferential statistics for your data (one paragraph plus a bar graph). Do not deviate from this structure.

Save the paper in either Word, Open Office, PDF, or rich text formats using the name “Lastname_Text_A3”—where again “Lastname“ is your last name. IMPORTANT: Do not save it in an Apple MAC format and submit it.

Double Check

Before turning your assignment in, be sure to double check the following. (These are the most common errors on this type of assignment.)

Are your data and analyses on Sheet 1 of the workbook?
Have you computed all the statistics you were supposed to … using Excel formulas and functions?
Are the statistics you computed rounded to two decimal places both in Excel and in your paper?
Are your graphs appropriately sized and scaled?
Are your graphs appropriately simplified (e.g., no unnecessary legends, grid lines, color)?
Are the axes of your graphs labeled?
Does your paper consist of four paragraphs with the appropriate information in each paragraph?
Have you described the strength of the two relationships in words (e.g., “a small difference” or “a strong relationship”)?
Have you followed the conventions in Handout 3 (e.g., presenting the mean and standard deviations for each groups together)?
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## MERGERS 2 Running head: MERGERS 1 NEGOTIATING A COMPANY MERGER Student’s Name

MERGERS 2

NEGOTIATING A COMPANY MERGER

Student’s Name

Institutional Affiliation

Course Name and Number

Instructor’s Name

Date

Negotiating A Company Merger

Companies use mergers as a way of creating a new, larger entity with a bigger market share. Mergers are classified into conglomerate merger, market extension merger, horizontal merger, vertical merger, and product extension merger. Companies need to focus on their objectives, understand their leverage, consider the effect of the merger on customers, the costs, and the impact on organizational culture for the mergers to be successful.

The company Motorola Mobility LLC, commonly known by its household name Motorola majors in electronic products and telecommunications. The company manufactures smartphones and a wide range of telecommunication devices. Motorola Mobiles is in the process to expand its market share through a merger with Samsung Electronics which is a South Korean company with its headquarter in Yeongtong District of Suwon and China mobile which has its headquarter in Beijing, China. The company opted for a merger with two companies to create value, diversify and increase its financial capacity (Becker, 2013).

The negotiation of the merger should be accommodative, compromising, cooperative, and collaborative because the companies do not have shared cultural aspects. Cross-cultural interactions impact the negations since culture influences how people communicate, think, and conduct themselves (Kraft, 2016). The culture would influence the negotiations since some cultures are feminine and believe in relationships and collective thinking. People from masculine cultures use distributive bargaining that may affect the merger negotiations.

References

Becker, K. (2013). Culture and International Business. Hoboken: Taylor and Francis.

Byars, S. M., & Stanberry, K. (2018). Business Ethics. Houston Texas: OpenStax.

Kraft, K. (2016). Mergers and acquisitions. types and motivations for a deal. Place of publication not identified: GRIN Publishing.[supanova_question]

## MODULE: INTRODUCTION TO APPLIED ECONOMICS Prepared by: Marielle M. Logmao, LPT OVERVIEW:

This assignment is essentially to analyze one final D relationship. You will choose your variables, collect your data, enter MODULE: INTRODUCTION TO APPLIED ECONOMICS

Prepared by: Marielle M. Logmao, LPT

OVERVIEW:

This module will guide you in

MODULE OBJECTIVES:

After completing the module, you are expected to:

Differentiate between economics as a social science and as an applied science

Apply the concept of opportunity cost when evaluating options and making economic decision

Make decisions based on how man can satisfy most of his wants given limited resources

Differentiate macroeconomics and microeconomics

Describe and state the importance of economic resources

Identify the basic problems of the Philippine economy

Analyze basic economic problems and propose solutions to the problems using the principle of applied economics

COURSE MATERIALS:

Watch

Be able to watch this video clip on the types of data and the corresponding statistical tools that can be used https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZxnzfnt5v8

What are your significant learning from the video?

Introduction to Economics

Economics, as a study is the social science that involves the use of scarce resources to satisfy unlimited wants. And scarcity is the reason why people have to practice economics. Part of human behavior is the tendency of man to have as many goods and services as he can.

Scarcity is a condition where there are insufficient resources to satisfy all the needs and wants of a population. Scarcity may be relative or absolute.

Relative Scarcity- is when a good is scarce compared to its demand.

Absolute Scarcity- is when supply is limited.

Economic Resources

Economic resources are also known as factors of production, are the resources used to produce goods and services. These resources are by nature, limited and therefore, command a payment that becomes the income of the resource owner.

Land- soil and natural resources that are found in nature and are not manmade. Owners of lands receive a payment known as rent.

Labor- physical and human effort exerted in production. It covers manual workers like construction workers, machine operators, and production workers, as well as professionals like nurses, lawyers, and doctors. The term also includes drivers, farmers and fishers. The income received by labor is referred to as wage.

Capital- man-made resources used in the production of goods and services, which include machineries and equipment. The owner of capital earns an income called interest.

Economics as a Social Science

Review:

Review of the Research Proposal (Chapters 1-3)

The research proposal is composed of Chapters 1 to 3 of the research. Chapter 1 is titled “The Problem and Its Setting.” Chapter 2 is “Review of Related Literature and Studies. Meanwhile, Chapter 3 is “Methodology.”

Chapter 1 has the following subtopics:

Introduction

Theoretical Framework

Conceptual Framework

Statement of the Problem

Hypothesis of the Study

Scope and Limitations of the Study

Significance of the Study

Definition of Terms

Chapter 2 has the following features:

Thematic arrangement of literature and studies

Synthesis of Reviewed Literature and Studies

Chapter 3 has the following parts:

Research Design

Tradition of Inquiry and Data Gathering

Sources of Data

Instrumentation

Ethical Considerations

At this point in time, you are expected to have written your Research Proposal during the second quarter/midterm. Please review your proposal by answering the following questionnaire.

1.0

Background and Significance of the Research

5

4

3

2

1

1.

The results of my proposed research will fill a gap in our knowledge.

2.

My proposed research will advance our understanding of the topic.

2.0

Literature Review

5

4

3

2

1

3.

My research proposal demonstrates thorough and current understanding and knowledge of the peer reviewed literature related to the topic.

4.

The literature that I cited were critically reviewed.

5.

My literature review identify gaps, shortcomings, and/or limitations in existing research, therefore providing a context for the study.

6.

My literature review justify the question/problem being studied.

3.0

Theoretical Framework

5

4

3

2

1

7.

My theoretical framework was clearly identified and described.

8.

My theoretical framework is linked to the research problem/question/hypothesis.

9.

My theoretical framework demonstrates understanding of current and relevant peer-reviewed literature.

4.0

Research Problem/Question/Hypothesis

10.

My research proposal clearly frame the research question/problem/hypothesis.

11.

My research problem/question/hypothesis are logical and researchable.

12.

My research problem/question/hypothesis are manageable and achievable.

13.

My research problem/question/hypothesis are ethical.

14.

My research question/problem/hypothesis are focused and grounded in relevant peer-reviewed literature.

15.

My proposed research is grounded in my experience and context.

5.0

Methodology

16.

My methodology (e.g., quantitative, qualitative, mixed methods)is appropriate for the research question/problem.

17.

My proposal identify and describe the specific type of methodology (e.g., qualitative (ethnography, grounded theory, case study, etc.), quantitative (descriptive, quasi-experimental, etc.), or mixed methods (from both traditions).

18.

My methodology are clearly articulated and supported by current and relevant peer-reviewed literature.

6.0

Research and Data-Gathering Procedures

19.

My procedures are well organized and are clearly described in a carefully focused step-by-step, straightforward manner.

20.

My procedures are consistent with the selected methodology.

21.

My methods are reasonable and appropriate for the research question/problem.

22.

I provided a timeline for the research, and it shows that it is manageable and achievable.

23.

My proposal demonstrates thorough and current understanding and knowledge relevant peer reviewed literature related to selected research and data-gathering procedures.

7.0

Data Description and Preparation

24.

My proposal identifies the who, what, where, when, why, and how of data collection.

25.

My proposal identifies possible problems with data sources, collection of data, and/or preparation of data.

8.0

Resources Required

26.

Required resources (i.e., any special equipment or materials that I will need during the research) are appropriately described.

27.

Required resources for my research are available and accessible.

9.0

Data Analysis

28.

My proposal identifies possible methods for data analysis.

29.

My proposal demonstrates thorough and current understanding and knowledge of the research/peer reviewed literature related to data analysis.

10.0

Ethical Considerations

30.

My proposal anticipates and/or discusses potential difficulties and obstacles in the approach I have chosen.

31.

I have fully considered potential benefits and risks to my research participants.

32.

My proposal discusses how confidentiality of subjects and their responses will be maintained.

33.

My proposal discusses how data will be stored to ensure confidentiality of subjects.

11.0

References

34.

My research proposal provides a list of cited references.

35.

The references I cited are current and relevant.

36.

I used APA (American Psychological Association) appropriately in the reference list.

37.

My references are cited appropriately in the literature review, theoretical framework, and description of methodology.

12.0

Overall

38.

My proposal is coherent and easily understood by the reviewers.

39.

I used the peer-reviewed literature effectively to support the proposal’s theoretical underpinnings.

40.

I used headings to organize sections and demonstrate understanding of essential components.

41.

My headings reflect an organizational structure for the final product.

42.

My proposed research would likely to get ethics approval.

43.

In my proposal, there are no spelling, grammar, punctuation, or presentation features that interfere with coherence and clarity.

44.

My APA formatting is consistent and appropriately applied.

After accomplishing the assessment form above, you have to compute for your composite mean. Just add all your scores from number 1 to 44 and then divide the sum by 44.

Now, you can rate yourself. Use the following scales in rating your research proposal.

Range of Composite Mean Scores

Interpretation

1.00 to 1.80

Poor

1.81 to 2.60

Fair

2.61 to 3.40

Good

3.41 to 4.20

Very Good

4.21 to 5.00

Excellent

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How will you interpret it based on the rubrics above?

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You should also review coding of data in a qualitative research especially if your are using triangulation. Watch this video on coding using this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYzhgMZii3o .

What are your significant learning from the video?

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Activities/Assignments:

After administering your questionnaires using google forms, you may now start applying the appropriate statistical tools and preparing tables for the data that you have gathered.

You may now present these data in accordance to the SOP or Objectives of your study. If you have three SOPs, then there must be three parts in your presentation.

Use APA Publications Manual in the preparation of your tables and the Results and Discussion section. Provide an analysis, interpretation and cross references in each part of your presentation.[supanova_question]

## Capital Punishment Essay: Death Penalty Maintains JusticeFollow the instructions below to view the complete essay, speech, term paper, or research paper:

Death Penalty Maintains Justice

It is no triumph that death sentences are routinely carried out, or even that such a device is necessary within our society. Yet the fact remains that society does require a death penalty, and to believe that the topic is one-sided or easily answered would be a fatal mistake. It is best to note the absolutes of the death penalty – first, that once it is carried out, there is no reversing the outcome. It seems an obvious point, but it is worth remembering, as it warns us that state-sanctioned executions must never be taken lightly.

Just as firm is the fact that in most cases, the death penalty is a matter of justice and equality. With most crimes, the purposes of the punishment are to rehabilitate the convict and to send a warning to others who would commit similar crimes. In contrast, the death penalty intends neither to rehabilitate nor dissuade others from capital crimes.

Certainly, the threat of the ultimate penalty may give pause to a small percentage, but most capital cases involve a defendant who is far from rational enough to wei…[supanova_question]

## Capital Punishment – Two Wrongs Dont Make A RightFollow the instructions below to view the complete essay, speech, term paper, or research paper:

We teach the children only the highest of our ideals, the most virtuous of our values. An integral part of our “code of chivalry” is Immanuel Kant’s Golden Rule: Do as you would be done by. It is taught as a rule to be followed not only in school, but one to live by. Children never fail to imitate the behavior of their elders. This is a beckoning to us, the people of the village who will raise the child, to illustrate our words, to show that the Golden Rule isn’t just an empty cliché.

Such crimes as murder render life cheap and people expendable. These atrocities are not to be tolerated. And a crime is only as severe as the punishment that follows, right?

Ancient Babylon, in 18th century BC, had its version of our rule. “An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth,” stated Hammurabi’s code. “Those who take the sword shall perish by the sword,” agrees the Bible.

A recent study concluded that every execution of a murder deters eighteen murders on average. Raising the number of death sentences from 39% of cases tried to 40%, an increase of only 1%, would prevent one hundred five murders. One hundred five lives saved.

Executing criminals renders them unable to commit more crime. If they’re dead, what more harm can they do?

There are two types of punishment: lex talonis and lex salica. Lex talonis involves that “eye for an eye” principal, while lex salica involves repairing damage by payment. In some cases, lex salica acceptable, but not in murder cases. One cannot expect to buy…[supanova_question]

## Pirfurmenci Enhencong Drags’ Afficts un AthlitisFollow the instructions below to view the complete essay, speech, term paper, or research paper:

Thi tupoc fur my stekihuldir risierch pepir os pirfurmenci inhencong drags. My risierch os thi efficts uf pirfurmenci inhencong drags un ethlitis end huw ot efficts sucoity. Thi stekihuldirs fur thi risierch pepir eri thi prufissounel ethliti, thi culligi ethliti, guvirnong budois end thi fen. Thi ifficts uf drag asi un thi prufissounel ethliti cen cust thim thior ceriir end elsu thior lovis. Thi culligi ethliti wents tu bicumi thi festist ur thi boggist end nivirthiliss dun’t voiw pirfurmenci inhencong drags es dengiruas. Spurts guvirnong budois on thi Unotid Stetis hevi tekin ectoun tuwerds cuntrullong thi asi uf pirfurmenci inhencong drags. Huwivir thiri os thi fen thet woll stoll odulozi thi tup ethlitis ivin thuagh thiy asi pirfurmenci inhencong drags.
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This assignment is essentially to analyze one final D relationship. You will choose your variables, collect your data, enter

## Do a statistical analysis: • Need to have a descriiptive analysis of age, gender • T-test analysis of the

Do a statistical analysis: • Need to have a descriiptive analysis of age, gender • T-test analysis of the.

Do a statistical analysis:
• Need to have a descriiptive analysis of age, gender
• T-test analysis of the images for Instagram familiarity, Instagram association, and pairing similarity
o Instagram Familiarity questions in the variable view of SPSS is 20-77
 The Instagram Familiarity questions was asking “present images one at a time and ask you to rate how attention grabbing you think the image is when displayed on a computer screen.
 So, for example, if you find a particular image extremely attention grabbing then please pick ‘9’, or if you don’t find that particular image attention grabbing at all then please pick ‘1’. Feel free to use any of the numbers in-between if you think that is more appropriate for any particular choice”
o Instagram Association questions in the variable view of SPSS is 78-133
 The Instagram Association questions was asking “present images one at a time, and this time we will ask you to rate the extent to which you associate the image with Instagram.
 So, for example, if you found a particular image extremely related to Instagram then please pick ‘9’, or if you don’t find that particular image related to Instagram at all then please pick ‘1’. Feel free to use any of the numbers in-between if you think that is more appropriate for any particular choice.”
o Pairing Similarity questions in the variable view of SPSS is 134-161
 The Pairing Similarity questions was asking “images in pairs, and this time we will ask you to rate how similar to each other you think the two images are.
 So, for example, if you think that the two images seem extremely similar then please pick ‘9’, or if you think that the two images are not at all similar then please pick ‘1’. Feel free to use any of the numbers in-between if you think that is more appropriate for any particular choice.”
• Need the output for the SPSS and also it to be write up like an SPSS results section for statistics
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## Explains What Position in Naked Options a Firm Would Adopt based on

Explains What Position in Naked Options a Firm Would Adopt based on Question 1

Total: 0.50

Distinguished – Clearly and accurately explains what position in naked options a firm would adopt based on question 1.

Proficient – Explains what position in naked options a firm would adopt based on question 1. Minor details are unclear or contain slight inaccuracies.

Basic – Partially explains what position in naked options a firm would adopt based on question 1. Relevant details are unclear and/or contain inaccuracies.

Below Expectations – Attempts to explain what position in naked options a firm would adopt based on question 1; however, significant details are unclear and contain inaccuracies.

Non-Performance – The answer to question 1 is either nonexistent or lacks the components described in the assignment instructions.

Explains What Options Portfolio should be Constructed from the Options Listed in Question 2

Total: 2.00

Distinguished – Correctly explains what options portfolio should be constructed from the options listed in question 2.

Proficient – Explains what options portfolio should be constructed from the options listed in question 2. Minor details are missing or incorrect.

Basic – Partially explains what options portfolio should be constructed from the options listed in question 2. Relevant details are missing and/or incorrect.

Below Expectations – Attempts to explain what options portfolio should be constructed from the options listed in question 2; however, significant details are missing and incorrect.

Non-Performance – The answer to question 2 is either nonexistent or lacks the components described in the assignment instructions.

Explains What Options Portfolio Offers a Firm a Gain from High Oil Volatility in Question 3

Total: 1.00

Distinguished – Clearly and accurately explains what options portfolio offers a firm a gain from high oil volatility.

Proficient – Explains what options portfolio offers a firm a gain from high oil volatility. Minor details are unclear or contain slight inaccuracies.

Basic – Partially explains what options portfolio offers a firm a gain from high oil volatility. Relevant details are unclear and/or contain inaccuracies.

Below Expectations – Attempts to explain what options portfolio offers a firm a gain from high oil volatility; however, significant details are unclear and contain inaccuracies.

Non-Performance – The answer to question 3 is either nonexistent or lacks the components described in the assignment instructions.

Describes a Portfolio Combining Straddles and Strangles That Take Advantage of the View Expressed in Question 4

Total: 2.00

Distinguished – Thoroughly describes a portfolio combining straddles and strangles that take advantage of the view expressed in question 4.

Proficient – Describes a portfolio combining straddles and strangles that take advantage of the view expressed in question 4. Minor details are missing.

Basic – Partially describes a portfolio combining straddles and strangles that take advantage of the view expressed in question 4. Relevant details are missing.

Below Expectations – Attempts to describe a portfolio combining straddles and strangles that take advantage of the view expressed in question 4; however, significant details are missing.

Non-Performance – The answer to question 4 is either nonexistent or lacks the components described in the assignment instructions.

Explains Both Firm’s View on Direction and Volatility in Question 5

Total: 1.00

Distinguished – Clearly and accurately explains both firm’s view on direction and volatility in question 5.

Proficient – Explains both firm’s view on direction and volatility in question 5. Minor details are unclear or contain slight inaccuracies.

Basic – Partially explains both firm’s view on direction and volatility in question 5. Relevant details are unclear and/or contain inaccuracies.

Below Expectations – Attempts to explain both firm’s view on direction and volatility in question 5; however, significant details are unclear and contain inaccuracies.

Non-Performance – The answer to question 5 is either nonexistent or lacks the components described in the assignment instructions.

Explains How the Payment of an Unexpected Dividend Affects Call Prices and Put Prices in Question 6

Total: 0.50

Distinguished – Clearly and accurately explains how the payment of an unexpected dividend affects call prices and put prices in question 6.

Proficient – Explains how the payment of an unexpected dividend affects call prices and put prices in question 6. Minor details are unclear or contain slight inaccuracies.

Basic – Partially explains how the payment of an unexpected dividend affects call prices and put prices in question 6. Relevant details are unclear and/or contain inaccuracies.

Below Expectations – Attempts to explain how the payment of an unexpected dividend affects call prices and put prices in question 6; however, significant details are unclear and contain inaccuracies.

Non-Performance – The answer to question 6 is either nonexistent or lacks the components described in the assignment instructions.[supanova_question]

## HIS 225 Fall 2021 Quiz 1 Answer the following 12 True/False questions

Do a statistical analysis: • Need to have a descriiptive analysis of age, gender • T-test analysis of the HIS 225

Fall 2021

Quiz 1

Answer the following 12 True/False questions in D2L: Quizzes/Exams. Each question is worth 2 points.

1. Ansary claims that the Western and the Islamic historical narratives are parallel and moving toward the same endpoint: a democratic, industrial (and post industrial) civilization; because they are subsets of a single world history that began with Rome.

2. According to Ansary, the two worlds that took shape long before Islam was born – the Mediterranean World and the Middle World – represented “intercommunicating zones.”

3. Ansary argues that the development of empires followed the pattern discovered by the great Muslim historian Ibn Khaldun: conquest, consolidation, expansion, degeneration, conquest.

4. Ansary claims that the Persian Empire stands out among the successive series of empires in the Middle World because it was “counter-Assyrian,” emphasized communication, and used Zoroastrianism.

5. According to Ansary, Alexander’s conquest of the Persian Empire permanently united the Mediterranean and the Middle Worlds and created the Hellenistic civilization that endures until today.

6. Ansary argues that the Parthians, due to their social intercourse with the Romans, succeeded in culturally uniting the Mediterranean and the Middle Worlds.

7. Goldschmidt argues that History is an academic discipline stressing memorization of facts, names, and dates, that helps us predict what will happen in the future.

8. According to Goldschmidt, Middle East nation-states date back to ancient times, therefore Middle East politics and culture have been little impacted by the West.

9. According to Goldschmidt, the “Middle East,” sometimes called “West Asia,” is an imprecise term designating an area that lies between Europe at one end and India and China at the other.

10. According to Goldschmidt, the early Christians, especially the Byzantines, argued strongly about the cosmic struggle between the forces of Good and Evil.

11. Goldschmidt claims that the pre-Islamic virtues celebrated in Arabic poetry included hospitality to the guest, patience in misfortune, bravery in battle, and fidelity in the keeping of promises.

12. Goldschmidt argues that the Achaemenids, the Parthians, and the Sasanids were Arab dynasties which settled the Fertile Crescent (Syria and Mesopotamia) before the sixth century.[supanova_question]

## There are four problems. Use Excel to perform your computations and capture

1.Given are five observations for two variables, x and y.

xi

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2

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5

yi

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7

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14

Develop a scatter diagram for these data.

What does the scatter diagram you just developed indicate about the relationship between the two variables?

Develop the estimated regression equation by computing the values of b0 and b1 using equations (14.6) and (14.7).

Use the estimated regression equation to predict the value of y when x=4.

2. Given are five observations collected in a regression study on two variables.

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yi

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9

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23

Develop a scatter diagram for these data.

Develop the estimated regression equation for these data.

Use the estimated regression equation to predict the value of y when x=6.

3. Given are five observations for two variables, x and y.

xi

1

2

3

4

5

yi

3

7

5

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14

The estimated regression equation for these data is $$\hat{y}\$$=0.20+2.60x=0.20+2.60x.

Compute SSE, SST, and SSR using equations (14.8), (14.9), and (14.10).

Compute the coefficient of determination r2r2. Comment on the goodness of fit.

Compute the sample correlation coefficient.

4. Given are five observations for two variables, xx and yy.

xixi

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yiyi

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Compute the mean square error using equation (14.15).

Compute the standard error of the estimate using equation (14.16).

Compute the estimated standard deviation of b1b1 using equation (14.18).

Use the tt test to test the following hypotheses (?=0.05)(?=0.05):

H0: ?1=0

Ha: ?1?0

Use the FF test to test the hypotheses in part (D) at a 0.05 level of significance. Present the results in the analysis of variance table format.

## 2 Holistic Care Self-Assessment Category 1: Thoughts and Beliefs on Holistic Care

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Holistic Care Self-Assessment

Category 1: Thoughts and Beliefs on Holistic Care Principles

Question/Statement

Strongly Agree

Partly Agree

Neither Agree nor Disagree

Partly Disagree

Strongly Disagree

Why did you rate yourself the way you did?

The primary role of the nurse is to help patients care for their physical health.

Cultural sensitivity is an important consideration with every patient encounter.

Empathy and caring are necessary components of a healing nurse-patient relationship.

To be an ‘instrument of healing,’ a nurse should integrate mind-body-spirit awareness into their personal as well as their professional lives.

A patient’s preferences should not influence the way in which the nurse carries out a doctor’s orders.

Nursing care achieves its highest form when it stems from the desire to do good, not just to abide by laws or follow orders.

A patient can have many health challenges, but still achieve a state of wellness.

Holistic nursing requires paying attention to the environment in which healing is taking place.

The use of alternative medicines should be discouraged for patients that are hospitalized.

Health assessment should routinely include cultural and spiritual assessments, not just physical exams.

Category 2: Confidence in Ability to Care for Diverse Populations

Question/Statement

Strongly Agree

Partly Agree

Neither Agree nor Disagree

Partly Disagree

Strongly Disagree

Why did you rate yourself the way you did?

I am confident in my ability to care for patients whose racial and ethnic backgrounds are different from my own.

I am confident in my ability to care for patients who practice a different religion than I do.

I am confident in my ability to care for patients from the LGBTQ* community.

*LGBTQ = Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer

I am confident in my ability to care for patients that are from countries other than my own country of origin.

I am confident in my ability to care for patients that are in a different lifespan/age bracket than my own.

I am confident in my ability to care for patients diagnosed with mental illnesses or substance abuse disorders.

I am confident in my ability to care for patients with a disability, or a hearing or visual impairment.

I am confident in my ability to tune in to my own beliefs and biases, to prevent them from affecting my nursing care.[supanova_question]

Do a statistical analysis: • Need to have a descriiptive analysis of age, gender • T-test analysis of the

## This assignment requires a 250 word maximum, abstract summarizing a research paper attached. I have attached the PDF of

This assignment requires a 250 word maximum, abstract summarizing a research paper attached. I have attached the PDF of.

This assignment requires a 250 word maximum, abstract summarizing a research paper attached. I have attached the PDF of how the professor would like the assignment and it gives you a guide on what is expected of the assignment. Please read carefully through the instructions as the professor is a tough grader. It is not a lengthy assignment but does require due diligence. You can contact me at 7866506610 if any questions arise. I have also attached the answers to some questions required for the abstract so that you can cross reference it to what you gathered. It may not be accurate so please double check it. References are not required but if you find any inaccuracy with the references on the paper please list it as said in the instructions. They are a classmates answer so be sure to paraphrase to avoid being suspected of plagrisam.[supanova_question]

This assignment requires a 250 word maximum, abstract summarizing a research paper attached. I have attached the PDF of