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Sources Of Information Gathering Research
Sources of Information Gathering Research is the collection, collation, analysis and evaluation of data. There are diverse sources from which
data may be gathered. These include: 1.Primary source Primary sources allow researchers to get as close as possible to original ideas, events, and
empirical research as possible. Such sources may include creative works, first hand or contemporary accounts of events, and the publication of the
results of empirical observations or research. We list sources for historical primary documents. 2.Secondary source Secondary sources analyze,
review, or summarize information in primary resources or other secondary resources. Even sources presenting facts or descriptions about events are
secondary unless they are based on direct participation or observation. Moreover, secondary sources often rely on other secondary sources and
standard disciplinary methods to reach results, and they provide the principle sources of analysis about primary sources. (Virginia Tech, Official
website of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg) A variety of sources maybe used for the information gathering
spontaneously. These can include primary sources as well as secondary resources. The former is much more practical and appreciated as it readily
available. Primary data on the other hand is difficult to collect and the process is time consuming. To sum up, there was little primary data that I could
collect so I concentrated on
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A Observation Paper On The Library
For my Participant Observation Paper, I decided to go and observe the library. It seemed like a nice, quiet place to go for an assignment like this. I
also thought that not many other people would choose this place, so it would be unique. The observations I made at the library astounded me; I had
never noticed these things before. Here is a quick summary of my observations: the mood of the atmosphere was changed by the color, temperature,
lighting, and etc. in the library. Another thing was that people were unexpectedly critical towards one another, but teenagers didn't seem to care
about the distinctive origins of some of the individuals in the library. Finally, the body language of the adults varied significantly to the body
language of the adolescents. Everyone was divided by their dissimilarities and I could not believe the vast cavity. I went to observe the library on the
17th of September, which was a Saturday. The time I was there was from 11:20– 12:00. This was a startlingly eventful time, particularly because it
was a Saturday. The location of the library is Washington, Iowa. It is located on the square. This was where I made my observations. The
environment in the library was welcoming and very quiet. The lighting was soft and gave the structure a warm yellow tone. There were windows
wherever you could fit them, letting in a decent share of natural light. Most of the colors in the library were distinctive shades of green and brown,
which worked well together. They
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Advantages And Disadvantages Of School Libraries
Introduction to the problem: Libraries are an important part of any school, from helping find suitable reading material for a student's reading level, to
conducting research for papers and other types of assignments. Although libraries are useful, students are turning less and less to them, preferring to
do all of their research online before consulting a real person as we move farther and farther into the digital era. This and some other factors are
causing some school libraries to fall behind, not in research materials, but in technology. One reason why students are going to libraries less and less is
that most have their own computers at home, which are usually faster models than the computers dome school libraries have, and students...show more
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The downsides to this are that the school would have to make sure that they would apply to the requirements to be able to receive free or
reduced–price technology, which would mean that they would have to find an organization that would donate to schools, seeing as some only
donate to nonprofit organizations, which does not apply to schools. If they have to live in a certain area of the country, or if the company would be
able to deliver the equipment either themselves or by mail, then the school would run into problems there, seeing as if they do not live in the area that
would enable them to be able to receive the computers, or if the organization is unable to deliver the computers to the school, either by themselves or
via mail, then they would be unable to receive the needed technology. If they are eligible to receive the computers, then they would have to look in and
see if there would be some form of installation and transportation fees, and if the company even carried what equipment they need, seeing as they would
need to be sure that they had the money needed to pay the fee for shipping the computers to the school, and the fee for setting up the equipment and
installing anything that
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Reliable Sources
Boolean Operators are words that help define the perimeter of a computer so you can find the information and materials need for research. But
using this to find reliable sources that can be used in a research essay, you can narrow down results as narrowly as possible to ensure the best
results. For example, one key word search will pull up all sources containing the one word. However, if you enter multiple words into the search, it
will more likely narrow the search results down enough in order to find a good and credible source for a paper. By using these, they help to focus the
research process and save valuable time on writing a research paper.
In evaluating sources, multiple requirements are needed to be checked in order to confirm that it is, indeed, a credible source to use in an essay.
Ideology, relevance, reliability, credibility, timeliness, and diversity all play a role in finding the perfect website or book to quote from or use as an
example. If a sources has none of these, it is a completely unreliable source and does not need to be included in an essay due to the fact that it will
only cause the paper to be unreliable....show more content...
Secondary is the first one, where it is just the collection of information originally from someone else, being told by another person. For example,
books, blogs, etc. Then there is primary sources where it is a first–hand count of information for the first time. These can be found in letters,
government documents, etc.
Reliable sources are getting pretty scarce now–a–days since blogs and other sources are taking over the internet. https://www.nih.gov/ This would be
considered a reliable source due to it being a government site. However, a site like this https://www.susanjfowler.com/blog/2017/2/19
/reflecting–on–one–very–strange–year–at–uber , is not a reliable source do to it being a blog, invalidating any of the information on it or used from
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Source Of Tax Research
Source of Tax Research Starting any tax research, assessing, or finding sources of tax research is imperative to tax planning, preparers, and auditors.
The level of research, findings, and access is not limited to just regulations and reviews but also includes publications, amendments, and newsletters.
The goal is to always make sure that the tax situation is supported by fact based research. This ensures that if the client is faced with audits by a given
tax organization whether it be State or Federal that all proper steps and guidelines were used to properly guide the client. Below will be include of the
authority of sources, where you can find those sources, and what tax situations they would help
Tax Research
Tax research is the basic...show more content...
Primary sources can be found via the Internal Revenue Code, treasury regulations through the committee reports, and IRS announcements and Notices
per (Dennis–Escoffier & Fortin, 2017) (p. 67). Majority of these sources are free by reviewing the IRS website at www.irs.gov. You can find many
tax situations with the primary source of research as this is the true source of tax laws and what is truly the standard for tax research and
preparation. Secondary sources are generalized as newsletters, publications, and general opinion of tax preparers. Examples of secondary would be
the IRS website, tax guides, and tax preparation sites such as Turbo Tax, H&R Block. These sources are generally not free and require you to pay
or to utilize once a year when filing your own taxes. Secondary sources are used for a resource factor to help generalize the official tax law and to
put a better interpretation on the law. This would be good for research purposes when you are looking for a certain tax situation for a client or a
question that isn't quite in a standard law but between the lines. Maybe, how a tax credit should be taken for this situation or a business tax for a
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The Lib Movement By Kishino Junko
What do Kishino Junko, a former journalist, Kurihara Nanako, an expatriate who settled in America, and Miki Soko, a former housewife turned author,
have in common? These three women come from different echelons of society, have had different experiences, and continue to lead different lives.
However, each of these women has had encounters with the Women's Liberation Movement (commonly referred to as "Lib" in Japan), and each has
developed their own "feminine consciousness" as a result of their interactions with the Lib Movement. Although there is no true definition of what a
feminine consciousness is, Kishino, Kurihara, and Soko have all viewed the Lib Movement as a catalyst of change within themselves, by surrounding
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Kishino was aware that, working as a journalist and then as a professor, she had career opportunities that many other women could only dream of
having. She was also aware that, despite pushes toward gender equality legislation, there was still a perception heavily embedded in society that
women were inferior to men. Thus, Kishino worked hard to prove that she was capable of working as hard as the men that surrounded her, belatedly
realizing that in doing so, she was willingly throwing away her yasashisa, her femininity, in the process. Why did she have to prove that she was just
as capable as the male reporters, and to whom did she have to prove it? Why was it that supporting an "equality of the sexes" meant throwing away her
femininity and trying to fit in with the men? Kishino realized that in throwing away her femininity, she had been unknowingly contributing to the
further validation of the notion that men were inherently superior to women in the workplace and in society as a whole. After reading works from
poets such as Langston Hughes and Richard Wright, and after meeting with various women involved in the Lib Movement, discussing topics such as
"[their] lives, [their] bodies, or even how male–female relationships were portrayed in literature as seen from the standpoint of women" (Loftus 138),
Kishino was able to revive and recover her feminine consciousness. To Kishino, a feminine consciousness involved accepting herself for who she was,
throwing away the idea that she needed to compete with men, and supporting other repressed
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There are several key steps when conducting research and writing a research paper. You need to identify and develop your theory, do a preliminary
search for information and define your variables, locate materials and develop your hypothesis, evaluate your sources and assure standardization, select
subjects, test and make notes. Then analyze your results, determine their significance and write your paper. Lastly cite your sources properly and locate
similar results, this replication of findings is what strengthens your paper. Selecting a topic can be the most challenging part of the research
assignment. Since this is the very first step in writing a paper, it is critical that it be done thoughtfully. Once you have identified your topic, it may
help to state it as a question or hypothesis. An hypothesis is a specific statement of prediction. It describes in concrete terms what you expect will
happen. For example, if you are interested in finding out about the relationship of violent video games and violent behavior in children, you might
pose the question "Do adult themed action video games influence children to act violently?" By posing it as a question you can more easily identify
the main concepts or keywords to be used in your research. Before beginning to do research in earnest, a preliminary search to determine whether there
is enough information out there on your topic and, to set the parameters of your research, is needed. It may be necessary to adjust the
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1.6. Literature Sources
1.6.1. Primary source:
A primary source is defined as a document or a source of research data built up at the same time as the research subject and directly connected to the
events or people being research (Concordia Library, 2010). Primary sources can be in form of diaries, speeches, letters (Concordia Library, 2010).
The first primary source that will be used is a webpage called "Positive parenting tips" by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of the USA
in 2015. The webpage is about how children develop in different periods of their lives and tips for parents of children in different age groups. The
information was written by a governmental organization with many experts in the US which makes it very reliable to the readers. However, most of
the data is about parenting and child development, which is not relative to this research. The researcher has decided to use the age groups divided and
named by this organization to answer Research Question 1 about the general background of colour as a marketing technique for child–oriented food
products.
The second primary source will be used is "Set of Recommendations on the Marketing of Food and Non–alcoholic beverage to Children" published by
the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2010. This is a PDF file about the current condition of child–oriented food marketing in the view of health
activists. The document is very up–to–date, valid and reliable as it is built up by WHO, one of the most
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My Experience At The Library
Bruno Ouattara November 2013 880 390 199 Sociology 100 In November 19th, 2013, it was raining when I came to school. Just after my English
class, I was heading to the library to find a quiet place where I could study. I saw a group of Asian's students coming out from the library, and one
of them, a girl, was holding an umbrella. So I walked straight to her and I soon as I got very close to her, without introducing myself, I grabbed her
umbrella. Surprised she didn't know what to expect. She just dropped the umbrella in my hands, and I walked inside the library with the umbrella on
top of my head. She stood under the rain, very surprised and was looking back...show more content...
There were also some students standing just against the wall and smoking cigarettes. Just in the entrance of building 25, I saw a security guy
passing by, and talking to students from table to table. I think he was trying to tell them to put their phones away and do not leave them at the
table because they can be stolen. While I was getting closer and closer the girl and her friends were trying to get together in one side and let me
pass, and they were kind of slowing down because I was running into them. But I think I didn't give too much choice to her; she released the
umbrella because she was surprised or afraid; so she didn't resist. But after she released it, she felt weird to let me take the umbrella; I can tell in
her surprising's face. Her friends walked back and all of the sudden they started to talk in Chinese or Japanese (I don't actually know the
difference) like 30 seconds after I took the umbrella and started to walk back in the library after me. The smokers were watching the scene and one
of them was laughing. They started to kind of want to follow me inside and I didn't just walked away, instead I stopped just inside to look one more
time and see if someone was going to talk. The lady at the front desk was looking quiet and some others students inside also. When they come in front
of me, I realized they needed an answer. And that influenced me to give up. So I
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Project 10, Mad Lib
/*********************************************************************** * Program: * Project 10, Mad Lib Program * Sister Unsicker,
CS124 * Author: * Harrison Bateman * Summary: * This program is a MadLib. It asks the user for a file, opens it, * reads the file and asks the
user for input necessary to finish * the game. It finds certain text and replaces it with an expected * output. It then prints the story to screen so the
reader can * enjoy it * Estimated: 3.0 hrs * Actual: 6.0+ hrs * The most difficult part of this program was to get the spacing * right. I ended up having
to put in very special cases to add a * space at the right time. It was also very difficult to get the...show more content...
***********************************************************************/ int main() { char story[256][256]; char file[256]; int
numWords = 0; getFileName(file); numWords = readFile(file, story); getInfo(story, numWords); display(story, numWords); playAgain(file);
return 0; } /********************************************************************** * GETFILENAME * This function asks the user for
a file name and accepts a line of text ***********************************************************************/ void getFileName(char
*file) { // gets the name of the file cout << "Please enter the filename of the Mad Lib: "; cin.getline(file, 256); }
/********************************************************************** * ReadFile * This function reads the file and checks that it is
the right size. * It will reject files that do not exist or files that are too long.
***********************************************************************/ int readFile(char *file, char story[][256]) { ifstream fin(file);
int numWords = 0; // error checking if
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Library Essay
Libraries are an essential part of the community. However not all societies have libraries. Libraries require centralized populations, economic
development and political stability for their survival. Libraries exist in places where peace exists. They cannot exist in places with full of conflicts.
Libraries have different missions and serve different communities differently. People and organizations establish libraries with different missions.
Historical overview shows that libraries have always had missions.
The earliest mission of libraries was to maintain an archive for records. There is not information that shows when the first library was established. In the
past, temples, municipals and governments had libraries. These libraries...show more content...
Therefore, Julius Caesar started building a public library, but died before he completed it. Asinius Pollio completed the library. This established was
followed by more public libraries. Other missions of libraries that existed in the past included maintaining scholarly mission, religious mission, for
instance, monastic libraries of middles ages, educational mission, for instance university, humanistic mission and promoting national pride (Rubin 39).
In the modern world, libraries have certain missions that they serve. The establishment of the printing press made more books available to many
people. This encouraged the establishment of more libraries. In the United States of America, libraries came up with new missions. First, libraries
emerged with the mission of self–improvement. Advances in mechanical technology in the eighteenth century led to industrial revolution that
improved the economy and community health. This meant that a certain class of citizens had more leisure time, for self–improvement. This favored
the emergence o f new libraries. The social library emerged with an aim of helping individuals improve through the search of truth. Therefore, they
provided literature and books that provided information, which could help people to gain knowledge and improve their character. In the current world,
libraries provide information that people have access to, and use it for their own improvement (Rubin 47).
Secondly, the modern world
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Descriptive Essay About A Library
Every person has their place. The kind of place where the world could be ending but as long as their in that special place, they can leave the world in
peace. For some it's their hometown, the gym, a certain cafe or restaurant, or even a random spot with a sentimental meaning. For me, this place is the
Edmon Low Library here at Oklahoma State University. As a high school student, the library was a place to check out books and print papers for
free. The idea of spending hours there was unheard of, and never spiked an interest in me. Once I started my freshman year in college, this
speculation quickly changed. From the first time I toured Oklahoma State University, I wondered why the dazzling Georgian style library was so
overwhelmingly huge. It was in the heart of osu near the main campus facilities: the Union, Theta Pond, and various classroom buildings. Being
that the library was such a main attraction, I was curious to know why. I wondered why there was a cafe and why each level had a different noise
limit. All of these things seemed great, but unnecessary at the same time. After all, the only thing the library was good for in my mind was basic
needs for my english class. My first day at osu I decided to see what all the hype about this special library was. The more I explored the different
levels, the more I found. Not only were there books, free printing, a cafe, and noise accommodations, but there were also reserved study rooms, 3D
printing, subject librarians, free electronic checkouts, and so much more. The resources available to me and all OSU students from just a library
seemed almost too good to be true.From the restoring smell of coffee on the first floor, to the antique smell of old books on the 4th floor, nothing
makes you want to pull out a good book more than Edmon Low. I was almost convinced the staff wanted students to move in, being that they are
opened 24 hours on weekdays. With students being so busy, Edom Low is a convenient place to go no matter the time of day. Whether you're a student
coming home from a late night shift not wanting to wake up your roommates to study, or even just need to pull an all nighter for that big test, there is no
such thing as being a disturbance at the
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Ad-Lib Group Study
In an experiment by Landgrave–Gomez et al., 95 rats were either allowed to eat ad–lib or TRF for 2 hours a day during their active phase. After 20
days, the TRF group gained significantly less weight than the ad–lib group. One reason for this is that the food consumption for the TRF group was
significantly lower than the ad–lib group. Other research , , , , , testing TRF in rats or mice in 2–, 3–, and 4–hour timeframes had similar results.
Gorgulu and colleagues had different results in their 8–week study using 20 lactating goats. The body weight change of the 4–hour TRF group was
similar to the ad–lib group. TRF for 8–15 hours Hatori et al. experimented with an 8–hour TRF regimen using 24 mice. Mice were fed either normal
(13% fat) or high–fat (61% fat) isocaloric diets. The subjects were grouped as follows: ad–lib, TRF, high–fat diet ad–lib, or high–fat diet TRF. After 18
weeks, the average body weight of the mice on the high–fat diet TRF was significantly less (28%) than the high–fat diet ad–lib group. Other studies
which used high–fat diets had similar results. , , , The body weight of the mice in the normal–diet TRF remained unchanged compared to the
normal–diet ad–lib group. Zarrinpar et al. also used an 8–hour TRF treatment...show more content...
In one cohort, the mice consumed either a high–fat diet ad–lib or a 9– or 12–hour high–fat diet TRF for 12 weeks. In another cohort, the groups
included a high–fat diet ad–lib and a 15–hour high–fat diet TRF group for 8 weeks. All diets were isocaloric and the high–fat diets consisted of 62%
fat. The body weight gain of the 9–hour high–fat diet TRF (26%), 12–hour high–fat diet TRF, and 15–hour high–fat diet TRF (43%) groups were
significantly less than the high–fat diet ad–lib (65%) group. Moro and colleagues and Belkacemi et al. had similar
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Library Reflection
A library is the centerpiece of the public. It's the place of education that stems throughout the entire library campus and is a sanctuary for the young
student like me, to retrieve nearly all information. Any course material in class can be found that same information in the library, simply there are so
many ways to get information nowadays. With the help of books and especially the internet in every public library in each state in the United States.
Students should never feel the loss of information at any time when the library can be a resource. As I was sitting in the first level of the library
on a Wednesday, I didn't really see as many people as I figured I would see. Even when my cousin was going to have a test that same week I was in
fall break, which she is in college. The floor was not empty by any means, but with college students studying for their test. I would have imagined
students scrambling through the bookshelves and all computer were going to be busy, I believe the study habits of students are about as
prosperous as they have ever seen. They're finding different ways, places, and even methods to complete their studying and research. To me, the
way a common student studies has changed even over the past years and the library has been a role in this revolution. Now with newer and better
technology coming in and out, it's normal for every person to want to get their hands on it as quick as possible. Such as apple and Samsung
products, make internet access so much better accessible everywhere you go. Even today computers have become a revolutionary matter and even
has shaped the way libraries look today. It is no secret back when computers were first invented, the ratio of bookshelves to computers were not as
even as they are now. As I look around the library, I see twice as much people on computers than I do within the walls of the bookshelves reading a
book or magazines. While books were the traditional methods for school or business. Now are less likely to provide information, students now want
to use the internet instead the books to be able to get information they need. I remember when I use to use books for everything and now I just use a
computer to turn in my work.
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My Personal Language Essay
Personal Language History
Early years
I was born and raised in Mandalay. My parents came from Mandalay, Myanmar. They both are Chinese so that I could speak two languages,
Burmese and Chinese. I wasn't really good at speaking Burmese when I was young. It took years to get me used to with it but then I moved to
Yangon which is the Capital City of Myanmar. My accent was getting better since I got Yangon. All my neighbors were Burmese which helped me a
lot to improve both my speaking and listening skills.
Educational impact
When I went to primary school, I had to learn Burmese. At the same time, I had to attend Chinese School when the Burmese class is done. I had to
take Burmese for official language. I had to take Burmese for official language. As my parents and grandparents were Chinese so there was no doubt
that I can speak Chinese fluently. I never wanted to learn Burmese but I had to because my...show more content...
Any kind of brands which are preparing to penetrate into the foreign market should do lots of research in order to adapt the culture as well as the
local market that is going to be entered and expanded into. For instance, people will be making mistake about what does the slogan mean and
sometimes the logo because there were cases bout different kinds of company which are going to internationalize their brand and they failed to.
There are cultural differences in every country. As the differences exist between the religion and races, we should be mindful about the fact that every
single word matters and it might deliver the wrong message or implication to the customers. As the brand trying to internationalize it, there will be
several factors that should be considered for, which are including political and cultural and so on. Internationalizing a brand might not be easy as it may
seem, it would take tremendous amount of effort to put
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Primary sources are first–hand or direct sources of information and research such as words of a person who is the subject, official records from the
government and memoirs or witness accounts. Primary sources are original and not subject to amendment by any third party. Primary sources are
resourceful in studying Germany's history than through consultation of the original documents or publications within the time in question. Primary
sources are vital to understanding the German history because of the development of the critical thinking skills since such sources provide first and
accounts of historic occurrences.
In the late 19th and beginning 20th centuries, Germany had to deal with various environmental issues. Germany had a high human population density,
which was essential in promoting development during the industrial revolution. High human population density in the country resulted in increased
dependence on fossil fuels for the energy supply. It also promotes a massive increase in environmental issues in during the 19th and 20th centuries.
Some of the environmental issues during this period include increased pollution from lack of proper waste disposal, agriculture and transport processes
that are harmful to the environment. In response, Germany had to deal with these environmental issues to creating a safe environment for the
collective benefits of the entire population.
There were two flaws in relation to the Weimar Constitution, which were essential in
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My Experience To The Library
Experience at the Library
The library is a wonderful place to go to if you would like a quiet place to work. I like being at the library because it is filled with knowledge, and there
are many different books that interest me. I enjoy going to the library because walking there clears my mind. Also, there are many books that are
available for the public to read and it is a quiet place to do work. To start, the walk to the library is relaxing and peaceful. I decided to go to the library
on September 21st for a college assignment. While walking to the library I was intrigued by the many things that were going on around me. I saw a
mailman riding on a bicycle delivering mail which was something that I've never seen before. Also, something that was very surprising to me was that
there was a group of children running behind an ice–cream truck which was a single block in front of me. I found this very amusing and I continued to
watch until they were out of sight. It made me think about when I was little and what I used to do when I heard the ice cream truck come around
my house. After walking for quite a bit of time I began to feel tired and dehydrated. I began to wish I had chased after the ice cream truck and got an
ice cream to it, but it was gone already. I normally don't walk to the library so I guess that was the reason I was so easily tired. I decided to buy a drink
from the local corner store to regain some of my energy. The library is home to knowledge which is why it
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Key Research Requirements
What are the key requirements for a research paper? I believe that some of the key requirements are a specific topic, valid sources, and proper
grammar. Research papers should always be specific and offer detailed information regarding the topic at hand, you want to make sure you don't
confuse the reader with irrelevant information that can distract the reader from the point you're trying to make and the actual topic of your paper.
Additionally, a research paper should contain credible sources always make sure the information is not bias and is based proven information and not
opinion.
How do you research a topic? The way I conduct research is by first selecting a topic I collect data or statistical information from (articles, books, online
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Sample Resume : Mad Lib
/***********************************************************************
* Program:
* Project Final, Mad Lib (e.g. Assignment 01, Hello World)
* Brother Falin, CS124
* Author:
* Matthew Burns
* Summary:
* This program reads a sudoku file the user can specify, it will
* print the file and allow the user to edit it, this version
* has an integrated solver.
*
* Estimated: 8.0 hrs
* Actual: 18.0 hrs
* Find possible solutions for a specified place on the grid was
* by far the most difficult, I thought that was significantly
* more difficult than the solver.
************************************************************************/
#include
#include
#include
using namespace std;
#define UNASSIGNED 0
#define N 9
bool findUnassignedLocation(int grid[N][N], int &row, int &col); bool isSafe(int grid[N][N], int row, int col, int num); bool computeValues(string loc,
int grid[N][N], int checkVal = 0); string promptPos(int grid[N][N]); void interact(int grid[N][N]);
/*********************************************************************** * The void menu prints out the menu for at the first run and
if the * user asks the program to reprint it. ***********************************************************************/ void menu() { cout
<< "Options:" << endl; cout << " ? Show these instructions" << endl; cout << " D Display the board" << endl; cout << " E Edit one square" << endl;
cout << " S Show
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Sources Of Information Gathering Research

  • 1. Sources Of Information Gathering Research Sources of Information Gathering Research is the collection, collation, analysis and evaluation of data. There are diverse sources from which data may be gathered. These include: 1.Primary source Primary sources allow researchers to get as close as possible to original ideas, events, and empirical research as possible. Such sources may include creative works, first hand or contemporary accounts of events, and the publication of the results of empirical observations or research. We list sources for historical primary documents. 2.Secondary source Secondary sources analyze, review, or summarize information in primary resources or other secondary resources. Even sources presenting facts or descriptions about events are secondary unless they are based on direct participation or observation. Moreover, secondary sources often rely on other secondary sources and standard disciplinary methods to reach results, and they provide the principle sources of analysis about primary sources. (Virginia Tech, Official website of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg) A variety of sources maybe used for the information gathering spontaneously. These can include primary sources as well as secondary resources. The former is much more practical and appreciated as it readily available. Primary data on the other hand is difficult to collect and the process is time consuming. To sum up, there was little primary data that I could collect so I concentrated on Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 2. A Observation Paper On The Library For my Participant Observation Paper, I decided to go and observe the library. It seemed like a nice, quiet place to go for an assignment like this. I also thought that not many other people would choose this place, so it would be unique. The observations I made at the library astounded me; I had never noticed these things before. Here is a quick summary of my observations: the mood of the atmosphere was changed by the color, temperature, lighting, and etc. in the library. Another thing was that people were unexpectedly critical towards one another, but teenagers didn't seem to care about the distinctive origins of some of the individuals in the library. Finally, the body language of the adults varied significantly to the body language of the adolescents. Everyone was divided by their dissimilarities and I could not believe the vast cavity. I went to observe the library on the 17th of September, which was a Saturday. The time I was there was from 11:20– 12:00. This was a startlingly eventful time, particularly because it was a Saturday. The location of the library is Washington, Iowa. It is located on the square. This was where I made my observations. The environment in the library was welcoming and very quiet. The lighting was soft and gave the structure a warm yellow tone. There were windows wherever you could fit them, letting in a decent share of natural light. Most of the colors in the library were distinctive shades of green and brown, which worked well together. They Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 3. Advantages And Disadvantages Of School Libraries Introduction to the problem: Libraries are an important part of any school, from helping find suitable reading material for a student's reading level, to conducting research for papers and other types of assignments. Although libraries are useful, students are turning less and less to them, preferring to do all of their research online before consulting a real person as we move farther and farther into the digital era. This and some other factors are causing some school libraries to fall behind, not in research materials, but in technology. One reason why students are going to libraries less and less is that most have their own computers at home, which are usually faster models than the computers dome school libraries have, and students...show more content... The downsides to this are that the school would have to make sure that they would apply to the requirements to be able to receive free or reduced–price technology, which would mean that they would have to find an organization that would donate to schools, seeing as some only donate to nonprofit organizations, which does not apply to schools. If they have to live in a certain area of the country, or if the company would be able to deliver the equipment either themselves or by mail, then the school would run into problems there, seeing as if they do not live in the area that would enable them to be able to receive the computers, or if the organization is unable to deliver the computers to the school, either by themselves or via mail, then they would be unable to receive the needed technology. If they are eligible to receive the computers, then they would have to look in and see if there would be some form of installation and transportation fees, and if the company even carried what equipment they need, seeing as they would need to be sure that they had the money needed to pay the fee for shipping the computers to the school, and the fee for setting up the equipment and installing anything that Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 4. Reliable Sources Boolean Operators are words that help define the perimeter of a computer so you can find the information and materials need for research. But using this to find reliable sources that can be used in a research essay, you can narrow down results as narrowly as possible to ensure the best results. For example, one key word search will pull up all sources containing the one word. However, if you enter multiple words into the search, it will more likely narrow the search results down enough in order to find a good and credible source for a paper. By using these, they help to focus the research process and save valuable time on writing a research paper. In evaluating sources, multiple requirements are needed to be checked in order to confirm that it is, indeed, a credible source to use in an essay. Ideology, relevance, reliability, credibility, timeliness, and diversity all play a role in finding the perfect website or book to quote from or use as an example. If a sources has none of these, it is a completely unreliable source and does not need to be included in an essay due to the fact that it will only cause the paper to be unreliable....show more content... Secondary is the first one, where it is just the collection of information originally from someone else, being told by another person. For example, books, blogs, etc. Then there is primary sources where it is a first–hand count of information for the first time. These can be found in letters, government documents, etc. Reliable sources are getting pretty scarce now–a–days since blogs and other sources are taking over the internet. https://www.nih.gov/ This would be considered a reliable source due to it being a government site. However, a site like this https://www.susanjfowler.com/blog/2017/2/19 /reflecting–on–one–very–strange–year–at–uber , is not a reliable source do to it being a blog, invalidating any of the information on it or used from Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 5. Source Of Tax Research Source of Tax Research Starting any tax research, assessing, or finding sources of tax research is imperative to tax planning, preparers, and auditors. The level of research, findings, and access is not limited to just regulations and reviews but also includes publications, amendments, and newsletters. The goal is to always make sure that the tax situation is supported by fact based research. This ensures that if the client is faced with audits by a given tax organization whether it be State or Federal that all proper steps and guidelines were used to properly guide the client. Below will be include of the authority of sources, where you can find those sources, and what tax situations they would help Tax Research Tax research is the basic...show more content... Primary sources can be found via the Internal Revenue Code, treasury regulations through the committee reports, and IRS announcements and Notices per (Dennis–Escoffier & Fortin, 2017) (p. 67). Majority of these sources are free by reviewing the IRS website at www.irs.gov. You can find many tax situations with the primary source of research as this is the true source of tax laws and what is truly the standard for tax research and preparation. Secondary sources are generalized as newsletters, publications, and general opinion of tax preparers. Examples of secondary would be the IRS website, tax guides, and tax preparation sites such as Turbo Tax, H&R Block. These sources are generally not free and require you to pay or to utilize once a year when filing your own taxes. Secondary sources are used for a resource factor to help generalize the official tax law and to put a better interpretation on the law. This would be good for research purposes when you are looking for a certain tax situation for a client or a question that isn't quite in a standard law but between the lines. Maybe, how a tax credit should be taken for this situation or a business tax for a Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 6. The Lib Movement By Kishino Junko What do Kishino Junko, a former journalist, Kurihara Nanako, an expatriate who settled in America, and Miki Soko, a former housewife turned author, have in common? These three women come from different echelons of society, have had different experiences, and continue to lead different lives. However, each of these women has had encounters with the Women's Liberation Movement (commonly referred to as "Lib" in Japan), and each has developed their own "feminine consciousness" as a result of their interactions with the Lib Movement. Although there is no true definition of what a feminine consciousness is, Kishino, Kurihara, and Soko have all viewed the Lib Movement as a catalyst of change within themselves, by surrounding themselves by women...show more content... Kishino was aware that, working as a journalist and then as a professor, she had career opportunities that many other women could only dream of having. She was also aware that, despite pushes toward gender equality legislation, there was still a perception heavily embedded in society that women were inferior to men. Thus, Kishino worked hard to prove that she was capable of working as hard as the men that surrounded her, belatedly realizing that in doing so, she was willingly throwing away her yasashisa, her femininity, in the process. Why did she have to prove that she was just as capable as the male reporters, and to whom did she have to prove it? Why was it that supporting an "equality of the sexes" meant throwing away her femininity and trying to fit in with the men? Kishino realized that in throwing away her femininity, she had been unknowingly contributing to the further validation of the notion that men were inherently superior to women in the workplace and in society as a whole. After reading works from poets such as Langston Hughes and Richard Wright, and after meeting with various women involved in the Lib Movement, discussing topics such as "[their] lives, [their] bodies, or even how male–female relationships were portrayed in literature as seen from the standpoint of women" (Loftus 138), Kishino was able to revive and recover her feminine consciousness. To Kishino, a feminine consciousness involved accepting herself for who she was, throwing away the idea that she needed to compete with men, and supporting other repressed Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 7. There are several key steps when conducting research and writing a research paper. You need to identify and develop your theory, do a preliminary search for information and define your variables, locate materials and develop your hypothesis, evaluate your sources and assure standardization, select subjects, test and make notes. Then analyze your results, determine their significance and write your paper. Lastly cite your sources properly and locate similar results, this replication of findings is what strengthens your paper. Selecting a topic can be the most challenging part of the research assignment. Since this is the very first step in writing a paper, it is critical that it be done thoughtfully. Once you have identified your topic, it may help to state it as a question or hypothesis. An hypothesis is a specific statement of prediction. It describes in concrete terms what you expect will happen. For example, if you are interested in finding out about the relationship of violent video games and violent behavior in children, you might pose the question "Do adult themed action video games influence children to act violently?" By posing it as a question you can more easily identify the main concepts or keywords to be used in your research. Before beginning to do research in earnest, a preliminary search to determine whether there is enough information out there on your topic and, to set the parameters of your research, is needed. It may be necessary to adjust the Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 8. 1.6. Literature Sources 1.6.1. Primary source: A primary source is defined as a document or a source of research data built up at the same time as the research subject and directly connected to the events or people being research (Concordia Library, 2010). Primary sources can be in form of diaries, speeches, letters (Concordia Library, 2010). The first primary source that will be used is a webpage called "Positive parenting tips" by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of the USA in 2015. The webpage is about how children develop in different periods of their lives and tips for parents of children in different age groups. The information was written by a governmental organization with many experts in the US which makes it very reliable to the readers. However, most of the data is about parenting and child development, which is not relative to this research. The researcher has decided to use the age groups divided and named by this organization to answer Research Question 1 about the general background of colour as a marketing technique for child–oriented food products. The second primary source will be used is "Set of Recommendations on the Marketing of Food and Non–alcoholic beverage to Children" published by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2010. This is a PDF file about the current condition of child–oriented food marketing in the view of health activists. The document is very up–to–date, valid and reliable as it is built up by WHO, one of the most Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 9. My Experience At The Library Bruno Ouattara November 2013 880 390 199 Sociology 100 In November 19th, 2013, it was raining when I came to school. Just after my English class, I was heading to the library to find a quiet place where I could study. I saw a group of Asian's students coming out from the library, and one of them, a girl, was holding an umbrella. So I walked straight to her and I soon as I got very close to her, without introducing myself, I grabbed her umbrella. Surprised she didn't know what to expect. She just dropped the umbrella in my hands, and I walked inside the library with the umbrella on top of my head. She stood under the rain, very surprised and was looking back...show more content... There were also some students standing just against the wall and smoking cigarettes. Just in the entrance of building 25, I saw a security guy passing by, and talking to students from table to table. I think he was trying to tell them to put their phones away and do not leave them at the table because they can be stolen. While I was getting closer and closer the girl and her friends were trying to get together in one side and let me pass, and they were kind of slowing down because I was running into them. But I think I didn't give too much choice to her; she released the umbrella because she was surprised or afraid; so she didn't resist. But after she released it, she felt weird to let me take the umbrella; I can tell in her surprising's face. Her friends walked back and all of the sudden they started to talk in Chinese or Japanese (I don't actually know the difference) like 30 seconds after I took the umbrella and started to walk back in the library after me. The smokers were watching the scene and one of them was laughing. They started to kind of want to follow me inside and I didn't just walked away, instead I stopped just inside to look one more time and see if someone was going to talk. The lady at the front desk was looking quiet and some others students inside also. When they come in front of me, I realized they needed an answer. And that influenced me to give up. So I Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 10. Project 10, Mad Lib /*********************************************************************** * Program: * Project 10, Mad Lib Program * Sister Unsicker, CS124 * Author: * Harrison Bateman * Summary: * This program is a MadLib. It asks the user for a file, opens it, * reads the file and asks the user for input necessary to finish * the game. It finds certain text and replaces it with an expected * output. It then prints the story to screen so the reader can * enjoy it * Estimated: 3.0 hrs * Actual: 6.0+ hrs * The most difficult part of this program was to get the spacing * right. I ended up having to put in very special cases to add a * space at the right time. It was also very difficult to get the...show more content... ***********************************************************************/ int main() { char story[256][256]; char file[256]; int numWords = 0; getFileName(file); numWords = readFile(file, story); getInfo(story, numWords); display(story, numWords); playAgain(file); return 0; } /********************************************************************** * GETFILENAME * This function asks the user for a file name and accepts a line of text ***********************************************************************/ void getFileName(char *file) { // gets the name of the file cout << "Please enter the filename of the Mad Lib: "; cin.getline(file, 256); } /********************************************************************** * ReadFile * This function reads the file and checks that it is the right size. * It will reject files that do not exist or files that are too long. ***********************************************************************/ int readFile(char *file, char story[][256]) { ifstream fin(file); int numWords = 0; // error checking if Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 11. Library Essay Libraries are an essential part of the community. However not all societies have libraries. Libraries require centralized populations, economic development and political stability for their survival. Libraries exist in places where peace exists. They cannot exist in places with full of conflicts. Libraries have different missions and serve different communities differently. People and organizations establish libraries with different missions. Historical overview shows that libraries have always had missions. The earliest mission of libraries was to maintain an archive for records. There is not information that shows when the first library was established. In the past, temples, municipals and governments had libraries. These libraries...show more content... Therefore, Julius Caesar started building a public library, but died before he completed it. Asinius Pollio completed the library. This established was followed by more public libraries. Other missions of libraries that existed in the past included maintaining scholarly mission, religious mission, for instance, monastic libraries of middles ages, educational mission, for instance university, humanistic mission and promoting national pride (Rubin 39). In the modern world, libraries have certain missions that they serve. The establishment of the printing press made more books available to many people. This encouraged the establishment of more libraries. In the United States of America, libraries came up with new missions. First, libraries emerged with the mission of self–improvement. Advances in mechanical technology in the eighteenth century led to industrial revolution that improved the economy and community health. This meant that a certain class of citizens had more leisure time, for self–improvement. This favored the emergence o f new libraries. The social library emerged with an aim of helping individuals improve through the search of truth. Therefore, they provided literature and books that provided information, which could help people to gain knowledge and improve their character. In the current world, libraries provide information that people have access to, and use it for their own improvement (Rubin 47). Secondly, the modern world Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 12. Descriptive Essay About A Library Every person has their place. The kind of place where the world could be ending but as long as their in that special place, they can leave the world in peace. For some it's their hometown, the gym, a certain cafe or restaurant, or even a random spot with a sentimental meaning. For me, this place is the Edmon Low Library here at Oklahoma State University. As a high school student, the library was a place to check out books and print papers for free. The idea of spending hours there was unheard of, and never spiked an interest in me. Once I started my freshman year in college, this speculation quickly changed. From the first time I toured Oklahoma State University, I wondered why the dazzling Georgian style library was so overwhelmingly huge. It was in the heart of osu near the main campus facilities: the Union, Theta Pond, and various classroom buildings. Being that the library was such a main attraction, I was curious to know why. I wondered why there was a cafe and why each level had a different noise limit. All of these things seemed great, but unnecessary at the same time. After all, the only thing the library was good for in my mind was basic needs for my english class. My first day at osu I decided to see what all the hype about this special library was. The more I explored the different levels, the more I found. Not only were there books, free printing, a cafe, and noise accommodations, but there were also reserved study rooms, 3D printing, subject librarians, free electronic checkouts, and so much more. The resources available to me and all OSU students from just a library seemed almost too good to be true.From the restoring smell of coffee on the first floor, to the antique smell of old books on the 4th floor, nothing makes you want to pull out a good book more than Edmon Low. I was almost convinced the staff wanted students to move in, being that they are opened 24 hours on weekdays. With students being so busy, Edom Low is a convenient place to go no matter the time of day. Whether you're a student coming home from a late night shift not wanting to wake up your roommates to study, or even just need to pull an all nighter for that big test, there is no such thing as being a disturbance at the Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 13. Ad-Lib Group Study In an experiment by Landgrave–Gomez et al., 95 rats were either allowed to eat ad–lib or TRF for 2 hours a day during their active phase. After 20 days, the TRF group gained significantly less weight than the ad–lib group. One reason for this is that the food consumption for the TRF group was significantly lower than the ad–lib group. Other research , , , , , testing TRF in rats or mice in 2–, 3–, and 4–hour timeframes had similar results. Gorgulu and colleagues had different results in their 8–week study using 20 lactating goats. The body weight change of the 4–hour TRF group was similar to the ad–lib group. TRF for 8–15 hours Hatori et al. experimented with an 8–hour TRF regimen using 24 mice. Mice were fed either normal (13% fat) or high–fat (61% fat) isocaloric diets. The subjects were grouped as follows: ad–lib, TRF, high–fat diet ad–lib, or high–fat diet TRF. After 18 weeks, the average body weight of the mice on the high–fat diet TRF was significantly less (28%) than the high–fat diet ad–lib group. Other studies which used high–fat diets had similar results. , , , The body weight of the mice in the normal–diet TRF remained unchanged compared to the normal–diet ad–lib group. Zarrinpar et al. also used an 8–hour TRF treatment...show more content... In one cohort, the mice consumed either a high–fat diet ad–lib or a 9– or 12–hour high–fat diet TRF for 12 weeks. In another cohort, the groups included a high–fat diet ad–lib and a 15–hour high–fat diet TRF group for 8 weeks. All diets were isocaloric and the high–fat diets consisted of 62% fat. The body weight gain of the 9–hour high–fat diet TRF (26%), 12–hour high–fat diet TRF, and 15–hour high–fat diet TRF (43%) groups were significantly less than the high–fat diet ad–lib (65%) group. Moro and colleagues and Belkacemi et al. had similar Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 14. Library Reflection A library is the centerpiece of the public. It's the place of education that stems throughout the entire library campus and is a sanctuary for the young student like me, to retrieve nearly all information. Any course material in class can be found that same information in the library, simply there are so many ways to get information nowadays. With the help of books and especially the internet in every public library in each state in the United States. Students should never feel the loss of information at any time when the library can be a resource. As I was sitting in the first level of the library on a Wednesday, I didn't really see as many people as I figured I would see. Even when my cousin was going to have a test that same week I was in fall break, which she is in college. The floor was not empty by any means, but with college students studying for their test. I would have imagined students scrambling through the bookshelves and all computer were going to be busy, I believe the study habits of students are about as prosperous as they have ever seen. They're finding different ways, places, and even methods to complete their studying and research. To me, the way a common student studies has changed even over the past years and the library has been a role in this revolution. Now with newer and better technology coming in and out, it's normal for every person to want to get their hands on it as quick as possible. Such as apple and Samsung products, make internet access so much better accessible everywhere you go. Even today computers have become a revolutionary matter and even has shaped the way libraries look today. It is no secret back when computers were first invented, the ratio of bookshelves to computers were not as even as they are now. As I look around the library, I see twice as much people on computers than I do within the walls of the bookshelves reading a book or magazines. While books were the traditional methods for school or business. Now are less likely to provide information, students now want to use the internet instead the books to be able to get information they need. I remember when I use to use books for everything and now I just use a computer to turn in my work. Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 15. My Personal Language Essay Personal Language History Early years I was born and raised in Mandalay. My parents came from Mandalay, Myanmar. They both are Chinese so that I could speak two languages, Burmese and Chinese. I wasn't really good at speaking Burmese when I was young. It took years to get me used to with it but then I moved to Yangon which is the Capital City of Myanmar. My accent was getting better since I got Yangon. All my neighbors were Burmese which helped me a lot to improve both my speaking and listening skills. Educational impact When I went to primary school, I had to learn Burmese. At the same time, I had to attend Chinese School when the Burmese class is done. I had to take Burmese for official language. I had to take Burmese for official language. As my parents and grandparents were Chinese so there was no doubt that I can speak Chinese fluently. I never wanted to learn Burmese but I had to because my...show more content... Any kind of brands which are preparing to penetrate into the foreign market should do lots of research in order to adapt the culture as well as the local market that is going to be entered and expanded into. For instance, people will be making mistake about what does the slogan mean and sometimes the logo because there were cases bout different kinds of company which are going to internationalize their brand and they failed to. There are cultural differences in every country. As the differences exist between the religion and races, we should be mindful about the fact that every single word matters and it might deliver the wrong message or implication to the customers. As the brand trying to internationalize it, there will be several factors that should be considered for, which are including political and cultural and so on. Internationalizing a brand might not be easy as it may seem, it would take tremendous amount of effort to put Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 16. Primary sources are first–hand or direct sources of information and research such as words of a person who is the subject, official records from the government and memoirs or witness accounts. Primary sources are original and not subject to amendment by any third party. Primary sources are resourceful in studying Germany's history than through consultation of the original documents or publications within the time in question. Primary sources are vital to understanding the German history because of the development of the critical thinking skills since such sources provide first and accounts of historic occurrences. In the late 19th and beginning 20th centuries, Germany had to deal with various environmental issues. Germany had a high human population density, which was essential in promoting development during the industrial revolution. High human population density in the country resulted in increased dependence on fossil fuels for the energy supply. It also promotes a massive increase in environmental issues in during the 19th and 20th centuries. Some of the environmental issues during this period include increased pollution from lack of proper waste disposal, agriculture and transport processes that are harmful to the environment. In response, Germany had to deal with these environmental issues to creating a safe environment for the collective benefits of the entire population. There were two flaws in relation to the Weimar Constitution, which were essential in Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 17. My Experience To The Library Experience at the Library The library is a wonderful place to go to if you would like a quiet place to work. I like being at the library because it is filled with knowledge, and there are many different books that interest me. I enjoy going to the library because walking there clears my mind. Also, there are many books that are available for the public to read and it is a quiet place to do work. To start, the walk to the library is relaxing and peaceful. I decided to go to the library on September 21st for a college assignment. While walking to the library I was intrigued by the many things that were going on around me. I saw a mailman riding on a bicycle delivering mail which was something that I've never seen before. Also, something that was very surprising to me was that there was a group of children running behind an ice–cream truck which was a single block in front of me. I found this very amusing and I continued to watch until they were out of sight. It made me think about when I was little and what I used to do when I heard the ice cream truck come around my house. After walking for quite a bit of time I began to feel tired and dehydrated. I began to wish I had chased after the ice cream truck and got an ice cream to it, but it was gone already. I normally don't walk to the library so I guess that was the reason I was so easily tired. I decided to buy a drink from the local corner store to regain some of my energy. The library is home to knowledge which is why it Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 18. Key Research Requirements What are the key requirements for a research paper? I believe that some of the key requirements are a specific topic, valid sources, and proper grammar. Research papers should always be specific and offer detailed information regarding the topic at hand, you want to make sure you don't confuse the reader with irrelevant information that can distract the reader from the point you're trying to make and the actual topic of your paper. Additionally, a research paper should contain credible sources always make sure the information is not bias and is based proven information and not opinion. How do you research a topic? The way I conduct research is by first selecting a topic I collect data or statistical information from (articles, books, online Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 19. Sample Resume : Mad Lib /*********************************************************************** * Program: * Project Final, Mad Lib (e.g. Assignment 01, Hello World) * Brother Falin, CS124 * Author: * Matthew Burns * Summary: * This program reads a sudoku file the user can specify, it will * print the file and allow the user to edit it, this version * has an integrated solver. * * Estimated: 8.0 hrs * Actual: 18.0 hrs * Find possible solutions for a specified place on the grid was * by far the most difficult, I thought that was significantly * more difficult than the solver. ************************************************************************/ #include #include #include using namespace std; #define UNASSIGNED 0 #define N 9
  • 20. bool findUnassignedLocation(int grid[N][N], int &row, int &col); bool isSafe(int grid[N][N], int row, int col, int num); bool computeValues(string loc, int grid[N][N], int checkVal = 0); string promptPos(int grid[N][N]); void interact(int grid[N][N]); /*********************************************************************** * The void menu prints out the menu for at the first run and if the * user asks the program to reprint it. ***********************************************************************/ void menu() { cout << "Options:" << endl; cout << " ? Show these instructions" << endl; cout << " D Display the board" << endl; cout << " E Edit one square" << endl; cout << " S Show Get more content on HelpWriting.net