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The document provides 11 math word problems related to profit, costs, revenue, supply and demand functions, and other economics topics. Students are asked to solve the problems by finding break-even points, maximum or minimum values, equilibrium quantities and prices, and other values. The problems cover concepts like profit maximization, optimal production levels, and using equations to model economic relationships.

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The Problem Statement By Dr. Marilyn Simon Find this a.docx

The document provides information about a Monte Carlo simulation exercise to estimate the total costs of installing a backup generator at a government facility. It includes historical cost data for design, build, and test efforts and asks the reader to conduct 10 iterations of the simulation to generate a cost distribution. It then asks questions about calculating the average cost, the standard deviation of the distribution, and the probability of costs exceeding $105,000. The document provides information and examples to help calculate standard deviation.

Infrastructures et recommandations pour les Humanités Numériques - Big Data e...

Infrastructures et recommandations pour les Humanités Numériques - Big Data e...Patrice Bellot - Aix-Marseille Université / CNRS (LIS, INS2I)

Le développement du Web et des réseaux sociaux ou les numérisations massives de documents contribuent à un renouvellement des Sciences Humaines et Sociales, des études des patrimoines littéraires ou culturels, ou encore de la façon dont est exploitée la littérature scientifique en général.
Les humanités numériques, qui croisent diverses disciplines avec l’informatique, posent comme centrales les questions du volume des données, de leur diversité, de leur origine, de leur véracité ou de leur représentativité. Les informations sont véhiculées au sein de « documents » textuels (livres, pages Web, tweets...), audio, vidéo ou multimédia. Ils peuvent comporter des illustrations ou des graphiques.
Appréhender de telles ressources nécessite le développement d'approches informatiques robustes, capables de passer à l’échelle et adaptées à la nature fondamentalement ambiguë et variée des informations manipulées (langage naturel ou images à interpréter, points de vue multiples…).
Si les approches d’apprentissage statistique sont monnaie courante pour des tâches de classification ou d’extraction d’information, elles doivent faire face à des espaces vectoriels creux et de dimension très élevées (plusieurs millions), être en mesure d’exploiter des ressources (par exemple des lexiques ou des thesaurus) et tenir compte ou produire des annotations sémantiques qui devront pouvoir être réutilisées.
Pour faire face à ces enjeux, des infrastructures ont été créées telle HumaNum à l’échelle nationale, DARIAH ou CLARIN à l’échelle européenne et des recommandations établies à l’échelle mondiale telle que la TEI (Text Encoding Initiative). Des plateformes au service de l’information scientifique comme l’équipement d’excellence OpenEdition.org sont une autre brique essentielle pour la préservation et l’accès aux « Big Digital Humanities » mais aussi pour favoriser la reproductibilité et la compréhension des expérimentations et des résultats obtenus.Grade-8-Mathematics-Final.pdf

The document provides information on factoring polynomials completely. It discusses factoring polynomials with common monomial factors, difference of two squares, and general trinomials. Three learning activity sheets are included to help students practice factoring polynomials. The sheets provide examples, activities for students to complete with solutions, scoring rubrics, and references. The goal is for students to master factoring different types of polynomials.

A Study on Optimization using Stochastic Linear Programming

The self Help Group (SHG) is group of rural poor who have organized themselves into a group for eradicationof poverty. The members of the group belong to families below the poverty line. This will help the families of occupational groups like agricultural labourers, marginal farmers, designers and artisans marginally above the poverty line, or who may have been excluded from the Below Poverty Line (BPL) list to become members of the Self Help Group. A self help group consists of two categories. One named as magalier thittam and another is non- magalier thittam. The factors of Self help group categories are random in nature. These factors can be handled using stochastic linear programming problem (SLPP). Here the data is collected from Tuticorin district. The optimization technique such as two stage programming and chance constrained programming can be adopted for SLPP. In this paper chance constrained programming (CPP) is used to obtain optimal solution.

TitleABC123 Version X1Time to Practice – Week Three .docx

Title
ABC/123 Version X
1
Time to Practice – Week Three
PSYCH/625 Version 1
2
University of Phoenix Material
Time to Practice – Week Three
Complete both Part A and Part B below.
Part A
Some questions in Part A require that you access data from Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics. This data is available on the student website under the Student Test Resources link.
1. For the following research questions, create one null hypothesis, one directional research hypothesis, and one nondirectional research hypothesis.
a. What are the effects of attention on out-of-seat classroom behavior?
Research Hypothesis: There will be a relationship between the effects of attention on out-of-seat classroom behavior versus in-seat-classroom behavior.
b. What is the relationship between the quality of a marriage and the quality of the spouses’ relationships with their siblings?
Null Hypothesis: There will be no relationship in the relationship between the quality of a marriage and the quality of the spouses’ relationship with their siblings.
c. What is the best way to treat an eating disorder?
One Directional Research Hypothesis:
2. Provide one research hypothesis and an equation for each of the following topics:
a. The amount of money spent on food among undergraduate students and undergraduate student-athletes
b. The average amount of time taken by white and brown rats to get out of a maze
c. The effects of Drug A and Drug B on a disease
d. The time to complete a task in Method 1 and Method 2
3. Why does the null hypothesis presume no relationship between variables?
4. Create a research hypothesis tested using a one-tailed test and a research hypothesis tested using a two-tailed test.
5. What does the critical value represent?
6. Given the following information, would your decision be to reject or fail to reject the null hypothesis? Setting the level of significance at .05 for decision making, provide an explanation for your conclusion.
a. The null hypothesis that there is no relationship between the type of music a person listens to and his crime rate (p < .05).
In Hypothesis Testing, we typically deem a research hypothesis to be significant, if the odds of two means actually being equal are no greater than 1 in 20 or .05 (5%) or less.
b. The null hypothesis that there is no relationship between the amount of coffee consumption and GPA (p = .62).
c. The null hypothesis that there is a negative relationship between the number of hours worked and level of job satisfaction (p = .51).
7. Why is it harder to find a significant outcome (all other things being equal) when the research hypothesis is being tested at the .01 rather than the .05 level of significance?
At the .01 level, there is less room for error because the test is more rigorous.
8. Why should we think in terms of “failing to reject” the null rather than just accepting it?
9. When is it appropriate to use the one-sample z test?
10. What similarity does a z test have ...

Pre-Calculus Midterm ExamScore ______ ______Name _______.docx

Pre-Calculus Midterm Exam
Score: ______ / ______
Name: ____________________________
Student Number: ___________________
Short Answer: Type your answer below each question. Show your work.
1
Verify the identity. Show your work.
cot θ ∙ sec θ = csc θ
cot= cos/ sin
sec= 1/cos
cos/sin*1/cos
1/sin x
2
A gas company has the following rate schedule for natural gas usage in single-family residences:
Monthly service charge $8.80
Per therm service charge
1st 25 therms $0.6686/therm
Over 25 therms $0.85870/therm
What is the charge for using 25 therms in one month? Show your work.
8.8+25*0.6686
16.715+8.8
25.52
What is the charge for using 45 therms in one month? Show your work.
8.8+25*0.6686+20*0.85870
25.52+17.174
42.694
Construct a function that gives the monthly charge C for x therms of gas.
C(x)=8.8+0.6686x
If 0<=x<=25
25.515+0.85870(x-25)
If x>25
25.515= 8.8 + 25*0.6686
3
The wind chill factor represents the equivalent air temperature at a standard wind speed that would produce the same heat loss as the given temperature and wind speed. One formula for computing the equivalent temperature is
W(t) =
where v represents the wind speed (in meters per second) and t represents the air temperature . Compute the wind chill for an air temperature of 15°C and a wind speed of 12 meters per second. (Round the answer to one decimal place.) Show your work.
6.0c
4
Complete the following:
(a) Use the Leading Coefficient Test to determine the graph's end behavior.
The leading coefficient is positive x->infinity
(b) Find the x-intercepts. State whether the graph crosses the x-axis or touches the x-axis and turns around at each intercept.
0 with multiplicity 2 and -2 with multiplicity 1 this it touches at 0 and goes through at 2
(c) Find the y-intercept. Y intercept= the values you get when x=0, therefore the y-intercept is 0
f(x) = x2(x + 2)
5
For the data set shown by the table,
a. Create a scatter plot for the data. (You do not need to submit the scatter plot)
b. Use the scatter plot to determine whether an exponential function or a logarithmic function is the best choice for modeling the data.
Logarithmic function
Number of Homes Built in a Town by Year
6
Verify the identity. Show your work.
(1 + tan2u)(1 - sin2u) = 1
Sec^2u*cos^2u=1/cos^2u*cos^2u
7
Verify the identity. Show your work.
cot2x + csc2x = 2csc2x – 1
Csc x is cosecx
Cot^2x+1=cosec^2x
Lhs=cot^2x+cosec^2x+cosec^2x
Cot^2x+cosec^x=1+2cosec^2x
8
Verify the identity. Show your work.
1 + sec2xsin2x = sec2x
Sec^2x=1/cos^2x
Sec^2xsin^x=sin^2x/cos^2x=tan^2x
1+tan^2x=sex^2x
9
Verify the identity. Show your work.
cos(α - β) - cos(α + β) = 2 sin α sin β
cos(a-b)=cos(a)*cos(b)+sin(a)*sin(b)
cos(a+b)=cos(.

Demo_Teaching_Mathematics_Powerpoint.pptx

This summary provides the key details from the document in 3 sentences:
The document contains an opening prayer thanking God for the day and asking for guidance and inspiration as the students listen, learn, and complete their work. It then lists various classroom activities and assignments related to solving word problems involving factors of polynomials. The final part describes a group activity where students are asked to design and present cylindrical trash containers to support the school's environmental advocacy program.

HUM110HM—Assignment 2 Directions After watching the Wate.docx

This document provides instructions for an assignment analyzing the episode "Water Parks" from the TV show Malcolm in the Middle. Students are asked to write an essay of at least 700 words answering questions about integrity based on their own definition and analyzing the integrity of characters' decisions in the episode. Guidelines state the essay must be typed, double-spaced, and follow MLA format without using outside research or the module overviews. The assignment is due by Sunday at 11:59 PM EST/EDT and will be submitted to Turnitin. A grading rubric is also provided.

The Problem Statement By Dr. Marilyn Simon Find this a.docx

The document provides information about a Monte Carlo simulation exercise to estimate the total costs of installing a backup generator at a government facility. It includes historical cost data for design, build, and test efforts and asks the reader to conduct 10 iterations of the simulation to generate a cost distribution. It then asks questions about calculating the average cost, the standard deviation of the distribution, and the probability of costs exceeding $105,000. The document provides information and examples to help calculate standard deviation.

Infrastructures et recommandations pour les Humanités Numériques - Big Data e...

Infrastructures et recommandations pour les Humanités Numériques - Big Data e...Patrice Bellot - Aix-Marseille Université / CNRS (LIS, INS2I)

Le développement du Web et des réseaux sociaux ou les numérisations massives de documents contribuent à un renouvellement des Sciences Humaines et Sociales, des études des patrimoines littéraires ou culturels, ou encore de la façon dont est exploitée la littérature scientifique en général.
Les humanités numériques, qui croisent diverses disciplines avec l’informatique, posent comme centrales les questions du volume des données, de leur diversité, de leur origine, de leur véracité ou de leur représentativité. Les informations sont véhiculées au sein de « documents » textuels (livres, pages Web, tweets...), audio, vidéo ou multimédia. Ils peuvent comporter des illustrations ou des graphiques.
Appréhender de telles ressources nécessite le développement d'approches informatiques robustes, capables de passer à l’échelle et adaptées à la nature fondamentalement ambiguë et variée des informations manipulées (langage naturel ou images à interpréter, points de vue multiples…).
Si les approches d’apprentissage statistique sont monnaie courante pour des tâches de classification ou d’extraction d’information, elles doivent faire face à des espaces vectoriels creux et de dimension très élevées (plusieurs millions), être en mesure d’exploiter des ressources (par exemple des lexiques ou des thesaurus) et tenir compte ou produire des annotations sémantiques qui devront pouvoir être réutilisées.
Pour faire face à ces enjeux, des infrastructures ont été créées telle HumaNum à l’échelle nationale, DARIAH ou CLARIN à l’échelle européenne et des recommandations établies à l’échelle mondiale telle que la TEI (Text Encoding Initiative). Des plateformes au service de l’information scientifique comme l’équipement d’excellence OpenEdition.org sont une autre brique essentielle pour la préservation et l’accès aux « Big Digital Humanities » mais aussi pour favoriser la reproductibilité et la compréhension des expérimentations et des résultats obtenus.Grade-8-Mathematics-Final.pdf

The document provides information on factoring polynomials completely. It discusses factoring polynomials with common monomial factors, difference of two squares, and general trinomials. Three learning activity sheets are included to help students practice factoring polynomials. The sheets provide examples, activities for students to complete with solutions, scoring rubrics, and references. The goal is for students to master factoring different types of polynomials.

A Study on Optimization using Stochastic Linear Programming

The self Help Group (SHG) is group of rural poor who have organized themselves into a group for eradicationof poverty. The members of the group belong to families below the poverty line. This will help the families of occupational groups like agricultural labourers, marginal farmers, designers and artisans marginally above the poverty line, or who may have been excluded from the Below Poverty Line (BPL) list to become members of the Self Help Group. A self help group consists of two categories. One named as magalier thittam and another is non- magalier thittam. The factors of Self help group categories are random in nature. These factors can be handled using stochastic linear programming problem (SLPP). Here the data is collected from Tuticorin district. The optimization technique such as two stage programming and chance constrained programming can be adopted for SLPP. In this paper chance constrained programming (CPP) is used to obtain optimal solution.

TitleABC123 Version X1Time to Practice – Week Three .docx

Title
ABC/123 Version X
1
Time to Practice – Week Three
PSYCH/625 Version 1
2
University of Phoenix Material
Time to Practice – Week Three
Complete both Part A and Part B below.
Part A
Some questions in Part A require that you access data from Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics. This data is available on the student website under the Student Test Resources link.
1. For the following research questions, create one null hypothesis, one directional research hypothesis, and one nondirectional research hypothesis.
a. What are the effects of attention on out-of-seat classroom behavior?
Research Hypothesis: There will be a relationship between the effects of attention on out-of-seat classroom behavior versus in-seat-classroom behavior.
b. What is the relationship between the quality of a marriage and the quality of the spouses’ relationships with their siblings?
Null Hypothesis: There will be no relationship in the relationship between the quality of a marriage and the quality of the spouses’ relationship with their siblings.
c. What is the best way to treat an eating disorder?
One Directional Research Hypothesis:
2. Provide one research hypothesis and an equation for each of the following topics:
a. The amount of money spent on food among undergraduate students and undergraduate student-athletes
b. The average amount of time taken by white and brown rats to get out of a maze
c. The effects of Drug A and Drug B on a disease
d. The time to complete a task in Method 1 and Method 2
3. Why does the null hypothesis presume no relationship between variables?
4. Create a research hypothesis tested using a one-tailed test and a research hypothesis tested using a two-tailed test.
5. What does the critical value represent?
6. Given the following information, would your decision be to reject or fail to reject the null hypothesis? Setting the level of significance at .05 for decision making, provide an explanation for your conclusion.
a. The null hypothesis that there is no relationship between the type of music a person listens to and his crime rate (p < .05).
In Hypothesis Testing, we typically deem a research hypothesis to be significant, if the odds of two means actually being equal are no greater than 1 in 20 or .05 (5%) or less.
b. The null hypothesis that there is no relationship between the amount of coffee consumption and GPA (p = .62).
c. The null hypothesis that there is a negative relationship between the number of hours worked and level of job satisfaction (p = .51).
7. Why is it harder to find a significant outcome (all other things being equal) when the research hypothesis is being tested at the .01 rather than the .05 level of significance?
At the .01 level, there is less room for error because the test is more rigorous.
8. Why should we think in terms of “failing to reject” the null rather than just accepting it?
9. When is it appropriate to use the one-sample z test?
10. What similarity does a z test have ...

Pre-Calculus Midterm ExamScore ______ ______Name _______.docx

Pre-Calculus Midterm Exam
Score: ______ / ______
Name: ____________________________
Student Number: ___________________
Short Answer: Type your answer below each question. Show your work.
1
Verify the identity. Show your work.
cot θ ∙ sec θ = csc θ
cot= cos/ sin
sec= 1/cos
cos/sin*1/cos
1/sin x
2
A gas company has the following rate schedule for natural gas usage in single-family residences:
Monthly service charge $8.80
Per therm service charge
1st 25 therms $0.6686/therm
Over 25 therms $0.85870/therm
What is the charge for using 25 therms in one month? Show your work.
8.8+25*0.6686
16.715+8.8
25.52
What is the charge for using 45 therms in one month? Show your work.
8.8+25*0.6686+20*0.85870
25.52+17.174
42.694
Construct a function that gives the monthly charge C for x therms of gas.
C(x)=8.8+0.6686x
If 0<=x<=25
25.515+0.85870(x-25)
If x>25
25.515= 8.8 + 25*0.6686
3
The wind chill factor represents the equivalent air temperature at a standard wind speed that would produce the same heat loss as the given temperature and wind speed. One formula for computing the equivalent temperature is
W(t) =
where v represents the wind speed (in meters per second) and t represents the air temperature . Compute the wind chill for an air temperature of 15°C and a wind speed of 12 meters per second. (Round the answer to one decimal place.) Show your work.
6.0c
4
Complete the following:
(a) Use the Leading Coefficient Test to determine the graph's end behavior.
The leading coefficient is positive x->infinity
(b) Find the x-intercepts. State whether the graph crosses the x-axis or touches the x-axis and turns around at each intercept.
0 with multiplicity 2 and -2 with multiplicity 1 this it touches at 0 and goes through at 2
(c) Find the y-intercept. Y intercept= the values you get when x=0, therefore the y-intercept is 0
f(x) = x2(x + 2)
5
For the data set shown by the table,
a. Create a scatter plot for the data. (You do not need to submit the scatter plot)
b. Use the scatter plot to determine whether an exponential function or a logarithmic function is the best choice for modeling the data.
Logarithmic function
Number of Homes Built in a Town by Year
6
Verify the identity. Show your work.
(1 + tan2u)(1 - sin2u) = 1
Sec^2u*cos^2u=1/cos^2u*cos^2u
7
Verify the identity. Show your work.
cot2x + csc2x = 2csc2x – 1
Csc x is cosecx
Cot^2x+1=cosec^2x
Lhs=cot^2x+cosec^2x+cosec^2x
Cot^2x+cosec^x=1+2cosec^2x
8
Verify the identity. Show your work.
1 + sec2xsin2x = sec2x
Sec^2x=1/cos^2x
Sec^2xsin^x=sin^2x/cos^2x=tan^2x
1+tan^2x=sex^2x
9
Verify the identity. Show your work.
cos(α - β) - cos(α + β) = 2 sin α sin β
cos(a-b)=cos(a)*cos(b)+sin(a)*sin(b)
cos(a+b)=cos(.

Demo_Teaching_Mathematics_Powerpoint.pptx

This summary provides the key details from the document in 3 sentences:
The document contains an opening prayer thanking God for the day and asking for guidance and inspiration as the students listen, learn, and complete their work. It then lists various classroom activities and assignments related to solving word problems involving factors of polynomials. The final part describes a group activity where students are asked to design and present cylindrical trash containers to support the school's environmental advocacy program.

HUM110HM—Assignment 2 Directions After watching the Wate.docx

This document provides instructions for an assignment analyzing the episode "Water Parks" from the TV show Malcolm in the Middle. Students are asked to write an essay of at least 700 words answering questions about integrity based on their own definition and analyzing the integrity of characters' decisions in the episode. Guidelines state the essay must be typed, double-spaced, and follow MLA format without using outside research or the module overviews. The assignment is due by Sunday at 11:59 PM EST/EDT and will be submitted to Turnitin. A grading rubric is also provided.

PROJECT MATH 210 VITALIS

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2. Exponential functions play a role in areas like population growth, banking/finance, and modeling natural phenomena. They were first recorded in use in the 16th century.
3. The power of exponential growth is exemplified through examples like payment doubling each day or rice grains on a chessboard. While starting small, the amounts grow enormously through exponential growth.

Psyc 354 Success Begins / snaptutorial.com

This homework assignment involves completing conceptual questions about statistics, sampling, and probability. It also involves analyzing real data sets in SPSS and interpreting the results. Students are asked to enter data, run analyses including frequencies, descriptive statistics, and graphs. They must interpret the central tendency, dispersion, distribution and outliers of the data. The assignment assesses students' understanding of key statistical concepts and their ability to apply statistical procedures in SPSS and draw conclusions from the results.

Aplicaciones de la derivada - Cálculo diferencial e integral

This document is a report on the application of calculus derivatives in engineering problems related to biotechnology. It presents 3 problems involving optimization to find minimum or maximum values related to biotechnology situations. The report analyzes the methods used to apply derivatives to solve the problems, graphs the functions, and concludes that derivative applications are effective for solving practical problems in fields like biotechnology engineering.

Psyc 354 Massive Success / snaptutorial.com

Homework 1
Introduction to Statistics
Be sure you have reviewed this module/week’s lesson and presentations before proceeding to the homework exercises. Number all responses. Review the “Homework Instructions: General” document for an example of how homework assignments must look.
Homework 1 does not include any SPSS output and consists only of Part I.

Genmath11_Q1_Mod1_IntroToFunctions_Version 3.pdf

The document provides information about functions and relations, including definitions and examples of representing real-world situations with functions. It discusses writing function rules from tables of data and representing relationships between variables with equations. Examples are given of determining whether relations qualify as functions based on their ordered pairs, tables of values, or mapping diagrams.

410629531-G9-WEEK-3 dll.doc

This document provides a daily lesson log for a Grade 9 mathematics class. It outlines the objectives, content, learning resources and procedures for lessons on the nature of roots of quadratic equations, including the sum and product of roots, and equations that can be transformed into quadratic equations. Key concepts covered are using the discriminant to characterize roots, the relationship between coefficients and roots, and solving various types of equations. Examples and follow-up questions are provided to discuss and practice the new skills.

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This document discusses applications of calculus in biotechnology and electronics/automation careers. It provides examples of how derivatives are used in areas like optimizing production costs, modeling chemical reaction rates, and analyzing resonant circuits. Three practice problems are developed applying derivatives to optimization problems in biotechnology involving tube volume, fertilizer production, and circuit voltage. The document concludes the derivative is important across fields for optimizing factors like money, materials, labor, and time.

Ijarcet vol-2-issue-4-1579-1582

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Exponential growth student version

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2) It explains that changing a stretches or compresses the graph vertically, changing h shifts the graph left or right, and changing k shifts the graph up or down.
3) Examples are given of exponential growth scenarios involving bacteria reproduction and how changes to the starting amount, time, or vertical shift would be represented by transformations to the parameters a, h, and k.

Evaluating algebraic expression

Urban agriculture can be defined as the growing of plants and raising of animals within and around cities. It is integrated into the urban economic and ecological system by using urban resources like organic waste and wastewater, employing urban residents, and having direct links to urban consumers. Urban agriculture is an integral part of the urban system rather than a relic of the past or brought by rural immigrants, as it increases along with city growth.

Operation research - Chapter 01

The document discusses operations research and linear programming. It defines operations research as a scientific approach to determine the optimal solution to decision problems with limited resources. Linear programming is then introduced as a type of mathematical modeling where the objective function and constraints are linear. The key aspects of a linear programming problem are defined as the decision variables, objective function to maximize or minimize, and constraints. Graphical solutions and examples of linear programming problems are also provided.

This quiz is open book and open notes/tutorialoutlet

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Math 107 Quiz 2 Spring 2017 OL4
Professor: Dr. Katiraie Name________________________________ Instructions: The quiz is worth 100 points. There are 10 problems, each worth 10 points. Your score
will be posted in your Portfolio with comments.

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College Algebra MATH 107 Spring, 2016, V4.7 Page 1 of .docx

College Algebra MATH 107 Spring, 2016, V4.7
Page 1 of 11
MATH 107 FINAL EXAMINATION
This is an open-book exam. You may refer to your text and other course materials as you work
on the exam, and you may use a calculator. You must complete the exam individually.
Neither collaboration nor consultation with others is allowed.
Record your answers and work on the separate answer sheet provided.
There are 30 problems.
Problems #1–12 are Multiple Choice.
Problems #13–21 are Short Answer. (Work not required to be shown)
Problems #22–30 are Short Answer with work required to be shown.
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1. Determine the domain and range of the piecewise function. 1. ______
A. Domain [–1, 3]; Range [–3, 1]
B. Domain [–1, 1]; Range [–1, 3]
C. Domain [–1/2, 0]; Range [–1, 0]
D. Domain [–3, 1]; Range [–1, 3]
2. Solve: 17 3x x+ = − 2. ______
A. No solution
B. −1
C. −7
D. −1, 8
2 4 -4
-2
-4
2
4
-2
College Algebra MATH 107 Spring, 2016, V4.7
Page 2 of 11
3. Determine the interval(s) on which the function is increasing. 3. ______
A. (–2, 4)
B. (–∞, –2) and (4, ∞)
C. (–3.6, 0) and (6.7, ∞)
D. (–3, 1)
4. Determine whether the graph of 7y x −= is symmetric with respect to the origin,
the x-axis, or the y-axis. 4. ______
A. not symmetric with respect to the x-axis, not symmetric with respect to the y-axis, and
not symmetric with respect to the origin
B. symmetric with respect to the x-axis only
C. symmetric with respect to the y-axis only
D. symmetric with respect to the origin only
5. Solve, and express the answer in interval notation: | 6 – 5x | ≤ 14. 5. ______
A. [–8/5, 4]
B. (–∞, −8/5] ∪ [4, ∞)
C. (–∞, –8/5]
D. [4, ∞)
College Algebra MATH 107 Spring, 2016, V4.7
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6. Which of the following represents the graph of 8x + 3y = 24 ? 6. ______
A. B.
C. D.
College Algebra MATH 107 Spring, 2016, V4.7
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7. Write a slope-intercept equation for a line parallel to the line x – 7y = 2 which passes through
the point (14, –9). 7. ______
A.
1
7
7
y x= − −
B. 7 89y x= − +
C.
1
9
7
y x= −
D.
1
11
7
y x= −
8. Which of the following best describes the graph? 8. ______
A. It is the graph of a function and it is one-to-one.
B. It is the graph of a function and it is not one-to-one.
C. It is not the graph of a function and it is one-to-one.
D. It is not the graph of a function and it is not one-to-one.
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9. Express as a single logarithm: 5 log y – log (x + 1) + log 1 9. ______
A.
log(5 )
log( 1)
y
x +
B. ( )log 5 y x−
C.
5
log
1
y
x
+
D.
5 ...

1st Quarter MATH 8 module

The document is a lesson plan on factoring polynomials from St. Mary's Academy. It begins with definitions of factoring and examples of factoring polynomials with a common monomial factor. It then discusses factoring by grouping, factoring the difference of two squares using the formula (x + y)(x - y), and factoring the sum or difference of two cubes using the formulas (a + b)(a^2 - ab + b^2) and (a - b)(a^2 + ab + b^2). It concludes with an example word problem involving factoring polynomials.

Multiplying Rational Expressions

This document contains a lesson plan for teaching multiplying rational expressions in Math 8. The lesson plan outlines the intended learning outcomes, learning content including subject matter and references, learning experiences such as classifying rational expressions, and an assignment for students to practice multiplying rational expressions. The lesson plan provides step-by-step instructions for multiplying rational expressions by factoring, canceling common factors, and simplifying the resulting expression.

Grade RubricPoint UniversityBUSI 555 Cost Management & Decision Ma.docx

Grade RubricPoint UniversityBUSI 555 Cost Management & Decision Making Week 3 Excel AssignmentChapters 6, 7 & 9Exercise or ProblemPointsPoints EarnedComments6.115
Dr. Paz: Instructor will enter points earned here6.1657.1857.1957.34159.29155000%
Ex 6-11Exercise 6.11Name:1.Select the appropriate accounts from the drop-down menus in the shaded cells in columns B and C.Enter the appropriate amounts in the shaded cells in columns I and J.Journal EntriesWork in Process—Encapsulating64,800Finished GoodsWork in Process—Mixing64,800Work in Process—BottlingWork in Process—EncapsulatingWork in Process—Bottling126,000Work in Process—MixingWork in Process—Encapsulating126,000Finished Goods194,400Work in Process—Bottling194,4002.Enter the appropriate amounts in the shaded cells in columns C, D, F, G, I, J, and L.T-accountsWIP—MixingWIP—EncapsulatingWIP—BottlingFinished Goods86,40064,80064,800126,000126,000194,400194,40079,20072,00021,60018,0003,600194,400
Ex 6.16Exercise 6.16Name:Enter the appropriate amounts in the shaded cells in column K.1.Physical Flow ScheduleUnitsUnits to account for:Units, beginning work in process80,000Units started95,000Units to account for175,000Units accounted for:Units completed and transferred out:Started and completed78,000From beginning work in process80,000Units in ending work in process17,000Total units accounted for175,000Enter the appropriate amounts in the shaded cells in columns E, G, I, and K.2.Equivalent Units - Weighted Average MethodMaterialsConversionUnits completed158,000158,000Units, ending work in process:Percent
Materials17,000x100%17,000Conversion17,000x25%4,250Equivalent units of output175,000162,2503.Equivalent Units - FIFO MethodMaterialsConversionUnits started and completed78,00078,000Units, beginning work in process:Percent
Materials80,000x0%0Conversion80,000x70%56,000Units, ending work in process:Materials17,000x100%17,000Conversion17,000x25%4,250Equivalent units of output95,000138,250
Ex 7.18Exercise 7.18Name:Enter the appropriate amounts in the gray-shaded cells. The essay answers will not be graded.1.Cost Driver InformationDept. ADept B.TotalYear 1Actual direct labor hours24,00036,00060,0002400036000Cost allocation ratios40%60%100%Year 2Actual direct labor hours25,00025,00050,0002500025000Cost allocation ratios50%50%100%Allocation Human Resources
DepartmentProducing DepartmentsYear 1Dept. ADept B.TotalActual Human Resources Costs$ 120,000120000Allocation to producing departmentsDept. A$ 120,000x40%$ 48,0000.4Dept. B$ 120,000x60%$ 72,0000.6Total$ 48,000$ 72,000$ 120,000Allocation Human Resources
DepartmentProducing DepartmentsYear 2Dept. ADept B.TotalActual Human Resources Costs$ 120,000120000Allocation to producing departmentsDept. A$ 120,000x50%$ 60,0000.5Dept. B$ 120,000x50%$ 60,0000.5Total$ 60,000$ 60,000$ 120,0002.The manager of department B is not controlling HR cost better than manager of depar ...

1. Jack is the principal. Mary is Jacks agent. Mary enters into

1. Jack is the principal. Mary is Jack's agent. Mary enters into a contract with Peter whereby Peter sells his house to Mary.
a. Under what circumstances will Jack be liable for this contract with Peter. That is, under what circumstances will Jack be required to pay Peter for the house?
b. Under what circumstances will Mary be liable for this contract with Peter. That is, under what circumstances will Mary be required to pay Peter for the house?.
2. Principal and agent are in principal's car. Principal is driving the car. Principal negligently injures a pedestrian who is lawfully crossing the street. Whom should the pedestrian sue? That is, who is likely liable to the pedestrian? Explain.
3. Principal and agent are in principal's car. Agent is driving the car. Agent negligently injures a pedestrian who is lawfully crossing the street. Whom should the pedestrian sue. That is, who is likely liable to the pedestrian? Explain.
4. Agent enters into a contract with Peter on behalf of principal whereby Agent purchases a house from Peter. Principal did not authorize this contract.
a. Should Peter sue principal to obtain payment for the purchase of the house? Explain.
b. Should Peter sue agent to obtain payment for the purchase of the house? Explain.
Chapter 33
Agency Liability
and Termination
Acct352 Sections 012, 015, 017
SPRING 2021
Clarkson/Miller, Business Law: Text and Cases, Fifteenth Edition. © 2021 Cengage. All Rights Reserved.
May not be scanned, copied or duplicated, or posted to a publicly accessible website, in whole or in part.
Clarkson/Miller, Business Law: Text and Cases, Fifteenth Edition. © 2021 Cengage. All Rights Reserved.
May not be scanned, copied or duplicated, or posted to a publicly accessible website, in whole or in part.
§1: LEARNING OBJECTIVES
• Describe how agency relationship is terminated
• Describe the duty of loyalty agents owe to principals
• Describe the principal’s liability to third parties for tortious conduct of agent
and independent contractors
• Describe the agent’s liability to third parties stemming from breach of
contract
• Describe how independent contractor status is created
• Describe the principal’s liability for the tortious conduct of an independent
contractor
• Describe the principal’s liability for the contracts created by an independent
contractor
Clarkson/Miller, Business Law: Text and Cases, Fifteenth Edition. © 2021 Cengage. All Rights Reserved.
May not be scanned, copied or duplicated, or posted to a publicly accessible website, in whole or in part.
§2: Liability of Agent to Principal
Agents owe to their principals a duty of loyalty. This is a fiduciary duty to not act
adversely to the interests of the principal
• An agent acts adversely to the interests of her principal when she does any of the
following
• Self-dealing
• Usurps an opportunity of the principal
• Competes with the principal
• Misuses the principal’s confidential informati ...

1. IntroversionScore 11 pts.4 - 22 pts.Feedback Some peop

1. Introversion
Score : 11 pts.
4 - 22 pts.
Feedback: Some people thrive in teleworking arrangements, whereas others discover that it is neither a satisfying nor productive work environment for them. This scale assesses three personal dispositions that are identified in the literature as characteristics of effective teleworkers: (a) high company alignment, (b) low social needs at work and (c) independent initiative.
Company alignment
Company alignment estimates the extent to which you follow company procedures and have values congruent with company values. The greater the alignment, the more likely that you can abide by company practices while working alone and with direct supervision. While some deviation from company practices may be appropriate, teleworkers need to agree with company values and provide work that is consistent with company expectations most of the time. Scores on this scale range from 4 to 20.
Extroversion
Score: 17 pts.
4 - 22 pts.
Feedback: Low individualism
Individualism refers to the extent that you value independence and personal uniqueness. Highly individualist people value personal freedom, self-sufficiency, control over their own lives, and appreciation of their unique qualities that distinguish them from others.
However, keep in mind that the average level of individualism is higher in some cultures (such as Australia) than in others.
2. Total score: 8 pts.
RANGE BASED FEEDBACK:
6-12 pts.
Feedback: Low work centrality
People with high work centrality define themselves mainly by their work roles and view non-work roles as much less significant. Consequently, people with a high work centrality score likely have lower complexity in their self-concept. This can be a concern because if something goes wrong with their work role, their non-work roles are not of sufficient value to maintain a positive self-evaluation. At the same time, work dominates our work lives, so those with very low scores would be more of the exception than the rule in most societies. Scores range from 6 to 36 with higher scores indicating higher work centrality. The norms in the following table are based on a large sample of Canadian employees (average score was 20.7). However, work centrality norms vary from one group to the next. For example, the average score in a sample of Canadian nurses was around 17 (translated to the scale range used here).
3. Total score: 32 pts.
RANGE BASED FEEDBACK:
28-32 pts.
Feedback: High need for social approval
The need for social approval scale estimates the extent to which you are motivated to seek favourable evaluation from others. Founded on the drive to bond, the need for social approval is a secondary need, because people vary in this need based on their self-concept, values, personality and possibly social norms. This scale ranges from 0 to 32. How high or low is your need for social approval? The ideal would be to compare your score with the collective results of other students in your class. Otherwi ...

1. International financial investors are moving funds from Talona

1. International financial investors are moving funds from Talona to other countries. This depreciation is causing even more disenchantment with this Talona's currency. Describe the affects will this have on the supply and demand curves for this currency on the foreign exchange markets?
2. Using a supply and demand diagram, demonstrate how a negative externality leads to market inefficiency. How might the government help to eliminate this inefficiency?
3. Briefly discuss the shortcomings of environmental command-and-control regulations.
4. Some data that at first might seem puzzling: The share of GDP devoted to investment was similar for the United States and South Korea from 1960-1991. However, during these same years South Korea had a 6 percent growth rate of average annual income per person, while the United States had only a 2 percent growth rate. If the saving rates were the same, why were the growth rates so different?
5. “Block Imports—Save Jobs for Some Americans, Lose a Roughly Equal Number of Jobs for Other Americans, and Also Pay High Prices.” Discuss this statement within the context of protectionism.
6. Steve and Craig have been shipwrecked on a deserted island in the South Pacific. Their economic activity consists of either gathering pineapples or fishing. We know Steve can catch four fish in one hour or harvest two baskets of pineapples. In the same time Craig can reel in two fish or harvest two baskets of pineapples.
Assume Craig and Steve both operate on straight-line production possibilities curves. What is Steve's opportunity cost of producing a basket of pineapples? Of a producing a fish? What is Craig's opportunity cost of producing a basket of pineapples? Of a producing a fish?
7. Provide examples of market-oriented environmental policies.
Running head: SC PLAN 1
SC PLAN 4
SC PLAN
Student’s Name
Institution Affiliation
SC PLAN
1. Describe the actions you will take to increase your net cash flows in the near future.
The first step is to reduce living expenditures. It is critical to lessen the amount spent on living expenses and other variables and save for future use. I will have to prevent luxuries such as vacation costs or keep them in check to avoid spending a hefty amount on them. I should check the option to cook for myself and avoid buying food. Also, I will choose a destination I can drive myself to save on rental car expenditures and airfare. I will have a detailed budget indicating the amount required for savings, debt repayment, and investment that will assist only to spend the money on essential expenditures. Further, the savings can help to start a business and become self-employed in the distant future.
I would have to look for a job that pays well or engage in a robust salary negotiation. The right time to negotiate for salary is during a performance review, compensation meeting, or job promotion (Bellon, Cookson, Gilje, & Heimer, 2020). I will ensure that I expand my education and technic ...

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1. The document discusses exponential functions and their applications in economics. It provides background on exponential functions, examples of how they are used, and their importance.
2. Exponential functions play a role in areas like population growth, banking/finance, and modeling natural phenomena. They were first recorded in use in the 16th century.
3. The power of exponential growth is exemplified through examples like payment doubling each day or rice grains on a chessboard. While starting small, the amounts grow enormously through exponential growth.

Psyc 354 Success Begins / snaptutorial.com

This homework assignment involves completing conceptual questions about statistics, sampling, and probability. It also involves analyzing real data sets in SPSS and interpreting the results. Students are asked to enter data, run analyses including frequencies, descriptive statistics, and graphs. They must interpret the central tendency, dispersion, distribution and outliers of the data. The assignment assesses students' understanding of key statistical concepts and their ability to apply statistical procedures in SPSS and draw conclusions from the results.

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Homework 1
Introduction to Statistics
Be sure you have reviewed this module/week’s lesson and presentations before proceeding to the homework exercises. Number all responses. Review the “Homework Instructions: General” document for an example of how homework assignments must look.
Homework 1 does not include any SPSS output and consists only of Part I.

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410629531-G9-WEEK-3 dll.doc

This document provides a daily lesson log for a Grade 9 mathematics class. It outlines the objectives, content, learning resources and procedures for lessons on the nature of roots of quadratic equations, including the sum and product of roots, and equations that can be transformed into quadratic equations. Key concepts covered are using the discriminant to characterize roots, the relationship between coefficients and roots, and solving various types of equations. Examples and follow-up questions are provided to discuss and practice the new skills.

Taller 2

This document discusses applications of calculus in biotechnology and electronics/automation careers. It provides examples of how derivatives are used in areas like optimizing production costs, modeling chemical reaction rates, and analyzing resonant circuits. Three practice problems are developed applying derivatives to optimization problems in biotechnology involving tube volume, fertilizer production, and circuit voltage. The document concludes the derivative is important across fields for optimizing factors like money, materials, labor, and time.

Ijarcet vol-2-issue-4-1579-1582

This document discusses using Lagrange interpolation to estimate missing values in datasets. It begins with an introduction to missing data problems and common techniques for handling missing values like deletion, mean substitution, and more. It then explains Lagrange interpolation, which uses known data points to estimate values at unknown points. The algorithm for Lagrange interpolation is presented. An example using years of experience and salary data to estimate salary for 10 years of experience is shown. The document concludes that Lagrange interpolation can be used to estimate missing values in preprocessing if the relationship between attributes is uniform. Limitations are noted if the relationship is not uniform.

Exponential growth student version

1) The document discusses exponential growth functions and how changing the parameters a, h, and k transforms the graph of the exponential function f(x) = abx-h + k.
2) It explains that changing a stretches or compresses the graph vertically, changing h shifts the graph left or right, and changing k shifts the graph up or down.
3) Examples are given of exponential growth scenarios involving bacteria reproduction and how changes to the starting amount, time, or vertical shift would be represented by transformations to the parameters a, h, and k.

Evaluating algebraic expression

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Operation research - Chapter 01

The document discusses operations research and linear programming. It defines operations research as a scientific approach to determine the optimal solution to decision problems with limited resources. Linear programming is then introduced as a type of mathematical modeling where the objective function and constraints are linear. The key aspects of a linear programming problem are defined as the decision variables, objective function to maximize or minimize, and constraints. Graphical solutions and examples of linear programming problems are also provided.

This quiz is open book and open notes/tutorialoutlet

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Math 107 Quiz 2 Spring 2017 OL4
Professor: Dr. Katiraie Name________________________________ Instructions: The quiz is worth 100 points. There are 10 problems, each worth 10 points. Your score
will be posted in your Portfolio with comments.

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Newbold_chap14.ppt

This chapter discusses additional topics in regression analysis including model building methodology, dummy variables, experimental design, lagged dependent variables, specification bias, multicollinearity, and residual analysis. It explains the stages of model building as model specification, coefficient estimation, model verification, and interpretation. Dummy variables are used to represent categorical variables with more than two levels. Lagged dependent variables are incorporated in time series models. Specification bias and multicollinearity can impact regression results if not addressed. Residuals are examined to verify regression assumptions.

Chapitre07_Solutions.pdf

This document provides answers to exercises from Chapter 7 of the textbook "Stock/Watson - Introduction to Econometrics 4th Edition". The answers include calculations and results from hypothesis tests of coefficients in regression models. Key findings include that smoking is associated with lower birthweight, even after controlling for other factors. Regressions also indicate height has a positive effect on earnings for men but this effect decreases substantially for women once education is controlled for, consistent with omitted variable bias.

College Algebra MATH 107 Spring, 2016, V4.7 Page 1 of .docx

College Algebra MATH 107 Spring, 2016, V4.7
Page 1 of 11
MATH 107 FINAL EXAMINATION
This is an open-book exam. You may refer to your text and other course materials as you work
on the exam, and you may use a calculator. You must complete the exam individually.
Neither collaboration nor consultation with others is allowed.
Record your answers and work on the separate answer sheet provided.
There are 30 problems.
Problems #1–12 are Multiple Choice.
Problems #13–21 are Short Answer. (Work not required to be shown)
Problems #22–30 are Short Answer with work required to be shown.
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1. Determine the domain and range of the piecewise function. 1. ______
A. Domain [–1, 3]; Range [–3, 1]
B. Domain [–1, 1]; Range [–1, 3]
C. Domain [–1/2, 0]; Range [–1, 0]
D. Domain [–3, 1]; Range [–1, 3]
2. Solve: 17 3x x+ = − 2. ______
A. No solution
B. −1
C. −7
D. −1, 8
2 4 -4
-2
-4
2
4
-2
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3. Determine the interval(s) on which the function is increasing. 3. ______
A. (–2, 4)
B. (–∞, –2) and (4, ∞)
C. (–3.6, 0) and (6.7, ∞)
D. (–3, 1)
4. Determine whether the graph of 7y x −= is symmetric with respect to the origin,
the x-axis, or the y-axis. 4. ______
A. not symmetric with respect to the x-axis, not symmetric with respect to the y-axis, and
not symmetric with respect to the origin
B. symmetric with respect to the x-axis only
C. symmetric with respect to the y-axis only
D. symmetric with respect to the origin only
5. Solve, and express the answer in interval notation: | 6 – 5x | ≤ 14. 5. ______
A. [–8/5, 4]
B. (–∞, −8/5] ∪ [4, ∞)
C. (–∞, –8/5]
D. [4, ∞)
College Algebra MATH 107 Spring, 2016, V4.7
Page 3 of 11
6. Which of the following represents the graph of 8x + 3y = 24 ? 6. ______
A. B.
C. D.
College Algebra MATH 107 Spring, 2016, V4.7
Page 4 of 11
7. Write a slope-intercept equation for a line parallel to the line x – 7y = 2 which passes through
the point (14, –9). 7. ______
A.
1
7
7
y x= − −
B. 7 89y x= − +
C.
1
9
7
y x= −
D.
1
11
7
y x= −
8. Which of the following best describes the graph? 8. ______
A. It is the graph of a function and it is one-to-one.
B. It is the graph of a function and it is not one-to-one.
C. It is not the graph of a function and it is one-to-one.
D. It is not the graph of a function and it is not one-to-one.
College Algebra MATH 107 Spring, 2016, V4.7
Page 5 of 11
9. Express as a single logarithm: 5 log y – log (x + 1) + log 1 9. ______
A.
log(5 )
log( 1)
y
x +
B. ( )log 5 y x−
C.
5
log
1
y
x
+
D.
5 ...

1st Quarter MATH 8 module

The document is a lesson plan on factoring polynomials from St. Mary's Academy. It begins with definitions of factoring and examples of factoring polynomials with a common monomial factor. It then discusses factoring by grouping, factoring the difference of two squares using the formula (x + y)(x - y), and factoring the sum or difference of two cubes using the formulas (a + b)(a^2 - ab + b^2) and (a - b)(a^2 + ab + b^2). It concludes with an example word problem involving factoring polynomials.

Multiplying Rational Expressions

This document contains a lesson plan for teaching multiplying rational expressions in Math 8. The lesson plan outlines the intended learning outcomes, learning content including subject matter and references, learning experiences such as classifying rational expressions, and an assignment for students to practice multiplying rational expressions. The lesson plan provides step-by-step instructions for multiplying rational expressions by factoring, canceling common factors, and simplifying the resulting expression.

Grade RubricPoint UniversityBUSI 555 Cost Management & Decision Ma.docx

Grade RubricPoint UniversityBUSI 555 Cost Management & Decision Making Week 3 Excel AssignmentChapters 6, 7 & 9Exercise or ProblemPointsPoints EarnedComments6.115
Dr. Paz: Instructor will enter points earned here6.1657.1857.1957.34159.29155000%
Ex 6-11Exercise 6.11Name:1.Select the appropriate accounts from the drop-down menus in the shaded cells in columns B and C.Enter the appropriate amounts in the shaded cells in columns I and J.Journal EntriesWork in Process—Encapsulating64,800Finished GoodsWork in Process—Mixing64,800Work in Process—BottlingWork in Process—EncapsulatingWork in Process—Bottling126,000Work in Process—MixingWork in Process—Encapsulating126,000Finished Goods194,400Work in Process—Bottling194,4002.Enter the appropriate amounts in the shaded cells in columns C, D, F, G, I, J, and L.T-accountsWIP—MixingWIP—EncapsulatingWIP—BottlingFinished Goods86,40064,80064,800126,000126,000194,400194,40079,20072,00021,60018,0003,600194,400
Ex 6.16Exercise 6.16Name:Enter the appropriate amounts in the shaded cells in column K.1.Physical Flow ScheduleUnitsUnits to account for:Units, beginning work in process80,000Units started95,000Units to account for175,000Units accounted for:Units completed and transferred out:Started and completed78,000From beginning work in process80,000Units in ending work in process17,000Total units accounted for175,000Enter the appropriate amounts in the shaded cells in columns E, G, I, and K.2.Equivalent Units - Weighted Average MethodMaterialsConversionUnits completed158,000158,000Units, ending work in process:Percent
Materials17,000x100%17,000Conversion17,000x25%4,250Equivalent units of output175,000162,2503.Equivalent Units - FIFO MethodMaterialsConversionUnits started and completed78,00078,000Units, beginning work in process:Percent
Materials80,000x0%0Conversion80,000x70%56,000Units, ending work in process:Materials17,000x100%17,000Conversion17,000x25%4,250Equivalent units of output95,000138,250
Ex 7.18Exercise 7.18Name:Enter the appropriate amounts in the gray-shaded cells. The essay answers will not be graded.1.Cost Driver InformationDept. ADept B.TotalYear 1Actual direct labor hours24,00036,00060,0002400036000Cost allocation ratios40%60%100%Year 2Actual direct labor hours25,00025,00050,0002500025000Cost allocation ratios50%50%100%Allocation Human Resources
DepartmentProducing DepartmentsYear 1Dept. ADept B.TotalActual Human Resources Costs$ 120,000120000Allocation to producing departmentsDept. A$ 120,000x40%$ 48,0000.4Dept. B$ 120,000x60%$ 72,0000.6Total$ 48,000$ 72,000$ 120,000Allocation Human Resources
DepartmentProducing DepartmentsYear 2Dept. ADept B.TotalActual Human Resources Costs$ 120,000120000Allocation to producing departmentsDept. A$ 120,000x50%$ 60,0000.5Dept. B$ 120,000x50%$ 60,0000.5Total$ 60,000$ 60,000$ 120,0002.The manager of department B is not controlling HR cost better than manager of depar ...

PROJECT MATH 210 VITALIS

PROJECT MATH 210 VITALIS

Psyc 354 Success Begins / snaptutorial.com

Psyc 354 Success Begins / snaptutorial.com

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Aplicaciones de la derivada - Cálculo diferencial e integral

Psyc 354 Massive Success / snaptutorial.com

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Ijarcet vol-2-issue-4-1579-1582

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Exponential growth student version

Exponential growth student version

Evaluating algebraic expression

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Operation research - Chapter 01

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College Algebra MATH 107 Spring, 2016, V4.7 Page 1 of .docx

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1st Quarter MATH 8 module

1st Quarter MATH 8 module

Multiplying Rational Expressions

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Grade RubricPoint UniversityBUSI 555 Cost Management & Decision Ma.docx

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1. Jack is the principal. Mary is Jacks agent. Mary enters into

1. Jack is the principal. Mary is Jack's agent. Mary enters into a contract with Peter whereby Peter sells his house to Mary.
a. Under what circumstances will Jack be liable for this contract with Peter. That is, under what circumstances will Jack be required to pay Peter for the house?
b. Under what circumstances will Mary be liable for this contract with Peter. That is, under what circumstances will Mary be required to pay Peter for the house?.
2. Principal and agent are in principal's car. Principal is driving the car. Principal negligently injures a pedestrian who is lawfully crossing the street. Whom should the pedestrian sue? That is, who is likely liable to the pedestrian? Explain.
3. Principal and agent are in principal's car. Agent is driving the car. Agent negligently injures a pedestrian who is lawfully crossing the street. Whom should the pedestrian sue. That is, who is likely liable to the pedestrian? Explain.
4. Agent enters into a contract with Peter on behalf of principal whereby Agent purchases a house from Peter. Principal did not authorize this contract.
a. Should Peter sue principal to obtain payment for the purchase of the house? Explain.
b. Should Peter sue agent to obtain payment for the purchase of the house? Explain.
Chapter 33
Agency Liability
and Termination
Acct352 Sections 012, 015, 017
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§1: LEARNING OBJECTIVES
• Describe how agency relationship is terminated
• Describe the duty of loyalty agents owe to principals
• Describe the principal’s liability to third parties for tortious conduct of agent
and independent contractors
• Describe the agent’s liability to third parties stemming from breach of
contract
• Describe how independent contractor status is created
• Describe the principal’s liability for the tortious conduct of an independent
contractor
• Describe the principal’s liability for the contracts created by an independent
contractor
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§2: Liability of Agent to Principal
Agents owe to their principals a duty of loyalty. This is a fiduciary duty to not act
adversely to the interests of the principal
• An agent acts adversely to the interests of her principal when she does any of the
following
• Self-dealing
• Usurps an opportunity of the principal
• Competes with the principal
• Misuses the principal’s confidential informati ...

1. IntroversionScore 11 pts.4 - 22 pts.Feedback Some peop

1. Introversion
Score : 11 pts.
4 - 22 pts.
Feedback: Some people thrive in teleworking arrangements, whereas others discover that it is neither a satisfying nor productive work environment for them. This scale assesses three personal dispositions that are identified in the literature as characteristics of effective teleworkers: (a) high company alignment, (b) low social needs at work and (c) independent initiative.
Company alignment
Company alignment estimates the extent to which you follow company procedures and have values congruent with company values. The greater the alignment, the more likely that you can abide by company practices while working alone and with direct supervision. While some deviation from company practices may be appropriate, teleworkers need to agree with company values and provide work that is consistent with company expectations most of the time. Scores on this scale range from 4 to 20.
Extroversion
Score: 17 pts.
4 - 22 pts.
Feedback: Low individualism
Individualism refers to the extent that you value independence and personal uniqueness. Highly individualist people value personal freedom, self-sufficiency, control over their own lives, and appreciation of their unique qualities that distinguish them from others.
However, keep in mind that the average level of individualism is higher in some cultures (such as Australia) than in others.
2. Total score: 8 pts.
RANGE BASED FEEDBACK:
6-12 pts.
Feedback: Low work centrality
People with high work centrality define themselves mainly by their work roles and view non-work roles as much less significant. Consequently, people with a high work centrality score likely have lower complexity in their self-concept. This can be a concern because if something goes wrong with their work role, their non-work roles are not of sufficient value to maintain a positive self-evaluation. At the same time, work dominates our work lives, so those with very low scores would be more of the exception than the rule in most societies. Scores range from 6 to 36 with higher scores indicating higher work centrality. The norms in the following table are based on a large sample of Canadian employees (average score was 20.7). However, work centrality norms vary from one group to the next. For example, the average score in a sample of Canadian nurses was around 17 (translated to the scale range used here).
3. Total score: 32 pts.
RANGE BASED FEEDBACK:
28-32 pts.
Feedback: High need for social approval
The need for social approval scale estimates the extent to which you are motivated to seek favourable evaluation from others. Founded on the drive to bond, the need for social approval is a secondary need, because people vary in this need based on their self-concept, values, personality and possibly social norms. This scale ranges from 0 to 32. How high or low is your need for social approval? The ideal would be to compare your score with the collective results of other students in your class. Otherwi ...

1. International financial investors are moving funds from Talona

1. International financial investors are moving funds from Talona to other countries. This depreciation is causing even more disenchantment with this Talona's currency. Describe the affects will this have on the supply and demand curves for this currency on the foreign exchange markets?
2. Using a supply and demand diagram, demonstrate how a negative externality leads to market inefficiency. How might the government help to eliminate this inefficiency?
3. Briefly discuss the shortcomings of environmental command-and-control regulations.
4. Some data that at first might seem puzzling: The share of GDP devoted to investment was similar for the United States and South Korea from 1960-1991. However, during these same years South Korea had a 6 percent growth rate of average annual income per person, while the United States had only a 2 percent growth rate. If the saving rates were the same, why were the growth rates so different?
5. “Block Imports—Save Jobs for Some Americans, Lose a Roughly Equal Number of Jobs for Other Americans, and Also Pay High Prices.” Discuss this statement within the context of protectionism.
6. Steve and Craig have been shipwrecked on a deserted island in the South Pacific. Their economic activity consists of either gathering pineapples or fishing. We know Steve can catch four fish in one hour or harvest two baskets of pineapples. In the same time Craig can reel in two fish or harvest two baskets of pineapples.
Assume Craig and Steve both operate on straight-line production possibilities curves. What is Steve's opportunity cost of producing a basket of pineapples? Of a producing a fish? What is Craig's opportunity cost of producing a basket of pineapples? Of a producing a fish?
7. Provide examples of market-oriented environmental policies.
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SC PLAN 4
SC PLAN
Student’s Name
Institution Affiliation
SC PLAN
1. Describe the actions you will take to increase your net cash flows in the near future.
The first step is to reduce living expenditures. It is critical to lessen the amount spent on living expenses and other variables and save for future use. I will have to prevent luxuries such as vacation costs or keep them in check to avoid spending a hefty amount on them. I should check the option to cook for myself and avoid buying food. Also, I will choose a destination I can drive myself to save on rental car expenditures and airfare. I will have a detailed budget indicating the amount required for savings, debt repayment, and investment that will assist only to spend the money on essential expenditures. Further, the savings can help to start a business and become self-employed in the distant future.
I would have to look for a job that pays well or engage in a robust salary negotiation. The right time to negotiate for salary is during a performance review, compensation meeting, or job promotion (Bellon, Cookson, Gilje, & Heimer, 2020). I will ensure that I expand my education and technic ...

1. Interventionstreatment· The viral pinkeye does not need any

1. Interventions/treatment
· The viral pinkeye does not need any medication
· The bacterial pinkeye is treated with ointment or eye droplets
2. Possible nursing diagnosis
· Checking the specific infection affecting the eye
· Identifying burning eyes
· Increased anxiety with red eyes
3. Sign and symptoms
· Eye irritation
· Eye tearing
· Eye redness
· Eye discomfort
4. Nursing Interventions
· Putting some droplets in the kid’s eye
· Using a antibiotic ointment
· Administering ibuprofen to the kid
5. Risk factors
· Allergies
· A women having an STD during pregnancy
· Exposing the child to areas with lots of bacteria
6. Pathophysiology
The infected eye shows through an inflammation that is swollen and red. The conjunctiva shows and this is the clear membrane seen in the part where the eye is white. It remains this way if not treated for a while before it ends with medication administered or just ends naturally.
7. Complications
· A scaring in the child’s eye if the conjunctivitis is caused by allergic reactions
· It can aggravate to cause different conditions such as meningitis
8. Diagnostic Procedure
· Administering the medicine using eye droplets
· Rubbing the eye area with the ointment
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1. Introduction and background information about solvatochromism u

1. Introduction and background information about solvatochromism using Reichardt’s dye? (400-500 words)
2. Discuss the properties of Reichardt’s dye that cause it to change its wavelength of maximum absorbance in the presence of solvents of differing polarities.
3. Discuss solvatochromism. Are there other dyes which exhibit this effect?
4. Would it be possible to use the wavelength of maximum absorbance in the presence of Reichardt’s dye to determine the water content of acetone solutions?
...

1. Integrity, the basic principle of healthcare leadership.Conta

1. Integrity, the basic principle of healthcare leadership.
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Integrity of any organization regardless whether it is in healthcare or business or government is paramount. Because of integrity comes trust. Having trust in a healthcare organization is nonnegotiable. It is the foundation of a world-class organization. Executives who ignore ethics run the risk of personal and corporate liability in today’s increasingly tough legal environment (Lynn S. Paine, 1994, Managing for Organizational Integrity, pp. 2-21)
First, the healthcare organization. The healthcare organization is the head or the governing body. It is charged of day-to-day functions, establish policies, guidance, business process, safety, security and all the administrative duties. Integrity is and must be the cornerstone of any healthcare organization. Without it, no clinicians or workers that would knowingly work for an organization that they cannot trust or feel safe. And most importantly, if the patients do not have trust in the organization, they will avoid that facility at all cost.
Second, the clinicians. The clinicians are what makes the organization or facility function. Whether they are the providers, nurses or staff it is important that they have the integrity to always do what is right not only for the healthcare team or the organization, but most specially for the patient. It starts with the clinical leaders building trust to their subordinate staff by having the integrity and values of what a leader should be. Once that is established, then it permeates throughout the entire team. Thereby improving the healthcare delivery.
Lastly, and the most important is the patient. At the center of the entire system needs to be the patient. Once the patient recognizes the integrity or values of the healthcare organization and the clinicians delivering healthcare, patient trust is established. The patient satisfaction also increases. According to Cowing, Davino-Ramaya, Ramaya, Szmerekovsky, 2009, pp.72, “if patients are satisfied with clinician-patient interactions, they are likely to be more compliant with their treatment plan, to understand their role in the recovery process, and to follow through with the recommended treatment”. Having integrity or values in the healthcare delivery is the basic principle of healthcare leadership.
Cowing, M., Davino-Ramaya, C. M., Ramaya, K., & Szmerekovsky, J. (2009). Health care delivery performance: service, outcomes, and resource stewardship. The Permanente Journal, 13(4), 72–78. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2911834/
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1. Information organized and placed in a logical sequence (10 po

1.
Information organized and placed in a logical sequence (10 points)
Points Awarded
2.
Demonstrated knowledge of ethical dilemma presented by:
2a. Summarized the situation (10)
2b. Explained the ethical dilemma (5)
2c. Solved the problem as a professional RN (15)
3.
Responses supported with specific ANA Codes
(20)
4.
Visual aids professional, visually interesting
& aided in understanding material; proper grammar/spelling/punctuation-no more than 2 errors in presentation(10)
5.
Maintained eye contact of audience (10)
6.
Voice clear & audible (10)
7.
Encouraged class participation (5)
8.
Reference slide that includes references in APA
format (5)
Total points possible = 100
NSG 100
Case Study in-class Presentations Assignment
1): Moral Courage with a Dying Patient
Mr. T. is an 82-year-old widower who has been a patient on your unit several times over the past 5 years. His CHF, COPD, and diabetes have taken a toll on his body. He now needs oxygen 24 hours a day and still has dyspnea and tachycardia at rest. On admission, his ejection fraction is less than 20%, EKG shows a QRS interval of greater than 0.13 seconds, and his functional class is IV on NYHA assessment.
He has remained symptomatic despite maximum medical management with a vasodilator and diuretics. He tells you, "This is my last trip; I am glad I have made peace with my family and God. Nurse, I am ready to die." You ask about an advance directive and he tells you his son knows that he wants no heroics, but they just have never gotten around to filling out the form. When the son arrives, you suggest that he speak with the social worker to complete the advance directive and he agrees reluctantly. You page the physician to discuss DNR status with the son. Unfortunately, Mr. T. experiences cardiac arrest before the discussion occurs and you watch helplessly as members of the Code Blue Team perform resuscitation. Mr. T. is now on a ventilator and the son has dissolved into tears with cries of, "Do not let him die!"
2): Moral Courage to Confront Bullying
Melissa started on the unit as a new graduate 5 weeks ago. She is still in orientation and has a good relationship with her preceptor. The preceptor has been assigned consistently to Melissa for most of the last 4 weeks, but due to family emergency has not been available in the last week. Melissa has been told that she will be precepted by a different nurse for the remainder of her orientation. The new preceptor has not been welcoming, supportive, or focused on the educational goals of the orientation. In fact, this new preceptor has voiced to all who will listen her feelings about the incompetence of new BSN graduates. The crisis occurs when Melissa fails to recognize a patient's confusion as a result of an adverse medication effect. The preceptor berates Melissa in the nurses' station, makes sarcastic comments in shift report abou ...

1. In our grant application, we included the following interventio

1. In our grant application, we included the following interventions as our evidence-based programs: Family Therapy (to promote family acceptance and support, a key factor for overall health outcomes for this population), Motivational Interviewing (to address higher co-occurrence of substance use concerns), Trauma-Focused Treatment (including EMDR Therapy and TF-CBT, to address higher rates of complex trauma including from systemic oppression), and CBT (a gold standard treatment modality, but adapted to meet the needs of our client population by incorporating elements of
Solution
s-Focused or Narrative approaches to make it more strengths-based).
For questions 2-4, you would need to do some of your own research in the literature on these treatment modalities and determine for yourself if there were best practices that should be incorporated into the plan used at the agency.
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1. I believe that the protagonist is Nel because she is the one th

1. I believe that the protagonist is Nel because she is the one that goes through different changes throughout the book. I also think she is the protagonist because most people can relate to her more. Nel was done wrong by Sula and her husband Jude Green. Sula did the one thing that a best friend should never do and, that is sleep with your best friend's husband. Even though Sula did a terrible thing Nel still cares about her best friend because she goes and visits her when she is sick even after all the pain she caused her. Nel is also deeply saddened when she visits Sulas grave. That is not the only thing that happened to Nel. Nel not only had to deal with the affair but also accepted her guilt in Chicken Little's drowning. But in the end, Nel realized she enjoyed watching him drown.
Everything changed when Sula came back to Nels life. Nel was happy before. She was happy with her family and her husband, but when Sula came back that all changed. After the affair and Sulas death, Nel was alone. Nel became a single mother and, she no longer has a good relationship with another man.
2. I believe that although the title of the story is Sula, the main protaginist of the story is Nel. Nel is kept until the end of the story and Sulay passes away and exit's the story. I think in this pivitol moment is when the author wanted to make Nel the main character. Nel contained her emotion until towards the end of the story when she has a conversation with Eva, Nel nervously comments "Who told you all these lies? Miss Peace? Who told you? Why are you telling lies on me?" I believe the author wanted us to feel the anxiousness and wonder that Nel found out that somebody finally knew about the little boy being thrown. I believe this admission of guilt to Eva brings closure to Nel. Nel was trying to hide her emotions the entire time and it wasn't after being confronted that she broke down about it and visited Sulay's grave. Nel even stated "I don't know. No." when asked whether somebody saw the boy being thrown into the river. This shows that Nel was not sure at all in the moment it happened whether somebody knew. Nel wanted to not think about what happen forever and try to mute the situation but Eva bringing it up, made Nel feel terrible about what happened which is why she ended up visting Sulay's grave. I think muting herself from knowing the little boy was thrown was still not a 'good' way to look at it, from her end. She wanted to believe a lie by just pretending it never happened. It wasn't after someone brought up the situation to her that her feelings change.
3. Although the novel is titled Sula, the real protagonist is Nel because she is the one who is transformed by the end. Sula and Nel were very great friends and were very dedicated to each other. But they were also very different. Nel was known as the more mature and "good person" while Sula is more impulsive. "Nel is the product of a family that believes deeply in social conventions, hers is a st ...

1. How does CO2 and other greenhouse gases promote global warmin

1. How does CO2 and other greenhouse gases promote global warming? Discuss your opinion on the use of geoengineering measures to mitigate the effects of global warming.
Your response should be at least 250 words in length.
2. How does CO2 and other greenhouse gases promote global warming? Discuss your opinion on the use of geoengineering measures to mitigate the effects of global warming.
Your response should be at least 250 words in length.
Raw DataNamePayResponsibilitiesSupervisionGenderDepartmentRudolph211MaleAccountingOlga211FemaleAccountingInstructionsErnest211MaleAccountingEmily211FemaleAccountingThe sheet labeled "Raw Data" lists 366 employees and their rating (1-5) of their satisfaction with their Pay, Responsibilities, and Supervision. A rating of 5 is the highest satisfaction.Bobby211MaleAccountingRaw Data also includes the Gender and Department for each employee.Benjamin211MaleAccountingBeatrice211FemaleAccountingInsert a new column in EKeith211MaleAccountingLabel this new column "Overall Satisfaction Rating"Hilda211FemaleAccountingFor each employee, compute the Overall Satisfaction Rating as the Average of Pay, Responsibilities, and Supervision.Leslie311MaleAccountingFormat Overall Satisfaction Rating to one decimal place.Curtis311MaleAccountingAlice311FemaleAccountingOn a New sheet titled Results, create a Pivot Chart & Pivot TableSophie311FemaleAccountingAssign Gender to Columns, Department to rows, and Pay to Values. Change the value field setting from Sum to Average if necessary.Sally311FemaleAccountingSort the departments in descending order of satisfaction.Melvin311MaleAccountingCreate a title for the chart, which includes your last namePearl411FemaleAccountingBe sure your chart includes a legend for male & female employees, change male color to blue and female to orangeJohnny411MaleAccountingBe sure to include axis titlesEunice411FemaleAccountingFormat the vertical axis for a max of 5 and major tick marks at 1 and one decimal place.Opal212FemaleAccountingJulia212FemaleAccountingCreate a new sheet titled "Graphs".Jimmie212MaleAccountingCopy & Paste as Picture your graph of Pay SatisfactionEsther212FemaleAccountingAlbert212MaleAccountingAlter your Pivot chart/table to display Responsibilities Satisfaction. Change titles as needed.Mike212MaleAccountingPaste this chart on the Graphs sheetMarion212MaleAccountingJosephine212FemaleAccountingAlter your Pivot chart/table to display Supervision Satisfaction. Change titles as needed.Ida212FemaleAccountingPaste this chart on the Graphs sheetGerald212MaleAccountingCaroline212FemaleAccountingAlter your Pivot chart/table to display Overall Satisfaction. Change titles as needed.Alberta212FemaleAccountingPaste this chart on the Graphs sheetLeroy312MaleAccountingLeave Results sheet with the Pivot Table & Chart displaying the Overall Satisfaction.Anita312FemaleAccountingMildred412FemaleAccountingBeulah412FemaleAccountingAda412FemaleAccountingClayton212MaleAccountingWayne312MaleA ...

1. How do you think communication and the role of training address

1. How do you think communication and the role of training address performance gaps or training needs as it relates to how Adults learn?
2. There are many ways – or methods – available to gather data during a need’s assessment. Each one has advantages and disadvantages. What is important is to select the appropriate method based on your business problem. The most common methods for data gathering are:
· Document reviews or Extant Data Analysis – reviewing existing material like process maps, procedure guides, previous training material, etc.,
· Needs Assessment
· Interviews
· Focus groups
· Surveys
· Questionnaires
· Direct Observations
· Testing
· Subject Matter Expert Analysis
Select one of these data gathering methods to discuss and share what you see as the advantages and disadvantages associated with using the selected method.
1. Team teaching
In team teaching, both teachers are in the room at the same time but take turns teaching the whole class. Team teaching is sometimes called “tag team teaching.” You and your co-teacher teacher are a bit like co-presenters at a conference or the Oscars. You don’t necessarily plan who takes which part of the lesson, and when one of you makes a point, the other can jump in and elaborate if needed.
Team teaching can make you feel vulnerable. It asks you to step outside of your comfort zone and allow another teacher to see how you approach a classroom full of students. However, it also gives you the opportunity to learn about and improve your teaching skills by having a partner who can provide feedback and — in some cases — mentorship.
In team teaching, as well as the five other co-teaching models below, a teacher team may be made up of two general education teachers, two special education teachers, or one of each. Or, in some cases, it may be a teacher and a paraprofessional working together. Some IEPs specify that a student’s teaching team needs to include a general education teacher and a special education teacher.
Here’s what you need to know about the team teaching method:
What it looks like in the classroom
Both teachers teach at the front of the room and move about to check in with students (as needed).
Benefits
· Provides both teachers with an active instructional role
· Introduces students to complementary teaching styles and personalities
· Allows for lessons to be presented by two different people with different teaching styles
· Models multiple ways of presenting and engaging with information
· Models for students what a successful collaborative working relationship can look like
· Provides more opportunities to pursue teachable moments that may arise
Challenges
· Takes time and trust for teachers to build a working relationship that values each teacher equally in the classroom
· Necessitates a lot of planning time and coordination of schedules
· Requires teachers to have equal involvement not just in planning, but also in grading, which means assignments need to be evaluated ...

1. How brain meets its requirement for its energy in terms of well

1. How brain meets its requirement for its energy in terms of well-fed and during starvation or fasting?
2. Explain the utilization of different sources of energy in muscle during anaerobic and aerobic conditions of high physical activity and resting?
3. Why and how adipose tissue and kidney are significant for fuel metabolism?
4. Explain in detail why liver is significant for metabolism of mammals and how does it coordinate the different metabolic pathways essential for organism?
5. Explain the Cori cycle and glucose-alanine cycle for interorgan fuel metabolism?
...

1. Give an introduction to contemporary Chinese art (Talk a little

1. Give an introduction to contemporary Chinese art (Talk a little bit about some of the major changes in Chinese art)
2. Read the article that is provided. Do some research on the artist, Xu Bing. According to the article, give some background information about Xu Bing, and investigate the body of work.
3. Select one piece of his artwork to write about. It could be a traditional work of art, such as drawing, painting, or sculpture, or something more experimental like performance art, body art, or installation art.
4. Write a 3-page analysis of the artwork you select. The paper should have a short introduction and conclusion, but the body should focus on your analysis of the artwork. Some of the questions that you might want to work through in the paper include: Why is the work important? In what ways does it challenge the viewer? Is there an allegorical meaning to the work? How is it in dialogue with Western art traditions or earlier Chinese art traditions? Does it engage with Chinese history? Etc.
5. Be sure to include an image of the work you select into the paper, and the paper must be grammatically correct.
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1. For this reaction essay is a brief written reaction to the read

1. For this reaction essay is a brief written reaction to the readings. It may be somewhat informal (and I would encourage you to be personal), but it must be well-written and well-organized. It must not be more than 2 pages, use 12-point font, single-spaced, at least 1" margins. You will react to the results of this systematic review article on Telemedicine " Effectiveness of Telemedicine A Systematic Review of Reviews.pdf
Focus on the results of the synthesis only, react to the authors' conclusions- do you agree or disagree with their synthesis? Discuss your opinion, are there faults in their conclusions?
Telemedicine is increasingly being suggested as an alternative for an in-person visit, especially with emergent diseases that call for person-to-person distancing. What are the potential concerns with this suggestion? What are in the authors' synthesis and conclusions underscore the limitations of this suggestion?
2. The next day a representative from Bristol Myers Squibb visits your office and tells you that Plavix® (clopidogrel) decreases cardiovascular events by 8.7% compared to aspirin. That sure sounds good to you, as you have many elderly patients at risk of heart attacks and strokes and many are already on aspirin. The brochure quotes the CAPRIE study, and you decide to investigate this further. A review of the 1996 article reveals that study patients on Plavix® experienced cardiovascular events 9.78% of the time compared to 10.64% of the time with aspirin. Plavix® was approved by the FDA based on this one study. Cost of Plavix/day=$6.50. Cost of aspirin/day = $1.33
• What was the NNT?
• How much does Plavix® cost monthly?
• What meaning do these values have for this problem?
• Be sure to include your actual calculations/math
i n t e r n a t i o n a l j o u r n a l o f m e d i c a l i n f o r m a t i c s 7 9 ( 2 0 1 0 ) 736–771
j o u r n a l h o m e p a g e : w w w . i n t l . e l s e v i e r h e a l t h . c o m / j o u r n a l s / i j m i
Effectiveness of telemedicine: A systematic review of
reviews
Anne G. Ekeland a,∗, Alison Bowes b, Signe Flottorp c,d
a Norwegian Centre for Integrated Care and Telemedicine, University Hospital of North Norway, P.O. Box 6060, N-9038 Tromsø, Norway
b Department of Applied Social Science, University of Stirling, Scotland, UK
c Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services, Oslo, Norway
d Department of Public Health and Primary Health Care, University of Bergen, Norway
a r t i c l e i n f o
Article history:
Received 23 April 2010
Received in revised form
11 July 2010
Accepted 29 August 2010
Keywords:
Telemedicine
Telecare
Systematic review
Effectiveness
Outcome
a b s t r a c t
Objectives: To conduct a review of reviews on the impacts and costs of telemedicine services.
Methods: A review of systematic reviews of telemedicine interventions was conducted. Inter-
ventions included all e-health interventions, information and communication technologies
for communication ...

1. Find something to negotiate in your personal or professional li

1. Find something to negotiate in your personal or professional life. Examples include: redistribution of household chores, a personal or professional purchase, a contract at work, asking for a raise, booking a vacation, hiring a contractor, etc. The deal does not have to be implemented for the purposes of this class (e.g. you can finalize the price for something you’re thinking of buying without following through on the purchase right now). The scenario you choose should be significant enough to allow you to do substantial research and detail for your paper. Submit a five page paper (minimum), double spaces, utilizing proper grammar and spelling, which summarizes the following:
1. Your Preparation – Describe the process you used and results of your preparation. You should also discuss your strategies, targets, and negotiating plan. Make sure you do your research, working on both your BATNA and the other party’s. (Consider newspapers, bookstores, libraries, the internet, and personal calls and visits as possible sources of information). This is the most important step, so being thorough is critical.
1. The Negotiating Process – Describe what happened in the negotiation itself. List he sequence of events and how you reacted/adjusted to the other party’s position. What was the negotiation style of the other party? What “tricks” did they try? How did you react? Were there any other influencing factors (e.g. cultural differences, misperceptions, emotion, etc.)?
1. The Outcome – What was the outcome and how did you feel about it? What worked well? What would you have done differently? Do you feel the result you arrived at was better than it would have been if you hadn’t taken the class? Why/Why not?
Your understanding of the appropriate preparation and process steps to take in negotiating this deal is more important than the final outcome.
Be sure to cite your sources, and include copies of necessary quotes/documentation.
1.
Find something to negotiate in your personal or professional life. Examples include:
redistributi
on of household chores, a personal or professional purchase, a contract at work,
asking for a raise, booking a vacation, hiring a contractor, etc. The deal does not have to be
implemented for the purposes of this class (e.g. you can finalize the price for
something you’re
thinking of buying without following through on the purchase right now). The scenario you
choose should be significant enough to allow you to do substantial research and detail for your
paper. Submit a five page paper (minimum), double
spaces, utilizing proper grammar and
spelling, which summarizes the following:
2.
Your Preparation
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Describe the process you us
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1. FAMILYMy 57 year old mother died after a short illness

1. FAMILY
My 57 year old mother died after a short illness last June. She was a wonderful mother and my 66 year old father
adored her. They had been married for 38 years. He is finding it extremely difficult to cope without her. To make
matters worse, he retired just two months before she died and is at a loss to fill his days.
He is disorganized and has not established any pattern in his life. I invite him for meals and outings, but he is
detached and depressed. He doesn’t seem to be part of the world any more. I am terribly worried about him. How
long will he be like this? I am 34 and have small children. I thought being with the children would help him, but it’s
as though he doesn’t see or know them. He just sits and stares into space for much of the day. He seems locked
into his grief.
2. FAMILY
One of our 17 year old son’s best friends took his life several months ago. Our son didn’t say much at the time, but
he was very shaken. Since then he has gradually “retired” into himself. He stays in his room most of the time
listening to rock music.
He is unemployed and no longer sees his former schoolmates. We are very worried about him. How do we get him
out of himself? He has always been a quiet guy but his present behavior is beyond “quiet.” We have two other
children, girls aged 13 and 10, but our son now just ignores them.
3. FAMILY - rural
Ken is a 67 year old farmer who lives with his wife Margaret. Ken and Margaret had hoped to retire late in their 60s
and move to the west coast to be closer to their children, reluctantly selling the family property that has been
struggling financially. They have limited investment funds set aside to support their retirement and have been told
it is unlikely that they would be successful in selling their farm. Ken also suffers chronic back pain from a previous
farm injury. A neighbor has become concerned about Ken’s ability to cope with his property, and has visited Ken
and Margaret a number of times due to problems with his stock and pasture management. Margaret believes the
farm is “too much for them now,” but feels she can’t talk to Ken about this. Ken has become withdrawn and
refuses to discuss the issue. He talks about there being “no way out of this,” and that it “might as well be over.” He
sees his physician infrequently, having difficulty traveling the 60 miles to the nearby town.
4. FAMILY - rural
Jason is 34 years old and lives with his wife Jenny and their two children (8 and 3 years old). After completing a
mechanical trade apprenticeship in Boston, he has returned home with plans to build his future as a farmer. He has
become increasingly irritable and frustrated with what he believes is his failure to “get on top of things” on the
farm, and they are struggling to manage financially.
Jason is drinking heavily, mostly at home, but still drives his car into town. Jenny is angry and worried about this.
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Case 20 Restructuring
General Electric
The appointment of Larry Culp as the chairman and CEO of the General Electric
Company (GE) on October 1st, 2018 was a clear indication of the seriousness of the
problems that had engulfed the company. Culp, the former CEO of the highly-successful
conglomerate, Danaher Corporation, had been appointed a GE director only six months
previously and was the first outsider to lead GE—every one of GE’s previous CEOs had
been a career manager at the company. On the same day as Culp’s appointment, GE
abandoned its earning guidance for the year and announced a $23 billion accounting
charge arising from a write-down of goodwill at its troubled electrical power division.1
Culp’s predecessor, John Flannery had been CEO for a mere 14 months—a sharp
contrast to GE’s two previous CEOs: Jeff Immelt (16 years) and Jack Welch (20 years).
Flannery’s tenure at GE has coincided with of the company’s most difficult periods in its
entire 126-year history. In November 2017, amidst deteriorating financial performance,
Flannery announced a halving of GE’s quarterly dividend, the proposed sale of its
lighting and locomotive units—two of GE’s oldest businesses—and the elimination of
12,000 jobs in the power division.
In 2018, the situation worsened. In January, GE announced that it would be paying
$15 bn. to cover liabilities at insurance companies it had sold 12 years previously. In
February, GE confirmed suspicions over its dubious accounting practices by restating its
revenues and earnings for the previous two years, while also announcing the likelihood
of legal claims arising from its its subprime mortgage lending over a decade earlier.
The outcome was a precipitous fall in GE’s share price (see Figure 1) that culminated
in GE’s dismissal from the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA). Until June 2018, GE
was the sole surviving member of the DJIA when it was created in 1896.
The crisis at GE presented the board with two central questions. First, should GE
be broken up? Second, if GE was to continue as a widely-diversified company, how
should it be managed?
As a diversified corporation that extended from jet engines, to oil and gas equipment,
to healthcare products, to financial services, GE was an anomaly. For three decades, con-
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had been deeply unfashionable. CEOs, Jack Welch and Jeff Immelt, had claimed that,
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Body Ritual among the Nacirema
H O R A C E M I N E R
University of Michigan
HE anthropologist has become so familiar with the diversity of ways iq T which different peoples behave in similar situations that he is not a p t to.
be surprised by even the most exotic customs. I n fact, if all of thelogically
possible combinations of behavior have not been found somewhere in the
world, he is a p t to suspect that they must be present in some yet undescribed
tribe. This point has, in fact, been expressed with respect to clan organization
by Murdock (1949: 7 1 ) . I n this light, the magical beliefs and practices of the
Nacirema present such unusual aspects that i t seems desirable t o describe
them a s an example of the extremes to which human behavior can go.
Professor Linton first brought the ritual of the Nacirema to the attention
of anthropologists twenty years ago (1936:326), but the culture of this people
is still very poorly understood. They are a North American group living in the
territory between the Canadian Cree, the Yaqui and Tarahumare of Mexico,
and the Carib and Arawak of the Antilles. Little is known of their origin, al-
though tradition states that they came from the east. According to Nacirema
mythology, their nation was originated by a culture hero, Notgnihsaw, who is
otherwise known for two great feats of strength-the throwing of a piece of
wampum across the river Pa-To-Mac and the chopping down of a cherry tree
in which the Spirit of Truth resided.
Nacirema culture is characterized by a highly developed market economy
which has evolved in a rich natural habitat. While much of the people’s time
is devoted to economic pursuits, a large part of the fruits of these labors and a
considerable portion of the day are spent in ritual activity. The focus of this
activity is the human body, the appearance and health of which loom a s a
dominant concern in the ethos of the people. While such a concern is certainly
not unusual, its ceremonial aspects and associated philosophy are unique.
The fundamental belief underlying the whole system appears to be that the
human body is ugly and that its natural tendency is t o debility and disease.
Incarcerated in such a body, man’s only hope is to avert these characteristics
through the use of the powerful influences of ritual and ceremony. Every house-
hold has one or more shrines devoted to this purpose. The more powerful in-
dividuals in the society have several shrines in their houses and, in fact, the
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2. More companies are seeking to fill multinational management positions due to the influx of business growth abroad. If you were offered and accepted a position as a multinational manager, what would you do to personally prepare for the culture of a different country? Where would you seek information? What overall responsibilities would you expect of the job? How do you think the managerial responsibilities would be different from those you would face in the United States?
3. Multinational managers encounter many levels of culture. Which of the culture levels do you think might be the most difficult to manage? Why? Share an example. Which culture level do you think might be the easiest to understand? Why? Give an example of this.
4. In your own words, what is your perception of free trade? Think about the advantages of free trade; what are two benefits that result from free trade? There is also a downside to free trade; what are two disadvantages resulting from free trade? Provide reasoning for your choices.
5. What are the three major economic systems that nations utilize, and what is the role of each? How does each affect and influence individuals, multinational managers, and corporations?
6. How would you define ethical convergence? What are the four basic reasons for ethical convergence? Which might be the most difficult for multinational companies to follow, and why?
7. Describe the four major world religions. What are the impacts of each religion type on an economic environment? What do you think makes religion a concern in societies?
8. If you were a multinational manager, and you encountered an ethical dilemma within the multinational company, what heuristic questions would you use to decide between ethical relativism and ethical universalism? Of the different heuristic questions, which one do you think is most important? Explain your reasoning.
1
Week Two Instructor’s Notes
PHIL 1103 Summer
This week you will be learning in detail about the four different moral perspectives that
we will use to analyze moral questions.
Notice two things right at the start. First, because normative ethics is our main focus this
term, we are not going to attempt to settle the question of whether any moral perspective at all
could be correct or known to be correct—that is a task for metaethics. Our task in this second
week is to learn in some detail about four different kinds of consideration or value that often
seem relevant when we try to decide what is morally right or wrong in particular cases, namely:
(1) Respect for the rights and autonomy of the persons involved
(2) Increasing the overall well-being of the most individuals possible
(3) Asking wha ...

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- 1. 1. If the profit from the sale of x units of a product is P = 105x − 300 − x2, what level(s) of production will yield a profit of $1050? (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list.) x = _________ units 2. The total costs for a company are given by C(x) = 5400 + 80x + x2 and the total revenues are given by R(x) = 230x. Find the break-even points. (Enter your answers as a comma- separated list.) x= __________ units 3. If total costs are C(x) = 900 + 800x and total revenues are R(x) = 900x − x2, find the break-even points. (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list.) x= _____________ 4. For the years since 2001, the percent p of high school seniors who have tried marijuana
- 2. can be considered as a function of time t according to p = f(t) = 0.17t2 − 2.61t + 52.64 where t is the number of years past 2000.† In what year after 2000 is the percent predicted to reach 75%, if this function remains valid? _______________ 5. Using data from 2002 and with projections to 2024, total annual expenditures for national health care (in billions of dollars) can be described by E = 4.61x2 + 43.4x + 1620 where x is the number of years past 2000.† If the pattern indicated by the model remains valid, in what year does the model predict these expenditures will reach $15,315 billion? __________________ 6. The monthly profit from the sale of a product is given by P = 32x − 0.2x2 − 150 dollars. (a) What level of production maximizes profit? ___________ units
- 3. (b) What is the maximum possible profit? $_____________ 7. Consider the following equation. y = 9 + 6x − x2 (a) Find the vertex of the graph of the equation. (x, y) = (__________) (b) Determine what value of x gives the optimal value of the function. x=_____________ (c) Determine the optimal (maximum or minimum) value of the function. y=______________ 8. Consider the following equation. f(x) = 6x − x2 (a) Find the vertex of the graph of the equation. (x, y) = (__________) (b) Determine what value of x gives the optimal value of the function. x=_____________
- 4. (c) Determine the optimal (maximum or minimum) value of the function. f(x)= _____________ 9. Find the maximum revenue for the revenue function R(x) = 358x − 0.7x2. (Round your answer to the nearest cent.) R = $______________ 10. The profit function for a certain commodity is P(x) = 150x − x2 − 1000. Find the level of production that yields maximum profit, and find the maximum profit. x= _________ units P=$ _________ 11. If, in a monopoly market, the demand for a product is p = 2000 − x and the revenue is R = px, where x is the number of units sold, what price will maximize revenue? $________________ 12. If the supply function for a commodity is p = q2 + 6q + 16 and the demand function is p = −3q2 + 4q + 436, find the equilibrium quantity and
- 5. equilibrium price. equilibrium quantity_______________ equilibrium price $_______________ 13. If the supply and demand functions for a commodity are given by p − q = 10 and q(2p − 10) = 3600, what is the equilibrium price and what is the corresponding number of units supplied and demanded? equilibrium price $_______________ number of units _________ units 14. Suppose the percent of the total work force that is female is given by (a) From the equation, identify the maximum point on the graph of y = p(t). (Round your answers to two decimal places.) (t, y) = (____________) (b) In what year is the percent of women workers at its maximum, according to this model?
- 6. Diabetes For my UnEssay project I would like the focus to be on interventions for diabetes. This is a chronic disorder characterized by increased glucose levels that progressively modify or conflict with the degree of glucose tolerance in the body. It also is a multidimensional disorder that requires a varied approach to treatment since it is a lifestyle disease that, if left unchecked, may cause severe ailment. The fact that the ailment manifests itself in two forms, namely diabetes type 1 and diabetes type 2, renders it a huge public health problem around the world. Although diabetes is becoming more common among adults, little knowledge has been provided on the disease's pathogenesis, management, and potential therapy or intervention strategies. I found this topic to be quite interesting to me and also beneficial as a few of my close relatives have this disease and so this acted as a personal motivated for me to learn more about it. Moreover, I chose to do this project because it challenges my approach to communicating and developing my ideas as opposed to the more mundane formal way. I plan to format my project first by properly introducing this topic then stating its causes and intervention plans and then at the end I would include an interview with three individual with diabetes in order to get first-hand information on how the disease has impacted their lives and the various treatment plans they are on. This will also allow me to get a better idea on which intervention methods they find to be the most effective for them and also inquire on the things they would have done differently in order to avoid developing the disease; this being applicable if in fact it was a consequence of their lifestyle choices. I will also be including several images depicting the severity of this condition. This project should be compl eted within a week; the first two days would be the writing portion of the project and the remaining days would be for the interviews.
- 7. 3/10/22, 5:21 PM Preview Rubric: Substantial Work in Progress Final UnEssay Project - Spring 2022 - Principles of Biology I (BIOL-1107-OF2) - Ge… https://georgiasouthern.desire2learn.com/d2l/lp/rubrics/preview. d2l?ou=689489&rubricId=570982&originTool=quicklinks 1/2 Substantial Work in Progress Final UnEssay Project Course: Spring 2022 - Principles of Biology I (BIOL-1107-OF2) Statement Exceeds Expectations 2 points Meets Expectations 1.5 points Needs Work 1 point Missing 0 points Criterion Score explains what you have
- 8. accomplished / 2 what you need to do to finish / 2 200-300 words / 2 Includes all accomplishments and incdicates what they have contrubuted to project Includes all accomplishments Includes a few
- 9. accomplishments Includes what needs to be done to finish and what that will contribute to the project Includes everything that needs to be done to finish Includes a few things that need to be done 200-300 works More than 300 words Less than 200 words
- 10. Less than 100 words Work in Progress Exceeds Expectations 4 points Meets Expectations 3 points Needs Work 2 points Missing 0 points Criterion Score Show research on topic / 4Includes more than two pieces of evidence of research completed and
- 11. identifies at least one more pieces of evidence to use. Includes at least two pieces of evidence of research completed and identifies at least two more pieces of evidence to use. Includes at least one piece of evidence of research completed and
- 12. identifies at least three more pieces of evidence to use. Includes not evidence of research completed. 3/10/22, 5:21 PM Preview Rubric: Substantial Work in Progress Final UnEssay Project - Spring 2022 - Principles of Biology I (BIOL-1107-OF2) - Ge… https://georgiasouthern.desire2learn.com/d2l/lp/rubrics/preview. d2l?ou=689489&rubricId=570982&originTool=quicklinks 2/2 Total / 14 Overall Score Work in Progress Exceeds Expectations
- 13. 4 points Meets Expectations 3 points Needs Work 2 points Missing 0 points Criterion Score Show work / 4Project includes a full draft of the project. Project includes a draft with substantial work evident. Project includes a partial draft. There is no draft. A 12.6 points
- 14. minimum B 11.2 points minimum C 9.8 points minimum d 8.4 points minimum F 0 points minimum