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2 discussion posts

2 discussion posts. 350 words each.
POST 1: Suppose you are asked to develop an algorithm to determine the best way to travel between BSB (building) and Wrigley Field at different times of day. You should consider factors such as the mode of transportation, traffic conditions, and weather. Take a moment and jot down the steps your algorithm would follow. Remember that good algorithms are efficient and effective.
For your initial post, briefly describe your algorithm by identifying the ‘inputs’ that are needed and your primary assumptions about who would use it. Why did you make these decisions? Be sure to identify how you will determine the quality or success of your algorithm. 350 words
Attached are examples on algorithms (if that helps)
POST 2: Mayer-Schöenberger

Cyber Security Question

Creating Company E-mail/WIFI/Internet Use Policies You have just been hired as the Security Manager of a medium-sized Financial Services company employing 250 people in New Hampshire, and have been asked to write two new security policies for this company. The first one is an e-mail policy for employees concentrating on personal use of company resources. The second policy is that of WIFI and Internet use within the company.

Probability Question

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Writing Assignment Help 2. A one year old, fertile female ground squirrel forgoes reproducing one season and spends her time as a frequent “guard” giving alarm calls in her natal territory. Although she did not reproduce, and thus missed out on producing a litter of 4 pups, her vigilance probably helped her relatives avoid predation.
(a) If she only saved her own nieces from predation, how many nieces must she have saved to counteract for her loss of fitness this year? In other words, the indirect fitness from saving how many nieces is equivalent to the direct fitness she would have had from raising 4 pups of her own?
By utilizing Hamilton’s rule and Kin selection model we are able to note that the fertile female squirrel is related to her own pups by 0.50, and with her nieces by 0.25. The benefit of having 4 of her own pups whom are related to her by 50% would result in a cost of 2 less pups that would be able to pass down the female squirrel’s genes. With this calculation, the benefit needed to save as many nieces is modeled by the related coefficient being 0.25, the cost is 2 less pups and the benefit turns out to be 8 pups. This signifies that 8 pups would need to be saved.

Equation rB=C
r= relatedness
B= benefit
C= cost
(0.5)(4)= 2 pups less
B= 8
(b) How many half sisters must she have saved (assuming she only saved half-sisters)? Assume that these half-sisters share the same mother but have different, unrelated fathers.
Half sisters = 0.25, same mother
B= 8 half sisters
(c) How many sisters would make up for her loss of fitness (assuming she only saved sisters)?
Sisters = 0.50
B= 4 sisters

is the integrity of the social organism weakened or strenghthened by the varity of groups it includes

A diverse society is a tangle of various systems of value. For some, the greatest sucess is making afortune while for others the most satisfaction lies in helping others. among some communities, the most learned person carries the most presitge, whereas for others status is tied to elite social connections. does the apparent absence of a common system of values undermine the coherence of the larger social connections. Does the apparent absence of a common system of values undermine the coherence of the larger social whole?

Intro to programming

Week 7 Assignment: Pseudocode and Flowchart Solution
Create a PowerPoint that contains a FLOWCHART and a PSEUDOCODE for each problem (You may use a different application if PowerPoint is not available).Use the information below to create a pseudocode (which can be a text-based description for solving the problems) and a flowchart (using flowchart symbols to illustrate how you would program) to solve each problem. Use Microsoft PowerPoint® for Pseudocode and the flowchart (You may use a different application if PowerPoint is not available)..
Problem 1: Create a list that contains the months of the year.
Problem 2: Create a loop to print the month number and name (do not hard code the month number)

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