Describe The Processes Involved In The Formation Of Each Of The Two Metamorphic Rocks, X And Y, Formed Under The…Describe the processes involved in the formation of each of the two metamorphic rocks, X and Y, formed under the conditions represented by points labelled as X and Y on Figure 1. As part of your answer you should explicitly state the pressure, temperature and depth corresponding to each rock type (i.e. X and Y) shown on Figure 1 and use these values to develop your arguments Figure 1 – http://postimg.org/image/gi1a3b0st/
Business Continuity Planning And Disaster Recovery PlanningNeed 3 to 4 papers matter with 3 laws PCI DSS and any other two law and 4 – 5 slides(PPT). Laws how they relate to finical industry research (we need to show a connection how these laws play a vital role in our business/area of research)
Work Based Project (BS 2405)Work based Project (BS 2405) Foundation Degree in Business and Professional Administration Work based Project (BS 2405) In-course assessment (2011/12) 1. Required The Work Based Project assignment requires each student to identify a range of possible research topics relevant to his/her workplace, and then to determine which topic will form the subject of the research proposal. You could build on the work you have already done for the research methods module (BS2404) and make use of the background and literature review sections. The submitted research proposal should have a length of 3500 words. 2. Guidance The assignment requires: A) Background The research proposal should: Clearly explain the context and rationale for the research. Have clear aims and objectives. Explain some of the practical issues which have engendered interest in the student for this research. B) Literature review The research proposal should: Provide evidence of adequate theoretical literature review drawn from academic journals and sources Identify a relevant theoretical basis for undertaking the intended research and present a clear justification for its applicability to the research topic Present a conceptual framework or relevant hypothesis that synthesise your approach (these do not necessarily have to be original). C) Methodology The research proposal should: Identify an appropriate research methodology that is relevant for the topic and provide a rationale for the selection of this approach over others. Explain how the chosen methodology is relevant to the aims and objectives of the intended research. Explain how you intend to collect in your data (via primary and secondary data) Demonstrate an understanding of the limitations of the chosen methodology. D) Research Design The research proposal should: Present an outline of how data is to be collected, verified and recorded Explain the sources of data, possible interviewees or targeted subpopulations The processes through which the data would be examined and analysed An outline of questionnaires or interview guides that are likely to be used for collecting primary data. A timescale in the form of a Gantt chart for how the research is to be conducted over a period of time A list of resources needed to conduct the research D) Structure The research proposal should: Be fully and consistently referenced using the Harvard referencing system (see details on Blackboard ?web links’ for guidance). Have correct language, grammar and spelling. Have an appropriate layout. Have adhered to word count by +/- 10% The research proposal should have the following parts: Introduction Background Literature review Methodology Research design Conclusions References 3. Marking scheme Student Name: Name Max mark Actual mark Comments Organisational background ¢ Introduction ¢ Problem statement 15 Literature review ¢ Theorists or concepts explained ¢ Model or hypothesis presented ¢ References 35 Methodology ¢ Clear objectives ¢ Choice of methodologies ¢ Critical evaluation of methodologies ¢ Limitations of methodologies 25 Research Design ¢ Data collection ¢ Sources of data ¢ Data analysis ¢ Gantt Chart 15 Clarity of ¢ Structure / layout ¢ Style ¢ Presentation 10 General comments Literature homework help Copyright © 2011 HomeworkMarket.com. All rights reserved. HomeworkMarket.com is an on-line marketplace for homework assistance and tutoring. All homework assistance is provided by 3-rd parties and with no liability of HomeworkMarket.com. Chat (12)
Political PartiesFor this assignment, write a 500-700-word paper in which you complete the following: Research three different political parties that exist within the United States. You must research the Democratic and Republican parties, but you may choose any third party (for example, Libertarian, Green). Describe two issues in which you are interested (for example, abortion, immigration, death penalty, et cetera), and use the official party Web sites to find the party positions on those issues. Compare and contrast the different parties’ approaches to the issues. Consider the following questions: What is the position of the Republican, Democratic, and your chosen third party on the policy issues you chose? How do these parties define the issues, and what do they think is the appropriate solution or action? Summarize your views on the parties’ positions. Address whether your views about the parties and their policies about the issues changed after you researched the parties’ positions. Requirements Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message. Length: 500-700 words. Resources: Use at least three credible resources from the Capella library and the Internet. APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to APA (6th edition) style and formatting. Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point. NOTE: I am a huge fan of Bernie Sanders, AOC and similar leaders please frame it from that position.
Due Saturday 5pmtextbook, Hidden Evidence, read the “The Lindbergh Kidnapping” case study. Review the case from the perspective of a death iNvestigator Your paper should go beyond the obvious, be written at a graduate level, and must be at least 1,200 words in length. You must use at least three resources to support your position. Remember, all resources including, but not limited to, journals, magazine, and/or books must be properly cited using APA style.
Political Seience ReivewChoose one movie form these two My Own Private Idaho, 1991; Directed by Gus Van Sant or Boys Don’t Cry 1998; Directed by Kimberly. Write a outline of the essay. Assignment Objectives: Enhance and/or improve critical thinking and media literacy skills by: 1. Developing a clear and concise thesis statement (an argument) in response to the following question: Does the film have the power to transform political sensibilities? 2. Writing an outline for a five paragraph analytical essay building on a clear and concise thesis statement, including topic sentences and secondary supports. 3. Identifying and explaining three scenes from the film text in support of the thesis statement/argument. 4. Writing an introductory paragraph for the outlined analytical essayBe sure to read thoroughly the writing conventions below before beginning this assignment. Note: You are NOT writing a full essay; rather, you are outlining an analytical essay by completing the dialogue in the boxes below.Writing a Critical Review (analytical) Essay Every essay that you write for this course must have a clear thesis, placed (perhaps) somewhere near the end of the introductory paragraph. Simply stated, a THESIS (or ARGUMENT) expresses, preferably in a single sentence, the point you want to make about the text that is the subject of your essay. A THESIS should be an opinion or interpretation of the text, not merely a fact or observation. The best possible THESIS will answer some specific questions about the text. Very often the THESIS contains an outline of the major points to be covered in the essay. A possible thesis for an essay on character in Perry Henzell’s The Harder They Come might read somewhat as follows: The protagonist of THTC is not a hero in the epic sense of the word, but a self-centered young man bred of economic oppression and cultural dependency. The characters in this film have no real psychological depth, but are markers for a society of consumption and momentary glory. (You might then go on to exemplify from the text and argue in favor or against this interpretation: your essay need not hold to only one perspective.) What single, clear QUESTION does the above THESIS attempt to answer? Each essay should be organized into five (5) paragraphs, each based on one of two to four major ideas, which will comprise the BODY of the essay. Each paragraph must have a topic sentence, often (but not always) towards the beginning of the paragraph, which clearly states the ARGUMENT or point to be made in the paragraph. Following the thesis set forth above, the first paragraph might begin with a sentence like ?Ivan’s desires and his destiny are signaled in the opening shots of the film, where the friendly, jumbled interior of the bus is contrasted with Ivan’s first view of the outer world: a world of shiny white cars and beautiful women. Avoid topic sentences that fail to make an interpretative statement about the work or that merely state something any reader might observe; for example, ?The first characters we see are country people on a bus to town. Underline the THESIS and each TOPIC SENTENCE in every critical review essay you submit. This exercise will force you to make certain that you have expressed and developed the ideas in your essay clearly and logically. (In other words, do not do this exercise five minutes before you submit the essay but, rather, as you are working on the very first draft.) Always use present tense verbs in your critical review essays about film texts. Present tense is the verb tense of analysis. Past tense, on the other hand, is the tense of narration. In each essay, you will be analyzing a particular text, not retelling or summarizing the story. If you find yourself slipping into past tense as you compose, you are probably narrating rather than analyzing. Use specific passages from the text to support each point that you make in your essay. You may simply refer to an event in the text, or you may paraphrase what a character or the narrator says. But the best EVIDENCE will most often be direct quotes from the text. The Introductory Paragraph – Some ApproachesIn your essay, an opening or introductory paragraph may not always be the first one you write. But it will be the first one your readers read and you need to engage your readers’ attention and interest and present all you need to make your thesis clear and convincing. Some Pitfalls to Avoid Dictionary definitions: Define key terms and concepts in your opening paragraph, but don’t quote directly from the dictionary to do so. Use a dictionary – more than one dictionary – to formulate the definition in your own words. Generalizations about ?life, ?society, ?people today, etc.: You don’t want to begin your essay with the kind of statement that teeters on that fine line between opinion (those ideas you will go on to prove) and belief (those ideas unprovable with the evidence offered by the text). Rather than a statement like, ?Almost every man has a sense of pride and will go to war to prove it, try something more specific to the text you are analyzing. ?The character of Roland exemplifies how personal pride and personal valor do not always lead to the most fortunate conclusion. The painfully obvious: Avoid opening statements like ?Dante’s Inferno is about a journey to hell, or “Roland is the hero of The Song of Roland, unless such statements are in some way controversial and challenging to traditional interpretations of the text. Try to avoid any kind of tautological formula – ?something is something else – in the opening sentence, especially, but also elsewhere as an ?argument. Try to distinguish between historical or biographical fact: ?Dante’s Inferno was written in fourteenth-century Italy, and interpretation, especially when you are considering the intention of an author: ?Dante wrote his Inferno to expose the problem of Florentine political corruption to the world. The latter may be a part of your theory or thesis (or conclusion) but if you use it as a statement of fact (an ?intentional fallacy) you will have to prove it rather than merely argue it – a slippery and difficult and perhaps not particularly useful task. Beware also of using vague or imprecise generalizations of terms such as ?dramatic, ?realistic, or ?critical, which differ in their literary and historical significance. Challenges to Meet Try for a (syntactically) shapely and relevant opening sentence: be thoughtful and original and persuasive. Always look for interesting ways into your essay: an epigraph, perhaps, or an important episode that seems to set the stage for what you want to say, or a succinct comparison with another well-known work, which will help your reader understand the point you want to make. Always (particularly in a comparative essay) identify your texts early on. (Usually with full title, full authors’ names, and date/period of publication.) Think of your thesis statement as the logical goal of the first paragraph. Everything you say here should lead towards (or from) that thesis. Anything that doesn’t lead in that direction – unless you are presenting a view different from yours, which you want to argue against?doesn’t belong in your paragraph. Think of the paragraph as a funnel, where the contents are being concentrated and filtered to one end. Critical Review #2 Due April 4, 2018 *Using proper MLA bibliographic formatting, cite the film text in the box to the right:http://www.bibme.org/citation-guide/MLA/film*1. Develop a thesis statement pertaining to the assigned film text and whether or not it, the film, in your view has the power to transform one’s political sensibilities. Your argument should express your point of view regarding the politics of difference, political sensibilities, and political transformation(s) as related to the film. Remember, you’re writing (developing) an analytical essay. Submit your thesis statement in the box located to the right. Be sure to proofread your work.*2. Develop three (3) topic sentences that articulate the major ideas that will comprise the body of your essay. Remember that your topic sentences should clearly state the argument or point to be made in the respective paragraphs and must map back to your thesis statement. Submit your topic sentences in the box located to the right. Be sure to proofread your work.*3. Identify three (3) scenes from the film that support your thesis statement. Briefly explain your choices of scenes and how the scenes specifically support your thesis statement. Also, provide the exact time the scenes begin and end within the film text. Submit your reply in the box located to the right. Be sure to proofread your work.*4. Lastly, fully develop your introductory paragraph. Remember that the best possible thesis will answer some specific question about the text. In this case a question related to the film’s power to transform political sensibilities regarding difference. Your thesis statement should appear parenthetically within the paragraph you present. Submit your answer in the box located to the right. Be sure to proofread your work.
Michael SmithCIS207 IT Career Assessment Name: [Type your name] Instructor: [Type your instructor’s Name] Class: [Type a class name] Date: [Type the Date] Course Materials: Phoenix Career Guidance System – https://careers.phoenix.edu/career-exploration.html# My Next Move: http://www.mynextmove.org/ In order to achieve the most success you can from your career, you need to develop an Action Plan! To begin, there are areas to consider and questions to answer that can help you choose the right career goal for yourself. Areas to consider when choosing a career goal: § Education requirements § Experience Requirements § Interests § Hiring demand § Salary range As you can tell, there are a lot of factors to take into account when choosing your career goal. You are now ready to begin the process of setting your Career Goal. Each of you have selected an area of Information Technology where you want to specialize. In Table 1.1 of your textbook is a list of typical IT jobs. Go to either of the course materials provided, find your desired position, and answer the following questions: Education requirements Does this career align with your current degree program? Yes or No: State your Career Goal and three reasons why you chose this goal. Goal: Reason 1: Reason 2: Reason 3: Skills: State three skills you need to develop and why you chose these skills? Skill 1: Skill 2: Skill 3: Reason: Develop an Action Plan After researching your chosen career, what steps will you take to achieve your goal? Task Completion Date 1 2 3 4 5 6 Resource: IT Career Goal Assessment Template Click on the Careers tab on the student website: Complete Tool 1 (Career Exploration) by setting a minimum of one Career Goal. Complete Tool 2 (Skill Development) and identify three skills that you need to develop to achieve your Career Goal. Develop an Action Plan with a minimum of six tasks that you will complete to improve your skills. Actions steps must be reasonable, measurable and have target dates for completion. Complete the Career Plan Template with answers to the following questions: State the Career Goal you selected and give three reasons why? What is the salary range for your chosen Career Goal position? State three skills you need to develop in order to get a job in your chosen career field. Why did you choose these skills? List six tasks that you plan to complete, including target dates for completion.
HWHelp Needed with Research Paper and 10 slide power point presentation (please see requirements below). The subject is, The Needs Assessment. I will need this paper by 10:00 AM EST on Sunday 6/20. Please do not accept this assignment if you are unable to complete it by that date and time. I am fine with 6 pages including the reference page. Please note: Turnitin will be used the check for plagiarism. I will also be doing a personal check. Thank you in advance for your help! Research Paper: Students will be required to complete an individual research paper. Research Paper- The research paper should incorporate the concepts and principles related to the study of Corporate Training & Development covered within the course. The organization, and/or management issue, that you choose must have enough written about it in order for you to do an in-depth analysis. All papers should be proofread, free of spelling/grammatical errors, include proper citations, and be in accordance with current APA standards. Research Paper- The research paper should incorporate the concepts and principles related to the study of Human Resource Management covered within the course. The organization, and/or management issue, that you choose must have enough written about it in order for you to do an in-depth analysis. All papers should be proofread, free of spelling/grammatical errors, include proper citations, and be in accordance with current APA standards. A minimum of three (3) scholarly references are required (please see PDF’s below for scholarly references to be used for paper). The paper must be uploaded to Moodle (by the required due date) and assembled as follows: ¢ Cover sheet (Subject, Title, Course Number and Name). ¢ A total 5-6 pages (numbered), double-spaced (12-point font: TNR). The paper must be written in 3rd person. ¢ Margins: (1). ¢ No newspaper or Internet sources will be accepted, including Wikipedia; professional trade magazines (e.g. Business Week, Fortune, Harvard Business Review, etc.) may be used, but will not count toward the required scholarly references. A Reference List is required; appropriate tables and figures may be used when warranted. Requirements: Research Paper | 5 pages, Double spaced: See attached files for paper and PowerPoint: PowerPoint Presentation – A PowerPoint Presentation of the research paper is required during the last week of class. The presentation, which must not exceed 10 minutes, should consist of no more than 10 slides.
HealthcareAssignment To begin, select one (1) of the following healthcare systems that you would like to explore for this unit: Acute care Next, select an environment/location: Los Angeles, California Finally, select three (3) marketing tools: Television, Social Media, and Billboard Instructions · Provide a general overview of your select healthcare system. · Discuss the demographics of your select location. · Discuss the advantages of using each marketing tool at your healthcare system and location. · Discuss the disadvantages of using each marketing tool at your healthcare system and location. · Summarize which marketing tool you would recommend that would yield the highest marketing potential of your select healthcare system and location. · Be sure to support your assertions with evidence-based research, scholarly articles, and well-supported strategies that support your predictions. o 3-4 page paper excluding front and back matter (APA standards apply ). o Internal organizational memorandum. o Infographic o PowerPoint presentation for a Board of Directors (10-12 slides; speaker notes as needed to support assertions). o 7-10 minute public service announcement (using a free online voice recorder such as vocaroo.com) o Video newscast (using a free online video recorder such as YouTube.com) (e.g., entertainment talk show, television commentary, interview-style, news reporting, etc.). The use of first person is permitted for this assignment. APA formatting (e.g., title page, conclusion, reference page, etc.) should not be used. Plagiarism will not be tolerated. Although the use of APA formatting is not required for this assignment, proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation are expected. Em
Q5 And Q65. How can we aggregate information possessed by individuals to make the best decisions? 6. How can we understand the human capacity to create and articulate knowledge?
Need Help Rush!The South Dakota Campus with its 45 full-time employees has recently increased its enrollment to 1500 students per night. The increase in student population has had a significant slowdown in the network connectivity in the classroom. Reports have stated that it can take up to twenty minutes, sometimes longer, to get connected to the online classroom or to get to the Internet. The campus is using a Cisco 3500 Router and a Cisco Switch that is wired to the access points in each classroom. Your team has been tasked to determine the root cause of this problem. The analysis should begin by taking a holistic view of the network diagram to understand the topology. Then, progress through the OSI model to find the problem. Also, look for potential choke points that could cause a significant network slowdown. After locating the potential cause of the problem, design a network with the proposed solution. Develop a diagram in Microsoft® Visio®, Word, or PowerPoint® based on the description provided above of the current South Dakota network. Assumptions can be made in order complete the diagram. The finished diagram should include the following: Routers & Switches Wireless Access points Potential choke points
A+ Writer ONLY!Instructions: All responses should be at least 200 words in length each. You must use at least your textbook to complete this assignment. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations. All references and citations used must be in APA style. A5 1. Briefly summarize the different types of Medicare insurance programs. What coverage is available? Who is eligible? What, if any, is mandatory coverage? 4. Outline the differences that exist among the various types of retirement programs available. Which retirement program, in your opinion, provides the most benefit to employees? Explain your choice. A6 2. Identify and explain the two types of executive in a company and how they differ from regular employees. 3. What are the particular forms of deferred compensation? Provide a detailed explanation of each.
EpidemiologyDirections: Please answer the following questions from the Lee et al. study (attached PDF). It is not required to cite the article, however if you cite outside material please use AMA style. Questions : 1. What makes the randomized controlled trial (RCT) the ?gold standard of study designs? What is the number 1 key feature that makes it the most robust design? 2. What was the main exposure and main outcomes in the study? 3. How many people were successfully recruited to participate in the study and how were they recruited? 4. What were the selection criteria for the people in the study? In other words, what characteristics did all of the people in the study have in common? 5. What does Table 1 tell us about the intervention group and the control group? Were they different or the same? How do you know? 6. Calculate the relative risk (Show your work and round your final answer to two (2) decimal places) of having a major cardiovascular event among those who were exposed to Vitamin E and among those who were not exposed. (Hint: you’re only calculating one statistic, which is the RR. See Table 2.) Does the relative risk you calculated match the relative risk reported in Table 2? 7. Table 3 shows the relative risks of cardiovascular disease and cancer according to baseline characteristics in the women’s health study. Was age an effect modifier in the relationship between Vitamin E and major cardiovascular events (assuming age was not a confounder)? How do you know whether age was an effect modifier or not based on the information presented in Table 3? 8. Write a conclusion for the relationship between Vitamin E and major cardiovascular event for people aged 65+ (See Table 3). Use the RR in your statement just like we have done previously. 9. Did the authors use intention-to-treat analysis or actual treatment received analysis? Why was it important to conduct the analysis in the way the authors chose? What did this type of analysis ensure for the researchers about any confounding variables? 10. Do you agree with the author’s conclusions about not recommending Vitamin E to healthy women? What group might benefit?
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