I’m working on an economics test/quiz prep and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Ask around 30 multiple choices questions in 1 hour, I will send you the review questions later and tell you the time.
Test the application by adding, editing, and deleting records in each table.
Add to and perform the following on the Phase 3 individual project:Add a Visual Basic Windows Form Application Project to the project created in Phase 3 that will serve as the Presentation tier (user interface that includes the programming of business logic into various form controls).
Set the Presentation tier project to be the Startup project.
Add a reference in the Presentation tier to the Data tier project.
Add a service reference in the Presentation tier to the Data Service.
Add the necessary Data Grid controls and graphical user interface controls to show the data from the selected tables.
Make the data show up automatically when the form loads.
Increase the maximum received message size in the app.config file to support the data.
Be sure to test the functionality of the application.
Add your files to the small group discussion area.
Please add your file.
In Week 4, you will be preparing for system deployment and security. In the group portion of this project, you will create the Distributed System Deployment and Testing Plan, which will act as a form of communications and operations policy.
Once all of the files have been submitted by the group members, select one of the membersâ€™ projects and create a 5â€“7 page Distributed System Deployment and Testing Plan that includes the following:System overview
Scope and objectives
Test phases and cycles
Roles and responsibilities
Operational and communications policies
Be sure to reference all sources using APA style.
Make sure that the purpose of each section is stated clearly and that the Distributed System Deployment and Testing Plan serves as form of communication and documentation for the application project.
Please add your file.
What happens in the story? For yourself, summarize the plot (the gist of the happenings). Think about what your summary leaves out.
2 THE reading assignment for math 0312 has instructions in it please read the article ” cambrigde police uses math to solve crime and answer the questions
3.This is the instruction for Brent Staples ” just walk on by a black man” and Nora Ephron “The Boston Paragraph” After
you have read the assigned readings, Brent Staplesâ€™s â€œJust Walk on By: A
Black Man Ponders His Ability to Alter Public Spaceâ€ and Nora Ephronâ€™s
â€œThe Boston Photographs,â€ you have read the Writing to Argue Background
reading at mywritinglab, and reviewed the background argumentative
information at the web link â€œlogos, ethos, pathos,â€ you need to respond
on the discussion board to these argumentative works. The link is posted
on the Canvas homepage. These readings are “argumentative” examples, so
the discussion will revolve around each authorâ€™s use of argumentative
All students should consider the authorâ€™s use of logos,ethos, and pathos .
In other words, students need to post good examples of one or more of
these argumentative appeals. Please click on the Logos, Ethos, and
Pathos web link to read the necessary background related to
argumentative strategies. [I have posted this link on the Canvas
homepage.] Then use this information to post examples of these
argumentative appeals on this discussion board.
Identify the argumentative
appeal and use a direct quote from the story to support your analysis in
a short paragraph (approx. 8-12 sentences). Type the argumentative
appeal (logos, ethos, or pathos) you have chosen in the â€˜subjectâ€™ line
and then type out the paragraph with the direct quote in the large box
on the screen. You will be required to post a body paragraph for EACH
of the argumentative stories (one full body paragraph based on the
Staples reading and one full body paragraph on the Ephron reading).
Please post one response to
EACH story in paragraph format, and then respond to two other student
postings by midnight on Monday, 11/14/16. Student ‘responses’ need to be
2-3 sentences each and should further the discussion. Do not write
responses such as ‘Good job’ or ‘I liked your posting’. Remember that
this is discussion of the story and should reflect careful thought about
both the readings and the posted â€˜argumentative analysisâ€™ paragraphs.
Please remember that you are
only allowed to use your own original ideas – do not refer to or post
ANY “outside” information you have read on the Internet or elsewhere, or
you will receive an automatic ‘F’ for plagiarism. You are only allowed
to use your own original ideas to analyze the works and direct quotes
from the works (i.e. any material you borrow from the work needs to be
in quotation marks and include a page number reference–use the pdf
files for page number references–the pdf file of the Ephron work and a
link to the Staples reading appear in Canvas). You also need to use the
author’s last name in either the signal phrase before the quote or in
the parenthetical reference after the quote. Refer to the Quotes and
Signal Phrases handout for rules/samples on how to properly document
quotes using mla style.
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/625/03… here is the link
Instructions â€“ PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY
Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page.
Students must mention question number clearly in their answer.
Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.
All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).
Department of Business Administration
Organization Design and Development- MGT 404
Course Learning Outcomes:
Analyse the human, structural and strategic dimensions of the organizational development.
Search for the case study entitled as â€˜Reorganizing the finance department: Managing change and transitionsâ€™ by Anderson, D. (2018). In SAGE Business Cases. SAGE Publications, Ltd.
Read the case thoroughly and make a summary alongside reading Chapter 12 in your textbook before answering the questions of the assignment
Part 1 (3 marks):
1. What are the key reasons behind the reorganizing of the finance department in this foods company? (Words 150-200)
2. What do you think the major concerns will be of employees and managers in the new design? (Words 150-200)
3. What are the advantages and disadvantages of a gradual versus a rapid transition? (Words 150-200)
Part 2 (2 marks):
4. Please refer to table 12.5 in Chapter 12 in p.352 of your textbook. Then, choose an example of an organization that uses a product-centric structure. Please justify and explain your answer. (Words 250-300)
Next, research the talent management process within the company you currently work for or a company you are familiar with.
Choose which of the four (4) talent management approaches described in the video most closely describes the process at your selected company. Provide support for your response.
Propose at least one (1) improvement in talent management that you would suggest for your selected company. Assess the type of value this improvement will provide for the companyâ€™s goal.
Please read all instructions. I need it by 5 Nov 16.
Students will write a research/argumentative essay, 500-750 words in length, from the topic below. The purpose of the project is to give students an opportunity to discuss a key political science concept, and to show a basic understanding of academic research and reporting skills. The project consists of producing a 500-750 work essay on one of the provided topics (see below), as well as a works cited page for sources containing information used in the essay. The assignment is to be formatted according to the Modern Language Association (MLA) style. Students should research this style in order to properly format the assignment; papers not formatted properly will not receive a passing grade.
***Be sure to include a strong thesis statement (debatable claim) as a part of your introduction paragraph. Please see thesis statement information below.
Students should use Courier or New Courier 12 point as the paper’s font, double space the text, and create one inch margins on all four sides of the page. In addition, the assignment should be formatted according to MLA style for papers with no title page.
Writing Assignment Topic
What is the role of the people in the Texas political system?
Key areas to address include:
The role of public opinion, interest groups, and political parties;
The state and local election process;
Rights and responsibilities of citizens; and
Key issues and policies and political culture.
The Thesis StatementThe most important and most challenging task for students writing a research paper is developing a thesis. A thesis is a non-trivial, contestable, specific claim about political phenomena that can be proven or defended through the analysis of primary source material. (1) Your thesis must be non-trivialA reader will want evidence that you are exploring an important question or topic. Explorations of the unimportant (e.g., “Canada’s orange industry has been underappreciated”) will not entice any but the most insensate readers. Readers will recoil, in particular, from faux theses that merely state what the author has done (e.g., “I have researched the European Union’s trade policy”).(2) Your thesis must be contestableDo not seek to prove the obvious (e.g., African American voters disproportionately support Democratic candidates for the presidency). The best theses make counter-intuitive claims (e.g., revolutions often occur when conditions improve in a country after a long period of deprivation). There must be, at a minimum, alternative explanations for the phenomena you are exploring or different possible answers to the question you are posing. A good research paper directly engages these competing arguments by demonstrating that its explanation or answer is the most plausible. (3) Your thesis must make a specific claimA thesis should reference specific concepts and focus on a delimited field of inquiry. Statements such as “religion is the chief cause of conflict in the world,” “the International Criminal Court violates political sovereignty,” and “the Russian people always want a czar to lead them” are neither specific nor delimited. An example of a specific, focused thesis would be “Religious divisions cause social conflict to increase in Northern Ireland when they are reinforced by other cleavages or divisions.” This statement sports two conceptsâ€”social conflict and cross-cutting v. reinforcing cleavagesâ€”that the author must develop or support in order to address the influence of religion on conflict in a specific context. https://www.skidmore.edu/government/writing_guide/research_paper.php
Discuss how information is carried from the
sensory signals and transmitted to other areas of the brain for further
processing. Support your discussion with at least 2 examples, terms, and
concepts from professional experience and/or academic sources.
Analyze the brainâ€™s attentional filter and
executive process. Include details regarding each step involved in
processing and attention, as well as relevant environmental impacts
supported by references to professional experience and/or appropriate
research and theory from academic sources.
Explain the areas of the brain responsible for
attention (attentional filter) and executive functioning and address the
relationship between executive functioning, attention, and the learning
process. Include details regarding relevant brain structures and
functioning that relate to learning and support those details by
references to professional experience and/or appropriate research and
Explain the various ways to stimulate the
Reticular Activating System (RAS) and strengthen the executive
functioning networks. Include details regarding ways to stimulate the
RAS and strengthen executive functioning networks and support those
details by references to professional experience and/or appropriate
research and theory.
You must use at least one scholarly article in addition to the text. The title and references pages must be included and do not count toward the three page requirement. Your paper must be in APA format, including Times New Roman, 12 point font with double line spacing and one inch margins on all sides. The paper must also demonstrate clear writing with proper grammar, sentence, structure, paragraph development, and essay organization (introduction with thesis statement and conclusion that summarizes main points).
**Chapters 2, 4,