The type of environment represented

What type of environment will you be presenting in? If you know ahead of time about the size of the room, the lighting conditions, the…

What type of environment will you be presenting in?
If you know ahead of time about the size of the room, the lighting conditions, the number of

people that will attend, how they will be seated, and how far away from the screen they will be,

then you will be able to make better design choices Examples? The larger the room, the more you

will need to think about font size If you have a lot of windows/natural lighting, you will be

better with a presentation with light background so colors don’t look they are washed out

When people can’t read because fonts are too small, or that contrast between text and background

is bad, they are not focusing on what you have to say and it hurts your performance

Commander Everett Alvarez, Jr

Commander Everett Alvarez, Jr., U.S. (Ret.) Navy, was the first American aviator shot down over North Vietnam, spending eight and a half years as a…

Commander Everett Alvarez, Jr, US (Ret) Navy, was the first American
aviator shot down over North Vietnam, spending eight and a half years as a Vietnam
POW

Discuss about his college Education his business and everything in general about him

John Gardner’s Grendel

You will complete the following for each chapter of John Gardner’s Grendel. Respond to the prompts below in sentence/paragraph format. Your responses should be typed…

You will complete the following for each chapter of John Gardner’s Grendel Respond to the prompts below in sentence/paragraph format Your responses should be typed on a word document – MLA – and submitted to the Turnitin link by the due date indicated on the Learning Portal Number your responses according to the prompt numbering and be sure to respond to every “part” of the prompt Skip a space between the different “parts” of the prompt This part is Chapters 5-8 of Grendel The questions are 1 What is the controlling/central image of the chapter? How does this image convey meaning? (Hint: it is most likely associated with one of the 12 Zodiac symbols A key, titled “Grendel Chapter Meanings,” can be found on the Learning Portal) 2 What major characters are introduced in the chapter? What virtues and/or vices and thematic issues do they represent? How does Grendel react to or deal with them? 3 What is the primary conflict in the chapter? How does the outcome of that conflict convey meaning? 4 What is the main theme or central idea of the chapter? How does the chapter celebrate or demonize a cultural value, virtue, or way of thinking? Evaluate the presentation of this theme by Gardner 5 Comment on Gardner’s style, focusing on diction, use of literary elements, and contextual/comparative (to Beowulf) meanings As this activity takes the place of daily lectures, presentations, and class discussion, for the most part, be sure to respond as completely as possible to the prompts

Interprofessional Collaboration

Discussion: Interprofessional Collaboration American Nurses Association. (2015). Nursing: Scope and standards of practice (3rd ed.). Silver Spring, MD: Author. Standards of Practice (Standards 5A, 5B,…

Discussion: Interprofessional Collaboration American Nurses Association (2015) Nursing: Scope and standards of practice (3rd ed) Silver Spring, MD: Author Standards of Practice (Standards 5A, 5B, & 6); Standards of Professional Performance (Standards 7, 8, & 10) Discussion Planning for our patients during times of transitions (for example hospital to home, home to rehabilitation facility) involves collaboration with a number of healthcare professionals Please address the following questions: ***How does your facility promote interprofessional collaboration during times of patient transitions? ***What is the role of the nurse in inpatient transitions? ***What gaps can you identify in this process related to the quality of care? (If you are not currently in practice, please use a previous role or clinical experience in your answers) Required Article Patel, P C, Panzera, A, DeNigris, J, Dunn, R, Chabot, J, & Conners, S (2011) Evidence-based practice and a nursing journal club: An equation for positive patient outcomes and nursing empowerment Journal for Nurses in Staff Development, 27(5), 227-230

Beverage distribution

You work for a large beverage distribution company and you are managing the “Milk or no Milk” project, which involves a redesign of the milk…

You work for a large beverage distribution company and you are managing the “Milk or no Milk” project, which involves a redesign of the milk container for your company You have several things to consider in order to complete the project successfully Most generally, you will need to factor both the functional and nonfunctional requirements of the project Complete a 750-1,000 word proposal that identifies the appropriate stakeholders, defines the requirements for the stakeholders and states the rationale for the requirements Also, identify the business requirements across the organization so that the data can be properly validated Some of the functional requirements to consider are the business rules, industry rules, legal or regulatory requirements, and certification requirements Some of the nonfunctional requirements to consider are performance (ie, shelf life), reliability, environmental impact, and ease of use to open

“The Lottery in Babylon”by Jorge Luis Borges

In your essay, you will interpret “The Lottery in Babylon” by Jorge Luis Borges. This essay will be at least 1250 words—and you must also…

In your essay, you will interpret “The Lottery in Babylon” by Jorge Luis Borges This essay will be at least 1250 words—and you must also incorporate at least one scholarly source which is “The Holy Bible” For this assignment, all primary and secondary sources must be cited—both in-text and in the Works Cited at the end —incorrect MLA 8th format As always, your essay must feature your own clear, original thesis You are embarking upon a focused inquiry about “The Lottery in Babylon” (Your essay might briefly refer to or quote from other stories or poems to support your argument, especially if you’re writing about Borges, but this is not a comparative essay; this time, the goal is not to balance but focus) Think of this as an opportunity to dig deeper into something that interests or excites you about literature Inquiry means starting with a question or problem and working to find an answer or solution There are at least three basic approaches to this task You can think of your essay’s purpose in terms of 1) to pursue an unanswered question, 2) to elaborate an original interpretation or offer a new perspective on the text, or 3) to respond to an oversight or error in previous criticism To start this process, think about which stories (or poems) you found most interesting, engaging, enjoyable, or puzzling As you look over your notes and readings from this class, keep track of your lingering questions about the texts, as well as noteworthy clues or connections that might contribute to an insightful interpretation As in your last essay, your own close reading ability remains your most important tool But this time, we will add another tool your inquiry toolbox: through the process of research, you will enter the critical conversation about your primary text The secondary source (or sources) you cite may be either a book or journal article, but it must be a scholarly source This source might help support your argument, it might provide a claim for you to disagree with, or it might raise a question or observation for you to develop further Ultimately, you will select the source that is most useful to you—whether you paraphrase their entire argument or extract a single quotation After you narrow this down to the most relevant titles, you will need to skim several scholarly works and probably read a handful more closely in order to decide which you will cite in your essay

Drug Policy

Research an article you found related to chapter 3 write a reaction piece where you first summarize the article and then give your opinion about…

Research an article you found related to chapter 3 write a reaction piece where you first summarize the article and then give your opinion about the views expressed in the article the book is Drugs, society and human behavior 17 edition by Carl L Hart Charles J Ksir McGraw Hill education and please APA format no sources or references and please on the page write my name Cynthia Abraham March 30, 2020, course soc 262 bxd that’s all

The accounting changes Harnischfeger made in 1984

Harnischfeger 1. Describe clearly each the accounting changes Harnischfeger made in 1984 as stated in Note 2 of its financial statements What is the monetary…

Harnischfeger 1 Describe clearly each the accounting changes Harnischfeger made in 1984 as stated in
Note 2 of its financial statements

What is the monetary effect of the depreciation accounting method change on the
reported income in 1984? How and by how much ($) will this change affect profits in
future years?What is the monetary effect of the depreciation lives change? How and by how much
($) will this change affect future reported profits?The depreciation accounting changes assume that Harnischfeger’s plant and machinery
will last longer and will lose their value more slowly Given the business conditions
Harnischfeger was facing in its primary industries in 1984, are these economic
assumptions justified?In Note 7, Harnischfeger describes the effect of LIFO inventory liquidation on its
reported profits in 1984 Describe what is meant by LIFO liquidation and how
liquidation affects a company’s income statement and balance sheet What is the
monetary impact ($) of this LIFO liquidation on 1984 income?Note 8, states Harnischfeger’s allowance for doubtful accounts Compute the ratio of
the allowance to gross receivables (receivables before the allowance) in 1983 andWhat would the allowance have been ($) if the company maintained the ratio at
the 1983 level? How much did the pre-tax income increase ($) as a result of the changed
ratio in 1984?Note 9, page 216, states that Harnischfeger decreased R&D expense in 1984 relative to
the previous two years Do you think this change was motivated by business
considerations or accounting considerations? How and by how much ($) did this change
affect the company’s reported profits in 1984?Note 11, describes a number of changes in Harnischfeger’s pension plans inDescribe these changes as clearly as you can What are the economic
consequences of these changes to Harnischfeger and its workers?How and by how much ($) did the pension plan changes affect Harnischfeger’s
financial statements in 1984? Are these changes likely to affect future profits? If so by
how much ($)?Summarize all the accounting changes Harnischfeger made in 1984, and their
monetary impact on revenues ($), pre-tax profits ($), and cash flows ($) in 1984The financial accounting statements are used by: investors, lenders, customers,
employees, and governments in dealing with Harnischfeger Among these groups, who is
most likely to “see through” the above accounting changes, and who is least likely to do
so?Are the accounting changes likely to help or to hinder Harnischfeger’s ability to
implement its business plan? Be as specific as possible

Grendel Chapter 1-4 Research

You will complete the following for each chapter of John Gardner’s Grendel. Respond to the prompts below in sentence/paragraph format. Your responses should be typed…

You will complete the following for each chapter of John Gardner’s Grendel Respond to the prompts below in sentence/paragraph format Your responses should be typed on a word document – MLA – and submitted to the Turnitin link by the due date indicated on the Learning Portal Number your responses according to the prompt numbering and be sure to respond to every “part” of the prompt Skip a space between the different “parts” of the prompt this assignment will need you to research Grendel ch1-4 These are the questions to answer: 1 What is the controlling/central image of the chapter? How does this image convey meaning? (Hint: it is most likely associated with one of the 12 Zodiac symbols A key, titled “Grendel Chapter Meanings,” can be found on the Learning Portal) 2 What major characters are introduced in the chapter? What virtues and/or vices and thematic issues do they represent? How does Grendel react to or deal with them? 3 What is the primary conflict in the chapter? How does the outcome of that conflict convey meaning? 4 What is the main theme or central idea of the chapter? How does the chapter celebrate or demonize a cultural value, virtue, or way of thinking? Evaluate the presentation of this theme by Gardner 5 Comment on Gardner’s style, focusing on diction, use of literary elements, and contextual/comparative (to Beowulf) meanings As this activity takes the place of daily lectures, presentations, and class discussion, for the most part, be sure to respond as completely as possible to the prompts You will be graded on the depth of your responses

CAPITAL INVESTMENT Combined (problem creation and solution)

Creating Questions and Solutions Students are expected to create two (2) questions, in which one question is on the Valuation of Firms and one question…

Creating Questions and Solutions Students are expected to create two (2) questions, in which one question is on the Valuation of Firms and one question is on Real Options, as well as the accompanying solutions to each question: The question on Valuation of Firms can be about DCF analysis, valuation multiples, or some combination of the two The question on real options can be about decision tree analysis, binomial trees, risk-neutral probability, or some combination of the three This is an opportunity for you to apply the models and concepts we learned in class to a setting of your choice For instance, how to value the share of a company undergoing an initial public offering, or how to value a merger based on the combined value of two companies? You can also be creative and have a little fun with the setting! Why not focus on a fictional company in your favorite fictional universe (eg Stark Industries from the MCU)?