Apa paper on Proctor and GAmble

You operate your own small building company and have decided to bid on a government contract to build a pedestrian walkway in a national park during the coming winter. The walkway is to be of standard government design and should involve no unexpected costs. Your present capacity utilization rate is moderate and allows sufficient scope to understand this contract, if you win it. You calculate your incremental costs to be $268,000 and your fully allocated costs to be $440,000. Your usual practice is to add between 60% and 80% to your incremental costs, depending on capacity utilization rate and other factors. You expect three other firms to also bid on this contract, and you have assembled the following competitor intelligence about those companies.

Statistics exam help! introductory level statistics 

Blackmon, Valerie Y. vblackmon@argosy.edu via edmc.edu 

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I placed comments in the grade book along with the grading rubrics.  The comments section of the grading rubric explains why points were deducted. In essence the paper did not answer the questions as required.  In reading the paper, it was difficult to determine how well you understood what globalization means vs free trade.  Please read the materials from this week to ensure that you understand and can apply the concepts. If you need additional help understanding, I will schedule a meeting with you.

I am attaching the paper with my notes, it was inadvertently not attached in the grade book.

As far as resubmitting this paper, I will allow one rewrite for this paper by April, 24. No other rewrites will be allowed for other assignments this term.

I offer the following suggestions for future assignments.

1. Read all reading assignments prior to beginning written assignments.

2. Be sure to answer each question asked in the assignment requirement sections in the written response

3. Be sure to incorporate the rubrics requirements into your written response

4. Use section headings to organize your work

5. Compare your work to the grading rubrics prior to submission to ensure that you have fulfilled each requirement

6. Be sure to use scholarly writing and sources



i have attached the reading/lectures for this weeks assignment along with the instructions for the assignment.


NEED BY THURSDAY 5.1.14 @ noon pst



Applying the 21 Synectics Steps

The need for thinking and problem-solving skills dominates our lives. Individuals must analyze problems in the workplace, at school, as a parent, and in many other daily situations. You have an opportunity to practice your problem-solving skills through this assignment.


Assignment:  Select one problem from the following list or define your own problem. 

  1. Design a new textbook for a psychology class, science class, etc.
  2. Invent a new telephone.
  3. Design a new suitcase.
  4. Design new clothes for soldier/teacher/cook/student/etc.
  5. Invent a new style for a video game.
  6. Create a short story.
  7. Design a new computer.
  8. Invent a new way to protect computers from viruses.
  9. Create a new type of credit card.
  10. Work on solving a problem of your own choosing - a problem that is related to your major field of study.


  • Remember that you don’t need to create anything physically. You may use images or just descriptions of your ideas.
  • What is important for this assignment is your ability to generate ideas.
  • Number your ideas 1 through 21.
  • Generate 21 ideas about solving it, using the 21 Synectics steps listed below:
  • Response should be at least 500 words

Note: The 21 Synectics steps were developed by SynecticsWorld, inc.

Invention Labs & Workshops |  Synecticsworld. (n.d.).  Synecticsworld. Retrieved May 23, 2012, from http://synecticsworld.com/invention-labs-workshops/


Can you afford all these?! [use for questions 6 to 10]: You are successfully out of college for couple of years now, got the job of your dreams, married your soul mate, and just found out you are going to be a parent next month! Could not be a better time to plan your finances. You plan to buy a new house (You cannot wait to start decorating that baby room!), invest in some retirement account (After all, do you want to raise your kids just to have to take care of you because you never saved for retirement?), and maybe think about little one’s future education (You don’t want to seem selfish in that you are only taking care of you while putting your kid’s future needs aside!). Well, the question is, can you afford all these?!

6. [1 point] Assume that, in total, both of you make $100k/annually. Let's also assume that after tax and all other deductions (health insurance, Social Security, etc), you collectively take home about 72%. What is your monthly family income? 

Online exam need help 

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