I need some one to help me to do my Marketing midterm exam, which will be online at March 30th. The exam will have 55 multiple choice and true/false questions to be completed in 2 1/2 hours.  Once you start, you must complete the exam. Attachment are the review documents for the midterm.

 

ineed this assignment Fresh work no copy pest quality work according to requirement. according to my time requirement.

 

You decide:-

 

Scenario              

Scenario Summary

Leonard Cooper Charter School is a K-12 school with approximately 1,000 students. The school wants to develop a local area network that meets the needs of the school now and is scalable for the future. There have been numerous complaints about the speed and reliability of the network, especially since a new addition to the building was added a few years back.

Your Role and Assignment

You are the systems administrator contracted by Leonard Cooper to upgrade the local area network to meet the ever-increasing needs of the building's students and faculty members. Your first task is to interview key stakeholders to determine what the key areas of concern are.

Activity

The charter school's CEO has requested your help in updating the network to meet the demands of the building's faculty members and students. Your job is to interview the key stakeholders and to take action to remedy the issues that they have.

  • Write a two to three page proposal addressing each of the stakeholder concerns. Use the technologies below for the areas of concern. All of the technologies listed below will not be used, so be careful with your choices. You must use one of the solutions below to address each area of concern. Be specific in your responses, and justify the use of each technology based upon the concern.

Category 2 UTP 10Base - T Ethernet Cabling

Category 5 UTP 100Base - T Ethernet Cabling

Category 6 UTP 1000Base - T Ethernet Cabling

Server Farm

File Server

Print Server

8 port hub

16 port hub

24 port hub

8 port switch

16 port switch

24 port switch

Storage area network

RAID

Fiber 1000Based-F

Domain controllers

Bus topology

Topology

Microwave wireless media

Infrared wireless media

Radio wireless media

   

KEY PLAYERS

Helen Ross, Network Technician, Female

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"I don't know who designed our old network or what they were thinking. You see, my job is to support the faculty in the building and to fix minor network issues. Well, we often have major issues in our building, and I'm hoping that you can make things better. Printing is a really problematic area for us. You see, we have over 50 networked printers in this building. Although we do need the printers, we need some way to consolidate the management of print jobs, as the queues on these printers often are filled. We also need to navigate to each printer individually to clear them. There has to be a better way because this is ridiculous. Collisions have become a problem for us as well since we started to add new computers a few years ago. In the morning when everyone gets in, network performance slows to a crawl because everyone is busy on the network with their morning attendance and checking e-mail. After performing a network analysis, I figured out that there were way too many collisions on the network. There has to be a way to fix this."

 

John Fischer, HVAC Tech, Male

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"You know, 20 years ago when I started in this business, I never had to have discussions with the computer folks. My, how have times changed! Today, about 90% of my equipment located within the facility can be managed via my laptop and Web browser. Whenever I plug my laptop into the telephone looking jack in the wall, my operating system says that I'm now operating at 10 megabits. Then, whenever I browse to my equipment, I cannot retrieve any data. After going back and forth with the HVAC support techs, they determined that my connection needed to be 100 megabits. They said it must be my network because they were able to walk me through confirming my network card supported up to a 1 Gigabit connection. It would sure make my job a lot easier if I could manage this equipment via the Web. It would also be great to have the option of connecting to this equipment via a wireless connection of some sort."

 

Selena Daniels, Principal, Female

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"Thank goodness you are here to fix this mess. A few years ago, we added a new wing to the building. I'm glad we were able to fund the construction, but the network must have been underfunded. Each of the classroom areas does not have a live network connection port, and that has been a big problem for us because we cannot add additional network devices to the classroom. I asked the previous systems contractor about this, and she said that we have the ability to connect up to 7 classrooms, not 23. She said that's way too many. It's not too many when you have faculty members who now have desktops that are, basically, large paper weights. I need my people connected to the network in this wing, and that equipment needs to be used - bottom line. As for the seven classrooms I do have connected, the faculty there often complain that the connection from their area to the mail server at the other end of the building is often very slow."

 

Alfred Wingfield, IT Director, Male

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"This has been a long time coming. I told the contractors that expanded our building a few years ago that we needed two things: just two simple things. One was and updated cable infrastructure that would enable us to integrate our voice over an I.P. system with our current data system. The other was that all of our backbone switches would be connected to each other with a high speed connection. What did I get? I got neither one of these request taken care of. I swear, I don't know how that crew left here with a pay check. Our voice over I.P. phones will not work because the vendor says we should be running at least a 1,000, 100 based network. As far as the backbone is concerned, after our last testing, I can honestly conclude that it is not running up to par. There is an extreme bottleneck, and communication from one end of the building to the other is sporadic at best. They gave us a twisted pair connection between our old wing backbone switch and the new wing backbone switch, which are about 120 meters apart. You have to have a better solution for us than this because this has been one frustrating ordeal!"

 

 

I need to do a data gathering from RFC of UDP protocol for these Quality Model:

 

1-Functionality

2-Reliability

3-Usability

4-Efficiency

5-Maintainability

6-Portability

 

 

so you need to do data gathering from RFC of UDP protocol for functionality. Then do data gathering from RFC of UDP protocol for reliability etc... HOW TO DO THAT IS JUST TYPE IN GOOGLE RFC FOR UDP then get pdf file and read it.If you did not understand anything plese let me know. It does not mater how many page. But i need the reference

 

Have you ever thought about what vitamins you are taking and why they are so important? I never paid attention to the back of a food label until I was required to take a nutrition course. You should always pay attention to what types of food you are eating because you can develop a serious health condition from lacking vitamins. Vitamins do not provide the body with fuel for energy.The B vitamins help the body use that fuel. The B vitamins is a water soluble vitamin and also the major role is it improves your metabolism.

1-     1-When and where did Chernobyl disaster take place?

2.      2-How were local residents evacuated from Chernobyl?

3.      3-What was the radius of people and villages that had to be evacuated from the region?

4.      4-How many people were evacuated from the entire region?

5.      5-Why was the radioactive cloud dangerous?  What did it affect?

6.      6-What materials did the Russians first use to fill the hole and stop the fire at reactor number four?

7.      7-What are some of the effects of radioactive poisoning?  

8.      8-Why were the miners brought into Chernobyl?

9.      9-Why were the Soviets so adamant about stopping the magma from seeping down under the reactor? What could this possibly contaminate?

10.  10-How many soldiers and officers passed through Chernobyl in the first year?  How many civilians?

11.  11-What was the name given to the troops who were brought in to clean up the disaster?

12.  12-What was beber?  Why was it dropped from helicopters?

13.  13-Why did they create special hunting squads?

14.  14-What was the ultimate solution to cover the 4th reactor? Who came up with this idea?

15.  15-How did the liquidators protect themselves while removing the graphite from the roof?

16.  16-How many ron-jins did the Soviet government “say” the liquidators who worked on the roof were exposed to?

17.  17-What was the symbolic gesture that the Soviets used after the cleanup effort was over?

18.  18-What was the reward for participating in the roof cleanup?

19.  19-How many refugees from this region have been documented?

20.   20-How did the Soviets manipulate the numbers in terms of the limits to human contamination? 

Take home: complete calculate and finalize using matlab or Mathcad for both problems.   If your inclass work was incorrect, repeat those steps as well. 

Submit your take home code in pdf format on blackboard.

 

 Present each part of your solutions in the following format:

 

  • Assemble       (20% of in class score)                                                                          
    • State what needs to be found (identify the extensive property to be counted).
    • Diagram the set-up/situation with a brief description
  • Analyze    (20% of inclass score)                                                                         
    • List assumptions
    • Identify given (pertinent) information from the problem statement
    • Provide extra data necessary ( if applicable)
    • Identify a basis for your solution
    • Describe the system
    • Write the governing equation for the situations you wish to solve identifying terms which will cancel or stay
  • Calculate     (60% of inclass score/80% of take home score)                                                                             
    • State governing equation in reduced form with extensive properties of interest
    • Calculate answers - SHOW ALL WORK/STEPS/CONVERSIONS
  • Finalize   (20% of take home score)                                                                     
    • Formally state your answer with correct units
    • Draw appropriate conclusions about your answer

Problem statements

 

1. Consider a cold winter day with an air temperature of 5 C and a relative humidity of about 20% (moisture content 0.001 gm H2O/gm dry air).  A person waiting at the bus stop inhales at an average rate of 7 gm dry air/min and exhales air saturated with water at body temperature (37 C) and 1 atm.  Assume the heat capacity of dry air is 1.0A J/(gm*degC).  Estimate the rate of heat loss by breathing in kcal/hr.  Also estimate the rate of water loss in gm/hr.  Where A is from your student id number.

 

 

2. Proper freezing of AB ml volume reduced cord blood must take into consideration three distinct temperature regions in which the cord blood unit exhibits markedly different thermodynamic properties (above freezing, at freezing and below freezing). Determine the change in enthalpy for AB mL of blood initially at 6 C frozen at -50 C. The specific heat of the blood above freezing (-3 C) is 1 cal/(gm*K). The specific heat of the frozen blood is 0.5 cal/(gm*K). The specific latent heat of fusion for blood is 76 cal/gm.  Remember, ABCD are the last four digits of your student id.

1. Would it be correct to say that language is a distinguishing feature of Homo sapiens sapiens?  Contrast human language and communication systems with those of other animals. You should include a discussion of the communication systems and language capabilities of non-human primates.



2. In Guns, Germs and Steel, Jared Diamond discusses the “Collision at Cajamarca.”  Analyze the collision at Cajamarca and its outcome in terms of Diamond’s discussion of proximate and ultimate factors. Your answer should include a discussion of the differences between the Neolithic revolution in the Old World and the New World.

 

 

choose one Q and write about it 

at least 3 pages and no exceed than 5 

 

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Take home: complete calculate and finalize using matlab or Mathcad for both problems.   If your inclass work was incorrect, repeat those steps as well. 

Submit your take home code in pdf format on blackboard.

 

 Present each part of your solutions in the following format:

 

  • Assemble       (20% of in class score)                                                                          
    • State what needs to be found (identify the extensive property to be counted).
    • Diagram the set-up/situation with a brief description
  • Analyze    (20% of inclass score)                                                                         
    • List assumptions
    • Identify given (pertinent) information from the problem statement
    • Provide extra data necessary ( if applicable)
    • Identify a basis for your solution
    • Describe the system
    • Write the governing equation for the situations you wish to solve identifying terms which will cancel or stay
  • Calculate     (60% of inclass score/80% of take home score)                                                                             
    • State governing equation in reduced form with extensive properties of interest
    • Calculate answers - SHOW ALL WORK/STEPS/CONVERSIONS
  • Finalize   (20% of take home score)                                                                     
    • Formally state your answer with correct units
    • Draw appropriate conclusions about your answer

Problem statements

 

1. Consider a cold winter day with an air temperature of 5 C and a relative humidity of about 20% (moisture content 0.001 gm H2O/gm dry air).  A person waiting at the bus stop inhales at an average rate of 7 gm dry air/min and exhales air saturated with water at body temperature (37 C) and 1 atm.  Assume the heat capacity of dry air is 1.0A J/(gm*degC).  Estimate the rate of heat loss by breathing in kcal/hr.  Also estimate the rate of water loss in gm/hr.  Where A is from your student id number.

 

 

2. Proper freezing of AB ml volume reduced cord blood must take into consideration three distinct temperature regions in which the cord blood unit exhibits markedly different thermodynamic properties (above freezing, at freezing and below freezing). Determine the change in enthalpy for AB mL of blood initially at 6 C frozen at -50 C. The specific heat of the blood above freezing (-3 C) is 1 cal/(gm*K). The specific heat of the frozen blood is 0.5 cal/(gm*K). The specific latent heat of fusion for blood is 76 cal/gm.  Remember, ABCD are the last four digits of your student id.

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