BUS 630 Week 1 Assignment - Dell, Inc.

I need somebody can do this assignment in 4 hours. 

i need u to write about buddhism and be aware of plagiarism 


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Can you finish and put the formulas below each group?


7. Car Loans (Hint: P/Y=12). How much is a car loan with a payment of


a. $453 per month for 3 years at 6% interest per year?


b. $466 per month for 5 years at 15% interest per year?


c. $301 per month for 6 years at 7% interest per year?



8. Mortgages (Hint: P/Y=12).


What was the initial mortgage on the house? 


a. $4,369.66 per month for 30 years at 8 percent interest?


b. $1,626.83 per month for 15 years at 4 percent interest?


c. $3,724.21 per month for 30 years at 18 percent interest?



9. Mortgages (Hint: P/Y=12). What is the payoff on a 30 year, 6% mortgage of


a. $255,413 with a payment of 1,321.33 with 8 years remaining?


b. $530,493 with a payment of 3,180.57 with 12 years remaining?


c. $297,266 with a payment of 1,782.26 with 11 years remaining?



Of the three chapters in Yalom for our reading this week, I found chapter 5, "Be Supportive" most meaningful.  While I truly believe being able to demonstrate empathy is a quality that all counselors should possess, I don't necessarily believe that applies to all counseling situations. Our biases as counselors can play a major factor in demonstrating empathy as can our own past experiences. For example, I was raised in a household where physical violence was not uncommon and substance abuse was the major contributing factor. When I decided to become a counselor, I admittedly choose not to work in the field of alcohol and substance use because my bias towards that population does not allow me to demonstrate the empathy it requires for a positive counselor/client relationship to form. I can however,  as a counselor, demonstrate support and encouragement. I can praise a client for overcoming hard challenges, for hitting milestones in recovery, for accomplishing a goal or "step".  I found this Chapter and the acknowledgement that being supportive was important in the counseling field really meaningful because I have not actually heard it ever stated in this way before.  Yalom (2009) discussed that he often “makes a point to express his positive thoughts and feelings about his patients”. Expressing positive observations and sentiments is something I can see myself doing more of in my role as a counselor.  I often worried about the concept of being supportive fearing it would cross boundaries. Yalom gave great examples of being supportive even in the following chapter regarding empathy. His findings with his "experiment" with Ginny was that she often noted their sessions most notable moments when he "complimented her clothing or appearance or writing". In that case he was demonstrating support and it was beneficial for the client to feel that, which improved the outcome of their meetings. 


It's Due tomorrow 2/12 at 8:00 pm


Most people do not come to belief after a process of reasoning, they are born to it, accepting it as a given within the context of their  family, religious institution, and society. In Philosophy of Religion one of the primary focuses of study is the existence of God. In this discussion use the resources in this module to lay out a philosophical argument either for or against the existence of God. Acknowledge the concepts and philosophers which provide the source of your premises. Cite the location of the information you use in constructing your argument. Be prepared to defend your arguments.

If you refer to information from the text, identify the location in parenthesis (MLA Intext Citation)

This is the Book We are talking using 


I have discusstion homework writing 250 words about Institute of Human Origins, and add about Human what was LUCY (AL 288-1)?

And give information