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Paul Laurence Dunbar wanted to “interpret my own people through song and story, and prove to the many that we are more human than African.” In reading his “Sympathy”, I didn’t struggle as much with this poem as I did the others. “I know what the caged bird beats his wing till its blood is red on the cruel bars”. (Baym, 2013, pg 1809).  The bird in the cage trying to break free, represented the black man trying to be free to enjoy their life just as the white man does.

Reading Kate Chopin, “The Story of an Hour”, is set in a time when women were to bend their will to their husband. Once she hears of her husband’s tragic accident, her mourning is what is expected. Then she comes to the realization that the death of her husband means her freedom. “There would be no powerful will bending hers in that blind persistence with which men and women believe they have a right to impose a private will upon a fellow-creature.” (Baym, 2013, pg 1610). She believes his death allows her to live life for herself. Unfortunately, her good fortune lasted for just an hour.

The next read, Frederick Douglass, “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July” was the first time that I have ever read a story that both amazed and moved me with its delivery. While reading, I felt the passion behind the speech and the belief in the extensive disparages between “Americans” and the slaves. Douglass writes “That which is inhuman cannot be divine,” allowing the listeners in attendance to understand that their treatment of the slaves is neither Godly nor the treatment deserving of fellow men.

In part two of the midterm exam you will be given various problems to solve. In this case, work out your answers on a word document showing how you arrived at your answer. Enter your answer in the appropriate question window. You will be asked to submit your work document at the end of the midterm. Credit will be given for correctly working through a problem even though an answer may be incorrect. It's important for your grade to show all of your work. 

You will receive six (6) questions worth 10 points each.  

It's an online class I will supply you with the login 

 

The question is:

 

A signal-to-interference ratio of 12 dB is required for satisfactory performance of the cellular system in an office environment. The noise + interference at 900 MHz is - 115 dBm. The desired coverage radius for an access point is 50 m in an office building with 4 floors between the mobile and access point. Find the mobile terminal transmit power.

 

 

  • Deliverable Length:  2 pages
  • Description: 

    You need to configure your router at your job. Imagine you are using a Linux terminal.

    • Describe what you would do in order to configure the router with the following settings:

      • Configure the hostname to be <your name>_router
      • How would the prompt look from that point forward?
      • Set the password in privileged mode to <some password>
      • Put the command into effect
      • Turn on automatic IP routing
      • Put the command into effect.
      • USE ATLEAST 2 CREDIBLE SOURCES

    When you are done with that, explain what else you might need to do when configuring a router and what could be done to make the process quicker.

prepare two project outlines using Microsoft® Project for the development of a mobile application. One project outline uses a waterfall model, another uses an agile method. Each outline shall consist of a task list and a Gantt chart showing task durations and precedence relationships.

Include a 350- to 700-word brief explanation of how the two project outlines differ. Be sure to address how Agile addresses complexity and uncertainty.

NO PLAGIARISM - APA WITH REFERENCES & CITATIONS

 

In this activity, you will analyze and study the subject presented and compose an outline of a response addressing the questions posed. Your writing should concentrate on the development of specific events, issues, or conditions of the subject and their relationships. The outline response should involve research and documented evidence of the subject (CPDLC) and be of sufficient content to write a 1.5 page report in Week 5.

 
Guidelines and notes:
This assignment has two stages; the first is your preliminary outline due in this module. The second stage will be due in Module 5, which will involve writing out the full paper.(I NEED THE FULL PAPER)




Here you will turn in an outline of the paper using the APA Style template provided. Here are the steps:
 
  1. First, save this template (see attachments) to your computer (.docx).  Open the file and read the document. You will use this document for your submittal.
  2. Read this outline guide . (see attachments)
  3. Delete the body of text from the template file. Begin entering information such as the title, your name, etc.
  4. Enter your thesis statement at the top of the first page in sentence format.
  5. Follow the outline format, entering the introduction, body, and conclusion. The final paper must be about 1.5 pages long.
  6. The outline must include at least two in-text citations and two sources, both in APA style.
Computer Input-Output Technologies that Link Pilots and Air Traffic Controllers



 Both the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Eurocontrol (Europe’s FAA) actively research, experiment with, and deploy technologies in order to create a safer and more efficient airspace system.



 An example is Controller-Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC), which in addition to the existing radio, creates a second channel for communication between pilots and air traffic controllers (ATC). Instead of keying the radio, ATC and pilots type instructions and requests and send via text messaging. This reduces ATC workload and frees up the radio channels for important communications.



Figure 1: The Datalink Control and Display Unit (DCDU) on an Airbus A330, the pilot interface for CPDLC messages. Source Wikimedia (Links to an external site.)


To explore, view these two YouTube videos and while doing so take note of the computer technology in use, especially the input and output devices:
 
 
 

 

Case Study Supplemental Resources

Croft, J. (2012, January). Round two for controller-pilot datalink as FAA contract award looms. Flightglobal. http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/in-focus-round-two-for-controller-pilot-datalink-as-faa-contract-award-looms-366940/ (Links to an external site.)

Eurocontrol. (n.d.). Link 2000+ Programme.  Retrieved from: http://www.eurocontrol.int/services/link-2000-programme (Links to an external site.)

Keller, J. (2012, February). FAA approval paves the way for commercial aircraft to exchange data with ATC over HF radio. http://www.militaryaerospace.com/articles/2012/02/faa_approval_pavesthewayforcommercialaircrafttoexchangedatawitha.html (Links to an external site.)

Mitre Corp. (2005). Projecting the Effect of CPDLC on NAS Capacity.



http://www.mitre.org/work/tech_papers/tech_papers_05/05_0119/05_0119.pdf (Links to an external site.)

Wien, K. (2012, March). Cockpit Chronicles: What's not to like about the 757? I'll show you. Gadling.



http://www.gadling.com/2012/03/08/cockpit-chronicles-whats-not-to-like-about-the-757-ill-show/ (Links to an external site.)

 

Case Study Questions:

Briefly state the benefits derived from application of computer technology to controller – pilot communications. Explore in detail the challenges or risks of using CPDLC.





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MUST BE NEW WORK IN APA FORMAT AND ALL POINTS MUST BE COVERED.

 

Prepare a 1,000 word paper in which you discuss the causes of psychopathology.

Address the following:

  • Provide a brief overview of how culture is a factor in determining the expression of psychopathology.
  • Examine the causes of psychopathology using one of the psychological perspectives in the text.
  • Explain the changes in society's perception of psychopathology as a function of a historical period.

Cite at least two peer-reviewed sources.

Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

Reflect on the topic of the chapter, and provide an overview of the key points.

 

 

Analyze the information presented, incorporate additional readings or current news information related to the topic, and provide your opinion on relevant issues (referring to facts that you present to back up your point).

 

500-600 words 

Hospital System

For this Dropbox assignment, please read pages 692-716 (Case 14) of the course textbook Strategic Management in Health Care Organizations. In these pages, the Jefferson Hospital System (JHS) is described. JHS consists of a full-service, acute-care hospital (Cooper Green Hospital), specialty outpatient clinics (Jefferson Outpatient Care), and six satellite, primary care clinics (the Community Care Plan). With these components, JHS provides a full spectrum of medical care and a choice of two affordable payment options for what is considered to be an underserved population. Create a 2- to 3-page report in Microsoft Word document that answers the following questions.

  • Why do you think the components of this system are underutilized? (Please note that this is not just a problem of poor marketing and communication.)
  • What would you do to increase the utilization of these services and attract a greater mix of paying patients? State at least four steps or actions you would take for this.

 

If you were the manager of this plant, what would you do to achieve both high employee satisfaction and high performance?
 


It is expected that you will use at least 4 academic references. Websites, such as Wikipedia, will not be accepted, other than for providing general details and these will not be counted in the minimum references required.



Common faults:

Remember that when you are writing as a student it is for a specific audience, who are usually knowledgeable in the topic. Try to avoid unnecessary background statements, unless you are supplementing, questioning or augmenting your answer.

 

1. Lack of argument

Argument is important. Consequently, a lack of argument or weaknesses in the arguments undermine your work. To avoid this:

• Do not present lists of unconnected points as if they were an argument.

• Consider the arguments (including counter-arguments) of others.

• Ensure you critically examine the evidence.

• Present a well-argued conclusion.

 

2. Lack of relevance

You must answer the questions asked. Therefore, you should carefully select material and focus on the questions as set. Often you will need to adapt and consider material within the context of your argument. Remember that the original author’s purpose was probably not the same as yours. To avoid common faults concerning lack of relevance:

• Be sure you answer the question.

• Keep to the point.

• Do not introduce irrelevant or unsubstantiated statements.

 

600 words