For each book, Need to find four reviews then summarize on one page per each review. I mean you will write four pages per book.



1. Locate Four to five book reviews on each book (16 reviews total)

2. Copy and paste the book reviews and attach to summary. (Need the link a must)

3. Summarize the main point or highlights of each book review’s content-do not read the books themselves but what others have written about the books. (You are going to write 16 pages) (I just need the main points or highlights of each book review here)



Start with www.proquest.com or www.ebscohost.com or www.jstor.org

 

need four reviews for each book ONE PAGE OF SUMMARY (DOUBLE SPACE)

for each review, I need one full page summarize the main point or highlights the review’s content 



such as 

a) book one --separate file--

review 1 and summary

review 2 and summary

review 3 and summary

review 4 and summary



b) book two--separate file--

review 1 and summary

review 2 and summary

review 3 and summary

review 4 and summary

 

 

 

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B3giozSyX6qAdGM5QkFPWGxoNWs&usp=sharing

In preparing for this discussion, you took part in an interactive scenario called “The Graduate.” In the scenario, you got to experience different people presenting different arguments (some of which you may not have liked). We have learned a lot in this course about the meaning of an argument and what constitutes a good argument. This discussion allows us to discuss more positive things that we can learn from “arguing” in the right way.

Prepare: To prepare for this discussion, watch the following video from Daniel H. Cohen [Link here to http://www.ted.com/talks/daniel_h_cohen_for_argument_s_sake.html] and review section 9.4 of Chapter 9 called “Confronting Disagreement by Seeking Truth.”  Take a look as well at the required resources from this week and make sure that you have completed “The Graduate” interactive scenario.

Reflect: Think about experiences you have had that involved conflicts with others. What was the genesis of the conflict? Would it have been possible for the exchange to be more productive? Think about why disagreements often lead to fights rather than opportunities to learn from each other.

Write: Answer all of the following questions: What is an area of life in which you have experienced people treating arguments as a kind of war? What were the consequences of that approach? What is an area of life in which you have experienced people treating arguments as a kind of performance? Was that approach effective? Why is it better to treat arguments as a venue for learning? What traits of character does it require to be able to live according to that approach? What benefits can it have in our lives to take that approach? (please give a specific example)

4

If a bank increases its assets by adding one dollar to capital then

 

A.

leverage stays constant since neither of these accounts are related to leverage.

B.

leverage increases.

C.

leverage stays constant as both are raised an equal amount.

D.

leverage decreases.

E.

The answer can not be determined from the information in the question.

 

Homework for Professor JAPMAN 

1. Business Disucssion

   

 

 

The world is at your fingertips! Why do businesses go global?"  Please respond to the following:

  • Give two (2) reasons explaining why you think organizations have an advantage going global now as compared to twenty years ago. Explain whether or not you think organizations need to go global in order to stay competitive.

 

2. Computer Information Systems Discussion 

 

"APA and the Office Ribbon" Please respond to the following:

  • View the American Psychological Association (APA) style report (6th edition). Next, review the APA requirements. Then, explain what you believe to be the most challenging aspect of APA formatting. Suggest one (1) strategy to overcome the challenge in question.

    Read the article titled “Use the Ribbon instead of toolbars and menus.” Next, indicate whether or not you believe the ribbon, introduced in Office 2007 and still used in Office 2013, increases the efficiency for users. Then, determine whether or not you believe other applications should include such features as Microsoft Office’s ribbon. Justify your response. 

 

3. Algebra with Applications Discussion

 

"Share your ALEKS success!"  Please respond to the following:

  • As you work on mastering topics in ALEKS, reflect on your ALEKS success story of the week. It can be a topic that you see a real-life application for or a topic that you worked hard on. Share your story in the discussion so that your classmates can share in your success.

This teacher is extremely strict and particular so please follow instructions exactly and be originial.

 

You are writing a letter to the editor to a prestigious national newspaper or magazine. Your purpose is to discuss a current issue in the United States as related to the distribution and concentration of wealth in the United States.

  • Writea 700- to 1,050 paper, modeled after a letter to the editor, in which you address the following points:
    • Select one current issue to use as an example of the distribution and concentration of wealth in the United States.
    • Explain how we define power, wealth, class, and influence in the United States.
    • Describe how class theories best explain the distributions and concentrations of power, wealth, class, and influence in the United States.
    • Discuss why it is important to understand these differences, and how they influence the policy process.
  • Use at least three resources for this paper including your course materials. Refer to the tables and figures in Power and Society as well as the companion website to Who Rules America?
  • Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

 

 Give me a handshake if you like to answer these questions in 5 hours for $5

its an ez task  good luck

 

 

 LItle bit about me

 

I graduated with a BA in Chemistry.

If you have a degree in a similar field you probably know what the answers to theses questions already

dont over answer it making me look like just a talk. I dont have a phD in chemistry.

 

 

im entering a chemistry position at this place (i will give link to the website in agreement form)

PLEASE CHECK the website and research the company

 

the position is called Forensic chemist.

 

 

 



Questions that he will be asking…

 

1.       Describe an analytical technique from labs in school.

(what a chemistry student would do in undergrad work. if you dont know it look it up pls)

 

 

2.       What do you know about this position?

(forensic chemist)

 

3.       Why do you want this position?

 

4.       What does toxicology mean to you?

 

5.       What experience do you have with PCR? Gel electrophoresis? ELISA? You bind an antibody to a well plate

(i have done PCR, gel electrophoresis, havent done ELISA, idk what they  are asking about antibody to a well plate)

 

6.       Likes/dislikes of other job.

(worked as an assistant chemist, and manager at beauty supply company)

 

7.       How do you stay organized at work?

 

8.       How would you deal with a conflict with a co-worker?

 

9.       Give me two examples of how you pay attention to detail?

 

10.   Do you like to work as a team or alone?

(prefer team)

 

11.   Name a time you had to multitask and how did you manage it?

 

12. What do you know about our company?

 

 

 

 

 

This is due in 5 hours. I will be collecting the answers once its done.

make the answers simple and neat so i or the interviewr wont have problem understanding.



 

You have been asked to provide more data to support your strategic recommendations that the organization should consider pursuing to effectively compete in the health care marketplace.

Prepare a report of 5–7 pages and include at least 5 relevant peer-reviewed academic or professional references published within the past five years that includes the following information:

 

  • Prioritize all of the strategic recommendations that you identified in the Unit 2 report in order of effectiveness, explaining their impact on the organization’s competitive position in the health care marketplace.
  • Prepare an estimate of the resources (operational, human, and length of time) that are needed to implement each of these recommendations.
  • Using at least 3 appropriate financial ratios (compound annual growth rate (CAGR), return on equity (ROE), return on investment (ROI), net present value (NPV), profitability index (PI), internal rate of return (IRR), etc.) from your research, demonstrate the financial validity of each of your recommendations.
  • Rank your recommendations based on financial impact.

you must do it on time!

In preparing for this discussion, you took part in an interactive scenario called “The Graduate.” In the scenario, you got to experience different people presenting different arguments (some of which you may not have liked). We have learned a lot in this course about the meaning of an argument and what constitutes a good argument. This discussion allows us to discuss more positive things that we can learn from “arguing” in the right way.

Prepare: To prepare for this discussion, watch the following video from Daniel H. Cohen [Link here to http://www.ted.com/talks/daniel_h_cohen_for_argument_s_sake.html] and review section 9.4 of Chapter 9 called “Confronting Disagreement by Seeking Truth.”  Take a look as well at the required resources from this week and make sure that you have completed “The Graduate” interactive scenario.

Reflect: Think about experiences you have had that involved conflicts with others. What was the genesis of the conflict? Would it have been possible for the exchange to be more productive? Think about why disagreements often lead to fights rather than opportunities to learn from each other.

Write: Answer all of the following questions: What is an area of life in which you have experienced people treating arguments as a kind of war? What were the consequences of that approach? What is an area of life in which you have experienced people treating arguments as a kind of performance? Was that approach effective? Why is it better to treat arguments as a venue for learning? What traits of character does it require to be able to live according to that approach? What benefits can it have in our lives to take that approach? (please give a specific example)

 

If you need access you my online school to view the video please let me know i can give you my login to ashford to see the exact discussion.