You will be adding descriptions of the you observe in the artworks you placed in your art gallery. : Describe what kind of lines are

You will be adding descriptions of the you observe in the artworks you placed in your art gallery. : Describe what kind of lines are in the artwork (vertical, horizontal, diagonal, thick, thin, etc.). What do the lines do? Do they lead your eye to something? : Describe what kind of shapes are in the artwork and where they appear. Are there circular shapes in clouds, rectangular shapes in buildings? : Where is the light coming from? What is it highlighting? : What colors are used? Are the colors bright, tints, muted? Are they different shades of one hue? : Is there a pattern on some area in the artwork? Is there a paint texture such as impasto? : Is the artwork heavier in one area? : Is there anything in the artwork that gives the sense of time? Is it a daytime or nighttime scene? : Is motion depicted? Are people walking, running, floating, or climbing toward something? The Triumph of Bacchus and Ariadne – Annibale Carracci- 1597 – Jupiter and Juno – Annibale Carracci – 1597 – Primavera – Sandro Botticelli – 1482 – Calumny of Apelles – Sandro Botticelli – 1490s – The Death of Actaeon – Titian – 1559-1575 –

Plea Bargain You are a county prosecutor. You have been presented with a case involving an alleged drug dealer who was arrested three days ago

Plea Bargain You are a county prosecutor. You have been presented with a case involving an alleged drug dealer who was arrested three days ago on the street. He was in possession of crack and crystal methamphetamine, packaged in small baggies, indicating the intent to sell. These drugs have been on the rise in your area recently, and there is pressure from the community to make improvements. You feel you have strong evidence against the dealer, including several “buys” caught on videotape. The defendant’s attorney tells you the defendant is willing to cooperate by telling the police about an upcoming shipment of drugs—there might be an opportunity to arrest bigger players.

Answer the following questions : (5-7 pages) 1. What the rules governing the use of force currently are as laid out in the UN Charter

Answer the following questions : (5-7 pages) 1. What the rules governing the use of force currently are as laid out in the UN Charter and customary international law, noting the principles upon which these rules rest, and how they apply to humanitarian interventions. 2. When, if ever, are humanitarian interventions legal under existing jus ad bellum rules? 3. How mass atrocities like genocide and ethnic cleansing and the question of humanitarian interventions challenge and complicate these rules in different ways? 4. What are some of the main challenges that humanitarian interventions pose to existing rules on the use of force? 5. What problems emerge when considering the legality of humanitarian interventions either through or outside of the UN Security Council? 6. Discuss whether you think the existing rules related to humanitarian intervention are adequate. If so, justify this position without neglecting the real humanitarian consequences that would follow from it. If not, discuss how we should balance the responsibility to prevent atrocities with the dangers of imperialism and possible great power conflict. – Be sure your argument focuses on the of the laws of war, and try to link your suggested changes (if any) in the laws governing humanitarian intervention to the existing principles that underlie rules. Requirements: times new roman, double-space, size 12. Citation APA. Use the following source: (attached to question)

7-1 Final Project Submission – OL-325-H5085 Total Rewards 21EW5 – The final version of your entire project is due at the end of this module.

7-1 Final Project Submission – OL-325-H5085 Total Rewards 21EW5 – The final version of your entire project is due at the end of this module. This version will include revisions based on instructor feedback to Milestones One and Two. Note: The final project also includes a new pay mix section, below. This is not included in Milestones One and Two and must be completed prior to submission. Pay Mix: A pay mix is a company’s relative distribution of compensation components such as base pay, merit, incentives, benefits, etc. (Gerhart & Newman, 2020). Different job grades may have different pay mixes. For example, executives often have a higher percentage of long-term incentives. Pay mixes are often illustrated in a pie chart. Below is an example of a pay mix pie chart. Note: numbers used are not from the data in this case study. Create a pay mix for each job family, illustrated in a pie chart. Provide a rationale for each pay mix, connecting your decision to the company’s strategic goals. In addition, provide at least three examples of employee benefits you recommend the company propose in their total compensation package. Refer to the Add a Pie Chart resource in this module’s Reading and Resources section if you have not created a pie chart using Excel data. To complete this assignment, read the for detailed information on the requirements for this project. https://learn.snhu.edu/content/enforced/748607-OL-325-H5085-OL-TRAD-UG.21EW5/Course%20Documents/Pay%20Mix.png?_&d2lSessionVal=5YxvDt15Yy2BFP5ugVSzcBpnz Purchase the answer to view it

Purpose of the Exercise This case study has three objectives: 1) To demonstrate your skill in building spreadsheets in Excel. 2) To demonstrate your understanding

Purpose of the Exercise This case study has three objectives: 1) To demonstrate your skill in building spreadsheets in Excel. 2) To demonstrate your understanding of basic management accounting principles. 3) To facilitate possible future conversations during the recruiting process as a candidate for the position of Senior Business Consultant. Although most of our consulting time is spent literally turning the business around by changing behavior in the workplace, it is imperative to be able to verify, build and discuss simple financial management reports with Clients on virtually every engagement.  In addition, behavior change, and key performance indicators must drive financial return.  It is essential to reverse engineer behavior change goals and these goals must be supported by a clear understanding of solid financial information. Instructions for the Exercises Follow the directions for each exercise carefully. o Exercises must be built from scratch (no templates) in MS Excel o Use one MS Excel document, but a separate tab (sheet) for each exercise o Place your name at the top of each sheet o Try your best to format each sheet so that it will print on one page o Include assumptions you have made and explain pertinent choices for each exercise at the bottom of each sheet. o Be certain to consider the biographical information in all exercises to paint a picture of reality. ABC Company- Biographical Information ABC Company is a family owned business which Jonathan started 15 years ago, issuing 900 shares of the 1000 authorized, at a par value of $100 a share. ABC Company is a small manufacturer which produces ladies’ sports apparel. The business has employed as many as 30 people; however, sales have slipped the last three years, according to Jonathan, due to competition in the marketplace, and the economy. Currently, the business employs 9 people, including Jonathan and his son, Junior, who is the Plant Manager. The business appears to be on pace to produce about the same as last year, $800,000, which is down from their high of about $2,500,000 just four years ago. Jonathan’s family is personally in financial trouble, because Jonathan and Junior aren’t taking home the same salary they used to.  Three years ago, each of them earned $200K per year. At the time of our arrival, Jonathan hadn’t taken any pay for a month, and Junior is being paid at the rate of $50K per year. Jonathan has a few health issues, and wants Junior to take over the business, but can’t afford to hire a new Plant Manager. Morale throughout the company is low, and productivity is suffering. ABC Company sold 12,307 units last year. 85% of the sales were in workout leggings. Remaining sales were from one order of sweatshirts by their oldest customer. They are behind in payables and past due receivables are at an all time high. Their customer base consists mainly of three local retailers who love working with Jonathan and Junior and have been customers for years. Vendors are getting tired of being paid late, and their primary fabric vendor has just recently put them on COD. There is a loan on the books from Junior’s mother-in-law for $30,000, with a pay plan of $750 a month, but the Company has missed the last three payments and Junior and his wife are becoming increasingly upset about the embarrassment and problems this is causing in their family life. Exercise One – Tab One (portrait page format) Build a standard, simple Income Statement (P&L).  It must show Revenue, Cost of Goods/Direct Costs, and Overhead expenses, along with the standard totals in each section. Include dollar amounts and percentages for each line item. Be careful to choose only P/L appropriate items from the list of “The Numbers” the Client provided. The Numbers Accounting Fees     6,000 Accounts Payable   94,300 Accounts Receivable   92,600 Accum Depr – Building   20,000 Accum Depr – Equipment   16,000 Accum Depr – Vehicles     8,000 Advertising     7,500 Additional Paid-in Capital   25,000 Bank Fees     4,450 Building   70,000 Capital Stock   90,000 Cash   36,400 Discounts & Allowances – 21,500 Discounts – Materials    -8,520 Dues & Subscriptions        620 Equipment   30,000 Equipment Maintenance   18,690 Franchise     6,500 Freight Out Expense     5,200 Goodwill   10,000 Income Tax        800 Interest Expense   4,000 Investment in JKL Corporation   9,000 Land   9,250 Marketable Securities      8,000 Material Purchases   292,500 Merchandise Inventory   119,000 Motor Vehicles    20,000 Note Payable (due in 6 months)      7,000 Note Payable (due in 2.5 years)   30,000 Notes Receivable 5,000 Office Supplies 6,000 Payroll – Administrative 44,000 Payroll – Direct Labor 202,210 Payroll – Management 50,000 Payroll – Overtime 13,600 Payroll taxes 15,000 Prepaid Expenses 3,000 Rent 30,000 Repairs & Maintenance 21,250 Retained Earnings 119,750 Revenue 821,500 Revenue Received in Advance 2,000 Sales Commissions 40,000 Selling Supplies 2,250 Exercise Two – Tab Two (landscape page format) Prepare a Six-Week Cash Flow Forecast taking into account the information directly below, the information from the income statement, and the biographical information. This exercise does not have an exact answer, of course. However, there must be positive cash flow each week, and your choices must be reasonable and realistic. You must also show improvements because you are there to improve the business. AR, AP, and other payments due. Beginning Checking Account Balance    $ 7,000 Average Weekly Sales for the last 3 months   $ 6,000 A/R Current        $23,600 A/R 30 days        $20,000 A/R 60 days        $12,000 A/R 90 days        $18,000 A/R over 90        $24,000 Payroll is every other week      $11,916 Payroll Taxes (due on 15th of every month)   $ 1,250 Page 5 of 5 A/P Current        $30,000 A/P 30 days        $33,000 A/P 60 days        $15,000 A/P 90 days        $ 6,200 A/P over 90        $9,100 Truck Lease (due on 13th of every month)   $ 550 Payment on Building (due 1st of every month)   $ 2,500 Equipment Loan (due 22nd of every month)   $ 1,350 Accountant Fee (due 1st of every month)   $ 1,200 Telephone average (due 20th of every month)   $   650 Utilities average (due 4th of every month)   $   850 Mother-in-Law loan payback (due 5th of every month)  $   750 Exercise Three – Tab Three (portrait page format) Based on all of the information provided within this case study, answer the following questions: 1. What are the first 3 things you would address in Sales at ABC Company? Why? 2. What are the first 3 things you would address in Operations? Why? 3. What are the first things you would address in Finance? Why? Exercise Four – Tab Four (portrait page format) The following items may require some research on your part. utilize information on the internet, books, or other publications/resources to briefly answer the following: 1. How might the concept of the Theory of Constraints (Goldratt) apply to turnaround consulting for ABC Company and Clients like them? 2. Provide 2-3 each of leading metrics (KPIs) for Sales, Ops and Finance for ABC Company 3. What lagging metrics will you measure? 4. How would you use the “I” and the “N” of the SPIN Selling concept as a means of discovery when speaking to Clients and their employees of ABC Company?

***REPLY TO EACH POST 100 WORDS MIN EACH*** 1. I have chosen Decontamination following an event. One such Event that has happened recently not in

***REPLY TO EACH POST 100 WORDS MIN EACH*** 1. I have chosen Decontamination following an event.  One such Event that has happened recently not in the U.S. but on the deck of  U.S. Aircraft Carrier was the Fukushima nuclear disaster.  After a 9.0 earthquake and Tsunami that followed caused the rod coiling at the Nuclear plant to fail.  The Carrier U.S. Ronald Regan is forward deployed to Japan and was sent to the area to provide assistance, while at the time the Navy thought they were at a safe distance and did not take to much radiation, it was later proven that the Carrier had gotten to close to the actual Radiation Cloud and took on more than was thought.  The carrier did take emergency actions of turning into the wind and emergency wash down, it was to late as many Sailors took on to much Radiation and are still fighting the after effects to this day. After 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina the U.S. has put billion of dollars into the responding to Natural Disasters and Terrorist attacks.  A All the money is being funneled into the initial response and it leaves out many factors like environment, science and technology.  While most scholars think that a terrorist dirty bomb will not have the death toll of Katrina but where the problem is, the United States doesn’t have the technology to clean urban areas that is contaminated with Radiation.  So if a couple of dirty bombs are released in say Dallas a city of a little over a million people, the initial blast and first wave a radiation is the least of our problems, its the after effects of the lingering radiation.  So we have to find a way to fix that rather quickly, because we are living on borrowed time before a terrorist group gets their hand on a RDD and causes havoc in one of our Major Cities. 2. For this week’s discussion, I chose to focus on “Ionizing radiation effects on cells and tissues”. While many people recongnize that radiation is dangerous, most people do not know just how radiation can change and effect the body. Ionizing radiation is most commonly found in medical devices, primarily X-rays. However, the world is bombarded by ionizing radiation on a daily basis, either from radioactive material found in soil, water and rock, to the radiation from the sun (World Health Organization). First, when it comes to the effect radiation has on the body, the first major factor is the amount of radiation that is absorbed by the body. The second major factor is what type of radiation is it. Both factors will influence the amount and type of damage that cells and tissues can experience. The most accurate way for health officials to measure the severity of the radiation is the sievert (Sv), which factors in the sensitivity of tissues and organs and the type of radiation in it’s measurements (World Health Organization 2016). The most basic form of damage that can be done by radiation is increasing the likelihood of cancer. Research has suggested that even lower doses of radiation, 50-100 mSv (millisieverts), can increase a person’s chance of getting cancer. Radiation primarily attacks a cell’s ability to control how and when it replicates. Ionizing radiation can effect the genes of a cell witch in turn can cause cancer. Furthermore, the more radiation that is absorbed by the body, the more danger you are in. In extreme exposure, between 1 sievert to 10 sieverts, many cells can be killed, which in turn can impair how vital organs function (Australian Government, 2001). Symptoms of this level of exposure can cause nausea, burns across the body and a weakened immune system. Due to radiation changing how a cell replicates and controls itself, adults are naturally more resistant to radiation than children. Children’s cells are constantly changing and replicating to accommodate their growing bodies, which in turn makes it easier for radiation to essentially, mess up the cells rhythm. 3. To enable analysts to reduce cognitive and perceptual, I choose Analysis of competing hypotheses (ACH) (Diagnostic), Team A/Team B (Contrarian) and Red Team Analysis (Imaginative). ACH – ACH technique identifies and compare alternative explanations course. Uses analytic methods to evaluate evidence bearing on hypotheses (Chang et al, 2017). Team A/Team B – Identifies, evaluates, and assimilates data and information from separate analytic teams (Chang et al, 2017). I believe it implements analytic techniques throughout the organization to maintain checks and balances on self and others. Red Team Analysis – Red team analysis exercises flexibility, it replicate how an adversary would think about the threat/risk to estimate course of action (Chang et al, 2017). I believe it is vital to understand foreign cultural, religious, and political views. I believe time is one of the key components of intelligence analyst to success; faster decide and quicker movement to execution will generally prevail terrorist threat. Therefore, today, intelligence analyst will require a different set of skills compared to those used by the analyst before 9/11 attacks. According to Hare et al., (2016). “We have envisaged a workflow in which analytical graft (collating, reading, remembering, etc.) is largely outsourced to machinery (p. 868). Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a wide-ranging tool that enables intelligence analyst to rethink how they integrate information, analyze data, and use the resulting insights to improve an assessment for the policymaker. Future analyst will need to understand “how to interact with data tools, what the most effective methods are, and accommodate the limitations of machines, which primarily means being more explicit and formal in their approach to methodology than is necessary today” (Hare et al, 2016, p. 869). However, I still believe intelligence analyst will need to know the human factors and psychological science, so they do not get trapped in analysis paralysis. If intelligence analysts are unaware of or have failed to think through decisions 4. This week we are tasked with choosing three structured analytic techniques (one diagnostic, one contrarian, and one imaginative) that we believe will best enable analysts to reduce cognitive and perceptual biases. The diagnostic technique I think would be best would be a key assumptions check. Key assumptions checks aim to look past biases and look at concrete facts based on past precedents (“A Tradecraft Primer”, 2009). This focus on facts and historical evidence is exactly why I think this technique would be best to mitigate the effects of biases. The scenario used in our reading was of particular interest to me. The example uses the 2002 DC Sniper Case as an example, as it details key assumptions made and the probability and risks involved with each assumption regarding the shooter’s race, gender, and accomplices (“A Tradecraft Primer”, 2009). The contrarian technique I chose is the Devil’s Advocate technique. The reason for this is because the Devil’s Advocate technique requires analysts to observe and strengthen any holes or weak spots in their analysis. To quote our reading, the value here is in challenging assumptions “to see if they will not hold up under some circumstances” (“A Tradecraft Primer”, 2009). I think this is a great technique in preventing problems that arise from biases before they begin. The imaginative technique I have chosen is brainstorming. Brainstorming allows analysts to be creative, and when combined with an outsider (for example, someone from a different culture or educational background) can bean effective way to take multiple points of view into account in order to minimize the effects of biases.As for the future, I do think there will be a different set of skills necessary to do the job. Unfortunately, I think catastrophe drives changes in the approaches intelligence analysts take. Ideally, this will not happen. But realistically, just as Pearl Harbor and the 9/11 attacks drove reform and changes within the IC, I think another disaster is sure to occur in the future that restructures the way analysts approach problems. 5.       In this week’s lesson, we learned about the importance of sharing information between agencies and partners within the homeland security enterprise. This is made possible and facilitated by fusion centers throughout the country. A fusion center is defined as a collaborative effort between two or more agencies providing resources, expertise, and/or information the goal of maximizing the ability to detect, prevent, apprehend and respond to criminal and terrorist activity (Carter, C. 2009). Its concept is to make it easier to share and disseminate information to those various government and private homeland security enterprises in achieving the goal of protecting the homeland (Carter, C. 2009). The value of these fusion centers to the homeland security concept is that is can be a centralized, organized and known place to seek and input information about various threats that might be relevant to an agencies area of responsibility. The benefit of having on-site representatives that can act as liaisons for their agency and reach out for additional resources if needed is of tremendous value in my eyes. As the lead federal investigative agency for counterterrorism and intelligence collection with the U.S., the FBI has an important role to play within the homeland security enterprise (Kraft, M. 2012). It takes charge during domestic terrorism crisis within the U.S. and takes on role of the on-scene manager for the U.S. government (Kraft, M. 2012). The Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) concept are small cells of locally based investigators, analyst, SWAT experts, and other specialist from other law enforcement and intelligence agencies (Kraft, M. 2012). The JTTF seems to be a fusion center but more for the management and operational side of missions with the FBI and its partners. The JTTF has been successful throughout the years and has grown by over 71 created post 9/11 (Kraft, M. 2012). By being a focal point for the FBI and its partners, the JTTF has shown the value it brings into the homeland security enterprise in keeping it safe. 6. Fist let us say that the DHS believes that homeland security starts with hometown security. It is mainly the work of local police forces that stop potential terrorist plots from happening. However, that does not mean that they can do all the work required. This is where fusion centers come in to play, they are an effort to create a more effective information sharing, training and educational environment. They are supported by the federal government who then provides local police, fire, emergency response, public safety, public health and private security personnel with the necessary tools. Some of these tools include the ability to collaborate across jurisdictional and geographic boundaries. They train and give access to federal systems, credentials and security clearances. The fusion centers are directed by the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice. Now, the Joint Terrorism Task force, JTTF. It was founded in New York in 1980 but grew significantly since 9/11. Now there are over 4,000 members nationwide. While the local and state entities are responsible for combating terrorist activities, the JTTF is still an effective force and is comprised of local officers. The National Joint Terrorism Task Force, NJTTF, is in Washington DC and coordinates with the JTTF and the FBI. The FBI views the JTTF as the nations front line on terrorism. The JTTF is an important resource for sharing intelligence developed from FBI-led counterterrorism investigations.

The following interactive tutorial will give you a good introduction to the topic of the class: . (2014). Pearson Learning Solutions. New York, NY. After

The following interactive tutorial will give you a good introduction to the topic of the class: . (2014). Pearson Learning Solutions. New York, NY. After you’ve reviewed the tutorial, dig into the main concepts of the module with the following two readings. Pay close attention to concepts such as 1) programmed versus non-programmed decisions, 2) strategic versus operational decisions, and 3) rational versus intuitive decision-making: For a good overview of the concepts of this module, take a look at the following reading: Moshal, B. S. (2009). Chapter 7: Decision making in an organization. New Delhi: Global Professional Publishing Ltd. [eBook Business Collection. Note – you don’t have to read the whole chapter, just the first half up to the section “Decision Making Environment”. Also, do not copy the entire reference into the eBook search engine. Instead just copy the title of the book, e.g. “ ] For a more detailed discussion about rational versus intuitive decision-making, see the following chapter. The first few pages are especially important: Kourdi, J. (2011). Chapter 2: Assessing your decision-making style. London: Marshall Cavendish International [Asia] Pte Ltd. [eBook Business Collection] Ross, K. (2014, Aug 27). Qantas CEO faces tough choices. [ProQuest] Ironside, R. (2014, Aug 15). Qantas warned to ground plans to sell frequent flyer program. [ProQuest] Gilder, P. (2014, Mar 29). Loyalty future cloudy. [ProQuest] Australia : Qantas frequent flyer hits 10 million member mark. (2014). [ProQuest] Buhler, P. M. (2001). Decision-making: A key to successful management. (2), 13-15. [Proquest] Like many airlines around the world, leading Australian airline Qantas is facing very difficult times in spite of having a 65% market share in its home market of Australia. Due to rising fuel costs and a slow world economy, Qantas has recently been losing money and their CEO Alan Joyce has some tough choices to make. One difficult decision for Joyce is whether or not to sell Qantas’ frequent flyer program. It may seem odd for an airline to sell its frequent flyer program, but Qantas’ program is much more than just an airline reward program. Members of this program can gain points not only by flying on Qantas but also through other means such as shopping at one of Qantas’ corporate partners or using one of their credit cards. Points can be redeemed not only with free flights, but also with products from numerous retailers. Over 10 million Australians belong to this rewards program, almost half of the population. The frequent flyer program is Qantas’ most valuable asset and a sale of this program would Qantas get out of its current financial troubles. However, selling the program would also mean allowing another company to have access to Qantas most loyal customers including their business class and first class customers. In the long-run, there is potential the sale could backfire and would not be wise. Do some research on CEO Joyce’s current choice of whether or not to sell their frequent flyer program, and also thoroughly review the background materials on intuitive versus rational decision-making including Moshal (2009) and Kourdi (2011). Your assignment will be to apply the background materials concepts to Joyce’s current big decision. Some specific articles on Qantas to get you started: Ross, K. (2014, Aug 27). Qantas CEO faces tough choices. [Proquest] Ironside, R. (2014, Aug 15). Qantas warned to ground plans to sell frequent flyer program. [Proquest] Gilder, P. (2014, Mar 29). Loyalty future cloudy. [Proquest] Australia: Qantas frequent flyer hits 10 million member mark. (2014). [Proquest] Once you have finished reading about Qantas and reviewing the background materials including Moshal (2009) and Kourdi (2003), write a 4- to 5-page paper addressing the following questions: 1. Is the decision whether or not to sell Qantas’ frequent flyer program a strategic or operational decision? Is it a programmed or non-programmed decision? Explain your answer using references to Moshal (2009) or Kourdi (2003). 2. Suppose Alan Joyce decides to take a rational approach to the decision whether or not to sell the frequent flyer program. List a step-by-step approach you would recommend, and include specifics regarding what kind of information or choices should be considered at each step. Do not just list the steps, give detail at each step and use material both from your research on Qantas and from Moshal (2009) or Kourdi (2003) to come up with these steps. 3. Joyce has been the CEO of Qantas for six years and is an experienced airline executive. Given his experience, do you recommend Joyce use a rational or intuitive approach to this decision? If there is a new CEO who comes from another industry and does not have this airline experience, would you recommend they use a rational or intuitive approach? Explain your reasoning, and make references to Moshal (2009) or Kourdi (2003) as appropriate. · Follow the assignment instructions closely and follow all steps listed in the instructions · Stay focused on the precise assignment questions, don’t go off on tangents or devote a lot of space to summarizing general background materials · Make sure to cite readings from the background materials page. Rely primarily on the required background readings as your sources of information Include both a bibliography and in-text citations. See the , including pages 13 and 14 on in-text citations. Purchase the answer to view it

2. You are looking at a Ferris wheel (you see a circle) and observe that it is rotating clockwise. The direction of the rotational velocity

2. You are looking at a Ferris wheel (you see a circle) and observe that it is rotating clockwise. The direction of the rotational velocity of the Ferris wheel is? (hint use the right-hand rule) a. directly toward you. b. directly away from you. c. down. d. up ____ 3. You are looking at a Ferris wheel (you see a circle) and observe that it is rotating clockwise with decreasing rotational speed. The direction of the rotational acceleration of the Ferris wheel is a. directly toward you. b. directly away from you. c. down. d. up ____ 4. A clock (with hands) is flat on your desk. What direction is the rotational velocity? a. up. b. down. c. Right. d. Left NAME:SECTION:DATE: ____ 5. Newton’s first law for rotational motion states that an object will maintain its state of rotational motion unless acted on by an unbalanced (or net) a. force. b. velocity. c. inertia. d. torque. ____ 6. An object’s resistance to a change in its rotational velocity is called its a. inertia. b. mass. c. torque. d. Moment of Inertia or rotational inertia. ____ 7. A solid disk and a thin hollow hoop have the same mass and radius. Which has the larger rotational inertia? a. hoop b. disk c. they are the same. d. depends on the material the item are made of ____ 8. A fully-loaded trailer truck is less stable than a race car because the truck a. is more massive. b. has a higher center of mass. c. has bigger wheels. d. weighs more. ____ 9. The rotational inertia of an object increases as the mass ____ and as the distance of the mass from the center of rotation ____. a. increases … increases b. increases … decreases c. decreases … increases d. decreases … decreases ____ 10. Under what conditions is the total angular momentum of a system conserved? a. It is always conserved. b. When there is no net outside force. c. When there is no net outside torque. d. When the kinetic energy is also conserved. ____ 11. A change in the rotational velocity of an object is produced by a net a. force. b. torque. c. rotational inertia. d. moment arm. NAME:SECTION:DATE: ____ 12. The rotational displacement of two complete turns is equal to a. 4π rad b. 720deg c. 2rev d. Alloftheabove

Creswell(Text Book) provides direction on literature reviews for each of the three major approaches to research: qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods. In drafting your review

Creswell(Text Book) provides direction on literature reviews for each of the three major approaches to research: qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods. In drafting your review of the literature, you should follow the steps outlined here (presented in greater detail in John W. Creswell. Research Design: Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed Methods Approaches.” iBooks. pp.149-35). 1. Begin by identifying key words, which is useful in locating materials in an academic library at a college or university. These key words may emerge in identifying a topic or may result from preliminary readings. 2. With these key words in mind, search the catalog for holdings (i.e., journals and books). Most major libraries have computerized databases; you focus initially on journals and books related to the topic. Also, begin to search the computerized databases that are typically reviewed by social science researchers, such as ERIC (Educational Resources Information Center), EBSCO, PsycINFO, Sociofile, the Social Science Citation Index, Google Scholar, ProQuest, and others (these are reviewed later in some detail). 3. Initially, try to locate about 50 reports of research in articles or books related to research on your topic. Set a priority on the search for journal articles and books because they are easy to locate and obtain. Skim this initial group of articles or chapters, and duplicate those that are central to your topic. Throughout this process, simply try to obtain a sense as to whether the article or chapter will make a useful contribution to your understanding of the literature. 4. As you identify useful literature, begin designing a literature map (to be discussed more fully later). This is a visual picture (or figure) of groupings of the literature on the topic that illustrates how your particular study will contribute to the literature, positioning your study within the larger body of research. 5. As you put together the literature map, also begin to draft summaries of the most relevant articles. These summaries are combined into the final literature review that you write for your proposal or research study. Include precise references to the literature using an appropriate style guide, such as the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (American Pscyhological Association [APA], 2010) so that you have a complete reference to use at the end of the proposal or study. 6. After summarizing the literature, assemble the literature review, structuring it thematically or organizing it by important concepts. End the literature review with a summary of the major themes and suggest how your particular study further adds to the literature and addresses a gap in the themes. It is at this point as well that you could advance a critique of the past literature and point out deficiencies in it and issues in its methods. Task: a) State the topic of interest from your research project proposal. Topic: “Impact of Information Technology in todays Business world” b) Practice using an online computer database to search for the literature on your topic. Conduct several searches until you find an article that is as close as possible to your research topic. Locate 5-6 articles that you would select and abstract for your literature review. b) Do a quick evaluation of 5-6 articles you wish to use for your literature review. (Note on your selection: Relevance to your topic, up-to-date publication, credible source and mainly focus on journal papers and books). c) Develop a literature map of the studies on your topic. Include in the map the proposed study and draw lines from the proposed study to branches of studies in the map so that a reader can easily see how yours will extend existing literature. d) Read each article and summarize what it says in your area of study. e) Write a literature review of 500 words on your topic of interest. f) Share with your peer the key words, results of your initial database search and the summary of your literature.

13. In no less than 250 words, explain the different security measures that each version of SNMP uses. What is the different between SNMPv1, v2c

13.  In no less than 250 words, explain the different security measures that each version of SNMP uses.  What is the different between SNMPv1, v2c and v3? 11.  In no less than 250 words, explain what is meant by an IDS and an IPS.  How are they different?  How are they connected to a network?  List a few examples of IDS/IPS tools that are currently on the market. 8.  In no less than 250 words, describe a type of email threat and how a hacker can use it to get sensitive information.  How can a network administrator prevent this type of attach from happening? 7.  In no less than 250 words, describe the difference between a fat AP and a thin AP.  What is needed to deploy a thin AP?  Are there any security considerations to think about between the 2 different APs? Purchase the answer to view it