4-5 Paragraph APA and Excel Sheet Due 3/23/19 Suppose you are in the market to purchase a used car. To make an informed decision regarding

4-5 Paragraph APA and Excel Sheet Due 3/23/19 Suppose you are in the market to purchase a used car. To make an informed decision regarding your purchase, you would like to collect as much information as possible. Among the information you might consider are the typical price of the car, the typical number of miles the car should have, and its crash test results, insurance costs, and expected repair costs. Make a list of at least three cars that you would consider purchasing. To be fair, the cars should be in the same class (compact, midsize, etc). They should also be of the same age. Collect information regarding the three cars in your list by finding at eight cars of each that are for sale. Obtain such information as the asking price and the number of miles the car has. Sources of data include your local newspaper, classified ads, and car websites (www.cars.com and www.vehix.com). Compute the summary statistics for asking price, number of miles, and other variables of interest. Remember, the summary statistics include min, max, mean, median, mode, range, variance, standard deviation, and so on.

This is a Reflective Essay Question I only need 4 paragraphs for his assignment. You would have to read the article I have attached and

This is a Reflective Essay Question I only need 4 paragraphs for his assignment. You would have to read the article I have attached and to the response to the Reflective Essay Question.   Reflective Essay Question:   How did Emmeline Pankhurst justify the use of violence in the struggle for women’s suffrage? In the early twentieth century, the British government categorized as terrorism the actions of the Women’s Social and Political Union (WSPU). Do you consider them terrorist in nature? Were they justified? How did their actions differ and how were they similar to those of terrorist groups you are familiar with?

Trace the history of cannabis use in medicine for the treatment and management of illness via nursing scholarly journal articles. Examine your sources for the

Trace the history of cannabis use in medicine for the treatment and management of illness via nursing scholarly journal articles. Examine your sources for the following information below and describe the following: 1. Who are the stakeholders both in support of and in opposition to medicinal cannabis use? 2. What does current medical/nursing research say regarding the increasing use of medicinal cannabis? 3. What are the policy, legal and future practice implications based on the current prescribed rate of cannabis? Attached below is an additional resource that details current state medical marijuana laws: National Conference of State Legislatures- State Medical Marijuana Laws: Purchase the answer to view it

For this assignment, you will create a 4 to 6 page paper (more than 1500 words, not including references) Explaining this topic, with 4 or

For this assignment, you will create a 4 to 6 page paper (more than 1500 words, not including references) Explaining this topic, with 4 or more new references (that you find). The topic is The Digital Divide: Your paper will have the following: 1. Description and Definition (20%), 2. Current solutions (30%), and 3. Pick a current proposal that you think will be a legitimate effort toward successfully eliminating the Digital Divide in the region that you choose (50%). Sections one, and two are verifiable and in the references you have found. The third portion is what you think is a “good” proposal to remedy the Digital Divide. Your report is not limited to any particular country. You can choose a single country to examine or a particular region or the entire Global Digital Divide. Whichever you choose you need to explain the Digital Divide for that region and why the Divide exists. Also, explain the solutions that are being developed to remedy the divide for your location. Offer as much insight and proof as you can utilizing the support from your resources. Here are some initial references. The four and more references that you use in your paper cannot include these: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_divide https://www.theguardian.com/global-development-professionals-network/2014/jan/24/digital-divide-access-toinformation-africa http://students.cs.uri.edu/~forensics/courses/CSC101/example_final/solutions.html http://unpan1.un.org/intradoc/groups/public/documents/un-dpadm/unpan049753.pdf http://www.clarionledger.com/story/opinion/columnists/2016/02/19/solving-digital-divide/80632958/ https://www.edtechupdate.com/digital-divide/examples/

Interview Project Part 3 Instructions OBJECTIVE: Now that you have conducted and transcribed your interviews, you should read through them analytically and write a 3-4

Interview Project Part 3 Instructions OBJECTIVE:  Now that you have conducted and transcribed your interviews, you should read through them analytically and write a 3-4 page paper where you answer the following question: After reading your answers and your family member’s answers to the interview questions regarding relationships, marriage, and family, do you think that intergenerational solidarity has changed greatly between generations? In answering this question, you should include specific information.  First, you should introduce your paper by discussing the topic of intergenerational solidarity and its components (see Chapter 10 of the Cherlin textbook for a review, but your descriptions of this concept should be in your own words).  At the end of your introduction you should state whether you think that intergenerational solidarity has changed. Next, you should describe our data collection methods.   What guidelines were given for interviews?  How did you choose your interviewee?  Where and how did you conduct the interview?  This paragraph should conclude with a sentence that restates your position regarding the state of social change in solidarity and those topics where you see the most (or least) change. Next, you should write one paragraph about each of the elements of intergenerational solidarity (contact, affinity, assistance) where you use examples from your answers and your family member’s answers to the interview questions*.  You should discuss aspects where you found differences (or similarities) across the interviews.   Good examples will focus on perspectives, not just definitions.  You should systematically discuss your answers and your interviewee’s answers.  You may use direct quotes to support your claims, but these quotes should be no more than one sentence in length. All of writing should be interpreted and written in your own words. *To prepare, I encourage you to get three different colored highlighters and read through your answers and your family member’s answers to the interview questions and color code them by the three aspects of intergenerational solidarity. Your conclusion paragraph should discuss what these intergenerational differences (or similarities) mean for social change in society.  If you think that we have experienced little change, do you think this is leading our society in the right direction?  If you think we have experienced great change, do you think these changes have benefited society?  What kinds of changes might we expect if this project were conducted again in 15 years where you are the interviewee? This assignment should be typed, using a 12-point font and 1” margins.  Each page should contain your name and subsequent pages should be numbered.  It is due at the end of the day on Wednesday, May 7.

read carefully. No plagarism, it is checked very carefully. For your final project, you will finalize your grant proposal to secure funding for a neuroscience

read carefully. No plagarism, it is checked very carefully. For your final project, you will finalize your grant proposal to secure funding for a neuroscience investigation. This assignment will involve integrating information covered in previous weeks about brain networks and disorders that occur as the result of dysfunction in these networks. The grant proposal will require you to identify a research question based on a thorough review of the literature related to a particular disorder/syndrome and design a scientifically sound grant proposal using current methods of neuroscience investigation. Your proposal must contain all the sections listed below. Read the for detailed instructions as you write your proposal. . Your Grant Proposal must include the following sections: Carefully review the for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.

Respond to the Questions in Give Me Liberty!, Your response should be in an 8-10 sentence paragraph. 1-What were the major patterns of Native American

Respond to the Questions in Give Me Liberty!,  Your response should be in an 8-10 sentence paragraph. 1-What were the major patterns of Native American life in North America before Europeans arrived? 2- What were the main contours of English colonization in the seventeenth century? 3- How did the English empire in American expand in the mid-seventeenth century? 4- How did African slavery differ regionally in eighteenth-century North American? 5- What were the roots and significance of the stamp act controversy? 6- What was the impact of the revolution on slavery? 7- What were the achievements and problems of the confederation government? 8- What issues made the politics of the 1790s so divisive?

Story development: The story has a well-planned arc with pacing and description to develop the events and characters. There is a clear conflict, setting, point

Story development: The story has a well-planned arc with pacing and description to develop the events and characters. There is a clear conflict, setting, point of view, and theme. Organization: The story is very well organized. One idea or scene follows another in a logical sequence with clear traditions. Language: The story contains many creative details and/or descriptions that contribute to the reader’s enjoyment. The writing shows the reader instead of tells. Conventions: There are no spelling, capitalization errors, and few to no punctuation or grammar errors. The verb tense is consistent. Revision: There is evidence of clear revision. Careful detail has been paid to the character motivation, setting and plot. 1 Flash Fiction or Flash nonfiction story: A complete story approx. 1000 words to a maximum of 1500 words

Paper title; Effect Of Increasing Training Budget. 5 page paper in APA format Introduction The introduction section begins with a brief discussion of the area

Paper title; Effect Of Increasing Training Budget. 5 page paper in APA format Introduction The introduction section begins with a brief discussion of the area of interest and then presents the following sub-sections: • Background of the Problem Description of the background of the problem (brief historical perspective and explanation of why the problem remains unsolved at this time) • Statement of the Problem The problem is presented in statement form, e.g., “The problem is …” Conclude this section with a clear statement of the question or questions that need to be answered to solve this problem. • Purpose of the Study This section explains why the study is being conducted. It may be (but not be limited to) one of the following: o To predict future situations o To compare and contrast (strategies, technologies) o To prepare for the development of specific program (marketing, process improvement, performance evaluation) o To conduct an analysis of (emerging economic trends, the impact of leadership style on corporate culture) • Significance of the Study This section provides information concerning the import of the study. For example, this study is significant because it: o Adds to the body of knowledge of business in general o Is of import to the business under study • Assumptions The purpose of this section is to present some of the factors the researcher is asking the reader to accept as conditions of the study. Some examples are: o The sample is representative of the population o The appropriate variables have been selected for examination the measurement tools are valid and reliable • Limitations These are those factors or conditions that may impact the data and are out of the researcher’s control. Examples are: o Information obtained from surveys may not be valid o Non-valid instruments

After completing your readings and visiting the websites assigned, answer the following question in no less than two paragraphs. ____________________________________________________________________— It may sometimes be difficult

After completing your readings and visiting the websites assigned, answer the following question in no less than two paragraphs. ____________________________________________________________________— It may sometimes be difficult to express one’s true sexual identity because of the bounds established by gender role stereotypes.  Men are traditionally expected to be independent, aggressive, logical and in control of their emotions.  Women are expected to be passive, nurturing, intuitive, sensitive and emotional.  If an individual has a combination of traditional masculine and feminine traits, they are considered androgynous.  Defining sexual identity is a combination of your biology, gender identity, chosen roles, sexual orientation, and personal experiences.  Now, visit the following link to view a CBS News segment on “The Science of Sexual Orientation.”