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  • Ray Sunshine Case Study 2 Questions
    Description: Case Study #2 Questions: Ray F. Sunshine 1. Taking a typical day’s diet, does Ray fall short, meet or exceed his daily energy needs? Is Ray at a good weight for his height? Why or why not? Ray exceeds his daily energy needs. He eats a lot of foodstuffs mostly junk foods and fatty foods which are not good for his health. Ray’s weight is too high hence is not good for his height. In the measurement of ideal weight, body frame size is another factor that has an important impact. 2. How many grams of fibre is recommended per day for good health? Does Ray's diet have enough fiber? Ray's diet does not have enough fiber. The fiber in his diet reads nineteen. He rarely eats fruits and grains in his daily diet as recorded. Keeping the digestive system healthy is the role of fiber. Since he is a man he requires to take a lot of foods with enough fiber. For good health, a man should take thirty to thirty-eight grams of fiber.
    3 pages | 875 words | 3 sources | MLA | Nutrition/Dietary | Coursework |
  • Shaping Organizational Behavior in a Shipyard
    Description: Shipyard workers are exposed to high risks in their working environment due to the exposure of the asbestos and abnormal illumination. In that connection, the company owning the shipyard need to implement other forms of benefits other than the salary to their workers to protect them from the risks associated with the risk. There are about six benefits which include Medical benefits, Life-related benefits, Retirement benefits, Disability benefits, Workplace flexibility, Tuition Reimbursement, Domestic partner, and Wellness programs (Gomez-Mejia, Balkin, & Cardy, 2016). Such benefits include both voluntary and legal compliance practices.
    2 pages | 653 words | 2 sources | APA | Application Letters | Coursework |
  • Strategic Communication Plan for Uber Company 2019
    Description: Uber Technologies Inc. is a privately-owned transport company that ferries people using cars. The company was founded by Garret Camp and Travis Kalanick in 2009 March. It is currently run by the chairman named Ronald Sugar, and a CEO called Dara Knosrowshashi. It offers both offline and online services. For example, it utilizes the Uber mobile app or the website upon which the client and the car/vehicle/motorcycle owners have to create accounts. The client logs into his account to request for a ride and the Uber driver who is close to that client will see a notification requesting him or her to take the job. Depending on the destination indicated by the customer the driver can reject or accept the request.
    8 pages | 2380 words | 7 sources | APA | Communications | Coursework |
  • Educational Reforms in US Since 1983 to 2007
    Description: According to A Nation at Risk Reform, American education is at risk due to mediocrity. Students in primary and high school are performing poorly while there are high risks of illiteracy among adults in the US. According to the report given by the National Commission on Excellence in Education argued that the schools and society seem to have lost grip of the purpose of education in the state. The risk is about to create a national crisis in the future (1983).
    2 pages | 750 words | 4 sources | APA | Education | Coursework |
  • Case Study of Peet’s Coffee in Michigan
    Description: Peet's Coffee was established in the 1960s in California. It is the parent company for Starbucks. Currently, Peet's Coffee has more 200 outlets all over the world. The company's net worth stands at about $800 million. It specializes in products such as scones, gourmet brewed coffee, teas, espresso beverages, and breakfast items. The company supply chain comprises both offline and online shops where customers can order the products they wish to consume (References for Business, 2019). The company has also been recognized for its social responsibility. It was the first to establish a roaster which is Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Certified in the USA. Currently, the company has identified a business opportunity in Michigan State. It wants to spread its footprint by opening a new outlet in the state.
    3 pages | 943 words | 10 sources | APA | Psychology | Coursework |
  • Morality, Evil, and Ethics
    Description: Has three journals for morality, evil, and ethics, each with about 200 words
    2 pages | 632 words | MLA | Ethics | Coursework |
  • How Amazon Uses Technology to Advance its Operations
    Description: Technology has transformed Amazon to be among the most successful company. Some of the technologies used in the company include automated warehouses, Alexa, on-demand cloud computing, and no-cashier stores (Lee, 2017). The company runs an automated warehouse whereby customers can place an order online and wait for shipping within two years. The company runs physical stores where there are no cashiers. Customers can walk in the store, picks what they want, and moves out. Amazon operates using cloud computing, which enables other clients can use a virtual server on the cloud and pay for it. Alexa is a computerized voice assistant which guides people on what to do and how to do it. It speaks just like a human assistant.
    2 pages | 612 words | 4 sources | APA | Technology | Coursework |
  • Interview with an Adult (Nurse)
    Description: In this paper, I will interview an adult to understand their individualism, personality, their strengths and weaknesses, and the challenges which such a person has experienced while growing up and old. I decided to choose a retired nurse (aged 68 years) as my guest in the interview because I wanted to understand the experiences of adults and to be specific Afro-American nurses. The interview was framed within four concepts, meant to vividly explore the social, psychological, emotional, and occupational experiences of the interviewee. Such ideas included adulthood experiences, personality and values, the feelings about growing older, and the overall life challenges. As soon as the guest arrived, I introduced myself, Mr. Laz, asked the client (Liz) to say her name, then requested her to feel comfortable and participate in the interview. I promised her that the interview would safeguard their confidentiality.
    3 pages | 990 words | MLA | Nursing | Coursework |
  • The Concept of Value Capture and Value Creation
    Description: Goods and services have a value that satisfies customers' needs. The customer parts with his or her money and other resources so that they can acquire the value created and captured in a particular product. In such a perspective, the value should be captured and built in a product by a firm to service in the competitive market and appeal to its customers. Value is mostly created when a firm develops outputs that are more than the total inputs, which in turn reduces the cost of production
    4 pages | 1115 words | 8 sources | APA | Marketing | Coursework |
  • Conflict Management; Leadership Styles Lesson Plan Showing Proper Alignment of Objectives, Learning Activities, and Assessment
    Description: Alignment of Objectives, Learning Activities, and Assessment Conflict management skills in leadership are taught in many schools all over the world, including the United States of America. They are essential skills in the career and the social life of every individual. Thus, they are embedded in the curriculum of many schools in the US across various levels of the education system. As such, a lesson built on conflict management skills and leadership for K-12 and higher education students shows an excellent example of the existence of alignment between the learning activities, assessment, and the objectives involved in good teaching-learning.
    4 pages | 1040 words | 2 sources | APA | Education | Coursework |
  • Uniqlo’s Market in America and Europe
    Description: I agree that Uniqlo is the world's third-largest fashion company after H&M and Zara. Unfortunately, it has not been able to thrive in the US market successfully. It remains unpopular among many shoppers in the country. Gustafson (2017), noted that although its prices and designs are similar to that of Zara and H&M, the company has not been able to market its products successfully to customers in America. In an attempt to solve this issue, the company can target customers in the suburbs of the US. Also, it can focus on social media advertisements to reach more customers.
    1 pages | 422 words | 4 sources | MLA | Marketing | Coursework |
  • A Comparison between Dyer’s and Friedman’s Business Arguments
    Description: As much as Friedman makes a comprehensive argument about the nature of business operations and existences as a natural human being, I find Dyer's business arguments about the need for critical thinking being more impactful. Friedman outlines the nature of a business operation by simulating it to the operation of a human being who has responsibilities and needs (1970). It is good that businesses have responsibilities such as building relationships with employees, creditors, suppliers, and other stakeholders.
    1 pages | 330 words | 2 sources | APA | Business Studies | Coursework |
  • Coherence and Incoherence Between Human Free Will and God’s Foreknowledge
    Description: Most philosophers have heatedly debated the concept of God's foreknowledge and human free will. Free will means that a person is free to do whatever they wish to do while God's foreknowledge means that God knows everything that happened or is happening in the world. Free will, in this case, means that people are responsible for all behaviors or actions in which they engage in throughout their life. As such, foreknowledge of God is what people are described as omniscient, which means that God sees or knows everything in the world and has control over it. The two philosophers hold different philosophical views in that; Pike believes that God is omnipresent and controls human actions and behaviors while Plantinga maintains that though God is omnipresent, He gives people the freedom to do as per their wishes.
    4 pages | 1182 words | 1 sources | MLA | Philosophy | Coursework |
  • Why Millennials Should Acquire Digital Skills
    Description: Everyone grows up goes to school, knowing that after school, they would get a job. However, in current society, things have been changed by technology. Rotman argues that about 80% of the current manual job opportunities will have been overtaken by technology, and people will have to find something else to do (2013). Similarly, graduates are getting a hard time after school because they find that what they studied in school has become outdated and is no longer sought by employers.
    3 pages | 880 words | 3 sources | MLA | Technology | Coursework |
  • Comparing Organizations with Benchmark Data
    Description: Before choosing a hospital in the United States, it is crucial for one to carefully consider the quality of health services provided, the competency of staff members, and the institute’s rating by external agencies. Certain agencies, such as Medicaid, usually provide measuring tools to gauge the effectiveness of healthcare institutes. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, commonly abbreviated as CMS, develop Clinical Quality Measures which are used as a tool for comparing the effectiveness of a hospital with national standards. In this context, two health institutions, namely Holy Name Medical Center and Englewood Hospital, shall be compared using public health information posted in ‘ hospital compare.’
    2 pages | 663 words | 1 sources | APA | Nursing | Coursework |
  • Modern Art and Designs Visuals in Society
    Description: The Bauhaus approach in modern art has significantly transformed architecture through the integration of technology, functional design, and fine art to create three-dimension objects such as houses, sculptures, or paintings. It was one of the most significant modern art that rose in 20th century. Bauhaus's unmatched creativity has mostly been linked to historical activities such as the romantic medievalism which shaped the nature of designing modern building and other structures in the society (Woodham, 30). It influenced other artworks such as woodwork, interior designs, and textiles art, which were refined later in the modern era through sculpture and painting.
    1 pages | 344 words | 1 sources | MLA | Architecture, Building and Planning | Coursework |
  • Technology and transformation of urban places
    Description: Technology has greatly transformed the appearance, the operations, and the nature of cities all the world. Typically, an industrial city can be defined in four perspectives namely; a Built City, Employment City, Consumption City, and Employee City (Parr, 2007). Normally, industrial cities are marked by a variety of buildings ranging from single-storey buildings to sky scrapers. Also, cities are marked by businesses and shops where people go to buy goods and services for consumption. Likewise, a city is an area where employment opportunities are available in bulk
    1 pages | 371 words | 2 sources | MLA | Architecture, Building and Planning | Coursework |
  • Elementary Statistics and Linguistics
    Description: In quantitative research, other variables such as age, gender, ethnicity, educational level, and occupation might be considered. The age of the participants determines their linguistic competence. For example, adults understand a language more than the kids within the same linguistic community. Gender is important because men and women use vocabularies differently in most contexts. The educational level determines the number of vocabularies a person knows. Ethnicity defines a person's linguistic proficiency, depending on whether they are natives or foreigners. Lastly, the occupation of the participants ought to be considered because it affects language usage and competence in a language.
    1 pages | 172 words | MLA | Statistics | Coursework |
  • Software Naming Conventions
    Description: In computer programing names of files and software packages are presented as variables that are translated into codes using the naming conventions described herein. As such, the popular software naming conventions include the Snake case, Kebab case, Camel case, Upper case, and Pascal case (Adams n.p). In the camel case, the first word of the software name begins with a lowercase letter while other words (s) which follow it start with an upper-class letter(s). For example, computerScience. In the snake case, all spaces between words are replaced with underscores, but all words remain in lowercase.
    1 pages | 383 words | 2 sources | MLA | Computer Science | Coursework |
  • How Math and Economics Correlate
    Description: Mathematics and economics are closely connected in several ways. Economics can be described as a social science which deals with the production of goods and services, distribution, consumption, in relation to resources. It focuses on analyzing such factors using quantitative methods which results in the utilization of statistical figures and mathematical models in the calculation of the required models. The correlation between the two leads to the introduction of mathematical economics, where numerical methods and principles are used to develop economic theories (Kenton, 2019). As such, economics relies mostly on mathematical principals in the investigation and interpretation of economic quandaries through quantifiable tests that use mathematical concepts.
    6 pages | 1666 words | 10 sources | APA | Mathematics | Coursework |
  • Discussion Post
    Description: Discussion Post Responses on Visual Aids, Slide Designs, Demonstration, Acquisition Methods, Solicitation,
    4 pages | 1037 words | 7 sources | APA | Business Studies | Coursework |
  • Financial Risk Concepts and their Impact on Organizations
    Description: Risks can cause severe financial, reputational, and legal problems to the company, significantly reducing the company's income. The common hazards include market risks, liquidity risks, operational risks, and credits risks. Careful scrutiny of these risks indicates that they negatively impact the performance and continuity of a business.
    5 pages | 1307 words | 9 sources | APA | Finance | Coursework |
  • Introduction to Psychology: Chapter 1 & 2
    Description: 1. Who do we credit as having established the first scientific laboratory? -Wilhelm Wundt 2. How has the definition of psychology changed over time? What is the current definition? -study of mind and behavior -APA defined psychology as a multifaceted discipline that includes subfields such as human development, sports, health, human development, sports, health, clinical, social behavior and cognitive processes. - Psychology is the science of mental behavior and the human mind, and the professional application of such knowledge toward the greater good 3. Who was William James? - William James is famous for helping to found psychology as a formal discipline, for establishing the school of functionalism in psychology, and for greatly advancing the movement of pragmatism in philosophy. 4. What is the difference between structuralism vs functionalism? - Structuralism suggests that the goal of psychology is to study the structure of the mind and consciousness, while functionalism puts forth that understanding the purpose of the mind and consciousness is the aim of psychology. Functionalism was developed as a response to structuralism - Structuralism studies the human mind and the basic units that can be identified through introspection. Functionalism focuses on more objective forms of study and argues that it's necessary to study aspects of the mind and behavior in terms of function .........upto 26. What is neuroplasticity? - Neuroplasticity is the ability of the brain to adapt and change. “Neuro” is for the nerve cells, or neurons, and “plastic” refers to the modifiable nature of our brain and nervous system. Neuroplasticity is the reason teachers teach and therapists treat.
    30 pages | 2388 words | Not Applicable | Psychology | Coursework |
  • Roper v. Simmons Case Influence on Juvenile Justice
    Description: In this case, the main culprit was Simmons because he confessed that he would kill someone and laid out his plan. He had discussed his plans to murder someone with his two friends John Tessmer (16 years old) and Charles Benjamin (15 years old). The trio met, but Tessmer excused himself from the scheme. Simmons, accompanied by Benjamin, committed murder and burglary by breaking and entering into the victim's house and tying and throwing her off the bridge. He was confident that he would get away with it since he was a minor. The offenders tied Mrs. Crook's eyes and mouth with duct tape and then drove her using her minivan to a park. They covered her with a towel on the head, fastened her hands using an electric wire, reinforced the duct tape on the face, and then threw her off the bridge where she drowned to death in the river beneath. Mr. Crook reported that his wife was missing before a fisherman discovered his wife's body in the river (Cornel Law School, 2005). Simmons was still bragging that he had killed a woman and was arrested from his high school by Fenton police in Missouri. He agreed to have committed murder.
    4 pages | 1214 words | 7 sources | APA | Criminal Justice | Coursework |
  • Trump vs. Biden’s Policies Impact on Innovation
    Description: During Trump's era, American's foreign policy has negatively affected trade policies because of weakened cooperation and innovation between the US and its allies. For example, there have been severe trade wars between the US and China, and Russia. It has weakened trade-related collaboration and innovation between the US and such countries. Trump's administration promised to put "America First" in the global market. However, he has not been possible because it has discouraged trade ties that could lead to innovative programs that could help the US outshine its rivals, such as China and Russia (Atkinson et al. 2020). In this case, Trump only dependent on home innovation since the existing foreign policy was tough on critical stakeholders in the global economy, such as China and Russia.
    2 pages | 627 words | 2 sources | APA | Leadership Studies | Coursework |