Daily Archives: April 12, 2021

UN Ebola pandemic

UN Ebola pandemic

An Ebola pandemic has broken out over the world and over 20% of the world’s inhabitants have succumbed to the disease. As a representative nation (that’s you – pick your nation) ( Congo is what I picked) to the UN’s General Assembly you are charged to present a solution to the global problem,

Other Priorities to Consider

1) International early warning systems 2) Penalties for nations that fail to accurately report Ebola threats 3) Quarantine procedures and facilities as well as refugee centers 4) The proper role of WHO in an Ebola pandemic 5) Financial and technical responsibilities of reporting and containing a pandemic (developed countries vs. lesser developed countries). How much is all of this global solution going to cost and who’s paying for….

Differences When Communicating with Adults, Young People and Children

Explain the main differences when communicating with adults, young people and children: The main differences between communicating with a child, young person or adult is our tone of voice, body language, facial expressions, gestures and the vocabulary we use. We need to adapt these depending on the age, needs or ability of the person we are speaking too. If we are communicating with a small child we may do this by either playing a game, reading a story, using silly voices or playing with toys or puppets. When communicating with a young person this is done differently as we would need to adapt our tone of voice, and the words and phrases we use as a young person has a more varied vocabulary. We need to ensure that….

Building Healthy Relationships Requires Collaboration and Mutual Appreciation

Building mutually beneficial business relationships is more difficult than people think. It’s not just about whether you can trust someone anymore, it’s whether you can expect the other side to add substantive value. Unfortunately, we live in a business world fueled by greed, self-aggrandizement, and artificial relationships that lack real depth, purpose and meaning. For example, a company’s good intentions to build momentum through partnership and mutuality is met with an act of deceit when the other party attempts to get the most out of them without any desire to contribute and add value to the relationship. I found myself in such a situation recently when I was asked by a client to help one of their external partners, a leader from a highly reputable organization. During our….

Home School Community Plan

Home School Community Plan: The Home School Community Plan is based on the principle of partnership between homes, schools and communities. This partnership is characterised as “a working relationship that is characterised by a sense of purpose, mutual respect and the willingness to negotiate. This implies a sharing of information, responsibility, skills, decision-making and accountability”. (Pugh, 1989). Family-involvement programs are an effective way to facilitate partnerships between the home and the school. Programs developed by school personnel can provide a forum for parents and children to experience learning in an atmosphere quite different from the usual classroom setting. Locations for the interaction might include the school library, cafeteria, or multi-purpose room. Evening programs may take place outside the school in other community buildings. Children and parents are encouraged….

Column and Thin Layer Chromatography

Chromatography was used because of its powerful technique in separating mixtures. In this experiment the Chili pepper pigments was extracted using DCM, the extract was then introduced into the column and eluate was collected, a technique called column Chromatography. Using the Thin Layer Chromatography the purity of the components was tested. The UV lamp was used to spot the UV visible components and the Retention Factor was computed. Keywords: Column Chromatography, Thin-Layer Chromatography, Retention Factor ____________________________________________________________ ________________________________ 1. Introduction Chromatography (color writing) is a separation technique used to identify the components of a mixture and to purify a compound. The mixture dissolves in a solvent, the mobile phase, as it passes through an adsorbent material, the stationary phase. Mikhail Tswett developed this process to separate the pigments in….

Analyze the Argument Essay Essay

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QUIZ

  When using the free-cash flow model, cash flows are discounted at the weighted average cost of capital (WACC) and when using the dividend discount model, dividends are discounted at the required rate of return of the stock.  Question 1 options:TrueFalse Question 2 (1 point) Saved Heinlein group’s stock has a required rate of return that exceeds its expected return.  Which of the following might be good investment strategies? More than one answer may be correct. Question 2 options: Purchase the stock Short sell the stock Sell the stock Buy call options on the stock There is not enough information to solve this problem.  Question 3 (1 point) Vinge Inc’s stock is in equilibrium and the company’s dividends are expected to grow at a constant rate of 7%….

Dixie’s Daughter’s Book Quiz Assignment

Dixie’s Daughter’s Book Quiz Assignment Directions:

After reading Dixie’s Daughters:  The United Daughters of the Confederacy and the Preservation of Confederate Culture:   please answer the following questions about the book.   Please note:  these are NOT simple 1-2 line answers.   Your answers should be substantial information that FULLY answers the question with some brief examples to show that you read the book.   YOU MAY ONLY USE THE COX’S BOOK to complete this assignment.   Restate each question, then provide your answer.  

1.  What is the “Myth of the Lost Cause’? And, explain:  who, why, and how, was this myth created sustained. 2.  Define “Confederate Culture.”  What are the symbols associated with this culture?  What groups were responsible for this tradition?  What were their objectives.   3.  What aspect of American history….

Its 4 page essay

PLEASE READ INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY Purpose: To write a response to Gloria Anzaldua’s “How to Tame a Wild Tongue,” a chapter in her book Borderlands/La Frontera. In your response, you should engage in conversation with the chapter by stating a thesis that answers the question below and supporting the thesis by referring to the chapter (use quotes) as well as your own thoughts and experiences. You should also refer (use quotes) to the teacher-scholars from the academic Web blog on the English debate we read for class. For your response, answer answer the question below: Anzaldua writes, “Until I am free to write bilingually and to switch codes without having always to translate . . . as long as I have to accommodate the English speaker rather than having….

Case Study Analysis

  Using the attached documents write a thoughtful 10-page narrative report, following APA formatting guidelines, integrating the scholarly literature and information from the class text while addressing the main content areas described below.  · RELEVANT HISTORY and PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS: Are there any relevant aspects of the client’s history or the client’s characteristics, as reported in the Case Study, which might be relevant to understanding his or her current circumstances? How might you address those? If none are directly mentioned, what aspects would you want to inquire about or assess? · ASSESSMENT & DIAGNOSIS: Referring to DSM-5 criteria for the disorder(s) in question, discuss specific symptoms that would lead to a diagnosis in this case.  What type(s) of assessment would be most relevant? Are there symptoms that are NOT evident….