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Public Health

Based on the case study, assess whether show me the money should use a behavior approach, a results approach, or a combination of both to measure performance.

Read “Case Study 4-2 Choosing a Performance Management Approach at Show Me the Money.” at the end of Chapter 4 of the Performance Management textbook (page 119).
Based on the case study, assess whether Show Me the Money should use a behavior approach, a results approach, or a combination of both to measure performance.
Using the table that accompanies the case study as a guide, select the job descriptions that apply to the account executive job.
Explain why you chose the approach you did.
Justify and support your responses. Be sure to draw from, explore, and cite credible reference materials. In responding to your classmates’ posts, note whether you agree or disagree with their assessments. Why or why not?

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Information Economics

Discuss some production factors that may cause this inelastic supply


1 Describe why there can be a shortage in a market for a product

2 Describe why there can be an excessive supply in a market
for a product


3 Explain why an increase in demand leads to a larger
increase in price but a smaller increase in quantities supplied. Discuss some
production factors that may cause this inelastic supply

4 Explain why a decrease in price leads to a smaller change in
quantity demanded. Provide a real world example (a product or a service )
showing such demand inelasticity

5 Define Pareto efficiency and provide a real world example
describing the process where Pareto efficiency is achieved and where Pareto
efficiency is not achieved


6 Discuss (not describe) three conditions where market failures
occur

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English

But that’s why i love it,” chappell focuses on the “biking” community and the way he participates in it.

After reading both articles, please respond to the following questions in approximately 250 words in at least one paragraph. Afterward, reply to at least one other classmate’s response (simply saying “I agree!” does not suffice).
In “Just like life, riding my bike doesn’t always make sense. But that’s why I love it,” Chappell focuses on the “biking” community and the way he participates in it. What is Chappell’s reason for joining the community initially and how has his participation in said Community affected his life, both in the past and the present?
Next, let’s take a look at “Early to Bed, Early to Rise Makes Me Exhausted, Depressed and Sick” and the way that Barbara explains the Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome Community. According to Barbara, what is the primary issue that the community faces and how does she go about addressing the issue in this article? Be sure to use examples from the article.
Finally, what do you think the goals of these two authors are in writing about their communities, and do you think they are able to effectively inform readers about these communities (be sure to explain why)?

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Writing

Must use 1 of the films we’ve watched so far as a reference

Thesis question:Jean Rouch: In the “Moi un Noir” film, we see the struggles of the youth and the people with education, racism, and much more. In this field cultural analysis paper, I will be bringing a detailed analysis of how all these issues were a big impact on the culture and the community.
“Moi un Noir” https://vimeo.com/294911765?embedded=true&source=v…
Please write a paper on the film “Moi Un Noir,” which will discuss all the issues of education, migration, racism, and more.
Reminder of Paper Criteria:
Must use 1 of the films we’ve watched so far as a reference
All papers must be in 12 pt font Times New Roman, Double Spaced
5-7 pages MAX
Must use at least 1 journal article, magazine, or published book as a source (You can use anything we’ve read in class, but I encourage you to explore.)
Must have a separate bibliography page and proper citation in the paper in MLA 8 format(Links to an example of how to do so.).

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Erlang

Termination: each actor keeps track of rumors and how many times he has heard the rumor.

As described in class Gossip type algorithms can be used both for group communication and for aggregate computation. The goal of this project is to determine the convergence of such algorithms through a simulator based on actors written in Erlang. Since actors ‘are fully asynchronous, the particular type of Gossip implemented is the so-called Asynchronous Gossip.
Gossip Algorithm for information propagation The Gossip algorithm involves the following:[8:57 PM, 9/29/2022] Rohit: Starting: A participant(actor) told/sent a rumor (fact) by the main process
Step: Each actor selects a random neighbor and tells it the rumor.
Termination: Each actor keeps track of rumors and how many times he has heard the rumor. It stops transmitting once it has heard the rumor 10 times (10 is arbitrary, you can select other values).
Push-Sum algorithm for sum computation
State: Each actor A, maintains two quantities: s and w. Initially, s = x; = / (that is actor number / has
value i, play with other distribution if you so desire) and w = 1
Starting: Ask one of the actors to start from the main process.
Receive: Messages sent and received are pairs of the form (s, w). Upon receiving, an actor should add the received pair to its own corresponding values. Upon receiving, each actor selects a random neighbor and sends it a message.
Send: When sending a message to another actor, half of s and w is kept by the sending actor, and half is placed in the message
Project 2
Sum Estimate: At any given moment of time, the sum estimate is s/w where s and w are the current values of an actor.
Termination: If an actor’s ratio s/w did not change more than 10-10 in 3 consecutive rounds the actor terminates. WARNING: the values s and w independently never converge, only the ratio does.
Topologies: The actual network topology plays a critical role in the dissemination speed of Gossip protocols. As part of this project, you have to experiment with various topologies. The topology determines who is considered a neighbor in the above algorithms.
Full Network: Every actor is a neighbor of all other actors. That is, every actor can talk directly to any other actor.
3D Grid: Actors form a 2D grid. The actors can only talk to the grid neighbors
Line: Actors are arranged in a line. Each actor has only 2 neighbors (one left and one right, unless you are the first or last actor).
Imperfect 3D Grid: Grid arrangement but one random other neighbor is selected from the list of all actors (8+1 neighbors).
Requirements
Input: The input provided (as a command line to your project2) will be of the form;
project2 numNodes topology algorithm
Where numNodes is the number of actors involved (for 2D-based topologies you can round up until you get a square), topology is one of full, 2D, line, imp2D, the algorithm is.one of gossip, push-sum.
Output: Print the amount of time it took to achieve convergence of the algorithm. Please measure the time using
… build topology
val b = System.current TimeMillis;
…. start protocol
printin (b-System.currentTimeMillis)
Actor modeling: In this project, you have to use exclusively the actor facility in Erlang. (projects that do not use multiple actors or use any other form of parallelism will receive no credit).
README File
In the README file you have to include the following material:
. • Team members
What is working
What is the largest network you managed to deal with for each type of topology and algorithm?
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Project 2
Report.pdf For each type of topology and algorithm, draw the dependency of convergence time as a function of the size of the network. You can overlap different topologies on the same graph, i.e. you can draw 4 curves, one for each topology, and produce only 2 graphs for the two algorithms. Write about any interesting findings of your experiments in the report as well and mention the team members
You can produce Report.pdf in any way you like, for example using spreadsheet software. You might have to use logarithmic scales to have a meaningful plot.

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Electrical Engineering

Can you send me the solution for part (ai) sketch and part (aii) calculate the the distance between the vertex and the ellipse in lighting engineering.

can you send me the solution for part (ai) sketch and part (aii) calculate the the distance between the vertex and the ellipse in lighting engineering. thanks

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Management

Q2- discuss some of the issues faced by organizations in evaluating od interventions.

Q1-Discuss the common characteristics of successful interventions. ?
Q2- Discuss some of the issues faced by organizations in Evaluating OD Interventions.
anther question in the file.

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English

Step 5 save and submit your publish

Become an Agent of Change
We have spent the semester learning about important social and racial issues, but learning about them is not enough. Now, we will do something about them.
For Writing Project 4, our last essay of the class, we will be working on a research paper about how to become an agent of change. We will research past change makers and their principles. We will use all of the information we have learned in the last 6 weeks to build our Agent of Change plan. This essay will account for 25% of your grade for our class.
To begin, please review this video:
The Challenge: Find the Courage to be a Change Maker
We are all committed to social change in our own ways. Your choice to pursue further education is in and of itself an act of social change. With it , you will have the tools to be able to make positive social change in your own community as you learn about the world around you and see where injustices remain. These areas of need can become your battle ground. What are they? Where are they? What needs to be changed/improved? How can you build a personal resolve to be part of that shift towards equality or social reform?
You can do so by:
Contributing to social change at home
Contributing to social change at your current employment
Contributing to social change in your community
Become a mentor to others around you
So, where do I begin? We can begin by looking at those who went before us.
Complete Step 1 and 2: Writing Project 4: Steps 1 and 2 Research Your Agent of Change
Please think about a person in history that has made positive changes on society. He/she has helped bring about peace, justice, rights, or a voice for those who could not speak for themselves.
Here are some examples:
Caesar Chavez, Latino Civil Rights Activist
Dr. Martin Luther King, Civil Rights Activist
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Women’s Rights
Malala Yousafzai, Pakistani Activist
Here is a long list of Activists Links to an external site.to explore from the past.
Here is a list of current ActivistsLinks to an external site. to research.
Please read on some of the choices and choose one that aligns with your concerns for the future.
Choose only one to focus on for your paper.
Next, find 2 pieces of information: Newspaper article or scholarly article about the actual person (Agent of Change) from a reputable sourceNew York Times
Washington Post
NPR
A scholarly article on his/her cause.For example: Cesar ChavezNews article (from a reputable source) on Person NPR Life Review of Cesar Chavez Links to an external site.
Scholarly Article on Migrant Workers (Cause) Immigration Reform and Farm Labor MarketsLinks to an external site.
To complete this research, please follow our Research Guide carefully. Visit the Cuyamaca College LibraryLinks to an external site. to conduct your search.
List the Characteristics of the Person You Choose
What makes this person a strong agent of change? What tools did they use? What temperament did they display? Which characteristics made them well-suited for their activism? Make a list of 10 things about this person that made them a great leader for their cause.
Think about how you can embody those characteristics in your own dedication to bring about change.
Complete Step 3 Writing Project 4: Step 3 Research Your Cause
Research some current issues and choose one to align your efforts towards.
Some ideas:
Racial Justice
Immigration Laws
Healthcare Disparities with Covid-19
Policing in the US
Poverty and Education
Here is a list of ideasLinks to an external site. to consider.
Choose 2 articles on your topic to use as research for your essay.News article on the issueNew York Times
Washington Post
NPR
Scholarly article on the issue from a reputable source.
To complete this research, please follow our Research Guide carefully. Visit the Cuyamaca College LibraryLinks to an external site. to conduct your search.
Step 4 Complete Your publish
Please follow this format for your 800 to 1000 word essay:
Introduction: Introduce your change maker, his/her cause, their attributes, your cause, and your thesis.
Thesis: State how you will plan to become an Agent of Change for your given topic.
Sample Thesis:
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life embodied determination and strength as he tirelessly fought for African Americans’ Civil Rights. He argued that education should result not only in knowledge gained but also character developed, and given the current educational dipartites in our school system, I plan to be an agent of change for students who live in less funded areas. I will use my education and voice to bring awareness to this issue in my home, work place, and community through social media and informal discussions.
Body paragraph 1: Introduce your change maker. Explain his/her characteristics that make him/her a strong Agent of Change.
Sample TS for thesis above: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life embodied determination and strength as he tirelessly fought for African Americans’ Civil Rights.
Body paragraph 2: Explain his/her cause in detail. Explain with how his/her cause made progress because of his/her attributes.
Sample TS for thesis above: Dr. King’s determination mobilized the Civil Rights Movement and ignited change and forced outsiders to see the issues facing African Americans at the time.
Body paragraph 3: Explain your cause in detail. Explain why this cause is important and tie it to the previous information of the change maker you researched.
Sample TS for thesis above: Dr. King argued that education should result not only in knowledge gained but also character developed; however, given the current educational dipartites in our school system, students who live in less funded areas do not receive that same level of education as their counterparts.
Body paragraph 4: Detail the attributes necessary for being a change maker. Explain how you plan to embody those attributes for your cause.
Sample TS for thesis above: With determination and honesty, I plan to be an agent of change for students who live in less funded areas. I will use my voice in social media and casual conversation to bring awareness to this issue to those around me.
Conclusion: End with a declaration of how you will be an Agent of Change in your home, community, work place, and/or community.
Sample concluding statement for thesis above: As a social change agent, I plan to bring awareness to the issue of disparities in education. I can do this by voicing my opinion and sharing my expertise on this issue with others in my home, work place, and community through social media and informal discussions. Like Dr. King, I can use my voice and determination to bring about change and expect more from those around me.
Requirements for the Essay:
The introduction must use of the introduction typesActions we learned in class.
The thesisActions must include a preview of the points to be made throughout the paper.
All paragraphs must have an arguable topic sentenceActions that supports the thesis.
All paragraph must have 2 to 3 pieces of evidenceActions (direct or paraphrased quotes) used to support your ideas.
All paragraphs need to include adequate analysisActions of the evidence.
The conclusion must use the one of the conclusion typesActions we learned in class.
There needs to be seamless transitionsActions between paragraphs.
A detailed Works Cited page is required.
Please be sure your paper is in proper MLA format.
Step 5 Save and Submit Your publish
Submit your 800 word rough publish.

Categories
Communications

Describe the image according to the ftc categories:

Find an image and post it here. Use the FTC palette to analyze the image. Describe the image according to the FTC categories:
form (what the work “is”): principles of design and composition, color, shape, media, style, etc.
theme (what the work is about): romance, history, portrait, etc.
context (where, when, by and for whom, and why the work was created): all the factors that went into how the image was produced and that go into how the image is interpreted

Categories
Management

-you must include at least 5 references

-You must follow the instruction in the file
– use your own words no plagiarism please , no copy paste
-all answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font
– use APA style reference
-keep in mind that any assignment with over 35% plagiarism on the answer will be graded 0.
-follow the instructions for each question for the minimum words
-You MUST include at least 5 references