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Assembly Language

Vector Processors and Data Level Parallelism. Read the word file and answer the

Vector Processors and
Data Level Parallelism. Read the word file and answer the questions. Bid only if you able to complete.

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Information Technology

In this exercise, use the Superstore data to build a bubble chart in Tableau. On

In this exercise, use the Superstore data to build a bubble chart in Tableau. Once complete, upload the data file form Tableau.
The following site will help with the building of the bubble chart.
Build a Packed Bubble Chart – Tableau
https://www.commonlounge.com/discussion/c050d763edee4282b87be84e622e01e8

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Business

At the end of each week from week 1 to week 6 (by Sunday at Midnight CST), you a

At the end of each week from week 1 to week 6 (by Sunday at Midnight CST), you are expected to provide a discussion of why the stock market behaved as it did during the week(Nov 21st to Nov 27thth 2022) and how your StockTrak portfolio performed under these market conditions. For each entry, you can write it like a
two-part (paragraph) blog post:
part one why the stock market behaved as it did during the week;
part two how your portfolio performed under these market conditions.
Stoc Trak: Its a play trading tool where you buy stocks funds with Dummy Money.Intially each student will be given 1000000$ and need to trade weekly until the end of the semester.
My Portfolio This week:(Nov 21st to Nov 27thth 2022)
Please see attached document for My Portfolio This week.

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Macro Economics

Name: Group members names: You must cite 3 online resources you use in APA 7th

Name:
Group members names:
You must cite 3 online resources you use in APA 7th edition. Highlight quotes in yellow. Include references section and the screenshot of the references.
Country A, Time Period (E.g. United States 2008 Financial and Real Estate Crises)
(Include in title or in 1 sentence or bullet point)
Monetary Policies
(Three bullet points with in-text/in-slide citations)
Fiscal Policies
(Three bullet points with in-text/in-slide citations)
Policies’ Outcomes and Effectiveness
(Three bullet points with in-text/in-slide citations)
Policies’ Limitations
(Three bullet points with in-text/in-slide citations)
Conclusion
(1 – 3 bullet points with in-text/in-slide citations)
References
(Cited in APA 7th Edition; May use scribbr.com; Remember to include a screenshot using Control + Prt Sc, next to the F12 top button, then paste directly into Microsoft Word document)
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Research & Summaries

you will write a critical analyses paper demonstrating understanding and applica

you will write a critical analyses paper demonstrating understanding and application of key concepts learned on chapters 18-20. Your paper must be 3-4 pages in length excluding references pages, 12p font, and double spaced. Separate all major topics into individual headings for better flow and clarity. Adherence to APA 7th Edition formatting guidelines must be demonstrated where appropriate. Your paper will include a critical analyses of the questions below. A critical analyses entails a comprehensive examination of key concepts and/or theories.
Please critically analyze the following:
The importance of marketing in long-term care organizations.
The relationship between strategic planning and marketing in long-term care.
The major challenges that have faced the long-term care system in recent years.
The success of the system in responding to the challenges outlined.
The challenges and opportunities future long-term care managers are likely to face.

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Other

For this assignment, you will need to plan ahead. During this semester, you must

For this assignment, you will need to plan ahead. During this semester, you must attend a live symphony orchestra concert, opera, musical with live music accompanying, jazz big band, jazz combo, or chamber ensemble with at least three performers in order to complete it. As long as it is one of these ensembles, any event is OK. If you go to a musical, try to find a “professional” rather than a “community” production. In any case, you must find a way to see the orchestra or ensemble at some point in the performance (they are usually in the “pit”-and yes, that’s what it’s called). Here is a list of places you may find a concert. You will need to bring paper and pen to take notes. Some students find it helpful to make a chart beforehand of the musical elements and write comments in each category about each piece on the program throughout the concert. Have fun!
1. Write the equivalent of a 2-3 page report giving a review of the concert you attended. Your review must include the following:
1. What kind of listener were you at the concert?
Why?
2. What pieces were performed?
3. What was the style of each of the pieces performed?
4. What was the instrumentation of the orchestra?
5. Draw out and upload the seating arrangement of the instruments in the orchestra. Include (upload) the concert program and ticket stub.
6.Analyze 3-4 pieces played during the concert using the following criteria from the course:
o Unity and Variety
o Structure of the Music
OPurpose of the Music
OTempo/ Volume
o Rhythm
Melody
o Harmony
OForm
o Historical Period
View the sample of a well-written concert report. Use Microsoft Word to type your report. Save as .docx, .rtf, or .pdf format.
Run a spell check/grammar check (under the “Review menu in Word). Correct grammar and spelling will be part of your grade.
Copy and paste your proof-read assignment into the Assignment Drop Box (not the “Comments” Box.)All written assignments will run through Turnitin, a plagiarism checking tool. Be sure to paraphrase appropriately.
See the Rubric for how your grade will be determined.

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English

1. Choose to write your essay on either Vertigo OR Citzen Kane. 2. Answer all t

1. Choose to write your essay on either Vertigo OR Citzen Kane.
2. Answer all the prompts below for that movie.
3. Other essay requirements:
IN YOUR OWN WORDS. I want and expect student writing. Sharing essays with others constitutes cheating and will result in a zero for both parties. Essay containing “cut and paste” material will receive a ZERO.
1-2 pages in length
12-pt Times New Roman; double spaced
Spelling, capitalization and word usage should be accurate to receive full credit.
You MUST include a Works Cited page and cite ALL sources in MLA format. You must use in-text citations. Please ask the Tutoring Center Links to an external site.if you need help! Use in-line citations or footnotes or it will be assumed that you copy and pasted and you will receive a ZERO.
Go here Links to an external site.for instructions on how to do in-line citations.
4. Upload PDF, DOC, or DOCX file formats ONLY! (No Pages. You will receive a zero if I cannot read your essay.) Do not put your essay in the comments box.
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VERTIGO
1. Do the reading for this unit on the music of Herrmann in Vertigo. Click here to go to the reading.
2. Watch the video clips on the Viewing and Listening page in the Unit: Movie Music 1 (Vertigo).
3. Answer the questions below
ANSWER:
Using your textbook, define “ostinato”.
How does Herrmann use ostinato – what effect does this compositional technique create in the viewer? Cite your sources.
ANSWER:
Who was the director of Vertigo? Provide a brief bio in your own words and cite your sources.
Who was the music composer for Vertigo? Provide a brief bio in your own words and cite your sources.
2. Find the clip “Kim Novak in Vertigo (1958)”
IMPORTANT! Watch this clip TWICE. First with NO SOUND, second time WITH SOUND.
ANSWER: After watching the clip without – then WITH sound – what information does the music give you about the characters that you would not know otherwise (there is no dialogue in this scene).
3. Find the clip “Vertigo (10/11) Movie CLIP – Judy Becomes Madeleine (1958)” on the Viewing and Listening page in the Unit: Movie Music 1 (Vertigo)
Watch the entire clip.
ANSWER: How does Herrmann’s music work in this scene? At what point in the action does the music reach its high point? How is this reflected in the visual (the lighting effects in particular?) Cite your sources.
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CITIZEN KANE
1. Read the synopsis here Links to an external site..
2. Read about the musical score here Links to an external site..
3. Read about the composer here Links to an external site..
4. Watch the Breakfast Scene clip here.Links to an external site.
5. Answer the following prompts in an essay.
Who was the director of Citizen Kane? Provide a brief bio in your own words and cite your sources.
Who was the music composer for Citizen Kane? Provide a brief bio in your own words and cite your sources.
Describe the music IN THE CLIP PROVIDED HERE Links to an external site. during each of the following time segments. What is happening in the scene at each point? How does the music support the dialogue? (Times below refer to the Breakfast Montage Links to an external site.clip.)
0:30-1:17
1:18-2:00
2:00-2:39

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Writing

Reading material based, 1500-1600 words essay regarding the following question:

Reading material based, 1500-1600 words essay regarding the following question: Describe the ways in which the gate, wall, and courtyard have influenced architectural and urban design in Latin America.
Reference of reading materials is limited to the given files only.
Include the sub headings.

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Business

DO A VALUATION WHERE YOU ASSUME THAT ARUNDEL WILL ALWAYS MAKE A SEQUEL. USE DATA

DO A VALUATION WHERE YOU ASSUME THAT ARUNDEL WILL ALWAYS MAKE A SEQUEL. USE DATA FROM EXHIBIT #7 (USE THE FULL SAMPLE) AND DISCOUNT RATE OF 12%. HOW MUCH SHOULD ARUNDEL BE WILLING TO PAY FOR A SEQUEL RIGHT? DISCOUNT RATE= 12%. Cause Arundel’s tax situation might be exceedingly complex, David Davis was asked to estimate the value of the sequel rights on a pre-tax basis. He had access to data such as that in Exhibits 6-9 as well as the larger, more detailed dataset at Paul Kagan Associates. There were two obvious ways to begin analyzing the data. One was to use the projected financial performances of all the 1989 hypothetical sequels to decide which ones should be produced. Then it would be possible to estimate how much money they would make in total, and hence, how much per 1989 first film. The other approach would be to apply a simple option pricing model to the parameters of the distribution of sequel returns or sequel NPVs and so estimate directly the value of sequel rights for a random film in the available sample. Need these few questions answered, supporting document is attached.

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Macro Economics

Learning Journal Activity: The Phillips curve represents the relationship betwe

Learning Journal Activity:
The Phillips curve represents the relationship between unemployment and inflation. This assignment requires the application of your understanding of the Phillips curve and motivates you to think about the impact on the economy of movements along the curve.
If the unemployment rate in the economy is steady at 4 percent per year, how does the short-run Phillips curve predict that the inflation rate will be changing, if at all? What will happen if the unemployment rate now rises to 7 percent per year? Assume there are no changes to inflation expectations. Provide an appropriate graph to support your discussion.
The Learning Journal Activity entry should be a minimum of 500 words and not more than 750 words. Use APA citations and references if you use ideas from the readings or other sources.AD and AS Model
Watch: Aggregate DemandThis unit introduces one of the staples of macroeconomic modeling: The Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply model (AD/AS model) that represents the foundation of modern macroeconomic analysis in the short and long run. AD represents the total product demand in the economy. AS represents the total product supply. In equilibrium those are equal. Fluctuations of AD represent one of the main outcomes of business cycles. AD increases in expansions and decreases in recessions. In the short-run equilibrium, Aggregate Demand (AD) = Short Run Aggregate Supply (SRAS); but the Short Run Aggregate Supply (SRAS) may depend on price levels (or interest rates). The Long-Run Aggregate Supply (LRAS) represents the productive capacity of the economy and is determined by the level of technology, as well as the amounts of capital and labor. In a long-run equilibrium, AD=LRAS=SRAS. What determines the levels of aggregate demand and aggregate supply? This is important to consider, as fluctuations in both aggregate demand and aggregate supply may result in deep recessions.­­­
Reading AssignmentRead
Read Ch. 11: The Aggregate Demand / Aggregate Supply Model
Watch
Aggregate Demand and Supply Practice
Aggregate Demand and Supply Practice
ReferencesClifford, J. (2020, October 7). Aggregate demand- macro topic 3.1 [Video]. YouTube.
Clifford, J. (2020, October 14). Aggregate supply- macro topics 3.3 and 3.4 [Video]. YouTube.
Clifford, J. (2017, October 31). Aggregate demand and supply practice- macro topic 3.5 and 3.6 [Video]. YouTube.
Geenlaw, S. & Shapiro, D. (2017). Chapter 11 | The aggregate demand/aggregate supply model. In Principals of macroeconomics 2e. Openstax. Licensed under CC-BY 4.0. https://openstax.org/details/books/principles-macroeconomics-2e
Keynesian Perspective
Watch: The Phillips Curve
You will delve further into the AD-AS model as you learn about Keynesian economics and the components of AD and why it is more likely to be the primary cause of recessions. This unit also introduces the Philips curve. As you think about inflation and unemployment, please note that (in most cases) they are negatively (inversely) related. Graphically, the negative relationship is represented by the Phillips curve. Broadly speaking, the more people have jobs (the lower the unemployment), the more people have income, the greater the aggregate expenditure, the greater the aggregate demand, the more consumers bid up prices, the greater the inflation rate. Please follow the links below to several videos that elaborate on this topic.
Reading Assignment
Read
Read Ch 12: The Keynesian Perspective
References
Geenlaw, S., & Shapiro, D. (2017). Chapter 12 | The Keynesian perspective. In Principals of macroeconomics 2e. Openstax. Licensed under CC BY 4.0. https://openstax.org/details/books/principles-macr…
You Will Love Economics. (2018, Feb 12). Macro: Unit 3.6 — The Phillips Curve [Video]. YouTube.