Question 28

Brian is a 13-year-old boy who presents for care. He was initially brought in by his mother

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Question 28

Brian is a 13-year-old boy who presents for care. He was initially brought in by his mother

after a family friend suggested mental heah evaluation. Brian has been suffering with a variety physical symptoms for the past 8 months, ever since school started. He has missed so much school that he is in danger of not advancing to the eighth grade. He persistently complains of headache, stomachache, nausea, and dizziness. He has even vomited on more than one occasion, so his mother knows something is ―really wrong.‖ The pediatrician has been unable to identify a cause of symptoms or offer any relief. During his interview, the PMHNP learns that this is Brian’s first year in middle school. There are hundreds of students, and it is much larger than the intimate elementary school Brian attended from kindergarten through sixth grade. Brian is certain that all the students are making fun of him; he does not even go to the lunchroom to eat. He has stopped socializing with his small group of friends from elementary school because they have made friends among the other seventh graders. Brian says he wants to have friends, but he just gets nervous and he is sure they will all make fun of him. Brian enjoys ―hanging out‖ with his cousins, and they spent the week of spring break playing at his house. But, when it was time to go back to school, Brian was so nauseous he could not attend. Initial treatment for Brian should include:

A. Psychiatric hospitalization

B. Cognitive behavioral therapy

C. Fluvoxamine (Luvox) 50 mg daily

D. Family interventions

Social Science

Pick one of

the transition element and talk about the element’s physical, chemical properties, preparation,

Question

Pick one of the transition element and talk about the element’s physical, chemical properties, preparation,

discovery, and industrial application of that element.

Ques. Pick one of the transition element and talk about the element’s physical, chemical properties, preparation, discovery, and industrial application of that element.
Solution.
The elements which…
Science

16 Consider a weak acid HA that ionizes according to the equation

HCN (aq)

Question

16. Consider a weak acid, HA, that ionizes according to the equation:

HCN (aq) ⇄

H+(aq) + CN(aq)

At 25oC, Kc for this reaction is 4.9 x 10-10. Determine equilibrium concentrations of all species in a 0.100 M solution of aqueous HCN.

Science

3 Using your sketchpad draw a Gibbs enthalpy (energy) reaction coordinate diagram for an

exergonic
reaction

Question

3. Using your sketchpad, draw a Gibbs enthalpy (energy) reaction coordinate diagram for an exergonic reaction

and include the concept of an activation energy barrier. Label the diagram with ∆G and ∆G‡ (the double dagger notation is sometimes used to indicate the activation energy barrier). Now draw a curve for the same reaction that represents the reaction progress for a catalyzed reaction. What changed? What didn’t? Do the same for an endergonic reaction. Make sure to label reactants and products in both cases.

4. In your sketchbook, draw a free energy reaction coordinate diagram for an energy story associated with the dissociation of NaCl (table sa) in water. Recall that this reaction is spontaneous. Be sure to label the axes and the other components of the diagram (reactants, products, etc). Use each figure to tell yourself a convincing energy story for the reaction and make sure that you include the concepts of bonds forming and breaking and a change of entropy in your story.

Science

Chapter 9 Answer the following essay questions

What’s Developmental Psychology? What are

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Chapter 9:

Answer the following essay questions.

What’s Developmental Psychology? What are

stages? What do you think of this concept?

Discuss Piaget’s theory of cognitive development. What are some criticisms of this theory?

What do you see as being some of the major issues and challenges of aduhood? What does the research say?

Social Science

The questions is about International Monetary Economics Please solve the 3 questions that i attached file using

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The questions is about International Monetary Economics. Please solve the 3 questions that i attached file. using

the Textbook file (starting by part 3, p293~)if you need. It doesn’t matter how many pages you do, It must be a short answers and might be more than one page. Thank You

RUNNING HEAD: International Monetary Economics 1 International Monetary Economics
Author’s Name:
Course Name:
Instructor’s Name:
Date:
Question one
An unanticipated money supply with sticky…
Economics

Suppose that labour is the only input used by a perfectly competitive firm The firm canhire workers for

Question

Suppose that labour is the only input used by a perfectly competitive firm. The firm can

hire workers for

$30 per day. Each unit sells for $6. The firm’s production function is as

follows:

i) Fill this table in your exam booklet, filling in the value of the marginal

product of labour (VMP) at each input level.

ii) How many workers should the firm employ to maximise profit? Explain.

iii) If labour is the only cost for the firm, how much profit does it make at the

profit- maximising level of output? In the long run, and assuming other opportunity

costs are currently zero, should we expect firms to enter this industry or exit this

industry?

Economics

Question 2 Suppose there are two firms in a market who each simultaneously choose

Question

Question 2:

Suppose there are two firms in a market who each simuaneously choose

a

quantity. Firm 1’s quantity is q1, and firm 2’s quantity is q2. Therefore the market quantity is Q = q1+ q2. The market demand curve is given by P = 100 – 4Q. Also, each firm has constant

marginal cost equal to 28. There are no fixed costs.

The marginal revenue of the two firms are given by:

MR1= 100 – 8q1- 4q2

MR2= 100 – 4q1- 8q2

.

A) How much output will each firm produce in the Cournot equilibrium?

B) What will be the market price of the good?

C) What is the deadweight loss that resus from this duopoly?

D) How much profit does each firm make?

E) Suppose Firm 2 produced 10 units of output. How much output should Firm 1 produce in order to maximize profit? (Hint: Use Firm 1’s Reaction Function)

Question 3:

Suppose there are 6 firms in an industry. The following table gives the total sales

of each firm:

Firm # Total Sales

1
200

2
90

3
80

4
60

5
40

6

Question 1 The following diagram shows the average freight rate for different modes of transportation from 1784

Question

Question 1: The following diagram shows the average freight rate for different modes of transportation from 1784

to 1900. Using the data explain why the diffusion of steamboats was so important to lowering freight rates. Again use the data to discuss why canals were so important in areas where there were no navigable rivers.

Question 2: The below chart shows the percentage ratio of prices in Cincinnati, Ohio (e.g. a Midwestern city) and different cities (e.g. (Pc/Pny)*100).Q.1 as we can see from the data above that the average freight rate has decreased over the years
from 1784 to 1900 like from the average rate of 35 tonnes first came down to 10.0 during
1804 and…

Economics

If equilibrium is achieved in a competitive market1 there will is no deadweight

Question

If equilibrium is achieved in a competitive market

1 there will is no deadweight

loss.

2 the deadweight loss will be maximized.

3 the deadweight loss will equal the sum of consumer surplus and producer surplus.

4 the deadweight loss will be the same as the opportunity cost of the last unit of output sold.

Economics

I really need help with this question a ) if the capital expenditure amount is 2 4

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I really need help with this question.

a.) if the capital expenditure amount is 2.4

million the amount of dividend the firm can pay is $__ ( round to the nearest dollar)

If the capital expenditure amount is 2.4 million, the divided payout ratio is __% ( round one decimal place)

if the capital expenditure amount is 3.4 million the amount of dividend the firm can pay is $__ ( round to the nearest dollar)

If the capital expenditure amount is 3.4 million, the divided payout ratio is __% ( round one decimal place) if the capital expenditure amount is 4.4 million the amount of dividend the firm can pay is $__ ( round to the nearest dollar)

Which type of data are also called categorical and are often found in openended

Question

which type of data are also called categorical and are often found in open-ended

questions?

ordinal

interval

nominal

ratio

which of the following is the term for the measure and processes used to measure or quantity a variable?

Validity

reliability

abstract

operational definition

which form of research emphasis understanding behavior as it occurs,without having intervene?

qualitative

experimental

correlational

quantitative

research questions posted about relationship between variables are best answered by which of the following?

quasi experimental designs

correlational design

experimental design

mixed designs

which method is being used if you are asked to join a small group and discuss a specific topic or a limited number of issues?

concealed observation

focus group

structured interviews

ethnography

what is called then hen a researcher studies a small sample to make sure the study works befoe moving on to a larger sample?

content analysis

randomization

pilot test

crowd sourcing

Social Science

1 To what degree should the organization’s values mission and objectives be integrated into the policy

Question

1. To what degree should the organization’s values, mission, and objectives be integrated into the policy

documents? Why is this important?

2. What is information security policy? Why is it critical to the success of the InfoSec program? Does your organization or school have a policy? Do you know what it is?

3. What is a work breakdown structure (WBS) and why is it important?

4. How can security be both a project and a process?

5. What are some possible ways to influence and motivate employees within an organization in regards to information security?

Information Security

Write a class named ImageProcessor 3 Methods

ImageProcessor(String

Question

Write a class named ImageProcessor.

3 Methods:

ImageProcessor(String

imageFile). Parameter imageFile holds the name of the image that will be manipulated. We will use W to denote the width and H to denote the height of the image.

reduceWidth(double x) Returns a new Picture whose width is âx à W â. Note that the type

of this method must be Picture. Your method must use the algorithm described earlier to reduce the image width. And your method must use the static method minCostVC to compute the vertical cut.

minCostVC(int[][] M): Returns a min-cost vertical cut. Type of this method must be array list of integers. Note that if M has n rows, the the returned array list has exactly 2n integers.

Java Programming

1

Monopoly

Part A: Use figure 1 below to answer the

Question

1. Monopoly

Part A: Use figure 1 below to answer thePrice of
Medical Care
Marginal
Revenue
Marginal Cost
Of Perfect Competition
Demand
Curve
Marginal Cost
Of Monopoly
Quantity of
Medical Care

Help me summarize thisInnovation in practice A multidisciplinary medication safety initiativeEid Khaled Al

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Help me summarize thisInnovation in practice: A muidisciplinary medication safety initiativeEid, Khaled Al

MSN, RN

Author Information

At the University of California Irvine Medical Center, in Orange, Calif., Khaled Al Eid is a clinical nurse specialist.

The author has disclosed that he has no financial relationships related to this article.

AS REPORTED BY the Institute of Medicine in a landmark study, medication errors are responsible for an alarming number of deaths in hospitals.1 Reporting and analyzing medication errors at the institution level is recommended to help understand and prevent medication errors.2 Numerous models, processes, and practices have been utilized to improve medication safety within hospitals.3 This article discusses the successful implementation of a medication safety committee to review and analyze all medication errors and improve processes for medication administration.

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Reforming an ineffective process

Our institution’s efforts to identify medication errors were historically centralized and ineffective. A muidisciplinary group of physicians, pharmacists, nurse managers, nurse educators, and clinical nurse specialists had a monthly meeting to review error trends for the entire institution and discuss selected events. Using this approach, organizational issues that led to errors weren’t identified, and individual cases were reviewed without attendance by appropriate stakeholders. No representatives from the units involved were present to explain possible reasons why an error occurred in their area, which minimized the concept of ownership and accountability for errors in patient-care areas. Feedback to specific physicians, pharmacists, and nurses was solely dependent on their reading meeting minutes. Hence, similar errors continued to occur over time.

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Creating a committee

In 2010, the organization restructured the review of medication errors into a medication safety committee that oversaw six operational subcommittees: medical/surgical, critical care, women children’s services, perioperative services, ambulatory care, and behavioral heah. This approach was initiated because of best practices emanating from our neonatal ICU (NICU). The NICU clinical nurse specialist (CNS) leads the initiative and clinical nurses participate in the critical review of medication events specific to their unit.The nursing director of the medical/surgical division empowered our leadership to assume responsibility for errors and to change our processes related to the review of medication safety issues. Currently, the medical/surgical medication safety committee (a divisional committee that reports to the house-wide safety committee) is chaired by the medical/surgical CNS. Other committee members include medication safety unit champions (clinical nurses) from each medical/surgical unit, the hospital medication safety officer, pharmacists, a physician representative for medical house staff, the medical/surgical nurse educators, and the oncology CNS.An average of 60 to 70 events per month (such as medication errors, near-misses, adverse drug reactions, hypoglycemic events, and uncharted controlled substances) are presented at committee meetings and analyzed in depth. The incidents are identified by unit, date, time, description of the event as it happened, who discovered the event, who reported the event, the outcome of the event, and where in the medication preparation and distribution process the event happened. Incidents are also categorized as they relate to prescribing, order communication, labeling, packaging and nomenclature, compounding, dispensing, distribution, administration, and education. The events are analyzed by the CNS committee chair (divisional level and CNS-led) and a pharmacist to determine the cause. The clinical nurse medication unit champions review the incidents from their areas and come prepared to discuss their findings. During the meeting, the event is projected on a screen and unit representatives present the incident with their findings. The committee analyzes the event and discusses what factors contributed to it.Resus of the analysis are reported to the house-wide medication safety committee, where the CMO, CNO, nursing directors, pharmacy director, medication safety officer, risk manager, information technology personnel, and chairs of all divisional subcommittees analyze overall trends. Medication Error Reduction Plan and harm potential categories are used to classify events. The medical/surgical CNS is responsible for bringing the reports to the divisional practice council. The committee chair (medical/surgical CNS) also presents a report to the organizational medication safety committee, a subcommittee of the pharmacy and therapeutics committee. The medication safety unit champions identify critical incidents to report to their respective unit practice councils.

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Medication management

Since the inception of this initiative, over 3,000 medication events have been critiqued by nursing units. The major causative factors in medication errors include failing to follow the seven rights of medication administration (right patient, right medication, right dose, right route, right time, right indication, and right documentation), not checking orders, use of incorrect medication concentrations, failure to read the entire order, and not addressing special instructions.4 Our medication management policies have been modified to reflect current evidence-based practice. For example, a dose verification process was implemented for certain high-alert drugs using the following steps:* The administering practitioner withdraws the medication into a syringe.* A second qualified practitioner looks at the syringe containing the medication and the container from which the medication was withdrawn to verify that the intended medication and dose were prepared.5An independent double-check is performed for high-risk drugs such as chemotherapeutic agents, insulin and heparin infusions, heparin flushes in the NICU, epidural analgesics, and investigational drugs.6 Independent double-checks are conducted while a clinician programs a pump and at handoff. The process begins when the administering practitioner programs the pump. Before the infusion is started, a second qualified practitioner independently reviews the order, the patient’s identity, the label on the medication, and the pump setting. The correct medication, concentration, and pump setting are confirmed against the order. The literature suggests that 95% of errors can be detected by independent double checks.6Figure. Medication e…

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In addition, the following interventions were implemented:* Mandatory electronic record checks every 4 hours. With new orders, nurses see a flag next to the patient name in the electronic medical record. They have to go in the list to see what’s been flagged and actively remove the flag to acknowledge that they’ve received the order.* Hourly bedside rounding by clinicians, including bedside handoff. Following this protocol, nurses include the patient in the report while they review what’s infusing and if it’s appropriate. Rounding also allows clinicians to check for the patient’s basic needs, such as toileting, pain relief, repositioning, and safety.* Quiet zones around the medication area to diminish distractions.* Computers added to the medication room next to the automated medication dispensing system to verify orders.* Implementation of bar code technology.A special subcommittee was formed to focus on hypoglycemia events, resuing in a new protocol for managing blood glucose levels. This included a guide for prescribers to support patients with diabetes who are N.P.O.

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Successful implementation

Our data have demonstrated a significant decline in the number of medication errors that reached patients, while near-misses continue to be reported. (See Medication events reported by medical/surgical units.) For example, this past March report had only one medication error and seven near-misses-we considered this a great accomplishment by the nurses. Plans for the future include evaluating data from the bar code scanning to determine if any near-misses weren’t reported. We’re also in the process of creating an automatic reminder for when a medication’s peak and trough levels must be checked.Nurses at our institution have become successful advocates in reducing medication errors at the prescribing, dispensing, and administering levels. This nurse-led exemplar testifies to the effectiveness of a muidisciplinary initiative to prevent medication errors and improve patient safety.

English

Which of the following is the best definition of qualitative research?Research conducted in a

Question

Which of the following is the best definition of qualitative research?

Research conducted in a

natural setting that seeks to understand a complex human behavior by developing a complete narrative description of that behavior

Procedures used to analyze data after an experiment is completed in order to determine whether the independent variable has a significant effect

Research that centers on the probability that a statistical test will be significant

An experimental procedure in which research participants are tested or measured more than one

Statistics and Probability

KEYNESIAN CROSS DIAGRAMPlease find below the the full solution of the following problem

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KEYNESIAN CROSS DIAGRAM

Please find below the the full solution of the following problem

.

I would like to know all the calculations necessary to

-fill te table

-solve for Y

-Understand the relation with the keynesian theory

Thank you

1. The chart below represents the data behind a Keynesian cross diagram. Assume that the tax rate is 0.4 of national income; the MPC out of the after-tax income is 0.8; investment is $2,000; government spending is $1,000; exports are $2,000 and imports are 0.05 of after-tax income. What is the equilibrium level of output for this economy?

Solution: The following table illustrates the completed table. The equilibrium is level is italicized. We can solve for Y, where Y = National Income using:

Y=AE= C + I + G + X – M

Y = $500 +0.8(Y-T) + $2,000 + $1,000 + $2,000 – 0.05 (Y – T)

Solving for Y, we see that the equilibrium level of output is Y = $10,000.

National
After – tax
Consumption | It G +’x
Minus
Aggregate
Income
Income*
Imports
Expenditures
$8, 000
$4, 340
$9, 000
$10, 000
$11, 000
$12, 000
$13, 000
Macroeconomics

New computer technology hasA) increased the cost of financial

Question

New computer technology has

A) increased the cost of financial

innovation. B) increased the demand for financial innovation.

C) reduced the cost of financial innovation. D) reduced the demand for financial innovation.

Economics

Networking Architecture

10 essay questions in total

Requirements: Answers should be

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Networking Architecture

10 essay questions in total

Requirements: Answers should be

in a narrative format (your own words, not the books). Do not use lists (bullets or numbering). A minimum of 200 words per question is recommended. * Each answer must include the question and number that you are responding to.

Select one of the following:

1a. Describe the three general classes of failure network designers have to take into consideration.

1b. What is Bandwidth and Latency and describe how it is measured? (Include an example)

Select one of the following:

2a. Encoding bits onto signals follows several schemes. Describe the NRZ, NRZI, MANCHESTER and 4B/5B pros and cons of encoding.

2b. What is Framing? Describe each of the following approaches of framing: (four parts) a) BISYNC, b) PPP, c) DDCMP and the Bit Oriented d) HDLC.

Select one of the following:

3a. Error Detection provides for accurate data transfer. Be able to explain the following methods to detect data errors: (two parts) a) Two-Dimensional Parity and b) Checksum.

3b. There are several ways to have reliable transmission. Explain how they work and the pros/cons of each.

Select one of the following:

4a. How does a Wireless network the same as a ‘wired’ and how is it different than a ‘wired’ network?

4b. How does a wireless network avoid and handle collisions?

4c. What are the pros/cons of a wireless distributed system?

4d. How does wireless handle security?

Answer the following: (three parts)

5. The switch decides which output link to place each packet on by looking at the header. The switch does this in three different ways: a) datagram or connectionless approach, b) virtual circuit or connection-oriented approach and, c) source routing. Describe each in detail.

Select one of the following:

6a. How does a learning bridge work? What is a Spanning Tree Algorithm?

6b. How is Fragmentation and Reassembly handled from host-to-host connections across various types of networks?

6c. Explain what is Subnetting and Classless Addressing. How do they function?

6d. What is the purpose of Address Translation? How does it accomplish its tasks?

Select one of the following:

7a. Explain how Virtual Networks and Tunnels work across the network. (include pros/cons)

7b. What is the difference between a forwarding table and a routing table? (give an example)

7c. Explain what is and how does a Distance-Vector (RIP) work.

7d. Explain how a link-state (OSPF) intradomain routing protocol functions. (include reliable flooding and the open shortest path first protocols)

7e. Describe switches: input, output ports and fabric. (Include their relationship to each other)

Select one of the following:

8a. Why would you divide the network into routing areas?

8b. What is BGP in Interdomain Routing?

8c. What are some of the challenges in Interdomain Routing?

8d. What is the purpose of using Common AS Relationships and Policies? (describe the three types)

Select one of the following:

9a. Describe the basic Muicast model?

9b. How are the ways that Muicasts are routed? (there are a number of them)

9c. What is Muiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)?

9d. Explain how Destination-Based Forwarding functions.

9e. How does MPLS do ‘source routing’?

Answer the following:

10. Mobile Devices: (three parts)

a. What are some of the challenges of Routing among Mobile Devices?

b. How are some of the challenges of Mobile hosts and mobility agents resolved?

c. Describe the Route Optimization in Mobile IP.

Engineering Technology

Adding amount or canceling is a hassle It does not make the adjustment right away within my account It charges a

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Adding amount or canceling is a hassle. It does not make the adjustment right away within my account. It charges a

who new amount before making adjustments in days..that’s exactly what I was explaining to you about. I can’t go past the max here. And about the grades, it’s not that your work is not good; it is. It’s just that my instructor is just extra strict on papers. Anyway, I have attached one document here. Another will be attached separately.

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Engineering Technology

A rigid tank is divided into two equal parts by a partition One part of the tank contains 3 5 kg of compressed

Question

A rigid tank is divided into two equal parts by a partition. One part of the tank contains 3.5 kg of compressed

liquid water at 400 kPa and 600C while the other part is evacuated. The partition is now removed, and the water expands to fill the entire tank. Determine the entropy change of water during this process, if the final pressure in the tank if 60 kPa

Mechanical Engineering

Find the enthaply entropy and volume of steam at 1 4 Mpa and 380 c

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find the enthaply,entropy and volume of steam at 1.4 Mpa and 380 c.

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Mechanical Engineering

Infants are hardwired to be interested in their caregivers and others from the moment of birth

This

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Infants are hard-wired to be interested in their caregivers and others from the moment of birth. This

inevitably leads to social interactions with those interesting people, and uimately facilitates attachment to them. Given their natural social tendencies, from the first few weeks of life infants connect socially and emotionally with their caregivers in give-and-take exchanges, mimicking verbal interactions of older individuals. These exchanges reflect a caregiver-infant synchrony that is important for the child’s heahy development.

Sadly, not all infants are exposed to environments that provide interesting social interactions with others. Worldwide, many orphanages and other institutions that provide care for infants do not have enough staff to provide adequate nurturance and social interaction. As a resu, infants are left in their cribs unattended, other than to be fed or have their diaper changed.

In what ways do you think this problem affects the psychosocial development of children, and what can be done to minimize those effects?

Social Science

Academic scholars of the Bible use various methods in order to make sense of it On pages xixii of your Carr

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Academic scholars of the Bible use various methods in order to make sense of it. On pages xi-xii of your Carr

Conway text there are fifteen specific references to these methods (see below). I suggest that you also use the index at the back of the book to find examples elsewhere of how to employ these methods. In the NOAB text, at the back, there are essays including one on Contemporary Methods in Biblical Study that could also be very helpful.

Textual Criticism 8

Tradition History and Transmission History 39

Poetic Analysis 68

Source Criticism 77

The Joseph Story and Literary Approaches 90

Postcolonial Criticism 130

(Study of) lntertextuality 161

Insights from History of Religions 173

Form Criticism and Genre 200

Form Criticism in the New Testament 228

Narrative Criticism of the Gospels 275

Redaction Criticism 293

Social-Scientific Approaches to the
New Testament 315

Feminist Criticism and Gender Criticism 333

Cuural Criticism of the Bible 354

Read carefully all of them and choose the three that YOU can argue make the most important OR the most effective OR the most valuable contributions to biblical exegesis (critical explanation or interpretation of a text). This requires an argument so you need to decide what is or are the most important, effective or valuable things to know as a SCHOLAR and which three methods provide this better than the others. It is entirely your choice to make. There is no specific correct answer — only well-argued answers.

Typically, your introductory paragraph will explain briefly this essential thing or things to know and why and then in a single thesis statement argue it. For example: A, B and C are the best methods for demonstrating D (insert your essential item[s]). This will be followed by three separate paragraphs proving what you say in your thesis statement is valid. Each paragraph will introduce and DEFINE one of your three methods and provide BIBLICAL EXAMPLES of how it proves your contention. A final, fifth paragraph, will simply and briefly summarize your conclusion which is your thesis statement already given in the introductory paragraph.

Specific Requirements (failure to follow them will lose significant marks):

You must have a title that suggests your thesis and not simply the assignment. For example, Reflection Paper is NOT a proper title.

Use Times New Roman font, size 12. One inch borders on all four sides.

Double-space (not 1.5 or 2.5 spacing). MLA double-spaces EVERYTHING (Essay and Works Cited).

Include page numbers with your last name as indicated by MLA.

Minimum five pages; maximum seven pages, not including the Works Cited List. YOU MUST REFERENCE ALL SOURCES THAT YOU USE.

Use MLA for in-text citations and the Works Cited page and the first page — you do NOT require a title page. Use MLA first page rules (http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/). The OWL site will provide everything you need to know about MLA and you are expected to follow those requirements. Marks will be deducted for not doing so.

Writing

Please proof read open to suggestions Compare and Contrast Licensed Practical Nurse and Registered

Question

Please proof read, open to suggestions.

Compare and Contrast Licensed Practical Nurse and Registered

Nurse

Through their compassionate hearts, both licensed practical nurses and registered nurses reflect to make a difference in everyday lives around them, despite their differences. However, demonstrating within their own scope of practice is of great importance in these roles, as well as identifying the right career path. The goal for both roles is providing the best care possible and exceeding patient’s expectations. Likewise, both roles of a licensed practical nurse and registered nurse are very similar. Furthermore, they share work settings, similar process to a nursing license, and a high demand career. On the contrary, there are some differences which are prevalent despite the interrelationship between the two roles.

Work settings for an LPN, and RN are strongly related. Both LPNs and RNs work rotating shifts, weekends, and holidays. In addition, both work in hospitals, clinics, and long-term care settings collaboratively through heahcare team. LPNs and RNs can administer medications, basic care duties, perform vitals, provide patient education, and delegate duties to nursing assistants. Both work with other departments to collaborate each patient’s plan of care, in addition, take care of people of all ages. Most importantly, they both equally qualified in providing supportive counseling.

The career path to a nursing license are similar for an LPN and RN, as described. To become either an LPN or RN you first must complete nursing assistant program, complete nursing degree, pass NCLEX exam and background study. Likewise, clinical skills and dedication are considered vital survival in these courses. Some students can work in the medical field during their career path building hands on experiences. Both LPNs and RNs have many different choices from online, on campus, and both to achieve their career goals. According to the board of nursing, Since 2003, the number of US RN programs has increased by 54% and the number of US LPN programs by 19%. The growth of RN programs has leveled off since 2015 and for LPNs since 2011 (2019, pp 5).

According to the US Employment data, nursing demand is high for both LPNs and RNs. According to NCSBN, as of November 23, 2017, there were 4,015,250 RNs and 922,196 LPNs in the US. Employment data since 2012, states that the number of employed RNs has steadily increases and the number of LPNs has decreased markedly. Seven states are expected have an RN shortage, and 33 states are expected to have an LPN shortage by 2030 (2019, pp. 5). Also, baby boomers aging, population becoming critically ill, and enhanced technology has increased the demand for nurses.

Despite the similarities between LPNs and RNs, differences are also dominant. Work settings for an LPN consist of mainly day time hours in a clinic or long-term setting, limited weekends and holidays, week day hours. LPN job duties consist of basic care needs, performing vitals, administering medication, taking and transcribing orders, refill medications, and performing patient education. LPNs delegate duties to nursing assistants. In contrast, RNs do work a lot of rotating twelve-hour shifts, weekends, and holidays. In addition, large number of RNs work in hospitals, on specialized units. Clinic and long-term settings use RNs mostly in management roles. RN job duties consist of IV management, assist physicians in providing treatments, administer medications, monitor patient recovery and progress, and educate patient’s and families. RNs delegate duties to LPNs, nursing assistants, other RNs if in a lead position or management role.

Another difference between an LPN and RN is their career path to a license. LPNs have about a year of nursing education, in contrast RNs have a minimum of two-year degree or three-year diploma. Many have baccalaureate degrees, likewise, being required at larger facilities for speciay units and management roles. Nationwide, there are more RNs with active licenses than LPNs.

In summary, the goal for both roles is providing the best care possible and exceeding patient’s expectations. Both LPNs and RNs are very crucial in our daily lives, despite their differences. The two roles share some similarities and differences due to the parallel duties between them. Similarities exist in their work settings, career path to a nursing license, high demand and goal to provide the best care possible and exceeding patient’s expectations. Differences such as scope of practice, length of degree, work settings, and delegation.

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All of the following would cause aggregate demand to shift except a

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change in productivity.

change in investment spending.

change in exports.

change in imports.

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decrease and output and price level will decrease as well.

increase and output will increase but price level will decrease.

increase and output will decrease but price level will increase.

decrease and output will decrease but price level will increase.

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Which of the following would cause an increase in aggregate demand?

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II. The degree of excess capacity increases.

III. The quantity demanded of imports increases.

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A negative supply shock, such as an increase in the price of fuel oil, is most likely to have which of the following short-run effects on the price level and output?

Price Level / Output

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Increase / Decrease

Decrease / Decrease

Decrease / Increase

Indeterminate / Decrease

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If an economy was operating below full employment,

the intersection of AD and SRAS would be to the right of LRAS.

the intersection of AD and SRAS would be to the left of LRAS.

the intersection of AD and SRAS would be equal to LRAS.

Congress would use contractionary fiscal policy to shift LRAS into equilibrium.

Congress would use expansionary fiscal policy to shift LRAS into equilibrium.

27.

If an economy was operating above full employment,

the intersection of AD and SRAS would be to the right of LRAS.

the intersection of AD and SRAS would be to the left of LRAS.

the intersection of AD and SRAS would be equal to LRAS.

Congress would use contractionary fiscal policy to shift LRAS into equilibrium.

Congress would use expansionary fiscal policy to shift LRAS into equilibrium.

28.

If an increase in government spending shifts AD more than an increase in business taxes shifts SRAS, what will happen to price level and output?

Price Level / Output

Increase / Increase

Increase / Decrease

Increase / Indeterminate

Decrease / Decrease

Decrease / Increase

29.

Which of the following would economists identify as the strongest source of long term economic growth in an economy?

Higher investment tax credits

Higher consumer spending

Fewer capital stock purchases

A tariff on foreign imports

Higher government spending

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Assignment: Course Assessment Project Instructions

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Use the library and Internet to find information about enterprise architectures and distributed systems.

Most corporate systems are distributed systems, meaning they are made up of a number of different components that are not necessarily located in the same place. If you have a home computer system with a shared printer and Wi-Fi, you have a simple distributed system. If you have muiple computers physically connected together, you have a more complicated distributed system. Some companies and government agencies have hundreds, if not thousands of computers linked together which are massive distributed systems. The technology employee’s use to access these computers is also part of the distributed system.

The establishment of technology standards for an organization is called the Enterprise Technical Architecture. This is a portion of the Enterprise Architecture. An Enterprise Architecture is a definition and standard for all aspects of an organization. Both private industry and government agencies have developed Enterprise Architectures which define the data, processes, organization, technology, product lifecycles and strategies of the organization. For an organization to be effective it must develop standards, particularly in technology so communication among departments is seamless, consistent, and efficient. By standardizing all aspects of the organization through the development of an Enterprise Architecture, organizations find it much easier to provide systems that meet the business needs effectively.

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2. Summary of the existing methodology, its origin and advantages and disadvantages.

3. Summary of an aernate methodology (traditional, agile, lean, etc.) including its advantages and disadvantages.

4. Conclusion discussing recommendations

Please cite sources/ references where applicable.

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27. what is the change in total cost equal to?

Marginal cost muiplied by quantity

Marginal cost

muiplied change in quantity

Marginal cost muiplied by total cost

Marginal cost divided by total cost

28. Which condition must be satisfied for a competitive firm to shut down in a short run

Total variable cost are greater than total revenue

Total revenue covers total variable costs

Total fixed costs are greater than total revenue

Total revenue is equal to price

29. What will a competitive firm do in the short run if its average variable cost exceeds price?

It will expand production

It will shut down

It will produce to make economic profit

It will prevent other firms from entering the industry

30. what is a characteristics of a monopoly’s demand curve?

It is the same as the marginal revenue curve

It is the same as the market demand curve

It is the same as the supply curve

It is more elastic than the demand curve of a competitive firm

31. Which statement describes a monopoly demand curve?

It is perfectly inelastic

It is perfectly elastic

It is less elastic than a perfectly competitive firms demand curve

It is the same as its marginal revenue curve

32. what is the profit maximization condition for a monopoly?

Where marginal cost is minimized

Where total revenues are maximized

Where price equals marginal cost

Where marginal revenue equals marginal cost

33. What is a characteristic of monopolistic competition?

Firms have equal market power

Many firms sell identical products

Firms avoid advertising

Many firms sell differentiated products

34. How does self-interest influence each prisoners decision in the prisoner’s dilemma?

Neither prisoner will likely confess

One prisoner will confess while the other will not

Both prisoners will likely confess

Authorities will withhold a deal from both prisoners

35. Why is studying the prisoner’s dilemma applicable to business?

It provides insights into why cooperation is individually rational

It is a game in which only two players have a dominant strategy

It challenges the ideas of a single dominant strategy

It demonstrates the value of mapping out a potential strategy given actions of rivals

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