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Natural Sciences

Title: Course Reflection Part 1. Reflect Reflect on your learning, from this

Title: Course Reflection

Part 1. Reflect
Reflect on your learning, from this course, during this semester. Review your assignments, How things fly investigation, O&P activities, Unit plan.
What stands out? What did you learn about scientific practices? What did you learn about science teaching/learning? What evidence do you have of your learning?
In what areas do you feel more confident about your personal science understanding or your developing understanding of science teaching? Why?

2. Create
Create a 5-7 minute, narrated presentation that discusses at least 3 topics where you can demonstrate evidence of learning from this semester. Within your presentation, provide evidence from your course activities (i.e., investigation journal, O&P reflections, unit plans) to support any claims you make about growth in this course. Create a power point presentation
to share your reflections along with images of course work to support your evidence of learning from this semester.
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Technology

This is an intro to artificial intelligence As AI evolves, our ability to pr

This is an intro to artificial intelligence

As AI evolves, our ability to predict results changes based on the different applications of the technology. What fields could benefit the most from implementing new AI techniques? Are there any fields you would like to see AI less involved in? Explain why.

Book for class –
Artificial Intelligence With an Introduction to Machine Learning, Second Edition
by Richard E. Neapolitan; Xia Jiang

Reference for the week –
Larrañaga, & Moral. (2011). Probabilistic graphical models in artificial intelligence Links to an external site.. Applied Soft Computing Journal, 11(2), 1511-1528.

Kautz, H., & Singla, P. (2016). Combining logic and probability Links to an external site.. Communications of the ACM, 59(7), 106.

Rico-Contreras, Aguilar-Lasserre, Méndez-Contreras, López-Andrés, & Cid-Chama. (2017). Moisture content prediction in poultry litter using artificial intelligence techniques and Monte Carlo simulation to determine the economic yield from energy use Links to an external site.. Journal of Environmental Management, 202(Pt 1), 254-267.
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Law

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English

Look again at the paragraph you wrote in Module Five; if you check “Grades,” you

Look again at the paragraph you wrote in Module Five; if you check “Grades,” you should find that assignment with my annotations and comments.
Notice the structure of that paragraph. Particularly, think about each sentence of evidence as the topic sentence of an essay’s body paragraph.
Write a body paragraph of no fewer than three hundred (300) and no more than four hundred (400) words for each of those topic sentence. In other words, use each evidence sentence of Module Five’s paragraph to form a new and separate paragraph. If your paragraph’s outline followed the Rule of Three, you should have three paragraphs; if last week’s paragraph included more than three sentences of evidence, then you will write more than three paragraphs.
Remember that each paragraph should follow the TETS pattern.
Remember that each paragraph should include at least two (2) sentences of explanation for each point of evidence.
I agree that this seems like a great deal of writing, but when you’ve completed this assignment you will have completed a first version of the body of your final essay. Having this version to look at can save you time and effort as you work on that project next week.

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Social Sciences

Final Assignment: Students will be required to submit a written paper for the fi

Final Assignment: Students will be required to submit a written paper for the final examination. This will be in the form of an APA style formatted document, approximately 5 pages in length, not including the required Title Page and Reference Page. The student will select what they believe is the best style of policing. The different styles are discussed in the textbook (Para militarism, Community Oriented, Watchman Style, Legalistic Style, Service Style). The student should explain why they think it is the best style among all the others and use policing examples taken from reliable media sources to help support their selection.

It dosent matter what style of policing you choose! Just make sure you have evidence to back it up. Para militarism, Community Oriented, Watchman Style, Legalistic Style, or Service Style
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Social Sciences

Choose a current tv commercial and explain the use of gender roles [UPSELL_BEGI

Choose a current tv commercial and explain the use of gender roles
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Business and Economics

Calvin had been an avid coin collector for many years, and the most valuable coi

Calvin had been an avid coin collector for many years, and the most valuable coin in his collection was an uncirculated, mint condition, 1943 Lincoln penny made of copper (most pennies made during World War II were made of zinc because copper was needed in the war effort). That penny had a value of between $60,000 and $95,000.
In August of 2017, Calvin had a serious stroke that left him unable to speak or walk, but his doctor assured his family that Calvin would recover over time with intensive therapy.
Calvin was a widower and did not have any children, but he had several nephews who visited him from time to time as he recovered. None of the nephews had any real interest in Calvin’s coin collection. One of Calvin’s nephews, Billy, who visited Calvin more often than the other nephews, sometimes listened to Calvin talk (talking was a part of Calvin’s therapy) about his mounting medical bills and his coin collection, but Billy never showed much interest in the medical bills or the coin collection.
In October, as Calvin’s recovery progressed slowly, Billy visited Calvin and told Calvin that he had been reading about coin collecting, and he realized that Calvin’s collection, especially the 1943 Lincoln copper penny, was valuable, and Billy suggested that Calvin should consider selling the 1943 Lincoln copper penny and use the proceeds to pay his medical bills. Calvin resisted the idea at first, but Billy continued to urge Calvin to sell the penny so that he would not have to worry about the medical bills. Finally, when Billy told Calvin that he would arrange the sale of the penny for a commission of just 5% of the sale price of the penny, Calvin began to think that selling the coin might be a good idea. He was still a little confused about how the sale would work and what Billy would do to make sure that the penny would be sold for the best price. Calvin told Billy that he thought that the penny was worth almost $100,000, but Billy assured Calvin that the market had changed recently, and that the penny was now worth $40,000 to $45,000. Eventually, Calvin allowed Billy to sell the penny for the best price he could get and to take a 5% commission for arranging the sale of the penny. Billy then sold the penny to a friend for $40,000, took his 5% commission, and paid the remainder of the sale price to Calvin.
A few months later, as Calvin continued to recover, he read a story in a coin collecting magazine about how an uncirculated, mint condition, 1943 Lincoln penny made of copper had just sold at auction for more than $100,000, and Calvin began to wonder if Billy had taken advantage of him. Calvin consulted a lawyer and asked the two questions below.
Did he (Calvin) have the mental capacity to enter into the contract when he agreed to let Billy sell the penny? What would he (Calvin) have to prove to show a court that he did not have the necessary mental capacity when he authorized Billy to sell the penny?
Did Billy exert undue influence over Calvin to cause Calvin to enter into the contract that allowed Billy to sell the penny?
What do you think? Does Calvin have a case to set aside the contract with Billy on either of these theories?
Your case study should be at least two pages in length and include at least two outside sources. Be sure to use APA formatting for all citations and references.

This essay is for a Business Law course and should be written in from the perspective and style of an English-speaking student. Please ensure the completed assignment is 2 pages (not including references page).
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Social Sciences

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Please see attached rubric for writing instructions.
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Business and Economics

Week 10 Assignment – Your Marketing Plan Executive Summary Overview Synthesize

Week 10 Assignment – Your Marketing Plan Executive Summary
Overview
Synthesize the information from your previous assignments and create an executive summary in which you present your full marketing plan. References are required.
Instructions
Write a professional 1–2 page executive summary in which you:
Discuss the goals and objectives, including how they can be measured and applied to customers, clients, and employees.
Discuss the key components of an environmental analysis, determining the status of external factors that will impact the company’s offerings.
Discuss the consumer analysis that identified the target market and how the company will meet the needs of the consumers in a competitively superior way.
Describe the marketing mix based on analysis of the market, environment, consumers, and SWOT.
Use at least two sources to support your writing. Choose sources that are credible, relevant, and appropriate. Cite each source listed on your source page at least one time within your assignment.
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Business and Economics

Please review attached rubric with detailed instructions: I am to select a stra

Please review attached rubric with detailed instructions:
I am to select a strategic marketing strategy and create a commentary essay based on scholarly reviewed journal articles or industry reports that address :
MY TOPIC: Does ethical marketing have an affect on how their products benefit customers but also how they benefit socially responsible or environmental causes?

PLEASE USE THESE 2 ARTICLES FOR RESEARCH AND REFERENCING: (ALSO NEED 2 MORE). see attached pdf articles!
– works related to cause-related marketing:

Krishna, A. (2011). Can supporting a cause decrease donations and happiness? the cause marketing paradox.
Ferraris, A., Giudice, M. D., Grandhi, B., & Cillo, V. (2020). Refining the relation between cause-related marketing and consumers purchase intentions: A cross-country analysis. International Marketing Review…
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