Sociology: technology and society 6 week online class

I need someone to complete my class and get at least a B. The entire course is delivered online. The course just started on March 17th and ends on Sunday May 4th. I have the online version of the textbook, so you will be able to easily access it whenever you need to. You don’t t have to be responsible for the first weeks assignments since the first week is almost over.  A 3 to 5 page short writing assignment is due this Sunday which you will need to complete. In all, you will have to complete 2 short writing assignments, 2 Online Exams, and 2 Discussion Board Posts. So basically, your gonna have one assignment due every Sunday for 6 weeks. I the I have attached the syllabus to this message so you should read that over. The class started last monday March 17th and a short writing assignment is due this Sunday March 30th, so please let me know asap.

 

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Using dillion’s data, construct a 95% confidence interval for the

 

Using Dillion’s data, construct a 95% confidence interval for the population

 

mean ages of the various sites.

 

Do these confidence intervals support Corbin’s claim?

 

Can you use these confidence intervals to infer the likely construction order of the various Stonehenge structures? Explain.

 

Which statistical technique, hypothesis testing or confidence intervals, is more useful in assessing the age and likely construction order of the Stonehenge structures? Explain.

 

Discuss the limitations and assumptions of your analysis. Is there any additional

 

information that you would like to have before publishing your findings?

 

Would another statistical procedure be more useful in analyzing these data? If so, which one? Explain. Write a report to Corinn Dillion detailing your analysis.

 

harvey loaned $50 | Accounting homework help

1.       Harvey loaned $50 to Chase and received a promissory note. Chase is the

A. maker.  

B. drawee.

C. payee.   

D. debtor. 

2.       A promissory note

A. is a written promise to pay.        

B. is an oral promise to pay.              

C. is due in 30 days.               

D. entitles the maker to a discount.               

3.       Which of the following would not be used to pay for previous credit purchases under the periodic system?

A. Debit to Accounts Payable           

B. Credit to Purchase Discounts       

C. Credit to Accounts Payable          

D. Credit to Cash    

4.       Martin Company needs additional time to pay its accounts payable to Boster Company. Martin makes a written promise to pay Boster the amount on a certain date. Boster records this transaction by debiting

A. Notes Receivable and crediting Accounts Receivable.    

B. Cash and crediting Accounts Receivable.

C. Accounts Receivable and crediting Notes Receivable.      

D. Notes Receivable and crediting Cash.      

5.       The advantage of the weighted-average method is that

A. an equal cost is assigned to each unit, so net income doesn’t fluctuate as much as with other methods.               

B. the flow of goods and flow of costs are the same.             

C. it matches current selling prices and current costs.            

D. old costs are matched against current income     

6.       David borrows $2,000 from Matthew and gives him a promissory note. Matthew is the

A. payee.  

B. payer.    

C. maker.  

D. drawer.

7.       Which inventory method produces the lowest income tax during a period of inflation?

A. LIFO       

B. FIFO       

C. Weighted-average           

D. All of the above would have the same tax effect.              

8.       The person or company that borrows money and signs a promissory note payable is the

A. drawee.               

B. drawer. 

C. payee.   

D. maker.  

9.       When an interest-bearing note comes due and is uncollectible, the journal entry includes debiting

A. Notes Receivable and crediting Accounts Receivable.      

B. Notes Receivable and crediting Accounts Receivable and Interest Revenue.         

C. Accounts Receivable and crediting Interest Revenue.      

D. Accounts Receivable and crediting Notes Receivable and Interest Revenue.      

10.   Cory issued a note to his creditor in exchange for an account. Cory records the transaction by debiting

A. Notes Payable and crediting Accounts Payable.  

B. Notes Receivable and crediting Accounts Receivable.      

C. Accounts Payable and crediting Notes Payable. 

D. Accounts Receivable and crediting Notes Payable.            

11.   Under the periodic inventory system, in addition to making the entry to record a sale, a company would

A. debit Merchandise Inventory and credit Cost of Goods Sold.       

B. debit Cost of Goods Sold and credit Merchandise Inventory.       

C. debit Cost of Goods Sold and credit Purchases.  

D. make no additional entry.           

12.   Jane borrowed $1,000 from West Bank and signed a promissory note. Jane is the

A. payee.  

B. drawee.

C. creditor.               

D. maker.  

13.   James borrowed $550 from Tracy. James promised in writing that he would repay the money to Tracy on May 13, 2013. At the time of the loan, Tracy recorded the transaction as a/an

A. accounts receivable.       

B. accounts payable.            

C. promissory note receivable.       

D. promissory note payable.             

14.   Brooke Company grants James Decorating additional time to pay its past-due account. James makes a written promise to pay Brooke the amount on a certain date. James records this transaction by debiting

A. Notes Receivable and crediting Accounts Receivable.      

B. Cash and crediting Accounts Receivable.

C. Accounts Receivable and crediting Notes Receivable.      

D. Accounts Payable and crediting Notes Payable.

 

15.   One advantage of the LIFO method is that

A. an equal cost is assigned to each unit, so net income doesn’t fluctuate as much as with other methods. 

B. flow of goods and flow of costs are the same.     

C. it matches current selling prices and current costs.          

D. ending inventory is valued at very old costs.        

16.   Morris Law Firm is borrowing $10,000 at 6% interest for one year. The $10,000 is the

A. proceeds.            

B. principal.             

C. amount of interest.         

D. net amount.       

17.   The weighted-average method

A. calculates an average unit cost by dividing the total cost of goods sold by the total units sold.       

B. calculates an average unit cost by dividing the total cost of goods available for sale by the total units of goods available for sale. 

C. calculates an average unit cost by adding the total cost of goods available for sale to the total units of goods available for sale.     

D. None of the above          

18.   A written promise to pay a certain sum of money to another person or company is a

A. promissory accounts payable.    

B. promissory note payable.            

C. promissory accounts receivable.

D. promissory note receivable.        

19.   Which method assumes that the most recently acquired goods are sold first?

A. LIFO       

B. FIFO       

C. Specific invoice method 

D. Weighted-average method         

20.   The inventory method where the cost flows tend to follow the physical flow is

A. LIFO.      

B. FIFO.      

C. weighted-average.          

D. specific invoice.               

 

High pressure for local adaptation

1.       High pressure for local adaptation combined with high pressure for lower costs would suggest what type of international strategy? (Points : 5)

a.    Global

b.    Multidomestic

c.     Transnational

d.    differentiation

2.       The form of entry strategy into international operations that offers the lowest level of control would be (Points : 5)

a.    franchising.

b.    licensing.

c.     joint venture.

d.    exporting.

3.        __________ are most appropriate where a firm already has the appropriate knowledge and capabilities that it can leverage rather easily through multiple locations in many countries. (Points : 5)

a.    Joint ventures

b.    Strategic alliances

c.     Licensing agreements

d.    Wholly owned subsidiaries

4.        Many U.S. multinational companies set up maquiladora operations south of the U.S.-Mexico border primarily (Points : 5)

a.    to sell products into the growing Mexican market.

b.    as part of US government-initiated measures to discourage illegal immigration.

c.     to take advantage of the lower tax rates in Mexico.

d.    to take advantage of the low cost of labor.

5.        High pressure for local adaptation combined with low pressure for lower costs would suggest what type of international strategy? (Points : 5)

a.    Global

b.    Multidomestic

c.     Transnational

d.    Overall cost leadership

6.        __________ entail the creation of a third-party legal entity, whereas __________ do not. (Points : 5)

a.    Licensing agreements; joint ventures

b.    Joint ventures; strategic alliances

c.     Strategic alliances; joint ventures

d.    Franchising agreements; strategic alliances

7.       Gillette’s worldwide success with its Sensor razor demonstrates (Points : 5)

a.    the importance of merging global and multidomestic strategies.

b.    the values of establishing joint ventures with several multinational corporations.

c.     that a global marketing effort can sometimes be successful.

d.    the usefulness of a multidomestic strategy.

8.       Which of the following refers to a situation where a company has a high concentration of its business in a particular industry’s market? (Points : 5)

a.    competitor’s resources

b.    market dependence

c.     resource similarity

d.    actor’s reputation

9.        Which of the following terms is used to refer to opportunities that are practical and physically possible? (Points : 5)

a.    Durable

b.    Valuable

c.     Achievable

d.    sustainable

10.   Financing for entrepreneurial start-ups includes which of the following? (Points : 5)

a.    investments by family and friends

b.    personal savings

c.     private investors

d.    all of these

11.   Which of the following types of resources contribute to the success of entrepreneurial firms? (Points : 5)

a.    social capital

b.    financial resources

c.     human resources

d.    All of these contribute to the success of entrepreneurial firms.

12.   Which of the following sources of entrepreneurial financing are available to ventures that have already started to conduct business and generate sales? (Points : 5)

a.    bank financing

b.    venture capital

c.     public financing

d.    all of these

13.   Private individuals who provide seed capital to young ventures are known as (Points : 5)

a.    angels.

b.    gazelles.

c.     cash cows.

d.    rising stars.

14.    __________ provide(s) a key avenue for growth for many young and small firms through partnering to obtain resources and/or expand into new markets. (Points : 5)

a.    Strategic alliances

b.    Bootstrappers

c.     “Lone wolf” entrepreneurs

d.    Research & development

15.   In principal-principal conflicts (conflicts between controlling shareholders and minority shareholders), the ownership (of equity) is (Points : 5)

a.    widely dispersed (5-20% is considered “concentrated ownership”).

b.    controlled almost completely by management.

c.     concentrated; often greater than 50% of equity is controlled by controlling shareholders.

d.    often held by employee stock ownership programs.

16.   It is generally argued that the takeover constraint (Points : 5)

a.    deters management from engaging in opportunistic behavior.

b.    deters management from considering acquiring other companies.

c.     deters management from declaring dividends.

d.    deters management from increasing a firm’s level of borrowing.

17.   If the market value of a firm becomes less than its book value, (Points : 5)

a.    it becomes an attractive takeover target.

b.    the firm will be delisted by the stock exchange.

c.     the Securities and Exchange Commission will not allow it to declare dividends until the market value once again exceeds the book value.

d.    the firm will be unable to service its debt.

18.   CEO duality refers to a situation in which (Points : 5)

a.    the CEO formulates and implements strategies.

b.    the CEO serves as both the CEO and the chair of the board of directors.

c.     the CEO is responsible for acting as CEO and serving on the compensation committee.

d.    the CEO is responsible for acting as CEO and Chief Operating Officer (COO).

19.   Contemporary approaches to strategic control rely primarily on (Points : 5)

a.    feedback controls.

b.    single-loop learning.

c.     double-loop learning.

d.    comparative learning.

20.   By takeover constraint, we mean (Points : 5)

a.    constraints placed by the firm on raiders who want to takeover the firm.

b.    legal constraints that limit the ability of the raiders to acquire a firm.

c.     provisions in the charter of a company that prevents it from attempting a takeover of other companies.

d.    the risk of being acquired by a hostile raider.

 

Perspective | Accounting homework help

 The balanced scorecard links performance measures across the following areas:

-The customer perspective (“How do customers view our company?”)
-The internal perspective (“What must we excel at?”)
-The innovative and learning perspective (“Can we continue to improve? Can we continue to create value?”)
-The financial perspective (“How do we look to shareholders?”) 

Discussion w1-2 654 | Nursing homework help

Instructions for Discussion Replies to 6 DQS

DO NOT JUST REPEAT SAME INFORMATION, DO NOT JUST SAY I AGREE OR THINGS LIKE THAT. YOU NEED TO ADD NEW INFORMATION TO DISCUSSION.

  1. Each reply should be at least 200 words.

  2. Minimum One Peer reviewed/scholarly reference ( NO MAYO CLINIC/ AHA)

  3. APA 7th edition style needs to be followed.

  4. Each response should have reference at the end of each reply

  5. Reference should be within last 4 years

Effects of social media on mental health and body image

Then, tell me what you learned about your topic, and why it matters. Information from the 7-10 research sources that you gathered to help you understand your project topic should analyzed, integrated and quoted throughout.  should also make a detailed, thoughtful statement about living in the digital world that “caps off” your thinking about (and study of) digital communication, information, and media.

Journal 10 —2 pages apa format—no plagiarism

TOPIC: The continuing saga of nurse staffing

Daily Journal format:

1. All journal entries are 2 pages typed and double-spaced, reflective response which summarizes what you read and learned through reading articles.**Article attached**

2. Font size = 12 Times New Roman

3. Each entry is compliant with guideline questions. 

4. At least 1 Citation/s and reference list are compliant with APA 7th edition standards

Content:

1. Date (corresponds with journal entry) 

2. What did I do? (Brief description of the activity)

3. What did I learn? (Personal reflection)

4. What were the positives and or negatives about the experience?

5. What were the components that impacted your practice?

6. Recommendations for future experiences or practice?

 
 

Reflections must demonstrate a high degree of critical thinking in applying, analyzing, and evaluating key course concepts and theories from readings, lectures, media, discussions activities, and/or assignments. Insightful and relevant connections are made through contextual explanations, inferences, and examples. Synthesizes current virtual experience into future implications. 

M6rj1 | Sociology homework help

 You have a client who is going to leave her abusive husband. You need to help her create a safety plan so she can leave safely. The two of you discuss the plan, put it into action and she leaves. You did receive word that the ex husband had plans to hurt her if she moved out but you thought your client knew. After a few months you received word that her estranged husband kills her. Discuss 3 ethical dilemmas that could have happened based on something you failed to do as the Human Service professional. 

Develop a 4-6 page holistic intervention plan design to improve the

 Topic: we discussed issues with staffing and issues with clients receiving facetime. As well as being part of the team despite Covid-19 and restrictions. It was clear how Covid-19 has negatively affected both the staff and clients. 

As you prepare to complete this assessment, you may want to think about other related issues to deepen your understanding or broaden your viewpoint. You are encouraged to consider the questions below and discuss them with a fellow learner, a work associate, an interested friend, or a member of your professional community. Note that these questions are for your own development and exploration and do not need to be completed or submitted as part of your assessment.

  • What theoretical nursing models, strategies from other disciplines, and health care technologies could help support or justify your approach to the intervention plan?
  • What evidence from the literature or best practice supports the intervention plan components you identified?
  • What, if any, potential is there for technology to help in the development or implementation of the intervention plan components?
  • What is the impact of stakeholders, health care policy, or regulations?
  • Are there any ethical or legal considerations related to the development or implementation of the intervention plan components that need to be kept in mind? If so, what are they

 

Part 1: Intervention Plan Components
  • Define the major components of an intervention plan for a health promotion, quality improvement, prevention, education, or management need.
  • Explain the impact of cultural needs and characteristics of a target population and setting on the development of intervention plan components.
Part 2: Theoretical Foundations
  • Evaluate theoretical nursing models, strategies from other disciplines, and health care technologies relevant to an intervention plan.
  • Justify the major components of an intervention by referencing relevant and contemporary evidence from the literature and best practices.
Part 3: Stakeholders, Policy, and Regulations
  • Analyze the impact of stakeholder needs, health care policy, regulations, and governing bodies relevant to health care practice and specific components of an intervention plan.
Part 4: Ethical and Legal Implications
  • Analyze relevant ethical and legal issues related to health care practice, organizational change, and specific components of an intervention plan.
Address Generally Throughout
  • Communicate intervention plan in a professional way that helps the audience to understand the proposed intervention.