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Week 4-1

Using the excel sheet tutorial: http://spreadsheets.about.com/od/datamanagementinexcel/ss/excel_database.htm Using the information from your readings in the overview, choose one of the headings (e.g., Providers, Payers, and so forth) and create a simple database using the information you learned from the excel tutorial and the CSBI materials. Explain how the rows and columns you created would help you further analyze the information. Submit the database with explanation of […]

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Use the following compound subjects and the corresponding verb choices

Use the following compound subjects and the corresponding verb choices to create your own sentences. Be sure the subject agrees in number with the verb. Refer to the Guidelines if in doubt. Compound Subject Verb Form 1) Music and dance       verb = invite/invites 2) Meat and potatoes verb = is/are 3) Hurricanes or a tornado verb = create/creates 4) Frank or his sisters verb […]

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Reading response 4

Please read the below links and summarise both articles according to the prompt (guidelines) given in the attachment ( Reading response prompt).   https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:341619f1-0aaf-4f18-9409-993edc2fefd0 https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:e63b6b49-19c3-4a5b-b254-5c7d710002da

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200 words discussion due in 6 hours

Week 6 Discussion: Who Speaks? 88 unread replies.88 replies. Last week, Carolyn Forche talked about the challenges of being a witness to someone else’s experience, and this week, Gayatri Spivak talked about the challenges that people (particularly from less privileged backgrounds) can have speaking for themselves. We’ve also heard some insights from people like Studs Terkel and Luis Alberto Urrea who have interviewed working-class citizens […]

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English Question

Drawing from key pastoral elements and literary devices used in the text, make an argument about how women are depicted in the text. Are they victimized or condemned? Are they symbols for the natural world or are they depicted more realistically? Do they have their own personalities and wills or are they stripped of power and voice?

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assigment eng201

Course: ENG201 – The Power of Persuasion Assignment 1: Laying the Foundations for Making a Case Due: Week 3 Points: 150 Skill(s) Being Assessed: Problem Solving (Information Literacy) Criteria for Success: In this assignment, you will: Define a topic for a persuasive proposal, and explain the importance of the topic to you within the context of the scenario and your own life/career. Describe the potential […]

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Read the Ethical Dilemma, and share your thoughts by answering the following ethical question also posed at the end of the story: Anything for a BUC (PDF) What should you do? When answering the question elaborate, expand upon, and support your thoughts.

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data

Prior to beginning work on this discussion forum, read Chapter 22 of your textbook. Imagine that you oversee quality control for a production line in a candy company. The production line is responsible for filling 12 ounces of candy in packages labeled with weight of 12 oz. Package weights need to be in compliance with the Federal Trade Commission and the Food and Drug Administration […]

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