Monthly Archives: November 2014

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Chapter: 6

  1. C
  2. A
  3. D
  4. C
  5. D
  6. C
  7. A
  8. D
  9. A

True/False

  1. T
  2. T
  3. F
  4. T
  5. F
  6. F
  7. T
  8. T
  9. T
  10. T
  11. F

Chapter: 7

  1. D
  2. C
  3. A
  4. A
  5. C
  6. D
  7. D
  8. C
  9. A
  10. D
  11. C
  12. D
  13. A
  14. C
  15. D
  16. A
  17. D
  18. C
  19. C

True/False

  1. T
  2. F
  3. T
  4. T
  5. F
  6. F
  7. T
  8. F
  9. T
  10. F
  11. T
  12. F
  13. F
  14. F
  15. T
  16. T

Chapter: 8

  1. D
  2. A
  3. C
  4. D
  5. A
  6. C
  7. D
  8. C
  9. A
  10. D
  11. C
  12. D
  13. A
  14. C
  15. D
  16. C
  17. A
  18. D

True/False

  1. T
  2. F
  3. F
  4. T
  5. T
  6. F
  7. T
  8. F
  9. T
  10. T
  11. F
  12. F
  13. F
  14. T
  15. T
  16. F
  17. F
  18. T

Chapter: 9

  1. D
  2. A
  3. C
  4. D
  5. A
  6. D
  7. A
  8. C
  9. C
  10. D
  11. A
  12. C
  13. D
  14. A

True/False

  1. T
  2. F
  3. F
  4. T
  5. T
  6. F
  7. F
  8. F
  9. T
  10. T
  11. F
  12. F
  13. T
  14. T
  15. T
  16. F
  17. T
  18. F
  19. T

Chapter: 10

  1. A
  2. D
  3. C
  4. C
  5. A
  6. D
  7. C
  8. D
  9. D
  10. A
  11. C

True/False

  1. F
  2. F
  3. T
  4. F
  5. T
  6. F
  7. T
  8. F
  9. T
  10. T
  11. F
  12. T

Chapter: 11 and 13

  1. A
  2. C
  3. D
  4. A
  5. C
  6. A
  7. D

True/False

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185760_40902_Solution1

Answer: a

Date Royal Dutch Shell Market % Royal Dutch % Return Market %

8/12/2013

66.72

1460.94

8/19/2013

67.08

1486.73

0.54%

1.77%

8/26/2013

67.15

1440.67

0.10%

-3.10%

9/3/2013

67.5

1475.68

0.52%

2.43%

9/9/2013

68.59

1436.99

1.61%

-2.62%

9/16/2013

69.1

1485.81

0.74%

3.40%

9/23/2013

69.26

1494.1

0.23%

0.56%

9/30/2013

68.34

1435.15

-1.33%

-3.95%

10/7/2013

67.73

1442.52

-0.89%

0.51%

10/14/2013

70.01

1426.85

3.37%

-1.09%

10/21/2013

72.35

1452.65

3.34%

1.81%

10/28/2013

70.06

1519.89

-3.17%

4.63%

11/4/2013

68.83

1549.37

-1.76%

1.94%

11/11/2013

70.41

1502.39

2.30%

-3.03%

11/18/2013

71.4

1481.2

1.41%

-1.41%

11/25/2013

69.94

1455.41

-2.04%

-1.74%

12/2/2013

70.51

1478.44

0.81%

1.58%

12/9/2013

70.05

1498.7

-0.65%

1.37%

12/16/2013

72.86

1497.78

4.01%

-0.06%

12/23/2013

74.82

1455.41

2.69%

-2.83%

12/30/2013

74.46

1544.76

-0.48%

6.14%

1/6/2014

76

1584.37

2.07%

2.56%

1/13/2014

74.08

1614.77

-2.53%

1.92%

1/21/2014

74.55

1657.14

0.63%

2.62%

1/27/2014

72.83

1692.15

-2.31%

2.11%

2/3/2014

73.18

1668.2

0.48%

-1.42%

2/10/2014

76.61

1694.91

4.69%

1.60%

2/18/2014

78.64

1775.97

2.65%

4.78%

2/24/2014

77.92

1787.02

-0.92%

0.62%

3/3/2014

77.83

1864.4

-0.12%

4.33%

3/10/2014

76.32

1867.16

-1.94%

0.15%

3/17/2014

75.65

1853.35

-0.88%

-0.74%

3/24/2014

77.94

1752.02

3.03%

-5.47%

3/31/2014

77.86

1822.95

-0.10%

4.05%

4/7/2014

78.58

1822.95

0.92%

0.00%

4/14/2014

80.76

1831.24

2.77%

0.45%

4/21/2014

80.58

1660.83

-0.22%

-9.31%

4/28/2014

85.2

1693.99

5.73%

2.00%

5/5/2014

86.57

1672.8

1.61%

-1.25%

5/12/2014

86.58

1682.01

0.01%

0.55%

5/19/2014

82.26

1694.91

-4.99%

0.77%

5/27/2014

81.84

1639.64

-0.51%

-3.26%

6/2/2014

83.07

1705.96

1.50%

4.04%

6/9/2014

84.4

1803.6

1.60%

5.72%

6/16/2014

86.62

1822.03

2.63%

1.02%

6/23/2014

87.09

1811.9

0.54%

-0.56%

6/30/2014

87.6

1779.65

0.59%

-1.78%

7/7/2014

86.79

1833.08

-0.92%

3.00%

7/14/2014

86.35

1857.95

-0.51%

1.36%

7/21/2014

86.36

1763.99

0.01%

-5.06%

7/28/2014

85.47

1774.13

-1.03%

0.57%

8/4/2014

84.77

1785.18

-0.82%

0.62%

8/11/2014

83.68

1752.94

-1.29%

-1.81%

8/18/2014

83.04

1712.41

-0.76%

-2.31%

8/25/2014

84.85

1775.05

2.18%

3.66%

9/2/2014

84.08

1869.01

-0.91%

5.29%

9/8/2014

80.85

1881.9

-3.84%

0.69%

9/15/2014

82.27

1879.14

1.76%

-0.15%

9/22/2014

79.82

1869

-2.98%

-0.54%

9/29/2014

76.61

1892

-4.02%

1.23%

10/6/2014

72.85

1894

-4.91%

0.11%

10/13/2014

71.32

1868

-2.10%

-1.37%

Royal Dutch Shell

Market

Standard Deviation

2.24%

2.88%

Variance

0.05%

0.08%

Correlation Coefficient

(0.01)

Regression Statistics

R Square Adjusted

-0.016780993

R Square

0.000165357

R Multiple

0.012859105

Observations

61

Standard Error

0.022575169

ANOVA

 

Value of df

Value of SS

Value of MS

F value

F Significance

Regression

1

4.97287E-06

4.97287E-06

0.009758

0.921647144

Residual

59

0.030068657

0.000509638

Total

60

0.03007363

     

 

Intercept

X Variable 1

Coefficients

0.001384429

-0.009983448

Standard Error

0.002925227

0.101066658

t Stat

0.473272499

-0.098780826

P-value

0.637765199

0.921647144

Lower 95%

-0.00446894

-0.212217363

Upper 95%

0.007237794

0.192250467

Lower 95.0%

-0.00446894

-0.212217363

Upper 95.0%

0.007237794

0.192250467

Stock is having negative correlation with market returns hence this stock will perform in a opposite way in comparison with market. The cost of capital is the price for the funds raised by the corporates. It’s the minimum income which the corporation has to build on its own investments so that it can repay to its investors without paying the same from its own pocket; to earn the money flows out of the money which the investors have paid. Value of capital is a cost of finance for the company which every investor investing in business desires and needs to earn.

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185881_Car_design CFD-based Car Body Design for F-SAE-A Car

Executive Summary

This is the initial document of a car race designing and its model impact. The reports include the original documentation of the UWSF-SAEA race including their designing methods. This is the final report of car racing and their advance new technologies which implies the designing model as well as their project summary. The main function of this paper is to vary the confirmation and the new technologies which are used in car racing at initial stage of the race. This paper will form the documentation including their design contemplation. The project has divided in between two teams and the teams are working as unison. The team has working to design a new car model and its designing steps with new features and new tools, which attract the racer as well as the race. Team 1 is responsible for effect analysis of the car model including their failure modes and team two is responsible for fluid dynamics with their computational analysis.

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188487_1426907575_project_management

Table of Contents

Introduction. 2

Project scope. 2

Establish Project priorities. 3

Work breakdown structure. 4

Responsibilities of team members. 4

Budget estimate. 5

Conclusion. 6

Introduction

This is a project to organize and carry out the painting of two rooms of a family home with the help of community service organization. This community service organization has provided to help poor families and their culture by providing them of support. The main objective of this community service is to paint two rooms of a family (Noble, 2009). This family has two children rooms and they belong to a poor family that is why the community service organization has provided to paint their rooms within a low budget. To organize the painting facility for the two rooms the community service has provided a project team leader to complete the painting and its management within the limited period including low budget. This work is done with the help of maximized efficiency of all team members including their basic criteria and tools. In addition, the main objective of this project management is to develop a new methodology and estimation of budget, which has been built from understanding the various attributes in the same project. The important content of this activity can be related to the planning structure of this project, with the help of work breakdown structure of the entire project management and their project progress.

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How should businesses, labour, the government, and society at large deal with plant closings and layoffs?

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION.. 3

LAYOFFS AND PLANT ISSUES IN SINGAPORE.. 3

ROLE OF BUSINESS TO DEAL WITH LAYOFFs AND PLANT CLOSING.. 4

ROLE OF LABOUR TO DEAL WITH LAYOFFs AND PLANT CLOSING.. 5

ROLE OF GOVERNMENT TO DEAL WITH LAYOFFs AND PLANT CLOSING.. 5

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Process Technology and E-Business-187294_571069291_MAH_44469_1

                                                                         Introduction

            The advancement in the field of technology has allowed businesses in performing their business processes in a highly efficient manner in satisfying its customers. The application of technology is evident in respect to all the major business areas of organisation including the management of various processes and functions. There has been rising overall importance of the concept of process technology which implies the use of equipment in transforming the products that creates value to customers. Businesses are making used of highly advanced and sophisticated process technologies in performing the management of their business processes, and this in turn has resulted into the attainment of improved level of efficiency in their operations. Apart from this, the role of technology is also evident in respect to the ways in which business processes are being carried out. As for instance, there has the rise of e-business concept whereby products and services are offered online to the customers. There is significant level of benefits being possible as a result of process technology and e-business as adapted by businesses.

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Sports psychology-184107_635127581_43746

A.1:

Peterson in the year 1998 suggested that trait relates to an individual one such example is laziness. These traits make every different thus giving them different personality. (Bleidorn, 2010) Among the four main theories related to sport psychologies that are trait theory, social learning theory, the humanistic theory and psychodynamic theory. The key features of these theories are:-

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Problem identification185586_690590589_GCW862

One of the problem I saw in the entire story of Shannon working her through the 20 days in the TWK organisation is the disability of Shannon for trauma disability pay. The trauma disability may be caused due to a number of reasons such as more pressure due to work that the employee can possibly handle or the negative effects of the environment of the workplace. I think that no matter how small is the tenure of an individual’s temporary position in an organisation, he or she is always vulnerable to the trauma due to a number of reasons such as sexual harassment, stress etc. So Shannon should have been provided with proper trauma disability pay which the permanent employees of the organisation get in case of being disable to complete their work due to any kind of trauma in the workplace. The trauma of the employees could also be personal. The organisation should also provide the trauma disability pay in case of a personal trauma of an individual working in the organisation. Another major problem identified by me in the case was the possibility of cases of sexual harassment related to the Jeans day in the organisation. The Jeans day required Shannon to come to office in jeans. But the lack of spirit for the jeans day in Shannon caused the employees to have a different view about her.

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178972_CREATE_PROCEDURE_Ranking

CREATE PROCEDURE Ranking

@username varchar(50)

AS

declare @tname varchar(100);

set @tname =’tips_’+@username ;

declare @strex nvarchar(2000);

set @strex=’select isnull((sum(game1)+sum(game2)+sum(game3)+sum(game4)+sum(game5)+sum(game6)+sum(game7)+sum(game8)+sum(game9))/count(game1),0) from(

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Written Questions-185617_1837416800_KHA_44015

Written questions

Student name:  Insert your name

Unit Code:   SITXCCS502

Unit name:    Select event and venue sites

Instructions to Candidate

Using this form, answer all 4 questions. When complete, upload this form in the online area for Event 2.

  1. For each event type below, you are to list 4 specific points you must consider when choosing an appropriate venue
    1. Exhibition

    Answer:

    • Space Requirements: This type of event needs spacious venue for facilitating demonstration of several items. Also for making the exhibition more interesting activities and interactive games could be organized for increasing guest’s involvement within the event. Hence spacious venue is highly needed (Allen, 2009, p. 38).
    • Location: Choice of location is also another important aspect when organizing exhibition by the event management company in Australia, Victoria. Location should deliver logistical support, space for social gathering, meeting space, resting spaces, dining area etc. Also the location should be easy to access by the guests.
    • Audio-Visual Requirements: The venue should be well equipped with audio-visual facilities for smooth execution of an exhibition. This type of event needs to display the items effectively to the viewers and for this reason these amenities are necessary.
    • Attendee Capacity of Venue: The venue for event like exhibition should have provision for over capacity. This is one of the vital points to be considered while arranging exhibitions. For instance Verve Creative Events, an Australia based event management company, is a popular company organizing exhibitions for notable clients such as NSW Food Authority.
    1. Festival

    Answer:

    • Space Requirements:  For organizing festivals such as Christmas in Australia, the venue needs to be vast for accommodating numerous guests and should employ an extensive range of entertainment facilities.
    • Food and Beverage (Catering): The venue should have adequate space for dining arrangements and Food and beverages should be well organized for the guests as it contributes to their enchanting experience.
    • Staging Requirements: Festivals such as Christmas calls for huge celebration along with dancing. To serve this purpose the venue needs to have space for construction of stage which would be helpful in providing a dedicated space for dance only.
    • Audio-Visual Requirements: The event management firm should organize for all the musical amenities that make the actual theme of the festive event.
    1. Meetings / Small Conference

    Answers:

    • Facilities Requirements: The venue selected should comprise logistical facilities, restrooms, storage areas, power facilities etc.
    • Technology Requirements: For conducting conferences the venue should be well technologically equipped and should have advanced infrastructure for supporting the activities throughout the event. All conference sessions should be recorded with the help of various cameras and the highlights of the conference can be posted in a well secured website within two hours of concluding each session (Peters, 2007). Highlights can also be displayed in the form of video as a part of the closing session of the conference.
    • Food and Beverage (Catering): A gala dinner is to be planned in the venue for catering the guests attending the meeting or conference.
    • Audio-Visual Requirements: The venue should be well equipped with audio-visual facilities for enabling presentations and speech during conference and meetings.

     

    1. Convention

    Answer:

    • Technology Requirements: For conducting convention the venue should be well technologically equipped and should have advanced infrastructure for supporting the activities throughout the event. The venue should be well equipped with audio-visual facilities for enabling presentations and speech by notable speakers during the conventions.
    • Facilities Requirements: The venue selected should comprise logistical facilities, restrooms, storage areas, power facilities etc.
    • Staging Requirements: There should be enough space for the construction ofstage for enabling keynote speakers to deliver speech.
    • Food and Beverage (Catering): A gala dinner is to be planned in the venue for catering the guests attending the convention.
    1. Social Functions

    Answer:

    • Space Requirements: Social functions need huge space for music performance, dance, interactive games etc. Therefore venue can be either outdoor or indoor with huge space.
    • Facilities Requirements: The venue selected should comprise logistical facilities, restrooms, storage areas, power facilities etc.
    • Audio-Visual Requirements: The event management firm should organize for all the musical and sound amenities that make the actual theme of the social event.
    • Attendee Capacity of Venue: The venue for social function should have provision for over capacity.

    1. Describe how you would manage the following environmental and social impacts when planning and running an event
      1. Parking

    When running an event, parking comes up as one of the most significant challenges for the event management company. Most of the guests have their first interaction with the event at the parking lot; hence managing the parking issues is highly significant for the event managers for ensuring a positive experience for the guests. Parking, if not managed properly, can cause huge traffic problems therefore it should be controlled effectively (Carter, 2007). At the very first step, proper research needs to be done on the amount of space that is needed with respect to the number of guests. For instance, in business conferences, there is probability of more single-car drivers. Therefore atleast 75 percent of the event attendees are expected to drive solo, which can swiftly fill the available spaces. Hence, extra parking zones in nearby localities needs to be arranged in advance for accommodating more cars and control traffic in extreme cases. Skilled parking attendants should be arranged who can efficiently prevent slowdown, direct traffic and supervise the lots for safety.

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Assignment on Employee Engagement-153632_KHA_35469

Introduction

With business scenario being competitive, firms are looking for new ways to motivate and encourage employees to get engaged with the company. Companies want their employees to be effectively become part of decision making process to help management accomplish goals and objectives. Employee engagement is one of the approaches adopted by firms in order to ensure their employees are highly dedicated to towards their work. By definition, employee engagement refers to the process of engaging employees and the extent to which they feel committed towards their work and put discretely efforts into their work (Arrowsmith & Parker, 2013).  This paper examines what is employee engagement, its importance and steps undertaken to improve it in various organizations.

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ROME III classification has defined functional constipation-39673

Constipation cases are more frequent to paediatricians than of any other illness. It has severe health resource implications and the prevalence of constipation among the children ranges from 4-35%. American studies have revealed that the average cost of constipation cases among the children is about $3.9 billion per year. This report basically aims to highlight the precautionary measures and the NICE guidelines (National Institute of clinical Excellence) on constipation. It provides an insight on the importance of improving the toileting habits or consuming more fibres and laxatives. With a more profound patient and parental understanding, there exists a potential to deliver a positive benefit to the children who suffer from this problem.

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Grammar question assignment-42759

  1. The given grammar is,

a)      There are following  productions in the given grammar.

The derived grammar (G’) from the given grammar by removing the  production is,

b)      In the grammar G’, there are following unit productions,

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Nursing research – Q&A Assignment_42750

Nursing research – Q&A

Contents

Question no. 7. 2

Question no. 8. 2

Question no. 9. 3

Question no. 10. 3

Question no. 11. 5

Question no. 7

According to the question the authors identified the strengths and weaknesses of the research methods as they believed that the study done by Singh et al was withdrawn by the British Medical Journal because it was unclear about the quality of the study included by Singh in the review paper of him in 1997. Now this study excludes the analytical sensitivity which did not consider the study at lower level or risk of bias. It is also important to make sure that all the results must support by the sensitivity analyses. The main assessment of the review was heterogenicity by using Cohran’s test. The understanding or the statistical degree of heterogenicity would have altered if I2 test was used in the assessment present in the analyses. In the example provided by the author proofs that the study review of omega 3 fats and worry describes less about the differences between the study of dart 2 and omega 3 trials.

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