Category Archives: EDUCATION

Management and Operation : 655768

Question:

Discuss about the Management and Operation.

Answer:

Task 1

Definition of leaders and managers

A leader is a person who is responsible for to motivate, influence and guide a group of people in order to achieve a common objective or goals.  The members of the group consider the role of a leader to be important and significant and hence entertain the leadership. Leaders are responsible to give and set directions, build a farsighted vision, keep up with the dynamics of a team and develop as well as encourage innovation. A Leader has an eye on the horizon and challenges the status-quo (Bolman & Deal, 2014).

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MIPS Program Sequence : 662388

Question:

You will be given an input file containing a sequence of 32 bit instruction words.  Assume that the first instruction is at memory address 96.  The final instruction in an instruction sequence is ALWAYS a “BREAK” instruction.  Following the break instruction is a sequence of 32 bit 2’s compliment signed integers for the program data.  These continue until the end of  file.

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Engineering and Technology Management : 658610

Question:

6 7

Answer:

Company background                                       

The company known as the 3M is an American established company that formally dealt with mining and manufacturing of the commodities. This company was established in Minnesota in 1902 by five businessmen. It the then collapsed due to the business activities that they were carrying in this company since the mining of the anorthosite was not having any commercial value. The company later was taken up by the co-founders after soliciting funds for the progress of the company in 1905 after which the establishment this company was done in St. Paul in the year 1910.Before the company was moved in 1960 to its current headquarter at 3M center in Maplewood, Minnesota, it took about 52 years in St. Paul.

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Company Law : 604324

Question:

Carborundum Pty Ltd (Carborundum) is a company that was incorporated in July 2014. The main business of the company is the manufacture of drilling machinery for the mining industry. The company has issued 50,000 $ 1 shares as follows: Alan, Ben, Colin and Eric Sanders have 4,000 shares each; Donald Thump, a wealthy industrialist, has 12,000 shares; and the remaining 22,000 issued shares are owned by a company called Inventions Pty Ltd (“Inventions”). The directors and shareholders of Inventions are Hilary and Bill Winton. The Carborundum shares held by Alan, Ben and Colin are fully paid up, whilst the rest of the issued Carborundum shares are paid up only to the extent of one cent per share.

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Corporate Finance : 638268

Question:

(a) Market reacts positively to dividend increases and negatively dividend decreases. Three explanations are provided for this notion. i. Information content (signalling) hypothesis, ii. Free cash flow hypothesis iii. Clientele effect Discuss these hypotheses related to dividend policy. (30 marks) (b) Briefly discuss five reasons for companies to choose repurchases rather dividends under a class ical tax system. (30 Marks) (c) i. Identify (interim or final) dividend change announcement using “dividend history from the DatAnalysis Premium Database” for the company allocated to you for the assignment 2. ii. Calculate three day return earned by your firm for the period from the day before the announcement continuing through the day after the announcement date; and two day return earned by your firm for the period from the day of the announcement to the day aft er the announcement date iii. Calculate the market return for the corresponding periods in (ii). iv. Calculate the excess: (ii) – (iii) v. Check the results for any other two students in your tutorial class and report that result in your assignment 2 vi. Discuss the relevant theory with the findings in (iv) and (v). (40 marks) (30 + 30 + 40 = 100 marks) Step 1 A dividend change is defined as the relative difference from the previous year’s level. • Interim dividend change = interim dividend per share in year t minus interim dividend per share in year t – 1 . • Final dividend change = Final dividend per share in year t minus Final dividend per share in year t – 1 . Step 2 Announcement date for the d ividend change can be identified from “ASX announcements from the DatAnalysis Premium Database”. • Announcement date for interim dividend change: use the announcement date of half yearly report • Announcement date for final dividend change: use the announcement date of preliminary final report Select “ASX announcements” select “Search option – Click here to refine your search by ASX Announcement Type and/or text search” for Announcement Type: select periodic reports for Sub – Announcement Type: select preliminary – final statement for final dividend; half yearly report interim dividend change specify the date  range.

Answer:

Que a)

Miler and Modigliani has depicted into their study that a firm must not announce the entire profit as dividend. Firms are required to retain all the profits for further investment. Information content hypothesis depict that the firm’s top level management and board of directors of the firm known various private knowledge about the company which are helpful for the investors and analyst to analyse the market condition of the company[1]. Information content of dividend is a widely accepted theory of dividend. This theory further depict that the information is confidential and that is why it is better for the firm to announce more dividend so that investors get attracted towards the company. This theory forces over the irrelevant theory of dividend.

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Development of Chinatown in the Western Parts of Australia : 654848

Question:

1

Answer:

1.0 Introduction

As per the problem statement, this literature review has discussed the relevant information about Chinatown which is a remarkable tourist spot in the western parts of Australia. The focus was given on the number of visitors in Chinatown and the reason of their visit. The late night trading is a common system in Chinatown where the retailers are open from 5pm- 8pm for the business. There are number of factors which are attracting the customers in the late- night trading of Chinatown. The different factors behind the visiting tourists are the chain of restaurants, retail shops selling attractive commodities and the street entertainment as a form of relaxation. Chinatown has a number of retail shops, restaurants serving delicious foods, pearl industry and street entertainment. The reason behind the visiting customers varies within these different set of attractions. There are a number of visiting tourists which have contributed to the financial viability of the businessmen. Whereas, the local authorities need to know the factors that pull the visitors so that they can work on its improvement.  The retail business in Chinatown is a popular concept and is on the verge of growing and developing. There are a number of participating businesses and this number will increase if the visitors turn into customers. The concept of late night trading is gaining momentum which is benefiting the businessmen as well as the local tourism.

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Modern History (Cold War In 19th Century) : 653270

Question:

What Were The Causes And Effects Of Cold War In 19th Century?

Answer:

Introduction.

The purpose of this paper is to critically analyze the major causes of cold war in 19th century along with the impacts that came along as a result of cold war. Therefore, this paper analyzes part of modern history where many countries were involved in making this history. There are a number of wars that have affected the world in a particular period of time. For instance, from year 1914 to 1918, the world experienced the First World War which involved many nations such as triple alliance (Beevok 2014). These wars move chronologically with time and the causes and effected are associated to different attributes of superiority complex. Later on, the world experiences the Second World War between the years 1939 to 1945. These wars have been caused by human activities and the effects of these wars are absorbed by the same human beings. Other wars include Gulf War. For the purpose of this paper we consider Cold War that occurred after the Second World War of 1945. Therefore, the causes and effects of Cold War will flow chronologically between the years 1945 to 1991.

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VGDL(system Verilog source descriptions ) : 647070

Question:

Discuss about the VGDL for system Verilog source descriptions.

Answer:

Task – 1

Create a system Verilog source descriptions for the ‘ManchTrans’ block

The timing diagram shows the behaviour of the signals associated with the Manchester Encoding block. Thenon-return to zero data steam is to be a pseudo-Random bit sequence. The PRBS containing the bits (2-1), where N is a parameter that sets the length of the PRBS shift register. The 100MHz main system divided into result in a data bit rate of 10MBits/second. This pulses are achieved by means of an internal signal.in that pulses are high for one clock period every 10 bits/second.

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Modelling of Motors : 649479

Question:

We will be modelling the motors (or rather, the switches for the motors) using a set of 3 LEDs – one red, one yellow and one green. So turning an LED on represents the corresponding motor being turned on-Our task is to control the 3 motors.

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Nursing (Intercessions for Memory and Life Survey) : 645202

Question:

Discuss about the Nursing for Intercessions for Memory and Life Survey.

Answer:

Summary:

This symposium concentrates on developments in intercessions for memory and life survey. To begin with, decent variety in maturing is progressively perceived in thinks about on memory and life survey. Mediations are examined that are customized to particular target gatherings, similar to people with dementia, minority seniors, or more seasoned grown-ups with misery. Second, societal change assumes a part in how mediations are conveyed. Given the contemporary concentrate on self-administration in (mental) wellbeing, peers assume an inexorably critical part in supporting each other in memory and life survey mediations. Third, mechanical headways are taken up in this symposium.  Fourth, the symposium unites numerous exploration strategies in surveying how worthy advancements are for more established grown-ups themselves and how compelling they are in adding to life expectancy improvement.

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Shear Stresses Mohr Circle : 642865

Question:

For the elements in plane stress presented in the following pages:

  1. Identify Normal and Shear Stresses (5 points)
  2. Determine stresses acting on an element oriented at an angle 𝜃 [Using Equations]

(15 points) 

  1. Show this stresses on a sketch of an element oriented at this angle (10 points)
  2. Determine the Principle stresses and Principle plane [Using Equations] (15 points)
  3. Determine average normal stress, maximum in-plane shear stress and maximum shear stress plane [Using Equations] (15 points)
  4. Draw the Mohr Circle diagram with the current state of stress in the Graph paper to scale (20 points)
  5. Identify the state of the stress for the element oriented at an angle 𝜃(5 points)
  6. Determine Principle stresses, Maximum in-plane Shear Stress, Principle plane and Maximum shear stress plane from the diagram [show working] (15 points)

Answer:

The given element is shown above:

  1. Identify Normal and Shear Stresses (5 points)

The normal stress are:

= 350 MPa
= 112 MPa

And, the shear stress is:

= -120 MPa

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Mechanics of Structure : 642870

Question:

You will undertake to answer the following:

  1. Identify a beam (e.g. from a bridge underpass or building, or supports a semi-trailer) that supports a significant load.
    1. Take a photo(s) of the beam element and ensure you ascertain reasonably accurate dimensions of the beam element
    2. Estimate the external loads and hence support conditions on the beam element (Refer to Australian Standard for load calculations)
    3. Draw an accurate Shear Force Diagram (SFD) and Bending Moment Diagram (BMD) for the whole beam.
    1. Using the constructed SFD and BMD diagrams,
      1. Calculate and draw the elastic bending stress distribution across the critical section.
      2. Calculate and draw the shear stress distribution across the critical section.
      1. For your chosen beam calculate the maximum deflection using either,
        1. The Elastic curve method or b) The Macaulay method.

        In a bound report you need to show all your calculations, including explanation of how you worked out external loads on the member. You should have headings and subheadings and include an introduction and discussion of the selected structures.

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Theology and Religious Study : 640029

Question:

It introduces us to the ‘aesthetic’ and the ‘asceti c’ of the Christian faith, according to Eugene Peterson. Read Peterson’s article, ‘St Mark: The Basic Text for Christian Spirituality’, from his book Subversive Spirituality. . What are the things that strike you about this article? How do you respond to his argument? Please have the text of the article available for discussion, and also be ready to engage with the biblical text upon which it is based. In our session we will consider chapter 9.14-29 as well. What are your reflections on these verses, and on Peterson’s article? What do they tell us about true,biblical spirituality? What is Spirituality?

Is it a Christian word?

Are the definitions of spirituality so many and so fuzzy that it has lost any usefulness it may have had as a term to describe a crucial dimens
ion of the Christian life?  Is it a helpful word for us to use at all?

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Trends in Cohabitation and Implications for Childrens Family : 653853

Question:

Put the word family into an internet browser search engine and then select “images” to look at the photos, cartoons, etc. that pop up when we look up the word family. What do you notice about those ‘families’ that the internet determines are families? Are there any disturbing trends? Any reassuring trends? Choose one photo that came up in your search and analyze it based on the elements and qualities your book uses to explain the family unit. (Be sure to include a link to the photo or upload it directly in your post.)

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Methodologies and Technical Solution for Bazaar Ceramics : 648293

Question:

  1. Executive Summary
  1. Introduction

Introduction of Bazaar Ceramics

  1. Strategic Direction and Strategic Plan

See Business Case 6 and 7

  1. Critical Issues and Strategic Objectives

See Business Case 7.2

  1. Obtain Business requirements
  • What are the business requirements and business specifications?
  • What are the technical specifications and requirements for the business problem?
  • Confirmation of key stakeholder requirements
  • Documentation of business objectives, technical requirements, and the problem

(Appendix 1)

  1. Research business requirements
  • What are the hardware and software requirements of the business solution?
  • What are the client’s business domain and model?
  • Evaluate client specifications against accepted industry practices
  • What are the technical specifications and requirements for the recommended solution? (Appendix 4)
  • What are the interface requirements and design concepts for the users?
  • What are the business solution requirements? (Appendix 2)
  • What are the security solution requirements?
  • What are the copyright and intellectual property relating to ICT systems development?

Research into prevailing corporate strategies, which can influence business solutions.

Resource:

  • What software do I need to build a website?

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Learn/Common_questions/What_software_do_I_need

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Strategic Marketing Plan : 647913

Question:

Q3 – What does the service offer allow to do as a company, review pages 7-9 as this will help you add the extra detail?

Q4a – Although you have some good information this question needs you to explain and you have listed the reasons for importance of delivering consistently high-quality service. Please can you review your answer forming full sentences? 

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