Analyzing Frequency Distributions

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Analyzing Frequency Distributions

Application: Analyzing Frequency Distributions
Your goal for this Application is to analyze the frequency distributions of data provided as an SPSS data file. A worksheet is provided for this Application, in the form of a Microsoft Word document. Download the Module 4 Application Assignment Worksheet and paste your output—the frequency distribution table—at the end of the document. Then, based on your output, answer the questions on the worksheet, typing your answers directly into the document.

To prepare for this Application, participate in the Discussion area to clarify any questions you may have about the material presented in the textbook, demonstration video, the assigned Study Questions, or the end-of-chapter exercises. Use the Module 4 Step-by-Step guide to help you complete statistical analysis in SPSS.

The Assignment:

Run data distributions on the data file provided. Complete the Module 4 Application Assignment Worksheet, pasting the frequency distributions table at the end of the document. Be sure that your completed worksheet contains your responses to all questions and your SPSS output.

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Case Study of ‘Nakagin Capsule Tower’ by Kisho Kurokawa: • Short write up of Japan

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Case Study of ‘Nakagin Capsule Tower’ by Kisho Kurokawa: • Short write up of Japan

Part One – Case Study of ‘Nakagin Capsule Tower’ by Kisho Kurokawa:
• Short write up of Japan
o Tokyo, Japan housing crisis. Like why housing in japan is built so small? And link with this case-study.
• Short write up of the project
• Explain design concept ideas process to the final stage using image of (Diagrams, Sketches, Photos or floorplan…etc) with writing captions according to MLA.
• Ergonomics of interior space of the capsule
• Conclusion + Analysis of project

Part Two – Summarize:
• Write 500-700 words. Your writing must demonstrate your understanding about the ideas behind the projects and how those ideas translate spatially into the final sketches/ plans/ designs, as well as their connections to the overall curatorial theme.
• Can support with images and caption them according to MLA. (Can use from the Part One – Case Study)

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ways to apply the Five Cs

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ways to apply the Five Cs

Throughout this course, you worked toward a course project by creating and sharing information with your colleagues and creating plans to help your organization. Your supervisor has been so impressed with your work that she has asked you to create a company-wide plan on team-building strategies. 

Your plan will include the following items:

  • an introduction that includes a description of your organization,
  • tips for goal setting and what you see as the leader’s role in helping employees reach their performance goals,
  • ways to apply the Five Cs,
  • strategies for effective communication,
  • approaches to create or improve team rewards,
  • tips for minimizing conflict, and
  • tips for overcoming resistance to change.

Your plan must be a minimum of three pages in length, not counting the title and reference pages. Feel free to be creative with your plan. You may also use ideas from previous units but do not copy and paste previous assignments to create this plan. You are required to use at least two outside sources, and one may be your course textbook. All outside sources used must be cited and referenced according to APA guidelines.

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What types of vocals (male, female, solo, group, mixed, Gospel-oriented, Country-oriented

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What types of vocals (male, female, solo, group, mixed, Gospel-oriented, Country-oriented

Use the internet to search for a reliable source that meets the description of this LJ (Listening Journal). LJ 1 is about Delta Blues that was recorded in the 1930s. You may choose whatever song interests you, but it must follow the specific style assigned per each LJ. To be sure about your selection, double and triple check (using the web or your textbook) the publication date of the recording before you complete the assignment.

To complete the assignment, begin by listing the artist or band (2 pts), the song title in quotation marks (2pts), the album (list if available; music in first half of 20th-century frequently was released without emphasis on a larger album) in italicized font (2 pts) and a viable link to the recording (2 pts); use at least five engaging, descriptive sentences to discuss your response (6 pts).

As you write, consider the following questions and make other observations about the music and your mood: What is the overall affect of the music? What types of vocals (male, female, solo, group, mixed, Gospel-oriented, Country-oriented)? What are the lyrics about and what do they convey? How do you respond to them? Do you like this type of music or not? Is there anything particularly unique or outstanding about the music to you? 250-300 words

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Review “Case 4.1: A Drill Sergeant at First,” located in Chapter 4 of the textbook, Leadership: Theory and Practice

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Review “Case 4.1: A Drill Sergeant at First,” located in Chapter 4 of the textbook, Leadership: Theory and Practice

Review “Case 4.1: A Drill Sergeant at First,” located in Chapter 4 of the textbook, Leadership: Theory and Practice. Post a 250-300 word response to the questions located at the end of case. In your response, be sure to address the strengths and weaknesses of the behavioral approach to leadership in this situation.

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view “Case 3.1: A Strained Research Team,” located in Chapter 3 of the textbook, Leadership: Theory and Practice.

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view “Case 3.1: A Strained Research Team,” located in Chapter 3 of the textbook, Leadership: Theory and Practice.

Review “Case 3.1: A Strained Research Team,” located in Chapter 3 of the textbook, Leadership: Theory and Practice. Post a 250-300 word response to the questions located at the end of the case. In your response, be sure to address the strengths and weaknesses of the three-skill approach in this situation.

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research your chosen regulation or policy’s requirements and environmental and economic impacts.

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research your chosen regulation or policy’s requirements and environmental and economic impacts.

There are several environmental laws, regulations, and policies that currently influence your life, and they include the following:

  • The Clean Air Act

Choose one of these environmental regulations, or another policy that interests you; then, research your chosen regulation or policy’s requirements and environmental and economic impacts.
 

Write a 3–5-page paper in which you do the following:

  1. Describe three key elements of the regulation or policy you chose. Specifically, discuss who is affected and what actions they are required to undertake, including federal and state agencies and specific industries, and how these requirements are enforced.
  2. Assess three effects this regulation or policy had on our environment. Next, quantify its effects, if possible, to analyze whether or not the regulation had the desired effect on the environment.
  3. Discuss three economic effects of your chosen policy or regulation. Next, describe the direct costs of implementation, as well as the effect the regulation has had on economic growth. If possible, find a benefits/cost analysis that will provide you with objective analyses of this regulation’s economic impact.
  4. Speculate whether or not you believe that this policy or regulation has been successful overall. Next, debate whether or not your chosen policy or regulation has promoted environmental benefits or outweighed its economic costs. Lastly, determine whether you would recommend renewing this policy or regulation when it comes to its expiration date, or whether you should let the policy or regulation expire. Justify your response.

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Why are criminal defendants given more rights than civil litigants?

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Why are criminal defendants given more rights than civil litigants?

1) Discuss the primary differences between civil litigation and criminal prosecution.

2) Why are criminal defendants given more rights than civil litigants? Provide some examples of the rights afforded to criminal defendants.

3) It is possible to be found not guilty in criminal court, but to be found guilty in civil court. Explain how this is possible.

     Provide an example of a scenario where this might be the case such as, murder versus wrongful death or assault versus personal injury.

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How can you be more sustainable?

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How can you be more sustainable?

How can you be more sustainable? Make a journal of your personal habits for one day. How much and what type of food do you eat? How much water do you use? Do you recycle? What type of car do you drive? How much gas do you consume in a week? Do you bike or walk often? Do you turn off lights when not in use? Do you use compact fluorescents? Do you turn off your computer and other appliances when not in use? Do you purchase green or organic products? Pick one of your “unsustainable” practices. Set a sustainability goal for one day and try to achieve it. What were the obstacles associated with accomplishing your goal. How did you feel? Do you achieve what you set out to do? Why or why not? Write a two (2) page paper detailing the sustainability of your personal practices, the goal you set and your personal reflection on your ability to accomplish the goal 

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a treatment process, a specific water treatment plant, a water treatment governmental regulation,etc.

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a treatment process, a specific water treatment plant, a water treatment governmental regulation,etc.

Locate an article on water treatment (Not Wastewater) and write a 1 page summary ( 12-point font, double spaced). the article can be from a newspaper, magazines, or professional paper (i.e. Union-Tribune, Environmental Science & Engineering Magazine, or Conference paper). 

1) Your topic could be a treatment process, a specific water treatment plant, a water treatment governmental regulation,etc.    

2) Your summary should discuss the water treatment issue & how it was or will be resolved. 

3) In your summary, please include why you chose this article & how it relates to your major in civil engineering. 

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prepare a 2- to 3-page table using Microsoft® Word or Microsoft® Excel® with the table column heading of Troubleshooting Tool and Example.

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prepare a 2- to 3-page table using Microsoft® Word or Microsoft® Excel® with the table column heading of Troubleshooting Tool and Example.

Scenario: The IT leadership team has determined that the college will add another satellite campus that will have a Learning Center with 20 computers and 10 classrooms. Each classroom will have one computer for the instructor and a wireless access point for the students. In anticipation of issues that may arise when installing new hardware and software, you have been asked to create a Troubleshooting Tool Guide that identifies tools, including some of the free tools that you discovered in your research, that can be used to troubleshoot the following:

  • Connection to the ISP
  • Routers and Switches
  • Wireless access points
  • Any new hardware
  • Any new network cabling
  • IP addressing problems
  • VLAN problems

Your task is to prepare a 2- to 3-page table using Microsoft® Word or Microsoft® Excel® with the table column heading of Troubleshooting Tool and Example. The rows are bulleted above. In the cells identify what tool could be used and give an example from the labs, videos, or readings of how to use the tool.

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Compare and contrast the characteristics/behaviors/competencies observed in two leadership models

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Compare and contrast the characteristics/behaviors/competencies observed in two leadership models

Compare and contrast the characteristics/behaviors/competencies observed in two leadership models (for example, Lewin’s leadership style). Which model would be most effective for adaptation to a climate for EBP and why?

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Calculate the time-saving measures the technology provided.

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Calculate the time-saving measures the technology provided.

Consider a client you cared at the hospital and used telemedicine. Analyze the role of the technology used in the care of this client. Calculate the time-saving measures the technology provided. How was the technology able to improve the client’s outcome? You will need to research the specific technology in order to complete your full analysis.   As you consider this client, also develop a list of defining characteristics as if you were preparing to create a plan of care. Write a two essay addressing these questions. Include your rough draft of your plan of care and describe which of the characteristics you consider data and which you consider information.    Compose your essay in APA format with a title page, an introduction, a conclusion, and a reference page. Cite at least one scholarly reference in APA format. An abstract is not necessary.

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What is the most common material used by arsonists to start fires? Why?

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What is the most common material used by arsonists to start fires? Why?

What is the most common material used by arsonists to start fires? Why? 

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Arsonists use several different ignition points which are flammable liquids like gasoline, smokeless gunpowder, rags soaked in kerosine, ropes used to light the fire or newspaper, waxed paper used for a tinder or fabric softener strips. Even furniture is great for arsonist to use.

When these matetials are spread out around the area and the fire starts it will spread, it follows the liquid trail layed out by the arsonist.

There are different motives as to why arsonist do ehat they do. They are hired for money to do a job or they did the crime themselves and they are hiding it. Covering up a murder, getting rid of evidence or a burglery.

The other is that they can’t control their urges, which is Pyromania.  It is an impulse control disorder. For the arsonist it could be to relieve tension or for instant personal gradification. It also can be tied to political gain.

References:

https://www.usfa.fema.gov › outreach

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Arsonist Materials

For this week topic we will cover the most common material used by arsonist to start fires and why. The most common is what we scene in movies and in safety videos because them telling what not to do to prevent fires is usually the common and most sought way to start fires for arsonist.

Next we will cover the materials like gas, matches, trash can fire, hay, alcohol, stove, propane and electrical. Most of these items are easy access to everyone and a course if not handled properly can easily start fires. And most mixed together make it easier to start the fire. And arsonist know from movies and shows that fire usually hide all signs of arson if the fire gets big enough for which is the reason 20% of fire are proven to be arson due to evidence.

These materials listed above are the most common materials used by arsonist due to there common mistake of fire and simple fact to cover tracks with fire. Which is worse because most of these items are accessible to mostly everyone and even located in there homes.

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What incentive conflict was being controlled by these loyalty payments?

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What incentive conflict was being controlled by these loyalty payments?

Apply Froeb’s Analytic Method:  Who made the bad decision; what information did they have, was it good, bad, unclear; and what was their incentive? 

Understanding the Robinson-Patman Act.   https://www.ftc.gov/tips-advice/competition-guidance/guide-antitrust-laws/price-discrimination-robinson-patman

Intel made large loyalty payments to HP in exchange for HP buying most of their chips from Intel instead of rival AMD. AMD sued Intel under the antitrust laws, and Intel settled the case by paying $1.25 billion to AMD.

  • What incentive conflict was being controlled by these loyalty payments?
  • What advice did Intel ignore when they adopted this practice?
  • Why did they ignore it?

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