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Writing

HH chapter 2: ” Changing Your Mind” What do you think of Haidt’s thesis that the

HH chapter 2: ” Changing Your Mind”
What do you think of Haidt’s thesis that there are three ways (meditation, cognitive therapy, SSRIs) to “change your mind”? Which of these ways might best work for you? Why?
Choose two resources and write 500 (minimum) words.
Each forum post will be graded with this rubric:
1.You will identify, cite, and use your two chosen sources in your forum post.
2. Each forum post will be counted in terms of words (500 minimum– show word count) and timing (submitted on or before the due date).
3. Each will be assessed as to the detail, strength, and persuasiveness of your argument.
https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/how_…

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Wellness

Emergency action plans (EAPs) provide guidelines on how to respond to life-threa

Emergency action plans (EAPs) provide guidelines on how to respond to life-threatening situations that arise during practice or competition. EAPs are venue and organization-specific documents that serve to provide athlete care and risk mitigation. In this assignment, you will be critiquing an emergency action plan. You will use the knowledge acquired within this module to evaluate the EAP.
Your EAP critique should include three sections: introduction, body, and summary.The introduction will provide an overview of the Emergency Action Plan’s purpose and main objective.
The body section of your critique will discuss the EAP’s strengths and weaknesses.
The summary section discusses the overall quality of the EAP and suggests any changes that would enhance the plan.
Complete a critique of the attached Samply EAP
2 Page Minimum
Double Spaced
Times New Roman, 12 pt. Font
Sections: Title Page, Main Body (Introduction, Body, Summary), Reference
In-Text Citations – Provide if necessary
APA Style

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Applied Physics

I will add five more questions ones the professor does a post on canvas. SELLECT

I will add five more questions ones the professor does a post on canvas.
SELLECT THE APPROPIATE ANSWER AND SEND AS PDF DOCUMENTATION
PHYS-91; Multiple Choice: For the hydrogen atom, which series describes electron transitions to the N=1 orbit, the lowest energy electron orbit? Is it the:
w) Lyman series x) Balmer series y) Paschen series z) Pfund series
PHYS-91; Multiple Choice: Electric current may be expressed in which one of the following
units?
w) coulombs/volt
x) joules/coulomb
y) coulombs/second
z) ohms/second
HYS-91; Short Answer: In the SI system of measure, what is the unit of capacitance?
PHYS-91; Multiple Choice: A Newton is equal to which of the following?
w) kilogram-meter per second
x) meter per second squared
y) kilogram-meter per second squared
z) kilogram per meter-second
PHYS-91; Multiple Choice: For an object moving in uniform circular motion, the direction of the
instantaneous acceleration vector is:
w) tangent to the path of motion
x) equal to zero
y) directed radially outward
z) directed radially inward
PHYS-91; Short Answer: A boy is standing on an elevator which is traveling downward with a
constant velocity of 30 meters per second. The boy throws a ball vertically upward with a
velocity of 10 meters per second relative to the elevator. What is the velocity of the ball,
MAGNITUDE AND DIRECTION, relative to the elevator shaft the instant the boy releases the
ball?
PHYS-91; Multiple Choice: The work done by a friction force is:
w) always positive
x) always negative
y) always zero
PHYS-91; Multiple Choice: As defined in physics, work is:
w) a scalar quantity
x) always a positive quantity
y) a vector quantity
z) always zero

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Psychology

https://libertyuniv.sharepoint.com/sites/Group-COUC667-B16Spring2023/Shared%20Do

https://libertyuniv.sharepoint.com/sites/Group-COUC667-B16Spring2023/Shared%20Documents/Group%203-%20Chandler,%20Jennifer,%20and%20Daniel/Recordings/Clinical%20Role-Play%20assignment-20230125_194730-Meeting%20Recording.mp4?web=1. https://libertyuniv.sharepoint.com/sites/Group-COUC667-B16Spring2023/Shared%20Documents/Group%203-%20Chandler,%20Jennifer,%20and%20Daniel/Recordings/Clinical%20Role-Play%20assignment-20230125_210614-Meeting%20Recording.mp4?web=1 Reply to two classmates that were not a part of your clinical team. Please refer to the 2 links above, each one requires a response with the following requirements.
a. First, watch their “counseling” video.
b. Take notes as you are watching their video with timestamps. For example, “Nice
work of reflecting emotion at 1.40 minutes” or “You could have offered a
paraphrase here to evidence you are tracking the client at 3.00”
c. When watching their video see the table below on skills and level of expertise that
can be noted in your reply. Most skills will be at “minimal” or “proficient.” At
this stage of development “Advanced” should be used rarely. You do not need to
post the table below. It is only a reference.
d. Then offer a reply that is at least 150 words focused on your classmate’s clinical
skills. Offer at least 2 strengths and 2 growth areas with timestamps. Offer two
paragraphs in your reply. The first paragraph offers strengths. The second
paragraph offers growth areas.
e. Offer at least 1 citation with your reply. Use your textbooks or other peer-
reviewed sources not websites.
f. See the rubric for more specifics on how to reply to a classmate
Not Present, Minimal, Proficient, Advanced
Eye contact, verbal tone, and
attending skills
Facial expression and gestures
Empathy
Being non-
judgemental/unconditional
positive regard
Active listening
Open-ended questions
Reflection (feelings, meaning,
content)
Paraphrasing
Summarizing
Attentive silence
Challenging/Confrontation
Immediacy
Self-Disclosure

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Other

Please provide an answer that is 100% original and do not copy the answer to thi

Please provide an answer that is 100% original and do not copy the answer to this question from any other website since I am already well aware of this.
The following discussion board prompt is based on chapter 8 of the provided book titled “Indian Country” which is from pages 133-161 of the provided book.
For this week’s discussion board, imagine that you are describing this conflict to another student who is not a member of this class and using Dunbar-Ortiz’s text explain to them the answers to the following questions: What was the root cause of this conflict? Who were the players? How many factions were there? and finally how did the various sides view what was happening? (300 words – Worth 25 points)
Requirements: 300 Words Times New Roman Size 12 Font Double-Spaced MLA Format Excluding the Works Cited Page | .doc file
Please provide an answer that is 100% original and do not copy the answer to this question from any other website since I am already well aware of this.
Please be sure to carefully follow the instructions
No plagiarism & No Course Hero & No Chegg. The assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool
Please be sure to include at least one in-text citation in each paragraph with page numbers from chapter 8 of the book provided that relate to the information that you are discussing
Please be only read, use, and cite the book that has been attached. Here is the MLA Citation for it:
Dunbar-Ortiz, Roxanne. An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States. Vol. 3. Beacon Press, 2014.

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Management

Powerpoint 5-6 slides and speaker notes (75 word minimum per slide)For this assi

Powerpoint 5-6 slides and speaker notes (75 word minimum per slide)For this assignment, you will need to become familiar with specialized business intelligence (BI) software, and then download the software. Complete the following steps to begin:
Step 1: Watch an instructional video on the BI software.
Step 2: Review various BI Software options, including Tableau and Excel. Search the CTU Library and the Internet to learn about optional software.
Step 3: If you choose Tableau, download the Tableau BI software. After you select the link, look for the orange icon in the middle portion of your screen to begin the download or use any BI software to create a graph illustrating comparison between the United States and zip code data.
Consider the following scenario, continued from the Unit 1 Individual Project:
Big D Incorporated needs to prepare an assessment regarding the feasibility of making a recommendation for expansion into another market. As the business analyst, your assignment is to prepare a short presentation for the Board of Directors that apply concepts learned in Unit 1 and concepts from Unit 2 to make the necessary recommendations and justifications for those recommendations. You will need to compare and contrast the varying markets to make the best recommendation possible. Complete the following:
Download the reports for the United States from this Web site. The Web site provides free demographical services where one can choose from a variety of criteria and generate reports based on the U.S. Census data. This particular file contains 4 reports:General Summary
Census Trend 1980 to 2000 Summary
Occupation and Employment Summary
Income Summary (based on the entire United States)
Download the reports for zip code 60614 from this Web site. This particular file contains 4 reports:General Summary
Census Trend 1980 to 2000 Summary
Occupation and Employment Summary
Income Summary based on the U.S. zip code 60614
Using all 4 demographic reports (General Summary, Census Trend 1980 to 2000 Summary, Occupation and Employment Summary, and Income Summary) for the United States and zip code 60614, prepare a 1-page summary slide explaining how your territory differs from the national profile. Feel free to note anything that you found surprising in the data.
Use the BI software you choose to depict information from these reports.
Prepare a presentation of 4–5 slides of your major findings. You may group a category of data from the Total United States and zip code 60614, and create a graph to show how they differ. The presentation should have at least 2 graphs and a headline that summarizes a key takeaway from the graph.
Your presentation should include 5–6 slides in PowerPoint, plus title and reference slides with speaker notes (75-word minimum per slide).
For assistance with the usage of Tableau for analysis and reporting, review and use the instructions below. Those should be helpful if you are having problems with the software usage or data. However, you do not need to use Tableau. For BI software usage such as Excel, resort to using the Help functions and other resources on the Internet and in videos to learn how to use Excel to create graphical presentations including table usage.
The instructions to create a bar graph in Tableau (optional) or in another BI software are as follows.
Open the assignment CTU instructions.
Download the BI software.
Create your Tableau Public Account.
Click the download link for the 60614 file (file will open in Excel).
Click the download link for the U.S. file (file will open in Excel).
The following are some options:Create separate demographical worksheets (e.g., Educational Attainment or Household Income). Include zip code and U.S. data.See a sample of the file available with column headings and extraneous blanks.
Household IncomeChicagoU.S.
198019901980 to 199020001990 to 20001980
Median Household Income18,43841,2271.23669,3110.68116,902
Average household Income24,24567,6071.788114,6150.69520,382
Per Capita Income13,56438,5181.8463,7910.6567,321
See a sample of the file available with column headings and extraneous blanks.
2000 Educational AttainmentU.S.Chicago
College: Associates Degree6.3%1.9%
College: Bachelor’s Degree15.5%44.2%
College: Graduate Degree8.9%34.0%
College: Some College, no Degree21.1%8.7%
School: 9th to 11th grade, no diploma12.1%3.2%
School: Grade K-96.1%2.0%
School: High School Graduate28.6%5.6%
Create a file with data organized without extraneous rows and columns but including headings.
The idea is to clean up the file before usage. Separating files and worksheets may be the best way to make this happen
Note that in the real situation, when using BI software, you will want to ensure that your data are clean and that you have similar data in your files.
Save the file(s) on your computer.
Open Tableau. Then do a File > Open > Open on your saved file.
At the bottom of the screen on the left, click on the little box next to Sheet 1 (looks like a bar graph with a plus in the top left corner).
Under “Measures” (on the left), you should see “Chicago” and “U.S.” Click on “U.S.,” and pull it into rows at the top of the screen. Then, click on Chicago and pull it over into rows.
Under “Dimensions” on the left, you should see “Household Income.” Click on “Household Income,” and pull it into column.
In the second column from the left, you should see “Measures.”
In the top right corner, you should see a “show me” box illustrating ways you can view the data based on the values you have chosen. To do side-by-side comparisons, put your cursor over the rightmost picture on the third line with the side-by-side blue and orange bars. Click on it. Your graph should appear on the page. You can play around with how you want to portray your data.
To save in Tableau Public, click File > Save to Tableau Public as… > give the file a descriptive name. You will be asked to log into Tableau Public using your e-mail and password.
When your graph is saved in public, at the bottom right, there is a download button. Decide how you will save the file. (You can create an image and name the .png file. It will be saved in Tableau Public.)
After the file is saved, open the .png file, and edit or copy the graph.
Open your PowerPoint file, and then paste (special) it on the slide. You can adjust the size.
Repeat the same in Tableau opening of any other prepped and cleaned file.
Note: Measure values are your number fields; measure names are the descriptors.
For more information on creating PowerPoint presentations, please visit the Microsoft Office Learning Center.
Please submit your assignment.
For assistance with your assignment, please use your text, Web resources, and all course materials. Find resources on how to write academically and use APA citations, including an example of Masters-level writing, in the Writing Style Guide for Master’s Students.
Additional Resources to Use
Igines. (2012, December 9). How to make a line graph in Excel (Scientific data) [Video]. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xn7Sd5Uu42A
Microsoft. (2021). Create a chart from start to finish. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Create-a-chart-from-start-to-finish-0baf399e-dd61-4e18-8a73-b3fd5d5680c2
References
American Marketing Association. (n.d.). Summary reports. Retrieved from http:/www.marketingpower.com/content753.php
Pak, A. [Anthony Pak]. (2013, August 12). Tableau public – Overview and applications [Video]. YouTube. http://youtu.be/PnkMiHocqRw
Tableau. (2018). Tableau public. http://www.tableausoftware.com/public/

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Writing

Topic: Define the role of supply chain management in terms of reverse logistics.

Topic: Define the role of supply chain management in terms of reverse logistics. Chose a real company and write about how the company handles and addresses goods returned from customers.
Incorporate at least two references from articles listed within the online APUS library for creating content. The articles must also be cited within the body of the paper and listed on the reference page.
Submission Instructions:
Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
•APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to APA (7th edition) style and formatting;
.
Length of paper: typed, double-spaced pages with no less than 3 pages of content. The title and reference pages do not count for length.
APA GUIDELINES
University of California Berkeley Library APA Style Citation
Purdue University APA Formatting and Style Guide

RESEARCH and WRITING
APUS Online Library Tutorial Center

PLAGIARISM
Be sure to paraphrase and cite information from sources relied on for content. Citations are used to indicated validity of claims as well as to give credit to the source of ideas.

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Management

Understand the factors an entrepreneur should consider before launching into e-c

Understand the factors an entrepreneur should consider before launching into e-commerce.
Explain the 10 myths of e-commerce and how to avoid falling victim to them.
Explain the basic strategies entrepreneurs should follow to achieve success in their e-commerce efforts.
Identify the techniques of designing a killer website.
Explain how companies track the results from their websites.
Describe how e-businesses ensure the privacy and security of the information they collect and store from the web.
9.2 Action Required:
Watch the short video at the following link
9.3 Test your Knowledge (Question):
What are the major barriers before launching into e-commerce.
9.4 Instructions
Answer the question available in the “Test your Knowledge” section.
Post your answer in the discussion board using the discussion link below

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Other

Your Tasks Task 1- Decisions, Decisions Decide Your TopicYou will need to pick a

Your Tasks
Task 1- Decisions, Decisions
Decide Your TopicYou will need to pick a topic related to anything that we have gone over in the course.
Here are some ideas to help guide your decision:
Explore trending events/topics in the newsWhat are news reporters currently focusing on? Oftentimes politicians are also focusing on these issues.
Examples of news sources: CalMatters, NPR, CNN, Fox, BBC, MSNBC, and etc.
Research proposed/recently passed billsWhat are some issues that legislatures have recently voted on or will be voting on soon?
Examples of where to find this information: CalMatters, CA LegiScan
Decide Who You Will Write ToNext, you will need to decide who to write your letter to. It is recommended that you:
Write to the legislator that represents your district and/or
Write to a legislator who works on the topic you’re writing about.
CalMatters has a new tool that allows you to find your legislator, as well as identify legislators who work on key topics. You can access this information on their page, Glass House: California Legislator Tracker.
Please see the Directory of Public Officials for their contact information.
Task 2- Rough Draft
Next you will create a rough draft of your letter. Your letter can express one of the following:
You are angry about something, and want others to know it
You think that an issue is so important that you have to speak out
Part of your group’s strategy is to persuade others to take a specific action
Or you want to:
Suggest an idea to others
Influence public opinion
Educate the general public on a specific matter
Influence policy-makers or elected officials directly or indirectly
Publicize the work of your group and attract volunteers or program participants
Please refer to the guidelines found in “How to Write Letters to Elected Officials”, which can be found on the next page. General guidelines can also be found in the powerpoint presentation preceding this assignment. Feedback will be based on the following:
How closely they followed the format provided in the “How to Write Letters to Elected Officials”guidelines.
Strengths of their letter
Areas that need to be improved in their letter
Spelling/grammatical errors

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Other

PHILOSOPHY – Aristotle – YouTube 1-Answer questions 1 and 3 in this video. 2-Sha

PHILOSOPHY – Aristotle – YouTube
1-Answer questions 1 and 3 in this video.
2-Share three virtues you see in yourself and locate an example in your life to clarify these virtues.
We have learned how Aristotle’s Virtue Ethics defines the supreme good: an activity of the rational soul in accordance with virtue. Virtue —–for the Greeks is equivalent to excellence.
A virtuous person: someone who performs the distinctive activity of being human well.
·Having character
·Knowing yourself (Socrates’ reminder “Know Thyself, nothing in excess” @ Temple of Apollo’s door (my profile picture ;))
·Moderation
·Self-control
·Not about what should I do, but WHO should I be?
·Thinking of your life as a whole is the point of ethical reflection
·Reason and emotion closely allied
Aristotle defines moral virtue as:
A disposition to behave in the right manner and as a MEAN between extremes of deficiency and excess, which are vices. Please see the chart below:
Virtue is a matter of having the appropriate attitude toward pain and pleasure.
Happiness is the highest good and the end at which all our activities ultimately aim. All our activities aim at some end, though most of these ends are means toward other ends.
For example:
We go grocery shopping to buy food, but buying food is itself a means toward the end of eating well and economically. Eating well and carefully is also not an end in itself but a means to other ends. Only happiness is an end in itself, so it is the ultimate end at which all our activities aim. As such, it is the supreme good.