Advance family practicum i and ii and ethical ( due 24 hours)

 

1) Minimum 6 full pages  (Follow the 3 x 3 rule: minimum three paragraphs per part)

Parts 1 and 2 are the same question, however, you must answer both questions with references and different writing always addressing them objectively, that is as if you were two different people. Similar responses in wording or references will not be accepted.

Parts 3 and 4 are the same question, however, you must answer both questions with references and different writing always addressing them objectively, that is as if you were two different people. Similar responses in wording or references will not be accepted.

             Part 1: Minimum 1 page

             Part 2: minimum 1 page

             Part 3: Minimum 1 page

             Part 4: minimum 1 page

             Part 5: minimum 1 page

             Part 6: minimum 1 page

Submit 1 document per part

2)¨******APA norms

          All paragraphs must be narrative and cited in the text- each paragraph

          Bulleted responses are not accepted

          Don’t write in the first person 

          Don’t copy and paste the questions.

          Answer the question objectively, do not make introductions to your answers, answer it when you start the paragraph

Submit 1 document per part

3)****************************** It will be verified by Turnitin (Identify the percentage of exact match of writing with any other resource on the internet and academic sources, including universities and data banks) 

********************************It will be verified by SafeAssign (Identify the percentage of similarity of writing with any other resource on the internet and academic sources, including universities and data banks)

4) Minimum 3 references per part not older than 5 years

5) Identify your answer with the numbers, according to the question. Start your answer on the same line, not the next

Example:

Q 1. Nursing is XXXXX

Q 2. Health is XXXX

6) You must name the files according to the part you are answering: 

Example:

Part 1.doc 

Part 2.do

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Part 1: Advance Family Practicum

Parts 1 and 2 are the same question, however, you must answer both questions with references and different writing always addressing them objectively, that is as if you were two different people. Similar responses in wording or references will not be accepted.

Topic: Health care reform and role of NP

According to these resources and others, answer:

1. How Healthcare reform is impacting primary care from your role as NP?

https://www.ajmc.com/contributor/sophia- bernazzani/2016/03/how-healthcare-reform-is-impactingprimarycare  

2. What the health is going from 2018 to now?

Healthcare reform 101: What health is going on in 2018?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwTWhwWLzHQ  

3. How the transformation of health care and the change of roles in health care affect NPs and patients?

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5266427/pdf/ornur3612.pdf  

Part 2: Advance Family Practicum

Parts 1 and 2 are the same question, however, you must answer both questions with references and different writing always addressing them objectively, that is as if you were two different people. Similar responses in wording or references will not be accepted.

Topic: Health care reform and role of NP

According to these resources and others, answer:

1. How Healthcare reform is impacting primary care from your role as NP?

https://www.ajmc.com/contributor/sophia- bernazzani/2016/03/how-healthcare-reform-is-impactingprimarycare  

2. What the health is going from 2018 to now?

Healthcare reform 101: What health is going on in 2018?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwTWhwWLzHQ  

3. How the transformation of health care and the change of roles in health care affect NPs and patients?

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5266427/pdf/ornur3612.pdf  

Parts 3 and 4 are the same question, however, you must answer both questions with references and different writing always addressing them objectively, that is as if you were two different people. Similar responses in wording or references will not be accepted.

Part 3:  Practicum in health care

 

Parts 3 and 4 are the same question, however, you must answer both questions with references and different writing always addressing them objectively, that is as if you were two different people. Similar responses in wording or references will not be accepted.

Visit the following website and answer the following question.

https://nurse.org/resources/family-nurse-practitioner/ 

After reviewing the different setting 

1. In which Family Nurse Practitioners work. 

2. What setting will be your focus career choice and why?

Part 4:  Practicum in health care

 

Visit the following website and answer the following question.

https://nurse.org/resources/family-nurse-practitioner/ 

After reviewing the different setting 

1. In which Family Nurse Practitioners work. 

2. What setting will be your focus career choice and why?

 

 Part 5:  Ethical

Developing Effective Leaders to Meet 21st-Century Health Care Challenges

1. Is there a model of leadership that better supports leadership at the point of service? Why? Why not?

2. How could formal leadership training for nurse managers and leaders impact hospitals in terms of saving money related to recruitment, nursing satisfaction, nurse wellness, and retention?

3.How do traditional attributes associated with the nursing profession promote effective leadership in the 21 st century?

 

Part 6: APRN

1. Describe your vision of your role as an APRN (Write in the first person)

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         reply to this discussion 

 An important part of the policy making process, as discussed last week, is review of the policy being presented.  Policy review consists of those supporting the policy bringing it to the attention of policy makers and explaining the need for this policy.  Registered nurses (RN) and advanced practice registered nurses (APRN) have a unique role in policy review due to their expertise in the field and education.  One way that RNs and APRNs can get involved in policy review is by joining a professional nurse association.  The American Nurse Association (ANA) is known for their policy advocacy in the healthcare workplace and integrity of the nursing role (Catallo et al., 2014).  A nurse may join this organization with the intent of being involved in the policy making process and policy review.  It may be difficult for a nurse to get involved with a professional organization on top of an already full work schedule and possible work burnout (University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences, 2020).

            Another way that RNs and APRNs can be involved in policy review is to be involved in different policy review committees at their workplace.  A quality assurance committee is utilized in hospitals to ensure that the policies put into place give the best patient care.  With high turnover rates and short staffing, it can be limited with committees because there may not always be the same staff members to keep up with their committee commitments (Department of Health and Human Services, 2003).

Forty-nine items are randomly selected from a population of 500 items

Compute basic descriptive statistics.

1. Forty-nine items are randomly selected from a population of 500 items.  The sample mean is 40 and the sample standard deviation 9.  Develop a 99% confidence interval for the population mean.

 

2. As a condition of employment, Fashion Industries applicants must pass a drug test. Of the last 220 applicants, 14 failed the test.  Develop a 99% confidence interval for the proportion of applicants who fail the test.  Would it be reasonable to conclude that 10% of the applicants fail the test?  Explain.

 

3. Given the following hypotheses:

 

A random sample of 12 observations is selected from a normal population.  The sample mean was 407 and the sample standard deviation 6.  Use the .01 significance level:

a. State the decision rule.

b. Compute the value of the test statistic.

c. What is your decision regarding the null hypothesis?

4. The management of White Industries is considering a new method of assembling its golf cart.  The present method requires 42.3 minutes, on the average, to assemble a cart.  The mean assembly time for a random sample of 24 carts, using the new method, was 40.6 minutes, and the standard deviation of the sample was 2.7 minutes.  Using the .10 level of significance, can we conclude that the assembly time using the new method is faster?

 

Astronomy stage 2 | Science homework help

HR Diagram Activity  (30 points)

Brief Overview of Activity: Use an HR diagram to learn about the differences between the stars in our stellar neighborhood and the brightest stars in the sky.

Required Items: this HR diagram, red & black ink pens.
 


Procedure:

On the HR diagram, plot each star from the “Brightest Stars Group” in black ink and then plot each star from the “Nearest Stars Group” in red ink. 
Data for both groups of stars can be found below. 

Describe any differences between the two groups of stars – such as their location on the diagram, color, mass, and the types of stars in each group. 

Which of the two groups of stars is most representative of the vast majority stars in the universe?


Data

Brightest Stars Group

Name Spectral Type Absolute Mag
Sirius A1 1.45
Canopus F0 -5.63
Rigel Kentaurus G2 4.39
Arcturus K2 -0.32
Vega A0 0.61
Capella G8 -0.52
Rigel B8 -7.01
Procyon F5 2.66
Betelgeuse M2 -5.48
Achernar B3 -2.71
Hadar B1 -4.78
Altair A7 2.22
Aldebaran K5 -0.63
Acrux B0.5 -4.18
Spica B1 -3.44
Antares M1 -5.12
Fomalhaut A3 1.75
Pollux K0 1.07
Deneb A2 -6.90
Mimosa B0.5 -3.90

Nearest Stars Group

Name Spectral Type Absolute Mag
Sun G2 4.83
Proxima Centauri M5.5 15.48
Alpha Centauri A G2 4.38
Alpha Centauri B K0 5.71
Barnard’s Star M3.5 13.25
Wolf 359 M5.5 16.64
Lalande 21185 M2 10.44
Sirius A A1 1.44
Sirius B A2 11.34
Epsilon Eridani K2 6.20
Lacaille 9352 M1 9.76
Ross 128 M4 13.53
61 Cygni A K5 7.48
61 Cygni B K7 8.31
Procyon A F5 2.65
Procyon B A0 12.98
Struve 2398 M3 11.17
Groombridge 34 M1.5 10.31
Epsilon Indi K4 6.98
Tau Ceti G8.5 5.68

Radioactive Dating Activity (due at Stage 2) (30 points)

Brief Overview of Activity: Radioactive decay is one of the sources of the heat that drive the Earth’s geologic activity. Radioactive decay also allows us to date rocks and determine the age of the Earth and other solar system bodies.

Required Items: 36 coins, a calculator, pencil & paper.
 


Procedure:

In this activity you will simulate the radioactive decay of 36 atoms of a rare isotope of uranium, U-235. Uranium-235 has a half-life of 700 million years. Gather 36 coins and arrange them in a 6 x 6 grid with all of the coins facing heads up.

Flip each coin into the air and then place it back in its original location on the grid. This represents the passage of 1 half-life (700 million years for this example). The coins that came up heads represent atoms that have not yet decayed; the coins that came up tails represent atoms that have decayed. Record the number of heads below.

Next flip each one of the remaining heads-up coins once and place it back in its original location. 1.4 billion years have now passed by (2 x 700 million). Record the number of remaining heads below. Repeat this process until all coins are tails up.

_______ Original number of U-235 atoms

_______ Remaining number of U-235 atoms after 1st flip

_______ Remaining number of U-235 atoms after 2nd flip

Add additional lines as needed.

Questions:
How many half-lives did it take for all of the atoms to decay? 
How many years does that equate to? 
Do you think everyone in class will get the same answer? Why?

Diameter of the Sun Activity (25 points)

Brief Overview of Activity: A pinhole can form an image in much the same way as a lens. Measuring the size of the Sun’s projected image and the distance between the pinhole and the image, you will be able to calculate the diameter of the Sun.   

Required Items: a friend to help you, a broom handle (or mop handle or long straight piece of wood of similar dimensions), a ruler (marked in centimeters), two envelopes (or two 5 x 7 index cards), a pencil, masking tape, one stickpin.

Number of Observations needed: 1

Timing of Observations: near noon on a bright sunny day


Procedure:

Preparation: Use the stickpin to poke a small hole near the center of one of the envelopes. Mark a location near the top of the broom handle with masking tape (this is where your friend will hold the envelope with the pin-hole). Mark another location near the end of the broom handle with masking tape (this is where you will observe and mark the image). Carefully measure the distance between your two marked locations on your broom handle. Make your measurement to the nearest 0.1 centimeter and record here: ___________ cm.

Observation: Caution: never stare directly at the Sun. Gather your friend, marked broom handle, two envelopes, pencil, and then head outside. With your friend holding the envelope with the pinhole at the upper marked position and you holding the other envelope at the lower marked location, align the broom handle such that a small faint image of the Sun’s disk is seen on the lower envelope. You may find it convenient to actually sit on the ground for this procedure. With a pencil, carefully mark the location of opposite sides of the Sun’s disk. Here is a link showing a diagram of the setup.

Calculation: From your marked envelope, carefully measure the size of the projected image of the Sun’s disk to the nearest 0.1 centimeter and record here: __________ cm.

Next, use the relationship below to calculate the Sun’s diameter in kilometers. Note that the distance to the Sun is 1.5 x 10 8 km.
 

    Sun's diameter in kilometers              image diameter in centimeters
------------------------------------- = ------------------------------------------
 Distance to the Sun in kilometers       distance between image and pinhole in cm

Record your calculated value for the diameter of the Sun ______________________ km

Setup Diagram

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Moon Position Activity (25 points)

Brief Overview of Activity: Over a period of at least three consecutive evenings, you will make careful observation of the Moon’s changes in appearance and position.

Required Items: a notebook to take notes or make a sketch (bring your red flashlight), you may take digital photos if you wish.   

Number of Observations needed: 3

Timing of Observations: 3 consecutive nights, around (and after) sunset, a few days after the Moon is new. Your instructor will inform you what the appropriate viewing days are in the term.


Procedure:

Choose a location with a good view of the western horizon from which you can clearly observe the Sun at sunset. Since we will be timing our observations a few days after the Moon is new, the Moon should be visible in the sky at (and for a while after) sunset. It is important that you make all of your observations from the same location and at the same time. You may want to mark the location with a piece of tape to insure you are observing from the same location each time.

First measurement: This measurement is important. It will be used as a reference point for all future measurements. Arrive a little early and try to find a suitable reference object in the distance near the horizon. Look for a distinctive tree, building, rock formation, or other object. Pick something you will remember and be able to easily spot each time you come to observe. Mark the location and description of your reference object in your notebook.

For Each Observation: Make a note in your notebook about appearance of the Moon and its location in the sky. You may make a sketch if you wish. Note any changes from the previous day’s observation. Be sure to note the location, date, and time of your observations.

Location of Observations: _______________________________________________

Observation (1) Date ____________________Time __________ pm

  • Horizontal angular measurement ___________ degrees
  • Vertical angular measurement      ___________ degrees
  • Appearance _____________________________________________

Observation (2) Date ____________________Time __________ pm

  • Horizontal angular measurement ___________ degrees
  • Vertical angular measurement      ___________ degrees
  • Appearance _____________________________________________

Observation (3) Date ____________________Time __________ pm

  • Horizontal angular measurement ___________ degrees
  • Vertical angular measurement      ___________ degrees
  • Appearance _____________________________________________

Angular Measurement: As shown below, you can use your fingers (or hand) to estimate angles. Using your measured angles, it is possible to determine the angular change in the Moon’s position from day to day. You will need to make two angular measurements for each observation – one horizontal angular measurement and one vertical angular measurement. Your horizontal measurements are made from the reference object/point to the Moon. Your vertical measurements are made from the horizon to the Moon.

 

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Fully extend your arm and use the finger/hand guidelines to make your angular measurements.

 

Questions:
Describe any changes in the Moon’s appearance from observation to observation. 
Describe any change in Moon’s position in the sky from observation to observation. 
Using the methods laid out above, what is your estimate of the daily amount of angular change in the Moon’s position?



Star Count Activity (25 points)

Brief Overview of Activity: Determine the number of stars visible to the naked eye by collecting sample star counts over a small area of the sky.  

Required Items: a ruler (marked in centimeters), one small cardboard tube (the center tube from a roll of toilet paper is ideal. Note: the length of the tube must be greater than its width.), red-light flashlight (or tape a piece of red cellophane or plastic over a white-light flashlight). Using a regular white-light flashlight will interfere with your night vision.

Number of Observations needed: 3, each at a different location as detailed below.

Timing of Observations: clear, dark moonless night


Procedure:

Preparation: Carefully measure the length of your cardboard tube. Make your measurement to the nearest 0.1 centimeter 
and record here: L = _______ cm.

Next, carefully measure the diameter of your cardboard tube. Make your measurement to the nearest 0.1 centimeter 
and record here: D = _______ cm.

Observation: On a clear, dark, moonless night, allow a few minutes for your eyes to adapt to the dark, then hold the tube up to your eye then count and record the number of stars that you can see through the tube. Hold the tube steady, with your eye at the center of the tube’s opening, during each star count. Do this ten times, choosing random areas of the sky to measure. Be sure to sample all directions equally. 

Calculation: You can estimate the total number of naked-eye stars visible in the night sky by using: the length (L) of the cardboard tube, the diameter (D) of the cardboard tube, and the number of stars in your sample (NSAMPLE). Use your measurements and the formula below to estimate the number of naked-eye stars visible in the night sky. For anyone interested, a derivation of this formula can be found at the bottom of the page.

Your answer is an estimate of the total number of stars in the night sky that are visible to the naked eye at this particular location.

Follow this procedure three times: once in a city, once in a rural location away from city lights and once in another location. In the end, you should have three different estimations of stars for three different locations.  Make sure you record the locations, dates, and times of your three sets of observations on the next page. 

Star Count Observations and Data

Location of Observation (1): ____________________________________________

 

Date ____________________Time __________ pm

Total Number of Sample Stars Observed ___________

Calculated Number of Visible Stars ___________

Location of Observation (2): ____________________________________________

 

Date ____________________Time __________ pm

Total Number of Sample Stars Observed ___________

Calculated Number of Visible Stars ___________

 

Location of Observation (3): ____________________________________________

Date ____________________Time __________ pm

Total Number of Sample Stars Observed ___________

 

Calculated Number of Visible Stars _________________


Question: Discuss possible reasons why your observed number of stars might be different at each of your observation locations. 


If you want to know where the formula comes from…. continue reading below…

Constellation Activity (25 points)

Brief Overview of Activity: Locate five constellations.  

Required Items: Night Sky Planisphere, red-light flashlight (or tape a piece of red cellophane or plastic over a white-light flashlight). Using a regular white-light flashlight will interfere with your night vision.

Number of Observations needed: 1

Timing of Observations: a clear, dark night when the moon is not prominent (ideally)

Use your Night Sky Planisphere to identify any five constellations in the night sky. If you are in the Northern Hemisphere, also find the Big Dipper and the North Star (Polaris). Submit the names of the five constellations you found, describe how you found Polaris, and comment about how easy (or hard) it was to use the star chart to locate constellations. Do the constellations in the sky look like the ones on the star chart? If not, how do they differ?

The inventory control system for hoosier burger

a. Based on the information provided in the case scenario, what entities will Hoosier Burger need to store information about?
      b. For the entities identified in part a, identify a set of attributes for each entity.
      c. Specify an identifier for each entity. What rules did you apply when selecting the identifier?
      d. Modify Figure 7-11 to reflect the addition of these new entities. Be sure to specify the cardinalities for each relationship.

 

 

 

Although Hoosier Burger is well recognized for its fast foods, especially the Hoosier Burger Special, plate lunches are also offered. These include such main menu items as barbecue ribs, grilled steak, meat loaf, and grilled chicken breast. The customer can choose from a variety of side items, including roasted garlic mashed potatoes, twice-baked potatoes, coleslaw, corn, baked beans, and Caesar salad.

Many downtown businesses often call and place orders for Hoosier Mighty Meals. These are combination meals consisting of a selection of main menu items and three side orders. The customer can request Hoosier Mighty Meals to feed 5, 10, 15, or 20 individuals. As a convenience to its business customers, Bob and Thelma allow business customers to charge their order. Once each month, a bill is generated and sent to those business customers who have charged their orders. Bob and Thelma have found that many of their business customers are repeat customers and often place orders for the same Hoosier Mighty Meals. Bob asks you if it is possible to track a customer’s order history, and you indicate that it is indeed possible.

Mat540 week 8 homework chapter 4 14.

MAT540 Week 8 Homework Chapter 4 14.

 

Grafton Metalworks Company produces metal alloys from six different ores it mines. The company has an order from a customer to produce an alloy that contains four metals according to the following specifications: at least 21% of metal A, no more than 12% of metal B, no more than 7% of metal C and between 30% and 65% of metal D. The proportion of the four metals in each of the six ores and the level of impurities in each ore are provided in the following table: Ore Metal (%) Impurities (%) Cost/Ton A B C D 1 19 15 12 14 40 27 2 43 10 25 7 15 25 3 17 0 0 53 30 32 4 20 12 0 18 50 22 5 0 24 10 31 35 20 6 12 18 16 25 29 24 When the metals are processed and refined, the impurities are removed. The company wants to know the amount of each ore to use per ton of the alloy that will minimize the cost per ton of the alloy. a. Formulate a linear programming model for this problem. b. Solve the model by using the computer. 19. As a result of a recently passed bill, a congressman’s district has been allocated $4 million for programs and projects. It is up to the congressman to decide how to distribute the money. The congressman has decided to allocate the money to four ongoing programs because of their importance to his district – a job training program, a parks project, a sanitation project, and a mobile library. However, the congressman wants to distribute the money in a manner that will please the most voters, or, in other words, gain him the most votes in the upcoming election. His staff’s estimates of the number of votes gained per dollar spent for the various programs are as follows. Program Votes/ Dollar Job training 0.02 Parks 0.09 Sanitation 0.06 Mobile library 0.04 In order also to satisfy several local influential citizens who financed his election, he is obligated to observe the following guidelines: • None of the programs can receive more than 40% of the total allocation. • The amount allocated to parks cannot exceed the total allocated to both the sanitation project and the mobile library • The amount allocated to job training must at least equal the amount spent on the sanitation project. Any money not spent in the district will be returned to the government; therefore, the congressman wants to spend it all. The congressman wants to know the amount to allocate to each program to maximize his votes. a. Formulate a linear programming model for this problem. b. Solve the model by using the computer. 20. Anna Broderick is the dietician for the State University football team, and she is attempting to determine a nutritious lunch menu for the team. She has set the following nutritional guidelines for each lunch serving: • Between 1,500 and 2,000 calories • At least 5 mg of iron • At least 20 but no more than 60 g of fat • At least 30 g of protein • At least 40 g of carbohydrates • No more than 30 mg of cholesterol She selects the menu from seven basic food items, as follows, with the nutritional contributions per pound and the cost as given: Calories (per lb.) Iron (mg/lb.) Protein (g/lb.) Carbo-hydrates (g/lb.) Fat (g/lb.) Chol-esterol (mg/lb.) Cost $/lb. Chicken 520 4.4 17 0 30 180 0.80 Fish 500 3.3 85 0 5 90 3.70 Ground beef 860 0.3 82 0 75 350 2.30 Dried beans 600 3.4 10 30 3 0 0.90 Lettuce 50 0.5 6 0 0 0 0.75 Potatoes 460 2.2 10 70 0 0 0.40 Milk (2%) 240 0.2 16 22 10 20 0.83 The dietician wants to select a menu to meet thenutritional guidelines while minimizing the total cost per serving. a. Formulate a linear programming model for this problem. b. Solve the model by using the computer c. If a serving of each of the food items (other than milk) was limited to no more than a half pound, what effect would this have on the solution? 22. The Cabin Creek Coal (CCC) Company operates three mines in Kentucky and West Virginia, and it supplies coal to four utility power plants along the East Coast. The cost of shipping coal from each mine to each plant, the capacity at each of the three mines and the demand at each plant are shown in the following table: Plant Mine 1 2 3 4 Mine Capacity (tons) 1 $ 7 $ 9 $10 $12 220 2 9 7 8 12 170 3 11 14 5 7 280 Demand (tons) 110 160 90 180 The cost of mining and processing coal is $62 per ton at mine 1, $67 per ton at mine 2, and $75 per ton at mine 3. The percentage of ash and sulfur content per ton of coal at each mine is as follows: Mine % Ash % Sulfur 1 9 6 2 5 4 3 4 3 Each plant has different cleaning equipment. Plant 1 requires that the coal it receives have no more than 6% ash and 5% sulfur; plant 2 coal can have no more than 5% ash and sulfur combined; plant 3 can have no more than 5% ash and 7% sulfur; and plant 4 can have no more than 6% ash and sulfur combined. CCC wabts to determine the amount of coal to produce at each mine and ship to its customers that will minimize its total cost. a. Formulate a linear programming model for this problem. b. Solve this model by using the computer. 36. Joe Henderson runs a small metal parts shop. The shop contains three machines – a drill press, a lathe, and a grinder. Joe has three operators, each certified to work on all three machines. However, each operator performs better on some machines than on others. The shop has contracted to do a big job that requires all three machines. The times required by the various operators to perform the required operations on each machine are summarized as follows: Operator Drill Press (min) Lathe (min) Grinder (min) 1 23 18 35 2 41 30 28 3 25 36 18 Joe Henderson wants to assign one operator to each machine so that the topal operating time for all three operators is minimized. a. Formulate a linear programming model for this problem. b. Solve the model by using the computer c. Joe’s brother, Fred, has asked him to hire his wife, Kelly, who is a machine operator. Kelly can perform each of the three required machine operations in 20 minutes. Should Joe hire his sister-in-law? 43. The Cash and Carry Building Supply Company has received the following order for boards in three lengths: Length Order (quantity) 7 ft. 700 9 ft. 1,200 10 ft. 300 The company has 25-foot standard-length boards in stock. Therefore, the standard-length boards must be cut into the lengths necessary to meet order requirements. Naturally, the company wishes to minimize the number of standard-length boards used. a. Formulate a linear programming model for this problem. b. Solve the model by using the computer c. When a board is cut in a specific pattern, the amount of board left over is referred to as “trim-loss.” Reformulate the linear programming model for this problem, assuming that the objective is to minimize trim loss rather than to minimize the total number of boards used, and solve the model. How does this affect the solution?

Essay writing | English Literature | Louisiana Tech University

Essay Questions Instructions: your answers need to be in essay format. Each answer should include a short introduction, followed by 2-3 supporting body paragraphs, and a short conclusion.  Use details from the stories to support your answers.
You will have to read a 7-page-long story before you start writing this essay.

Question: 
Some aspects of your future will involve tough choices, disappointment, joy, frailty, strength, confusion, clarity, generosity, and anger in yourself and in those who will surround you. Choose one story that could help prepare you for these different aspects of life and discuss.

you can find the story in the attachment below.

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The art of stories: | American history homework help

DBQ 5.2 Forum: The Art of Stories:

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DBQ 5.2:  The Art of Stories:

Consider how self-understanding assists (or doesn’t assist) in self-transformation. For instance, how does authoring and/or voicing your own stories about who you are impact your presence and your experience in your community?

Also, consider the role of community not only in such self-understanding but in community-understanding? For instance, for people going into “helping professions” such as teaching, social work, or counseling, listening openly and compassionately to other people’s stories is important work. Paying thoughtful attention not only to how people narrate their lives but also to what individual experiences they have had will enable you to challenge your assumptions about people different from yourself. When considering that even professions not deemed “helping professions” involve working with others, is such ability also helpful to people working in most other professions?

Choose two or more of the pieces from this week’s reading in the text and discuss how you might use the insights the authors convey to you. What can you learn from listening to how someone tells her or his story? How might this help you in your later work helping others? Can this help even in professions not generally thought of as so-called “helping professions,” such as financial planning, accounting, advertising, media? What assumptions did you discover you needed to challenge when you read each author? How was each author challenging?

Finally, how might this benefit both individuals and communities?

The stories being referred to are from page 428 to page 467 from Deirdre Mullane’s anthology book entitled “Crossing The Danger Water: Three Hundred Years of African American Writing

Q4w1 | Nursing homework help

Find a concept within Watson’s Theory of Caring and a similar concept within any other nursing theory.  Compare the two concepts for similarities and differences. Illustrate how a person reading about a theory can be influenced in their understanding of a theory if they have a different definition of a concept than the author.

Expectations

Due: Thursday, 11:59 pm PT

  • Length: A minimum of 250 words, not including references
  • Citations: At least one high-level scholarly reference in APA from within the last 5 years
  • Due 5/19/21