Monthly Archives: April, 2016

Successful Research Paper; Anthropology


Check-list for a Successful Research Paper

Topic

  • Is my paper topic appropriate for the assignment?
  • If there were specific instructions for defining a topic, did I follow them?
  • Does my paper have a central research question?
  • Is my paper topic anthropological in nature?

Introduction

  • Does my introduction provide a clear description of my topic for the reader?
  • Does my introduction have a thesis that answers my central research question?
  • Is my thesis either the first or last sentence of my introduction?
  • Is my introduction short, tight and focused, without excess background (<1 pg)?

Body

  • Does each of my body paragraphs directly relate to my thesis statement?
  • Does each of my body paragraphs back up my thesis statement with specific evidence and support?
  • Does each body paragraph have a topic sentence that obviously ties it back to my thesis?
  • Does each body paragraph center around a single sub-point or theme related to my thesis?
  • Is each body paragraph 3-7 sentences long?

Conclusion

  • Does my conclusion restate my thesis as the first sentence?
  • Does my conclusion provide a brief summary of the major points of my paper in two or three sentences?
  • Do the last few sentences of my conclusion explain the significance of my topic and how it is part of broader themes in archaeology/anthropology? In other words, why is this important? Why should we care?

Citations and bibliography

  • Have I included in-text citations for every single idea that is not my own original thought?
  • Do all of my in-text citations include the author’s last name, year of publication, and page numbers?
  • Do most sentences in the body of my paper, with the exception of topic sentences, contain internal citations?
  • Are all of my references in American Antiquity format? Have I double-checked the style guide to make sure that my formatting is correct for every element of each reference?
  • Have I read my paper aloud before submitting it in order to catch grammatical errors and careless mistakes?

10 March 2016

 

The Hobbit may no longer be just an imaginary species in a fairytale world. Homo floresinies, or the Hobbit, is real and has been identified. This small bodied and skull being may be a new species within our human lineage or it could also be a deformed human with dwarfism. Found in October of 2004, this skeleton was said to be over 18,000 years old and perhaps around while modern civilization was expanding (Balter 2004:1116). The researchers and scholars provided below are all looking for evidence to finally define Homo floresinies as a separate species or a diseased being.

 

ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

Forth, Gregory

2006 “Flores After Floresiensis: Implications of Local Reaction to Recent Palaeoanthropological Discoveries on an Eastern Indonesian Island.” Bijdragen Tot De Taal-, Land- En Volkenkunde 162(2/3):336-349.

Gregory Forth explains the controversies over the findings of the Homo floresiensis. This informative articles tells all sides of what this skeleton means to the human species, if anything, from his trip to the island of Flores. He also shares insight into the current population living on the island in 2006.

 

Forth, Gregory

2005 “Hominids, Hairy Hominoids and the Science of Humanity.” Anthropology Today 21(3):13–17.

This article reveals history over the Homo floresiensis and it’s correlation to other species. It also acknowledges the impressive discovery of the skeleton and what impact it has had and what more it will have in the field of science. Forth even further enlightens us on the folktales and other lore surrounding the island from which this discovery was made.

 

Green, Michael

2009 [Reviewed Work: “The Discovery of the Hobbit: The Scientific Breakthrough That Changed the Face of Human History by Mike Morwood, Penny van Oosterzee”]. Australian Archaeology (68):66–67.

Michael Green reviews the book, The Discovery of the Hobbit: The Scientific Breakthrough That Changed the Face of Human History. He highlights the key points and evidence need to explain the factuality of Homo floresiensis. He gives praise to the books co-writer and lead researcher on the project, Mike Moorwood.

 

Gibbons, Ann

2004 “New Species of Small Human Found in Indonesia.” Science 306(5697):789–789.

This article shares the discovery of a potential new species found on the island of Flores. Gibbons explains the surprise and revelation of a potentially mind-blowing skeleton referred to as Homo floresiensis. With references from a few of the lead researchers on the team, she hints at evolutionary traits between Homo floresiensis and other hominoid species.

 

Balter, Michael

2004 “Skeptics Question Whether Flores Hominid Is a New Species.” Science 306(5699):1116-1116.

Michael Balter explains the two-sided question of whether or not Homo floresiensis skeletons were once a species or deformed Homo sapiens. While skeptics continue their dispute, Balter attempts to find supporting evidence that could end this debate.

 

Obendorf, Peter J., Charles E. Oxnard and Ben J. Kefford

2008 “Are the small human-like fossils found on Flores human endemic cretins?” Proc. R. Soc. B 275:1287-1296.

In this article, Obendorf, Peter J., Charles E. Oxnard and Ben J. Kefford give specific research and references on Flores small skulls. They argue that Homo floresiensis are actually humans born with dwarfism and smaller brains. Interesting read compared to other articles that would see these beings as a species.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Relate theories of personality to current research in the field


Subject or discipline: Psychology
Title: Writer’s choice
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# of pages: 10
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Paper details:
In order to help you relate theories of personality to current research in the field, you will complete a research reaction paper. For this reaction paper, you will select an empirical research article from the Empirical Articles found in the Student View Files folder in Files.

Your research reaction paper should include a summary and discussion of the research article including the following areas:
1.topic area
2.hypotheses
3.method
4.major results and findings

Finally, reaction papers should include a thoughtful commentary by the student. Specifically, not only should you provide a general summary, but you should include a critique of the research question and design, as well as a discussion of how the research relates to other theories of personality. In addition, you should include a commentary about the relationship of the research findings to your own life and personality development. Your comments, critique, and discussion should form the majority of the paper.

Use the following guidelines and section headers to organize your paper:
1.Summary (the entire summary section as described below should only take two to three pages):
1.Topic area: In one or two sentences, identify the general topic area of your paper.
2.Hypothesis: You may use the verbatim hypothesis directly from the study you are critiquing. The hypothesis is generally only a couple of sentences long.
3.Method: Provide a summary of the research method utilized in your study; this summary should be several sentences in length. Identify the type of research, the subject population, number of subjects, methods or tests used and other relevant information.
4.Results and Discussion: Summarize (in less than 10 sentences) the findings of the research study. You do not have to go into great detail, just report the conclusions drawn by the study.
2.Critique (should take approximately two to three pages):
1.This is your opportunity to critically evaluate the research study. You will want to discuss the appropriateness of the research methods utilized, the applicability of the subject population, the utility of the assessment measures, conclusions drawn, etc.
2.Basically, you are evaluating the quality of the research design and the conclusions. Your task it to demonstrate that you are a critical consumer of psychological information.
3.Relationship of the study to personality theory (approximately two to three pages):
1.Discuss the relationship of this study to theories identified in class. Often, the research study will not directly address its relationship to theory; it is your task to draw these types of conclusions.
2.Critically evaluate what the results of this study contribute to the field of personality theory.
4.Relationship of the study to your own life and personality development (approximately two pages):
1.Discuss the relevance of the study to your own life and personality; highlight areas that it either particularly applies or is not relevant.

Paper Criteria
•10 pages (not including a title and reference page)
•all papers must be typed and use correct grammar/spelling/punctuation
•APA format (i.e., cite your reference using APA guidelines, double-space, 12-point font, 1-inch margins) – see Landmarks Citation Machine (Links to an external site.)for assistance in converting your references into APA style
•Submit as either a Word or RTF file by 11:59 p.m., Sunday, CT of Unit 7.

Flyback transformer (Three outputs)


REPORT

Flyback transformer (Three outputs)

Introduction:

Line output convertor that can be used for power supply, the current generation. Flyback Converter also like other transformers with unique features and applications on a large scale. In general, it creates flyback transformer voltage in different bands. The main purpose of using the flyback transformer flyback transformer work with Switched currents at higher frequencies. Comparable to other convertors, you can flyback transformer capable of transmitted energy is stored for a long period of time switch.

The unique feature of flyback converter is not only the energy transfer, but also stored for a long period until they are switched. Feature that we get from the use of flyback transformer is compared to this very flyback transformer smaller and lighter for other convertors. Flyback Converter also provides the safe side, which helps to stop the operation and prevent the accident from electrical transformers. Direct current derived from the flyback transformer, as well as the current variant of the flyback transformer which is converted to direct current using high voltage is stored by the flyback transformer.

Flyback converters are manufactured by the manufacturer for the power convertor, and are manufactured in a large number. Flyback transformer bring good demand among users and sold in the market to look at a reasonable price. The main purpose of the introduction of flyback transformer to meet user requirements and it is designed and produced in such a way that users get more convictions. At present, a large number of the manufacturer began producing power convertor for the flyback transformer for current supply easily, and also the transportation and storage of these. Flyback transformer serves the purpose, it works in a wide range of voltage and current to provide supplies more often.

Generally, you do not get on the flyback transformer failure, but in some cases may be a transformer failure. Like the other convertors, such as the AC convertor, power convertor, electrical transformer, inductor, transformer isolated flyback converter is also one of the transformers which form part with other convertors. Flyback Converter provides excellent current supply to users, and they also store power transmission significantly until they are interchangeable. In general flyback provides more useful for flyback converter. Flyback converters are available to users at competitive and affordable prices, and the money spent on the flyback transformer will not become waste.

Flyback provides more uses for customer’s convertor and under high voltage, working flyback converter efficiency and effectiveness. Flyback Converter provides frequent user supplies the current and converts the current view, and also stores the current supply with it until it is switching converter. Flyback converter convertor is said to be ideal and it generates high voltage and currents alternate. Flyback converters meet the users’ requirements and meet them.

Method:

 

1)  Read and check paper how can to build up the convertor and get three outputs.

2) Try to connect the tutorial class with the lab class work.

3) Check in website and see many examples.

4) I choose to build up the circuit with three IC and when meet the teacher, yes you can but you will face many problems when fix it.

5) I change my idea and think how can get three output from one circuit.

6) I decide go through the flyback convertor because from this can redesign the circuit and get three outputs.

7) I was check through the website call liner technology and search the flyback convertor with specific standard.

8) I selected one IC (LT8301) and go through the data sheet to make sure can i redesign three outputs.

9) Selected this circuit and redesign, add more component and change ratio of the transformer.

10) Test the circuit in the different voltage input to check the output voltage.

11) When i fix the final circuit and check the simulation to get three outputs as require.

12) Check the electronic component in the website with the pries.

13) Request the electronic component form the farnall.

14) Build up the transformer and the inductors.

 

15) Test the transformer, this step it is very important to make sure it is working or not before connected with another component.

 

Description of the IC LT8301:

 

  • 7V to 42V Input Voltage Range.
  • No Transformer Third Winding.

 

Flyback circuit:

 

 

Figure1

 

Operation:

 

In ON state, the voltage across the switch drop to zero and the current will flow and linearly increase in the primary winding transformer, the energy will store in the in magnetizing inductor and the diode will off, the current flow the capacitor and resistor load.

In OFF state, the energy in the magnetizing inductor will transfer in the secondary, the voltage will reveries, the diode on and the energy will transfer to capacitance and load.

Frequency Flyback Modes of Operation DCM vs CCM:

In DCM, all the energy stored in the core is delivered to the secondary during the turn off phase (Flyback period), and the primary current falls back to zero before the Q1 switch turns on again. For CCM, the energy stored in the transformer is not completely transferred to the secondary that is, the Flyback current does not reach zero before the next switching cycle. Figure 2 shows the difference between DCM and DCM mode in terms of Flyback primary and secondary current.

DCM vs CCM

Table

Highlights the main points of advantage for either DCM or CCM mode operation. DCM operation requires a higher peak current to deliver the required output power compared to CCM operation. This translates to a higher RMS current rating on the primary MOSFET and output capacitor, and greater conduction losses in the transformer windings. When these higher peak and RMS current limits the fulfilment of design requirements, switching to CCM mode is advised.

 

 

Circuit Design:

 

 

 

Electronic component:

 

Power supply:

 

When the voltage up to run the oscillator circuit electrical works to generate a pulse this pulse emerging from the circle oscillator electrophoresis to transistor electrolysis catalyst that works to enlarge the electrical pulse and maintain them from fading or change and enlarge it sufficiently and sends it to the transistor electrical power base is run circuit (regulator voltage), and at the same time have arrived in transistor capability compound (voltage regulator) electric upcoming effort came uniformity circle electrophoresis through intensive large chemical used to soften the constant voltage this voltage across the primary coil of the transformer for up to transistor voltage regulator complex where he works transistor electric power (voltage regulator) to integrate the pulse of electrical connecting him through the transistor motif with large voltage output of standardization phase electric and turn it into a fixed oscillator stream in intensity and direction so that is not affected by any change produced or caused by a change in the source of power during operation of the

screen does not cause burning screen circles as a result of this change is to occur, then the electrical current moves the oscillator through You this voltage oscillator through file Converter this voltage oscillator turns inside cost files to result in a number of different efforts came file Converter This is a unified position on the left of each file from file Converter to unify the voltage and convert it from AC voltage variable to the continuous and constant in intensity and direction effort and here result came out , convertor – any organization voltage circuit power supply a number of different efforts which are used in feed and run circles basic consequent run the rest of the screen circles

Efforts came department.

 

 

Transformer:

 

Electric converter (Transformer) device in electrical engineering, author of the authors of separate wires wrapped around the metal bars only simple distance, called the party associated with the birth of the electric primary file while called pregnancy-related secondary coil party, and the converter is used to change the value of the voltage in the transmission system electrical energy that runs on AC power where it can not be convertor works in DC power systems. If the secondary party effort less than a primary effort was converted lowering of the effort if the secondary voltage higher than the primary effort was converted raising effort.

Flyback transformers and transformer is acting as an inductor with a couple of laps, and thus. It can also serve as a symbol inductor coupled with the known length current waveform. Wrap the present in which while being a switch, and the second includes the current filter while the diode is going on. Although the two windings interaction device and depicts the same symbol transformers, a more descriptive name of this magnetic element is the inductor .The primary difference between the converters and flyback transformers is that the currents in the flyback transformer does not flow at one time in each of the transformer windings as in usual. The purpose of these flyback transformers for energy storage in the intervening  period to switch conduction injection to production during the period of the diode conduction.

 

Operation :

 

Connects party’s primary source of AC and connects the secondary coil of consumer pregnancy Electric Power When the closure of the secondary coil circuit, the current flowing in the primary coil magnetically alternating happening in the heart Iron born every roll of both files s d as one to induce If the number in the primary coil and one of the windings in the secondary coil number and 2 windings of the Emf influential force in both files to be proportional to the number of laps in them.

When opening the secondary coil circuit, the primary coil current is almost non-existent as the self-inductance of the primary file works to generate a stream Reverse is almost equal and opposite to the original stream Vin current in the primary and Energy aseptic work of the transformer idling consumption happens.

We conclude from this that during the aseptic work of the transformer on the voltage proportional to the two files directly proportional to the number of laps two files.

When the closure of the secondary coil circuit (connected to download TV equipped, for example, the convertor), the secondary coil current generates a magnetic field in the Iron heart, heading in an iceberg View Elementary and the weakening flux in the heart minimize the driving force of the electrical influential in the primary coil therefore growing trend in which the value T 1 and in which the magnetic , compensation for the corresponding flux secondary file remains flux output than that of the heart as it was.

 

 

 

Purpose of transformer:

 

  • Raising or lowering the driving force of the electrical hesitant.
  • The transfer of electrical energy generated from places to places of consumption.

 

The efficiency of the converter:

 

It is the ratio of the electric power in the secondary coil to the electrical energy in the primary or the file is the ratio between the secondary coil’s ability and the ability of primary coil Use the converter in the transfer of electrical power.

Can not achieve efficient use of electric power, but by moving long distances with minimal loss and need for this energy transfer under very high effort where there crane convertors at the places of power generation and movement of energy through the wire and towers wind to places of consumption where there are convertors to reduce the driving force Transport efficiency is the ratio of the electric power of up to places of consumption and the resulting electrical energy.

 

Electrical resistance:

 

Resistance used to control currant in the electric circuit when connected in parell with the source. The resistance relation with the current, if the resistance increase the current will decries also if the resistance decrease the currant will increase.

 

The capacitor:

 

Condenser consists of two sheets of insulating material and determines the type of intensive as insulating material.

Know intense ability to store electric charge capacitive or electrical capacitance measurement unit farad.

 

Files:

 

Induction files files are one of the elements frequently used in electronic circuits, they also have numerous applications in a strong electrical field.

Figure shows the shapes and symbols for various types of fixed-induction files; In the figure we see the heart of the antenna file is several rolls of thick wire wrapped without the structure of the holder of the wire, and such files have a very small urged, used in high-frequency circuits.

 

Grounding:

 

The grounding circuit different devices to reduce the high voltage output of the effect of touch circles with the highest effort. Grounding is also used to maintain a constant voltage during normal operation.

 

Schottky diode:

 

Achieves swapped quickly and according to her house, where the interface is replaced to Schottky diode. Since the cargo stored in it too, only a small element of this will make the resistance very quickly with compeer link with the P-N. The interface to the power of the biggest power schottky stream of high leakage limiting the face value of the effort (Voltage blocking).

 

 

Simulation:

 

Figure2

 

Refer the figure simulation as you see there are three output and the voltage 30V, the first one is 5v, seconded one is 12v and the third one 30v.

 

Operation:

 

ON transistor in a position generates a current in the same direction in the secondary coil and is in contrast to bidirectional Calendar D1 and all the energy is stored in the heart convertor (magnetization) notes that the amount of this magnetization depends on the current flow in the primary coil and a proportional time.

 

 

 

When separate transistors OFF starts the heart unloading magnetic its charge, causing the stream passage in both primary and secondary files .The primary stream is not consumed because of his presence in the reverse connected but is added Hbut is a positive potential on the condenser C1 is a negative for him and the ship condenser C2 and this shipment equal to rebound effort plus effort on the condenser C1.

 

The power generated in the secondary coil is Amper through bilateral D1 and then stored condenser C3 which is commensurate with the value of the frequency and inversely proportional to the amount of energy is learned by extrusive designs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ACCT 2211 Forensic Business Investigation


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ACCT 2211 Forensic Business Investigation 

Semester 1, 2016

Objective:

The purpose of this assignment is to assist students understand the challenges facing accountants when working in a forensic capacity with limited financial and nonfinancial information.

Brief Background

The WorldCom scandal which involved a $US3.85 billion accounting fraud during the FY2000 and FY2001, wiped out the value of shareholder investments and created significant public outcry. By late 2003, WorldCom had engaged 1,500 people to work on correcting (i.e. restating) its financial statements at a total cost of $US365 million (McCafferty, 2004).

The accounting fraud essentially involved the capitalisation of expenses, creation of fictitious assets, the use of balance sheet reserves to write off costs including uncollectible debtors, litigation costs, company acquisition related costs and overvaluing goodwill. This accounting fraud was concealed and was not discovered by the market until 25 June 2002 when WorldCom announced that it was restating its financial statements by $US3.85 billion.

 

Instructions

  1. The folder contains several articles. The first article is titled ‘Behind Closed Doors At WorldCom: 2001’. The second article is titled ‘Accounting Spot-Check Unearthed A Scandal In WorldCom’s Books’ and includes the fraudulent WorldCom financial statements for FY2000 and FY2001. The third article is the amended Complaint filed by the U.S.

Securities and Exchange Commission (‘SEC’) against WorldCom in 2002. These articles provide you with specific insights into the WorldCom fraud. WorldCom financial statements for FY1999 (including FY1998 comparative year) are also included in this folder.

  1. You must read these articles and conduct your own research to answer the assignment questions below. Failure to conduct your own research limits the quality of responses to assignment questions.
  2. There is no need for an executive summary or conclusion as you are not writing a ‘report’. Simply answer the assignment questions.
  3. The maximum length of the assignment is 4,000 words, excluding appendices, and attachments.
  4. Format is Arial 11 point, 1.5 spacing, paginated, use a separate page to answer each question. Answers to questions must be clearly identified.
  5. Please refer to the Assignment Rubric on Blackboard.

 

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Assignment Questions

  1. Using theories of fraud, analyse how Scott Sullivan’s behaviour contributed to the collapse of WorldCom (10 marks).
  2. The following events feature in the WorldCom fraud:

Event 1

WorldCom employees Dan Renfroe and Angela Walter made journal entries in the amount of $150 million and $771 million, respectively, without detailed support.

Event 2

A journal entry was made to recognize $35 million of revenue in 2001 from the EDS contract based on performance projections. Required:

Assuming WorldCom was a company operating in Australia at the time of the fraud, select ONE of the above Events only and discuss if the selected event represents ‘false accounting’ pursuant to Section 83 of the Crimes Act. Your discussion must consider relevant accounting principles and specifically consider the elements that make up the fraud offence of false accounting, as discussed in lectures (15 marks).

  1. Assume that you are part of the SEC team investigating the financial statement fraud committed by WorldCom, prepare a brief forensic accounting plan to support the investigation of Event 1 or Event 2 above (5 marks).
  2. Analyse the FY2000 and FY2001 WorldCom financial statements using the following analytical methods, and discuss any material red flags which may be revealed by each analytical method. Please show all calculations (25 marks): (a) Horizontal Analysis (b) Vertical Analysis.

(c) Ratio Analysis (select any five key ratios only)  (d) Beneish ratios.

(e) M-scores using both the five variable and eight variable models.

 

  1. Up to a maximum of 5 marks will be awarded for quality. That means the assignment is formatted appropriately, no spelling errors and no grammatical errors. Please note that RMIT University Academic Integrity policy applies to all written work, including this assignment. The policy can be viewed here http://www1.rmit.edu.au/students/academic-integrity.

 

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Statistical Marketing Research


Marketing Research 

Spring 2016

Final Exam (Take Home Part)

Total Points: 50

The data set of “printing service” is collected for research on the printing market of KSU students.  A new printing shop is proposed for the KSU market and the survey will help the company making the decision on whether or not to enter the market and what service may be offered.

Please open the file in SPSS (open DATA, choose “EXCEL” file, and “sheet 1”) and conduct the following analysis. Assume 5% significance level for all the test.

1. Please conduct frequency analysis of the following variables: “visit”, “use most”, “service use”, “how often”, “pay”, and “gender”.  What do the results tell you about the market?  Please be specific on your findings.  (5 points)

  1. Please conduct descriptive analysis of the following variables of their experience rating: “copying”, “black and white”, “color”, “blue prints”, “project org.”, and “binding”. (min., max., mean, std. deviation) What can you say about their current experience based on the average rating?  (5 points)
  2. Since the new shop is not located too close to the campus but will provide very competitive pricing. Please find out if the importance of “price” is more than that of “location” at 5% significance level. (8 points)
  3. The new shop will provide email delivery and would like to know if the “email” variable is higher than the neutral point of 3. What would you tell them?  (8 points)
  4. Is there gender difference on whether they will consider use another printing service? (8 points)
  5. Are the gender variable related to “use most” variable? (5 points)
  6. Is the variable “consider another” related to any of the six experience rating variables? Is it related to any of the importance rating variable? (5 points)
  7. Please run a regression with “consider another” as dependent variable, and all the satisfaction ratings as well as all the importance rating as independent variables. What is the adjusted r square of your model? Is there any variable that is significant in predicting the dependent variable?   If so, what is the regression coefficient (6 points)

 

ID Use Use Most service use How often copying Black and white color blue prints project org. Binding Pay Price services offered staff attitude Location email name consider another gender
1 1 1 2 2 5 5 5 3 5 3 1 5 5 4 5 5 3 5 1
2 1 1 2 5 4 5 5 3 3 3 1 5 5 4 5 5 2 5 1
3 1 2 2 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 1 5 4 4 5 4 2 4 1
4 1 2 2 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 1 5 4 3 5 4 1 4 1
5 1 2 2 5 3 4 3 3 3 3 1 5 3 3 5 4 1 4 1
6 1 2 2 6 3 4 3 3 3 3 1 5 3 3 5 3 1 4 1
7 1 2 3 6 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 4 3 3 5 1 1 2 2
8 0 2 5 6 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 1 4 1 1 2 2
9 1 1 2 6 2 3 1 3 3 3 3 5 5 3 4 5 3 4 2
10 0 1 6 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 4 4 5 5 2 2 4 1
11 1 3 3 1 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 5 4 4 3 4 1 3 1
12 1 2 1 1 4 5 3 3 4 3 1 5 5 4 4 3 1 3 2
13 1 2 2 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 2 2
14 0 2 3 1 3 4 4 3 3 3 2 4 4 2 4 2 1 3 2
15 0 1 2 2 3 5 4 3 3 3 4 4 4 3 4 4 1 2 2
16 0 2 3 1 3 4 4 3 3 3 2 4 4 2 4 2 1 3 2
17 1 2 3 1 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 4 4 1 3 2 1 2 2
18 1 2 1 1 4 5 3 3 4 3 1 5 5 4 4 3 1 3 2
19 1 1 3 1 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 5 4 4 3 4 1 3 1
20 0 1 6 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 4 4 5 5 2 2 4 1
21 1 1 2 6 2 3 1 3 3 3 3 5 5 3 4 5 3 4 2
22 0 5 2 4 5 5 5 5 4 4 1 5 5 5 4 1 5 3 2
23 0 2 2 4 4 5 5 3 3 2 1 5 5 4 5 5 3 2 1
24 1 1 2 2 4 5 4 3 3 3 3 4 5 4 5 3 4 3 1
25 1 2 1 2 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 4 3 3 4 2 2 5 2
26 0 5 2 2 3 4 3 2 4 3 1 5 2 2 4 4 1 5 1
27 1 4 3 2 5 5 5 3 3 3 3 4 5 4 2 4 2 4 1
28 1 2 2 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 1 5 4 3 4 2 2 4 2
29 1 1 1 2 5 5 5 3 3 3 3 4 5 4 4 4 5 4 1
30 1 2 3 3 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 4 4 4 4 3 3 5 1
31 1 2 2 2 4 4 4 3 3 3 1 5 4 3 4 4 3 4 2
32 0 2 2 1 4 5 5 2 2 2 1 5 5 3 4 5 1 5 1
33 0 5 3 1 4 4 5 2 2 2 1 5 5 2 4 4 1 5 1
34 1 3 4 3 3 3 3 5 5 4 4 5 5 3 4 5 1 5 1

Cloud Computing and cloud computing applications


Academic level: Master’s
Subject or discipline: Engineering
Title: Writer’s choice
Number of sources: 0
Provide digital sources used: No
Paper format: MLA
# of pages: 4
Spacing: Double spaced
# of words: 1100
In the paper, answer the following questions:
1.
a. what is Cloud Computing and cloud computing applications?
b. Type of cloud computing services? 3 examples in each type.
2.
What are the cloud computing services?
a. History of each services
b. where are they now?
c. where are they going?
3.
List of all the companies in each type of cloud computing services
a. who are they?
b. what do they charge?
c. Any company as example in each service
d. Any advantages and disadvantages of each type
4.
Select a service in the Stony Brook University to use the cloud computing service and state the cost of hardware and software.

Thermoelectric cooler mini-fridge


Subject or discipline: Engineering
Title: Thermoelectric cooler mini-fridge
Number of sources: 5
Provide digital sources used: No
Paper format: APA
# of pages: 11
Spacing: Double spaced
# of words: 3025
# of slides: ppt icon 0
# of charts: 0
Paper details:
THIS IS A FINAL YEAR PROJECT REPORT ABOUT THERMOELECTRIC COOLER MINI-FRIDGE.

WE WANT TO DESIGN A MINI FRIDGE USING A FAN, BATTERY, AND PELTIER. THIS IS TO HELP IN UNDERSTANDING WHAT WE WILL DESIGN.

I UPLOADED THE LITERATURE REVIEW OF THE PROJECT AND THE GUIDELINES ON WRITING THE REPORT

READ THE LITERATURE REVIEW TO UNDERSTAND WHAT WE WILL DO.

I ALSO UPLOADED THE CAD DRAWINGS FOR THE PROJECT, I NEED YOU TO COMMENT, DESCRIBE, AND CRITICIZE EACH PART IN A ENGINEERING METHOD/WAY —- PREFERABLY USING ENGINEERING DESIGN METHODS (PHYSICAL AND FUNCTIONAL DECOMPOSITION..ETC) METHODS.

REFERENCES SHOULD ALL BE INTERNET BASED REFERENCES AND SHOULD ALL BE ADDED TO THE REPORT.

INCLUDE A GANT CHART AS MENTIONED IN THE REQUIREMENTS. AND ALL THE CAD DRAWINGS WERE DONE USING SOLIDWORKS PROGRAM.

NOTE : THE PARTS IN THE SOLIDWORKS FILE ARE:

1- COVER
2- FAN
3- HOUSING
4- PELTIER
5- BABY WATER BOTTLE
6- SAFETY GLASS
7- BATTERY
8- WIRING
9- SHELF

ITS BETTER TO OPEN THE FILE USING SOLIDWORKS TO GAIN A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THE PARTS AND TO BETTER FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTONS. ALL THE CAD DRAWINGS ARE UPLOADED AS ”CAD”. ITS BETTER TO HAVE SOLIDWORKS 2014 VERSION TO VIEW AND WORK WITH THESE FILES

Comments from Support Team: first lets talk about the literature review which i uploaded. i uploaded it for the writer to read it and better understand at what we are aiming to achieve. its exactly 12 pages not including the cover page. and most importantly, it is required in the report which the writer is going to produce, hence, the requirements are 20-25 pages; we chose more than 25, but let’s make it 25 for the argument’s sake; the instructor told us to copy and paste the literature review as it is to that leaves about 13 pages.
second thing is the CAD drawings. the files were uploaded in SOLIDWORKS PROGRAM FORMAT. nevertheless, i will reupload them as screenshots for the writer to look at and evaluate. I have 9 CAD parts with each of them requiring a description and comment using engineering design concepts preferably functional and physical decomposition methods. that makes one page per part which makes them 9 pages. we had 13 pages before minus 9 pages equals 4 pages. the references page will contain the 6 references from our literature review plus the 5 references i requested so that equals 11 references total.
we have 4 pages left from the requirements, not including the cover page, TOC, and TOF. we requested 11 pages so thats 7 pages more than whats required and the writer should fill the requirements of the report in 7 pages which makes it 32 – 33 pages report, the writer should follow the instructions in the word file uploaded and fill the sections with whats required and necessary.

i uploaded 8 pictures, 7 parts separate and 1 picture that include the whole assembly ( it shows the battery in the back ) . so write 8 pages. not 9 as i wrote before

The Physics of Flying Airplanes


Application Paper: Outline

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The Physics of Flying Airplanes

  1. Introduction Paragraph:

The trials and tribulations of flight have had their ups and downs over the course of history.  From the many who failed to the few that conquered; the thought of flight has always astonished us all.  The Wright brothers were the first to sustain flight and therefore are credited with the invention of the airplane.  John Allen who wrote Aerodynamics: The Science of Air in Motion says, “The Wright Brothers were the supreme example of their time of men gifted with practical skill, theoretical knowledge and insight” (Allen, 1982).  As we all know, the airplane has had thousands of designs since then, but for the most part the physics of flight has remained the same.  Flight uses four forces: lift, weight, thrust, and drag.  In a nutshell, an airplane must create enough lift to support its own weight.  Secondly, the airplane must produce thrust to propel itself.  Finally, the aircraft must overcome the drag or the force of resistance on the airplane that is moving through the air.  All four of these forces are vital and necessary for an aircraft to move, takeoff, fly, and land.

  1. Lift
  2. Airplane Surface
  3. Upward Force
  4. Airfoil

III. Weight

  1. Weights effect on force
  2. Weights effect on lift
  3. Weight limits

 

  1. Thrust and Drag
  2. Importance of Thrust
  3. Physics of Airplane Speed
  4. Importance of Drag
  5. Concluding Paragraph:

Airplanes are really complex and could be studied and talked about for a lifetime.  All of these forces work together to make flying possible.  A change in any one of these forces leads to a change in the others because they all balance together.  A pilot can use many different controls and means of propulsion to change and manipulate the balance of these forces.  By doing this, the pilot is able to change their speed and change their direction.  The physics of flight are truly unbelievable occurrences that create amazing effects.  Without the concept of flight we would live in a totally different world.

Reference:

Allen, John.  (1982). Aerodynamics: The Science of Air in Motion.  London: Granada Publishing Limited.

 

Interview experience/transcript


Subject or discipline: Education
Title: Interview experience/transcript
Number of sources: 0
Provide digital sources used: No
Paper format: APA
# of pages: 5
Spacing: Single spaced
# of words: 2750
1. Introduction 1/2 page -discuss interview preparation, choice of participant
2. Perform a 20 minutes semi-structured interview with a teacher and ask these 5 questions and audio record the interview:
a)what real-time assessment tools/practices do you incirporste in your classroom?
b)which type summative or formative assessment is the best in judging students mastery of topic?
c) In what way do you believe privacy laws and practices hinder development of real-time assessment tools in software such as Pepper, Google+, forum ?
d)how does open real-time affect online group discussion and knowledge building?
e) How does real-time assessment affect knowledge Building in flipped classroom?
3. Transcribe this interview data, leaving 2 inch on the rightside and in this side do the initial coding
4. Conclusion 1/2 page comment your feelings on this field excercise

Use one of the format discuss in these article to do the initial coding
Coffey &Atkinson “concepts and coding”, pg 26-53
Saldana “writing analytic memo”, pg 32-44
Denzin “the art of politics of interpretation”, pg 447-472

 

 

CE 3361 ANNUALWORTH ECONOMIC ANALYSIS ON THE IMPREGILLO OPTION


CE 3361                                                                      NAME:____________________

PROJECT III                                                              DATE:_____________________

SHOW ALL WORK AND CALCULATIONS

DUE: 19 APRIL 2016

 

GROUP B: IMPREGILLO COMPANY

 

IN ORDER TO COMPARE THE BIDS BY CATERPILLER AND IMPREGILLO, KIEWIT HAS ASKED ITS STAFF TO CARRYOUT AN ECONOMIC STUDY BASED IN PRESENT WORTH, ANNUAL WORTH AND PAYBACK PERIOD ANALYSES.  IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO PERFORM THE ECONOMIC ANALYSIS ONLY ON YOUR ASSIGNED ALTERNATIVE: IN THIS CASE IMPREGILLO.  USE THE TABLES PROVIDED IN THIS ASSIGNMENT. NO OTHER SUBMISSIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED.  THE FOLLOWING COST/REVENUE SCHEDULE HAS BEEN DEVELOPED FOR THE IMPREGILLO OPTION BY OUR ACCOUNTANT:

 

IMPERGILLO

 

INITIAL                                                   $600,000

COST

 

DELIVERY                                                 $15,000

COST

 

OPERATION/                                          $3000/YR

MAINTANENCE

 

UPGRADE/                                              $1000 EVERY 2TH

PARTS                                                        YEAR

 

INSURANCE                                                 $600/YR

 

FIRST YEAR INCOME                          $120000/YR

INCOME INCREASE                            $20,000/YR

 

SALVAGE                                                  $120000

 

LIFE                                                              4 YR

 

INTEREST

 

COST                                      2%/QUARTER CP MONTHLY

REVENUE                                                3%/YR

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CE 3361                                                                   NAME:____________________

PROJECT III                                                           DATE:_____________________

SHOW ALL WORK AND CALCULATIONS

 

  1. PERFORM A PRESENT WORTH ECONOMIC ANALYSIS ON IMPREGILLO OPTION: FILL IN TABLES NEATLY

 

IMPREGILLO OPTION

 

PRESENT WORTH: PW                                                                  i  =  8.300%/YR

COST                                                                                                n = 0 TO 12 YEARS

 

 ELEMENT TIME            P/F            P/A AMOUNT     SOURCE
   -$600,000      1.0000  -$600.000        Eq.
   -$  15,000    0
   -$600,000
   -$ 15,000      0.72692  -$  10,904        Eq.
   -$600,000
   -$ 15,000
   -$   1,000
   -$   1,000              – -$      727
   -$   1,000   6
   -$   1,000      0.52841
   -$   1,000
   -$   1,000             –
   -$   3,000           –
   -$      600  12           –
      TOTAL

 

 

    TIME    (1 + i)n   1/(1 + i)n (1 + i)n – 1   i  ∙   (1 + i)n       P/F     P/A
        2
        4
        6
        8
       10
       12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CE 3361                                                                      NAME:____________________

PROJECT III                                                              DATE:_____________________

SHOW ALL WORK AND CALCULATIONS

 

IMPREGILLO OPTION

 

PRESENT WORTH: PW                                                                i  =  3%/YR

n = 4 TO 12 YEARS

REVENUE

 

  ELEMENT TIME       P/A       P/G      P/F    AMOUNT   SOURCE
   $120,000    12         – $1,194,480   TABLE 8
   $  20,000   51.2482
   $120,000            –   0.8885
   $120,000      8
   $120,000
  TOTAL

 

 

 

DETERMINE NET PRESENT WORTH:

 

REVENUE:______________

COST:      _______________

NET PW:_________________

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CE 3361                                                                      NAME:____________________

PROJECT III                                                              DATE:_____________________

SHOW ALL WORK AND CALCULATIONS

 

  1. PERFORM AN ANNUALWORTH ECONOMIC ANALYSIS ON THE IMPREGILLO OPTION: FILL IN TABLES NEATLY

 

IMPREGILLO OPTION

 

ANNUAL WORTH: AW                                                                  i  =  8.300%/YR

COST                                                                                                n =  12 YEARS

 

 ELEMENT     N         PW           A/P  AMOUNT     SOURCE
   -$600,000   12    -$600,000   -$80,854        Eq.
   -$  15,000
   -$600,000      0.134764
   -$ 15,000   12   -$   10,904        Eq.
   -$600,000
   -$ 15,000
   -$   1,000
   -$   1,000 -$        98
   -$   1,000     0.134764
   -$   1,000
   -$   1,000
   -$   1,000
   -$   3,000 -$     3000
   -$      600  12
      TOTAL

 

 

 

    TIME    (1 + i)n (1 + i)n – 1   i  ∙   (1 + i)n     A/P
       12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CE 3361                                                                      NAME:____________________

PROJECT III                                                              DATE:_____________________

SHOW ALL WORK AND CALCULATIONS

 

IMPREGILLO OPTION

 

ANNUAL WORTH: AW                                                                i  =  3%/YR

n = 12 YEARS

REVENUE

 

  ELEMENT     n       PW      A/P    AMOUNT   SOURCE
   $120,000    12   $120,000
   $  20,000   TABLE 8
   $120,000   0.10046
   $120,000    12
   $120,000
  TOTAL

 

 

 

DETERMINE NET ANNUAL WORTH:

 

REVENUE:___________

COST:_______________

NET:_________________

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CE 3361                                                                      NAME:____________________

PROJECT III                                                              DATE:_____________________

SHOW ALL WORK AND CALCULATIONS

 

  1. GIVEN THE FOLLOWING ANNUAL WORTH FOR ONE LIFE CYCLE. DETERMINE THE PAYBACK PERIOD OF THE IMPREGILLO OPTION FOR A 0% RATE OF RETURN:

 

IMPREGILLO OPTION

 

 

ANNUAL WORTH: AW                                                                  i  =  8.300%/YR

COST                                                                                                n =  4 YEARS

 

 ELEMENT    n AMOUNT     SOURCE
   -$600,000    4   -$182,364        Eq.
   -$  15,000    4   -$   4,559        Eq.
   -$   1,000    4   -$     259        Eq.
   -$   1,000    4   -$     221        Eq.
   -$   3,000    4   -$   3,000        Eq.
   -$      600    4   -$     600        Eq.

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                              

REVENUE                                                                                      i =  3%/YR

n =   4 YEARS

 

 

 

 

  ELEMENT     n    AMOUNT     SOURCE
   $120,000     4     $120,000    TABLE 8
   $  20,000     4     $  29,261    TABLE 8
   $120,000     4     $  28,684    TABLE 8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CE 3361                                                                      NAME:____________________

PROJECT III

SHOW ALL WORK AND CALCULATIONS

 

 

PAYBACK PERIOD CALCULATION: nP

SHOW CALCULATIONS

 

COST                                                                     REVENUE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AW NCF

AWREVENUE                = ___________

AWCOST                        = ___________

AW NET CASH FLOW = ___________

 

 

 

nP = ________________

 

 

DOES THE IMPREGILLO OPTION PAYBACK PERIOD EXCEED WITHIN

THE USEFUL LIFE OF DRILL: CHOOSE ALL CORRECT ANSWERS

 

 

YES                                                      NO

 

 

ONLY AFTER                                     NOT IMPORTANT

SALVAGE

 

 

NAME _____________________________________

 

 

SIGNATURE:_______________________________

 

 

BY SIGNING THIS PAGE, I CERTIFY THAT I HAVE NOT GIVEN

OR RECEIVED HELP FROM ANY OTHER STUDENT

 

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