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Unit 5 Assignment: Persuasive Speech Topic Estimated time to complete: Choose a topic for your persuasive speech.

Unit 5 Assignment: Persuasive Speech TopicEstimated time to complete: This assignment is valued at 85 points.Choose a topic for your persuasive speech. Craft a Word document which addresses the following:What is your topic?Who is your target audience?Shard one examples of logos, pathos, and ethos you will include in the speech.What other persuasive techniques and/or appeals will you use?How will you avoid defective persuasion?Identify a minimum of three research materials you will use as supportive evidence. Include an APA citation as well as a 3-5 sentence summary of each material.Share ideas for presentation aids to be used in the speech.Submit to the Submit Assignments area in Blackboard within the course:A Word document with responses to the questions
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How do you calculate gradient on a topographic map?

Japanese Tsunami What were the results of the contamination on the water supply?

Japanese TsunamiWhat were the results of the contamination on the water supply?Use the stages of the hydrological cycle to describe your answer.What were the results of the contamination on the environment?What treatment process could be used to remove any impurities from the event?What lesson about water was learned from your research?What economic value does water have?
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Compare the capabilities of the Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle’s MySQL, and Oracle relational database management systems (RDBMSs).

Climate Change Response

Some people you know say they don’t believe that the climate is changing. How would you respond using this week’s readings (Environmental Science: Earth as a Living Planet 9th Edition. Chapters 8, 19, 20, 21, 23)Write a 525- to 700-word response including:How scientists learn about past global temperatures and climatesThe greenhouse effectGreenhouse gases and their role in current climate changeOne piece of data scientists offer to show that the climate is changing globally                      see this NASA website: http://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/Expected impacts of climate change in your area                                                                    see the EPA’s January 2017 snapshot by state: https://19january2017snapshot.epa.gov/climate-impacts/climate-change-impacts-state_.htm
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Arrange the following aqueous solutions in order of decreasing freezing point, and explain your reasoning:50 m HCl, 0.50 m glucose, 0.50 m acetic…

Phil Hooser has big plans. He wants to open a motorcycle shop on the outskirts of town.

Phil Hooser has big plans. He wants to open a motorcycle shop on the outskirts of town. He plans to purchase a ten-acre plot of land and eventually he wants to also have a motorcycle race track on land. His brother will help him purchase the land and he has about $100,000 to invest in the project. He has no children, but two ex-wives.Is it sole proprietorship, partnerships, LLC or corporation. You must support you answer by evaluating the needs of the particular business and the characteristics of the entity chosen. Evaluate for tax concerns, potential liability, governance, continuity, raising funds, and maximizing opportunities. Do not use platitudes or personal preferences as a rationale, rely solely on facts.
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I wish I had known that I wasn’t going to see Mr. Black again when we shook hands that afternoon. I wouldn’t have let go (Chapter…

Below, is the full question, however I am having trouble with the quot;close_novas.sample.

Below, is the full question, however I am having trouble with the “close_novas.sample…” section of bootstrap_ages, please help.Question 9 It’s time to bootstrap so that we can quantify the variability in our estimate! Simulate 1000 resamples from close_novas. For each resample, compute the slope of the least-squares regression line, and multiply it by 1 million to compute an estimate of the age of the universe. Store these ages in an array called bootstrap_ages, and then use them to compute a 95% confidence interval for the age of the universe.bootstrap_ages = make_array()for i in np.arange(1000):  bootstrap_ages = np.append(bootstrap_ages, 1e6*fit_line(close_novas.samplelower_end = percentile(2.5, bootstrap_ages) upper_end = percentile(97.5, bootstrap_ages)Table().with_column(“Age estimate”, bootstrap_ages*1e-9).hist(bins=np.arange(12, 16, .1), unit= “billion years”)print(“95% confidence interval for the age of the universe: [{:g}, {:g}] billion years”.format(lower_end*1e-9, upper_end*1e-9)
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Why do we study arts? Recently, the president submitted a budget that would eliminate the funding for the National Endowment for the Arts. Why do we

show all calculations A clinic wants to work down its backlog to implement advanced access.

Need clear work please show clear explanation please thank you….show all calculationsA clinic wants to work down its backlog to implement advanced access. The clinic currently has 1200 booked appointments and sees 100 patients a day. The physician staff have agreed to extend their schedules and can now see 110 patients per day. What is their current backlog, and how many days will it take to reduce it to zero?
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(Please see the attachment for detailed problem) 1) In a circuit shown below it took capacitor 0.138 seconds to discharge from its maximum charge

Think of a healthcare organization that you are most familiar with think of its organizational structure.

Think of a healthcare organization that you are most familiar with think of its organizational structure. Describe this structure or use of combination of structure (line, matrix, service line ad, hoc, or flat). Give an example of how decision making occurs and identify if this centralized or decentralized Is this best practice?
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An open vessel containing 0.2 lb of liquid water placed in an empty room 5ft wide and 4ft deep and 7ft high, which initially contains dry air at 90F….

CASE BRIEF 13.2 Warner-Lambert Co. v. FTC 562 F.2d 749 (D.C. Cir. 1977); cert. den. 435 U.S. 950 (1978) 1. What claims does the FTC question in the

CASE BRIEF 13.2 Warner-Lambert Co. v. FTC 562 F.2d 749 (D.C. Cir. 1977); cert. den. 435 U.S. 950 (1978) 1. What claims does the FTC question in the Listerine ads and why?2. What proposals for corrective advertising are made in the order?3. What happens to the preamble, “Contrary to prior advertising”?4. What standard does the case establish for corrective ads once the FTC finds a company’s ads have deceived the public?
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