Answer each question in 50 to 150 words. Provide citations for all the sources you use.
1. What is diversity? Why is diversity valued?
Diversity is; variety, multformaty, difference, or unlikeness and change, I believe that diversity is valued because, too much of one thing can be in fact too much. A person devoid of diversity would never feel challenged, nor would they ever see much less understand the world and all of it’s complexities, simply because they never would have known better, having been stripped from receiving any new information.
2. What is ethnocentrism? In what ways can ethnocentrism be detrimental to a society? The definition of ethnocentrisim ; is the belief in the intrinsic superiority of the nation, culture, or groups to which one belongs, often accompanied by feelings of dislike from other groups. Ethnocentrisim can be directly linked to the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center, and the subsequent destruction of the buildings on September 11 2001, by a radical Muslim anti American terrorist group known as the Taliban. Another group of detrement to the United States, is th Neo Nazi skinhead movement they can be found online subverting our youth with their hate filled racist supremacist doctrines.
3. Define emigration and immigration.
The words immigration and emigration are used often, but people can mistakes because they don’t know the true or correct useage of the word. The word immigration refers to a person entering a country while emmigration refers to a person leaving a country. Depending on the point of...
In this Mastery project, you will edit a worksheet that summarizes the inventory status at the Petaluma production facility.
For the purpose of grading the project you are required to perform the following tasks:
Step | Instructions | Points Possible |
1 | Start Excel. Open the downloaded Excel workbook named GO_e02_Grader_EOC.xlsx. | 0 |
2 | Rename the Sheet1 worksheet tab to Condiments and then display the Toppings worksheet. | 4 |
3 | On the Toppings worksheet, in cell B4, insert a function that will total the Quantity in Stock data (A15:A29). | 5 |
4 | On the Toppings worksheet, in cell B5, insert a function that will calculate the average retail price of the available toppings (D15:D29). | 5 |
5 | On the Toppings worksheet, in cell B6, insert a function that will calculate the median retail price of the available toppings (D15:D29). | 5 |
6 | On the Toppings worksheet, in cell B7, insert a function that will calculate the lowest retail price of the available toppings (D15:D29). | 5 |
7 | On the Toppings worksheet, in cell B8, insert a function that will calculate the highest retail price of the available toppings (D15:D29). | 5 |
8 | On the Toppings worksheet, in cell B10, insert a function that will count the total number of salsa products available. | 5 |
9 | On...
Complete one worksheet for each source. All worksheet and summaries must be turned in.
Fill in the bibliographic information below. You must type in your information. Handwritten worksheets will not be accepted. Parenthesis with ABib (ABib) and Sum (Sum) indicate the information is appropriate for either the Annotated Bibliography assignment and/or the Summary.
Article Title (Sum)
Date of Publication
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On a separate sheet of paper write a brief summary (350 words) of the source. The summary must include the title of the article and the full name of the author(s). All summaries must be turned-in with the appropriate worksheet and publication page attached to the summary with one staple. Staplers capable of binding large number of pages are available in the library. Staple in the following order: summaries first, worksheets second, and lastly, publication page.
...differentiation involving a workbook and a worksheet?
A workbook is just an Excel file that entered associated data is stored. They are qualified of holding an almost endless numbers of worksheets, which is determined by the size and the significance of the data. It is, really, a book filled with the data from numerous of worksheets. Mostly, workbooks are categorized by the data in which it’s on each worksheet-if every single page of the workbook contains the matching type of data, that workbook will be identified for the related data that it maintains.
Worksheet in Excel is a combination of a number of cells that contains data relating to a particular piece of information. Otherwise, a worksheet is known as a spreadsheet. A user is capable of entering, modifying, and manipulating the data that is inserted in the spreadsheet. With a worksheet, a user is basically putting information onto a page of a workbook.
Q. Why would you want to use separate worksheets when using Excel?
You should use several worksheets when creating spreadsheets for more than a few related groups of information. Never use several worksheets if your spreadsheets are not interrelated- make a new as a replacement. Never use the numerous worksheets with the “what if” situations to make the same group of information (perhaps worst case, best...
...Bibliography : wiki John Kerr
The news that Whitlam had been dismissed spread across Australia during the afternoon, resulting in angry protest demonstrations by his supporters. Over the following month, leading to the double dissolution election scheduled for 13 December 1975, Whitlam and ALP supporters constantly and intensely denigrated Kerr, no doubt in the belief that the electorate would prove sympathetic to the deposed Labor government.
In the ensuing election campaign, the Australian Labor Party's focus was predominantly on the asserted illegitimacy of the dismissal (with the slogan of "Shame Fraser, Shame"), while the Coalition focused on criticism of Labor's economic management. Some expected a major backlash against Fraser in favour of Whitlam (who had launched his campaign by calling upon his supporters to "maintain your rage"), based on opinion polls in October and early November which had shown disapproval of Fraser's tactics. Once the election was called, however, the majority focused on the economy and responded to the Liberals' slogan "Turn on the lights". Despite the passion of die-hard Labor supporters, furious at what they saw as an establishment plot to destroy a Labor government, Labor suffered its greatest-ever loss (7.4% down on its 1974 vote) at the hands of the Coalition, which continued to hold power until 1983.
Labor supporters continued to voice criticism and demonstrate against Kerr. He found the personal attacks on him and his wife (whom...
...Cedar Girls’ Secondary School
Secondary 2 Literature in English
Semester 2: Unseen Poetry
Name: _________________________ ( ) Class: __________
I met a traveller from an antique land,
Who said—“Two vast and trunkless legs of stone
Stand in the desert. . . . Near them, on the sand,
Half sunk a shattered visage lies, whose frown,
And wrinkled lip, and sneer of cold command,
Tell that its sculptor well those passions read
Which yet survive, stamped on these lifeless things,
The hand that mocked them, and the heart that fed;
And on the pedestal, these words appear:
My name is Ozymandias, King of Kings;
Look on my Works, ye Mighty, and despair!
Nothing beside remains. Round the decay
Of that colossal Wreck, boundless and bare
The lone and level sands stretch far away.”
- Percy Bysshe Shelley
1) What is the form of the poem? (Hint: How many lines are there?)
It is a sonnet. |
It is told from a third-person omniscient point of view. This is to distance the reader from the poem, and possibly from Ozymandias’ rule. |
2) From what perspective is this poem told? Why do you think this is so?
Remember to underline key words or alphabets to help you!
3a) Can you identify any sound device used in the first seven lines?Alliteration and assonance.3b) Do you think that the sound device contributes to the setting of the poem? Yes. The repeated use of the “S” sound simulates the sound of wind blowing across the desert.
3c) Try to...
...AP Biology: Unit 3: Cell Division & Genetics: Virtual Lab #4: Punnett Squares
1. Open the Virtual Lab: Punnett Squares: http://mhhe.com/biosci/genbio/virtual_labs_2K8/labs/BL_05/index.html
2. The virtual lab simulation will be on the right side of the screen, and the “Question” column will be on the left side of the screen.
3. Click on the TV/VCR and watch the video.
4. Read the background information in the Question Column under “How can Punnett Squares help predict the traits of offspring?”
5. Read the background information provided in the virtual lab by clicking on the “Information” bar in the lab simulation area.
6. Answer the questions below in your notebook.
a. Which of the following is most inclusive?
b. Dominant alleles are represented by:
i. an upper case letter
ii. a lower case letter
iii. it does not matter what type of letter is used
c. In fruit flies, gray body color is dominant over black body color. Using the letter G to represent body color, what is the genotype of a heterozygous gray bodied fly?
d. All of the offspring of two gray bodied flys are also gray. What can you conclude about the genotypes of the parent flies?
i. They are both heterozygous.
ii. They are both homozygous dominant.
iii. They are both homozygous recessive.
iv. You cannot conclude anything definitively about the parental genotypes.
e. Some of the offspring of two gray...
What personality (or character) type does Hank display according to Freudiantheory? Provide evidence for your answer. At what stage is Hank fixated,according to the Freudian perspective? Find evidence of fixation in the casestudy. What might have caused this fixation?
Hank¶s personality is a reflection of the unconscious mind. He is not aware of howothers perceive him. Unfortunately, Hank was isolated from the social scenebecause of his character. He never had the pleasure to meet a girlfriend or even atrue friend to help him bring this awareness to the conscious mind.Fixation means to be attached to a person or thing in an immature state. Hank alsohad fixated thoughts. His ego came to the conclusion that Sally was a shallowperson. He was positive that Sally could not look past his weight problem. If hewas only able to steer away from that thought, he would have noticed that Sallyput in more time than she really wanted.Hank also had a similar scenario with the client he tried to entertain. He left thatmeeting feeling good about his visit with the client. But later found out that theclient talked down about him and was chewed out by his boss.I believe Hank had these fixations because no one ever took the time to educatehim on social norms. His mother use to shut him up with cookies. This is me wasa clean sign that he had dependency issue towards his mother. The mother did notdiscipline her son which can lead him to have unbalance state of mind. Afterreading the case...
Fill in the following tables:
State of the
Limit of General steps for
Antonie van Leeuwenhoek
Ernst Karl Abbe
Shimomura, Chalfie, and Tsien
Schleiden and Schwann
Define the following:
2-D surface metabolism:
Answers the following questions:
What is the difference between Resolution and Magnification?
What is the difference between Amplitude contrast and Phase contrast?
A student in a cellular biology laboratory is faced with the task of detecting protein X in
muscle cells taken from a rat. The tissue is required to be live while under analysis. Which
type of microscopy should be employed?
a) Phase contrast light microscopy
b) Transmission electron microscopy
c) Scanning electron microscopy
d) Fluorescence microscopy
e) None of the above
Which of the following about the Cell Theory...