I will pay for the following article Solving Quadratic Equation Using Quadratic Formula. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. I will pay for the following article Solving Quadratic Equation Using Quadratic Formula. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. The simplest way of solving a quadratic equation is through factorization, but some students feel problems in solving equations using factorization. The quadratic equation is of the form ax2+bx+c= 0 where am, and c are constants with a ≠ 0. The quadratic formula is Let us consider an example and solve it using quadratic formula, x2 + 5 x + 6= 0. The teacher should tell the students on board and explain the procedure using discriminate about the real solutions, imaginary solutions and solutions that do not exist.&nbsp. Quadratic equations are second-degree equations with the coefficient of degree 2 not equal to zero. The graph of a quadratic equation is a parabola, and they can be solved using different methods, but the simplest way of doing it is through the quadratic formula. It gives the roots of the equations that are exact values, and they can be checked after getting the results by substituting the answer in the original equation (Sivasubramanian, 2009). The purpose of this lesson is to discuss the differentiated instructions while teaching factors and fractions with detailed background discussions on the topics. Results have shown that students understand more using differentiated instructions as compare to others, but it is also noted that all the students do not understand the differentiated instructions. Most of the teachers include contents like factorization, probability and fractions that are not easily understood by the students. The teacher should brainstorm the concepts before the start of the teaching to check whether the students are ready o understand the idea and warm them up. By this way, students take an active part in the class and can understand the concepts quickly and swiftly. The teacher should give the students the results of a survey conducted to understand the differentiated instruction and after that, ask them a few questions from that survey results. Always try to ask the questions relevant to the topic and try to gather all students to take an active part in the discussion. After the question-answer session, give the students an activity so that you may be able to know about their understanding of the concepts they have learned today. Show more

I will pay for the following article Solving Quadratic Equation Using Quadratic Formula. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. The simplest way of solving a quadratic equation…

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Provide a 5 pages analysis while answering the following question: The Effect of Light and Moisture on Distribution of Woodlice. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA St Provide a 5 pages analysis while answering the following question: The Effect of Light and Moisture on Distribution of Woodlice. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract is required. Woodlice show an innate behavioral response in moving towards sources of moisture and away from light sources (Allott, 2001). This indicates that both of these factors are important in the decisions that woodlice make concerning their habitats. This study focuses on two aspects of the environment in which woodlice inhabit, these are light and moisture level. These two effects work in combination with one another, as the dampness help woodlice to breathe, while the darkness prevents them from drying out. It was hoped that it could be determined which of these effects was predominant or whether they were both equally important. The aim of this study is to investigate the way in which light and moisture affect the way that woodlice distribute themselves and their preferences for environments. To do this, the variables of moisture and light intensity were modified independently to produce a total of four distinct environments. These environments were damp-dark, damp-light, dry-dark, and dry-light. It was hypothesized that woodlice would preferentially move towards areas that were dark and moist, and away from those that were light and dry. This would result in an increased concentration of woodlice in the former areas, and few in the latter. For this study, the dependent variable was the location of the woodlice following the five-minute adjustment period. The independent variable was the condition of the environment, which was determined by the modification of two separate variables, light and heat. Each of these variables was present in a dichotomy, light or dark and damp or dry, there were no intermediate variables. Eight woodlice were placed in an experimental container that contained an intermediate level of moisture and light. The light and moisture levels in the container were then modified to produce four quadrants each with different environmental conditions (Figure 1). After five minutes, the number of woodlice present in each quadrant was counted and noted. If a woodlouse settled on the boundary between two quadrants, it was scored as being in the area where its head was. The experiment was repeated four times, each time using a different set of woodlice to reduce the effect of preferences specific to individual woodlice. Show more

Provide a 5 pages analysis while answering the following question: The Effect of Light and Moisture on Distribution of Woodlice. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract is required. Woodlice show an…

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Origins Of Human Aggression The Nature Of Things – YouTube video is 51.58 minutes long REACTION PAPER All papers must contain a proper left-aligned heading (your name, course, date) and a title (that Origins Of Human Aggression The Nature Of Things – YouTube video is 51.58 minutes long REACTION PAPER All papers must contain a proper left-aligned heading (your name, course, date) and a title (that is centered below the heading) Essays should be at least 3-5 paragraphs (750 words) An academic paragraph must contain at least 3 sentences Indent the first line of all paragraphs using the TAB key Double-spaced ONLY (including between the header, title, and paragraphs) 12 point font ONLY New Times Roman or Calabria font ONLY 1 inch margins ON ALL MARGINS – TOP, BOTTOM, LEFT, RIGHT Students may not submit course work from other classes Written work is graded on its originality, content, clarity, and proper use of APA references/citations if they are required (direct quotes, statistical data, specific dated events). All papers must contain proper spelling, grammar, punctuation, capitalization, and sentence structure. All citations, in-text and work cited page, should be in proper APA format.  Must be submitted through Canvas in the form of a Word Doc or PDF (other formats will not open in Canvas such as .pages) Minimum 750 words – Not including quotations. An A-Level paper (90-100 points) will be substantially (>10%)  over 750 words of well-developed analysis. Any quotations should be cited correctly but will not counts towards the 750-word minimum development. Your paper will focus on 3 elements of your film review and analysis: 1. How does this film connect or relate to the topics we have covered/discussed in class and/or in the required resources? Does it confirm any specific information that we covered or that you read? Does it contradict any specific information that we covered or that you read? 2. In addition to information in the film that was connected to our class material, what new material covered in the film added important depth and relevance to our class topics and course? In other words…how did this film ADD to our course and course material? 3. How does this information connect to your life experiences or the life experiences of a person (or group of people) that you know about? This does not require you to divulge or discuss personal information. This element of the paper can be framed entirely in third person and/or with made up names. It does require you to think critically about the material in relation to your knowledge and life experience. Show more

Origins Of Human Aggression The Nature Of Things – YouTube video is 51.58 minutes long REACTION PAPER All papers must contain a proper left-aligned heading (your name, course, date) and a title (that is centered below the heading) Essays should be at least…

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Part 1 Discuss three organizations that make make-up the Department of Homeland Security. Give an example of one of these organizations and its function. 150 words Part 2 Discuss the political influe Part 1 Discuss three organizations that make make-up the Department of Homeland Security. Give an example of one of these organizations and its function. 150 words Part 2  Discuss the political influences that impact the policies of Homeland Security.  Give a relative examples!  250- 300 words Part 3 1. What are some of the risk factors that contributed to Ashlee’s criminal behavior? Connect to chapter 2.  2. Should she have been charged as a juvenile or an adult? Explain. 3. Considering the mitigating factors, what would you recommend as a sentence for Ashlee.  200 words Part 4 1. In the middle of The Law of Life, Old Koskoosh actually defines it.  What is the law of life according to the story?  Do you agree with this definition? 2. The Dark Brown Dog is partially based on things seen by Stephen Crane when he lived in the slums of New York.  Based upon the events of the story, what do you imagine life was like in the New York slums in the 1890’s? 3. Based on the stories you read, as well as my definition in the lecture, what do you think of the literary theory of Naturalism?  Do you agree with its tenets? Disagree? Do you agree with parts of the theory and not others? 200 words  Part 5 1A:  An adjustment disorder occurs when an individual has difficulty coping with a specific life stressor.  An adjustment disorder is a maladaptive reaction that may take the form of impaired functioning at school or at work, such as having difficulty keeping one’s mind on one’s studies.  Table 4.2 (p. 151) showcases various subtypes of adjustment disorders.  Have you or someone you know ever experienced an adjustment disorder? Or have you witnessed this in a movie or TV show?   If so, describe the situation and the symptoms.  1B:  John has been experiencing sudden panic attacks on and off for the past few months. During the attacks, he has difficulty breathing and fears that his heart is racing out of control. His physician checked him out and told him the problem is with his nerves, not his heart. What treatment alternatives are ­available to John that might help him deal with this problem? Identify at least 2. Think about lifestyle and professional help options.  200 words  Show more

Part 1 Discuss three organizations that make make-up the Department of Homeland Security. Give an example of one of these organizations and its function. 150 words Part 2  Discuss the political influences that impact the policies of Homeland Security.  Give a relative examples! …

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1)The stress here is more on the “response” part than in the “summary” part. Proving your thesis should be the most important part of this essay. Using the two texts you have chosen, often in conversa 1)The stress here is more on the “response” part than in the “summary” part. Proving your thesis should be the most important part of this essay. Using the two texts you have chosen, often in conversation with each other, to prove your thesis is what you are going for – NOT detailing everything your chosen article says. Use only what is useful for proving your argument. 2)For the first two essays we have used almost entirely visual mediums – film reviews, TED Talks, TV commercials, and for this essay you will use ONE VISUAL MEDIA for your paper, but must also use at least one WRITTEN text.  There are clear differences in analyzing visual and written texts. The latter requires more thorough attention and discipline.. As with all essays this one should contain the following:  Clear introduction and conclusion.  Arguable/Debatable thesis – located in the introduction of the paper. Each paragraph should be the start of a new idea or thought. Grammar and Spelling must be correct – if necessary go to the Writing Center to get help or use any of the grammar/spelling software available.  Proper Formatting – as always Use MLA formatting (check the OWL Purdue website at https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01) which means  1-inch margins all around, double-spaced, with 12 pt. font.  Each page should be numbered and have your name at the top.  Each paragraph should be indented.  Your name, the instructor’s name, the class (English 1301), and the date should appear at the time of page one (on the top left).  Papers not formatted correctly will be docked points. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Hey, I have a Final Essay due on the 9th of May and I need you to read what is above and write about marketing food to children and marketing food to children is it ethical, I have attached 3 files, the first one with the name “Aburaad_Amjad essay Sunday the 28th2_upload.docx” and “Advertising to children_ Is it ethical_.pdf” those the two texts we are using to prove what has included the file “Major essay #3 first draft (1).docx”, please do not take my question if u don’t know what to do thanks!! Cite your work, please! Show more

1)The stress here is more on the “response” part than in the “summary” part. Proving your thesis should be the most important part of this essay. Using the two texts you have chosen, often in conversation with each other, to…

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Lab Exercise 1 (20 points) You have to complete Prospect Hill Contour (on page 16). 1.Watch video :How to Create Contour Lines for a Topographic Map .. In Lesson 1 : on Dixie Mine contour2.Look at the Lab Exercise 1 (20 points) You have to complete Prospect Hill Contour (on page 16). 1.Watch video : How to Create Contour Lines for a Topographic Map .. In Lesson 1 : on Dixie Mine contour 2.Look at the practice example of Dixie Mine contour in the next slide. ( same as the video) 3.Download and print Lab exercise : Lab_01_Prospect_Hill_Contour_Map.pdf download  Following the instructions given in the manual on page 15, Draw contours by hand on the printed Prospect Hill map. Scan it and upload it online. A certain determined percentage will be deducted for each incorrect point linked to a contour line.  figure 1.6 Dixie Mine Contour. Instructions and observation Sep 1:        look at the Dixie Mine contour (Figure 1.6) and note areas that are surrounded by lower and upper elevations. Also look for area where there might be a repeat of a contour line indicating a change in slope direction. Sep 2:    Use a contour interval of 20 feet so that each contour line represents a change of 20 feet in elevation above mean sea level. Begin by locating the highest points on the map, and then draw a contour line by connecting the points having that elevation. Sep 3:     Find the next highest points on the contour map and connect them, remembering that contour lines tend to be concentric. Continue drawing contour lines until you have lines passing through all of the spot elevations. You may need to redraw lines to make them concentric with lines above or below them. Sep 4:    Locate the highest closed concentric contours and write in the label “hill.” Locate the lowest closed concentric contours and write in the label “depression.” Be sure to add tick marks on the downlope side of the depression contours. Once you ‘ve completed this practice exercise, check your answer with the student answer key in the back of this lab manual or in the online supplement. Once you ‘re satisfied with your results, you are ready to complete the prospect Hill contour Exercise as part of your lab assignment for this lesson. Prospect Hill contour Exercise Use what you learned from the Dixie Mine exercise to complete the prospect Hill contour exercise ( Figure 1.7). Follow the same instructions you used for the Dixie Mine contour exercise (figure 1.6). Labeling any hills and / or depressions you may find. Used pencil so you can make adjustments as you draw. You might also want to photocopy the exercise or download a copy of this exercise from the online supplement for this lab so you can have a fresh copy for each attempt until you are satisfied with result. Submit your work as directed by your instructor. Show more

Lab Exercise 1 (20 points) You have to complete Prospect Hill Contour (on page 16). 1.Watch video :How to Create Contour Lines for a Topographic Map .. In Lesson 1 : on Dixie Mine contour 2.Look at the practice example…

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Humanity ###a paragraph at a minimum for each answer. Some questions are obviously longer than others.Please number each essay. 1.Describe the main characteristics of the classical style in Greek art Humanity  ###a paragraph at a minimum for each answer. Some questions are obviously longer than others.Please number each essay. 1.Describe the main characteristics of the classical style in Greek art. Include examples and key terms.How did Roman sculpture differ from Greek sculpture? 2.Discuss the role of drama in ancient Greece. Who were the major Greek playwrights and what did they write about? 3.What were the principal contributions of the naturalistic (pre-Socratic) and humanistic (Socratic) philosophers? What are the main differences between the aims and inquiries of the pre-Socratic and the Socratic philosophers? 4.Describe the technological advances in construction the Romans were credited with. How did Roman architecture serve the practical needs of Roman life? 5.Think about the role the military played in the history of Rome. How did military service change in the Roman Republic and Empire? Compare Rome’s later military to the role of the military in American history. 6.Consider law and law codes in the ancient world. What is the significance of Hammurabi’s code of law and how does it compare to other ancientforms of law such as those of the Egyptians and Hebrews?What was different in Roman law? What were Rome’s main contributions in the field of law? What role did Emperor Justinian play? 7.Consider burial customs in ancient civilizations. What similarities exist cross-cultures and what do they reveal about those cultures. Give examples. 8.Discuss the significance of location on the development of culture in that region. Give examples from the civilizations we have studied.  9.What were Rome’s most significant contributions to the humanistic tradition? How did they differ from the Greeks? FromEgypt, or Mesopotamia?  10.What do you think is the most significant event or invention we discussed from the ancient world? Support your answer. Show more

Humanity  ###a paragraph at a minimum for each answer. Some questions are obviously longer than others.Please number each essay. 1.Describe the main characteristics of the classical style in Greek art. Include examples and key terms.How did Roman sculpture differ from…

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Marijuana was decriminalized in Canada in October 2018. Since that time, many Canadian police departments have implemented policies regarding officials using marijuana that would probably shock many A Marijuana was decriminalized in Canada in October 2018. Since that time, many Canadian police departments have implemented policies regarding officials using marijuana that would probably shock many Americans. For example, the Vancouver Police Department says that it will not impose any restrictions on their officers for using marijuana while off-duty. The only policy they will enforce is that all officers must be fit for duty when they report to work. It essentially holds them to the same standards as after-hours alcohol consumption. Changes are happening in the United States as well. In Atlanta, Georgia, which is a state where marijuana use is still illegal, the Atlanta Police Department will no longer ask applicants if they have smoked marijuana and consider its use as a factor in eligibility to join the force. They claim that they have lost too many qualified candidates when asking them about marijuana smoking. Share your opinions, from both the perspective of a criminal justice administrator working in a state where marijuana use has been decriminalized and from the perspective of a private citizen, on whether criminal justice personnel (in states where it is legal) should be allowed to use marijuana while off-duty. Explain the rationale for your opinions. At least 300 words Show more

Marijuana was decriminalized in Canada in October 2018. Since that time, many Canadian police departments have implemented policies regarding officials using marijuana that would probably shock many Americans. For example, the Vancouver Police Department says that it will not impose…

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Students will have to find the most important connections that we find in the present day with the ancient times and the influence of the ancients in our lives: some examples of topics to cover are words and idiomatic expressions, traditions, technology of any kind, ideas, beliefs, politics, etc. It can be done in organized sections by groups of civilizations

Students will have to find the most important connections that we find in the present day with the ancient times and the influence of the ancients in our lives: some examples of topics to cover are words and idiomatic expressions,…

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