Unit VII – Research Paper

Using the unit and chapter topics discussed throughout the course, write a three-page research paper on “Global Leadership
and Management Issues for the 21st Century.”
The research paper must follow the APA requirements with a title page, double-spacing, while using at least 10
authoritative references using the Waldorf Online Library. Click here to review the reference guide for this assignment

homework i want to do it one one day

INSTRUCTIONS: Show all your work. Hand in a hardcopy. Blackboard solutions will not be accepted.

  • Assume there are two 32-bit variables in RAM memory called In and Out. Write C code that sets Out equal to In plus 1. [1]
  • Assume there are two 32-bit variables in RAM memory called In and Out. Write assembly code that sets Out equal to In plus 1. [1]
  • What are the three stack rules? [1]
  • List three addressing modes. [1]
  • Assume V1 is a 32-bit unsigned global variable. We wish to write code that decrements V1 with the exception that it will not decrement if V1 is already 0. Draw a flowchart of the process. Write the code in both C and assembly. [ 2 ]
  • Assume V1 is a 32-bit unsigned global variable. We wish to write code that increments V1 if V1 is less than 100. Draw a flowchart of the process. Write the code in both C and assembly. [2]
  • Develop the pseudocode and the flowchart for a program that finds the sum of 5 numbers.[2]

paper on counter fitting






write one page about politics

The paper on the Constitution is a one-page paper. Here is an outline to follow:

  1. What I believe is the most important part of the Constitution.
  2. One part, just a phrase or idea, not a full section
  3. State why you believe it is important
  4. Give some examples that support your idea, either from your News Items or from an article, and use the text
  5. Give a concluding statement that summarizes what you mean, but do not repeat the first paragraph.
  6. The paper is one-page only. It is not to be a page and a half, nor is it two-thirds of a page.

What you SHOULD DO:

  • Pick one part of the Constitution. Several students like to use the First Amendment, but you are not limited to this section. Ok, the First Amendment has five parts to it. Pick one of the five parts.
  • For example, if you pick freedom of speech, then discuss its importance, and find an article that supports your idea. DO NOT WRITE that it means you can say whatever you want to say. Instead, use an example that shows, in a real-life example, what you mean by free speech.
  • The best examples come from your life, if you have them.


  • Do not repeat the entire First Amendment in your paper. If we want to know what it says, we can read it in the text (The Constitution is in the back of the text).
  • DO NOT pick more than one idea. If you pick the Second Amendment, then only use one part. In addition, if you pick the Preamble, then only one phrase, such as “We the people.” Notice that I used only the first three words there. You could also pick another phrase, such as “a more perfect union.”
  • DO NOT write, “The Bill of Rights is the most important.” Pick one part of one of the amendments.
  • Refrain from constitutional Web sites unless in the Webliography, but use your text instead to understand the Constitution.

paper on cancer

Fundamentally, cancer is a failure of the immune system. Cancer kills because it spreads and disturbs homeostasis. For this assignment, research and then describe a specific type of cancer of your choosing.

Instructions are attached

write a blog at least 300 words

Watch part or all of the CBC documentary “Ice Bridge” about the Solutrean hypothesis (see links below), which proposes that Native Americans arrived on the east coast from Europe via a maritime route across the Atlantic Ocean, and look at the links to online posts reflecting the concerns of some in the archaeological community. Given the limited scientific evidence in support of this theory, do you agree that it was “extremely irresponsible” to promote it given that if feeds white nationalist agendas? Or do agree with the film makers that they can’t control, or have a responsibility to manage, how these ideas in the film are used? If you were a documentary film maker, how would you have handled this situation differently?

“Ice Bridge” link: https://vimeo.com/252813466

Reaction in National Post: https://nationalpost.com/news/canada/cbc-under-fir…

Reaction in CBC: https://www.cbc.ca/radio/asithappens/as-it-happens-friday-edition-1.4484878/director-defends-documentary-that-claims-europeans-could-have-been-1st-humans-in-north-america-1.4484883

Reaction in The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/science/2018/feb/21/rejecting-the-solutrean-hypothesis-the-first-peoples-in-the-americas-were-not-from-europe?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other

discussions and study cases

hi,bro. here are two discussions and study cases. just like u did before. ty.

  • Understand a strong brand relationship
  • Understand energizing the business
  • Leveraging the business
  • Creating new businesses

does the author present the issue

3. Once you are done commenting, go onto the next page (add a new page to the writer’s essay) and answer the following questions:

  1. Does the author present the issue in his or her introduction? Is the attention grabber/hook effective? Is the background information sufficient? (If the reader had not read the articles or seen the TED talks)
  2. Does the writer introduce the articles’ names, the authors’ names and the main point/argument of each article or TED Talk, somewhere in the introduction or in the body paragraphs? (Introduce only the sources you will be using). Is this information sufficient for you to understand the sources?
  3. Does the thesis focus on the author’s own relationship with writing and their two sources? Is the author’s opinion clearly stated? Are you clear on his or her position from the start?
  4. Does the writer support each of his or her claims with quotes from the articles or the TED Talks, or SPECIFIC examples from his or her own personal life? Are the examples vivid and specific rather than general? (The I in PIE format.)
  5. Does the writer explain why he or she chose this particular example? Does the explanation connect back to the thesis? Is there an explanation/analysis after each example? (The E in PIE format.)
  6. Are all examples from the articles cited properly with in-text citation? Is the paper formatted in MLA style? Is there a works cited page in the end?
  7. Does the writer have a conclusion that restates the thesis and gives a final thought?
  8. Mark your favorite line. Why is it your favorite?

discussion question min 300 words

Select one of the ethical frameworks in Chapter, starting on Page 8 of the eText. ( I will give you a choice of 3 and you pick one.)

Describe the framework, how it works in specific situations, what are the pitfalls and advantages.

How would your chosen framework work as decision making model for you?

Use examples from the eText and other sources. Use proper APA referencing.

master schedule

  • Using chevron as an example, describe how you would develop a master schedule.Make sure you describe the relationship between the production plan and the customer demand forecast.
  • The format for developing a master schedule has several specific fields. identify five most important rows you would find in a master schedule. Make sure you describe why it’s important to include this information in a master schedule and why the ones chosen are most important.