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WA 6 Final Report Research-Based Report

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Writing – STARTING NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH PROGRAM

 

Instructions

WA #6 Final Report: Formal Research-Based Persuasive Report:

Writing assignment #6 will be a research-based report that addresses a problem or issue within an organization. For this assignment, you will write a report of 2000-3000 words on a problem or issue within your workplace or community.

You will identify a problem or issue within your organization or community. This may be a current place of employment or a community group, such as a church, school, homeowner’s association, daycare, recreation center, soccer team, or other group.

You will then complete the following in the report:

  • define the problem persuasively and accurately
  • propose a solution or solutions to the problem or issue
  • present that solution to a decision-maker or group of decision-makers who can implement the recommendation.

The report will include the following components:

  • table of contents (optional)
  • introduction
  • body of the report to include headings and subheadings
  • conclusion stated as a recommendation for implementation of the solution
  • References page, with references listed in APA format

The complete report should also cite at least five sources. At least one of them should come from peer-reviewed, scholarly journals. Your sources can also include interviews. The sources will be integrated into the paper to explain the problem, provide evidence of the problem, and support the solution.

If you are having trouble locating scholarly sources for your topic, you can let me know during the weeks leading up to the due date for the report. I can try to help you or work with you on integrating sources.

Strategies to Consider for this Assignment:

  • Victoria University of Wellington has a thorough outline and review of the components of this type of business report. Click here to access it.
  • The University of Sydney has an excellent explanation and guide for this type of report. Click here to access it.
  • Newcastle Business School has a fine example of a report. Click here to access it.

You may want to include a graphic or some graphics in your report. Graphics should be presented in a way that displays the information desired in an effective manner. Graphics should not be integrated simply for the purpose of integrating a graphic.

Topics to Help You Come Up with Ideas on this Assignment:

Some possible workplace research topics are the following. These are just examples to help you

get started. Please do not feel that you have to select one of these topics.

  • Going to a wireless network
  • Going to a paperless office
  • Switching from Windows to Linux (or other similar switch)
  • Installing/upgrading company firewall
  • Establishing a drug policy
  • Establishing an employee leave donation program
  • Establishing an equipment donation program for used computers, etc.
  • Establishing a company recycling program (paper, etc.)
  • Education/retraining for your employees
  • Establishing a program for millennial workers (e.g., training on certain aspects of etiquette, on understanding other generations, etc.)
  • Designing a training program for workplace safety issues
  • Redesigning employee performance evaluations
  • Developing a work-at-home (telecommuting) policy
  • Developing a flex-time policy
  • Establishing on-site day care or providing other child care benefits
  • Providing gym membership or creating an on-site workout facility
  • Creating or revising a charitable contribution policy
  • Creating or improving a tuition assistance program
  • Accommodations needed for employee/s with specific health issues (for example, migraines)
  • Establishing a Habitat for Humanity (or other group) chapter at your organization

Some students have chosen topics outside of their workplaces, such as the following:

  • Starting a neighborhood watch program
  • Starting a mentor program at your place of worship
  • Getting additional lighting in the neighborhood
  • Changing traffic patterns around your child’s school
  • Starting a PTA website for your child’s school
  • Installing a tot lot in your neighborhood
  • Constructing a crying baby room at your place of worship
  • Offering ESL courses at your church
  • Increasing participation in a military Family Support Group
  • Introducing a youth sports program to a school or community

Length: 2000-3000 words. The sources should be cited and listed in APA style.Do NOT include the summaries from the annotated bibliography in your references.

 

 

Test a sample data of your choice

 

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Test a sample data of your choice

/provided by your tutor using t-test. Present the main results.

 

 

Test a sample data of your choice/provided by your tutor using t-test. Present the main results.

  • Test a sample data of your choice/provided by your tutor using ANOVA. Present the main results.
  • Test a sample data of your choice/provided by your tutor using Chi-Square. Present the main results

 

SD2720 Module 3 Working with Methods

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SD2720 Module 3 Working with Methods and Encapsulation Lab 3.1 Creating a Method

 

In this lab, you will complete two tasks related to Java methods. The tasks performed in this lab will help you use method overloading and understand ambiguous overloading.

Task 1

Write a program for swapping two numbers. In the program:

 Create a method by passing primitive values as parameters for checking the result.

 Create another method by passing object references as parameters for checking the result.

 Identify the difference between two outputs.

 

Task 2

Write a Java program that accepts 10 numbers from the user and finds the greatest and smallest numbers among them. Create two methods, findGreatest() and findSmallest(), to find the greatest and smallest numbers, respectively.

 

Task 3

Write a Java program that implements the following methods:

 getNumbers()to accept two numbers from the user.

 calculateHCD()to calculate the highest common divisor (HCD) of the two numbers. Please note that it should be a recursive function.

 calculateLCM()to calculate the least common multiple (LCM) of the two numbers.

 

Display()to display HCD and LCM.

 

Submission Requirements:

Compress your Java project folder and responses in a Microsoft Word document into one zipped folder and submit it to the instructor.

Evaluation Criteria:

Your submission will be evaluated against the following criteria using the lab rubric:

Task 1

 Did you create a method by passing primitive values as parameters?

 Did you create a method by passing object reference values as parameters?

 Did you identify the difference between two outputs?

 Is the code readable and documented?

 

Task 2

 Did you write a Java program that accepts 10 numbers?

 Did you use the findGreatest() and findSmallest() methods to find the greatest and

 

smallest numbers in your code?

 Is the code readable and documented?

Task 3

 Did you write a Java program that contains getNumbers() method to accept two numbers?

 Did you use the calculateHCD() and calculateLCM() methods to calculate the HCD and LCM of two numbers in your code?

 Did you use recursion in the calculateHCD() method?

 Did you use the display() method to display the HCD and LCM of two numbers in your code?

 Is the code readable and documented?

 

SD2720 Module 2 Using Operators, Arrays, and Constructs

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SD2720 Module 2 Using Operators, Arrays, and Constructs
Lab 2.2 Using Multidimensional Array and Loops

 

In this lab, you will complete three tasks related to multidimensional arrays and loops. The tasks performed in this lab will help you understand how to program common array operations and simplify programming by using loops.

Task 1

Write a Java program with the following functionalities:

 It should use a one-dimensional array.

 It should enable the user to search for an element in the array.

 If the element is found, it should display the number of occurrences.

 If the element is not found, an error message should be displayed.

 

Task 2

Create a Java application that stores and maintains the employee details, including employee ID, employee name, department, designation, marital status, and date of marriage, in a multidimensional array. The application should have the following functionalities:

 When the user selects the enter data option, the inputs should be accepted.

Date of marriage should be accepted only if the employee’ marital status is entered as “married.”

 When the user selects the view data option, all the employee details should be displayed.

 When the user selects the exit option, the application should terminate.

 

 

 

For Task 3

 Did you write Java codes to display all three patterns?

 Did you write the code using loops?

 Are the codes readable and documented?

 

SD2720 Module 1 Java Basics Refresher

 

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Lab 1.1 Creating Java Application

 

 

In this lab, you will complete three tasks related to Java classes, their attributes, and error handling in a Java program. The task performed in this lab will help you understand how to break a complex software program into various classes by using object-orientated programming.

Task 1

Scenario: Universal Bank offers various services to its customers. The bank has various branches all over the country and therefore, each branch has a unique code. The bank stores the details of its customers such as customer ID, customer name, account number, address, phone number, and email address. In addition, the bank offers its customers a choice of accounts, such as savings account, current account, and loan account. In addition, the bank stores its employee details, such as employee code, employee name, employee address, phone number, and email address.

For the given scenario, complete the following:

 Identify the various classes and their attributes used in this scenario.

 Create a UML class diagram depicting the relationship among classes for the customer and employee information system of Universal Bank.

 Create the Java code to implement the identified classes.

 Assign values to the identified attributes.

 Display the attribute values.

 

Task 2

Scenario: Royal College offers different courses to its students. Whenever a student enrolls for a course, the student details, such as Registration Number, Department Name, and Permanent Address, Email ID, and Phone Number, are registered.

For the given scenario, write a Java program using the Scanner class to get these student details from the user.

 Task 3

Analyze and identify the errors in the following Java code and rewrite the code.

class Course

{

String courseCode, courseName;

int duration;

}

public class CourseTest

{

public static void main()

{

Course c;

c.courseCode = “C0001”;

c.courseName = “Programming in Java”;

c.duration = 4;

System.out.println(“Course Code + ” + c.courseCode);

System.out.println(“Course Name + ” + c.courseName);

System.out.println(“Course Duration in Months: ” + c.duration);

}

}

Submission Requirements:

Compress your Java project folder and responses in a Microsoft Word document into one zipped folder and submit it to the instructor.

Note: Use the following procedure to compress the project folders into one zipped folder:

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Compress-and-uncompress-files-zip-files

For Task 1

 Does the code meet all functional requirements?

 Did you identify various classes and their attributes?

 Did you assign value to the identified attributes?

 Did you create a UML class diagram depicting the relationships among classes for the customer and employee information system of Universal Bank?

 Did you display the attribute values?

 Is the code readable and documented?

 

For Task 2

 Did you use the Scanner class to write the Java program to get the student details?

 Does the code meet all the functional requirements?

 Did you use the Scanner class to get the attribute values?

 Is the code readable and documented?

 

For Task 3

 Did you identify the errors in the given code?

 Did you rewrite the code rectifying the identified errors?

 Is the code readable and documented?

 

SCI203 Lab5_worksheet_ Phase 5 I P Carl Steen

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In this lab, you will determine how an invasive species—the zebra and quagga mussel—affects other species in the freshwater lake. Use the animation to help you come up with an answer to the following: •Why do you see increases and decreases in the invasive species population? •What are the implications associated with these alterations to the ecosystem as a whole?

The Effects of Zebra and Quagga Mussels Introduced into a Freshwater Lake

As you have learned, population dynamics are caused by the biotic potential of the population and the effects of environmental resistance. When there is minimal environmental resistance impacting a population, it will exhibit a population explosion. One reason for minimal resistance could be factors that no longer regulate a population (e.g., predator decline or resource increases). Another reason for a population explosion is the introduction of an invasive species. Invasive species are species foreign to an ecosystem and are not immediately regulated by the environmental restraints of the particular ecosystem that they invade. This in turn allows their populations to grow seemingly uncontrolled and to displace other indigenous populations. Examples of such an invasive species into North America are dreissenid mussels, commonly known as zebra and quagga mussels. Their introduction into the Great Lakes has caused economic hardship and a reorganization of the ecosystem. This has led, in part, to pollution-causing effects that can be linked to an alga known as Cladophora.

Ecosystems are webs of intricately balanced interactions, what happens when a new species is introduced that uses a disproportionate share of the ecosystem’s resources?

Using the M.U.S.E. link, review the background information and animation to complete your report.

Use the Lab 5 worksheet for assignment instructions and data collection.

 

 

School of Aviation has asked


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MGA’s School of Aviation has asked the students of the School of Information Technology to develop a web-based application that solves 2 needs of their program.

  • Keep track of maintenance procedures performed on each aircraft
  • Allows students and instructors to coordinate aircraft for flying

Currently they have an application that solves both; but it is expensive.  Additionally, the abilities for maintaining aircraft are not as flexible as they want it to be and the customer support has proven unhelpful.  Attached is a screenshot of the daily flying schedule; which does work well for their needs.

A large drawback in the current maintenance abilities is that it also acts as inventory management.  This complicates the procedures and provides a lot of extra overhead to the application they do not desire.  A good maintenance ability for them may consist of only 2 parts: 1) a log of procedures performed on each aircraft and 2) display a schedule, similar to the flight schedule, of when procedures will need to be done next for each aircraft.

Deliverables

  • An ERD that solves the problems above
  • An Access Database that implements the ERD w/ sample data
  • Saved SQL queries that demonstrate usage of your DB
  • Documentation/presentation that summarizes your ERD/experiences

Deeper Insight to the Flight Schedule
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Other aircraft in the schedule

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Directions: Your research paper for this course is an expansion of your documented essay. Widen the thesis statement if necessary, add in several more body paragraphs, and cite (both via paraphrases and direct quotations) six-to-ten-scholarly sources. This essay, not counting your works cited page, should be 2000-2500 words long (approximately eight-to-ten pages).
Assignment and Outline:
a. Your introduction should familiarize your readers with your topic and clearly end with a strong, argumentative thesis statement – something that can be either agreed with or disagreed with by your reader.
b. Each of your several body paragraphs should begin with a clear topic sentence that supports the thesis statement and include at least TWO concrete examples that use paraphrase or quotations and are properly cited. Each example must be analyzed and explained in light of the topic sentence and the thesis statement.
c. Your conclusion should offer a solution or something further for your readers to ponder.
d. Finally, you should have a perfectly formatted works cited page attached to the back of this essay. Please use three-to-four sources. As always, avoid the use of the second-person (“you,” etc.) and use the first-person (“I,” “we,” etc.) only when absolutely necessary (such as when including an anecdote); use a plain font (11-to-12-point-sized); follow MLA manuscript guidelines; and include a word count at the end.

 

RES 811 Wk 4 Comparison Matrix , Outline and Paper

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Before beginning the synthesis process, it is important to become acquainted with the analysis and comparison of empirical articles. In this assignment, you will engage with the Comparison Matrix, a tool for analysis and comparison of empirical articles. You will also prepare an outline for a paper to be written based on the information gathered during your interaction with the matrix.

General Requirements:

Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment:

  • Locate and download “Comparison Matrix.”
  • Locate: Weidman, J. C., & Stein, E. L. (2003). Socialization of doctoral students to academic norms.Research in Higher Education,44(6), 641. Available athttp://library.gcu.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com.library.gcu.edu:2048/login.aspx?direct=true&db=ehh&AN=11092904&site=ehost-live&scope=site
  • Locate: Baker, V., & Lattuca, L. R. (2010). Developmental networks and learning: toward an interdisciplinary perspective on identity development during doctoral study.Studies in Higher Education,35(7), 807-827.http://library.gcu.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com.library.gcu.edu:2048/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=54329722&site=ehost-live&scope=site
  • Locate: Visser, L., Visser, Y. L., & Schlosser, C. (2003). Critical thinking distance education and traditional education.Quarterly Review of Distance Education,4(4), 401-407.http://library.gcu.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com.library.gcu.edu:2048/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=12620957&site=ehost-live&scope=site
  • This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
  • Doctoral learners are required to use APA style for their writing assignments. The APA Style Guide is located in the Student Success Center.
  • You are not required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Refer to the directions in the Student Success Center.

Directions:

Read the articles listed above.

Complete the Comparison Matrix for each of the articles.If a component is not found in the article, enter N/A in the related cell in the table.

Construct an outline for a paper that will explain and compare the articles you read for this assignment. The paper will require identification of elements and themes common to the articles as well as a statement of the conclusions that can be drawn when the articles are taken together as a single entity You will be writing the paper in the next assignment.

Paper for week 4 is also included more than 5 pages

 

Locate the Comparison Matrix you completed in the Module 2 assignment. Using the outline you developed, the information from the Comparison Matrix, and the feedback provided by your instructor, write a paper (750-1,000 words) that compares all three of the articles. Do that by including the following:

1.Follow the Comparison matrix Sample that attached 2. A statement of common elements and themes addressed in each of the three articles. 3. A statement of the conclusions that can be drawn when the articles are taken together as a single entity. What is the overall message of the group of articles?

 

RES 811 Annotated Bibliography and Outline

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Synthesis is the act of creating something new from multiple existing entities. Synthesis of research, then, is creating a new idea from existing ideas. Synthesis of research is not a single innate skill. Rather, it is a process learned through time and practice. In this assignment, you will engage in the last part of the synthesis process.

General Requirements:

Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment:

  • Refer to the annotated bibliography and outline you created in the Module 5 assignment along with the assignment feedback from your instructor.
  • Review: Lilienfeld, S. O., Waldman, I. D., Landfield, K., Watts, A. L., Rubenzer, S., & Faschingbauer, T. R. (2012). Fearless dominance and the U.S. presidency: Implications of psychopathic personality traits for successful and unsuccessful political leadership.Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,103(3), 489-505.http://library.gcu.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com.library.gcu.edu:2048/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=79301650&site=ehost-live&scope=site
  • Review: van Eeden, R., Cilliers, F., & van Deventer, V. (2008). Leadership styles and associated personality traits: Support for the conceptualisation of transactional and transformational leadership.South African Journal of Psychology,38(2), 253-267.http://library.gcu.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com.library.gcu.edu:2048/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=33720593&site=ehost-live&scope=site
  • Review: Odom, S. F., Boyd, B. L., & Williams, J. (2012). Impact of Personal Growth Projects on Leadership Identity Development.Journal of Leadership Education,11(1), 49-63.http://library.gcu.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com.library.gcu.edu:2048/login.aspx?direct=true&db=eric&AN=EJ980968&site=ehost-live&scope=site
  • This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
  • Doctoral learners are required to use APA style for their writing assignments. The APA Style Guide is located in the Student Success Center.
  • You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Refer to the directions in the Student Success Center.

Directions:

Locate the annotated bibliography and outline you created in the Module 5 assignment. Using the outline you developed, the information from the annotated bibliography, and the feedback provided by your instructor, write a paper (750-1,000 words) that synthesizes all three of the articles. Do that by including the following:

  1. A statement of common themes addressed in each of the three articles.
  2. A statement of the conclusions that can be drawn when the articles are taken together as a single entity. What is the overall message of the group of articles?

Synthesis Paper: Leadership

70.0 %Content
25.0 %Statement of Common Themes A statement of common themes is either missing or not evident to the reader. A statement of common themes is present, but inaccurate or illogical. A statement of common themes is presented, but is cursory and lacking in depth. A statement of common themes is present and thorough. A statement of common themes is thoroughly presented with rich detail.
25.0 %Statement of Conclusions A statement of the conclusions is not presented. A statement of the conclusions is presented, but inaccurate or illogical. A statement of the conclusions is presented, but is cursory and lacking in depth. A statement of the conclusions is presented and thorough. A statement of the conclusions is thoroughly presented with rich detail.
10.0 %Integration of Instructor Feedback Integration of instructor feedback is either missing or not evident to the reader. Integration of instructor feedback is vaguely attempted, but does not address the majority of instructor comments and suggestions. Integration of instructor feedback is evident though it appears as a disjointed, cursory addition. Most of the instructor comments and suggestions are addressed. Integration of instructor feedback is evident and relatively well incorporated into the natural flow of the paper. All instructor comments and suggestions are addressed. Integration of instructor feedback is evident and meaningful. It is seamlessly incorporated into the flow of the paper. All instructor comments and suggestions are addressed.
10.0 %Synthesis and Argument No synthesis of source information is evident. Statement of purpose is not followed to a justifiable conclusion. The conclusion does not support the claim made. Argument is incoherent and uses non-credible sources. Synthesis of source information is attempted, but is not successful. Sufficient justification of claims is lacking. Argument lacks consistent unity. There are obvious flaws in the logic. Some sources have questionable credibility. Synthesis of source information is present, but pedantic. Argument is orderly, but may have a few inconsistencies. The argument presents minimal justification of claims. Argument logically, but not thoroughly, supports the purpose. Sources used are credible. Introduction and conclusion bracket the thesis. Synthesis of source information is present and meaningful. Argument shows logical progressions. Techniques of argumentation are evident. There is a smooth progression of claims from introduction to conclusion. Most sources are authoritative. Synthesis of source information is present and scholarly. Argument is clear and convincing, presenting a persuasive claim in a distinctive and compelling manner. All sources are authoritative. The synthesis and argument in the paper are of publication caliber.
20.0 %Organization and Effectiveness
20.0 %Thesis Development and Purpose Paper lacks any discernible overall purpose or organizing claim. Thesis and/or main claim are insufficiently developed and/or vague; purpose is not clear. Thesis and/or main claim are apparent and appropriate to purpose. Thesis and/or main claim are clear and forecast the development of the paper. They are descriptive and reflective of the arguments and appropriate to the purpose. Thesis and/or main claim are clear and comprehensive; the essence of the paper is contained within the thesis. The development indicated by the thesis and/or main claim is acceptable for publication.
10.0 %Format
5.0 %Mechanics of Writing Mechanical errors are pervasive enough that they impede communication of meaning. Inappropriate word choice and/or sentence construction are used. Frequent and repetitive mechanical errors distract the reader. Inconsistencies in language choice (register), sentence structure, and/or word choice are present. Some mechanical errors or typos are present, but are not overly distracting to the reader. Correct sentence structure and audience-appropriate language are used. Prose is largely free of mechanical errors, although a few may be present. A variety of sentence structures and effective figures of speech are used. Writer is clearly in command of standard, written, academic English.
5.0 %APA Format Required format is rarely followed correctly. An appropriate number of topic-related scholarly research sources and related in-text citations is not present. No reference page is included. No citations are used. Required format is attempted, but some elements are missing or mistaken. A lack of control with formatting is apparent. Some included sources are not scholarly research or topic-related. Reference page is present. Citations are inconsistently used. Required format is used correctly, although some minor errors may be present. Scholarly research sources are present and topic-related, but the source and quality of some references is questionable. Reference page is included and lists sources used in the paper. Sources are appropriately documented, although some errors may be present. Required format is fully used. There are virtually no errors in formatting style. Scholarly research accounts for the majority of sources presented and is topic-related and obtained from reputable professional sources. Reference page is present and fully inclusive of all cited sources. Documentation is appropriate and citation style is usually correct. The document is correctly formatted to publication standards. All research presented is scholarly, topic-related, and obtained from highly respected, professional, original sources. In-text citations and a reference page are complete and correct. The documentation of cited sources is free of error. The paper could readily be accepted for publication.
100 %Total Weightage