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Overview This hands-on lab allows you to follow and experiment with the critical steps of developing a program including the program description, analysis, test plan, design, and implementation with C code. The example provided uses sequential, repetition, selection statements and user-defined functions.

Program Description Write a program that will allow the user to select from a variety of mathematical functions, evaluate that function at a numerical value, and keep going until the user enters a selection indicating that the user is done with the program. The program should be written in such a way that adding new functions to the source code is relatively easy.

Interaction A menu will be presented to the user as a prompt. The exact menu will depend upon the actual functions currently available in the program. Here is one typical interaction, where a, b, c, etc. represent function selections. >Make a selection: a: a(x) = x*x b: b(x) = x*x*x c: c(x) = x^2 + 2*x + 7 q: quit Enter selection and value, or q: a 3.45 c(3.45) = 3.45^2 + 2*3.45 + 7 = 25.80

Analysis 1. Use float data types for input, calculations and results. 2. Create a main input loop to select a function or quit. 3. Create a good prompt, including a list of possible selections to help the user. 4. Include appropriate printf functions within the math functions. 5. Make the main method simple by using a while loop, and a menu function which will return a special number if the user chooses the quit option. a. while (menu () == 0); b. if the menu function returns a 0 then continue c. returning any other value will end the program. 6. Use the ^ symbol in the display to indicate a power of x, i.e., x^4 means x*x*x*x. 7. Write a simple message when the program is over, such as “… bye …”. Page 2 of 6 Test Plan To verify this program is working properly the following input values an

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David Doe is a network administrator for the ABC Company. David is passed over for promotion three times. He is quite vocal in his dissatisfaction with this situation. In fact, he begins to express negative opinions about the organization in general. Eventually, David quits and begins his own consulting business. Six months after David’s departure, it is discovered that a good deal of the ABC Company’s research has suddenly been duplicated by a competitor. Executives at ABC suspect that David Doe has done some consulting work for this competitor and may have passed on sensitive data. However, in the interim since David left, his computer has been formatted and reassigned to another person. ABC has no evidence that David Doe did anything wrong.

What steps might have been taken to detect David’s alleged industrial espionage?

What steps might have been taken to prevent his perpetrating such an offense?

Write your answer using a WORD document. Do your own work. Submit here. Note your Safe Assign score. Score must be less than 25 for full credit.

You have three attempts.

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Please watch the video in the “Readings and Resources” section above on equal pay and share your views on whether we have an equal pay problem in the U.S. and why or why not? Have you or anyone close to you ever experienced gender pay inequality on the job? If yes, please explain.

Readings and Resources

CourseSmart Textbook:

Milkovich, George T., Newman, J. M., & Gerhart, B. (2014). Compensation (11th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

  • Chapter 17 – Government and Legal Issues in Compensation
  • Chapter 18 – Management: Making it Work

Articles & Websites:

Monica Parpal, M.; Labor Cost Standards in the Food Industry:

  • This article provides an example of the types of labor costs employers can control in the restaurant business.

Andre, C. & Velasquez, M. (n.d.). Comparable worth. Santa Clara University.

  • This article seeks to make a case in support of “Comparable Worth.”

Reed, L. W. (1994, September). Comparable worth or incomparably worthless. Mackinac Center for Public Policy.

  • This article seeks to make a case against “Comparable Worth.”

Videos:

Watch Video There Is No Gender Wage Gap

Duration: 5:30
User: n/a – Added: 3/6/17

YouTube URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QcDrE5YvqTs

Here is another look at this controversial issue. This video covers some of the real logic behind the “Gender Wage Gap”.

Watch Video The Evolving Compensation Function

Duration: (7:10)
User: worldatworktv – Added: 8/28/12

YouTube URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2l2-k5HYuA

Use the video to assist you with your response for Unit 8.1 DB: Equal Pay for Equal Work. This video seeks to address the widely reported and often politicized debate over equal pay for women. In this video compensation experts Cathy Peffen and Julie Griffin discuss results of a survey of the changing role of compensation and career advice for early-career professionals.


Supplemental Resources:

United States Department of Labor

  • The U.S. Department of Labor’s mission is “to foster, promote, and develop the welfare of the wage earners, job seekers, and retirees of the United States; improve working conditions; advance opportunities for profitable employment; and assure work-related benefits and rights.” This website provides information on relevant Federal laws, regulations, employment statistics and study reports on employment in the United States.

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While we await the response from the Office of Human Research to begin our interview process, we should begin to craft a survey. Many of your “qualitative interview instrument” proposed questions are a better fit for a survey (which seems to be your class’s preference). While a good qualitative interview to initiate a project is best as unstructured or semi-structured, surveys tend to work for larger samples with a bit more direction. Of course, BIAS needs to be considered and avoided where possible (you will get the responses to support your preconceived notions if you are not careful in neutral question construction and the options (prompts) that you create. Not a desirable thing when you are trying to discover new information, perceptions, or opinions.

Pool the themes that emerged from your interview outlines and build a survey for administration to a cohort of University members on their personal preparation for seventy-two hours of self-support after a major disaster with power failure and water supply issues.

Who, what, when, where, and why, or why not! What preparation and experience does the subject have or intend to obtain?

Please develop twenty (20) questions that could be built into a survey research tool. Not more than 5 (five) of these should be ‘demographic’ or defining of the respondent (age, gender, education, marital status, income, etc.)

Please discuss why you choose the format (free text, multiple-choice, true/false-yes/no, etc.) for each question that you did, and what information you hope to learn from the question. (Generally, even when you do categorize answer options, leave an “other” write-in option to avoid losing your ability to elicit a perspective you did not previously consider. Multiple choice questions etc. allow for faster analysis, but you lose richness.

Jason’s initial response to the interview outline is a good example of “clustering” selections (specifically the age question). Consider what age group clusters make logical sense in terms of anticipated perspectives and responsibilities.

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Organization Design and Development- MGT 404

Please check the attached file and let me know if you have any questions.

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Answer 1

Economic Development of a country is directly or indirectly related to several factors and one of the strongest constraints is corruption. Corruption has different effects on economic development. The performance of the market’s economy is based on the different types of corruption within and outside the country. Many market people consider corruption a grease on the wheels which means once the corruption is started at a point it keeps on expanding in different departments of the economy (Huang, 2016). The economic development decides whether a country is developing or developed country. Bribery is one type of corruption where individuals bribe another individual for the benefits of work being done which directly affects economic development. Bribery corruption leads to a decrease in real sales, labor wages, labor productivity in industrial firms. The performance of the company and the laborers are also affected by such kind of corruption. If the bribery dispersion rate is high, then the sales and labor productivity of the firm is most affected. The countries economy comes from industrial firms and they are the main reason for a country’s economic development. Therefore, the individuals who work in the public and private firms, they need to be ethical following all rules and regulations of the organization. The corruption also leads to an increase in the price of the products, an increase in taxes on imports and exports and results in low quality of the product. The market economy is like chain effect and has significant impact on the price and quality. Another kind of corruption is making the prices higher which are also illegal costs and leads to corrupt transactions (Song, Chang & Gong, 2020).

References:

Huang, C. J. (2016). Is corruption bad for economic growth? Evidence from Asia-Pacific countries. The North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 35, 247-256.

Song, C. Q., Chang, C. P., & Gong, Q. (2020). Economic growth, corruption, and financial development: Global evidence. Economic Modelling.

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Answer 2

If corruption levels are high in any economy then it is definitely highly afflicted by it. This means in such an economy often it is witnessed that power is misused in context to money or authority for achieving specific targets or goals using unfair, dishonest or illegitimate methods. These ways followed cannot help an economy prosper completely since corruption brings development down. Corrupted nations and economies can never function in an effective manner. This is because it often comes in between natural legal norms and regulations (Jimenez & Pulos, 2016). Political as well as economic activities and operations are obstructed and are corrupted which ultimately makes the society suffer.

Correlation between the amount of corruption in a country and economic development

It is difficult for any nation to erase corruption completely. It is observed that countries that have emerging economies in the market have high corruption levels than what is found in developed nations. Here is the co-relation between them listed below:

a) A high level of the price asked for low-quality goods and services: Corruption in some nations can be witnessed in the way deals are being made in such places. The varied economic operations and activities, development of structures such as oligopolies or monopolies are common in a corrupted nation. Connections are used by business enterprises for using capital to bribe government officials and authorities (Ondo, 2017). Market mechanisms and policies are modified and tweaked through bribing.

b) Resource allocation is inefficient: In general, business organizations select distributors and suppliers using tendering processes. Tender is a request or a proposal made by companies. These usually serve as market mechanisms for enabling a process in which suppliers are chosen and they offer the best price and quality of goods and services. Corrupted economies or companies are such that tenders or request proposals are only awarded illegitimately ad on the basis of bribing.

c) Wealth is distributed in an uneven manner: A corrupted economy is featured by small or a middle class in a misappropriate manner. The living standard which exists between the lower and the upper class is varied significantly in such an economy which is corrupted. Most capital or funding of such countries are usually collected in corrupted people or oligarchs. The wealth is flowing only to such individuals. Small businesses do not get encouraged to be developed as there are illegal pressures as well as unfair completion (Mauro, 2017).

d) Innovation Stimulation is much less: Corrupted economies are characterized by low morale and confidence. Hence people lose their confidence often over the legal systems and judgments. Innovation related eagerness and initiatives are hence quite low. Often it is found that judgments are rugged and there is a huge amount of favoritism going on and this looses the morale of potential innovators. Bribing the authorities is a common way people use to approve their works in a corrupted nation. Hence the overall incentive to do something new is low.

So, in a nutshell, it can be said that if countries engaged in corruption then they cannot see economic development fast.

References

Jimenez, G., & Pulos, E. (2016). Good Corporation, Bad Corporation (2nd ed., p. 235). USA: Open Suny Textbooks.

Ondo, A. (2017). Corruption and Economic Growth: The Case of EMCCA. Theoretical Economics Letters, 07(05), 1292-1305. doi: 10.4236/tel.2017.75088

Mauro, P. (2017). Corruption and Growth. The Quarterly Journal Of Economics, 110(3), 681-712. doi: 10.2307/2946696

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Step 1: Interview

For this assignment, you will interview a professional in your future career field to gain insight into your future discourse community. You should not interview one of your professors.

It is preferable to interview the subject in person. The interview should cover 1) your subject’s background and career path; 2) your subject’s current role and responsibilities; and 3) your subject’s insight on the types of communication skills required for advancing in your field.

Step 2: Outside Research

Find a minimum of 2 outside sources (articles, journals) that give you additional information about your future discourse community – for example, what types of work or jobs someone in that field would have, or what the requirements will be for those jobs in the future. The outside sources must be cited within the Discipline Investigation report. Make sure that the outside sources you add are relevant to the content you are discussing in that specific section and are meaningful. You must also provide in-text citation where you add these sources. You might also research additional genres of writing that might be used in your field. Note: Step 2 can be done while you are arranging the interview. You do not have to wait until your interview is done.

Step 3: Prepare Report

Your Discipline Investigation will report the information you learned during your interview and outside research, providing an introduction and conclusion to share how your own expectations about the field may have changed or broadened in doing this assignment.

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INTRODUCTION

Your introduction should include a brief overview of the discourse community you investigated for this assignment and provide a very short background on why you chose your field of study and what your expectations were before you conducted the interview and outside research.

INTERVIEW REPORT

Background & Career Path

Introduce your interview subject, giving details of the subject’s background and education to show why the subject chose that profession and how he/she got started in the field. You will also need to give some explanation of the subject’s career path so far, highlighting particular positions or stepping stones to the current role. Possible topics to discuss in this section include:

  • What requirements or skills were needed before entering the field
  • The expectations and surprises your subject had in entering that profession
  • Jobs your subject had leading up to the current position

Outside sources (articles) that add additional or supporting information may be used in this section.

Roles & Responsibilities

Provide an overview of your interview subject’s current role at his/her place of employment, explaining the responsibilities of that position and how it fits into the overall structure of the company or organization. Your subject should also give you a general sense of the types of jobs and career paths common in that field. Possible topics to discuss in this section include:

  • The subject’s job responsibilities in his/her place of employment
  • Types of jobs people in this profession have
  • The skills and qualifications your subject’s job requires
  • The biggest challenges the subject faces in this job

Outside sources (articles) that add additional or supporting information may be used in this section.

Communication Skills

Explain the types of reading and writing typically required in your field of interest. Provide an overview of the communication skills that are most important in your field. For example, some occupations demand the ability to work collaboratively on reports, while others may require an ability to respond clearly and concisely to time-sensitive email inquiries. Possible topics include:

  • The types of reading and writing required in your subject’s daily responsibilities
  • The typical audience for written communication (co-workers, clients, general public, etc.)
  • The communication skills your subject finds most important in his/her role

Outside sources (articles) that add additional or supporting information may be used in this section.

CONCLUSION

Share your thoughts on what most surprised or interested you about your interview and research. Did it change your expectations about your chosen field? For the remainder of your undergraduate studies, what further skills, knowledge, or experience (such as an internship) will you need to develop to help prepare you for the start of your career?

REFERENCES

Include a list of your outside sources (at least two are required). Use the style that is used in your field of interest (for example, APA, MLA, etc.). Do not forget to include in text citations in the report.

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Zero growth: Knight Supply Corp. has not grown for the past several years and expects this lack of of growth to continue. The firm last paid a dividend of $3.56. If you require a rate of return of 13 percent, what is the current stock price?

question 2

First, spend a couple of sentences summarizing the Concepts in Action video you watched this week. Then, answer the following. In the Concepts in Action video you watched this week, the speaker mentioned, “A stock is fundamentally more difficult to value than a bond, because it’s less quantitative.” Why do you think this is so (think about intrinsic vs. market value)?

Requirements:

  • Your discussion board response should be approximately 200 words. APA format for all references is expected
  • Read and respond in approximately 100 words to at least 2 of your peers within this discussion forum. References are not required for your responses to your colleagues. Your responses are due no later than Tuesday at midnight Eastern Time.
  • Correct grammar, spelling and punctuation are expected.
  • Use the Create Thread button to respond.

question 3

Discuss the purpose and role of benefits administration and claims adjudication within a managed care organization

  1. Your initial post should be at least 250 words. with citation

question 4

  1. The privacy and security provisions of HIPAA are complex. HIPAA allows states to establish stricter standards than those in HIPAA, but not less strict versions.For this assignment, research two real-life examples of HIPAA violations of privacy or security laws that occurred in the U.S. since the passage of the HIPAA law (after 1996). Each violation described should be serious, and one that resulted in a fine or penalty for the individual or company involved.
    • You can find real-life examples of HIPAA violations in news reports, medical journals, professional health care publications, and other similar reliable factual sources

    For each example violation, include the following information:1. A complete, descriptive summary of the case:

    • How did the HIPAA violation occur?
    • What policies, if any, did the organization have in place to protect against the violation?
    • What was the penalty for the violation (fine, prison terms, termination of employment, etc?)

    2. Finally, describe three ways in which the organization could have prevented the violations.Requirements:Submit your essay in a Word document. This assignment must be at least 500 words, with at least four references cited properly in APA format, and a title page (APA format). This assignment must be well- written with proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Follow the rubric.

question 5

E-cigarettes (vaping) have been touted as a safer alternative to smoking. However, recent studies have pointed to many side-effects to vaping. The amount of students who are vaping has also significantly increased. Should e-cigarettes still be considered as a safer alternative to smoking? Should the FDA (Food Drug Administration) increase warning people about the possible dangers of vaping? Should the government increase regulation of companies that are targeting teenagers to start vaping? Read the articles below to help formulate your conclusions. You may also use your own research. Use data to support your conclusions.

Regular E-Cigarette Use Associated with CVD Risk Markers
Study: Lead and Other Toxic Metals Found in E-Cigarette Vapors

  1. Your initial post should be at least 200 words and must be posted by the Saturday before the lesson is due.

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The data in the table below describes characteristics of the 38 persons who ate food at or from a church supper in Texas in August 2001. Fifteen of these persons later developed botulism.

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  1. Construct a 2×2 contingency table (see textbook p. 47) of the disease by exposure to chicken.
  2. Construct a 2×2 contingency table (see textbook p. 47) of the disease by exposure to chili.
  3. Construct a 2×2 contingency table (see textbook p. 47) of the disease by exposure to Spinach.

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2. The use of cellular phones has been associated with the development of brain cancer, as evidenced in several studies. However, other studies have shown no such association. The table below includes the results of a case–control study of brain tumors and the regular use of cellular phones. This study was conducted using a control group made up of a random sample of the population of high school students who attended the same schools where the students with brain tumors were found.

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  1. How many study subjects were cases?
  2. How many study subjects were controls?
  3. What was the ratio of controls to cases?
  4. Calculate the odds ratio that compares exposure to cellular phones among those with andwithout the disease.
  5. Make a conclusion based on the calculated odds ratio
  1. Consider the risk of developing breast cancer for women related to the age which they had their first child.
    1. Calculate the odds ratio.
    2. What does this value mean?
  2. A cohort study was conducted to study the association of coffee drinking and anxiety in a population-based sample of adults. Among 10,000 coffee drinkers, 500 cases of anxiety were observed. Among 20,000 adults who do not drink coffee, 200 cases of anxiety were observed.
    a. Construct a 2×2 contingency table for the data.b. What is the relative risk of anxiety associated with coffee use? c. What does this value mean?
  3. Of 2,472 people who had received radiation treatment in childhood because of enlarged thymus, cancer of the thyroid developed in 24 and benign thyroid tumor developed in 52. A comparison group consisted of 3,055 children who had received no such treatment (brothers and sisters of those who had received radiation treatment). During the follow-up period, one of the comparison group developed thyroid cancer, but benign thyroid tumors developed in 6.
    1. Construct TWO 2×2 contingency tables for the data. One is for thyroid cancer and the other table is for benign thyroid tumors.
    2. Calculate the relative risk for benign thyroid tumors. Calculate the relative risk for thyroid cancer.
    3. Explain the results.

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·Students must mention question number clearly in their answer.

·Late submission will NOT be accepted.

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