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Design a VLSM scheme

| July 30, 2014

Design a VLSM scheme

Two years later, your company has changed ISPs again, and the new ISP gave the company a new IP range.  You now must redesign the subnets to meet the needs of each department. However, the routing protocol has recently changed and your router now uses OSPF, which supports VLSM.  Your IP range is now 30.30.30.0/24, and the number of needed IP addresses has changed as well.

What Class of address has the ISP given you?
What is the default subnet mask for that Class?
What subnet mask were you given to use?
Is your range a network unto itself, or a subnet of a larger network?
How many total IP addresses do you have available in the network given to you?

The company has experienced some growth, especially the Sales department. You’ve been given the following information for how many IP addresses each department now needs:

Subnet    Department    # IP addresses
A    Accounting    5
B    Sales    55
D    Inventory    20
E    Management    5
F    Drivers/Loaders    9

Using VLSM design, list the first five valid subnet ranges in the table below.

Subnet    # IP addresses    Subnet ID    Subnet mask    Valid Host IP Range
A    5
B    55
C    20
D    5
E    9

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Finance and Accounting

| July 30, 2014

Project description
•Chapter 7: P4

Problem 4-Assume personal income was $ 28 million last year. Personal outlays were $ 20 million and personal current taxes were $ 5 million. a. What was the amount of disposable personal income last year? b. What was the amount of personal saving last year? c. Calculate personal saving as a percentage of disposable personal income.

•Chapter 8: P4
A thirty- year U. S. Treasury bond has a 4.0 percent interest rate. In contrast, a ten- year Treasury bond has an interest rate of 3.7 percent. If inflation is expected to average 1.5 percentage points over both the next ten years and thirty years, determine the maturity risk premium for the thirty- year bond over the ten- year bond.

•Chapter 9: P6
Determine the present values if $ 5,000 is received in the future ( i. e., at the end of each indicated time period) in each of the follow-ing situations: a. 5 percent for ten years b. 7 percent for seven years c. 9 percent for four years

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Vegetarianism

| July 30, 2014

Using your skeletal outline as your guide and information from the  book, create an outline for your Persuasive speech You must submit outline by the time speech is due.  If you wish for me to review send it at least 72 hours prior to due date. The outline should be a Microsoft Word document sent as an attchment from the “Assignments” folder. Submit your topic map as well. See attached file for elements needed in your topic map.

The outline should include a bibliography of the work cited during the speech in either MLA or APA format. Review information on how to conduct research online. You may also review the Citation Power  point which can be found in the content browser under “Home”, marked “Additional Important Speech Information”
The outline should be a Microsoft Word document sent as an attchment from the “Assignments” folder.

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Robert Nozick “The Experience Machine”

| July 30, 2014

Robert Nozick “The Experience Machine”

Project description
The point of this paper assignment is for you to explore more fully one of the ethical issues that we’ve covered in class. In the paper you will pick one of the assigned readings listed below, and: (a) explain the case that the author makes in favor of a particular position on a particular ethical issue, (b) offer the best criticism you can find (or think up) of that author’s case, (c) offer the best response that you think the author can make to that criticism, and (d) give your final assessment of the debate.

Part (a): Explain the case made by the author in the paper
• Clearly specify the author’s precise position on the issue in question
o For example, you would not simply say “Jane Doe is anti-abortion”, but specify: “Jane Doe argues that abortion is prima facie morally prohibited, but this prohibition can be overridden in such-and-such situations.”
• Fully explain the case made by the author
o If the author makes a clear argument, spell it out step by step
o If the author uses a thought experiment, give an overview of it and fully explain how it is meant to support the author’s position
• Specify the moral premise or principle that the author is relying on to make his or her case

Part (b): Offer the best criticism that you can find (or think of)
• Explicitly specify which aspect(s) of the author’s case is being criticized
o Challenging the validity or the argument?
o Challenging the truth of a premise?
o Challenging the moral equivalence between the thought experiment and the real-life scenario?
• Outside sources are permitted, but you absolutely must cite them. If you offer a criticism that someone else has already offered, you must cite that author or else you will be subject to plagiarism charges.

Part (c): Offer the best response to that criticism
• Put yourself in the author’s shoes and think how you would respond to the criticism
• Outside sources are permitted, but you absolutely must cite them. If you offer a response that someone else has already offered, you must cite that author or else you will be subject to plagiarism charges.

Part (d): Assess
• Is the criticism in (b) fatal, or does the response in (c) succeed and save the author’s position?
• Where do you personally stand on this issue in the end? Has your position changed since before you started reading, thinking, and writing about the issue? Explain how and why.

Rough length estimates
Intro and “roadmap”: about half of a page
Part (a): about 2 pages
Part (b): about 1 page
Part (c): about 1 page
Part (d): about 1 page

Requirements:
• Include an accurate word count as part of your heading
• Begin your paper with an introductory paragraph featuring a “roadmap” outlining the rest of your paper.
• Cite all direct quotations: “This is a sample quotation from page 78 of Matt Miller’s imaginary best-selling book” (Miller 78).
• If you consult any materials outside of the required course readings, you must include them in a Works Cited section at the end of your paper. “Consult” doesn’t mean that you directly quoted the material in your paper, it just means that it informed or influenced your paper in some way. Even if you don’t quote it directly or discuss it in depth, you still must cite it.
• Format: Double-spaced, size 12 font, normal margins

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Leadership: Understanding its global impact

| July 30, 2014

Leadership: Understanding its global impact

USE TEXTBOOK Dalglish, C., & Miller, P. (2010). Leadership: Understanding its global impact (1 st ed.). Tilde University Press.
ISBN:

978073 461 0799

For Topic (a): Critically discuss how culture is expressed in your organisation and how this expression helps or hinders
your organisation’s effectiv eness.

1. Define culture.

2. Provide an ov erview of your organisation

3.Detail the nature of culture

in your organisation

what is the ‘culture’ of your organisation (provide evidence)
what is the impact of that culture

(positive and negative) on your organisation (provide evidence)

4.Provide a conclusion

NOTE: This is primarily a ‘case study’

that requires you to analyse your organisation in quite practical terms. Other than defining culture, it is not primarily a
theoretical’ assignment requiring you to draw significantly from the literature

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CASE STUDY ANALYSIS OF STATE BANK OF INDIA

| July 30, 2014

CASE STUDY ANALYSIS OF STATE BANK OF INDIA

Project description
Please read the whole Case study about State Bank of India. You also have to read the guidelines for the case study analysis that I have attached.

Executive summary (600 words)
The major problems, causes and recommendations should be clearly stated

Chapter 1: (900 words)
*Introduction
*Background – Present briefly the key facts and major assumptions. Diagnose what problems, issues and challenges the company is facing. Explore the significant factors in the organisations internal and external environments.
*Statement of the problem – Include a concise statement of the major problems identified, prioritise the major/minor problems. Identify the relationships between the problems. (This should be relatively brief).
*Research questions (eg, diagnose the key issues facing the company)
*Research aims (1) and objectives (3)
*Significance of the study
*Structure of the report

Chapter 2 – Case brief (900 words)
Analyse the problems more specifically. Analyse 4 problems from 4 different areas. (eg. Marketing, HR or any other depending on the problems the company is facing).

Chapter 3 – Literature review + methodology (1000 words)
Problems and plans of analysis.
Talk about the tools which can be used to solve the specific problems.
(Eg, Marketing problems within the company can be solved by using for instance, STP ,BCG, ANSOFF, GE 7Ps etc). For every problem area -> use 2 tools

Chapter 4 – Marketing Analysis (1400 words)
More detailed implementation of the tools.

Chapter 5 – Solutions and recommendations (1200 words)
Mission, visions, goals, objectives, strategies etc.

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Entrepreneurship

| July 30, 2014

Project instructions:

1. From the case study, suggest a new business strategy for this company, forecasting potential growth for the next five years. Determine the steps that the company should explore to improve the business while minimizing financial risk. Note: Use the PlanningShop?s Business Plan Financial package to support your strategy. The PlanningShop?s Business Plan Financial package is located in the online course shell.

2. Speculate on at least two potential challenges that your new business strategy may experience as a result of this new approach. Next, suggest the methods that the company can take to confront these challenges.

3. Evaluate the financial planning process for new business ventures in terms of how it both challenges and benefits new ventures. Provide an example of each (i.e., challenges and benefits) from industry to support your position.

4. Determine the key benefits and challenges of using bootstrapping for financial planning. Provide at least two examples of businesses that can lend themselves to bootstrapping as a means of raising money. Support your response.

1. Select two well-known companies from the same industry, and then analyze their identities / brand images by evaluating their differences and similarities. Determine what sets each core message apart from competitors.

2. Evaluate how a company?s brand identity promotes customer loyalty and retention in terms of customer service, competitive price, communication, special treatment, and loyalty and rewards programs. Provide an example to support your evaluation.

3. From the case study, evaluate Blendtec?s current marketing strategy in terms of how it engages target customers. Next, suggest two to three other marketing techniques / tactics requiring a limited advertising budget that Blendtec could consider in order to engage target customers.

4. Interpret offbeat campaign. Next, select a company and analyze how its product or service can be suitable for an offbeat campaign. Provide at least three examples of how this tactic can attract new customers.

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Judging Yourself

| July 30, 2014

Judging Yourself

Project instructions:
You are a judge who believes that individuals should be allowed to choose when to die.

You personally had to watch both your parents die long and agonizing deaths because your state does not have a right-to-die statute. Before you is a doctor who is being prosecuted for giving a lethal dose of morphine to a patient dying of terminal cancer. The family of the patient did not want the prosecution, the majority of the public is not in favor of the prosecution, but the prosecutor believes that if there is a law in place, it should be enforced. The doctor has opted for a bench trial.

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Prestige Cruise Holdings

| July 30, 2014

Please make sure you divide the sections by blocks,and name them with titles highlighted, and if you cannot find some information on the internet about the company, you can just make things up, as long as if they seem real, and of course related to a cruise company!!!

Please let me know if there is something you didn’t understand so i can help you in writing the paper better.

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populist position that size of governmen

| July 30, 2014

Project instructions:
Today we often hear of the populist position that size of government must be reduced. Yet we never hear from anyone arguing that government should be larger. For this examination, write an essay of no less than 600 words meeting standard APA requirements, making a case for larger government.

(Hint #1: Think about the problems our nation’s leaders experienced with the Articles of Confederation.)

(Hint #2: Consider the powers shared by the federal government and states.)

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