Complete Short Law Discussion Post NO PLAGIARISM

Question B

  • The material for this week discusses the way that the common law tradition finds a middle ground between tradition and evolving in response to changing conditions.
  • Identify an example of the courts changing the law in response to changes in technology or society. Was this change for the better? Why or why not?

This is a music appreation assignment

This is a music appreaciton assignment. i need to answer the following questions. They could be short paragraphs it doesnt have to have many details. It could be single spaced or double spaces the lenght does not matter. The details have to be based on “kyrie” from Missa O Magnun Mysterium by the Renaissance Spanish composer Tomas Luis de Victoria.

Tulsa Community College Ex Machina Movie Review

For this paper, I will give you two options–write a ONE page (250 words or so) paper as if it were a movie review that you might read in a newspaper, either saying what you think Ex Machina is trying to show us about the AI future we may be facing (one key point you can develop in that space), OR fleshing out the analogy between the Buster Scruggs vignette involving the Liam Neeson character who exchanges a limbless body reciting the classics of Western civilization for Gallus mathematicus, a chicken who knows arithmetic, and what is happening to the Humanities at TU.

College of DuPage Jefferson and the Presidency Essay

Primary Source Essay 3 (35 points)

Complete the Primary Source Essay 3 by choosing one of the three selections below.

Essay Instructions:

Select ONE of the primary source readings from those included below and write an essay on the selection. In writing this essay, integrate information from the textbook with the primary source reading. Write an introduction paragraph and present a thesis to the reader. Choose relevant and specific examples to support your arguments in an appropriate number of body paragraphs. Write a unified essay while answering each of the bulleted questions and organize the information by placing it in logical sequence. Come to a conclusion in a separate paragraph.

The use of any other sources beyond the one(s) assigned as well as the textbook in writing the essay is not expected. If other sources are used to gather information they must be documented and “historical” or written by a professional historian. If information (not just quotations) is used from a source and not documented, that is plagiarism, a form of cheating. See the section on documentation and Academic Honesty in the Syllabus. Also, if direct quotations are used from the sources assigned, textbook, or any other material they must be properly documented and a works cited page included.

Essays should be 700 to 900 words long, double-spaced with normal margins, in a 12 font, and your name and a title at the top.Indicate paragraph separation by indenting the first line rather than adding additional space. The essay should be in formal English, using proper spelling, grammar and punctuation. Late papers may be downgraded 10% for every day late. Again, 700 words is the minimum requirement. Failure to follow through on these guidelines will result in a less than desirable grade. Save the essay with your last name and Primary Source Essay 3 as the title.

Submit the essay by following the instructions associated with the link at the bottom of this page.

Assignment Selections:

Reading Texts in Older English:

The selections below are from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Because many of the words used may be unfamiliar, use a dictionary. Read these sources slowly to extract the meaning and treat every clause like a sentence. Always look for the declarative statement that the author is trying to convey amidst his ornamentation. After becoming more accustomed to reading these texts, students can begin to relish the beauty of the language. Since written language was the only mode of distance communication, even people with very little formal education wrote very well.

Primary Source Selections and Topics (the readings are available directly below these instructions):

1. READ:

Sources: Jefferson and the Presidency
Using the text and primary source readings, write an essay on the development of the presidency and its powers under Jefferson and Madison while answering the following questions:

  • In his First Inaugural Address how did Jefferson explain his vision of the ideal government and the responsibilities of the president?
  • How successful was Jefferson in carrying out that vision during his presidency?
  • How did Jefferson justify his Louisiana Purchase when it clearly was not in accordance with what he viewed as the role of the federal government?
  • What challenges under Jefferson and Madison led to the increasing complex government?


Sources: Indian Removal Documents
Using the text and primary source readings, write an essay on the causes and results of Indian Removal while answering the following questions:

  • What was foundation of the argument by the anonymous Cherokee?
  • According to the Cherokee, what were some of the problems associated with moving to Arkansas?
  • What points did Jackson suggest to Whites as to why the relocation was necessary? What were the main arguments given to Native Americans as to why they should move?
  • Were Jackson’s actions regarding Native American relocation understandable or unforgivable?


Sources: Film as a Primary Source (the folder below contains a document to read and a short 1915 film to watch)
Using the text (read ahead: Chapter 11, section 11.3), a reading in the file, and the film, write an essay on the battle for the Alamo, the film Martyrs of the Alamo, and the concept of historical memory:

  • How does the film, Martyrs of the Alamo, treat the subject matter? What agenda does it appear to have?
  • What does the film demonstrate about national perceptions of race in the early twentieth century?
  • What is “historical memory”?
  • How does Martyrs relate to the concept of “historical memory”?

Here is the link for the book

CPMGT302 Phoenix Role of Risk Management in Contracting Administration Discussion

Discuss the role that risk management plays in contracting and contract administration. What things can an organization do to minimize problems arising from broken or inadequately fulfilled contracts? Share an example from your own work experience or from materials you’ve read in the course so far. 175 word

PGU Womens Health Public Health Fibrocystic Breasts Disease Paper

It’s not at all uncommon to have fibrocystic breasts. More than half of women experience fibrocystic breast changes at some point in their lives. In fact, medical professionals have stopped using the term “fibrocystic breast disease” and now simply refer to “fibrocystic breasts” or “fibrocystic breast changes” because having fibrocystic breasts isn’t really a disease. Breast changes categorized as fibrocystic are considered normal.

Discuss the symptoms and cause as well as the diagnosis and treatment of women who present with fibrocystic breast. Include patient education, suggested lifestyle changes and recommended self-management.

No errors with APA 6th edition format.

Consistently uses Standard American English with no misspellings. Appropriate mechanics and formatting.

3 peer reviewed references

The post is at least 200 words.This does not include repeating the DB question or the citations and references.

Alternate Inventory Methods

Use a Word or Excel document to address the following problems:

  • P 9-3 on page 517.
    • This problem focuses on inventory issues related to the gross profit method of inventory accounting.
  • P 9-4 on page 517.
    • Apply your knowledge of the retail inventory valuation method to address the problem.

Where appropriate, show all calculations leading to the final solution.

ENG2206 Troy University Privilege in Society Essay

You will write an essay response to the topic posed below using only readings on the syllabus from the first four weeks of this course. Only readings listed on the syllabus by these authors are eligible for the exam: Behn, Swift, Voltaire, Bashō, Equiano, Wordsworth, Keats, Ramabai and Tolstoy.

Your essay response must be a minimum of 750 words (there is no maximum, but try to avoid writing a book), and it must be in conventional essay format (contain an introduction, body paragraphs, and a conclusion). While you may use some of an author’s biography to make your point, keep in mind that your discussion should include a discussion of the texts we have read in class and not rely solely on biographical information. Any paraphrases or direct quotations of material from the texts you are using must be properly punctuated (clear use of quotation marks for direct quotations, for example) and must contain a parenthetical citation (in MLA or APA format) noting the page number of the material. There is no need for a works cited page if you’re using the assigned textbook, but if you’re using any other version of the assigned texts, you must provide a works cited page, noting full bibliographical information for your source material, with the submitted exam. This should be entirely your own argument, and you are not allowed to use any secondary material in this exam (your textbook or the text itself is your only source).

As much as these are your own arguments, you should minimize your use of “I” unless absolutely necessary.

I would also argue against cutting and pasting information from your discussion posts and using that as the core content for your essays. If you choose to do so and heavily revise that content, it can work, but some students have used it as a shortcut method for completing the exam in the past, and it tends not to work well without carefully tailoring that information to the specific question posed below.

Your completed exam will be uploaded via a link in the course shell in Canvas (found under “Modules”). The Turnitin link will allow for cut and paste uploads, but I prefer you use the upload feature to avoid the potential for lost points due to formatting errors (files formatted for Microsoft Word® [.doc/.docx], OpenOffice Text [.odt], WordPerfect® [.wpd], PostScript [.ps/.eps], HTML, Hangul Word Processor file [.hwp], Rich text format [.rtf], Plain text [.txt], Google Docs via Google Drive™, and Adobe® PDF are accepted). **If you are using an Apple product to type your paper, Pages files (from Apple’s word processing app) tend not to load right in Turnitin, so make sure you save the file as a Rich Text Format file or some other option when you go to “save” in Pages or there may be issues with my ability to access the file.**

I will grade your exams via the same Turnitin link, so you will be able to see detailed feedback there once the exam is graded. General comments and the numerical score will be available via the Canvas gradebook.

Your submission will be graded based on the proper use of essay format (clear paragraphs, a clear introduction, a thesis statement, etc.), the clarity of your writing (including proper use of spelling, punctuation, and grammar), proper punctuation/citation of any source material, the strength of your argument, and your ability to use examples from the assigned texts to strongly support your argument.


The authors so far this term have presented a variety of characters (or points of view) who have some kind of privileged status or who lack privileged status. Essentially, privilege is a superior set of rights or status as compared to other individuals. Privilege can involve race, social class, gender, or any number of other categories and mainly concerns one group of people who has a higher status or more access to rights and opportunities than others.

Referring to at least three examples from three different authors so far this term, where do we see either examples of privilege or a lack of privilege in the readings so far this term? (Make sure you’re focusing on a particular example of privilege and not just summarizing an entire text.) What is the privilege that the character or author has or that the character or author lacks? How does that possession of privilege or lack of privilege affect their life or their opportunities? What can their experience perhaps tell us about how privilege or the lack of privilege affects individuals today?

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Can you do a math logic assignment 8 questions?

You do not have to show work just answer the multiple choice questions and fill in a TRUTH TABLE, and be sure to use CAPITAL T’S AND F’S IN THE TABLE. Attached is the link to the assignment and the login info.