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Hello , i have some work to do , everything is explained below .

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You will not automatically be given 10 points for providing an initial and reply post. Your grade will be determined by how well you followed directions and whether you addressed all of the questions indicated in the instructions identified. Both initial and reply posts must be written using your own words. Any copying and pasting of information from any source (including your friends) will automatically result in a grade of 0.

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It’s all about vectors this week! They are important and necessary for you to be able to learn physics for the rest of the semester. So, let’s get good at them now. Here’s your chance to really develop an intuitive understanding of how vectors work. Play with this PHET simulation (Links to an external site.) see this link https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/html/vector-additio… to learn about vectors. Use the 1 D tile to start, then switch to the 2 D tile and then the lab tile. Just play, observe, and think about what you have learned from your assigned reading.

Finally, select the Equations tile. Use the settings in the images below:

and and

At the top of the simulation make sure this setting for adding vectors is selected.

Notice the equations at the top of the simulation. The images below the equations on the graph paper correspond directly with the equations. They show in the equations that vector d is being added to vector e and the resultant is f. On the graph paper, you see that the first image is vector d, the second image is vector e, and the third image shows how they graphically add together to produce the resultant vector f. Notice that the x components (the horizontal legs) are added together to form the x component of the resultant vector e. Notice that the y components (vertical legs) of vectors d and e add together to form the y component of the resultant vector f.

In your initial post verify the length of the x and y components of the resultant vector f by adding the x components of vector d and vector e together. Add the y components of vector d and e together. First, you will need to resolve vector d into components.

Below is an example of finding the x component of a different vector e. (You will need to find both of the x and y components your vector d.

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sinθ=oppositehypotenuse=sin45=opposite8m

$\mathrm{sin}\theta =\frac{opposite\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}}{hypotenuse}=\mathrm{sin}45\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}=\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}\frac{opposite}{8\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}m}$

opposite(theyleg)=8msin45=5.7m

$opposite\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}\left(the\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}y\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}leg\right)=8m\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}\mathrm{sin}45\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}=\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}5.7\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}m$

Show your work. You can use the Canvas Math editor if needed. (It’s the square root of x in the above toolbar.) If you need trig help this website (Links to an external site.) https://flexbooks.ck12.org/cbook/ck-12-interactive… has a video and several excellent interactives to help you learn the trig needed for the right triangle. Take your time to learn this. It’s very important. (Do you need to memorize identities? No. Only the Pythagorean Theorem is needed for this course.)

Reply to a Classmate Post :

(I’ll send the classmate’s response later because I won’t be able to read their responses unless I first post mine).

Reply to a classmate who doesn’t have a reply yet and correct any mistakes they may have made along with an explanation. If they did everything correctly identify what they did the best and explain why it was particularly good. Did it help your learning? Explain.

In your reply explain the difference between what we mean by components and resultants. Using the Pythagorean Theorem to show how we can calculate the magnitude of vector f from the components you found in your initial post. Next, find the resultant angle of vector f. Show one additional way that you could find the magnitude of vector f using any values from the vector f triangle.

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a writing discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

There are 3 student discussion boards. Please respond to each individually. I will also upload the graph.

1. The graph shows that the student has enough days to find the trend and the
means. According to data that was collected from 2/9 to 2/18 it shows the current
mean at 44% and the trend is decelerating. The student’s criteria for targeted
skill is at 80% for 3 consecutive days. The student has not met their targeted
skill. Additionally, prior data showed that the student’s mean was at 34% and was
at a flat, and even though the mean appears to have accelerated to 44%, the
trend is decelerating, which means the student needs modifications to improve
motivation by reinforcing stimulus. This occur with maybe giving him a break in
between each response. (e.g. write name, take a 2 minute break or write name
give treat or candy that he likes to keep him motivated to work.
Thanks,
K

2.Hi All,
I reviewed the data above for our student, Jason Jones. (funny, I have a friend with that
name).
Data: there is sufficient data for this student/goal as there is 8 data points.
Breaks: student was absent for a few days, but there were no breaks for more than 2
days.
Mean: 44%
Trend: Decelerating – see attached photo for drawing of trend.
Mastered: student has not mastered this goal. criteria is 80% for 3 consecutive days.
Progress: student has made some progress with this goal.
Decision: no change. continue with current plan. I chose this because the mean did
increase, even though only by 10% and in the first set of data and the note from 2/9 it
states to “continue with increased motivation”. Motivation was already targeted.
*I will attach my trend line photo shortly. Scanner is down*
S

3. Hello all!
I initially miscalculated the mean and trend line because I was counting February 9th as
a data point for the second decision. After further analysis however, I realized my
mistake and corrected my trend line as can be seen in the attached pdf.
The graph meets the prerequisite skills
Sufficient Data: Yes, there are 8 data points, surpassing the minimum required and
allowing for the 8 opportunities to respond. Additionally, the task was set at 20 steps,
surpassing the minimum of 8 steps.
Data breaks: No, a data break constitutes four or more consecutive days. (there is a
break for holiday and student absence, but that does not constitute a break in data)
Progress made: yes, progress seems to be variable when looking at the various data
points and there was an increase of 10% in the mean
Mastery: No, mastery was set at 80% independence for 3 consecutive days, which was
not achieved.
Mean: 44%
Trend Line: Deceleratiing
Decision: The above information would lead me to conclude that there is a motivation
problem occurring and that we must improve motivation through reinforcement. This
instructional change decision was made because the 10% increase in mean indicate
that some progress has been taking place, therefore not making it possible to
categorize this under the inadequate or no progress decisions.
Specific verbal praise is identified as the reinforcer, but perhaps is not occurring with
fidelity or is simply not reinforcing for Jason. It also appears that he only gets specific
verbal praise, thinned for generalization, only for independent responses. My decision
would be to increase reinforcement for each step, regardless of the prompt level used to
correctly complete each step.
I’m interested to read what you all have come up with, I definitely had tons of ideas on
what type of decision and the justification I would provide for each.
~L

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Background

We’ve covered a lot of material in this module. It might feel like this is all just distant, far away stuff but if you’re going to enter the workforce this material should have you feeling a little big angry or disappointed. Take a moment and think back through what we’ve learned in this module — how some professions are gender segregated, how women will likely earn less than men, etc — and think about how that might actually affect your life. Many of us will never think about this until a situation arises, like the one Penelope faced when she learned that Scott earned more money than she did even though they both held the same job.

As we saw in One Day at a Time, the way that people ask for, negotiate, or accept salary offers can be connected to sex and gender. We also know that this can be connected to race and other identities. In the ODAAT episode we learned that Penelope didn’t even think to negotiate her salary. Why not? We learned that Penelope’s coworker, Scott, asked for more starting salary and got it. Why? Is Scott just “naturally” more assertive? Is Penelope just “naturally” more passive? We know from class that those sorts of explanations that focus on individuals are usually not giving us the full story. The common link between Penelope and Scott is their employer, Dr. Berkowitz. Why does Dr. Berkowitz pay Penelope and Scott different salaries for the same job? Is Dr. Berkowitz flat out sexist or racist? Maybe. But again, a focus solely on individuals overlooks systemic (that means, larger than just me or just you but embedded in our culture, in our language, in the way we see people of different genders, sexes, races, etc). The way Scott and Penelope experience gender (and race and class), they way they were socialized and policed into experience gender in these ways… All of this plays a part.

It’s pretty hard to just change gender norms, but one way to start is through knowledge and sharing of knowledge — and that’s what this assignment is about.

Instructions

1. Google the following: “salary negotiation” along with one of your own identities (gender, sex, race, etc) — e.g., women, African-American, transgender, white, or even a combination of these like “African-American women.” If you are uncomfortable using one of your identities, you may choose other identities. What results come up? Click a few and scan them. What statistics do they discuss? What particular challenges do they discuss? What tips do they give? (HINT: If you are only getting general “How to Negotiate Salary” results that don’t discuss race, class, sex, etc, then redo your search and make sure you are adding an identity.)

2. Now drawing from these resources create an infographic that includes the following: (a) a title along with your name; (b) a very brief statement of the topic so that anyone off the street could look at your submission and know exactly what it’s about; and (c) three to five tips to address the issue and to help someone of (fill in the blank with one or more identities) better position themselves to ask for and negotiate salary. You must cite your sources by including at least a weblink.

REMEMBER: The visual presentation counts! See some examples below.

You’ll want to embed your infographic or graphic organizer rather than attaching it. That usually only works if you save it as an image (jpeg, png, screenshot, etc) rather than as a .pdf. Here’s a quick and easy guide to how to do that on Canvas: How to Embed an Image into a Discussion Post-1.pdf If you’re having troubles it’s perfectly find to attach a screenshot or a pdf. The key here is the content 🙂

Why we’re doing this assignment

This assignment is meant to connect our course materials to our actual, lived lives. An infographic presents information in ways that appealing to the eye and easily digestible to the brain. I’ve attached samples, but you can also Google “what is an infographic” or “what is a graphic organizer” to learn more. This assignment is designed to do three things: (1) hone your ability to make and support critical choices from among many options; (2) help you consider the ways in which the “how” information is presented can affect how people respond to and understand it; and (3) learn to present information in ways that go beyond traditional essays and papers.

Here are some tips and examples to guide you

For your assignment you can use Piktochart, Canva, Venngage, Creately, or any other website/program that allows you to create an infographic or graphic organizer. Most are free or have 30-day free trial periods. You can also create one on your own in Word or other standard programs. Make sure there is a good balance of words and visuals in your final product. Too many pictures and it’s just a photo collage; too many words and it loses visual appeal. Try to be neat and organized. Ask yourself, “Is this something that would catch my eye?” I’ve attached some samples that I myself have created. (NOTE: Mine are for entirely different purposes; I’m just posting them so you can see what an infographic looks like.)

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Hello, i have discussion board to be done , see the details below .

DB:

Acquaint yourself with this simulation (Links to an external site.). Read the description underneath it. Play with the controls and notice the motion of the box. In particular, notice when the box is moving, if it moves outside the field of view on the right it will return on the left side so that the simulation continues until you stop it. The motion should be considered continuous when it returns on the left side while in play mode.

Initial Post

Set the mass to 2.0 kg and the force to 2.6 N. Press play and run the simulation for at least 20 seconds. Describe the motion of the box accurately applying the definitions of velocity and acceleration. While still in play mode, change the force to 0. Again, describe the motion of the box accurately applying the definitions of velocity and acceleration. What would we need to do to make the box stop? (Pressing reset is not the answer.) If you’re not sure, play with the simulation to find the answer.

(i will send calssmate reply later , because i can’t see their reply untile i post mine first )

In your reply post to a classmate correct any errors they made or misconceptions they have. If they did everything correctly identify what they did the best and explain why it was particularly good. Did it help your learning? Explain.

Keeping the force at 2.6 N describe what happens to the motion (correctly utilizing the definitions of velocity and acceleration) if the mass is increased? What forces are affected? Is the applied force of 2.6 N affected? Now, reset the simulation. Leaving the mass at 2 kg press play and increase the force to 1 N. Describe the motion of the box (discussing velocity and acceleration). Remain in play mode and increase the force to 2 N. How did this affect the motion of the box? Increase the force to 4 N how does the motion compare to that of when the force was only 1 N? Now mathematically describe the acceleration of these three situations using Newton’s Law. Does changing the applied force affect the normal force or the weight of the box? Why or why not?

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Please review all the material in the “Opening Up” section of this chapter, on pages 357-359. Be sure to look over the “Inquiry Project: Writing a Research Essay,” on page 356, too, for details about what to do in writing your research essay. Note in particular the advice offered there that, when trying to find a topic to write about for your research essay, you should “avoid things you already have a strong opinion about.”

Let’s use the DB this week to help us narrow down possible topics for your final essay in this class, the research essay. Our text identifies two types of inquiry question that motivate a research essay: “What does the evidence suggest is true? What is the relationship?”

1. Please post in the DB to share, first of all, inquiry questions of the first type that you are truly interested in having someone provide an answer to. Please state your questions in this or a similar format: “What does the evidence suggest is really true about X?“ Pose at least five or six of this type of question.
2. Post in the DB a second time to share inquiry questions of the second type that you are truly interested in having someone provide an answer to. Please state your questions in this or a similar format: “What is the relationship between X and Y?” or “Does/will X cause Y?” or “What might happen if we do/don’t do X?” Pose at least five or six of this type of question.
3. Use your remaining posts this week to respond to what others have posted. Offer new questions that were suggested to you by what you’ve read. Consider which questions seem to definitely have potential and explain why. Consider as well which questions will probably not work. Are any questions not truly “researchable”? Does it seem most people already have strong opinions about some questions?

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1. Click to open each of the 3 “Moodle Debates” links below. Read each article. They are duplicated inside the Discussion Board.

2. There are 3 links offered in this Discussion Board. You need to have picked only one, which is the one you will have needed to write about. Which of the 3 will you choose?

These links cover football for minors, state lotteries, and collective intelligence. Again, which one will you choose?

Post on this DB one time on/before Oct 24. Do not respond to another’s post.

1. Your post, which will be called “The Original Post,” should take an agree/disagree stance on the link/topic you have chosen.

2. Your post should be 150-250 words. Your post should be more than 1 paragraph. Don’t worry about tabbing to indent.

3. Mention, in a grammatical sentence, the name of the article you are writing about. Follow Short Folder rule #3 in the process.

4. Follow the “no you” rule. Be grammatical. Proofread. Eng 112 is not the place for texting lingo.

5. Your Original Post should also introduce a related article, using Short Folder rule #3 again. How does this related article/source support your point of view about the topic? Argue for one side or the other of the issue being presented. Football should/should not be allowed for minors. State Lotteries should/should not be legal. We are/are not becoming a collectively less intelligent society.

This assignment is not an essay. No parentheses or Works Cited entries should be used. Short Folder 2, 3, and 12 are the only relevant Short Folder rules here.

3. In a Word document, type your post, checking for word count and other proofreading.A correct post will introduce 2 articles by their title. Argue for one side or the other of the issue being presented. Football should/should not be allowed for minors. State Lotteries should/should not be legal. We are/are not becoming a collectively less intelligent society.

4. Proofread, then copy and paste your post into the Discussion Board, which as a DB would use no parentheses and have no Works Cited entries.

Moodle Debates Begin Here with Original Posts – recording_1

Moodle Debates Football (link opens in popup) URL

Moodle Debates Intelligence (link opens in popup) URL

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I’m working on a writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

no more than 300 words

Please read Learning Module Buddhism, REVEL chapter 5 Buddhism to comprehend the following questions:

1.The Buddha’s Eightfold Path of Liberation means to lead a person to nirvana and to stop the cycle of rebirth. How would the Buddhist’s path change a person’s life ?

2. Buddhists do not seek to convert for their tradition, yet, Buddhism has spread throughout the world. Why is that ? Considering the differences in culture, background, and motivation, why do you think Buddhism is often embraced by people in the West?

3. You have had an opportunity to read and listen the Dalai Lama’s teaching (Lm 6). What did you find interesting, important or challenging to comprehend? Please provide references to the assigned texts.

this is my classmate work

1. The buddhist’s path, the eightfold path, essentially acts as a blueprint to end suffering; this can change someones life by helping them understand and identify what makes them unhappy, assume a place where those negative entities do not exist and then set a path to get to that place. It is easy to get caught in a cycle of negativity but after understanding and acting on the eight fold path the road to liberation feels almost simple.

2. I believe buddhism is so enticing to people in the west as buddhism is a religion that simply seeks internal happiness. I think in the western part of the world we are particularly bombarded with many negative influences in our society that induce negative emotions. Buddhism for many has been a way to escape and let go of that. From my experience in buddhism, you do not have to be a devoted buddhist to take apart in different rituals or even identify as buddhist to do yoga, mindfulness etc. Any level of dedication feels welcome in this religion and most self identifying buddhist are devoted to guiding anyone who is looking for direction. The ultimate goal is to have inner peace and liberation which is relatable to essentially anyone.

3. Reading and listening to the Dalai Lama’s teaching I found it very interesting how much he has learned about the world from a scientific standpoint and how important he believes there must be a dialog between buddhists and scientists not just in order to obtain the full picture of life but for the expansion of knowledge. There were many ways in which he connected science to religion such as his example of compassion. He thinks buddhism has spiritually been going in the correct direction but has lacked the tools for understanding the material world. He also believes scientists can use the tools buddhism provides for understanding spirituality and the internal mind as it is also greatly beneficial to the work they do. I also found it to be quite interesting and rather important to see how simplistic most of his answers were, they were almost like a “duh” moment. We always want to believe there is a larger than life answer to everything, by reading his teachings that did not feel like the case.

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In order to receive full credit for the Discussion Board you are required to write an original response followed by a minimum of two responses to classmates.

Part 1: Your original response (worth up to 6 points)

1. In one well-developed paragraph explain your understanding of the text. Do not write a lengthy summary of the story or poem. Include at least one key quote from the reading that contributes to your understanding of the reading.
2. In a second well-developed paragraph share your reaction to the reading. Here is the challenge: Although I am asking for your reaction, I want you to think through your reaction. For example, if the particular language in a poem grabbed you in some way, think about why. If you find a particular scene funny or a character unlikable, say why.
3. Write a list of “real-world” questions that the reading raises for you. For example, if we read a story about a soldier’s wartime experiences, this might make you wonder about how soldiers deal with making the transition back to civilian life when they finally come home. These should not be questions about the specific characters or events in the story or the poem. For example, don’t ask, “What will the protagonist Bob do when he comes home?” Instead, pose a question about the “real world” beyond the text. For example, “What resources are there for soldiers who have problems adjusting to civilian life?” List as many questions as you can think of, but try to come with at least three questions, keeping in mind that the questions can be springboards into the essays your write. Number each question (1, 2, 3, and so on.)

Part 2: Your responses to classmates (worth up to 4 points total):

1. Read your classmates’ posts and then respond to a minimum of two classmates by answering one or more of the “real world” questions they posed in their initial response. When you respond to your classmates be sure to include the question to which you are responding.

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Hello , i have some work to do , everything is explained below .

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In order to understand Archimedes Principle you will learn this week, it is important to understand basic definitions. Based on the assigned reading for the chapter 9, describe your observations in the image below using the CER Method.

“According to the Claim, Evidence, Reasoning (CER) model, an explanation consists of:

• A claim that answers the question
• Evidence from students’ data
• Reasoning that involves a rule or scientific principle that describes why the evidence supports the claim”

Source (Links to an external site.)

The bright spots in the image are just reflected light and have nothing to do with this discussion question.

1- Initial Discussion Post

2- Reply to a Classmate Post (i’ll send it later . I have to post mine first then i can see my classmate reply )

Reply to a classmate who doesn’t already have a reply. Correct any misconceptions or errors your classmate made in their initial post. Did you learn anything from what they wrote? If so what is it, and provide a thorough explanation of what it is you learned. Next, watch this (3:29) video and take notes. Using CER explain what you observe about the ice cubes in jars 1 and 2. Why are the ice cubes exhibiting different behavior in the 2 jars? Make sure to provide any calculations needed for the R portion of CER. Utilize the terminology you learned in Chapter 9 and apply Archimedes principle to the ice in both jars with thorough explanations and any applicable equations. Calculate the density of both fluids and identify what they potentially are based on the table provided above for the initial post. Do you have enough information to calculate the Buoyant Force on the ice cubes in each jar? If so, make the calculation. If not, explain what information is needed and how it could be obtained. (To earn credit for any required calculations you must show your work. No work, no credit.)

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As the text states, having a newborn enter the household can be a trying time, to say the least! Here is an activity/discussion that will help you gain greater insight into both the pressures of the addition of a newborn, as well as effective techniques for dealing with this pressure. This week you will:

1. Interview at least two parents (they could be your own) concerning the issues that they faced upon the birth of their child(ren). This interview should focus on both the problems encountered and effective solutions that the parents employed to deal with the problems.  Regardless of who you choose to interview, be sure to do each interview individually and privately. Some students do the interview through Facetime or Zoom.
2. Find an interesting website that deals with a circumstance discussed in one of your interviews and provide the web address.
3. Share results from these informal interviews by summarizing in the discussion board.
4. Share the results from your research and tell us what you learned.  Be sure to include the websites you used.  Note:  To add a web page to a discussion thread type the title of the webpage, highlight and click on the paper clip above the text box, and copy the web address in the URL box and click insert link.
5. Read your fellow students’ posts and respond to at least 2 students in the class in a meaningful way. For confidentially reasons please never discuss the actual name(s) of the people you interview.   I look forward to reading about your experience!