A possible oversimplified way of describing the abolitionist movement, is a group that attempted (and eventually did) end slavery in the United States. Now, some wished to go further than others, but in general the agreed upon goal was the end of slavery. The official end, (though not complete end) was the ratification of the 13th amendment. However, there was still not equality, particularly in the south. Inevitably, government in the south found a way around the amendment, in a collection of laws and rulings known as the Jim Crow laws, aptly named after a fictitious character from a popular play at the time, that portrayed a black man as somewhat childish. One of the more commonly known ways that someone stood-up to these laws was the Plessy Vs. Ferguson trial.( explain in own words 100 words)
This will be a critical review as discussed in class. Do not just summarize the paper. Explain which of the mitochondrial origins you feel is the most credible, and why. Also include why you feel each of the others is less credible.
Attached material 1 is the instruction for this assignment, material 2 is the reading for this assignment.
MUST read both materials carefully before doing the assignment, otherwise, I will refund.
- Review the Wk 2 – Apply: Statistical Report assignment.
In preparation for writing your report to senior management next week, conduct the following descriptive statistics analyses with Microsoft® Excel®. Answer the questions below in your Microsoft® Excel® sheet or in a separate Microsoft® Word document:
- Insert a new column in the database that corresponds to “Annual Sales.” Annual Sales is the result of multiplying a restaurant’s “SqFt.” by “Sales/SqFt.”
- Calculate the mean, standard deviation, skew, 5-number summary, and interquartile range (IQR) for each of the variables.
- Create a box-plot for the “Annual Sales” variable. Does it look symmetric? Would you prefer the IQR instead of the standard deviation to describe this variable’s dispersion? Why?
- Create a histogram for the “Sales/SqFt” variable. Is the distribution symmetric? If not, what is the skew? Are there any outliers? If so, which one(s)? What is the “SqFt” area of the outlier(s)? Is the outlier(s) smaller or larger than the average restaurant in the database? What can you conclude from this observation?
- What measure of central tendency is more appropriate to describe “Sales/SqFt”? Why?
- Submit your assignment.
- *******BELOW IS THE WK2 ASSIGNMENT TO USE FOR REFERENCE******
n criminal law, evidence refers to the assertions of fact or material items that may be presented before a court of law to ascertain the truth regarding any alleged matter under investigation or prosecution. Evidence is used to prove or deny a crime and can be presented either by the litigator, prosecution, or the accused person in their defense (Gardiner, 2018). The critical prerequisites of evidence admissibility before a court or tribunal are competence, materiality, or relevance. Evidence can be real, documentary, testimonial, or demonstrative, and it is only considered material if it can be used to prove a relevant fact (Gardiner, 2018). For example, suppose an individual was present when a motor accident occurred and fatally wounded a pedestrian. In that case, his testimony is relevant because it can be applied to prove the culpability of the motorist. By contrast, if the witness testifies that he witnessed the accident while on his way to the office, that part of his testimony may not be relevant as it is not useful in proving the facts of the accident.
Search warrants are vitally important when the police want to collect evidence from a place where they suspect or believe that criminal activity has occurred or is occurring. Once the police have presented affidavits with the request and relevant reasons, the magistrates evaluate them and, if merited, grant the warrants. Typically, warrants are specific (Gardiner, 2018). For example, the warrant could authorize the police to search “House number 12, ABC place, along Westwood drive”. The inference is that the warrant does not grant the police arbitrary authority to search premises not specified in the warrant.
There are many incidences where a warrant is not necessary when collecting evidence. For example, a man suspected of sexually defiling a woman will be presented to the hospital for the extraction of semen, which will be used to match DNA samples with those from the victim. Similarly, in the case of a homicide, detectives do not need a warrant to visit the scene of a crime and lift fingerprints, collect samples, and scan the scene for different forms of evidence. Also, they do not need a warrant to collect eyewitness accounts from witnesses who were present during the commission of the crime. Similarly, if there is a domestic disturbance where spouses are fighting at night and neighbors call the police, the police do not need a warrant to enter the house as long as the owners grant consent.
Police and investigators need search warrants when collecting evidence from a person’s home, office, or other personal premises. A warrant is also necessary when searching one’s bank accounts and statements (Gardiner, 2018). In such cases, the warrant serves as an authority by the court to the police or investigators to search for specific materials or objects at a definite location. For example, suppose a government official is under investigation for corruption, money laundering, and theft of public funds. In that case, the court may give authority to the investigators to search their house, offices, and other dwellings for any documents, cash, data, gadgets, or records that may be useful in prosecuting the matter. Similarly, the court could grant a warrant authorizing access to all bank accounts that the suspect holds. When the investigators present the bank (s) with the warrant, they can be issued bank statements and any other exclusive information they may need as documentary evidence.
I NEED TO REPLY TO THIS CLASSMATES WORK.
- What is “Evidence”? Discuss what is necessary to obtain evidence with a warrant and without a warrant. Give examples of situations where evidence is often obtained without a warrant and examples of when a warrant is legally required.
Make sure you include citations and references. Make sure you cite your research in proper APA format.Please click on the title above, “Week 4 CJ Chat: Evidence,” then click to enter the discussion and create a thread. Be sure to submit your response.
Carefully consider the following process paragraph:
It lacks a topic sentence, includes some irrelevant ideas, and does not maintain a logical order.
Write a suitable topic sentence and revise the paragraph so that it demonstrates unity, support, and coherence.
- When my brother Ryan comes home after a vicious soccer game on a hot day, he is usually sweaty and smeared with mud. I, too, am sometimes messy, but not as much as him. He zips into the shower and spends five minutes scrubbing away the dirt and sweat. Wrapping a towel around his waist, he brushes his teeth, rolls on some deodorant, and examines his damp hair. But before that, he dries his body with the towel. Within ten minutes, Ryan has emerged from a cloud of dirt, sweat, and various odors and become a magnet for young women. A few swipes of his hairbrush are all he needs to style his hair. I wish I had that kind of hair! After he completes the hairstyling, he puts on any pair of jeans and semi-clean shirt he can find. Ryan looks great in any outfit.
Copy and paste the paragraph.
Write a proper process topic sentence.
Show the parts of the paragraph you would consider removing (by changing the font color to red).
Finally, add supporting elements that would demonstrate coherence within the paragraph (make the fonts a different color).
The ideals and goals of the Abolition movement was to abolish slavery once and for all and to emancipate all enslaved people. Most abolitionist were white religious Americans but there were also abolitionist who were black leaders that had been released from slavery. One abolitionist leader was William Lloyd Garrison, who was a white journalist that published the antislavery newspaper called the Liberator. In 1833, he also formed American Anti-Slavery Soceity which was an organization that was a point of contact for escaped slaves. Christians abolitionists faith did affect their views on the abolition of slavery. They believed that God intended for everybody to be equal and that one person was not more important than another. Not all christian believed in the abolitionist movement because they believe ( explain in own words 100 words)
As an Advanced Practice Nurse leading a research team, which strategies would you employ to encourage your team members to critically appraise research articles?
All responses must be a minimum of 150 words, scholarly written, APA formatted, and referenced. A minimum of 2 references, other than your text, is required.
each question needs to be 150-200 words with 1-2 references
1)sporting events of all sizes will have an economic impact on communities, specifically those located near the event site. Using your own experience discuss the impact event travel and sports tourism can have on communities. As a member of the event management team, provide a strategy you can implement to ensure that the event you are planning will have a positive impact on the community.
2)sporting events of all sizes will have an economic impact on communities, specifically those located near the event site. Using your own experience discuss the impact event travel and sports tourism can have on communities. As a member of the event management team, provide a strategy you can implement to ensure that the event you are planning will have a positive impact on the community
OM is a 68 year old man who comes in today complaining that he cannot get to sleep or stay asleep and he feels miserable all the time. He just can’t seem to like anything anymore. His daughter is also here for this appointment to discuss his worsening dementia. She has been having a time watching him due to his lack of sleep. He has also been sneaking into her purse and stealing cigarettes when she dozes off. She thinks he might have to be put in a nursing home soon if this keeps up. He has a current medical history of diabetes, Parkinson’s, and dementia. He is currently on atorvastatin, lisinopril, aspirin, metformin, rasagiline, empagliflozin, and donepezil.
1. What non-pharm recommendations can you make?
2. What criteria would he have to meet to be treated for depression?
3. How would you treat OM? What alterations would you make to his medications?
4. If he was having LUTS, which BPH medication could also help with sleep?