## Write about the Dr. Ansari, a fellow student in Residency at The

The goal is to talk about the Dr. Ansari, a fellow student in Residency at The Pacific Neuroscience Institue practicing to be a future neurosurgeon. Make this essay both educating and talk about his achievements. Talk as if you’re a reporter introducing someone to several audience members.Education & Training

John Wayne Cancer Institute/ Pacific Neuroscience Institute (June 2018 – Fellowship)

Indiana University School of Medicine (Residency) (July 2012-June 2018)

Indiana University School of Medicine (Medical School) (2008-2012)

major biology and graduated Summa Cum Laude

Certifications & Licensure

Awards, Honors & Recognition

Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, 2011

John Barnhill Anatomy Award, Indiana University School of Medicine

Marcus Ravdin Medal, Indiana University School of Medicine

IUPUI Chancellor’s Scholar 2012, IU School of Medicine, MD Program

Gold Humanism Honor Society, Indiana Chapter

Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, Indiana Alpha Chapter

ED Johns Fellowship, Indiana University School of Medicine

Morris Green Fellowship, Indiana University School of Medicine

Barney Crowe Scholarship, Indiana University School of Medicine

Evans & Hitchcock Fellowship, Indiana University School of Medicine

Glenn W Irwin Scholar, Indiana University School of Medicine

Phi Beta Kappa Honors Society, Kentucky Alpha Chapter

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## Write a computer program that prompts the user for one number, n for

Module 7 showed that one way of comparing different algorithms for accomplishing the same task is complexity analysis. You will recall that in complexity analysis we express the time an algorithm takes to run as a function of the size of the input, and we used the big-Oh notation. For example, if an algorithm has a complexity of O(1), then it always runs in the same amount of time, no matter what the size of the input is; if it O(n), then the time it takes for the algorithm to run is proportional to the size of the input. However, complexity analysis has a number of limitations. For example, big-Oh analysis concerns the worst case scenario. For example, some sorting algorithms with a complexity of O(n^2) often run considerably faster if the list that it receives as input is (almost) sorted; other sorting algorithms with a complexity of O(n^2) always take the same amount of time, no matter what state the list is in. Also, in big-Oh, we look at the dominant term in our calculation of the complexity of the algorithm. Thus, when we analyze an algorithm and discover that it runs in 75,312 + n time units, we still say that it has a complexity of O(n). It is therefore deemed to be better than an algorithm that runs in .007 + n^2 time units, as this algorithm has a complexity of O(n^2).

We also saw the rationale behind this: If n becomes sufficiently large, the other factors become insignificant. Fortunately, there is another way to determine how long it takes for an algorithm to run, namely timing experiments. In a timing experiment, you actually implement the algorithm in a programming language, such as Java or C++, and simply measure how long it takes for the algorithm to run. In the term project for this course, you are going to conduct a timing experiment and compare the results with the results you would get from a complexity analysis. We will compare Bubble Sort with Selection Sort. In its least sophisticated form, bubble sort (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bubble_sort) works as follows: Assuming that the list contains n elements. Compare the first and the second element in the list, and swap them if the last element is smaller than the preceding one; otherwise, do nothing to this pair. Now, compare the second and third elements and swap them if the first of them is larger than the second; otherwise, do nothing to this pair. Move on the next pair and continue the process until you reach the end of the list.

A little reflection will show that at the end of this iteration, the last element in the list is now the largest element in the list. The last element has bubbled to the top. Now repeat the process but rather than going to the end of the list, stop when you reach n-1. Now repeat the process again, but rather than going to the end of the list, stop when you reach n-2. Keep repeating this until you reach 1. The Wikipedia entry has a little simulation that shows how bubble sort works. The code looks something like: bubbleSort(array A){ n = length(A); for(j = n; j > 0, j–) for(i = 1; i < j; i++) { if A[i-1] > A[i] swap(A,i-1, i); } } } swap obviously swaps the elements and can be defined as: swap(A, pos1, pos2) { temp = A[pos1]; A[pos1] = A[pos2]; A[pos2] = temp; } Another sort is selection sort (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Selection_sort). We saw selection sort in the question in the sub-module on how to determine the complexity of an algorithm. Array A contains n elements, the elements to be sorted. The algorithm starts at the first position in the array and looks through the array for the smallest element. Once it reaches the end of the array, it puts that element in the first cell of the array. It then restarts the whole process from the second position in the array, and continues until the entire array has been sorted. selection_sort(array A) { int i,j int iMin; for(j = 0; j < n; j++){ iMin = j; for ( i = j+1; i < n; i++) { if (a[i] < a[iMin]) { iMin = i; } } if ( iMin != j ) { swap(a[j], a[iMin]); } } }

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## Write an accompanying set of notes to the cash flow forecast,

Task 2: Write an accompanying set of notes to the cash flow forecast, analyzing for Sharma and Ryan: ● Why a business might experience cash flow problems ● Why this can cause difficulties ● Interpret any potential dangers you can see specific to SIGNature’s cash flow forecast.

Task 3: Sharma and Ryan have asked for further help in preparing for their meeting with the bank manager. They have asked you to suggest actions that they could take to either avoid or help deal with cash flow problems. Write a section in your report explaining what actions are available and justifying why they might choose to take these actions. On your report document for SIGNature Ltd. prepare a section entitled “Cash Flow Management”, and complete Task 1, 2 and 3 above.

#Write #accompanying #set #notes #cash #flow #forecast

## Write a TOK Essay whether or not Mathematics was discovered or

Add Ways Of Knowing using Real life Situations (At Least 3) Such as Gödels Incompleteness Theory to support the argument. Nb: There are a lot of examples, youtube clips and other resources on how to write a good TOK essay, but the key is ALWAYS to understand the problem of knowledge.

What is the “problem” with the question in relation to “knowing in maths” Discuss with your peers and teacher first. Look at the KF for maths, the method for ACQUIRING, KNOWING (Justification) and then how we USE math knowledge and your essay will evolve making sense. Make a plan for your essay, break it down with paragraphs, and select RLE that add value to the KC (Knowledge Claims) and consider CC (Counter Claims). If you read the essay and it makes little sense, you have gone wrong! REFERENCE always in depth. Follow the guidance from the websites and your TOK teacher on how to write a full 1600 word TOK essay. Note this essay is a “classic” AOK Maths TOK essay, so there are many examples out on the web.

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## Write a judgment as a justice of the Supreme Court on duty of care

IN THE SUPREME COURT

Between

CASWELL (APPELLANT)

And

WESTBURY POLICE (RESPONDENT)

Facts of the case

In 2015, Janet Caswell was the victim of a violent attack, as she walked to her car after finishing her shift at the local hospital. Janet was beaten and stabbed multiple times and despite the valiant attempts of the emergency services to save her life, her injuries were so severe that she died twenty minutes later. The attack was caught on a CCTV camera and her killer, Tony Moffett, was arrested and convicted of her murder.

At the trial, it was revealed that Moffett had been Janet’s boyfriend for eighteen months, but she had terminated the relationship six months before the attack. During her relationship with Moffett, Janet had been the victim of domestic abuse, which included a number of physical beatings and psychological abuse. Following a particularly vicious attack, which resulted in severe bruising, head injuries and a fractured wrist, Janet ended the relationship and reported Moffett to the police. As a result, Moffett was arrested and charged, but was later released on bail, against the wishes of the police, who believed that there was a strong possibility that Moffett would seek revenge against Janet. The judge who granted bail, ordered Moffett not to contact Janet or to go anywhere near her hometown.

Following his release on bail, Moffett made several phone calls to Janet, threatening to “shut her up for good”. Janet reported this to the police. The police responded to this by giving Moffett a verbal warning and ordering him to make no further contact with Janet. The following day, Moffett attacked and murdered Janet.

Janet Caswell’s father claims that the Defendants were negligent due to their failure to take proper steps to investigate the position and to protect Janet. The Defendants have denied that they owed a duty of care to Janet Caswell in this situation.

Case History

In the High Court of Justice, it was held that the defendant owed no duty of care to the claimant on the following grounds:

There was an insufficiently proximate relationship between the parties; and

It would not be fair, just and reasonable to impose a duty of care on the Defendant.

In the Court of Appeal, the decision of the lower court and the reasons for that decision were upheld.

Case before the Supreme Court:

Ms. Caswell’s father now appeals to the Supreme Court on the grounds that:

1.
Westbury police owed a duty of care to Janet Caswell because there was sufficient proximity between them.

2.
It is fair, just and reasonable to impose a duty on the Defendant in the circumstances.

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## Programming: Write (produce a script) and record a short 1-3 minute

Assignment 2 invites you to put into practice some digital composing affordances from the web: namely, you have the opportunity to write (produce a script) and record a short 1-3 minute podcast with opening & ending audio tags about something you learned from the first assignment you completed last week with order number 286343217. Please refer to the first assignment notes to provide the idea/topic for your podcas

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## TetraTech write up

consider these questions while reading the case and submit a write up BEFORE the end of the day on Sunday February 3 (2page max, 12p, 1.5line): – What business TetraTech is in? What are the characteristics of this industry? – What’s TetraTech’s organizational structure (functional, matrix, projectized)? What are the constraints of this type of organizational structure? – What’s TetraTech’s risk appetite? Elaborate on risk assessment in Task Initiation Procedure (TIP) and oversight processes.

#TetraTech #write

## Cisco Systems, Inc.: Implementing ERP prep questions and write up

consider these questions while reading the case and submit a write up BEFORE the start of the class (2page max, 12p, 1.5line): 1.At the start of the case, Cisco’s IS are failing, yet no one steps forward to lead the effort to replace them. Why? 2.Cisco was highly successful with its enterprise resources planning effort. What accounts for this success? What were the most important things that Cisco did correctly? 3.Did Cisco do anything wrong on this project? If so, what and why?

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## Design and write a detailed 90 min EFL lesson plan with materials to

Design and write a detailed 90 min EFL lesson plan with materials to teach an intermediate level multicultural group of adult learners. Use your knowledge of SLA research and its influence on the design of language teaching materials and tasks to create your lesson plan.

You must make explicit reference to SLA where possible to explain the rationale behind the stages you plan. You can choose what you consider the most appropriate language teaching approach to match your teaching objective(s). You will probably have to consider factors such as the SLA model/position you would like to adopt for language pedagogy, the type of students you have and the factors affecting their L2 learning/language processing.

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## Assignment: Write a literary essay (1,000-1,200 words) based on the

PLEASE DO NOT USE OUTSIDE RESEARCH FOR THIS PAPER. I WANT YOUR IDEAS SUPPORTED WITH QUOTES FROM THE MEMOIR.

Develop a thesis that answers ONE of the following questions and APPLY ONE OF THE LENSES FROM THE LENSES FOR READING LITERATURE HANDOUT:

1) How does the author use America and/or Bruce Springsteen and his music to show his struggles?

2) What role does the authors father play in his sons struggles?

These are starting points. You need to develop a specific, argument thesis statement and support your points with the text. For example I might use the following as my thesis if I chose question #1:

In the memoir Greetings From Bury Park by Sarfraz Manzoor, the authors obsession with Bruce Springsteen and his music is used to show his desire for independence from his traditional family and his need to escape the confines he feels as a young Pakistani in Britain.

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