this paper is one-page single-spaced and needs a research paper on inflation in the last 10 years. this is what my professor said……………. The profile should be written as a memo, not to exceed one single-spaced page. You are free to be creative in how you address your topic, but the memo should contain some sort of preliminary analysis of the topic is important to the study of macroeconomics. At a minimum, the memo should include: An overview of the topic, highlighting any key relevant statistics and recent events. The specific subtopic being analyzed: a definition, why it is important, how it is typically measured, etc. Why do we care? Proper citations (APA is my standard, but use any format you want as long as you are consistent).
You are allowed to use Excel’s built-in functions to complete the following exercises, such as “BINOMDIST”. Be sure to show and clearly label each logical step taken to complete each problem.
Major software manufacturers offer a help line that allows customers to call and receive assistance in solving their problems. However, because of the volume of calls, customers are frequently put on hold. One software manufacturer claims that only 20 % of callers are put on hold. Suppose that 100 customers call. What is the probability that more than 25 of them are put on hold?
According to the Gallup poll conducted March 5-7, 2001, 52% of American adults think that protecting the environment should be given priority over developing the U.S. energy supplies. 36% think that developing energy supplies is more important, and 6% believe the two are equally as important. The rest (6%) had no opinion. Suppose that a sample of 100 American adults is quizzed on the subject. What is the probability of the following events?
A. 50 or more think that protecting the environment should be given priority.
B. Thirty or fewer think that developing energy supplies is more important.
C. 5 or fewer have no opinion.
Use the “Random Number Generation” feature of Excel’s Data Analysis ToolPak to complete the following exercises. You may also use Excel’s built-in functions such as “AVERAGE” and “VAR.P” to complete them.
L3.1 Let X represent the number of Heads observed after flipping a fair coin 10 times. In this exercise you will simulate flipping a fair coin 10 times, recording the number of Heads observed, and then repeating the experiment 1,000 times. In other words, you will generate 1,000 observations for X.
a. Open the Random Number Generation dialogue box and select “Binomial” for “Distribution”.
i. Enter “1” for “Number of Variables” and “1000” for “Number of Random Numbers”.
ii. Enter “0.5” for “p Value” and “10” for “Number of trials”.
iii. Under “Output options”, select “Output Range” and click on the cell where you want the data to begin populating. When finished, you should see a column of 1,000 randomly-generated values of X
b. Based on your data, what are the Mean and Variance of X? Are those values consistent with the theoretical mean and variance of a binomially-distributed random variable? (If you simply answer “Yes” or “No” to this question, Dr. Steimetz will drop you from the class and then change your major to “Undeclared”.)
c. Using your data, construct a Probability Distribution table for X (i.e. a relative frequency table).
d. Using that table, create a Bar Chart showing the relative frequency of values for X ranging from zero to ten. Briefly comment on the shape of this histogram.
Notes on Creating Bar Charts in Excel
1. What we call a “Bar Chart” in class, Excel calls a “Column” chart.
2. By default, Excel labels the X-axis as 1, 2, 3, and so forth. If you want the values on the X-axis to match the values in your relative frequency table:
a. First create your bar chart with Excel’s default labeling.
b. Right-click on a blank area of your chart and click on “Select Data”.
c. Under “Horizontal (Category) Axis Labels”, click on “Edit”.
d. Select the cells that contain your values of X and then click “Ok”.
I have attached a similar Project Research Proposal that I did last year for an International Finance class. Use it as an example of what this PRP should look like.
For your final essay, I would like you to think about a problem that impacts you on a daily basis. This could be an issue that you encounter through your job, on Broward College’s campus, or in your community.
For instance, you might focus on employers who monitor their employees’ social media accounts, a minimum wage that does not cover current costs of living, high college textbook costs, or a lack of local leash laws in your city.
Then, you must argue for a particular change that you would like to occur in order to resolve this problem. Use a combination of both outside sources and your own observations and experiences to develop specific evidence for your argument.
Before choosing your topic, consult the list located on the second page of this assignment sheet, which contains ten overused persuasive essay topics that I strongly urge you to avoid.
· Before you begin your essay, you should choose which stance you will take on the topic (i.e., are you for the topic, against it, or some combination of both). Then, develop a strong, specific thesis that argues a specific claim about that topic (i.e., don’t simply argue “I am for ______” or “I am against ______”). Remember that you must argue about a specific change that you want to see happen in order to rectify your issue.
· To help build the ethos and logos appeals of your argument, you will be required to use at least three sources in your essay. While you may reference sources like personal blogs or Wikipedia in your paper, two of your three sources must be more credible (e.g., articles from magazines, journals, or newspapers; books; government websites, etc.).
· Consider the audience of your essay. Will your reader be receptive to your argument, or will they be strongly opposed to your claims? Your audience’s reaction to your thesis will determine a number of things in your writing, including structure, tone, and evidence. Also, keep in mind that while recognizing opposing viewpoints certainly lends credibility and ethos to your argument, you don’t want to undermine your own claims. Give credit and acknowledgement to other opinions, but simultaneously reinforce your own ideas.
Assessment: Your grade will derive from your abilities to argue successfully your thesis using convincing evidence, specific details and examples, and pertinent outside sources, as well as to organize your thoughts in an effective and logical style to help your reader clearly understand your argument. Consult the Essay Rubric for a detailed list of the criteria that comprise A, B, C, D, and F essays.
You should submit a 1,000-word essay, typed and double-spaced.
Format your paper according to MLA guidelines.
Don’t Use These Topics (They Are Overdone):
Abortion, Animal Testing, The Death Penalty, Domestic and Child Abuse, The Drinking Age, Euthanasia, Gay Marriage & Adoption, Legalizing Marijuana, Smoking, Vegetarianism
two deferent subject need to be addressed separately at list 100 word each NAUXChange 08 post your response in this discussion. https://www.npr.org/2015/11/20/456844834/episode-664-the-great-inflation 08.1: The Short-Run Tradeoff Participate in a discussion with your classmates regarding the tradeoff between inflation and unemployment. Review the “EYE on Your Life” caption titled, The Short-Run Tradeoff in Your Life, within Section 15.3 in the textbook. Now that we have learned that the Short-Run Phillips Curve (SRPC) shows the tradeoff between inflation and unemployment at the given natural unemployment rate and expected inflation rate, discuss which is worse, too much inflation or too much unemployment. Please apply the effects of the SRPC as explained in the textbook when sharing your discussion.
I want make some adding and changing in the Thesis so the teacher can accept it, below that change that I need:
1- Make the regression in the Barro style. (check below links so you can find how and do the same
2- Give more details about what kind of variable we use.( You introduce the data briefly in Section 3.1 but somewhere you should provide more details what kind of variables you use.)
3- Mention from where you take this data.
4- You should describe the regression model by using the links below
5- Use the average growth rate instead of the level of GDP.
6- The explanatory variables very much capture the same thing (have you analyzed the problem of multicollinearity?). It is preferrable to have just one variable that represents this phenomenon, and then add other variables that are important determinants of growth.
7- You can find in the attached file the Thesis with notice from teacher in the right sites of pages in chapter 3.
Teacher comments in the paper some of them I mentioned in points 1 to 6 and some of them new.
Category A: Individual Behaviour
1. Prostitution is a transaction involving the exchange of a sexual service for
money. As long as the transaction is between two consenting adults, it should be
2. Smoking tobacco is so detrimental to health that it should be illegal.
Category B: Corporate Behaviour
1. Companies in Canada should be prohibited from building oil pipelines due to the
inherent risks to the environment.
2. Canadians should boycott companies that use child labour to produce goods.
Choose one statement from Category A and one statement from Category B and write
a 100-200 word response to each.
Hi – I am at the final stage of my Master of Arts capstone, which requires me to complete an 8,000-10,000 word paper explaining my project, my research, a lit review, and the recommendations/outcome. I have completed it and am in need of a final editing/proof read/fresh eyes on it. Unfortunately, my advisor is a bit lacking, so I’m willing to pay someone to go through it, tell me if it makes sense, edit it down (if possible) or point out areas that need rewriting, and let me know if I am missing any key pieces. I can provide the layout requested by the university if necessary but mostly, everything is there and pretty close to complete. The topic is on economic development on Native American Indian Reservations.
In your essay, identify the following:
Choose a real-life example of an oligopolistic market structure in the U.S.
Identify how your firm has been impacted by our macroeconomy.
Determine if your firm was dependent on the federal government for a bailout and/or restructuring.
Describe the factors your chosen firm has taken to avoid market failure at a macro-level.
Examine how your chosen firm affects our macroeconomy with regard to economic output.
Here are the required pages:
Body of the paper
Paper must pass plagiarism check!!
Edit whole document Need serious editing on the last paragraph/conclusion Please write a comprehensive Office Market Description of Downtwon Manhattan New York City. Make sure to include supply and demand trends for class A, B and C buildings. Also write a description of the Office Market in the Town of Greenwich Connecticut including the same. Then compare and contrast the two markets while identifying the key drivers that are effecting change in both. Minimum length 1,000 words maximum length 1,500 words