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Nursing

To Prepare: Review the Resources and reflect on the definition and goal of EBP.(

To Prepare:
Review the Resources and reflect on the definition and goal of EBP.( evidence based practice)
Choose a professional healthcare organization’s website (e.g., a reimbursing body, an accredited body, or a national initiative).
Explore the website to determine where and to what extent EBP is evident.
Post a description of the healthcare organization website you reviewed. Describe where, if at all, EBP appears (e.g., the mission, vision, philosophy, and/or goals of the healthcare organization, or in other locations on the website). Then, explain whether this healthcare organization’s work is grounded in EBP and why or why not. Finally, explain whether the information you discovered on the healthcare organization’s website has changed your perception of the healthcare organization. Be specific and provide examples.

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Management

BEHS220 1.) Aleah Lewis The idea that some Whites fail to notice their own race

BEHS220
1.) Aleah Lewis
The idea that some Whites fail to notice their own race relates to race being a social construct in the sense that if race was actually born of essentialism as opposed to being a human invention, then there would be no opportunity for them to readily dissociate themselves from it. Seeing themselves as “normal” and “just human” and associating race with only non-whites serves to reinforce the idea that they are the norm, and everyone else is “other,” so their ideologies, and behaviors should remain the standard by which everyone else is judged. I feel as though them not noticing their race also stems from the fact that they don’t really have to. Whether or not they think of themselves as racial beings does not necessarily affect their experiences as privileged individuals.
Another perspective to this could also be the fact that, though it might be to a small extent in today’s society, not all White people have encountered or learned about People of Color. Therefore, seeing themselves as the norm could possibly be a result of mere ignorance.
I feel as though the different groups have different views because Black, Hispanic, and Asian individuals all fall prey to the hands of White America in different ways and to different extents – views on the country’s progress regarding racial equality are generally intricately linked to personal experiences with racial discrimination and oppression. I have to say that I most closely agree with the statistics associated with the responses of Black Americans – and yes this is heavily influenced by the fact that I am a Black woman – because I feel as though the progress made over the years have been very minimal. We have been fighting the same fight and singing the same tune for years, yet we are still one of the most oppressed groups in America and I don’t see that changing in the near future. The complete dismantling of social systems and structures need to happen before the racial inequality gap in all aspects of society can even begin to close. However, I feel as though racism is too deeply embedded in our systems for that to happen. Maybe I am too pessimistic but I feel as though America will never be a place where Black people can live without fear and be their authentic selves.
Halley, J., Eshleman, A. & R.M. Vijaya. (2010). Ch. 1: The Invisibility of Whiteness. Seeing White: An Introduction to White Privilege and Race. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. http://ezproxy.umgc.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=e025xna&AN=373157&site=eds-live&scope=site&profile=edsebook&ebv=EB&ppid=pp_1
Horowitz, J.M., Parker, K., Brown, A., & Cox, K. (2020, October 6). Amid National Reckoning, Americans Divided on Whether Increased Focus on Race Will Lead to Major Policy Change. Pew Research Center. https://www.pewresearch.org/social-trends/2020/10/06/amid-national-reckoning-americans-divided-on-whether-increased-focus-on-race-will-lead-to-major-policy-change/
2.) Veronica Buelow
The way I interpret the quote “Often whites simply perceive themselves as ‘normal’ or ‘just human’ and fail to notice their own race” (p. 4). Halley, Eshleman & Vijaya (2010), from their book Seeing White: An Introduction to White Privilege and Race is that some white people use the word ‘normal’ synonymously with ‘better’ or ‘superior’ without realizing it. They do not reflect on their own being to see the ignorance (even if not intended) that they produce by using these phrases. It is because if something is not to their usual standard, they see it as different or weird, and not ‘normal’. This relates to the idea that race is socially and culturally constructed because society continues to group people together and stereotype them. Culturally includes religion, physical appearance, etc. A quote from the same story states “Societies springing from and influenced by western civilizations have long thought about and understood much of life in terms of binaries or dualisms. This either/or framework patterns western individual lives and western societies and cultures. We tend to think of people in either/or terms, Black is one thing, white another, men are one way, women another.” (Halley, Eshleman & Vijaya (2010). I think this quote was important because it pointed out the way western individuals’ group and stereotype people based on a variety of things. I think the different groups discussed in the article have different views of the progress that has been made on equality because some groups are affected by the problems in society while others are not. In the Pew Research Center’s (2020) report, it states “Overall, 49% of U.S. adults now say the country hasn’t gone far enough when it comes to Black people having equal rights with White people, up from 45% in early 2019.” (Horowitz, Parker, Brown & Cox, 2020). Then proceeded with “And while a majority of Hispanics (57%) now say the country hasn’t gone far enough in this regard, 48% said the same last year. Meanwhile, the views of White Americans are virtually unchanged.” (Horowitz, Parker, Brown & Cox, 2020). The group I most closely agree with are Black and Hispanic people. The reasoning for this is that being a part of the minority, society is challenging when it shouldn’t be. They go through so much to fight for equal rights and opportunities. Even if some have not personally have not had an issue in society, watching those that are similar to you suffer makes you want to make a change. Relatable or not. So, with white people, there is a lot of backlash and ignorance because they do not have to suffer with the problems of people of color so some of them do not see a problem.
Halley, J., Eshleman, A. & R.M. Vijaya. (2010). Ch. 1: The Invisibility of Whiteness. Seeing White: An
Introduction to White Privilege and Race. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
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live&scope=site&profile=edsebook&ebv=EB&ppid=pp_1
Horowitz, J.M., Parker, K., Brown, A., & Cox, K. (2020, October 6). Amid National Reckoning, Americans
Divided on Whether Increased Focus on Race Will Lead to Major Policy Change. Pew Research
Center. https://www.pewresearch.org/social-trends/2020/10/06/amid-national-reckoning-
americans-divided-on-whether-increased-focus-on-race-will-lead-to-major-policy-change/
PACE111B
1.)Daniel Edmondson
What career track(s) did you research? Business Consultant, Program Management, Strategic Planning.
List the requirements and job skills needed to be successful. What skills do you still need? How could you get them?
Systems Development could be achieved by building my own business and learning the skill through experience, or by interning at a Consulting firm and being part of a team developing a System for a client.
Business Analysis could be improved by reading case studies from the top business schools and companies that specialize in this. Then as the studies are read, I can be taking notes in parallel as to what I would have recommended, how it could be implemented, and why the business went with the final decision.
Strategic Planning could be developed by taking into account my own goals. Writing them out and reverse planning how to get there the most efficient way possible. I could also conduct a thought exercise with a fake business, add limitations to what I can do to help simulate the dynamism of the marketplace, then take the same steps as previously mentioned.
List the first steps that can lead to your long-term goals. What job titles might you seek upon graduation? Will you need any special certifications or qualifications at that time? If so, what are they, and how will you attain them?
Job titles that I will be seeking upon graduation are Business Analyst. Other than my degree and the network that I will have developed there is no necessary certificates or further education that would be required. However, I can take it upon myself to be certified in specialties that would bolster my credibility on my resume and give me exposure to potential real-world situations that would pop up in my future job/career. The PMP certificate comes to mind.
What did you learn from your SteppingBlocks assessment? My personality assessment says that I am 1.5% of the population. That my career aspirations don’t all perfectly fit my personality type. The road ahead is long and difficult, but ultimately rewarding in the aspects that I care about. “Are considered the second most argumentative personality type,” this was funny to read because of it’s accuracy.
2.)Erin Slocum
What career track(s) did you research?
I researched Human Resource Management because that is what I ultimately want to get my degree in.
List the requirements and jobs skills needed to be successful. What skills do you still need? How could you get them?
Based off the video and information from reading the content provided I would need a Bachelors degree, or a Masters degree in HRM to be more competitive in the market. It was also stated that advancing the degree in business would help with HR. So maybe getting a 4 year in HR, but then getting the 6 year in Business. It was recommended to do an internship, and to be apart of some group that showed you know how to work with multiple people, and different personalities.
List the first steps that can lead to your long-term goals. What job titles might you seek upon graduation? Will you need any special certifications or qualifications at that time? If so, what are they, and how will you attain them?
The first step would be getting my Associates, then my Bachelors in Human Resource Management, and then possibly move on to obtain a Masters. What I would seek after graduation wouldn’t be a title, but an internship. I would like to get an entry way into getting a job with the company I chose, and apply to do an internship with, and I would like to get access to what it is like in everyday life for that specific job. I think that is super important if available instead of jumping straight in. It gives you more insight as to what you will be doing and what you need to be prepared for. I would go after any certifications and qualifications once I made sure this job was the right fit for me, and also based off of which department within HR I would be working for.
What did you learn from your SteppingBlocks assessment?
I really actually learned a lot from this assessment. It told me that I am an ENFJ which stands for Extraversion (E), Intuition (N), Feeling (F), Judgment (J). The assessment told me “You are caring, empathetic, sensitive, loyal, and outgoing. You focus on the happiness of your team and pursue achievements in the best interest of the group. Your openness to innovative approaches allow you to facilitate group work and compliment your natural leadership abilities.”
Human resource was listed on the options for my personalities on the “Best Majors” section along with quite a few others. As far as jobs, the top option for me was actually Psychologist, which is what I was initially going to go for, until I took 3 classes and realized it was straight science (which Is one of my least favorite subjects). I think this assessment was one of my favorite things I have done in this class because I feel like it was very accurate and gave me a list of jobs it said I would be good at that I would have never thought of. It was also extremely accurate on what jobs to avoid, like computer systems. I am taking IFSM right now, and I can tell you, half the time I have no idea what is going on. So I would say thing was super helpful and I really enjoyed learning more about myself through this assessment.
Candid Career. (n.d.). Www.candidcareer.com. Retrieved November 23, 2022, from https://www.candidcareer.com/video-hr+management

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Humanities

BACKGROUND Utilitarianism uplifts ‘the greatest happiness principle’ and asks us

BACKGROUND
Utilitarianism uplifts ‘the greatest happiness principle’ and asks us to measure the consequences of our actions above all else. But then the next question arrives, who and what counts as consequential, especially as we consider large-scale problems such as climate injustice? In one of this week’s readings, philosopher Kyle Whyte reflects on the stories we tell ourselves to make sense of place in this world:
Is there a succinct way to convey an Indigenous perspective on climate justice that makes all these connections? Perhaps a story of vessels can be created to describe Indigenous climate justice. Stories of vessels, such as ships, canoes and boats, are often created to describe the relationships among different societies who share land, water and air. Buckminster Fuller’s “spaceship earth” flies through space without the possibility of getting more fuel and supplies, illustrating dependence on finite resources (Fuller, 2008). Garrett Hardin described rich countries as lifeboats surrounded by poor people swimming in the surrounding oceans – there is only so much room on the lifeboat for poor people as environmental and economic conditions deteriorate (Hardin, 1974). Martin Luther King, Jr., in an attempt to motivate respect for diversity and justice in the U.S., said the widely quoted phrase “We may have come to these shores on different ships, but we are now all in the same boat” (3).
Instead of the spaceship or lifeboat, Whyte offers an allegory featuring canoes, aircraft carriers, and hovercrafts; “[t]he pool of waters and sky are the earth system at broad and local scales.” For him (and Hoover), the earth system is not destined to be rendered a wasteland (the tragedy of the commons) because of humanity’s unchecked greed–the earth system is abundant, and human cultures are adaptive. The real problem has to do with the design of the aircraft carriers and hovercrafts.
Ask yourself as you read, are we adrift on a lifeboat and doomed to violence, hoarding, and gorging as we fight for survival? Or are other stories possible?
MATERIALS
Garrett Hardin, Lifeboat Ethics: the Case Against Helping the Poor. Limited time? Read these sections: the introduction, Adrift in a Moral Sea, Multiplying the Rich and the Poor, Population Control the Crude Way, Overloading the Environment.
Kyle Powys Whyte, Way Beyond the Lifeboat,
The biggest priority for your reading: Protecting Our Living Relatives: Environmental Reproductive Justice and Seed Rematriation
Key concepts: lifeboat ethics, the tragedy of the commons (see Elinor Ostrom for critique), anthropogenic (human-caused), living relatives/other-than-human, climate injustice, collective continuance, eradication and assimilation, reproductive justice, environmental justice, seed sovereignty, repatriation, traditional foodways
PROMPT
Choose 2-3 quotes from our readings that were most thought-provoking for you and explain why.
Readings:
Garrett Hardin, Lifeboat Ethics: the Case Against Helping the Poor. Limited time? Read these sections: the introduction, Adrift in a Moral Sea, Multiplying the Rich and the Poor, Population Control the Crude Way, and Overloading the Environment.
Kyle Powys Whyte, Way Beyond the Lifeboat,
The biggest priority for your reading: Protecting Our Living Relatives: Environmental Reproductive Justice and Seed Rematriation
Please write the answer in VERY SIMPLE LANGUAGE.
No plagiarism should be found.
Please let me know which quotes you choose.
Please take your time to go over all the articles provided and write the answer accordingly.

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English

Students should be able to compare and contrast the United States to another cou

Students should be able to compare and contrast the United States to another country during a historical period occurring between 19th-century expansionism and industrialization and the more recent eras of globalization and rising political conservatism. Students should provide a clear, concise, analytical, and organized written response that addresses the
objective and includes supporting evidence and examples in the form of Chicago-Styled Citations.
Instructions: Write a 5-paragraph paper that addresses the above learning objective.
Topic: Explain similarities and differences between the United States and Great Britian during the late 19th, 20th, or early 21st century

• All papers should be submitted in twelve-point Times New Roman font using the template for 8 ½ x 11 inch white paper.
• Use one-inch margins and double space.
• Be sure to include page numbers (do not number the first page).
• Do not include pictures.
Paragraphs are 5-8 complete sentences.
• Do not plagiarize!
• You will receive a grade of zero for a plagiarized paper.
• A good rule of thumb is to footnote or endnote any place you use more than three or four of another author’s words.

• Please consult www.plagiarism.org for tips on avoiding plagiarism.
• Include your bibliography. (This one should note be annotated.)
• Be sure to use at least three references.
Annnotated Bibilogy is inlcuded in the attachments. These are the references thatshould be used!

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Writing

For this task you will select three videos that allow you to observe learning en

For this task you will select three videos that allow you to observe learning environments where efforts are being made to meet cultural, social, and emotional learning needs of students. In each video, you will observe teachers in their classrooms and will then evaluate their efforts to incorporate the diverse cultures and communities of individual learners into the learning environment. (I can’t share the link for the video but I will attach the transcript for the videos)
A. Identify three videos from the attached “Task 1 Video List” found in the Supporting Documents section.
Note: When selecting three videos to observe, it may be helpful to read the description available on the web page for each video. You will want to choose videos that will give you enough relevant material to respond to parts B1–B5 .
B. Reflect on your video observations by doing the following:
1. Discuss specific examples of how the teachers in the videos effectively incorporated the needs of individual learners within their learning environments, including at least one example of each of the following from any of the three videos:
cultural needs
social needs
emotional needs
2. Discuss ways that the teachers could have more effectively incorporated individual learners’ cultural, social, or emotional needs in the learning environments.
3. Discuss two culturally sustaining pedagogy strategies you learned from observing the videos that you could incorporate into your future practice as a teacher.
a. Explain how you can apply the two strategies from B3 in your future classroom.
4. Explain how you could involve your students’ caregivers in the execution of the strategies from part B3, including specific examples.
5. Explain how you could involve the community in the execution of the strategies from part B3, including specific examples.
C. Acknowledge sources, using in-text citations and references, for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized.

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Writing

Write marketing analysis for fitness tracker industry. For this paper, I need

Write marketing analysis for fitness tracker industry.
For this paper, I need to compare Garmin Fitness Trackers & Fitbit Fitness Trackers – and only the fitness trackers. (check attached file, file the chat , and only write about the promotion parts!!)
Ignore the other parts, only write PROMOTION parts.
Promotion
Promotion AnalysisGarmin Fitness Trackers Promotion Decision StrengthsGarmin Fitness Trackers Promotion Decision WeaknessesFitbit Fitness Trackers Promotion Decision StrengthsFitbit Fitness Trackers Promotion Decision WeaknessesOverall Promotion Value Comparative Analysis & Winner(compare Garmin & Fitbit)Part 1:
Promotion: What are the major tools of promotion that the company has used to communicate to their target market specifically about/featuring these product lines? How were they used? Include examples of your promotional findings in your appendices.
Part 2:
Promotions Analysis
§Evaluate the promotional decisions – including the selection of tools and how they are used. What are the strengths and weaknesses of each company’s promotional decisions, particularly in relation to getting the attention of the target market and generating interest in and desire to purchase the product line in question, and overall communicating value to the target market? You can (and should) consider the application of the individual tools, the choice of the tools themselves, and/or the level/quality of integration. Analyze why each point being made is a strength or a weakness.
Promotions Value Comparative Analysis & Winner
§Compare the strengths and weaknesses of the two companies in order to determine which of the two companies has communicated superior value via their promotional decisions particularly as it relates to this product line. If it’s a draw, present your argument for declaring it a draw.

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Business

What suggestions do you have for improving the DBR’s plan to demonstrate conside

What suggestions do you have for improving the DBR’s plan to demonstrate consideration of DEI and CSR?

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Writing

What role should America’s ideals play in its national security policy? Include

What role should America’s ideals play in its national security policy? Include historical, current, and hypothetical cases in the analysis.
300 words at least, please cite outside resources.

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Powerpoint

Introduction slidesProvide a problem statement for your whole team project that

Introduction slidesProvide a problem statement for your whole team project that includes the overall objective of your whole robot swarm/collection.
Remember to focus on the problem’s goal without pre-conceiving a solution. Please refer to the previous deliverable to better understand how a problem statement should be. E.g. you can say ‘Rats are a common problem in NYC subway system, we are developing an automated solution to contain rodent population’.
Briefly provide a description of the problem context /application area that the proposed design focuses on addressing, and what’s currently lacking in it. How are you adding value economically, or individually, or socially, or environmentally, or technologically.
Briefly mention direct customers: Who are the actual end-users and actual buyers?
Briefly mention indirect customers: Who are other relevant people that indirectly may affect the design? (E.g., other users, investors, policy makers, etc.)
Provide a list of design requirements that a successful robot swarm/collection must fulfill. These should be the same as (or an updated version of) what you proposed in the first/second deliverable. These are the requirements for the overall robot swarm, not the individual robots.
Also remember the rules regarding the requirements from the first deliverable. They should be measurable, quantitative (numbers), and specific. Your design requirements must come from the customer’s needs and wants. They are not the constraints artificially imposed by the course guidelines (e.g., “The design shall have at least two sensors” is not a customer-based requirement).
List what types of individual robots are included in the swarm/collection and which belong to which team member. In a few words (less than a sentence), mention what each robot does. No need to provide details that is for the next section.
List them in the order they will appear in the presentation.
Individual Robots slides
In this collection of slides each team member (one after the other) will present their individual robot (as requested below).Mechanical Design slides
While showing the detailed CAD model / assembly of your robot from multiple viewpoints (as snapshots), clearly describe how various parts of your robot are connected together and function together. Clearly mention all the mechanical parts of your design (e.g., body frame, shafts, beams, etc. as necessary). Mention (and point out) all the sensors, actuators, and electronic parts. Clearly mention how all these elements function together to make your design work. Mention the key features.
Briefly mention and justify any changes since the proposal (if any).
Only, if you made the robot using physical parts, you can just show pictures of your robot from multiple angles. You are exempt from the CAD model of the robot. You may even hold it while presenting/explaining.
Most of your CAD design may simply be a combination of boxes and cylinders with slots/holes in them. For example, a motor can just be a cylinder with a shaft (another cylinder) coming from it, an Arduino can just be a box (give it a different color though). Show all the components needed e.g. shafts and bearings, pulleys, wheels, gearbox, sensors, actuators, etc. You may idealize them as combinations of boxes, cylinders, and holes. You don’t need to show any electrical wires, or pulley cables.
There should be enough detail in your design! But don’t go way overboard. You hopefully won’t need more than 10-20 parts in your model. Don’t worry about rendering, but adding some colors will help! Surely add some dimensions. It should be at the right zoom level to see clearly.
Once again, if you made the robot using physical parts, you can show a picture of your robot from multiple angles, instead of any CAD drawing. You may even hold it while presenting/explaining.
If a 3D (isometric) view doesn’t show all the relevant inside details, you can make some component transparent (hood, roof, outer-covering) to show what’s inside. Hence, presenting multiple pictures.
Circuit Design slides
While showing the TinkerCAD circuit for your robot (or a picture of your actual circuit, made in real life), describe how various sensors and actuators of your robot are connected together and function together. Clearly mention (and point out) all the sensors, actuators, and electronic parts.
Briefly mention and justify any changes since the proposal (if any).
Make sure the circuit pictures/TinkerCAD screen has the right zoom level, otherwise you may split it over multiple slides.
Arduino Code and flowchart slidesShow and explain the overall logic of the program as a flowchart (activity diagram). Make sure the flowchart has a sufficient zoom level (or consider splitting it over multiple slides)
The structure/content of your flowchart can follow the instructions similar to those given in part-4 of the “Activity: Arduino Coding (Individual)”
Briefly mention and justify any changes since the proposal (if any).
While describing the activity diagram (flowchart)Mention what type of information will your robot receive from the others (And/or the central control hub), to initiate its designated tasks. These are the inputs to the robot.
Mention what type of information will your robot receive from the environment through the sensors. These are also the inputs to the robot.
Mention what actions will your robot do with all combinations of these inputs (e.g. if the presence of a fire is detected by a light sensor, how will the robot and its actuators react). These are the processes/outputs of the robot.
Mention what type of information will your robot transmit to the others, or the central control hub, based on the inputs/processes above. These are also the outputs of the robots.
Your activity diagram must clearly show all possible combinations of inputs and outputs, in a concise way.
Include the pictures/snippets of your actual Arduino code also (though in interest of time, you don’t need to speak about every line/concept in the code). Make sure these have sufficient zoom level to see the code. Instead of pictures/snippets, you may even very briefly just scroll through your whole code.
Demonstration
Now it is time to show how various systems of the robot all function together.
If you are demonstrating via TinkerCAD, please share the screen, run the simulation with your Arduino code and show various input-output combinations from your flowchart. Show how the robot’s actuators (motors, servomotors, etc.) move according to the information received from the other robots or the central hub, or the sensors. E.g., show the actuators move, as you manually change the light for light sensor during simulation, or obstacle in front of distance sensor etc.
The information that the robot receives from or sends to the other robots/central hub, may be coded as single alphanumeric characters (e.g. 1, 2, 3, a, A, b, B, @, !, etc. ) or as text strings (e.g. Robot1_TurnLeft). For demonstration purposesthe information to be sent can be displayed by your robot on the Serial monitor using the Serial.print() type of functions,
the information to be received can by typed by YOU during the demonstration into the serial monitor and then “sent” to the code as single alphanumeric characters or as text strings. The Arduino code shall receive this information using the Serial.read() or Serial.readString() function and then perform the designated tasks with that information. You may also use the IR remote and its sensor to send information to the robot instead of Serial.read() etc.
If you made a physical robot, you can demonstrate its functionality in real time. Your Arduino can send/receive information (alphanumeric) either through a Bluetooth module and an android phone, or a IR sensor with a remote, or just simply through the Serial monitor on your laptop and the USB wire connecting the computer to the Arduino (It is ok if your robot is tethered to the computer by a USB wire during the demonstration).
Collective Behavior slides
Clearly explain the collective behavior of the robots through an overall activity diagram (flowchart). Refer to the flowchart instructions above (from the individual robots section)
This flowchart should clearly show the interaction of input/output information between each robot (and the central hub if needed). Be concise but complete!
If you want some extra credit now show and explain the MATLAB code you wrote for the robots to collaborate. Hopefully, it does what you explained via the activity diagram. In interest of time, you don’t need to go over every line of the code. The activity diagram, well explained, should suffice. To show the code, you may include the snippets of the code (with sufficient zoom) or you may just scroll through the code while sharing it on a screen (with sufficient zoom).
Now, run the MATLAB file so that the viewer can see the robots (represented as dots) move as expected. Explain as needed.
Entrepreneurial Aspects slides
Budget: Even though you only made a prototype (a scaled version of the actual product), what will be the cost of the actual market ready system? Make a reasonably accurate estimate, justified by research and analysis of the cost of various components, labor, etc. You may provide references.
Is it a new concept? Has something similar been done before? Mention what already exists in the market (direct competitors or similar products). You may provide information/links and references for these products.
How is your design adding value to what already exists? How does it compare to others in cost and other aspects? Explain how will it better address the customer needs. Why should we/customers etc. invest in your design. (Some considerations: sometime people like to pay more for the brand value, sometimes your product can target only a special market not general population)
Summary slide(s)What lessons you have learned while working on this project, in terms of engineering design, entrepreneurial mindset, management, working in the team etc.
What would you do differently if you were to do this project again?
Summarize the whole presentation in a few sentences. Provide a layout of all that you presented today but focusing on the key points.
References slide(s)
Include the references used as a numbered list in an appropriate format. It should include citations for all the references used (e.g. source of information for problem context, budget, existing products, sources for any images/pictures, etc.). Citation number should also appear in the slide where information was referred.
In interest of time, you don’t need to go over the references just leave them as the final slide.
i have attached a sample of the project.

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Management

Week 2 Chapter 02 Homework: Measuring Performance in Operations and Value Chains

Week 2
Chapter 02 Homework: Measuring Performance in Operations and Value Chains
Week 4
Chapter 04 Homework: Technology and Operations Management
Week 5
Chapter 06 Excel Activity: Break-Even
Week 6
Chapter 07 Homework: Process Selection, Design, and Improvement
Week 9
Chapter 09 Homework: Forecasting and Demand Planning
Chapter 10 Homework: Capacity Management
Week 10
Chapter 11 Homework: Process Analysis and Resource Utilization
Week 11
Chapter 12 Homework: Managing Inventories in Supply Chains
Chapter 13 Homework: Supply Chain Management and Logistics
Week 12
Chapter 14 Homework: Resource Management
Chapter 15 Homework: Operations Scheduling and Sequencing
Week 14
Chapter 16 Homework: Quality Management
Chapter 17 Homework: Quality Control and SPC
Week 15
-Chapter 19 Homework: Project Management