World history and culture

Prompt: For Milestone Three, you will submit your rough draft. The rough draft should include as much of the completed paper as possible. All citations within the rough draft must be in Chicago-style footnotes with a bibliography on the final page.


Suggested Topic here is the following:

  • (Influences of African kingdoms on the Greco-Roman empire)

 Include an arguable thesis statement. The thesis statement should be well-phrased and set up the natural organization of the paper. The thesis statement should be included in the introduction paragraph of your paper. The thesis statement is the argument you are supporting throughout the paper with scholarly evidence.

 Place the chosen culture into a historical context through the inclusion of historical information regarding the country, religion, civilization, time period, dynasties or kingdoms, primary people involved, and any other relevant information.

 Your paper must compare Western and Eastern elements for the chosen topic, such as elements from Japan, China, India, Africa, or a combination of those AND an element (an explorer, an idea, a religion, an interaction, an empire, etc.) from Western civilization. Discussion of the comparative elements from the two regions should be throughout the paper to provide a comprehensive comparison.

 Analyze how members of your chosen topic react to ideas, institutions, and the cultural ideals during moments of historical interaction. Consider how the individuals or groups reacted to the exchange of ideas and how the interaction changed the civilization.

 You should analyze scholarly evidence to include in your paper that fully supports your thesis statement. You should include at least four primary sources and four secondary sources. Scholarly evidence can be included as specific examples, quotes, detail, events, or statistics to support the argument of the paper.

 Conclude with an analysis of the consequences of these interactions that considers how the cultural exchanges benefited both groups and are evident in the current day.


Guidelines for Submission: Your rough draft must be 5–6 pages in length (plus references) and must be written in Chicago-style format. Use double spacing, 12- point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Include at least four scholarly and four primary sources cited in Chicago/Turabian format for citations and bibliography. In terms of secondary resource material, ensure that the sources you use are indeed reliable. No general websites should be used. Instead, select sources that are written by historians.


Interactive Map of Africa

Review this resource to complete this task: Interactive Map of Africa

As European empires settled colonies around the world, their leaders decided to call a conference to organize how the rest of the world might be colonized while attempting to minimize the bloodshed of Europeans during the project. The meeting, known as the Conference of Berlin, was the peak event of the “Scramble for Africa,” during which European empires attempted to colonize as much of Africa and Asia as possible. Using the interactive map of Africa and the assigned reading in your textbook, choose one European empire for study. How did your chosen European empire expand to new regions? What were the political, religious, and economic implications of this expansion?


1-2 paragraphs

how feudal Japan and feudal Europe are both similar and different

Write an informative article describing how feudal Japan and feudal Europe are both similar and different. Remember, your goal is to teach museum visitors how feudal Japan and Europe compared. Your article should include:

  • a minimum of two paragraphs
    1. similarities and differences between how feudalism formed in medieval Europe and Japan
    2. similarities and differences between feudal society in medieval Europe and Japan (ex. social hierarchy, bushido versus chivalry)
  • at least five of the key terms listed below
  • a concluding statement that summarizes your main points
  • feudalism
  • bushi
  • shoen
  • fief
  • rural
  • urban
  • emperor
  • shogun
  • daimyo
  • samurai
  • peasant
  • artisan
  • merchant
  • king
  • lord
  • knight
  • vassal
  • serf
  • hara-kiri
  • bushido
  • chivalry

World history and culture

The last three centuries witnessed an utter transformation of the world during the growth of empires, particularly in Africa and Asia. To understand the modern world, you must understand the growth of powerful empires. Select two empires covered in this module’s material: one from the East and one from the West. Explore the methods of expansion employed by these two imperial traditions. What motivated their expansion? You might consider the roles played by political powers, religious doctrine, economic growth, or resources and technology. How did specific empires claim authority over these areas, and what means did they use to control their new subjects? Write a two- to three-page paper comparing and contrasting your chosen Asian or European empire.


Guidelines for Submission: Your paper must be submitted as a two- to three-page Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and at least three sources cited in Chicago/Turabian format. Note: The paper must include two empires to compare.

Challenges Hindering the Accessibility of Tanzania’s Health Service: A Literature Review”

The topic is: “Challenges Hindering the Accessibility of Tanzania’s Health Service: A Literature Review”

This article was already written by my friend and it is now online but he real needs your help to re-write it in a professional way with recently data, explanations, charts and tables that verify the truth about those challenges existing in Tanzania’s health care.

You should write 8 pages.

you can finish when you are ready. The paper needs to be r- written in a professional way as a research article. So you can use everything to write in a very professional way as a research article

I have attached an article as your reference design for you to write an article but you should not copy or use any information from this attached article because the article is below the standard of a professional research article

Please use this link to read the articles and follow the design of how to write a professional article:

i need help with 2-3 pages lab report physic :: mulit- meters voltage , resistance and current

Dr. Joy help pliz!

i need 2-3 pages lab report mulit- meters voltage , resistance and current

One of the images is in the email multimeters20voltage2020resistance-12

The current in a microwave oven is 6.24 A . If the resistance of the oven’s circuitry is 17.6 â„¦…

The current in a microwave oven is 6.24 A . If the resistance of the oven’s circuitry is 17.6 Ω , what is the potential difference across the oven? Answer in units of V.

Physics Roller Coaster Lab

Lab #4 is Roller Coaster and Conservation of Energy. Run the experiment and fill in the lab data sheet for submission. You are demonstrating to yourself how one form of energy stored in an object in the Earth’s gravity field aka gravitational mechanical energy is converted to energy of motion aka Kinetic Energy. You are to show that the total energy (within exp. error) is conserved no matter what form the energy takes. UPDATE:, Check the World Menu on the toolbar of the IP Physics Lab program after you open the Roller Coaster File and make sure the gravity is set to 10m/s^2 for g with vertical checked. Also, check air resistance and set to zero until instructions tell you otherwise.BEWARE that when you change the air resistance to make sure you are choosing LOW resistance, note the units as shown in the instructions. Lastly, you will be required to change the mass. You do that by clicking on the mass and another box should open where you can input the mass. ANY changes must be done BEFORE you run the experiment please

Answer Sheet:

Lab 4

Data Tables & Short Answers:

Fill in the charts below:

Ball Position PE KE TE or E

Is total energy (T.E.) conserved in every case (within experimental error)? ______ yes ______ no [If not, where did the missing energy go?] ____________________________________________

What if the mass of the ball changed from 0.01 kg to 1.0 kg? Fill in the chart below:

Ball Position PE KE TE or E

Is total energy (T.E.) conserved in every case (within experimental error)? ______ yes ______ no [If not, where did the missing energy go?] ____________________________________________

What if the air resistance on the ball changed from 0.0 to 0.05 kg/m•s (change the mass back to the original value, 0.01 kg & go the “World” menu)? Fill in the chart below:

Ball Position PE KE TE or E

Is total energy (T.E.) conserved in every case (within experimental error)? ______ yes ______ no [If not, where did the missing energy go?] ____________________________________________________________________

Links to Files to run the Lab:

**Note: You need to have the interactive Physics program to run the simulation*