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”

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

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

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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*

mkt301 module 7 quiz 4 2017


Question 1 (5 points)

Which of the following statements is true about personal communication channels?

Question 1 options:

All personal communication channels are directly controlled by a company.

A billboard message exemplifies the use of a personal communication channel.

A magazine advertisement exemplifies the use of a personal communication channel.

Word-of-mouth influence uses a personal communication channel.

Personal communication channels do not allow sending and receiving of feedback.

Question 2 (5 points)

__________ is very believable because news stories, features, sponsorships, and events seem more real and believable to readers than ads do.

Question 2 options:

Personal selling

Public relations

Direct marketing

Sales promotion

Differentiated marketing

Question 3 (5 points)

HP’s advertising agency assembles words and illustrations into an advertisement that conveys the company’s intended brand message. In the context of the communication process, HP is __________.

Question 3 options:






Question 4 (5 points)

In most cases, what is the most expensive promotion tool?

Question 4 options:


Personal selling


Public relations

Mass media

Question 5 (5 points)

An appeal that attempts to stir up either negative or positive sentiments that can motivate purchase is called a(n) __________ appeal.

Question 5 options:





Question 6 (5 points)

The term “media multitaskers” refers to __________.

Question 6 options:

ad agencies whose clients are competitors of each other

people who absorb more than one medium at a time

competing brands that use the same media vehicle

media planners who also head the creative department

media planners who use more than one advertising medium

Question 7 (5 points)

Which of the following is an advantage of using newspapers as an advertising medium?

Question 7 options:

Broad acceptability

Good reproduction quality

Large pass-along audience

Long life

No ad competition within the same medium

Question 8 (5 points)

The National Pork Board developed “Pork. The Other White Meat” campaign. The campaign provided nutritional information and pork recipes in an attempt to encourage people to view pork as a tasty alternative to poultry and fish. Which of the following functions was the goal of this public relations campaign?

Question 8 options:

Influencing government regulations on pork

Rebuilding consumer interest in pork

Creating newsworthy information about pork

Gaining financial support for pork producers

Maintaining relationships with pork producers

Question 9 (5 points)

Which of the following statements is most likely true about radio as an advertising medium?

Question 9 options:

Radio offers very low audience selectivity.

Radio advertising is characterized by good local acceptance.

Radio ensures good attention from the target audience.

Radio advertising is typically quite expensive.

Radio prohibits the use of segmentation strategies.

Question 10 (5 points)

A Spanish-language channel runs its ads only in Hispanic neighborhoods. This is an example of __________.

Question 10 options:

buzz marketing

personal selling


media multitasking


Question 11 (5 points)

Which of the following is an advantage of using a sales force automation system?

Question 11 options:

Improves customer service

Eliminates the need for an inside sales force

Records major competitor’s sales

Eliminates employee attrition

Lowers sales team training costs

Question 12 (5 points)

Which of the following questions would help a marketer evaluate the return on a sales promotion investment?

Question 12 options:

Was the sales force successful in filtering out the good prospects from the poor ones?

Did the promotion attract new customers or more purchasing from current customers?

Did customers receive high-quality promotional products?

Did customers enjoy the events associated with the promotion?

Were channel intermediaries effectively positioned to ensure a seamless supply of products?

Question 13 (5 points)

Which of the following factors has most likely contributed to the rapid growth of sales promotion, particularly in consumer markets?

Question 13 options:

Rising hostility toward large firms

Declining advertising efficiency

Increasing popularity of e-procurement

Increasing number of international firms

Declining interest in quality

Question 14 (5 points)

Blue Fizz Inc. sponsors every race that takes place at the Sears Racing Track in Orange County, California. The high-octane racing at Sears is perfect for Blue Fizz to sell its energy drinks and to establish the desired brand image of the company. Which type of promotion is evident here?

Question 14 options:

Point-of-purchase promotion

Mass marketing

Solution selling

Event marketing

Advertising specialties

Question 15 (5 points)

Eric Brown is a human resource manager in a company selling and manufacturing personal computers. Who among the following is Eric most likely to hire as a salesperson if his objective is to minimize training costs post recruitment?

Question 15 options:

Henry, a young salesperson with a few months’ experience in a large MNC

Richard, a product developer from a competing firm

Nancy, an experienced engineer with no prior experience in personal selling

Samantha, a fresh college graduate

Melissa, a proven salesperson from a competing firm

Question 16 (5 points)

__________ involves sending an offer, announcement, reminder, or other item to a person at a particular address.

Question 16 options:

Direct-mail marketing

Kiosk marketing

Online marketing


Ambush marketing

Question 17 (5 points)

Which of the following terms refers to a 30-minute television advertising program that markets a single product?

Question 17 options:

Social media




Digital catalog

Question 18 (5 points)

Why does direct-mail marketing most likely remain a popular promotional tool for marketers?

Question 18 options:

It involves very low marketing costs.

It builds long-term customer relationships.

It reaches the consumer very quickly.

It does not disturb consumers enrolled in the Do Not Call Registry.

It provides something tangible for people to keep.

Question 19 (5 points)

Why are historically online shops such as adding catalogs to their marketing methods?

Question 19 options:

To connect with customers in hard-to-reach places

To reduce the need for telemarketers

To reduce the costs involved in online marketing

To drive online sales and services

To meet the increased demand in print catalogs

Question 20 (5 points)

Renkel Cosmetics sends a sample of the newest cosmetics line to all premium members’ addresses. Which of the following best describes Renkel’s form of marketing?

Question 20 options:

Direct-response television marketing

Kiosk marketing

Catalog marketing

Social media marketing


Direct-mail marketing

“Intellectual Property and Global Intellectual Property Rights”

Determine whether or not existing “fair use” exceptions strike an appropriate balance between creators and users of the material. Provide two (2) specific examples to support your response.

Determine the key legal and ethical issues surrounding the ability of pharmaceutical companies to patent and exploit plant-derived substances, and suggest at least one (1) way in which a company might provide compensation besides direct / individual payments.