The way people greet each other when they meet for the first time varies from culture to culture. In some cultures, people bow, and in others, they shake hands. How one shakes hands sends an important message about one’s character. In English-speaking countries, shaking hands is the custom. If done properly, a handshake gives the impression of strength and honesty, and if done improperly, it conveys weakness and dishonesty. A proper handshake has four ingredients: pressure, pumps, eye contact, and verbal message. Mr. X went to Mexico from England to manage a milk pasteurization plant. For eight months, he tried every way possible to convince his workers of the importance of punctuality and of checking every detail of their work. The response was always, “Yes, yes, we will do our best,” but nothing ever changed. Then one day an impressive new pasteurization unit arrived and was installed. To celebrate the occasion, Mr. X decided to throw a big party at the plant. The employees did most of the planning and draped the new unit with garlands. During the party one of Mr. X’s supervisors took him aside and said, “Now we see that you are Buena gente; from now on I am sure everyone will really try to do their best for you.” And so it was – neither punctuality nor quality checks were any longer needed. The party was great success, and everybody had a good time. This story illustrates the need to understand that doing business in a different culture demands an understanding of the culture. In 1976, an earthquake in Tangshan, China, killed over 250,000 people. Iran suffered more than 80,000 deaths in two massive quakes in 1990 and 2003. In an average year, earthquakes kill 10,000 people worldwide and cause millions of dollars worth of property damage. Scientist keep trying to find ways to predict earthquakes – so far without much success. Currently under study are four main methods for predicting when and where the next Big One will occur.

...Proportions
Problem 1
Bear population. To estimate the size of the bear population on the Keweenaw Peninsula, conservationists captured, tagged, and released 50 bears. One year later, a random sample of 100 bears included only 2 tagged bears. What is the conservationist's estimate of the size of the bear population?
I think using a simple ratio equation would work here,
let b = bear population
=
cross multiply
2b = 50*100
2b=5000 divide 2 by 5000
5000 =b
2
b=2500 answer
Problem 2
For the second problem in this assignment I am asked to solve this equation for y. The first thing I notice is that it is a single fraction (ratio) on both sides of the equal sign so basically it is a proportion which can be solved by cross multiplying the extremes and means.
y-1 = -3 this problem is a proportion
x+3 4
y-1 (x+3 = -3 (x+3) multiply both sides by x+3 – using the extreme means
x+3 4 property
y-1= -3x+3 add 1 to 3. A number that appears to be a solution but causes 4 0 in a denominator is called an extraneous solutions
y=-3x+4
4 answer
The form of equation I ended up with in problem 10 would be a linear equation. I noticed that the coefficient of x is different than the original problem is that x+3 and in my problem it is -3x/4. I could solve the problem by cross...

...specify in a variable declaration?
You must specify the variable type and an identifier.
int n; // type - int, identifier - n
6. What value is stored in uninitialized variables?
is a variable that is declared but is not set to a definite known value before it is used.
Algorithm workbench
3. Write assignment statements that perform the following operations with the variables a, b, and c.
a. Adds 2 to a and stores the result in b
b. Multiplies b times 4 and stores the result in a
c. Divides a by 3.14 and stores the result in b
d. Subtracts 8 from b and stores the result in a
Assignment statements that perform operations with the variables a, b, and c* (*Actually none of these operations involves the variable c at all... is this an error, or a 'trick answer'?):
b = a + 2
a = b * 4
b = a / 3.14
a = b – 8
4. Assume the variables result, w, x, y, and z are all integers, and that w = 5, x = 4, y = 8, and z = 2. What value will be stored in result in each of the following statements?
a. Set result = x + y
b. Set result = z * 2
c. Set result = y / x
d. Set result = y – z
result = x++ - y;
Answer -4
result = 4 – 8 = -4
result = ++w + y;
Answer
w = w + 1 = 5 + 1 = 6
result = 6 + 8 = 14
5. Write a pseudocode statement that declares the variable cost so it can hold real numbers.
Declare Real price= 0.00
Display "the original price."
Input item original price
Display "price"
6. Write a...

...Week 1 Activity—Pseudocode and Visual Basic
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TCO 1—Given a simple business problem, design and desk-check a solution that is expressed in terms of pseudocode, flowchart, and/or input-process-output (IPO) diagrams.
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Assignment
This activity will assist you in the understanding of how output should appear after statements are executed (results) and how to write proper pseudocode, as well as the relationship between pseudocode, flowcharts, and programming language code.
1. Show the result of each pseudocode program.
2. Also rewrite the pseudocode statements or flowchart using Assignment statements.
Rubric
When completed, compile the following documents together neatly in order.
1) This instruction sheet first
2) Your answer sheet second
Point distribution for this activity:
Activity |
Document | Points possible | Points received |
Problem #1 | 6 | |
Problem #2 | 6 | |
Problem #3 | 8 | |
Total Points | 20 | |
Example
The variable A starts with value 5.
Add 1 to A
Display the value of A on the screen.
Example Output
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6
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Example Pseudocode...

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ASSIGNMENT SUBMISSION AND ASSESSMENT
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OUMM3203
PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
(PLEASE EDIT WHERE NECESSARY-THIS IS ONLY SUGGESTIONS FOR THE ASSIGNMENT’S GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS)
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INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENTS
1. This assignment contains only ONE (1) question that is set in the language of the printed module for the course.
2. Answer in _______ or English.
3. Download the language version of the assignment template concerned from the MyVLE for preparation and submission of your assignment. Your assignment should be typed using 12 point Times New Roman font and 1.5 line spacing.
4. Your assignment should be between 2500 to 3000 words excluding references. The number of words should be shown at the end of your assignment. Do not copy the assignment question and instructions to your answer.
5. You must submit your assignment ON-LINE via the MyVLE. Refer to the portal for instructions on the procedures to submit your assignment on-line. You are advised to keep a copy of your submitted assignment for personal reference.
6. You can submit your assignment ONCE only in a SINGLE file.
7. Your assignment must be...

...PT1420 - Unit 5 Homework and Lab Assignment
Unit 5 Assignment1: Homework
1.) Design an if-then statement that assigns 20 to the variable y and assigns 40 to the variable z if the variable x is greater than 100. (Simple if statement)
If x > 100 then
Y=20
Z=40
End if
2.) Design an if-then statement that assigns 0 to the variable b and assigns 1 to the variable c if variable a is less than 10. (Simple if statement)
3.) Design an if-then-else statement that assigns 0 to variable b if variable a is less than 10, otherwise it should assign 99 to variable b. (Alternative if statement)
If a < 10 then
B = 0
Else
B = 99
End f
4.) The symbols >, <, and == are all Relational operators.
5.) The if-then statement is an example of a conditioal structure.
6.) The Selection structure is based on boolean logic.
7.) The if-else statement is know as a dual alternative decision structure.
8.) A nested if statement is used to ask multiple questions before deciding what processing path to take.
True False
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Unit 5 Labs
1.) Lab 5.1: Evaluating Conditions with Relational Operators.
Critical Review
A relational operator determines whether a specific relationship exists between two values.
Relational operators
Operator
Meaning
Boolean Expression
>
Greater than
X > Y
<
Less...

...Institute Approved Centre
Level 5 Extended Diploma in Management and Leadership
Written Assessment – 5
Unit 5001V1
Instruction Sheet
Assignment: Unit 5001V1 – Personal development as a manager and leader
Level: 5
Lecturer: Ian Laing
Date of Issue: 13th May 2015
Date Due In: 26th June 2015
Format: Word Document submitted to:
ianlaing@ihlassociates.karoo.co.uk
Assessment Outline
Candidates are to write an essay of between 2500 and 3000 words excluding appendices about how to improve their own management and leadership skills and competencies to help meet your performance objectives. You should also write about how you develop effective working relationships to help you deal with a variety of situations in the workplace which will require you to support and promote staff welfare.
Your essay should be based on research, investigation and analysis which you have carried out yourself making sure that you acknowledge sources and include appropriate references, bibliography and appendices in support of your investigation and argument.
The essay should answer the following questions demonstrating your knowledge and understanding of the topics covered by this unit.
1. Identify the importance of continual self-development in achieving organisation objectives. Also assess your current skills and competencies against your defined...

...Week 1 Activity – Pseudocode
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TCO #1– Given a simple business problem, design and desk-check a solution algorithm that is expressed in terms of pseudocode or program notes and input-process-output (IPO) analysis leading to a flow chart.
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Assignment:
This activity will assist you in the understanding of how output should appear after statements are executed (results) and how to write proper pseudocode.
1. Show the result of each pseudocode program.
2. Also rewrite the pseudocode statements using Assignment statements.
Rubric:
When completed compile the following documents together neatly in 1 & 2 order:
1) This instruction sheet first
2) Your answer sheet, second
Point distribution for this activity:
Pseudocode Activity |
Document: | Points possible: | Points received |
Problem #1 | 6 | |
Problem #2 | 6 | |
Problem #3 | 8 | |
Total Points | 20 | |
Problem #1:
The variable X starts with the value 0.
The variable Y starts with the value 5.
Add 1 to X.
Add 1 to Y.
Add X and Y, and store the result in Y.
Display the value in Y on the screen.
Output #1:
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