University of Phoenix Material
Multicultural Matrix and Analysis Worksheet
Instructions:
Part I: Select and identify six groups in the left-hand column. Complete the matrix. Part II: Write a summary.
Part III: Format references consistent with APA guidelines.

|Part I: Matrix |What is the group’s history in |What is the group’s population in|What are some attitudes and customs people of this group |What is something you admire about this group’s| | |the United States? |the United States? |may practice? |people, lifestyle, or society? | |Osage Indian Tribe |The Osage were the largest |Most Osage people live in |Today's Osage members may wear moccasins and some may own |I am a descendent from the Osage’s and I was | | |tribe of the Southern Sioux |Oklahoma today. Today the Osage |deerskin dresses. They typically wear modern clothing; |told by my grandmother that the spelling and | | |Indians occupying what would |number over 10,000 and are based |however, they save the clothing their ancestors wore for |pronunciation of the Osage people is Wah Zha | | |later become the states of |in Pawhuska, Oklahoma ("Osage |ceremonies and special occasions. For example, they might |Zhi. | | |Missouri, Kansas, and Nebraska |Nation", 2006). |dress in the traditional way to attend a special dance | | | |("Osage Nation", 2006). | |celebration ("Osage Nation", 2006). |According to "Osage Nation" (2006), they | | | |Today, the Osage chief is elected| |practice by their mission, which is…”To ensure | | |They are supposed to have |by all the tribal members and the| |the survival of the Wah Zha Zhi Nation of | | |originally constituted a single|Osages care for their land and | |people, we will share, preserve and celebrate | | |body living along the lower |their cultural heritage ("Osage | |the values, teachings and tribal ways that our | | |area of the Ohio river. The |Nation", 2006). | |elders entrusted to the present and future | | |Osage Indians are original | | |generations” (Osage Nation Constitution). | | |people of Oklahoma, Missouri, | | | | | |Kansas, and Arkansas. In the | | | | | |past, each Osage band was led | | | | | |by a chief who was chosen by a | |...

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Arduino 56x8 scrolling LED Matrix
Scrolls any message on up to seven (or more?) 8x8 LED matrices.
Adjust the bitmap array below to however many matrices you want to use.
You can start with as few as two.
The circuit:
* 1 8-bit shift register (SN74HC595) to drive the rows of all displays.
* N power 8-bit shift registers (TPIC6C595) to drive the columns (1 chip per display)
* N 8x8 LED matrix display (rows=Anodes, cold=cathodes)
* N * 8 470ohm...

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Plato, Descartes, and The Matrix
Anthony Albizu
Phil 201
Liberty University
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M= 5500
,x =
and b =
. For computing the result after 2 years, we just use the same matrix M , however we use b 9500 in place of x. Thus the distribution after 2 years is M b = M 2 x. In fact, after n years, the...

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where is the matrix in question, is the eigenvector and is the associated eigenvalue.
As will become clear later on, eigenvectors are not unique in the sense that any eigenvector can be...

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It is also called a variety of names including Pugh method, Pugh analysis, decision matrix method, decision matrix, decision grid, selection grid, selection matrix, problem matrix, problem selection matrix, problem selection grid, solution...