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Fidel Castro. Explain why the sources provided are excellent sources and how they could be used to analyze my topic (Fidel Castro).
Consider his accomplishments (good or bad), his impact on World History, and how you feel he impacted history.
Your answer of at least 250 words.
Please check and USE the Primary and Secondary sources provided.
The legal law that is to be used in this situation is the presence of the agreement. The security agreement is acting as a binding figure to ensure that the agreement between the two parties meets the required legal issues. The Presence of the security agreement is a guarantee that the scenario involving Little Oil Company and the Giantoil Companies is a valid agreement due to the presence agreement in the business pact(Bagley & Dauchy, 2011).
One of the Billy legal rights is that the court can have the basis of listening to his case due to the presence of mistake of fact. During the acquiring and of the premises and signing of various sale documents that were needed to be signed. The mistake of fact can act as a form of Billy legal rights to ensure that what was missing in the yield was returned back(Emerson, 2009).
Jennifer has tried and ensured that in case of her death she might not lose any assets if in any given case due to various legal reasons. The presence of a will that is written by Jennifer we lead to court choosing a personal representative who will invest funds to provide for legacies. In at any given time, the business experiences loss, Jennifer’s property will not be subjected to auction since the personal representative will be held responsible for any unpaid money the company may owe other financial institutions.
The primary liabilities of the parties in this case of the computer the worker was liable to one person. When at any given point if the company would have failed to yield profits then the employee would be liable to one party. The second liability occurred when one worker gave information about the stock to his three other friends if at any point the profits were not yielded; he would be liable to his three friends. The worker and his friends have separate liabilities since the worker only informed his friend while his friend extended and told other three people(Bagley & Dauchy, 2011).
Bagley, C. E., & Dauchy, C. E. ( 2011). The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Business Law. Michigan: Cengage Learning.
Emerson, R. W. (2009). Business Law. Boston: Barron’s Educational Series.
|7||Use of local material||5|
|8||Clean water supply||4|
|10||Transport of material||3|
5.4 Service specification for the design
NEEDS AND IMPORTANCE
Bambui is a poor country with an area where people live in poverty. Bambui is a small town in Cameroon; it has a population of 50,000 people. With such low resources and money they don’t have the needs or knowledge to get rid of waste in a safe and non-poisons way. The garbage is been dumped by the side of the road and near the towns water supply this is a leading factor in sickness in Bambui.
Health solutions: As cooking is one of the main focus in health sector while people are unhealthy due to this kind of pollution. While people depends on timber to overcome this problem.
COST EFFECTIVE: PEOPLE IN BAMBUI ARE POOR AND DID NOT USE ANY TECHNOLOGY to for living and mainly cooking. Literacy rate: 88 and Life expectancy: 73 between both male and female Bambui Micro Credit Farming Loan Fund (Bambui, Cameroon). TO IMPROVE THERE LIVING STANDARDS many organisations are funding to improve living standard of life in different sectors such as agriculture where people are funded by
We established, which has made remarkable strides in developing organic sustainable farming in that area especially among young farmers. They offer a great platform for a vegan farming program and recruitment base for the vegan farming project with the Tree of life. So people depends on farming and have low income. Literacy rate: 88 and Life expectancy: 73 between both male and female
Clean water supply: Many organisations are working to help people to have clean drinking water in that area example The Bambui Water Cooperative Association This program reaches to all the homes of Bambui with clean drinking water directly from the nearby mountains. The Water Association along with Bacuda provides a great platform for all aspects of our programs especially vegan sustainable farming. They are also located in part of the region known as the “Garden of Eden” for their agricultural production. Another advantage is that their Quarter Villages 13have strong community organizations that give us complete access to the entire fandom. Plus the Fon (King) is most cooperative and supportive of our work.
Waste management: The one of the main problem is waste which also create health problem as well as others. About 80 percent of the waste is biodegradable and other 20 is none while we have some safe solution for waste disposed without negative health effect. The main problem regarding waste is the other .
20 percent which is creating problem .people are dumping the rubbish on side of roads and setting on fire.
|1||Implementation of cost||CFA franc||5|
|2||Time until maintenance||months||4|
|4||Amount of waste||m3/weak||5|
|7||Constructions equipment type||numbers||3|
|8||Time need to transport||hours||3|
|9||Time until renovation||years||3|
|Time and maintenance||Hygienic||Amount of waste||General Process||Electricity Consumption||Constructions
|Time need to transport||Time until renovation|
|Use of local material||X|
|Clean water supply||X|
|Transport of material||X|
This part has operating conditions that are currently recommended for the waste management in Bambui plus the specifications for successfully completing the project.
- OPERATING CONDITIONS
- Aluminum smelter Local cooker
- Max air flow into cooker 200mile/hour air flow
NOTE: When air is blown into the local cooker to melt the aluminum, the air must be blown in at very high speeds ranging from 100miles per hour to 200 miles per hour. The more the oxygen pumped in at maximum speeds the faster the rate at which the aluminum is melted.
- Maximum pressure 35kg/cm squared
- Max temperature 900 degrees Celsius. Reduce airflow rate when the temperature exceeds the maximum temperature to save energy.
- Min temperature. 660 degrees Celsius. Increase the airflow rate when the temperature goes below this point.
- Cooling water. Clean water with no impurities at all. The water is contained in a steel container where the molten aluminum is poured for faster cooling.
OPERATING CONDITIONS for plastic smelter
- Min temperature 200 degrees Celsius. Increase the airflow when the temperature goes below this point.
- Smelter air filter for cleaning the air
- Storage Steel storage containers for storing the recycled plastics. The container storing the recycled plastic must be air tight to prevent dust and other impurities from contaminating the pure recycled plastic.
The quality of the aluminum sheets that are made by the Bambiu waste management smelting cooker are tested in order to ensure that they are of good quality that meets the specifications of quality control.
Aluminum plate sizes 15cm X 30cm
45cm X 60cm
50cm X 80cm
Melted plastic cube size 30cm X 30cm X 30cm
Reference: Arnold, ppep international report, 28 Oct, 2013(http://www.ppep.org/wp-content/uploads/INTERNATIONAL-NEWS-ANNUAL-REPORT-UPDATES.pdf).
RILEY, C. M., ROSANSKE, T. W., & RILEY, S. R. R. (2014). Specification of drug substances and products: development and validation of analytical methods.
AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR QUALITY CONTROL. (1996). Specifications for the chemical and process industries: a manual for development and use. Milwaukee, Wis, ASQC Quality Press.
The Bambuí health and ageing study . 2015. SciFlo. Avalable at: (http://www.scielosp.org/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0034-89102000000200005).
Some information taken from Wikipedia to make sure all information here written by truth.
The Ram Air Turbine, commonly referred to as RAT is a small turbine(propeller) connected to an electric generator installed in a plane or on the plane’s hydraulic system. Modern airplanes rely on power from the main engines and usually have a backup fuel-burning engine called the auxiliary power unit. In case of a failure from these two power sources while still in flight, the RAT is deployed from either the fuselage or the wing of an airplane to serve as an emergency power supply.
Since it is only released when the plane is in flight and is still moving, the RAT is able to rotate due to the pressure (ram pressure) caused by the speed of plane, and therefore it runs the backup generator. The ram pressure is created by the flow of air (airstream), which is created by the speed of the plane, to rotate the backup generator. This backup generator is different from the primary and auxiliary engines as it relies on the rotation of the RAT to generate power for the plane (Moir & Seabridge, 2011).
The RAT in A320 is connected to the plane’s hydraulic system called the Blue HS. Its rotation pressurizes the hydraulic system hence driving the backup generator. This generator produces the required emergency power. This emergency power is used to regain control of the airplane and guide it safely to landing. It is used to power only the critical systems of the plane such as the flight controls, some vital instrumentations needed for flight generally the Primary Flight Displays and also the linked hydraulics. The reason some aircraft models such as the B737 do not have RAT is because they do not rely on electrical systems to operate (Moir & Seabridge, 2011).
Moir, I., & Seabridge, A. (2011). Aircraft Systems: Mechanical, Electrical and Avionics Subsystems Integration. Michigan: John Wiley & Sons.
Acquisition and Alliances
For any given organization to grow, various managers usually adopt various means of having body needs that are required for the organization to grow and have a positive succession method. One benefit of using external means is that the organization, when it adopts external means such as outsourcing the organization, tends to concentrate more on its core business needs. On the other hand, the outsourced team is given the task of operating other organization functions that does not necessarily need to be managed by the organization. For instance, a business organization may decide to outsource IT team to carry out the IT activities on the behalf of the organization. With this, it becomes an easy task for an organization to concentrate on the business needs rather than handling both business and IT operations. When business just concentrates on its core activities, then it becomes easy for an organization to make good profits since it has no load of performing other activities that tend not to be bringing profit to it.
When a company adopts an external means of learning some of its affairs, it becomes risky in several ways. For one, when an organization hires external team the organization privacy information is usually at stake since the outsourced team may leak the trading and other privacy information to competitors. For instance, when an organization hires another firm to carry out some activities in the firm when the firm contracts expire they usually move out of the company. When the organization moves then, it steal the privacy information that is usually used by the organization as a trading tool. Due to this fact using external means at some point becomes difficult since the organization data and other critical information may be leaked to the competitors (Cartwright & Cooper, 2012, p. 189).
Cartwright, S., & Cooper, C. L. (2012). Managing Mergers Acquisitions and Strategic Alliances. Boston: Routledge.
Glaucoma is a condition that contributes harm to one’s eye optic nerve and deteriorates after some time. It is frequently connected with a development of weight inside the eye. Glaucoma has a tendency to be acquired and may not appear until further down the road. The expanded weight, called intraocular pressure, can harm the optic nerve, which transmits pictures to the mind. On the off chance that harm to the optic nerve from high eye weight proceeds with, glaucoma will bring about lasting loss of vision. Without treatment, glaucoma can cause aggregate perpetual visual deficiency inside a couple of years. Since a great many people with glaucoma have no early indications or agony from this expanded weight. It is vital to see your eye specialist consistently so glaucoma can be diagnosed and treated a little while later term visual misfortune happens. In the event that you are over age forty and have a family history of glaucoma, you ought to have a complete eye exam with an eye specialist each one to two years. In the event that have had wellbeing factors. For example, diabetes or a family history of glaucoma or are at danger for other eye infections, you may need to visit your eye specialist all the more every now and again (Trope, 2011, p. 26).
Glaucoma, as a rule, happens when weight in one’s eye increments. This can happen when eye liquid is not circling ordinarily in the front piece of the eye. Usually, this liquid, called fluid cleverness, streams out of the eye through a lattice-like a channel. In the event that this channel gets to be blocked, liquid develops, creating glaucoma. The direct reason for this blockage is obscure, yet specialists do realize that it can be acquired, the importance it is gone from folks to youngsters. Essential edge conclusion glaucoma is brought about by contact between the iris and trabecular meshwork, which thus discourages outpouring of the watery diversion from the eye. This contact in the middle of the iris and trabecular meshwork might slowly harm the capacity of the meshwork until it neglects to keep pace with fluid creation, and the weight rises. In over fifty percent of all cases, delayed contact in the middle of iris and TM causes the development of synechiae (Schacknow & Samples, 2010, p. 43).
At times, weight might quickly develop in the eye, bringing on torment and redness. In this circumstance, the vision may get to be smudged, and coronas may be seen around brilliant lights. Going with indications may incorporate migraine and retching. Finding is produced using physical signs and indications: understudies mid-widened and lethargic to light, cornea edematous , lessened vision, redness, and torment. Then again, the greater part of cases is asymptomatic. Before the extremely extreme loss of vision, these cases must be recognized by examination, by and large by an eye care proficient. Once any indications have been controlled, the first line treatment is laser iridotomy. This may be performed utilizing either Nd: YAG or argon lasers or sometimes by routine incisional surgery. The objective of treatment is to invert and counteract, contact in the middle of the iris and trabecular meshwork. In ahead of schedule to reasonably propelled cases, iridology is useful in opening the edge in around seventy-five percent of cases. In the other twenty-five percent, laser rhinoplasty, pharmaceutical or incisional surgery may be needed (Morrison & Pollack, 2011, p. 99).
Nonvascular glaucoma, an unprecedented kind of glaucoma, is troublesome or about difficult to treat and is frequently brought on by proliferative diabetic retinopathy or focal retinal vein impediment. It might likewise be activated by different conditions that outcome in ischemia of the retina or ciliary body. People with the poor blood stream to the eye are very at danger for this condition. Neovascular glaucoma results when new, irregular vessels start growing on the edge of the eye that starts obstructing the seepage. Patients with such condition start to lose quickly their visual perception. Some of the time, the illness seems fast, particularly after waterfall surgery techniques. Another treatment for this ailment, as initially reported by Kahook and partners, includes utilization of a novel gathering of drugs known as against VEGF operators. These injectable prescriptions can prompt an emotional reduction in new vessel arrangement and, if infused sufficiently early in the ailment procedure, may prompt standardization of intraocular weight.
Harmful glaucoma is open point glaucoma with an unexplained critical ascent of intraocular weight taking after obscure pathogenesis. It naturally shows as ciliary body aggravation and monstrous trabecular oedema that occasionally reaches out to Schlemm’s trench. This condition is separated from harmful glaucoma by the vicinity of a profound and precise foremost chamber and an absence of watery confusion. Additionally, the corneal appearance is not as murky. A diminishment in visual sharpness can happen take after a neuroretinal breakdown (Shaarawy, Sherwood, & Crowston, 2009, p. 88).
Related components incorporate irritation, medications, injury and intraocular surgery, including waterfall surgery and vitrectomy strategies. Gede Padian to provided details regarding four patients who had dangerous glaucoma. One of them experienced phacoemulsification with little molecule core drops. A few cases can be determined by some drug, vitrectomy strategies or trabeculectomy. Valving strategies can issue some alleviation, however further research is needed
Essential open-point glaucoma is when optic nerve harm brings about a dynamic loss of the visual field. This is connected with expanded weight in the eye. Not all individuals with essential open-edge glaucoma have eye weight that is lifted past typical, however diminishing the eye pressure further has been indicated to stop movement even in these cases. The expanded mass is created by trabecular blockage. Since the minuscule paths are hindered, the pressure develops in the eye and reasons vague remarkably progressive vision misfortune. Fringe vision is influenced to begin with, yet in the end the whole vision will be lost if not treated. Judgment is made by searching for measuring of the optic nerve. Prostaglandin agonists work by opening Aveo scleral paths. Beta blockers, for example, timolol, work by diminishing fluid arrangement. Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors reduce bicarbonate arrangement from ciliary courses of action in the eye, along these lines reducing the development of Aqueous amusingness. Parasympathetic analogs are medications that work on the trabecular surge by opening up the way and contracting the understudy. Alpha 2 agonists both decline liquid creation and expand waste (Trope, 2011).
Open-edge glaucoma represents ninety percent of glaucoma cases in the United States. It is effortless and does not have intense assaults. The primary signs are progressively dynamic visual field misfortune, and optic nerve changes (expanded glass to-circle proportion on. Shut edge glaucoma represents fewer than ten percent of glaucoma cases in the United States, yet the same number of as a large portion of glaucoma cases in different countries. Around 10% of patients with shut points present with intense point conclusion emergencies described by sudden visual torment. Seeing coronas around lights, red eye, high intraocular weight, sickness and spewing, abruptly diminished vision, and a settled, mid-enlarged understudy. It is likewise connected with an oval student now and again. The intense edge conclusion is a crisis (Schacknow & Samples, 2010, p. 45).
Of the few reasons for glaucoma, visual hypertension is the most critical danger considers most glaucoma’s. However, in a few populaces, just fifty percent of individuals with essential open-edge glaucoma have hoisted visual weight. Screening for glaucoma is executed as a feature of a standard eye examination performed by optometrists and ophthalmologists. Testing for glaucoma ought to incorporate estimations of the intraocular weight by means of tonometry, front chamber point examination or gonioscopy.The examination of the optic nerve to search for any unmistakable harm to it, or change in the glass to-circle proportion furthermore edge appearance and vascular change. A formal visual field test ought to be performed. The retinal nerve fiber layer can be surveyed with imaging methods, for example, optical soundness tomography, checking laser polarimetry, and/or filtering laser ophthalmoscopy (Morrison & Pollack, 2011, p. 75).
Attributable to the affectability of all systems for tonometry to corneal thickness, strategies, for example, Goldmann tonometry ought to be expanded with pachymetry to quantify focal corneal thickness. A thicker-than-normal cornea can bring about a weight perusing higher than the “genuine” weight while a more slender than normal cornea can create a weight perusing lower than the true weight. Since weight estimation blunder can be brought about by more than just CCT .It is difficult to “alter” weight estimations construct just in light of CCT evaluations. The recurrence multiplying figment can likewise be utilized to recognize glaucoma with the utilization of a recurrence multiplying innovation border (Grehn & Stamper, 2012, p. 88).
Grehn, F., & Stamper, R. (2012). Glaucoma. Boston: Springer Science & Business Media.
Morrison, J. C., & Pollack, I. P. (2011). Glaucoma: Science and Practice. Michigan: Thieme.
Schacknow, P. N., & Samples, J. R. (2010). The Glaucoma Book: A Practical, Evidence-Based Approach to Patient Care. Boston: Springer.
Shaarawy, T., Sherwood, M. B., & Crowston, J. G. (2009). Glaucoma: Medical diagnosis & therapy. Boston: Elsevier Health Sciences.
Trope, G. E. (2011). Glaucoma: A Patient’s Guide to the Disease. Michigan: University of Toronto Press.
I. Weekday VS Weekend Dietary Comparison
Compare your food intake for the weekend day versus the weekdays. Using the Dietary Guidelines for American’s (i.e. My Plate), do they differ according to the Dietary Guidelines for American’s (i.e. My Plate) standards? Do they differ in breakdown of carbohydrates, protein, and fat from the recommended diet according to the Dietary Goals? If there is, or is not, a difference, how do you think your weekend dietary habits would change your overall health status? Then, consider your body weight in the same way. Do you see a trend in how emotions play a role in eating behavior? If yes, explain the differences you noted. If no, how might you want to change your dietary habits to fit the recommended Diet? Did alcohol contribute to your caloric intake? 25
II. Carbohydrate Intake Analysis
Discuss carbohydrate intake. Make a table, listing all carbohydrate food choices in your diet and classify them as complex or simple. In addition, identify sources of fiber. Identify when a food source is “good source” or “excellent source”, to highlight whether any of your carbohydrate food choices are high in fiber. How can increasing your intake of complex carbohydrates/fiber along with reducing your intake of concentrated sweets improve your health status? 17
III. Fiber Intake Analysis
Comment on dietary fiber intake. If dietary fiber intake was below recommended amounts (don’t forget to define the recommended intake), what types of foods (and in what amounts) could you realistically add to your diet to increase fiber intake? If dietary fiber intake was adequate, what foods contributed significant amounts of fiber? (list them) 4
IV. Caloric Intake VS Caloric Needs Analysis
Evidence that student reflected their intake, activity, and data they used for computer analysis. Compare calorie intake (from your printout of your three day average) and calorie needs. Describe your daily activities and justify the activity factor you chose. Would you expect to lose, gain, or maintain weight if you consistently consumed this calorie level? If your graph predicts weight gain OR weight loss, would it be fat or muscle? Do you expect this to really happen? Why or why not? 15
V. BMI Analysis
Compare BMI results to standards in the text. (BMI is not percent body fat.) State results and evaluate against the appropriate standard. Would you maintain or change the results? Why? Is this method the most useful in assessing health risk? If there another method that would give you more useful information? 5
VI. Energy Balance Analysis
Considering your answers to questions IV and V, what changes do you need to make in energy balance? Do you need to increase or decrease calories and or change the amount of physical activity? What results would you want to achieve with these changes? 5
VII. Fat Analysis
Discuss the total percentage of calories from fat (recommended: 30% or less). Evaluate the percentage of saturated fat calories in your diet (recommended: 10% or less). Evaluate your cholesterol intake using the American Heart Association standard (maximum 300 mg). Are there any areas of concern in saturated fat, total fat, or cholesterol? How would your current eating habits be altered to control problem areas? Use specific examples from your food choices to illustrate. 25
VIII. Protein Analysis
Discuss your main sources of protein. Compare these sources with sources of saturated fat. How would eating plant protein vs. animal protein impact your saturated fat and total fat intakes? How does the use of plant protein instead of animal protein affect the protein quality of the diet? What are your concerns surrounding high protein diets? 25
IX. Vitamin & Mineral Intake and Analysis
Evaluate vitamins listed on the printout by comparing your intakes with 100% of the RDA (vitamin A, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, folate, vitamin C, calcium, and iron only). Using a table format, for each nutrient list symptoms of deficiencies or excesses. Note: Not based on you intake. Then list your results compared to the RDA percentage and identify those that are in the deficiency or excess range. Deficiency is less than 75%; excess is greater than 200%. How would you correct any deficiencies using foods you would really eat? Are excesses a concern? You must address each deficiency and each excess separately. 23
X. Vitamin & Mineral Supplement Analysis
Are you taking any vitamin or mineral supplements? If so, discuss supplement amounts compared with the amounts obtained in food. If not, are the supplements necessary based on your findings? Are there supplements you should be taking? 3
XI. Personal Dietary Characteristics
How well does your diet in general meet the characteristics of an excellent diet (adequacy, balance, calorie control, variety and moderation)? Define and compare your diet to each characteristic separately. 20
XII. Diet and Exercise Lifestyle – Changes & Goals
Considering all problem areas identified, list three specific changes you are willing to make to improve your personal nutrition habits. Set one goal for achieving each of these changes using specific examples of changes in food choices or habits. One of these changes is to be implemented immediately (such as switching to 1% milk), one to be implemented in the next six months (such as collect some recipes for vegetables) and a third to be implemented in the next year (such as exercising daily). 25
BMI, IBW, IBW range, % IBW, Kcal & Protein (typed with work shown) 7
XIV. Forms and Printouts
Complete Diet Analysis printout (Profile, Macro Nutrient Range, Fat Breakdown, Intake VS Goals, MyPlate Analysis, Intake Spreadsheet, Energy Balance, Daily Activity Logs) along with Food Intake Worksheets 36
Professional Presentation, Grammar, Spelling, Correct Folder, Properly ordered all required items, Proper font and word count, Other items such as correct use of in-text citations AND reference list. You MUST use at least 3 sources to support this paper. Sources must include your textbook, your Diet Analysis, AND a peer-reviewed research journal article of your choice. Print and submit your research article with your DA assignment. 15
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MUST convert this title page to APA!
Table of Contents (click to update)
|CHO Foods||Simple CHO||Complex CHO||% of DV||Definition|
Right click and then choose “Edit Data” to customize
|% of Intake||Deficiency
< 75 %
- Within Normal Limits (WNL)
- List all nutrients from the assignment details.
- Fully define the toxicity AND deficiency for ALL nutrients listed.
% of IBW
Calories (i.e. Kcal – Estimated energy needs)
The following pages reflect the complete 3 Day Diet Analysis printouts.
(Insert Diet Analysis printout pages here in your final assembly of this portfolio)
Day of Week: _______________Date: _______________
|Food/Beverage/Supplement||Description (brand, preparation method)||Amount||Emotions|
|Daily Activity Log|
|Activity||Duration (in minutes)||Intensity
Low Med High
Day of Week: _______________Date: _______________
|Food/Beverage/Supplement||Description (brand, preparation method)||Amount||Emotions|
Reference page in APA format
Aalto, A. M., & Uutela, A. (1997). Glycemic control, self-care behaviors, and
psychosocial factors among insulin treated diabetics: A test of an extended health belief model. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 4(3) 191-214.
How to use in-text citations:
- Aalto and Uutela (1997) conducted an empirical study utilizing the HBM, locus of control, self-efficacy, health value, and social support models.
- Girvan and Reese (1990) used parts of the HBM to assess aerobic exercise behavior patterns among university students. The results of this study, according to Girvan et al. (1990), were consistent with previous research in that “the HBM variables predict prospective teachers’ attitudes toward the importance and impact of role modeling exercise behavior to any great extent” (p. 23).
- Some nutrition and health experts supported lawmakers who were attempting to force fast-food establishments to take responsibility for their alleged contribution to the obesity trends in the United States (Mello, Rimm, & Studdert, 2003).
XVII. Grade Sheet
NAME: _______________________ CLASS: ________________________
|Criteria & Points – 250 Points Total||Points|
|I. Weekday VS Weekend Dietary Comparison
Compare your food intake for the weekend day versus the weekdays. Using the Dietary Guidelines for American’s (i.e. My Plate), do they differ according to the Dietary Guidelines for American’s (i.e. My Plate) standards? Do they differ in breakdown of carbohydrates, protein, and fat from the recommended diet according to the Dietary Goals? If there is, or is not, a difference, how do you think your weekend dietary habits would change your overall health status? Then, consider your body weight in the same way. Do you see a trend in how emotions play a role in eating behavior? If yes, explain the differences you noted. If no, how might you want to change your dietary habits to fit the recommended Diet? Did alcohol contribute to your caloric intake?
|II. Carbohydrate Intake Analysis
Discuss carbohydrate intake. Make a table, listing all carbohydrate food choices in your diet and classify them as complex or simple. In addition, identify sources of fiber. Identify when a food source is “good source” or “excellent source”, to highlight whether any of your carbohydrate food choices are high in fiber. How can increasing your intake of complex carbohydrates/fiber along with reducing your intake of concentrated sweets improve your health status?
|III. Fiber Intake Analysis
Comment on dietary fiber intake. If dietary fiber intake was below recommended amounts (don’t forget to define the recommended intake), what types of foods (and in what amounts) could you realistically add to your diet to increase fiber intake? If dietary fiber intake was adequate, what foods contributed significant amounts of fiber? (list them)
|IV. Caloric Intake VS Caloric Needs Analysis
Evidence that student reflected their intake, activity, and data they used for computer analysis. Compare calorie intake (from your printout of your three day average) and calorie needs. Describe your daily activities and justify the activity factor you chose. Would you expect to lose, gain, or maintain weight if you consistently consumed this calorie level? If your graph predicts weight gain OR weight loss, would it be fat or muscle? Do you expect this to really happen? Why or why not?
|V. BMI Analysis
Compare BMI results to standards in the text. (BMI is not percent body fat.) State results and evaluate against the appropriate standard. Would you maintain or change the results? Why? Is this method the most useful in assessing health risk? If there another method that would give you more useful information?
|VI. Energy Balance Analysis
Considering your answers to questions IV and V, what changes do you need to make in energy balance? Do you need to increase or decrease calories and or change the amount of physical activity? What results would you want to achieve with these changes?
|VII. Fat Analysis
Discuss the total percentage of calories from fat (recommended: 30% or less). Evaluate the percentage of saturated fat calories in your diet (recommended: 10% or less). Evaluate your cholesterol intake using the American Heart Association standard (maximum 300 mg). Are there any areas of concern in saturated fat, total fat, or cholesterol? How would your current eating habits be altered to control problem areas? Use specific examples from your food choices to illustrate.
|VIII. Protein Analysis
Discuss your main sources of protein. Compare these sources with sources of saturated fat. How would eating plant protein vs. animal protein impact your saturated fat and total fat intakes? How does the use of plant protein instead of animal protein affect the protein quality of the diet? What are your concerns surrounding high protein diets?
|IX. Vitamin & Mineral Intake and Analysis
Evaluate vitamins listed on the printout by comparing your intakes with 100% of the RDA (vitamin A, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, folate, vitamin C, calcium, and iron only). Using a table format, for each nutrient list symptoms of deficiencies or excesses. Note: Not based on you intake. Then list your results compared to the RDA percentage and identify those that are in the deficiency or excess range. Deficiency is less than 75%; excess is greater than 200%. How would you correct any deficiencies using foods you would really eat? Are excesses a concern? You must address each deficiency and each excess separately.
|X. Vitamin & Mineral Supplement Analysis
Are you taking any vitamin or mineral supplements? If so, discuss supplement amounts compared with the amounts obtained in food. If not, are the supplements necessary based on your findings? Are there supplements you should be taking?
|XI. Personal Dietary Characteristics
How well does your diet in general meet the characteristics of an excellent diet (adequacy, balance, calorie control, variety and moderation)? Define and compare your diet to each characteristic separately.
|XII. Diet and Exercise Lifestyle – Changes & Goals
Considering all problem areas identified, list three specific changes you are willing to make to improve your personal nutrition habits. Set one goal for achieving each of these changes using specific examples of changes in food choices or habits. One of these changes is to be implemented immediately (such as switching to 1% milk), one to be implemented in the next six months (such as collect some recipes for vegetables) and a third to be implemented in the next year (such as exercising daily).
BMI, IBW, IBW range, % IBW, Kcal & Protein (typed with work shown)
|XIV. Forms and Printouts
Complete Diet Analysis printout (Profile, Macro Nutrient Range, Fat Breakdown, Intake VS Goals, MyPlate Analysis, Intake Spreadsheet, Energy Balance, Daily Activity Logs) along with Food Intake Worksheets
Professional Presentation, Grammar, Spelling, Correct Folder, Properly ordered all required items, Proper font and word count, Other items such as correct use of in-text citations AND reference list. You MUST use at least 3 sources to support this paper. Sources must include your textbook, your Diet Analysis, AND a peer-reviewed research journal article of your choice. Print and submit your research article with your DA assignment.
Know Your Enemy: Japan (dir. Frank Capra, 1945, 63 minutes). Why We Fight: Japan [excerpts](dir. Frank Capra, 1944); and Pearl Harbor [excerpts] (dir. Michael Bay, 2001)
Essay-title: “Analyze and evaluate U.S. film representations of Japan during World War II.”
Clayton R. Koppes & Gregory D. Black, Hollywood Goes To War: how politics, profits and propaganda shaped World War II movies (New York: The Free Press, 1987), ch. IX (pp. 248-277): “The beast in the jungle.”
This is the link to the reading:
Also, please look at a previous essay that I have done, which i’ll attach. I need you to just watch the “Know your enemy Japan” film (you’ll find it on youtube) and read the reading and answer the essay question. You must add quotes from the readings as you’ll see an example in the essay I will provide.
The film’s primary center is in presenting the history and traditions of the Japanese to the American battling power. All through the film, a lot of exertion is put into comparing the antiquated traditions with the cutting edge parts of Japan. This impact makes the inclination of weird individuals with suggestions of normality. The film starts by talking about the officers of the Japanese armed force. This area concentrates for the most part on the appearance and eating routine of the warrior, substantially more than strategies and methodology. The film remarks on the troopers of the Japanese armed force as being, “as indistinguishable from photographic prints from the same negative.”Know Your Enemy then examines Emperor Hirohito as how the Japanese evidently see him saying “endow to one man the forces of the leader of US. The Prime Minister of UK, the Premier of USSR, add to them the forces of the Pope, the Archbishop of Canterbury .The administrator of the Russian Orthodox Church and top it all with the perfect power of our own Son of Lord and you will start to comprehend what Hirohito intends to the Japanese (Koppes & Black, 1987).
In the wake of going over Hirohito’s divine nature and saying that this holiness is imparted to Japanese individuals. In general, the film then goes into Japanese religion, Shinto saying that it had been an “interesting religion for curious individuals. Until 1870 when a frantic obsessive overcome the world convention in light of first Emperor Jimmu’s rule of “let us broaden the capital and spread the eight sides of the world under one rooftop” was woven into it and called Hakko Ichiu. The Yasukuni Shrine is the place the dead of every one of Japan’s wars are covered and where the spirits of those slaughtered in a fight will return.
The film then thinks about the advances that the West made in innovation and the idea of freedom while Japan stayed disengaged until Commodore Perry’s constrained opening of it in 1853. The Westernization of Japan is examined yet dependable in the setting of how the warlords were utilizing it to further their particular aspirations. The disposal of the position of Shogun and the rise of the beforehand weak Emperor as a reviving point in 1868 with the warlords .They were saving for themselves and themselves alone the privilege to represent him and ride his approaches giving an impression of Hirohito as a viable feeble nonentity. The film summons the Tanaka Memorial, now by and large acknowledged to have been a falsification, as Baron Giichi Tanaka’s mystery diagram, Japan’s “Mein Kampf.” The force of the warlords keeps on being stressed in whatever is left of the film and is outlined in the announcement that they never took the ethical or moral principles that ran with the thoughts they obtained. All data is sifted down to the Japanese individuals having been initially endorsed and modified to suit the reasons of the warlords. This is accentuated by how regardless of its modernization the majority of the Japanese individuals still lived and worked in ways adequately unaltered since the 17th. Even the professional Japanese lived like his predecessors did in the Middle Ages once he returned home (Koppes & Black, 1987).
The warlord’s control over the Japanese individuals is utilized to clarify the current expansionist and warlike activities of the Japanese and the film closes with the circumstances of 1945 Japan. Most of the movies were coordinated by Frank Capra, who was overwhelmed yet awed and tested by Leni Riefenstahl’s publicity film Triumph of the Will and worked in direct reaction to it. The arrangement confronted an extreme test: persuading an as of late non-interventionist country of the need to wind up included in the war and partner with the Soviets, in addition to other things. In a large portion of the movies, Capra and different chiefs grafted in Axis powers publicity footage backtracking a quarter century re-contextualized it, so it advanced the reason for the Allies (Koppes & Black, 1987).
Koppes, C., & Black, G. (1987). Hollywood goes to war. New York: Free Press.
Topic: “Discuss the low-budget and ‘talking-head’ dimensions of Winter Soldier: does it fail because of them? And if it does, for whom?”
Here are the sources:
Winter Soldier (Winter Film Collective, 1972, 96 minutes); The Green Berets (1968) and Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985) [excerpts].
Essay-title: “Discuss the low-budget and ‘talking-head’ dimensions of Winter Soldier: does it fail because of them? And if it does, for whom?”
Michael Klein, “Historical memory, film and the Vietnam era,” in Linda Dittmar & Gene Michaud, eds., From Hanoi to Hollywood: the Vietnam War in American film (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1990), pp. 19-40.
Leo Cawley, “The war about the war: Vietnam films and American myth,” in Dittmar & Michaud, From Hanoi to Hollywood, pp. 69-80.
Recommended: Daniel C. Hallin, The ‘uncensored’ war, 1965-1967, in The Uncensored War: The media and Vietnam (New York: Oxford University Press, 1986), chapter 4 (pp. 114-158).
Just watch a little bit of the winter soldier (1972 edition) and do all the readings.
Here are the links to the readings:
I need you to answer the question through the readings. Please quote the readings in the essay to make a point. I will show you a sample essay that will be attached and see how I referenced the reading into making my point.
Skipper America may not flex as much film industry muscle as his Marvel stablemates Iron Man. Thor, yet there’s an immovable band of fans who vow loyalty to Captain America. The First Avenger as perhaps the best of all the Marvel superhero movies other than The Avengers. These honest aficionados won’t be disillusioned in this second entrance in the arrangement, which takes the strong venture of diminishing CGI display to a relative least for restoring. The joys of hard-driving outdated activity, amazing character improvement, and interesting suspense. If The First Avenger was a strong World War II activity film with a Hydrated turn, Captain America. The Winter Soldier has emerged as a foot in superhero domain yet the other in Washington, D.C., Cold War spyland(Dittmar & Michaud, 1990).
The principal arrangement section earned $371 million overall, and this one could well do more. Notable for having affected Robert Redford to take a part in the kind of blockbuster establishment that he has studiously kept away from all through his celebrated vacation. The film utilizes a critical part of the veteran star’s iconography as expressive motivation that being the ethos encompassing Sydney Pollack’s 1975 Redford-featuring reconnaissance thriller Three Days of the Condor. Furthermore, similar to its legend, no less than one of the story’s reprobates additionally has his roots in a genuine, authentic clash. One of the variables that give the toon based characters with some more reverberation and true weight than is the standard (Dittmar & Michaud, 1990).
At the point when last seen in his particular film, in 2011. Captain America, otherwise known as U.S. Armed force officer Steve Rogers, had recently dispatched the threatening Nazi branch Hydra. Just to then be solidified in ice. With his awe-inspiring constitution looking none the more regrettable around after 70 years, Rogers has some entertaining social conformity to make. Yet his common impulse to remain a simple as opposed to advanced sort of gentleman compares pleasantly with the engaging return nature of this excursion.
This is not to argue that the video is without significant equipment. The huge occasion on the sheets for SHIELD is the up and coming dispatch of three titan “held carrier” weapon transports that can stay up high inconclusively and are so stacked with weapons. They guarantee to render every single past method of fighting outdated. Looking for the advancement from their new D.C. highrise workplaces are association chief Nick light who additionally heads the World Security Council. From the begin, screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, who composed the first Captain America enterprise and Pain & Gain and The Life and Death of Peter Sellers, creatively rearrange the emotional deck. Uniting essential specks from before, adding to the agreeable relationship in the middle of Rogers and Scarlett Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow. The presenting questions about the genuine fidelities of certain SHIELD officers and continuously building up on the full development of Captain America’s new enemy, the Winter Soldierv (Dittmar & Michaud, 1990).
A real impact in The Winter Soldier was connivance fiction from the 1970s, for example, Three Days of the Condor, with the script likewise drawing from the Winter Soldier story circular segment composed by Ed Brubaker. The script was composed in 2011, with the Russo siblings entering arrangements to direct in June 2012 and throwing starting the accompanying month. Vital photography initiated in April 2013 in Los Angeles, California before moving to Washington, D.C. what’s more, Cleveland, Ohio. While the executives went for more authenticity, with a spotlight on functional impacts and serious trick work, 2,500 visual impacts shots were finished by six unique organizations.
Chief America, The Winter Soldier debuted in Los Angeles on March 13, 2014. It was discharged globally on March 26, 2014 and in North America on April 4, 2014, in 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D. The film turned into a discriminating and business achievement, netting over $714 million around the world. It likewise got an Academy Award designation for Best Visual Effects. A spin-off titled Captain America: Civil War set to be coordinated by the Russo siblings is planned for discharge on May 6, 201(Dittmar & Michaud, 1990).
Dittmar, L., & Michaud, G. (1990). From Hanoi to Hollywood. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.
Dittmar, L., & Michaud, G. (1990). From Hanoi to Hollywood. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.
It is said that in 1990, UTP based Ethernet standard was introduced. This form of technology used 10BASE-T standard. The technology used a star topology just like nowadays switches devices. During this time, it was said that hubs used to improve the Ethernet as compared to older standards. However, hubs used to possess various drawbacks, and that is why these devices are rarely found in the market (Shinde, 2009, p.25).One of the disadvantages associated with hubs is that it operates at the physical layer of the network. Due to this reason when the hub receives an electric signal it repeats to all ports. As a result, there is wastage of bandwidth as all devices connected to the device will experience collisions.
When two or more workstations send packets at the same instance, the electrical collision occurs and ends up corrupting the signals. Broadcast and unicast frames that are sent to one or more computers at the same time are heard by all machines that are in the network(Shinde, 2009,p.44).Devices that are in the network usually implement half duplex, and this is why they do not send and receive data at same time. As a result, the form of network is said to be inefficient (Shinde, 2009, p.45).
Ethernet Bridges came to improve the performance problems with 10BESE associated hubs. These devices brought improvements such as they separated the collision domains and reduced the number of collisions in any given network. It is said that bridges increase the bandwidth by ensuring that each collision domain has its own bandwidth (Shinde , 2009, p.77)
When using the switch topology, switches normally makes every machine have its collision domain hence reducing number of collisions. Switches are also used in the implementation of VLAN technology in any given local area network. VLAN that are implemented using switches makes the network secure since it becomes easy to manage small VLANs (Shinde, 2009,p. 77).
Regarding bandwidth dependency services, the issue of TCP and UDP protocols is considered.UDP does not support retransmission, and it is connectionless. However most TCP services are bandwidth hungry, implying that they only use bandwidth when they are being used. Some of these TCP services are HTTP, FTP, Secure Shell, Telnet and Post Office Protocol (POP3).Latency in any given network can be tracked using QOS where jitter service operations are given priority (Shinde, 2009, p.66).
Recruitment LTD LAN topology is designed with various networking devices to ensure that the network operates effectively. The network is using three hierarchical models such as core layer, distribution layer and access layer. The three hierarchical model of network allocated different roles to different layers. The presence of switches shows that the LAN is also implemented using VLANs to ensure that various departments and roles are managed by different people and also making the network be easy to manage. VLAN are configured in switches and with this in place various roles of different departments of the company depend on which VLAN every sub-network is operating from (Shinde, 2009).
Shinde, S. (2009). Computer network. New Delhi: New Age International Ltd.