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...CET3116 Assignment 1 – Spring 2015 1 Note: It is recommended that you save your response as you complete each question. Question 1 (1 point) Which of the following was the first type of switch used within computers? a) Transistor b) Vacuum Tube c) Integrated circuit d) None of the above Question 2 (1 point) _____Moore’s____ law states that the number of transistors on an integrated circuit doubles every 18 months. Question 2 options: Moore’s Question 3 (1 point) Which of the following is the alternative name for an integrated circuit? a) Vacuum Tube b) Chip c) Binary device d) Transistor CET3116 Assignment 1 – Spring 2015 2 Question 4 (1 point) The power of a modern computer is essentially governed by the number of ____. Question 4 options: a) Vacuum tubes b) Keyboards c) Interconnections d) Transistors Question 5 (1 point) Who was the co-founder of Intel? a) Michael Dell b) John Fleming c) Bill Gates d) Gordon Moore Question 6 (1 point) Which type of signal varies smoothly and continuously over time? a) b) c) Digital signal Analog signal All of the above d) None of the above CET3116 Assignment 1 – Spring 2015 3 Question 7 (1 point) There are a(n) _______Infinite____ number of signal values within an analog signal. Infinite Question 8 (1 point) Which of the following is a term that refers to a countable number of measurements? a) b) c) Analog Discrete All of the above d) None of the above Question 9 (1 point)...

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Ethics- Assignment 1

...Category | Beginning | Developing | Accomplished | Exemplary | | 1 2 | 3 | 4 | Organization and Thought Process | Incoherent in thought process to logically follow through an argument. | Somewhat coherent but could be better presented and polished. | Organized, logical; covers all sides, making reference to theories, but limited to technicalities. | Goes beyond the technical – insightful. Makes sound conclusions beyond the obvious. | Thesis is set in historical and philosophical context | Makes weak or no references to readings; position relative to ethical theories’ stances is unclear or weak. | Makes vague references to readings; position relative to ethical theories’ stances is vague or only partially formed. | Makes references to readings; articulates a position relative to ethical theories’ stances. | Makes clear and direct references (including quotes and/or paraphrases) to readings; articulates a clear position relative to ethical theories’ stances. | Organization and Grammar | The paper has flaws in organization as well as errors in style and grammar that detract from its coherence and flow. | The paper is organized into sections, but errors in style and grammar detract from the paper’s coherence and flow. | The paper is well organized; however, there are some small errors in grammar and style. | The paper is well organized and there......

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Business Ethics Assignment 1

... Business Ethics Assignment 1 Vudmgh12019 Table of Contents Executive Summary 3 Background 3 History of ethics 4 Definition 4 Overview of all philosophies 4 Understand different ethical perspectives in business 6 Explain the background and development of theoretical ethical approaches 6 Four mains ethical traditions 6 Compare and contrast absolute and relative ethics 7 Aspect of ethical issues 9 Explain the ethical issues which can affect the operational activities of a business 9 Current ethical issues affecting business 10 Solutions 10 Understand business objectives from an ethical perspective 11 Explain how business objectives are affected by ethical considerations 11 Evaluate the implications for a business and its stakeholders to operate ethically 11 Value of Company 12 Solution in 1.3 effects on the value of Vinaphone: 12 Executive Summary Business ethics is concerned with the result that each decision affects operating-governance impact on others, both inside and outside the enterprise. It is also considering the rights and obligations of each individual, humanistic principles to be followed in the decision making process and the nature of the relationship between man and man. Vinaphone Company Telecom Services is a subsidiary of Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT) activities in the field of mobile communication, providing services GSM, 3G, messaging, ... and many other fields. By researching the company, Vinaphone faced with two......

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Econ 1 Assignment 4

...Econ 1 Assignment 4 1-) (Categories of Price Elasticity of Demand) For each of the following absolute values of price elasticity of demand, indicate whether demand is elastic, inelastic, perfectly elastic, perfectly inelastic, or unit elastic. In addition, determine what would happen to total revenue if a firm raised its price in each elasticity range identified.
 a) ED = 2.5:elastic b) ED = 0.8:inelastic 2-) (Price Elasticity of Supply) Calculate the price elasticity of supply for each of the following combinations of price and quantity supplied. In each case, determine whether supply is elastic, inelastic, perfectly elastic, perfectly inelastic, or unit elastic in each case. Please give details to your numeric answers.
 a) Price falls from $2.25 to $1.75; quantity supplied falls from 600 units to 400 units. 200/600= 1/3=33.3/22.2=.667 b) Price falls from $2.25 to $1.75; quantity supplied falls from 600 units to 500 units.
100/600=.1667 / 2.25/1.75=.757 3-) Consider the following pairs of goods. Which would you expect to have the more elastic demand? Why?
 a) water or diamonds=water b) insulin or nasal decongestant spray=insulin
 c) food in general or breakfast cereal=food d) gasoline over the course of a week or gasoline over the course of a year

= week 4-) Outsourcing Inpatient Care to India The Wall Street Journal, Monday April 26, 2004. Global health care has arrived. During 2003, Canadian resident Terry Salo flew to India to have......

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Unit 4 Assignment 1

...1 Running head: UNIT 4 ASSIGNMENT 1 Fundamentals of Finance BUS 3062 Rodtrice Johnson 3/7/16 Unit 4 Assignment 1 Dennis Hart 1. Q: Proficient-level: "How do Cornett, Adair, and Nofsinger define risk in the M: Finance textbook and how is it measured?" (Cornett, Adair, & Nofsinger, 2016). Distinguished-level: Describe the risk relationship between stocks, bonds, and T-bills, using the standard deviation of returns as the measure of risk. Answer Proficient-level: Risk is defined as the volatility of an asset’s returns over time. Specifically, the standard deviation of returns is used to measure risk. This computation measures the deviation from the average return. The idea is to use standard deviation, a measure of volatility of past returns to proxy for how variable returns are expected to be in the future. Answer Distinguished-level: Stocks and bonds have very different risk-return characteristics. In general, while stocks are more volatile than bonds, over the long run, stocks are expected to yield higher returns than bonds. By varying the mix of stocks and bonds in a portfolio, an investor can achieve her desired level of risk exposure. However, the level of risk in a portfolio depends not only on the risks of individual assets, but also on the movements of the individual assets in the portfolio. 2. Q: Proficient-level: "What is the source of firm-specific risk? What is the source of market risk?" (Cornett, Adair, & Nofsinger, 2016,......

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Assignment 1 Ethics

...Assessment Cover Sheet (Print all details and attach to front of assessment task/assignment before submitting) Name | ------------------------------------------------- Fatih Budak | Student ID | ------------------------------------------------- s1421411 | Phone number | ------------------------------------------------- 0412156758 | Email | ------------------------------------------------- s1421411@nmitstudent.vic.edu.au | Course code & name | ------------------------------------------------- Associate Degree of Accounting | Unit code & name | BACC202 - Risk management corporate governance and ethics - S1, 2015 | Name of assessment | ------------------------------------------------- Assignment 1 | Due Date | 27/03/2015 (Submission after the due date is subject to penalty) | Teacher name | ------------------------------------------------- Shirley Wong | Instructions | ------------------------------------------------- | Declaration: Read, tick and sign below * I declare that the attached assessment I have submitted is my own original work and any contributions from and references to other authors are clearly acknowledged and noted. * This document has been created for the purpose of this assessment only and has not been submitted as another form of assessment at Melbourne Polytechnic or any other tertiary institute. * I have retained a copy of this work for my reference in the event that this application is lost or......

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