A critical response essay



Please read instructions. Must be a native english speaker.

I only have available the one response that can be done online, but under request I can scan the pages of the other books that are listed. (The other books are just a few pages like The Telltale Heart so you do not need to read the entire book.)

c++ program with code

I have done one c++ program and I have another one very similar to the one that I did, but i could not do it. I have attached a file with the code that I did and its output. Also the file has the output that I want it to do at the end. thats mean the code works file for the first output, but i need to do it for the second ouput

C++ ineed help with this Assignment

1)    You need a language compiler to write a program for example C++ compiler. What is a language compiler and how would you download it. Answer the question and paste your snapshot(s) as evidence. ( +10 points)

2)    How would you activate (start) the compiler and make a new file? Answer the question and paste your snapshot(s) as evidence +10 points

3)    Write the simplest possible program (maximum 8 lines of code) which displays only your payroll’s company name- which includes your name. Make sure your program is not completely correct. Answer the question and paste your snapshot(s) as evidence +10 points

4)    How would you compile your simplest payroll program?   Answer the question and paste your snapshot(s) as evidence +10 points.

5)     How would you fix the syntax errors and add the necessary steps so that there would not be any syntax errors. At the end of trial and error, your program should include the followings that makes  the basic block of any C++ program:

 #include <iostream>

using namespace std;


cout<<” ..”<<endl;

system (“pause”);

return 0;}

            Answer the question and paste your snapshot(s) as evidence +10 points.


6)    How would you run the program and view the display-output (after the successful compilation).


7)    What is the C++ statement responsible for the output display and add the new display statement to the existing program requesting “ENTER EMPLOYEE ID”. Compile and run your program.  


8)    What is the statement that accepts (grabs) the input from the user ( input entry)?  Add the variable names (hw, hr ) and declare it appropriately (int and float). Compile and run.

Add other cout and cin to your program. Compile and run and get +10 points


9)    Add the operation to compute the grosspay and display all the previous information (data) and the grosspay.

      Make sure to declare a variable name for the grosspay with appropriate data type. Compile and run.


10) Loop the existing program  for as many duration as possible for example infinite loop (forever)


11) How do you add a decision to your program to compute the  taxrate?

12) How do you create a data file instead of typing it interactively?

13)  How would crash your program

14)  How would you make a logical error

15)  Show me the 10 keywords of C++

16)  How would run your program with whatever data you have

17)  Extend your program to solve more problems such as adding overtime or fix your tax rate in better way.

18)  How to make a Search program for the payroll which becomes for anything else (search engine building block)

19) what are the programming mysteries?

20) Change the program to do something else by simply changing the names and the operations.



1. Choose a real company from an automobile (car) industry which is involved in international business.

1. Choose a real company from an automobile (car) industry which is involved in international business.

2. Identify an entry mode that has been used by the selected company when expanding its car business to a foreign market location. The identified case should be from 1990 and onward.

3. Answer all of the following questions:


Question 1) Is this entry mode appropriate for the target foreign market? Why? Answer this question by analysing:

• Strategic Consideration: a) Is this entry mode in line with the company’s then strategic direction? why?; b) Do you think the level of control, risks, return and integration associated with the entry mode is appropriate for the company’s strategy?

• Environmental factors: PESTEL Analysis of the foreign market location. You only need to analyse any 3 PESTEL factors that you think are most related to your case. Note you must analyse how the entry mode suits these 3 PESTEL factors.

• Whether the timing of entry and the scale of the entry are appropriate? Why

Question 2) Based on above analyses, what recommendations would you make to improve this entry?



A minimum of six (6) academic journal articles (peer reviewed)*****

*2500 words*

Cause and Effect Paper

Plagerism free; DUE Monday, June 6th by 7:00 am

Assignment 3.2: Determining Causes and Effects 

Select one (1) of the scenarios on which to focus your causes and effects paper. Research the topic and include credible sources to support claims. Identify your purpose clearly, incorporate audience needs, establish a desired tone, and organize information/claims effectively.


2. The director of your state unemployment agency has asked you (a public relations specialist) to write about the causes and effects of unemployment on an individual/family. The paper will be presented to the agency as they make decisions about reaching out to those who need jobs.


Write a four to five (4-5) page paper in which you:

  1. Provide a clear thesis statement.
  2. Describe the major cause.
  3. Describe a leading second cause
  4. Describe two (2) economic effects of the cause.
  5. Describe two (2) effects on people.
  6. Develop a coherently structured paper with an introduction, body, and conclusion.
  7. Provide three (3) relevant and credible sources to support claims. Note: Wikipedia and other Websites do not qualify as academic resources.

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

  • Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
  • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required page length.

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

  • Associate the features of audience, purpose, and text with various genres.
  • Recognize the elements and correct use of a thesis statement.
  • Recognize how to organize ideas with transitional words, phrases, and sentences.
  • Incorporate relevant, correctly documented sources to substantiate claims.
  • Apply the writing process to develop various writing genres.
  • Write clearly and concisely about selected topics using proper writing mechanics.
  • Use technology and information resources to research selected issues for this course.

Click here to view the grading rubric. 


Predicting Products 1) Al+HCl -> 3) Fe+H2SO4 -> 4) BF3+Li2SO3 -> 5) TiCl4 -> 6) Fe+S ->

Predicting Products 1) Al+HCl -> 3) Fe+H2SO4 -> 4) BF3+Li2SO3 -> 5) TiCl4 -> 6) Fe+S ->

if foot locker is at angle 6 then the church is foot locker’s vertical angel an alternative exterior angle

if foot locker is at angle 6 then the church is foot locker’s vertical angel an alternative exterior angle

nursing question


PHY Paper


  • General Instructions â€“ The final exam consist of essays questions.  You are to choose four (4) essay questions and answer completely.   This represents an extended due date form the original date.

    Instructions: You are to choose four (4) essay questions and answer completely. Each answer is to be approximately three-quarters to one page in length (overall final exam must not exceed 4 pages, excluding cover and reference section). Do not include the exam question in your answer; use the question number to identify your response (e.g. Question 3, then your answer).  You are required to answer each submitted question thoroughly for full credit.

    Answers should reflect your thoughts on the question, not the text or other materials presented in class.  It is important to support your response with course materials (e.g., textbook, other class materials, and sources you discovered through the class) and work experiences to demonstrate understanding.  You must cite your sources (refer to APA guide, under the Resources Tabs).  As such, make every effort to speak in your own voice by limiting the amount of quoted materials in your answers.

    Upload your completed exam as a Word or pdf document at the designated location by the due date and time (do not use any other format).  Each question is worth 10 points each (total of 40 points). 

    Students are prohibited from collaborating with other students in the completion of this exam. Students who are found to violate this directive will fail the exam and may possibly fail the course.




Movie Review of “Fireproof”

I need a movie review of “Not Easily Broken”.


I have also attached the rubric of the required items.