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Reading material

Bevans, N. (2006). Business law: A hands-on-approach. Clifton Park, NY: Delmar Cengage Learning. Chapter 7: Putting it in Writing

Assignment
Select one of the categories of transactions that fall under the Statute of Frauds and answer the following questions:

What does this category mean? Ensure to elaborate and provide a full definition.

Provide an example contract that illustrates your chosen category. Be creative! Ensure that your example contract meets the writing requirements (for a contract) under the Statute of Frauds.

Unit Three: The Creation and Craft of Argument

In Unit Three, you will develop and refine an argument based on your understanding of the elements of argument from Unit One and the research you conducted in Unit Two. You will start by drafting and developing an answer to your research question, which will become your tentative claim. Once you have established a tentative claim, you will begin the writing process by developing a clear plan for the structure of your argument. You will then write a first draft, which you will revise comprehensively in the light of your own critical reflection and feedback from your instructor and peers. Throughout the writing process, you will give and receive feedback on written work.

Major Assignment

You will plan and write a 3500-word, 10-page, researched argumentative essay that uses at least eight sources (at least three of which will be scholarly).

Classic Model for an Argument

I. Introductory Paragraph

Your introductory paragraph sets the stage or the context for the position you are arguing for.

This introduction should end with a claim statement (what you are arguing for) and the reasons for your position on an issue.

A. Your claim:

– states what your position on an issue is
– usually appears at the end of the introduction in a short essay
– should be clearly stated and often contains emphatic language

II. Body of your Argument

A. Background Information

This section of your paper gives the reader the basic information he or she needs to
understand your position. This could be part of the introduction, but may work as its
own section.

B. Sub Claims/Reasons and Evidence to Support your Claim

All evidence you present in this section should support your position. This is the heart of
your essay. Generally, you begin with a topic statement that you back up with specific details or examples. Depending on how long your argument is, you will need to devote one to two well-developed paragraphs to each reason/claim or type of evidence.

III. Addressing the Opposite Side

Any well-written argument must anticipate and address positions in opposition to the one being argued.

Pointing out what your opposition is likely to say in response to your argument shows that you have thought critically about your topic. Addressing the opposite side actually makes your argument stronger!

Generally, this takes the form of a paragraph that can be placed either after the introduction or before the conclusion.

IV. Conclusion

The conclusion should bring the essay to a logical end. It should explain what the
importance of your issue is in a larger context. Your conclusion should also reiterate why your topic is worth caring about.

Some arguments propose solutions or make prediction on the future of the topic.

Show your reader what would happen if your argument is or is not believed or acted upon as you believ

Order Description

write an researched argumentative essay on Cell Phones and Addiction: Are Cell Phones Addictive and Dangerous?

Discuss the role of personal selling within the integrated marketing communications mix of the marketing organisation?

When is the use of personal selling as a marketing communications tool likely to be particularly effective? Give examples.

Unit V Scholarly Activity

Data Warehouses and Data Marts

Write a one- to two-page (250-500 word) paper that discusses the differences between data warehouses and data marts. Also, discuss how organizations can use data warehouses and data marts to acquire data. You must use the CSU Online Library to locate at least two sources for your paper.

APA rules for formatting, quoting, paraphrasing, citing, and listing of sources are to be followed.

Table 1: Number of cells observed in each stage of the cell cycle(2 pts)
Stage
Predicted %
Number of cells in stage
Total number

of cells counted*
Calculated %
Interphase

65

Prophase

65

Metaphase

65

Anaphase

65

Telophase

65

Totals

65

NOTE: You do not have to draw the cells in each of the stages.

Questions (6 pts)

What stage of the cell cycle (not just mitosis) were most of the onion root tip cells in? Does this make sense? Why? Cite source(s) used.

What is the function of mitosis in a cell that is about to divide? Cite source(s) used.

How accurate were your time predictions, based on your data, for each stage of the cell cycle?

Lab 12 Experiment 1: Meiosis

Read through the Lab 12 Introduction material and the instructions for the Lab 12 Experiment 1. Pay attention to the added information under the Week 4 Experiment link regarding these experiments! In the table below, describe the major events that take place in each stage of Meiosis and indicate the number of chromosomes in each. Cite your sources!(14pts)

Phase
Major Events
# of Chromosomes in each cell
Meiosis I

Prophase I
Nuclear membrane breaks down and chromosomes condense. Two sets of homologous chromosomes are attached at the centromere. Crossing over will occur between the homologous pairs.
4
Metaphase I

Anaphase I

Telophase I

Meiosis II

Prophase II

Metaphase II

Anaphase II

Telophase II

Sources used:

Questions(12 pts)

Name at least two differences between Meiosis I and Meiosis II in terms of what is produced and what occurs with the chromosomes. Cite source(s) used.

Name and briefly describe two processes that occur during meiosis that contribute to genetic variation. Cite source(s) used.

At the beginning of meiosis I are the cells diploid or haploid?

What are they at the beginning of meiosis II?

Why is it necessary to reduce the chromosome number of gametes (egg and sperm), but not other cells of an organism? Cite source(s) used.

If humans have 46 chromosomes in each of their body cells, determine how many chromosomes you would expect to find in the following cells:

Sperm _______________
Egg _________________
Daughter cell from mitosis __________
Daughter cell from Meiosis II __________

Investigate one of the diseasesfrom the following list.Include the following:
Name of the disease or disorder
What is the type of mutation and when might it occur?
What chromosome is affected?
What are the consequences?
What is the incidence rate of this disease or disorder?

Down Syndrome Turner Syndrome Klinefelter Syndrome
Jacobs Syndrome Triple X Edward Syndrome
Patau Syndrome Hemophilia Cri-du-chat Syndrome
Cystic fibrosis Prader-Willis Syndrome Fragile X

Remember to properly cite your sources! (Minimum of 250 words) (6 pt)

Choose one of the court cases described in the text or use the Internet to research a court case that specifically addresses parental rights or due process.
Write an essay of 1,250-1,500-words analyzing the case, responding to the following questions:
Who were the parties involved?
What issues brought this case to court?
What were the main points of disagreement?
When and how was the case adjudicated?
What were the final outcomes?
Do you agree or disagree with the outcome? Explain.
Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

This week, you will describe the program and identify the right division for the program.
In a Microsoft Word document, create a 2- to 3-page report covering the following:
Develop the purpose of your proposed program to address the growing rate of diabetes. Be sure to develop a purpose that is consistent with one of the core functions of public health and includes at least one of the ten essential functions of public health.
Develop at least two, and no more than five, key objectives of the program. The objectives should be measureable and time bound.
Describe the key components or activities of your proposed program; for example, health education materials or screening.
Identify the division or department that should house the new program. Justify your choice.
Explain the proposed services of the new program.
Support your responses with appropriate research, scholarly references, and specific examples.
Cite all sources in APA format.

Paper details:

DNA integrity related to conception
To break down to series of 2-3 question for 3 year study.
Does outcome of DNA integrity can be used to help to predict successful ART