## Use Excel Pivot Table for Data Analytics

Use Excel Pivot Table for Data Analytics data is provided about 10 pages of steps and the links to excel data files is also provided. Also you need to Install Tableau for a part of the assighnment.

## Webtext 8 online text book

Go through the text and answer questions along the way this is the last webtext for this class.

## Capital Planning Strategies

1 TO 2 PAGES AND AN EXCEL FILE!!!

Using the attached Excel file, respond to the following questions:Assume that UPC is issuing a 10-year, \$10,000 par value bond with a 6% annual coupon if its required rate of return is 6%. What is the value of this bond? Show your calculations in the Excel file. If the coupon rate changes to 7%, would UPC be issuing a discount or a premium bond? Show your calculations in the Excel file. If the coupon rate changes to 5%, would UPC be issuing a discount or a premium bond? Show your calculations in the Excel file. What are the values of the 5%, 6%, and 7% coupon bonds over time if the required return remained at 6%? Complete the table for years 1 to 8. Assume that UPC was successful in generating \$15 million from its bond issue. Design a strategy for the financing of project C. Respond using a Word document.

## 2-page Memo commenting on someone else’s work. Excel Tools/Tricks/Tips Critique

This is financial modeling class, I will provide an excel workbook. please write 2 pages memo comment the workbook.

answer the following questions:(I provide some tip)

What is the goal of the Excel Tips/Tricks/Tips assignment? (Better understand the excel function and lay the foundation for financial modeling.)
-Why did I give you this assignment? (Familiar with excel, know how to use function to solve financial problem)

-Which topics are covered in your colleague’s assignment?

-Are you satisfied with the level of coherence and organization?
-What problem solving skills you will develop from reading this assignment?
-What technical skills you will develop and how/where/when you will use them?
-Did you know about these functions before?

-What recommendation do you have for your colleague?
-On a scale from 1 to 10, how would you grade your colleague’s work? Why?

12pt Times New Roman, double space.

## Find the area of the region bounded by the circle of radius, calculus assignment help

1. Find the area of the region bounded by the circle of radius 1 centered at the origin and the lines y=1/2 and y= -1/2

2. A body is given so that the cross sections perpendicular to the x-axis are isosceles right triangle with base in the xz- plane and the third vertex on the parabola y=x^2 for 0<x< 1

a. Sketch the body

b. Find the volume of the body

## paper about jazz ( two papers)

This assignment has 3 parts:

Part 1:Read the assigned reviews by noted Jazz critics found in the attached file (Introduction to Jazz Reviews) Pay attention to how the reviewers describe:musical elements of the recordingsspecific performance aspectsmusical events they are talking about (often using personal reactions to the music)

Part 2: Choose a selection from Approved Jazz Recordings for the Jazz Review Assignment (below)Pick a track you enjoy, that moves you emotionally and that you can hear and understand what is going on musically (from what you have learned in this class).Listen to the recording a number of times so you can really know the music and things that happen within the performance.Write your own review of the performance you choose. musical elements you hear, and how they indicate the style of jazz being performed.commentary about specific musical events heard in the recording you are reviewing.descriptions of the musical events that move you, referring to common human experiences that can relate the musical performance to a reader that is not a music expert.descriptions of musicians performing and the musical elements and events heard on the recording. Use the professional reviews you read as models for your reviewBe familiar with important aspects of the recording such as instrumentation, names and instruments of artists (you need to look up the album that the track comes from), who plays solos, aspects of the arrangement, etc…. Find creative ways to describe HOW the musical affects you emotionally or inspires a reaction or comparison to another human experience is an important component of this style of writing. This type of writing can use words which could also describe “taste”, “feel”, or emotional reactions which compare to other types of human experiences. For example: “The saxophone sound is full bodied” (like a wine.) ”His solo explorations have a searching quality” (like an explorer) ..”Her singing style is relaxed and confident, even as she engages in fast, athletic runs of notes..” (like a highly trained athlete)Include personal observations and descriptions of the musical activity and the musician’s performances.Make sure the following elements are included in your review:FormatAs you saw in the example reviews: list the album information: – title, artist, record label (company) and album #, and a listing of musicians performing including their instruments (look up the album that the track comes from.)First paragraph: Describe the artist/group and the project in the first paragraph, with any important information that is related to the whole project.Middle Paragraphs (2 or 3): Should include the descriptions of the individual track and musical events that move the writer (solos, group interactions, etcFinal Paragraph: Your conclusion and reaction.

Reviews need to be written in a professional style, following basic standards for grammar, sentence structure, citations (if used), and other considerations for a Research Paper style assignment. Your review should follow the format listed above (#4) and include the musical elements and personal observations and reactions listed in #3 above.

Approved Jazz Recordings for the Jazz Review AssignmentBlack Bottom Stomp – Jelly Roll MortonStruttin w some BBQ – Louis ArmstrongSingin the Blues – Frankie Trumbauer with Bix Beiderbecke Stampede – Fletcher Henderson Wrappin it Up – Fletcher Henderson Body and Soul – Coleman Hawkins Taxi War Dance- Count Basie Lester Leaps In – Count Basie Strange Fruit – Billie Holiday Willow Weep for Me – Art Tatum Seven come Eleven – 2:44 – Charlie Christian w Benny GoodmanShaw ‘Nuff – Charlie Parker/Dizzy Gillespie Misterioso – THELONIUS MONK Line for Lyons – Chet Baker/ Gerry Mulligan Django – Modern Jazz QuartetArtistry in Rhythm – KentonMoanin’ – Art Blakey Song for My Father – Horace SilverPent Up House – Clifford Brown, Sonny Rollins, Max Roach Four on Six – Wes MontgomeryGiant Steps- John ColtraneBlue in Green – Bill Evans TrioFables of Faubus – Charles MingusRed Clay – Freddie Hubbard 12:09– from CTI album Lonely Woman – Ornette ColemanAir – Cecil TaylorSo What (live) Miles Davis 1964Black Market (live) – Weather ReportSpain – Chick CoreaTumbleweed – Michael BreckerBlack Codes– Wynton Marsalis

## Pre Lab Help. Equilibrium Study of The Iron(III) Thiocyanate Complex

I need help with my pre lab. all the instructions are in the attachment please read carefully because they are very strict. Also can you make it very neat as for I will copy it in my notebook. If its good I will need help with labs every week. Thanks

## CE304 Adsorption Kinetics and Equilibrium Isotherms Lab Report

Hello there I have attached all the document the are going to be use

like how to write the report, data and lab experiment

thank you

## Grader Project # 2 – MS Excel

Purpose: To demonstrate proficiency in the basic use of Microsoft’s Excel spreadsheet software program

Description: The student will create a small spreadsheet in the style of a job estimate for a bird-house being built in a neighborhood park by three neighbors. The estimate is being submitted to the three neighbors by a worker who is bidding on the project.

When you are done, your project should look like the image below:

Requirements and Grading: Students must follow the instructions below, with each step counting for the percentage of the project’s grade as indicated below:
Cells A1 and B1: Centered and merged (3 points)Cells A1 and B1: Black text (Arial font, 18 size, bold, gray background (1 point)Cell A2: ITEM in bold, 10-point Arial font, bold, LEFT Aligned. (2 points)Cell B2: AMOUNT in bold, 10-point Arial font, bold, RIGHT Aligned. (2 points)Cell A3: Hammer in regular non-bold, 10-point Arial font, bold, LEFT Aligned (1 point)Cell B3: How much the hammer costs – 5.57 – with cell formatted as Currency (US Dollars), Arial font, 10 size. (2 points)Cell A4: Nails in regular non-bold, 10-point Arial font, bold, LEFT Aligned (1 point)Cell B4: How much the nails cost – 2.00 – with cell formatted as Currency (US Dollars), Arial font, 10 size. (2 points)Cell A5: Wood in regular non-bold, 10-point Arial font, bold, LEFT Aligned (1 point)Cell B5: How much the wood costs – 37.64 – with cell formatted as Currency (US Dollars), Arial font, 10 size. (2 points)Cell A6: Paint in regular non-bold, 10-point Arial font, bold, LEFT Aligned (1 point)Cell B6: How much the paint costs – 29.00 – with cell formatted as Currency (US Dollars), Arial font, 10 size. (2 points)Cell A7: Labor in regular non-bold, 10-point Arial font, bold, LEFT Aligned (1 point)Cell B7: How much the labor costs – 50.00 – with cell formatted as Currency (US Dollars), Arial font, 10 size. (2 points)Cell A8: SUBTOTAL in bold, 10-point Arial font, bold, LEFT Aligned. (2 points)Cell B8: A FORMULA that is the AUTOSUM of cells B3, B4, B5, B6, and B7 added together. Do NOT just write in \$124.21! (10 points)Cell A9: Tax Rate in regular non-bold, 10-point Arial font, LEFT Aligned (2 points)Cell B9: 6% written simply as a number followed by the % sign (2 points)Cell A10: Taxes in regular non-bold, 10-point Arial font, bold, LEFT Aligned (2 points)Cell B10: A FORMULA that is the product of cell B8 multiplied by cell B9. Do NOT just write in \$7.45! (10 points)Cell A11: TOTAL in bold, 10-point Arial font, bold, LEFT Aligned. (1 point)Cell B11: A FORMULA that is the sum of cell B8 added to cell B10. Do NOT just write in \$131.66! (10 points)Cell A12: Discount % in regular non-bold, 10-point Arial font, bold, LEFT Aligned (1 point)Cell B12: 10% written simply as a number followed by the % sign (1 point)Cell A13: Discount in regular non-bold, 10-point Arial font, bold, LEFT Aligned (1 point)Cell B13: A FORMULA that is the product of cell B11 multiplied by cell B12. Do NOT just write in \$13.17! (10 points)Cell A14: GND. TTL. in bold, 10-point Arial font, bold, LEFT Aligned. (1 point)Cell B14: A FORMULA that is the difference of cell B13 subtracted from cell B11. Do NOT just write in \$131.66!(10 points)Cell A15: Neighbors in regular non-bold, 10-point Arial font, bold, LEFT Aligned (1 point)Cell B15: A simple number – 3 – not written as a percentage and not written as currency. (1 point)Cell A16: PER PERSON in bold, 10-point Arial font, bold, LEFT Aligned. Shaded with a gray background. (2 points)Cell A17: A FORMULA that is the quotient of cell B14 divided by Cell B15. Shaded with a gray background. (10 points)

## M7A2: Essay: Human Diseases and the Micro

M7A2: Essay: Human Diseases and the Microbiome

Proteus vulgaris bacteria, scanning electron micrograph (SEM). This Gram-negative, rod-shaped bacterium is covered in flagella (thread-like projections), which are used for locomotion. These cells are in the final stages of binary fission, a type of asexual reproduction. P. vulgaris forms a natural part of the intestinal flora in animals and humans and is also found in water.

We have heard so many claims being made about how manipulating the human gut microbiome can improve our health, treat disease, etc. It can be overwhelming. In this essay assignment, you will focus on one particular disease or condition, and then examine both the claims and the research that is being done on the gut microbiome and this health concern. This essay will allow you to utilize the analytical thinking tools you have developed first in the Science Tool Kit exercises and then in other assignments in this course.

Completing this activity will assist you in mastering Module Level Outcomes 2 and 3.

First, watch:You will watch portions of Medical Revolution: The Gut Microbiome (Links to an external site.) [Video file, 48:58 minutes]. This video is broken up into multiple segments. To view the assigned portions please do the following:Go to the EC Library NS110 Research Guide for Human Microbiome Assignment (Links to an external site.) . You will be set up for Step #1. As Step #1 indicates, click and watch the embedded video (Introduction: Medical Revolution: The Gut Microbiome [Video file, 02:34 minutes]). Then, click on Step #2 on the top left side of the NS110 Research Guide page. You will see a list of diseases/conditions: Obesity, Anti-aging, Diabetes, Cancer, Emotions, Autism and communication, and Mental health.Decide which disease/condition you are most interested in researching.Click on a video(s) within that disease/condition category to view.

Next, read/review:Review the assigned readings for information about the human gut microbiome and the disease/condition you selected.Click on Step #3 of the NS110 Research Guide for Human Microbiome Assignment (Links to an external site.) and select your chosen disease/condition from the drop-down menu. You will find additional resources on your topic.

Next, submit the following:Write a 750 – 1000 word essay (3-4 pages, not including the title and reference pages) on what you have learned about the gut microbiome’s influence on the disease/condition you have selected.Be sure to include the following points in your analysis:

1. How do scientists think the gut microbiome influences this disease/condition?

2. What kinds of research have been reported so far (e.g., just hypotheses or actual lab experiments using mice/other animals or human subjects)? Describe the research and ideas discussed in the video and your readings.

3. How would you describe the current level of understanding about the gut microbiome and the disease/condition you selected?

4. Are therapies or treatments now being used for patients with this disease/condition? Do you think this a good thing or a bad thing, and why?

5. Did you find any sensationalizing or grandiose claims being made for therapies that use the gut microbiome to treat this disease/condition? Do the claims differ from what you found in the research? Explain any differences you have found.

6. Would you recommend that someone suffering from this disease/condition try the therapies you examined? Why or why not?

You are also encouraged to do your own research through our library on the topic. Do not forget to include in-text citations and complete APA style references for all sources. The Excelsior Library Citation Tip Sheets and Resources (Links to an external site.) will be a helpful guide. You may also wish to use a citation generator – you just insert the information, and it creates the citation in the format you indicate (MLA or APA, for example). Here are 3 citation generators to choose from:Citation Machine (Links to an external site.) Bibme (Links to an external site.) EasyBib