ECONOMICS

a. Using Figure (picture is sent customer support email), use points to plot the relationship between the hours tennis (horizontal axis) and the monthly club bill (the vertical axis).

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Marketing Research Data analysis

The purpose of the assignment is to demonstrate your analysis skills. You will be provided with a dataset containing store level Nielsen data for a food item. In class you have been exposed to the basic terminology and variables that typify scanner datasets, as well as analysis tools such as frequency tables, cross tabulations, and hypothesis testing; so this is your opportunity to put your knowledge to work. You have the option to work on the homework alone or in pairs. SPSS or Excel can be used for your analysis.

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Case SLP: Macro: Introduction to Macro-Economics: The Big Picture

Case SLP: Macro: Introduction to Macro-Economics: The Big Picture
1. Compare and contrast what policies Keynes and Hayek advocated regarding how the federal government
should manage the economy. (Note: There is no need to include biographical information about their
lives)
2. Explain one real-world event that counters the theories of each of the following: Classical, New
Classical, Keynesian, New Keynesian, and Monetarist.
3. Explain one real-world event that supports the theories of each of the following: Classical, New
Classical, Keynesian, New Keynesian, and Monetarist.
4. You have learned that Keynes and Friedman sharply differed on some basic ideas of how the Federal
government should conduct economic policy. Which of the two economists do you agree with more, and
explain why.

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Cultural and Ethnic Studies

Movie Critique Assignment
1. Select a movie from the list provided or choose another on and have it
approved by the instructor.
2. View the movie in its entirety.
3. Answer the following questions about the movie:
? What multicultural issue(s) were depicted in the movie?
? Describe the struggle(s) that the individual or group faced.
? Do these struggle(s) exist today? Give examples of current issues
that are being faced in society today that are the same or similar.
? How were the conflicts or struggles dealt with in the move?
? List any resources that were identified to help resolve the conflict
or struggle.
? What impact, if any, did the movie have on you as an individual and
why?
? Can you identify any attitude changes that occurred in the movie?
For or against.

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American Politics

The U.S. Supreme Court
Answer the discussion questions and leave 2 comments for each classmate post
Follow the guidelines before commenting, When you make a comment reflect upon what your classmates have already said .Consider referring to

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