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This week covers probability and non-probability sampling and the concepts of sensitivity and specificity. Discuss in detail the characteristics of probability and the use of screening tests and their positive or negative predictive value. Describe how these probability models are used in statistical inference.

Be sure to support your statements with logic and argument.


  1. Be sure to support your statements with logic and argument,
  2. More citing all sources referenced through the text 
  3. 2 pages
  4. no plagiarism
  5. 3 Minimum references 
  6. APA Style
  7. The references not older than 5 years ago


Discuss 400-450 words or more discuss why Security as a Service is a good investment. Cite your sources.

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Presidential Order


Evaluate the Presidential Order that relates to strengthening cybersecurity that relates to critical infrastructure:

Look at a real-world scenario and how the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) plays into it. In the scenario, the United States will be hit by a large-scale, coordinated cyber attack organized by China. These attacks debilitate the functioning of government agencies, parts of the critical infrastructure, and commercial ventures. The IT infrastructure of several agencies are paralyzed, the electric grid in most of the country is shut down, telephone traffic is seriously limited and satellite communications are down (limiting the Department of Defense’s [DOD’s] ability to communicate with commands overseas). International commerce and financial institutions are also severely hit. Please explain how DHS should handle this situation.

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BIOL5 Question

 An individual can die after experiencing a high fever for a prolonged period of time. Using what you know about enzymes, explain why an individual who enters the emergency room with a high fever might be given an ice bath to lower his or her temperature. 

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APA Format 

3 References 

Discussion and Research Paper


Kirk (2016) tells us that all requirements and restrictions of a project must be identified.  Select 1 key factor below and discuss why Kirk (2016) states it will impact your critical thinking and shape your ambitions:

  • People: stakeholders, audience.
  • Constraints: pressures, rules.
  • Consumption: frequency, setting.
  • Deliverables: quantity, format.
  • Resources: skills, technology.


Background: Quantitative data can be measured and documented with numbers. Additionally, quantitative data can be represented as quantities. On the other hand, qualitative data is not measured with numbers, but it is represented by qualities. For example, I use quantitative methods to conduct my PhD research because I like working with counts and measures.

Assignment: Write a research paper the contains the following:

  • Discuss Quantitative Methodology
  • Discuss Qualitative Methodology
  • Compare and contrast qualitative data vs quantitative data

Your research paper should be at least 3 pages (800 words), double-spaced, have at least 4 APA references, and typed in an easy-to-read font in MS Word (other word processors are fine to use but save it in MS Word format). Your cover page should contain the following: Title, Student’s name, University’s name, Course name, Course number, Professor’s name, and Date.

Blog post


For this blog post, summarize one of the articles below. Be sure that you provide the APA reference for the article you located. Your post may take the form of an annotate bibliography. You must write at least 50 words. 

21———. (2016). Number of foreigners employed in China. Statista. Available at:; Yang, G. (2016). Hiring foreign employees in China. Available at: (accessed October 8, 2016); ———. (2004). 2002 worldwide survey of international assignment policies and practices. ORC Worldwide, January 4. Available at:; Feng, S. (2009). Expatriate localization: A Chinese solution. Available at:

23Martins, A., & Lengre, J. (2007). Expat networking: Helping you improve the success of expat assignments. Available at:; Wederspahn, G. M. (1992). Costing failures in expatriate human resources management. Human Resource Planning, 15, 27–35. Note that there is evidence that failure rates might not be nearly as high as originally claimed [see Harzing, A. (1995). The persistent myth of high expatriate failure rates. Human Resource Management, 6, 457–475; Christensen, C., & Harzing, A. (2004). Expatriate failure: Time to abandon the concept? Career Development Journal, 9, 616–626—but, this article also cautions practitioners not to conclude that expatriate failure rate is not an important issue, despite the original claim rate]. See also: Kraimer, M., Bolino, M., & Mead, B. (2016). Themes in expatriate and repatriate research over four decades: What do we know and still need to learn? Annual Review of Organizational Psychology & Organizational Behavior, 3, 83–109; Bhaskar-Shrinivas, P., Harrison, D. A., Shaffer, M. A., & Luk, D. M. (2005). Input-based and time-based models of international adjustment. Academy of Management Journal, 48, 257–281.

50Schuler, R. S., Jackson, S. E., & Tarique, I. R. (2011). Framework for global talent management: HR actions for dealing with global talent challenges. In H. Scullion & D. G. Collings (eds), Global Talent Management. New York, NY: Routledge, pp. 17–36; see

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Define the organizational reward system and distinguish between intrinsic and extrinsic rewards. What is more important to you and why? 

student response


Organization Reward System is an incentive plan to reinforce  and motivate desirable behavior of employees with the purpose  of reinforce the image of the organization to competitors, attract new employees, as well as retain key employees and reduce turn overs. There is two types of rewards to observe: Intrinsic reward and extrinsic rewards. Intrinsic reward come from within the employee: personal satisfaction, self accomplishment related to personal or business goals, this employees perceives to be meaningful to the organization and they welcome challenges. Extrinsic rewards in the other hand is provided by the organization is tangible and is given to the employee it usually have monetary value, some examples are: bonus, awards, Incentive payments, promotions, fringe benefits. 

 I personally prefer intrinsic rewards, the feeling of working with a purpose, the implied understanding that my work is valued, and no matter what comes the work will be handle with excellency, because every day I feel accomplished, and I like everyone that work for/with me to feel the same way, my priority at any giving moment is to have a safe space to work, leading with transparency and openly appreciate when others done well even when done well reflect the efforts of doing better. My goal in life is that no matter were I go in my profession I will find a work place were I can trust and rely in others yet I can understand some of my believes can be idealistic, and creating the perfect work place takes time, planning, effort and cost money. I realized by reading the lectures that I never realized that health benefits, pension plans, paid vacation are rewards provided by the organizations and not all organizations offer them. I can easily see my self choosing extrinsic rewards if the organization I work-for limits rewards benefits. 

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 Define the organizational reward system and distinguish between intrinsic and extrinsic rewards. What is more important to you and why? 

student response


The organizational reward system consists of all types of rewards, to include intrinsic or extrinsic, which are offered and distributed to employees (Rue, Ibrahim & Byars, 2016, p. 244).  Intrinsic rewards are those internal to the individual and are normally derived from involvement in certain activities or tasks, while extrinsic awards are those directly controlled and distributed by the organization and are more tangible in nature (p. 244).

Receiving these types of awards are critical to an employee’s performance, morale and feeling of self-worth.  I think everyone wants to be recognized for their work and what they bring to the table.  Although tangible awards in the form of pay and health benefits are examples of extrinsic awards, and are certainly important, they are basic parts of the employment package.  However, intrinsic awards are different.  From this, an employment may feel job satisfaction or feelings of accomplishment.  Secondly, receiving appreciation from your boss through forms of a pat on the back, a firm handshake or through the spoken words of “thank you” or “good job” will go along way.  In fact, studies have shown that lack of recognition is the most probable reason good employees quit their job; receiving pay as a job incentive ranked 16th (Rue, Ibrahim & Byars, 2016, p. 244).

Bottom line is I think employees who inspire teamwork, camaraderie and unit cohesion, typically perform at a higher level than other employees.  Because of their productively and ability to achieve at unprecedented levels of success, they may crave the recognition through intrinsic awards which ultimately is a win-win situation for both the employer and employee.  Receiving the pay is simply not always enough….as aforementioned, employees want to be recognized for what they do and role in helping grow the organization.


Rue, L., Ibrahim, N. & Byars, L. (2016).  Human Resource Management (11th ed.).  New York:  McGraw-Hill




By the end of the week, submit a topic proposal for your Negotiation Analysis Paper. The proposal (one page) should describe the focus of the paper and your method. The negotiation can be one in which you were a participant or one in which you have been an active observer. Some examples of applicable negotiations are

  • a workplace negotiation, such as a complex contract, new position, or new salary (preferred);
  • a complex business transaction, such as a merger or acquisition;
  • a complex real estate purchase;
  • a union-management contract (including professional sports leagues);
  • a neighborhood group negotiating zoning concerns with a city government;
  • a negotiation between divorcing spouses who have complex settlement issues; and
  • a negotiation between a vendor and business over products and services.

The above are representative examples of possible topics. The important thing to keep in mind in your topic selection is that the negotiation should be complex enough that you can preform a thoughtful and critical analysis in your paper using concepts learned in this course.EING THINGS MY WAY

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  • In a distributive bargaining scenario, how do I get the other party to go along? How do I win?
  • Does bad faith exist in a distributive bargaining scenario? For instance, when selective presentation is used, does it ever become an exercise in bad faith?
  • How do you manage dueling experts?

Read article and write a 3-4 page APA essay paper


Write a 3-4 page essay in APA format (not including the cover page and reference page. Note that you must conduct research and your paper must have 3 scholarly references. This means that you must locate peer-reviewed articles.


Read the case study located on page 279 in your textbook Soul-Searching in Seoul: One U.S. Expatriate’s Cautionary Tale and answer the following questions in an essay.

1. What is your assessment of the situation that Linda Myers found herself in? Who is responsible for her difficulties as an expatriate?

2. Does it surprise you that Myers encountered so much trouble in Korea, particularly given her prior experiences and positions? Why did she struggle to respond more effectively? What is the implication of all of this?

3. If you had been advising Myers, would you recommend that she take the SK Telecom job in the first place? Why or why not?

4. Were there additional steps that Myers could have taken to better prepare for her role at SK Telecom (both before she accepted the job as well as after)?

5. How might cultural beliefs regarding the basis for compensation affect an approach to rewarding expatriates and host-country/third country nationals in the same firm?

Soul-Searching in Seoul: One U.S. Expatriate’s Cautionary Tale

Linda Myers’ experience in South Korea is a cautionary tale for any expatriate. She was very attracted to the opportunity to finally become an expatriate and accepted a management position in human resources at Seoul-based SK Telecom. This was an exciting prospect—to be an expatriate in Asia’s fourth-largest economy while helping SK Telecom become a more global company. Myers brought impressive credentials to her new employer, including years of experience as an expatriate consultant helping executives from top U.S. multinationals like ExxonMobil and Hewlett-Packard make successful transitions to their overseas assignments.

Yet soon after arriving in Seoul, Myers began wondering if she had made a huge mistake. Despite experience in previous jobs requiring considerable overseas travel (including months-long stints in the Czech Republic and Ecuador) and her expertise as an expatriate consultant, Myers was unable to grasp the nature of the problem, much less operate effectively, at SK Telecom. During the next two years, Myers came to realize that her direct style clashed with the formal and polite style of her Korean colleagues. She also learned that SK Telecom had few Western employees in general and only a handful of women in senior positions. Myers discovered that she was, in effect, a trailblazer—one of the few U.S. women to serve in an executive capacity at any Korean company. Eventually, Myers concluded that she and SK Telecom had divergent views about her role in the company. Myers had become frustrated, demoralized, and exhausted—an outsider who was marginalized and precluded from having the impact she desired.

So what happened? The signs of things to come started early, when Myers was initially emailed by an SK Telecom recruiter—who assumed she was a man. She obviously eventually took the job, feeling it was simply too good to pass up. Once she arrived in Seoul, Myers was surprised that she received no official orientation or even much specific help from her bosses regarding how to adapt to her new surroundings. She was also struck by how homogeneous things were at SK Telecom and in South Korea more generally, where less than 3% of the population has foreign roots (versus roughly 20% or more in places like London, New York, and Singapore).

But Myers was completely shocked by the struggles she had communicating with her Korean colleagues inside the company’s hierarchical management structure. Her inability to speak Korean turned into a major impediment, and Myers felt she had no choice but to ask for an interpreter to attend certain meetings. Getting information from Korean colleagues who did speak English also was difficult. Forced to ask questions to learn anything, Myers felt that even her polite questions were interpreted as criticisms.

Nevertheless, after just four months on the job, SK Telecom promoted Myers, asking her to lead SK Holding’s Global Talent group. Myers became frustrated, however, at her inability to push through any significant changes in HR policies and practices. This was especially vexing because Myers saw herself as an agent of change for the company—a view that senior leadership at SK Holdings apparently did not share. Indeed, Myers felt increasingly ostracized in her new job, hamstrung by the language barrier and what seemed to be a deliberate effort to exclude her from important conversations and meetings with top executives.

Things eventually got so bad that many of her colleagues simply would not speak with her. The other shoe finally dropped in 2009, when Myers was told that her contract would not be renewed. While disappointed that she did not have the impact on the company that she would have liked, Myers also felt a sense of relief that she would be leaving.

On reflection, Myers felt she had made some important mistakes. One lesson was summarized by the phrase “easier said than done.” The extensive experience that she had in prepping others for expatriate roles did not make it any easier to implement that advice herself. Moreover, much of the training she provided to other soon-to-be expatriates did not have much specific applicability to the SK Telecom environment in Seoul. Despite her own personal preparation efforts to read about and understand Korean business culture, Myers estimated that, in hindsight, her efforts were superficial and missed about 80% of what she really needed to know. Another realization was that Myers’ view of progress and change did not align with her more conservative Korean bosses, something that she should have done more to clarify in advance.

In terms of her own style, Myers also concluded that she should have been more patient when introducing changes to her Korean subordinates. For example, soon after arriving in Seoul, she tried to create a more informal environment by telling her Korean subordinates to stop using her title and address her as Linda. Unfortunately, this backfired and caused her subordinates to lose respect for Myers and to perceive her as weak. Likewise, Myers admitted that she tended to jump to the conclusion that every misunderstanding she had with Korean colleagues was due to cultural differences or poor treatment because she was a foreigner. After one disagreement with a Korean manager, which she chalked up to a cultural misinterpretation, Myers spoke to another colleague about how to handle the situation. The Korean manager was very embarrassed and upset when he found out that Myers had consulted with another colleague about their misunderstanding.

After leaving SK, Myers returned to her roots, again serving as a consultant to help other people prepare for their expatriate assignments. Her experience in Korea, Myers believes, made her a better consultant. As she put it, “those years in Seoul taught me to question my own actions and assumptions. I realized that my leadership style had been shaped by a particular environment and that my way was not always best.”53

wk 1 - Emerging Technology Briefing Document


You recently graduated from your MIS program at UOPX and have been hired as an IT consulting manager to work with clients who want to take their new web development company to the next level.

However, the client is not sure how to accomplish this. The client has been so busy working and trying to build a customer base, that they have had no time to research or attend useful conferences in web development/web technologies. As a consulting manager, you have been asked by the client to research and provide a briefing document on how more revenue and outreach to clients can be made and to let them know what is upcoming and trending in the area of web development/web marketing. Based on this information the client may or may not expand their business, but at the least, they want to be informed on the latest and greatest practical information they might share with their clients or use personally to further their web design business.

Research 5 to 8 emerging technologies that might assist the web development company and their clients, focusing on only practical/actionable information.

Create a 2- to 3-page executive briefing. Your briefing should:

  • Be sure to list each of the technologies you researched in the document.
  • Pick at least 2 of the emerging technologies that were researched and identify how each could be used to increase profitability for the web development company. Discuss how each of the selected technologies would be useful to the client’s web development company and how each will help advance their business and business prospects.

Submit your assignment.

Annotated Bibliography

 Five scholarly academic references ONLY that will be used to write your section of the research paper 

NO ET AL and NO N.D references!!!! 

Topic: Cellphone technology 

Subtopic: Impact on Health (5 scholarly referecnces on this) 

Attached is my Paper on Cellphone technology 



By the end of the week, submit a topic proposal for your Negotiation Analysis Paper. The proposal (one page) should describe the focus of the paper and your method. The negotiation can be one in which you were a participant or one in which you have been an active observer. Some examples of applicable negotiations are

  • a workplace negotiation, such as a complex contract, new position, or new salary (preferred);
  • a complex business transaction, such as a merger or acquisition;
  • a complex real estate purchase;
  • a union-management contract (including professional sports leagues);
  • a neighborhood group negotiating zoning concerns with a city government;
  • a negotiation between divorcing spouses who have complex settlement issues; and
  • a negotiation between a vendor and business over products and services.

The above are representative examples of possible topics. The important thing to keep in mind in your topic selection is that the negotiation should be complex enough that you can preform a thoughtful and critical analysis in your paper using concepts learned in this course.

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Building Bridges to Practice:

The IRIS Center Encouraging Appropriate Behavior (Links to an external site.) Download the entire Case Study. Read Case Study Level B Case 1 and Case 2 

  • After reading Case Study B, Cases 1 and 2, select a strategy you feel would best address Doug’s goals and state why you selected this strategy. Describe how you would implement this strategy in your classroom and any cautions for its use.

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  1. What did the U.S. Supreme Court decide in Board of Education vs. Rowley (1982)? How does that decision continue to affect the education of students with disabilities today? 
  2. What is ableism, and how does it affect the education of students with disabilities today?
  3. What did the U.S. Supreme Court decide in Brown vs. Board of Education (1954)? How does that decision continue to affect the education of students with disabilities today?
  4. What questions do this week's texts raise for you?

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Barries to Translating Research (250 word)

What are some of the barriers to translating research into the clinical practice? 

MHA 508 Week 1 (1500 words)

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Literary Essay: Novel Disgrace


Write a literary essay on Disgrace by J. M. Coetzee

Novel: Disgrace by J. M. Coetzee

Be aware that you will be writing about a novel, which in its broadest sense is any extended fictional narrative almost always in prose, in which the representation of character is often the focus. Good authors use the elements of fiction, such as plot, theme, setting etc. purposefully, with a very clear goal in mind. One of the paths to literary analysis is to discover what the author's purpose is with each of his choices. Avoid the problem that many students have, which is to hold the erroneous assumption that  simply retelling what happened in detail is good enough (no, it is not). Plot summary is necessary, but not the intended goal in a literary essay.


In addition to being written at college level, your essay must meet the following criteria.

  • Include an introduction with a clear thesis statement, body paragraphs, and a conclusion.

  • Use at least three quotes from the book.

  • When citing your sources, use MLA style for literary essays. It is helpful to keep your handbook open to the MLA tab as you write.

  • Minimum 850 words (more complex topics might require more)

  • Language: This is a composition class -- your writing and grammar count.

  • Use specific supporting details from the book and at least two from outside sources.Go to the Miami Dade Databases (not Google) for your sources.

The following are not acceptable sources:

  • Class Lecture Notes
  • Textbooks
  • Study Guides (SparkNotes, Cliff Notes, BookRags etc.)
  • Wikipedia/ Encyclopedias
  • Dictionaries
  • Popular Magazines (People, Glamour etc.)
  • Popular information websites such as or
  • Personal Blogs

Why not? Because for one, they are not original sources. Encyclopedias and textbooks are useful to provide an overview or introduction to a topic for complete beginners. These are meant to get you started on a subject. They are not research documents.Wikipedia:  Many instructors forbid reference to Wikipedia at all. Some professors do allow its use, and the use of encyclopedias in general, but don't do it. It's generally reliable for checking routine facts and extremely specialized topics, but Wikipedia, actually all encyclopedias suffer from the problem that they are not a primary sources. Wikipedia has the added problem that although it is working on correcting errors, it still has weak quality control. It is susceptible to deliberate sabotage, vandalism, even censorship.  So don't use it if you're not familiar enough with the subject matter to spot biases or errors, and don't cite it in any academic paper at all.

Required Procedures:

  • Read Disgrace by J. M. Coetzee in its entirety before beginning your paper. Take notes as you read. Mark some interesting passages and save necessary source information (such as page numbers) for your in-text documentation and your Works Cited list.
  • Think about the topic and approach you chose located in the Topics and Approaches page. Do not simply repeat or summarize the story.     
    • Write your well-constructed thesis, topic sentences, supporting details roughly before beginning.
  • Do some research. It's important to know a bit about apartheid and post-apartheid South Africa before you begin the paper. Take notes and save necessary source information for your Works Cited list.     
    • Use at least two outside sources from scholarly sites or journals.
    • Look at sample papers to refresh your memory concerning the format in Rules for Writers, 8th edition. 
    • Write a minimum 850-word (or more if necessary) for a good literary essay.
    • Use formal language and the third person, avoiding personal anecdotes and eliminating all references to yourself at all (I believe, in my opinion, etc).
  • Revise, edit, and proofread, proofread, proofread. It's easy to make mistakes. Correct them before you submit your paper.You may also use any of the writing labs and centers in any MDC campus, where a tutor might help you. There are some sites that help you catch grammar errors, such as GrammarRater, but remember, they're not human and don't read for content, so they miss things (often).

Remember: While you assemble your sources, keep your handbook open (or your online source handy). There are too many details to remember everything.

This is the student now: I already have a topic and approach, a thesis statement . YOU MUST FOLLOW THEM AND USE THESE RESOURCES AS I ALREADY SUBMITTED THEM

I chose the topic:  The approach that I have chosen is to analyze what the dogs in the story Disgrace by J. M. Coetzee symbolize.

Please use this thesis statement in the essay as I have already submitted it:   

Analysis of the Symbolism of Dogs in J.M Coetzee 's Disgrace "Animals have arguably been the oldest metaphor used to define humanity, to construct human identities by symbolizing what humans are and are not" (qtd. in Sewlall 76). In J.M. Coetzee 's Disgrace, dogs have a significant role and an impactful presence, predominantly in the second part of the story.

Dogs as man's best friend play a huge role in the novel as characters themselves. They do not appear there just by coincidence of being dogs, but Coetzee deliberately repeats the image of dogs as a way to emphasize the novel's interests in social status and personal disgrace. 

Levels of Research

Why are levels of research important? Which is most effective for evidence based practice for Nursing? 


1) How do you teach vocabulary in school? How were you taught vocabulary as a student? How effective are/were these methods in making sure you remembered and used these new words?

2) How do Rasinski’s ideas for teaching vocabulary incorporate multiple learning preferences and modalities?

3) Based on these articles, what features and assignments would a quality vocabulary workbook need to include in order for it to be effective in teaching students vocabulary? How would it be organized? What activities would students “do” in order to show mastery of the new words?

550 word min.

WK4: Chapters 5 Question: Discussion Forum

Chapter 5 listed 25 IG best  practices that span different areas. Select one of the 25 points and  reflect on using a real life example.

Will Ocean Iron Fertilization Work?

Powell, H. 2008a. Fertilizing the Ocean with Iron. Is this a viable way to help reduce carbon dioxide levels in

the atmosphere? Oceanus 46(1): 4‐10.
Powell, H. 2008b. Will Ocean Iron Fertilization Work? Getting carbon into the ocean is one thing. Keeping it

there is another. Oceanus 46(1): 10‐13.
Powell, H. 2008c. What are the possible side effects? The uncertainties and unintended consequences of

manipulating ecosystems. Oceanus 46(1): 14‐17.

Prepare a short essay (2‐3 paragraphs) addressing the following questions:
1. Summarize the iron hypothesis and why scientists and industry are interested in fertilizing the oceans

with iron.
2. Briefly describe the pros and cons of iron fertilization.
3. Would you support commercial companies fertilizing the world’s oceans? Why or why not?

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Answer the following in essay form (double-spaced, APA format):

a)     Each team member must choose a specific country with which will be that team member’s portion. Any county of your choice

b)     In a global or international context in which companies have cross-international teams (i.e., teams whose members are from around the globe), identify the possible causes of communication or decision-making failures for teams in each member’s country because of cultural contexts and communication differences that may occur.

c)     List some measures or ways that these problems might have prevented problems from arising within each team’s communication system.

This is 3 pages paper excluding cover and references needs to be at least 5.

Rubric for SWOT Analysis

conduct the analysis of the case, do at least one item for each force, sector, and VCA. I need it within 2 hours

Solve the following problem: Given the block diagram below


Write a MATLAB program to finish the following:

(a) Compute the closed-loop transfer function using the series and feedback functions in MATLAB.

(b) Obtain the closed-loop system response with the step function in MATLAB.


  1. Which Piaget's concept allows in the best way to explain a difference between preschoolers and school-age children in their perception and understanding of other people's point of view? 
  2. In the video clip below a 5 and 9 years old children are working on Piaget's water-level problem and only an older child solves it correctly. Which characteristic of thinking, according to Piaget, does a younger child lack?

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