Answer the questions
below based on the Price Response Survey of Resume Magic book.
guidance, see pages 51-54 of Dolan and Simon
Westendorp reading in Session 1
and Regression Review Notes
van Westedorp what is the optimal book
price based on the data collected? What
are the learnings about possible prices from this method? Plot the data to
support your results.
Use a simple linear regression to estimate the
demand curve Q = a – bP, whereby a is the (constant) estimated intercept term
and b is the price coefficient of the independent variable (price per
unit). Interpret the main statistical
results and diagnostics. What is the
meaning of ‘b’ and is it statistically significant?
You may assume that the AVC (unit variable costs)
associated with the production and distribution of each book are $5/unit. Find
the ‘inverse demand curve’ where P is defined
as a function of Q. Use the estimated
demand function to calculate the profit
maximizing price and quantity.
Are there missing variables that would be useful to include in order to estimate the demand function more accurately.
Using the categories outlined in the Understanding Oppression reading (the website), come-up with a personal/interpersonal solution AND an institutional/cultural solution to racism as defined by Memmi AND one other form of oppression (i.e. sexism, ethnocentrism, homophobia, ageism, classism, ableism, anti-semitism, Islamophobia, transphobia, etc.).
1. Provide an overview of the Kellogg company talking about what the company does well and what they can approve upon. focus on porters 5 competitive forces that shape strategy. 2. Specify the objective of the firm or unit of analysis 3. Evaluate the Five Competitive Forces that Shape Strategy 3.1. Threat of Entry 3.1.1.Develop hypotheses and/or alternative solutions 3.1.2.Specify research/evaluation procedures 3.1.3.Obtain appropriate information and conduct evaluation 3.2. Threat of Substitutes 3.2.1.Develop hypotheses and/or alternative solutions 3.2.2.Specify research/evaluation procedures 3.2.3.Obtain appropriate information and conduct evaluation 3.3. Bargaining Power of Suppliers 3.3.1.Develop hypotheses and/or alternative solutions 3.3.2.Specify research/evaluation procedures 3.3.3.Obtain appropriate information and conduct evaluation 3.4. Bargaining Power of Buyers
Create a market forecasting report for your product. Your forecast should include charts and graphs showing projected success by regions, countries or demographics. Discuss how you developed the forecast and any other economic factors that could cause a variance.
Using the essay by historian Martha Biondi, “The Unnatural Division of People,” consider the issue of housing segregation that she tackles in this chapter. Describe at least two ways in which Biondi demonstrates that housing discrimination against African.
identify one public law policy or local ordinance and the implications as well as challenges for local governments or nonprofit agencies regarding the implementation of the policy. In other words, you are to identify a current law, policy, or ordinance and discuss how it is, or is likely to affect the thinking and actions of administrative officials at the local level (whether in a government or a nonprofit agency). The paper must also include a discussion of, and your conclusion about, the impacts of the policy for the community (positive and/or negative).
Write a profile of a prosecutor who is distinctly not admirable and explain what accounts for their negative appraisals.Be mindful of quality aspects such as the clarity, completeness, and persuasiveness of the profile, not the identity of the individual chosen.
Voter turnout is low in the United States compared to other democracies. Turnout is also low in Texas compared to the other states. Write an essay (2-3 pages) addressing the following questions:
1) How can voter turnout be increased in Texas? Should Texas employ same-day registration? Should Texas use a shorter ballot in its elections? Should Texas hold less frequent elections? Why or why not?
The purpose of this assignment is to deepen our understanding of the diverse ELLs we serve by getting to know their local communities and to find ways to build community involvement. Identify a local immigrant community. Chose a culture or community relevant to the needs of your current school/classroom, future teaching plans, or interests. You CANNOT be a member of the culture/community you visit. Research the community before you visit.
The 1930’s anti-war classic film All Quiet on the Western Front is about youthful innocence ravaged by the brutality of war on the frontlines during WWI—through the lens of Paul Baumer and his comrades in the 2nd Company. Making use of textbook notes, the film All Quiet on the Western Front, and Susan Zeiger’s “She Didn’t Raise Her Boy to be a Slacker: Motherhood, Conscription, and the Culture of the First World War,” please write a paper in which you do the following: