This is java android developing programming. i uploaded the previous assignment

This is java android developing programming. i uploaded the previous assignment

This is java android developing programming. i uploaded the previous assignment named starbuzz.In previous assignment, You have successfully complete the starbuzz app which has DrinkCategoryActivity and DrinkActivity. In this assignment, You are required to change the DrinkCategoryActivity and DrinkActivity as fragments to support the app to run on tablets (side by side) and phone (two activities).

1800 wordsIntercultural Communication analysis the cummuniaction tendencies of i

1800 wordsIntercultural Communication analysis the cummuniaction tendencies of i

1800 wordsIntercultural Communication analysis the cummuniaction tendencies of india interpet and decribe those as they relate chatacteristics (contexts, collectivism, power distance, uncertainty advoidance etc look at values fmaily etc disccuss relative cultural charactertics and demonstrate their communication interms of roles, codes and noverbal codes. compare and contrast these cultural characteristics between india and americans similar and differences in communication and how can we improve the intercultural communication.

28. Suppose you want to conduct a chi-square test of independence and Fisher’s e

28. Suppose you want to conduct a chi-square test of independence and Fisher’s e

28. Suppose you want to conduct a chi-square test of independence and Fisher’s exact test for the relationship between two dichotomous variables. The first variable, named TREAT, is coded 0 for control group members and 1 for treatment group members. The second variable, named POSTSMOKE, indicates smoking status assessed one month after the intervention being evaluated; it is coded 0 for participants who were not smoking, and 1 for participants who were smoking, at that time. What SPSS syntax would you use to obtain…

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Case Study Carlos, an experienced RPN, goes home from work and tells his partner

Case Study Carlos, an experienced RPN, goes home from work and tells his partner

Case Study Carlos, an experienced RPN, goes home from work and tells his partner that he is quitting nursing. Today he gave two weeks’ notice and will be on vacation until his resignation date. Carlos is employed in a forensic unit at a correctional institute. His partner, Philip, is not surprised by his decision to quit. Carlos has kept his sexual orientation private at work because certain employees are homophobic. Philip listens as Carlos tells him about the events that…

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What is the horizontal distance forearm between the elbow and the point where th

What is the horizontal distance forearm between the elbow and the point where th

What is the horizontal distance forearm between the elbow and the point where the weight of the forearm acts?When you lift an object by moving only your forearm, the main lifting muscle in your arm is the biceps. Suppose the mass of a forearm is 1.00 kg. If the biceps is connected to the forearm a distance d_biceps = 3.50 cm from the elbow, how much force F_biceps must the biceps exert to hold a 650 g ball at the…

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34. Suppose you have a dataset containing survey data on 783 adolescents. For ea

34. Suppose you have a dataset containing survey data on 783 adolescents. For ea

34. Suppose you have a dataset containing survey data on 783 adolescents. For each adolescent, you have a variable EVERSEX that indicates whether she or he has ever had sexual intercourse (0 for no, 1 for yes). You’re interested in how the likelihood of sexual activity varies in relation to three variables: perceived parental disapproval of teen sexual activity, perceived peer norms valuing sexual activity, and age. Perceived parental disapproval is a scale score derived from multiple Likert-type questionnaire items, and is named PARDIS…

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A consumer mobility report indicates that in a typical day, 51% of users of mobi

A consumer mobility report indicates that in a typical day, 51% of users of mobi

A consumer mobility report indicates that in a typical day, 51% of users of mobile phones use their phone at least once per hour, 25% use their phone a few times per day, 8% use their phone morning and evening, and 12% hardly ever use their phones. The remaining 4% indicated that they did not know how often they used their mobile phone. Consider a sample of 190 mobile phone users.(a)What is the probability that at least 90 use their phone at least once per…

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A local brewery distributes beer in bottles labeled 12 ounces. The brew master w

A local brewery distributes beer in bottles labeled 12 ounces. The brew master w

A local brewery distributes beer in bottles labeled 12 ounces. The brew master wants to make sure that the bottling equipment is indeed putting 12 ounces of beer per bottle. She directs her staff to take a random sample of 30 bottles and measure the contents. The sample had a mean weight of 11.6 ounces with a standard deviation of 0.7 ounces. Using a level of significance of 0.01 does she have enough evidence to reject the claim that the…

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FORMULATING YOUR BRIEFCONTEXTUAL THINKING ABOUT DIFFERENT SCENARIOS the task of

FORMULATING YOUR BRIEFCONTEXTUAL THINKING ABOUT DIFFERENT SCENARIOS the task of

FORMULATING YOUR BRIEFCONTEXTUAL THINKING ABOUT DIFFERENT SCENARIOS the task of formulating a brief for different scenarios. Given challenge of creating a visualisation/infographic in each of the following made-up scenarios:Scenario A: A pro-capital punishment (local/national) newspaper reporting on the milestone of the 500th execution (pretend it is 2013, there have now been more than 500)Scenario B: Analyst staff at the Texas Department of Criminal Justice reporting to senior management about aspects of their operationsScenario C: A campaign group looking to influence…

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Review each scenario below carefully.  Choose three and respond to them using th

Review each scenario below carefully.  Choose three and respond to them using th

Review each scenario below carefully.  Choose three and respond to them using the following statement, choosing the description you feel most appropriate:  I feel the actions of this individual were (very ethical / ethical / neither ethical nor unethical / unethical / very unethical).  Then, justify your response.Scenario 1: A programmer at a bank realized that he had accidentally overdrawn his checking account.  He made a small adjustment in the bank’s accounting system so that his account would not have the additional service charge…

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