Please pick 3 jobs from Criminal justice field Household BudgetInstructionsIt’s easy to get smarter about your money when you have a head start. In this assignment, you will use Excel to create a household budget to help maintain control over your finances and see how your money is being used.Conduct a short internet job search for the type of position you will be applying for once you have completed your education. Consider your work experience in this search. For example, if you have no experience in field, please search for entry level positions or the type of position someone with your background could reasonably qualify for. Look for three positions that include wage/salary information. Once you have found 3 job ads that include salary information, determine the average starting salary and use this as the basis for your household budget.Create an Excel spreadsheet of your own design to breakdown your household budget. List monthly expenses and monthly income. You will need to list your expenses for 12 months (so you should have columns for each month). Remember your expenses are not always the same every month (for instance your electric bill could fluctuate based on how hot it is). Be sure to format the expenses and income as currency using one of the formatting options in Excel. Do NOT use an online template. The designs must be easy and logical to read. You should start from a blank, clean, Excel document.Requirements of the assignmentTitle your spreadsheet with a meaningful title, in bold, at least 16 point size, centered above your spreadsheet content and is centered over more than 3 columns. Use “Merge & Center” provided in Excel. The rest of the document should be in 12 point font. All data that represents money is formatted as currency.Write your job title and the city and state you will live inInclude 3 job titles, locations, and starting salaries from the job search you performed. Find the average starting salary (using the AVERAGE function) Calculate and label your monthly income by dividing the annual income cell (reference the cell) by 12. Please make sure that your salary realistically and accurately matches your skill set (for instance, you will not start an engineering job making 90,000 a year).Include at least 8 expense items such as electricity, telephone, gas, groceries, rent/mortgage, car payment, student loan payments, credit card payments, entertainment allowance, clothing allowance, etc.Make all negative numbers appear in red using automatic formatting or conditional formatting provided in Excel. Choosing RED as the choice for the font color is not correct. Apply this formatting to the entire worksheet. You must have a negative somewhere in your calculationsFor the following items, you MUST use an Excel function. You cannot calculate the values and enter a number. Excel functions include SUM, AVERAGE, MIN, MAX, etc. You must choose the correct Excel function and then use it properly to get full credit.Using an Excel function, calculate the average of each type of expense category for the months you have listed. You must select the right function, such as SUM or AVERAGE, and then use the function correctly in the cell you have selected. Be sure to label the row or column (note this will depend on how you set up your budget sheet).Calculate a subtotal for each expense category, using a function provided in Excel. You must select the right function, such as SUM or AVERAGE, and then use the function correctly in the cell you have selected. Be sure to label the row or column (note this will depend on how you set up your budget sheet).Calculate a subtotal for each month, then a grand total of all the months, using functions provided in Excel. You must select the right function, such as SUM or AVERAGE, and then use the function correctly in the cell you have selected. Be sure to label the row or column (note this will depend on how you set up your budget sheet).Calculate your monthly income after expenses. For each month, subtract the monthly expenses from the monthly income. Use an absolute reference to reference the cell of the monthly income. You must select the right function, such as SUM or AVERAGE, and then use the function correctly in the cell you have selected. Be sure to label the row or column (note this will depend on how you set up your budget sheet).Include a pie chart to display the breakdown of expenses. Use the expense categories you have listed and the monthly totals you have calculated to create your pie chart. Put the pie chart on its own worksheet labeled “Chart”. Please note, the chart values should be from the budget page of the worksheet. Do not copy the values into the new worksheet.Make sure your spreadsheet is clearly organized and well formatted. For example, no values should display as ##### so make sure your columns are of the correct width for the data.Check your spellingCreate a footer displaying the filename.Save your completed file with the filename formatted asExcel_Budget_yourfirstname_yourlastname.xls. An Excel document should be uploaded to D2L.I have included two (2) example budgets for you to review, Budget Example 1, Budget Exampe 2. These are from students from another section of this course. These are meant to be guides and not exemplars. Please note, even though these are PDFs, you are expected to upload a XLS.
Bonifacio Global City is developed by Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation (FBDC), now managed by the powerhouse partnership of Ayala Land, Inc., Evergreen Holdings, Inc. (Campos Group) and the Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA). Ayala Land has a track record of creating and sustaining successful business districts and large-scale integrated communities, including the Makati Central Business District. The Campos Group has real estate expertise and financial muscle. It has various property developments in the Edsa-Central area as well as in Laguna. BCDA, with its continuous commitment to the whole area and being the original land owner, completes the successful partnership. Together, the partners lend FBDC the stability and wealth of experience in real estate development as seen in the success of the Bonifacio Global City. History Bonifacio Global City was once part of the 2,578-hectare property of Taguig that the United States Government acquired in 1902 when the Philippines was under the American Colonial Rule. The United States acquisition was turned into a military base and was named Fort McKinley after the 25th US President, William McKinley, who was responsible for the colonization of the Philippines. Fort McKinley became the headquarters of the 10,000 strong Philippine Scouts, which was the Philippine Division of the United States Army. In 1949, three years after the Philippines gained its political independence from the United States, Fort McKinley was turned over to the Philippine Government by virtue of the United States Embassy Note No. 0570. In 1957, Fort McKinley was made the permanent headquarters of the Philippine Army and was renamed Fort Bonifacio after the Father of the Philippine Revolution against Spain, Andres Bonifacio, who organized what is effectively the first Philippine Armed Forces and whose father, Santiago Bonifacio, was a native of Tipas, Taguig. In 1992, an approximately 240-hectare portion of Fort Bonifacio was turned over to the Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA). BCDA was created by virtue of Republic Act 7227, otherwise known as the Bases Conversion and Development Act of 1992, and signed into law by then President Corazon C. Aquino to facilitate the conversion of former US military bases and Metro Manila camps into productive civilian use. Three years later, Bonifacio Land Corporation, a consortium led by Metro Pacific, made a successful bid to become BCDA’s partner in the development of the 240-hectare property, which was named Bonifacio Global City. The partnership was dubbed the “Deal of the Century” because Bonifacio Global City was sold at a staggering price of Php 333,283.88 per square meter, with proceeds amounting to Php 30.4 billion. BCDA and the Metro Pacific-led consortium subsequently created the Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation (FBDC) to oversee the master planning of Bonifacio Global City. FBDC was the largest corporation registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission in 1992, with a paid-up capital of Php 71.227 billion. The sale channeled Php 25.8 billion cash to government coffers and ballooned property values in the vicinity overnight. In 2003, Ayala Land, Inc. and Evergreen Holdings, Inc. of the Campos Group purchased a controlling stake in Bonifacio Land Corporation from Metro Pacific. As major partners in FBDC, the two companies, along with BCDA, now shape the vision of this premier business district into the home of passionate minds, where technology meets aesthetics. Ownership Structure The Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation (FBDC) is the main developer of Bonifacio Global City, a 240 hectare world-class business district at the heart of Taguig City. Backing the FBDC in pursuing the ambitious project are the Bases Conversion Development Authority and the formidable consortium of Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI) and Evergreen Holdings, Inc. of the Campos Group, who jointly completed the acquisition of a controlling interest of FBDC in 2003. The Ayala-Campos group brings to FBDC a wealth of real estate experience and aims to replicate the success of the development in the Makati Central Business District. ALI has a track record for creating and sustaining successful business districts and large-scale integrated communities while the Campos Group, through its real estate arm, Greenfield Development Corporation, has various property developments in the EDSA-Central Area and Laguna. Access and Location Bonifacio Global City is positioned to be a natural extension of Makati Central Business District because of its proximity to such. It is conveniently located in the forward-looking city of Taguig, between the business hubs of Makati and Ortigas Centers. It is directly linked to Manila’s two major thoroughfares: EDSA and C-5 highways. It is also easily linked to other major business centers in the country and the world as it is located close to the Manila domestic and international airports. All roads lead to home – it is accessible via seven access point: The Kalayaan Avenue from the North, the Kalayaan Flyover via EDSA and Makati, McKinley Road from the West, the three gates from C-5 Highway from the east, and via the Airport through Villamor Air Base from the south. Strategic Location Bonifacio Global City (BGC) is conveniently located in the progressive city of Taguig, between the business hubs of Makati and Ortigas Center. Because of its proximity to the Makati Central Business District, BGC is touted to be a natural extension of the Makati Central Business District. BGC is surrounded by the adjacent cities of Pasig to the Northeast across C5 Highway, Makati to the West and Northwest, and Pasay to the Southwest and Parañaque to the South across South Super Highway. The city is directly linked to Manila’s two main thoroughfares — EDSA and C5 Highways – and is accessible via seven access points: The Kalayaan Avenue from the North, the Kalayaan Flyover via EDSA and Makati McKinley Road from the West, the three gates from C5 Highway from the East, and via the airport through Villamor Airbase from the South. In addition, its proximity to the South Luzon Expressway brings the industrial zones of Muntinlupa, Canlubang, and Laguna makes it an ideal location. Residential subdivisions in Makati and Alabang are also within easy reach. Easy Airport Access Serving as Manila’s gateway to the world, Bonifacio Global City (BGC) is easily linked to other major business centers in the country, as it is located close to the Manila domestic and international airports. However, despite its proximity to the airport, BGC does not directly lie under the airplane flight path and is not subject to heavy noise exposure. Superior Masterplan The new masterplan of the city center Bonifacio Global City (BGC) was designed by Ayala Land planners and top US-based consultants. The 240-hectare gross land area is composed of 88% mixed-use, with 34% devoted to open spaces. BGC is a dynamic and self-contained pedestrian-friendly city. A fine-grained network of pedestrian ways that connect to transit and parking are made available. The city’s grid design provides ease in navigation and uncomplicated access to residential, commercial, and business centers. The 3×3 grid system provides efficient traffic and easily understandable circulation and access to individual properties and to public parking from all points of entry to BGC. Every area in BGC is designed to enhance the quality of life while providing a relaxed environment at the same time. Each piece of property in BGC is a prime lot that faces either a main thoroughfare or open greenery. Landscaped parks provide refreshing air while featuring world-renowned local art on display, bringing a sense of culture and style. Water pipes, communication cables, electricity lines, and LPG gas lines all remain underground to preserve the landscape and view. Zones Encouraging balance between work and life, the well-planned zoning masterplan of Bonifacio Global City (BGC) puts equal emphasis on business, commercial, civic, culture and family activities. Every area is designed to enhance the quality of life. With the ingenious re-design of the City Center, each piece of property in its four zones faces either a main thoroughfare or open greenery. A network of retail promenades, paseos and plazas will form an integral part in BGS’s physical core. City That Works Technology meets aesthetics in Bonifacio Global City (BGC). BGC is an intelligent hub, where transportation, communication, estate services and security are delivered reliably and seamlessly, leaving residents and visitors alike to do what they do best. BGC boasts of a new masterplan that involves a major re-design of the amenities and features of its 36-hectare City Center to make it more efficient and attuned to a new standard of living. It is truly for the people on the cutting edge. Density-Controlled Development Protecting the value and attractiveness of Bonifacio Global City is the Design Standards and Guidelines (DSG) and Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CCR). They are also used to standardize the developments within the city. Density is controlled to support a well-planned community and ensure that utilities are adequate to service the developments. The measure of density used is the Floor Area Ratio (FAR) (see illustration on the right). FARs range from 6 to 18. However, retail components are allowed only up to a maximum of FAR 3 for Mixed-Use lots, while buildings with residential components must have a minimum of FAR 4. Grid of Streets and Blocks Grid of streets and blocks that allow efficient circulation. 3×3 grid system provides efficient traffic and easily understandable circulation and access to individual properties and to public parking from all points of entry to BGC. Pedestrian Friendly A fine-grained network of pedestrian ways that connect to transit and parking, the pedestrian-friendly design is based on efficient and easily understandable circulation and access to individual properties and to public parking from all points of entry to Bonifacio Global City. Public Transport Managed by Bonifacio Transport Corporation, the multimodal public transport system connects Bonifacio Global City to the Metro Rail Transit and other commercial and business districts. With transit stops in strategic points around Bonifacio Global City, residents and visitors can never run out of places to go in BGC. Services and Utilities The vision and attention to detail with which Bonifacio Global City was developed is not only visible in its structures, but it also permeates into its high-quality services and utilities. Services Bonifacio Estate Services Corporation, under the supervision of Ayala Property Management Corporation, handles the estate services of Bonifacio Global City. Guards patrol the grounds 24 hours a day. Business owners and residents may call the Police / Security Assistance Center regarding any safety concern and get an immediate response. The Police / Security Assistance Center also apprehended more than 2,000 traffic violators, ensuring safety and order in the community since 2002. Quick response to medical emergencies and accidents are in place. The Bonifacio Global City Emergency Response Team (ERT) has responded to 228 emergency patients and three actual fire incidents in the area. To date, it has conducted seven emergency evacuation drills. A state-of-the-art ambulance is available for the quick transfer of patients needing hospital care. As proof of its competence in promoting safety in the community, the Bonifacio Global City’s ERT won 1strunner-up in the 2ndNational Vertical Fire Competition during the 16thIndustrial / Commercial Safety Competition held last March 11, 2006. And also in 2006, at the height of super typhoonMilenyo,the ERT was quick to respond in addressing the extensive damage brought about by the calamity. Fallen trees were re-rooted, traffic and streelights were repaired, roads were cleared of debris, and normal operations in Bonifacio Global City were resumed, all in a matter of two days. The ERT also lent assistance to nearby Barangay Forbes in clearing portions of McKinley Avenue. Other accomplishments of the BGCEA include: Repainting of 35km of street curbs Installation of traffic lights within BGC Construction of pedestrian lanes Repair and restoration of asphalted roads Planting of 89 Royal Palm Trees Landscaping upkeep and maintenance of the whole of BGC In-house nursery Utilities Water
Film Studies: Types of Montage Essay. The well known Soviet film director Sergei Eisenstein distinguished between five different montage techniques, which are metric, rhythmic, tonal, overtonal and intellectual montages. Their techniques were used in Eisenstein’s films and the works of other Soviet filmmakers such as Pudovkin and Kuleshov. Today, these types of montage are also popular and widely applied in modern movies. The three montage techniques I chose to describe and illustrate in this paper are rhythmic, tonal and intellectual. Rhythmic montage techniques are used to depict the continuity of the action of the scene. If there is a movement going on in the scene, the shots are directed in a way that the continuity of the movement never stops, the effect of the motion is flowing, it serves to absorb the viewer and make them more present to what is happening on the screen. A good modern example or this montage technique is the car getaway scene from the film called “Drive”. The movement of the car is maintained throughout the whole scene. At the same time, the events of the getaway are shown from a passenger of the car. This technique helps to maintain the effect of personal presence for the viewer of the film, and also increases the emotional side of the scene, putting the viewer right into the car together with the characters. Tonal montage techniques are applied with the purpose of emphasizing the emotional side of the shots and scenes. In the shots combined into a tonal montage, the reaction of the audience is directed not with the help of movement of rhythm but using employing the images associated with various emotions. This technique is used to dictate the mood of the scenes in a subtle and complex way. An example of the application of this kind of montage in the modern cinema is represented by the film called “Boy in the Striped Pajamas.” The final scene of the film uses tonal montage using colors and images. The shots feature the bright and colorful sceneries of the peaceful German backyard that are replaced by the grey and dark images of a concentration camp. The colors and shades become dimmer; the mood is strengthened by the emotions of the characters creating the growing intensity of the feelings closing to an explosion that suddenly breaks, leaving the audience emotionally heated up. Finally, intellectual montage techniques employ shots that contain intellectual meanings and associations or connections that can be drawn logically. Often such montage techniques include images and actions that can be compared or related to each other, creating a deeper meaning to the scene. An example of such technology can be found in one of the episodes of the fictional series called “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” where Buffy and her boyfriend Riley are both fighting the supernatural creatures. The scenes of battle are intercrossed with the scenes featuring a passionate bed scene between the two characters, after the sequence of shots from both scenes the characters finish their action, and then we see Buffy and Riley standing among the defeated enemies, and one of them asks the other what they were going to do next. Such montage omits the sequence of events but makes it clear what happened first and what followed, at the same time, it points out emotional similarities between sexual intercourse and fighting symbolizing passion both characters felt for each other. Film Studies: Types of Montage Essay
SCC Music Homo Sapiens the Classical Romantic Period & Time of Composition Discussion
SCC Music Homo Sapiens the Classical Romantic Period & Time of Composition Discussion.
I’m working on a music question and need a reference to help me study.
After having listened to so many different styles, periods, and genres of music, what do you think is the purpose of music?During which time period do you think your purpose of music was most effectively fulfilled, and why? Use a video example to back up your argument. It can be one we used in class, or something different, but you must explain why it’s important in your own words.Your answer should be a paragraph, not just a sentence or two.
SCC Music Homo Sapiens the Classical Romantic Period & Time of Composition Discussion
T Cell Receptor and the B Cell Receptor: Comparison
essay writer free T Cell Receptor and the B Cell Receptor: Comparison. The entire world is full of pathogens which we need to fight off to leave a normal life. Due to this, we have an immune system that helps us fight off and prevent/manage subsequent infections. Our immune system can be classified into two, the innate and acquired immune responses. The innate immune response is broadly specific and provides the first defensive action against any infection. Their response to any subsequent infection stays the same as the initial infection. In contrast, the acquired immune response is highly specific such that it provides defence by generating antibodies specific to an antigen. They also have the capacity of keeping infection memory such that there will be a more powerful response to future infections. Innate immune response is mostly provided by macrophages, dendritic cells, polymorphonuclear leukocytes, mast cells, natural killer cells, erythrocytes and platelets. The acquired immune response is provided by lymphocytes, the T (T cells) and B lymphocytes (B cells). The lymphocytes are derived from hematopoietic stem cells (HSC) in the bone marrow. That form MLPs (myeloid-lymphoid progenitors). If the HSC and MLP stay in the bone marrow they form B cells and if they migrate (via blood) to the thymus they form T cells (see figure below). Initiation of immune response by the lymphocytes first requires recognition of the antigens and this is achieved by cell surface receptors called BCRs (B cell receptor) and TCRs (T cell receptor). These two receptors have great similarities and differences in their structure complexes, antigen recognition, cell activation and genetic recombination. A) STRUCTURE OF BCRs AND TCRs Both the BCR and TCR have great similarities and differences in the structure. They both exist as multi-chain complexes as seen in the diagrams below: i) Antigen recognition components In the figure above, section A shows the structure of a BCR. The BCR antigen recognition medium is an immunoglobulin (Ig) molecule (a transmembrane antibody). The antibody is modified via alternative splicing that adds a hydrophobic transmembrane domain and a short cytoplasmic domain (~3 aminoacids) at the C terminus of the immunoglobulin heavy chain (WallT Cell Receptor and the B Cell Receptor: Comparison
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Week 3 | Applying Servant Leadership in PracticeAssignment Executive SummaryDetails:In this assignment, you will select a program, quality improvement initiative, or other project from your place of employment. Assume you are presenting this program to the board for approval of funding. Write an executive summary (850-1,000 words) to present to the board, from which they will make their decision to fund your program or project. The summary should include:The purpose of the program or project.The target population or audience.The benefits of the program or projectThe cost or budget justification.The basis upon which the program or project will be evaluated.Share your written proposal with your manager, supervisor or other colleague in a formal leadership position within a health care organization. Request their feedback using the following questions as prompts:Do you believe the proposal would be approved if formally proposed?What are some strengths and weaknesses of the proposal?Submit the written proposal along with the “Executive Summary Feedback Form.”Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.This assignment uses a grading rubric. Instructors will be using the rubric to grade the assignment; therefore, students should review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the assignment criteria and expectations for successful completion of the assignment.You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Refer to the directions in the Student Success Center. Only Word documents can be submitted to Turnitin.
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Hudson County Community College ?Development of Film Russia Sound Track Questions
Hudson County Community College ?Development of Film Russia Sound Track Questions.
Development of Film answer the following question1. Discuss some of the “editing” ideas behind the Russian silent films such as Man With A Movie Camera and Battleship Potemkin.2.Compare the comedic style of Charles Chaplin and Buster Keaton. 3. Discuss some of the problems connected with the introduction of synchronized sound films.4. Describe the two main sound systems of the 1920s, which are known as the Vitaphone process and sound on film. 5. Discuss the Hollywood studio system of the 1930s. What are some of the positives and negatives of the system. 6. Why did studios in Hollywood specialize in particular sound genres? 7. Discuss the use of sound in the film Citizen Kane.8. Pick one scene from the film Citizen Kane and discuss the cinematography.9. Discuss the films known as “pre-code” Hollywood and how they were able to avoid censorship. 10. What were some of the topics in films during the late 1930s which could not be depicted?
Hudson County Community College ?Development of Film Russia Sound Track Questions