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class, race, and gender

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: Interview two different individuals regarding their positions in society. Analyze their responses regarding:

  1. Identify each person’s class, race, and gender, supporting your work with the text and/or outside resources.
  2. What role has class, race, and gender played in their lives? How do you see these stratifiers as playing a role, even if the interviewee is unaware of it?
  3. Apply one of the sociological perspectives to the individuals’ lives. Why did you choose this particular perspective? How does it explain each person’s life and life choices?
  4. What are some of the benefits and limitations to using interview as a research methodology?
  5. Analyze each person’s specific components of culture and relate them to his/her stratified position in society

accounting ethics

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I do think that ethic is plays a very important role in the accounting field. A business, investor or manager, having knowledge of the fundamentals of accounting ethics and their purpose allows to have less financial trouble and to avoid legal troubles. The professional accounting organizations establish codes of ethics and integrity standards that their members must follow to in their practice such as GAAP. On the other hand unethical behavior can affect for example personal trading, insider trading, and fraudulent financial reporting are areas of high concern.

confidence interval

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  • Construct a hypothetical 95% confidence interval for a hypothetical case of your choosing. Use your own unique choice of mean, standard deviation, and sample size to calculate the confidence interval. Select one (1) option provided below and analyze what will happen to your confidence interval based on the option you selected:
    • The confidence changes to 90%.
    • The confidence changes to 99%.
    • The sample size is cut in half.
    • The sample size is doubled.
    • The sample size is tripled.

Provide a rationale for your response.

uses and limitations of the U.S. Food & Drug Administration’s

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Create a presentation with a minimum of 10 slides about the uses and limitations of the U.S. Food & Drug Administration’s (FDA) requirements on product labeling for public safety.

Benefits of Implementing Group Policy

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Group policies are designed to allow IT administrators to prevent explicit users from engaging in specific activities. Application of group policies is an IT function. In your opinion, who do you think, within the organization, should be involved in making the decision about how group policies will be implemented and which users or groups of users will be impacted by those policies? Explain your position. Also include in the discussion the need to properly balance risk and benefit to the organization

Troubleshooting Group Policies

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  1. Explain three Domain Name System (DNS) related problems that can occur when implementing GPOs. Include in your explanation how these errors are diagnosed, the steps used to correct the errors, and how they can be prevented.
  2. List and detail three reasons that would prevent Group Policy updates from occurring. What methodology could be used to determine how to identify, isolate, and correct the problem?
  3. Describe three built-in tools that can be used to analyze and troubleshoot Group Policy issues. Explain the functionality of each of these tools and how each tool can be used to control and review the state of Group Policy.
  4. Detail Resultant Set of Policy and how it is used to determine effective policy settings. Include your detail the use of Resultant Set of Policy Wizard and the modes in which it operates
  5. Explain how Event Viewer and the Group Policy Operational Log can be instrumental in identifying issues with Group Policy.

Finance

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What are the differences in owner liability in proprietorships and partnerships versus corporations?

What do market value ratios indicate? Identify some market value ratios.