Plot the following temperature/pressure and dewpoint/pressure points. Then, connect the temperature points to create a temperature profile and connect the dewpoint points to create a dewpoint profile.

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Plot the following temperature/pressure and dewpoint/pressure points. Then, connect the temperature points to create a temperature profile and connect the dewpoint points to create a dewpoint profile. p = 1000 mb; T = 10*C; To = 5.C. p = 800 mb; T = 0’C; To = -10’c. p = 600 mb; T = -15’C; To = -30’C. p = 300 mb; T = -45.C; To = -70’C. 200 300 400 Pressure (mb) 500 600 700 800 900 1000 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 Temperature (‘C

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DB 5: Analyzing the Internship Ad
See this article that advocates analyzing a job ad in the way the questions below asked you to before you write your resume: How to Make Resume Match Job Description.docx
Go to Career Services: https://career.asu.edu/ (Links to an external site.
Under Explore Opportunities you can register with handshake to find an internship: https://asu.joinhandshake.com/login (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
For your Advancing Your Career assignment, find an ad for an internship which you could apply to now. This should be commensurate with your current experiences/skills. You should be able to find an internship ad by going to the career services pages. In other words, the ad must be seeking someone pursuing your degree and must not require that you have already graduated or you have professional experience in that area. You will need to include a copy of the ad with your Advancing Your Career packet and say where you found the ad and when in your cover letter so make a note of that when you copy the ad into a Word Doc.
When you have found a suitable ad, copy this and paste it into a Word document and edit the font so it is 11 or 12 point. Save that document so that you can easily find it in the future. Highlight relevant skills the job seeks and qualifications you need to have using the highlighter in Word. Then paste the ad into your reply here in the discussion board along with your answers to these questions. Make sure you copy the entire ad.
Once you have the ad, complete the following discussion board by answering questions fully and post them here along with the internship ad you have pasted into word. Learning to identify key words and phrases in a job ad and then use those naturally in your resume and cover letter is, as your textbook says on page 508, how you make friends with resume bots.
Analyzing the Internship Advertisement
Effectively analyzing the ad allows the job seeker to target her application with a customized letter and resume.
5 Key Components of a Internship Ad
Position description
Key areas of responsibilities
Professional qualifications/required experience/desired skills
Company description/overview
Details on how to apply for the position and deadline for applications
Steps to Analyzing an Internship ad
Read through the ad several times to ensure that you understand the requirements of the position, and look for hidden clues when reading and analyzing it. Some requirements are listed as essential or required and others as preferred or desirable or similar wording. Essential or required means that if you don’t have those qualifications, you will not be considered. Preferred or Desired should tell you that you should try to develop those skills and qualifications before you graduate. Cover both “hard” and “soft” skills. Hard skills are measuarable and specific such as using spreadsheets or speaking a particular languge or designing a webpage. Soft skills are less tangible interpersonal such as communication, teamwork, leardership, coflict resolution etc.
Answer these questions:
Go to the company’s website and social media pages and do a google search to find out as much as you can about the company. Write a brief profile explaining what the company does, how large they are, where located, and so on.
What is the position you are applying for within the organization?
What attracted you or drew you to the internship advertisement?
Why do you believe this is a good position for you?
What duties will this person be expected to fulfill?
What skills, experience, qualifications, training, abilities and qualities are “essential” or required for the position? Be sure you look at all the requirements especially computer programs. Now list what you have done that would show you have these essential qualifications? (Consider work, classes, and volunteer work)
What skills, experience, qualifications, training, abilities and qualities are “preferred” or desirable for the position? Again, now list what you have done that you could discuss that would show you have any of those preferred qualifications or experiences or skills? (Consider work experience, classes, organizations you belong to and volunteer work that you could list on your resume and discuss in your letter)
What kinds of future opportunities does the position provide?
What are some of the keywords in the ad you need to pay attention to that you need to use in your resume or letter? List them. They may be skills, attitudes, or qualifications. They may be hard skills and soft skills. Most ads, for example expect excellent writing skills. So make sure you list that since you will need to prove on your resume.
What specific classes and/or projects at college would prove you are qualified for this position? How and why (what did you do)? Make sure you name the class and don’t use the abbreviation like ENG 302. Instead say Business Writing.
What specific work experience would prove you are qualified? How and why (what did you do)?
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Visit the website for Financial Times (http://www.ft.com). Find three or four articles that discuss different firms’ uses of cooperative strategies.
Answer:
1. What types of cooperative strategies are revealed in each article?
2. What objective is each firm pursuing as it uses a particular cooperative strategy?
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Your essay should be five pages, typed and double spaced. I will evaluate your essay for clarity, organizadraft,post,. During the lecture we watched a video where a police officer attempted to talk down Grant from attempting suicide. Write an empdraft

Interface Design Wireframe and Storyboard
Unit Outcomes practiced in this assignment:
Describe fundamental user interface design principles.
Explain the process of user interface design.
Design basic user interfaces.
Course Outcome practiced in this assignment:
IT460-4: Develop information systems by converting design specifications into data structures.
Purpose
You, as the Systems Analyst, have been focusing thus far on the “inside” of a system, but realize the need to understand the interfaces used by a system as well. In this assignment, a new client is asking for assistance in building a website “from scratch” and needs for you to make design recommendations based on research.
Assignment Instructions and Requirements
Scenario:
Avery’s Gym has had some limited success providing athletic training and physical therapy…but she’s struggling a bit to expand her presence and her brand to expand her business. Avery is considering expanding her web presence and is interested in exploring what her competitors are doing. She thinks a great way to do that would be to build a website that could serve as a home for her marketing efforts. There are two parts to the assignment. First, research other similar sites to serve as a launching point for your creative efforts. Second, draft an original wireframe diagram using Visio that may serve as the starting point of a web system design project.
You can expand your research options to explore themes related to three main areas. Creativity is encouraged!
Gym or Physical Fitness center
Physical Therapy
Mental Health and Wellness centers
Because Avery is focused on crafting personalized training and experiences, she is looking for local inspiration. Choose a gym, physical fitness center, physical therapy site, or mental health and wellness facility that is close to you (preferably independent). Do not choose a large national business or chain as the starting point for your research.
Part 1: Home Page Research
Find an appropriate corresponding website home page with the purpose of researching similar sites for inspiration for your own design. Provide the following information focusing primarily on the home page, features, and branding of the site. Think of this as a “walk through evaluation.” In addition to providing a URL and screenshot – write a brief analysis addressing some of the common elements listed below:
Provide the full URL of your inspiration.
Include a screenshot
Provide additional written documentation to accompany your research. Adding labels and annotation to the screenshot highlighting your analysis is preferred.
Paragraph 1: Organization and Design (at least 75 words)
Describe the design elements:
Main features and purpose
Navigation menu(s)
Layout
Any whitespace
Paragraph 2: Branding and Communication (at least 75 words)
Describe the key features of marketing and communication elements:
The use of color (combinations, locations)
Text (families, variety of sizes, alignment)
Multimedia (images, graphics, videos, etc.)
Social media/communications
Part 2: Original Diagram
Consider what you learned about the organization of your research and develop your own proposed design for your client. Create an original wireframe and storyboard for your client’s home page. Visio is required.
Design your wireframe for a website homepage.
Include the location of the logo, navigation, main area for home page content, and other elements you feel are necessary.
Identify and label key elements.
Do not simply copy the design of the page you reviewed; create your own design.
Actual content is not necessary! This should be aline drawing showing where items should be placed on the screen. Placeholders could be included.
Your wireframe should look something like the image below, although of course with your own page organization and detail and relating to the client’s needs:
Original Image by: Paul Shryock, (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) Image modified by cropping to focus on website wireframe example. Retrieved from https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
Provide additional written documentation to accompany your Visio wireframe. Elaborate on your design decisions, identify the key features, address important aspects of navigation, marketing, and communications.
Paragraph 1: Organization and Design
Describe the design elements (at least 100 words):
Main features and purpose
Navigation menu(s)
Layout
Any whitespace
Paragraph 2: Branding and Communication (at least 100 words)
Describe the key features of marketing and communication elements:
The use of color (combinations, locations)
Text (families, variety of sizes, alignment)
Multimedia (images, graphics, videos, etc.)
Social media/communications
Review all instructions above and the rubric below before submitting to the assignment Dropbox.
Reminders
Proofread your work for grammar, draft,post,Here is the discussion and I want you to respond to it with 50 words

Identify a problem in your workplace and present a solution to a supervisor.
First, have a detailed description of the problem including causes and effects.
Then clearly explain your solution and why it is a good idea, including consideration of cost/benefit. Use enough detail to communicate the idea(s) of your solution clearly and completely. Your email must delegate responsibilities to specific people or positions/roles in the business so everyone knows exactly what you think needs to happen and who will be responsible for what.
Ex: “The snow must be cleared off of the front steps.” is insufficient because it does not identify specific people or a time frame.
The more detail you put in your memo the better it should be. I do not work where you work so if I can understand exactly what you are talking about then you are doing a good job.
Your solution CAN NOT be hire more people or spend more money on something. If your solution is to hire more people or spend more money you will fail the assignment with a grade of zero. You can suggest something that has a cost, but a solution like “We need to hdraft,post,

Jazz As “America’s Music”
Many historians and scholars call jazz “America’s Native Art Form,” or “America’s Music,” or some other version of this title. Basically, since jazz was ♫“Born in the USA”♫, and it is pretty unique—when compared to other musical styles from other places (like Europe or Asia)—these folks claim jazz as our music, as our unique art. I think there is a lot of validity to this claim; jazz is rather uniquely American and it represents a lot of the things that we are (and were) pretty well.
But, of course, it’s not a perfect claim. There are probably reasons we could point to as to why calling jazz “America’s Music” is less-than perfect. Among other things, jazz is still kind of elitist and only really represents a small percentage of the “American Experience.” My cowboy grandpa probably couldn’t be further removed from jazz (at least in his own telling of “the story”). Anytime we try to identify one person or one artistic movement as the thing that represents a huge community, we are going to find things to complain about.
Still, I think the idea of having that one thing to represent something complex is an interesting one. So, what about you? What could you use to represent yourself? What songs, pieces, or artists do you think might some closest to explaining “you?”

Please list two pieces of music that you would pick to represent yourself. Think about a photo slideshow of your life; what two songs would be best to accompany it? Or, if someone was planning your funeral (heaven forbid), what two songs would you hope they picked to fully represent all of the things you were and all of the things you strived to be? Please include a brief explanation as to why these are the two songs you would choose.
Please share links to a playlist and/or videos of these songs so I can hear them. Chdraft,post,Video record and ask these 10 questions in arabic don’t show your face

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DB 5: Analyzing the Internship Ad
See this article that advocates analyzing a job ad in the way the questions below asked you to before you write your resume: How to Make Resume Match Job Description.docx
Go to Career Services: https://career.asu.edu/ (Links to an external site.
Under Explore Opportunities you can register with handshake to find an internship: https://asu.joinhandshake.com/login (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
For your Advancing Your Career assignment, find an ad for an internship which you could apply to now. This should be commensurate with your current experiences/skills. You should be able to find an internship ad by going to the career services pages. In other words, the ad must be seeking someone pursuing your degree and must not require that you have already graduated or you have professional experience in that area. You will need to include a copy of the ad with your Advancing Your Career packet and say where you found the ad and when in your cover letter so make a note of that when you copy the ad into a Word Doc.
When you have found a suitable ad, copy this and paste it into a Word document and edit the font so it is 11 or 12 point. Save that document so that you can easily find it in the future. Highlight relevant skills the job seeks and qualifications you need to have using the highlighter in Word. Then paste the ad into your reply here in the discussion board along with your answers to these questions. Make sure you copy the entire ad.
Once you have the ad, complete the following discussion board by answering questions fully and post them here along with the internship ad you have pasted into word. Learning to identify key words and phrases in a job ad and then use those naturally in your resume and cover letter is, as your textbook says on page 508, how you make friends with resume bots.
Analyzing the Internship Advertisement
Effectively analyzing the ad allows the job seeker to target her application with a customized letter and resume.
5 Key Components of a Internship Ad
Position description
Key areas of responsibilities
Professional qualifications/required experience/desired skills
Company description/overview
Details on how to apply for the position and deadline for applications
Steps to Analyzing an Internship ad
Read through the ad several times to ensure that you understand the requirements of the position, and look for hidden clues when reading and analyzing it. Some requirements are listed as essential or required and others as preferred or desirable or similar wording. Essential or required means that if you don’t have those qualifications, you will not be considered. Preferred or Desired should tell you that you should try to develop those skills and qualifications before you graduate. Cover both “hard” and “soft” skills. Hard skills are measuarable and specific such as using spreadsheets or speaking a particular languge or designing a webpage. Soft skills are less tangible interpersonal such as communication, teamwork, leardership, coflict resolution etc.
Answer these questions:
Go to the company’s website and social media pages and do a google search to find out as much as you can about the company. Write a brief profile explaining what the company does, how large they are, where located, and so on.
What is the position you are applying for within the organization?
What attracted you or drew you to the internship advertisement?
Why do you believe this is a good position for you?
What duties will this person be expected to fulfill?
What skills, experience, qualifications, training, abilities and qualities are “essential” or required for the position? Be sure you look at all the requirements especially computer programs. Now list what you have done that would show you have these essential qualifications? (Consider work, classes, and volunteer work)
What skills, experience, qualifications, training, abilities and qualities are “preferred” or desirable for the position? Again, now list what you have done that you could discuss that would show you have any of those preferred qualifications or experiences or skills? (Consider work experience, classes, organizations you belong to and volunteer work that you could list on your resume and discuss in your letter)
What kinds of future opportunities does the position provide?
What are some of the keywords in the ad you need to pay attention to that you need to use in your resume or letter? List them. They may be skills, attitudes, or qualifications. They may be hard skills and soft skills. Most ads, for example expect excellent writing skills. So make sure you list that since you will need to prove on your resume.
What specific classes and/or projects at college would prove you are qualified for this position? How and why (what did you do)? Make sure you name the class and don’t use the abbreviation like ENG 302. Instead say Business Writing.
What specific work experience would prove you are qualified? How and why (what did you do)?
What specific volunteer experience would prove you are qualified for thdraft,post,please solve attached question using word document

Identify a problem in your workplace and present a solution to a supervisor.
First, have a detailed description of the problem including causes and effects.
Then clearly explain your solution and why it is a good idea, including consideration of cost/benefit. Use enough detail to communicate the idea(s) of your solution clearly and completely. Your email must delegate responsibilities to specific people or positions/roles in the business so everyone knows exactly what you think needs to happen and who will be responsible for what.
Ex: “The snow must be cleared off of the front steps.” is insufficient because it does not identify specific people or a time frame.
The more detail you put in your memo the better it should be. I do not work where you work so if I can understand exactly what you are talking about then you are doing a good job.
Your solution CAN NOT be hire more people or spend more money on something. If your solution is to hire more people or spend more money you will fail the assignment with a grade of zero. You can suggest something that has a cost, but a solution like “We need to hdraft,post,