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...Analytical Essay An Analysis of Selected Writings of Master Han Fei Purpose of the One of the great precursors of later political strategists such as Machiavelli, Han Fei’s political philosophies were both radical and utterly non-conformist to the earlier legal philosophies propounded in accordance with Confucian tenets. He refused to follow the Confucian insistence on morality as the deciding virtue for a ruler. He was an advocate for modern governance and strongly believed that new problems require new ways of countering and handling them. Politics, he insisted, should change with time because resorting to the old ideals could not always yield functioning results. The...
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...Analytical Techniques and Errors Analytical Techniques and Errors s Introduction Errors occur everywhere in every field, however, the meanings and relative usage of this word differs at different places depending upon the way it is conceptually applied. Error basically refers to the mistakes that can be human or mechanical. When errors occurred in any field, hey affect the accuracy and correctness of the process as well as outcome of the process being conducted in the field. All the facets of human life like business, healthcare, accounting and finance, languages, scientific studies, social scientific studies, sales and aviation commonly witness the occurrence of error that affects... Running Head:...
Analytical report
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...Analytical report (pursuing a floating exchange rate system) Analytical report (pursuing a floating exchange rate system) Introduction A floating exchange rate system refers to a certain kind of exchange rate arrangement in which the local currency is usually let to rise and fall according to the behavior of the foreign currency exchange market. A floating currency is the type of currency that uses this system. Numerous successful countries pursue the use of this currency including the United Kingdom during the period of an economic crisis. The paper analytically discusses the recommendations of pursuing a floating exchange rate system for...
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...Analytical Essay: Legal Drinking Age Has No Effect Drinking age has been one of the most common phrases in our lives. Every time one of us scurries off to buy some liquor or to a club in order to party away, we are asked to prove our identity through photo ID to show that we are legally eligible for consuming liquor. Before I had read the two articles assigned by the teacher, my own personal perception was that the drinking depends more on self-control than age limit. Twenty one years old is the legal drinking age within the United States of America, as everyone is aware. It is the age in which the children have reached their maximum level of maturity and are grown up enough to make... rather...
Analytical chemistry
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...analytical grade reagents and also used a supporting electrolyte... Article Review al Affiliation Article Review Introduction The article d Differential pulse voltammetric determinationof Albendazole in pharmaceutical tablets using a cathodically pretreated boron-doped diamond electrode by Lourencao, Baccarin, Medeiros, Rocha-Filho & Fatibello-Filho (2013) discusses the use of differential pulse voltammetry (DPV) method on Albendazole (ABZ) in anthelminthic pharmaceutical formulations and shows the results of this experiment. The Motivation / Objectives The motivations or objectives of the paper was to experiment and to report on the results of the use of a cathodically pretreated BDD electrode when used ...
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...analytical balance. This was done by recording the mass of 20 aliquots using analytical balance and then calculating the average mass and the standard deviation. This process was repeated until the relative standard deviation was brought down to less than 1%. 4. A set of 5 agar salt bridges containing 3% agar and 1% KNO3 in nanopure water were made. The agar/salt/water mixture was heated in a microwave until the agar dissolved and the warm solution was injected into 10... Microscale Potentiometric Titration of Halides Microscale potentiometric titration of a solution of two halides (KI and KCl) was carried outusing silver nitrate (AgNO3) of known strength as titrant. The experiment shows drop in the...
Analytical Science
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...Analytical Sciences Tutor: Institution: Course: Date:                   ‘Why is the pharmaceutical industry one of the most regulated industries in the world?’ The problems regarding to the safety of the drugs are a common problem in the existing world today, that is in the both developing and the developed countries. Some of the incidences have ended up in accidents, most often the children being victims. These are caused by using drugs that contain toxic impunities or substances, these drugs are claimed to have not been verified, the drugs with severe adverse reactions... ?                                                                                                                           ...
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...Analytical Essay Presidential powers may not always be balanced. The presidential powers and duties are listed in the constitution which gives the presidents fewer powers than those granted to the Congress. However, because of the ambiguity in the constitution, the president is able to expand their powers beyond the ones that are specifically listed. Despite this, the presidents are supposed to work along with the Congress and their actions can be judged by the Supreme Court. Presidents can get the congressional support by building up public support for their policies. Thus, the presidential powers are limited and it can be argued that the constitutional powers given to the president... ? Number]...
Analytical Report
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...Analytical report Kristen Boujos Melissa Mastrangelo UOIT Table of Contents Company background 3 The Problem 3 Possible options to resolve the problem 3 1.Market research and investigation 3 2.Technological development and innovation 5 3.Overall cost leadership strategy 6 4.Focus and differentiation strategy 7 Budget Estimates 8 CONCLUSIONS 8 References 9 Company background Mobily is a new entrant in the mobile phone manufacturing industry. The company has been engaged in business for almost two years, and is now planning to increase its potential coverage and market share. Melissa Mastrangelo... Company Proposal Mohammed Alhashil & Balakrishna Krishnamoorthy – (100443318 & 100527374) Analytical report ...
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...Analytical Paper Introduction Globalization is the process of exchanges of national resources, culture, views, technology, trade, ideas and products across the national borders. In simple terms, globalization is the process of integration among different countries to develop the global economy. In order to accrue the benefits of globalization, many countries agreed to open up their economy and lower their import tariff. In the era of globalization, there are no cultural boundaries between the countries or free exchange of cultures between the countries. Everything is available throughout the world with the help of internet and telecommunications. In the global economy,...
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...Analytical Paper Introduction Globalization is the process of exchanges of national resources, culture, views, technology, trade, ideas and products across the national borders. In simple terms, globalization is the process of integration among different countries to develop the global economy. In order to accrue the benefits of globalization, many countries agreed to open up their economy and lower their import tariff. In the era of globalization, there are no cultural boundaries between the countries or free exchange of cultures between the countries. Everything is available throughout the world with the help of internet and telecommunications. In the global economy,...
Analytical Tools
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...Analytical Tools Analytical Tools Analytical tools in the airline flight are very important. The tools provide relevant data concerning the safety of the airline and also provide the possibility of an accident and the precautionary measures taken appropriately. The examination of various safety related measures is very important (Ferrer & Thurman, 2009).  Fundamentals of the particular safety management are actually the reporting of investigation based date on the safety related events. Once the event is reported, an airline has the obligation to investigate the event and provide the precautionary measures to be taken so that the event does not occur. This makes the analysis important... Tools...
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...Analytical Summary of Affiliation: Analytical Summary Analytical summary is a condensed account of a particular piece of literature such as an article, essay, or other forms of writings, written in a person’s own words; however, addressing the key issues contained in the original work by the authors of the piece of writing. In the article “Australia’s Ambivalent Re-imagining of Asia,” by Carol Johnson, Pal Ahluwalia, And Greg Mccarthy, the authors makes an argument that Asia tended to function as an uncertain aspect in the Australian politics, where it brought about aspects of both fear and hope in equal measures, making understanding of...
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...Analytical summary Social groupings often attract people with similar traits. It is thus possible to allude that close friends have similar behavior patterns. The selection of friends is always natural as the attraction takes place seamlessly. As people grow, the attraction changes from those merely around an individual to those who share similar ideologies. It is therefore natural to find drug addicts together since the drug addiction is common among them. I do not have many friends a feature that has compelled me to investigate my personally especially based on those I consider my closest but very few friends. Just like me, most of them also lack many friends....
Analytical Summaries
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...Analytical Summaries Part I – Analytical Summary “Shooting…”Article •Brief Summary The B. Carey article, “Shooting…” discusses the effects of violent video games on crime (Carey, 2013). The students entered the Columbine High School and gunned everything along their massacre path. The students were avid video game addicts. One movie enthusiast stood up in front of the theatre and gunned everyone he could see. The movie fanatic was a certified violent video game player. Social scientists’ researches indicate that playing violent video games instill avoidable hostile personalities among the violent video game players. The violent video games include Mortal Kombat, Killzone, Battlefield... September 20,...
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...Analytical Essay: Comparative Afterlife Beliefs The article in this link: http archives.religionnews.com/faith/beliefs/for-sikhs-the-soul-lives-on-long-after-the-body-dies, is compared with the information sourced from this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wI-zIc_XUj8 There are different beliefs on life after death, immortality, or eternal life depending on cultural orientation. For the Sikhs, there is a firm belief in immortality, as learned from the article entitled “What do Sikhs believe about the afterlife?” written by Daniel Burke in August 9, 2012 and published online in Religious News Service (RNS) (Burke). The Egyptians, likewise, have more intricate beliefs... September 7, Analytical...
Analytical Framework
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...Analytical Framework Introduction Social assessment system or stakeholder analysis analyticalframework usually involves three main components. The first is a step by step social assessment process. This is then followed by approaches to measuring social performance. The third component of analytical framework is the social assessment matrix model. Every component of the social assessment system is vital in identifying various aspects of articles. Posner develops an article that discusses the current issue within the US of treating financial consumers as consenting adults. Identifying whether Posner’s article meets the criteria of establishing social problems as well... Analyzing an Article using...
Analytical Essay
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...Analytical Essay Analytical Essay Human beings have been managing organizations, people and themselves since the beginning of the economic activities and formation of organizations. Managing refers to the process that involves, planning, organizing, controlling and directing individuals in order to achieve organizational goals (Lorenzana, 1993). Many people have described management as an art while others have described it as a science. However, all these perspectives management are true with respect to the past writings by those described as managerial pioneers. While others have argued that the management thought began in the early days of industrial revolution while others have argued... Essay...
ANALYTICAL REPORT
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...Analytical Report Analytical Report Introduction The main problem for writing this report is to ascertain the relationship between learning and employees’ cultures in an organization have huge influence on the success and operationalization of Wal-Mart Stores. Background information indicates that there is a close relationship between employee relations and work performance in the company. Various attributes, such as level of education, employment type, departmental composition by gender, cultural attributes by department, not to mention other variables, affect the overall task performance in the company (David, 2007). The research was carried out by using...
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...Analytical Essay Introduction This paper is aimed at analyzing that how a publicspace is designed for a particular gender. The space selected for the purpose of this paper encompasses the visual and commercial effects as created by Wacoal’s recent lingerie product line called btempt’d. As a famous brand, Wacoal’s swimwear and innerwear are available at and exotically demonstrated/advertised across several showrooms in USA. This space is highly dependent on the merchandise, advertisements, visuals, and demonstrations that are found in a typical lingerie store. The company openly says that this lingerie product line is aimed at physical and mental wellbeing of young girls. However, the way... Assignment...
Analytical frameworks
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...Analytical Frameworks and of the ment of problemA number of firms in various industries have been unable to realize adequate profitability. A good number of businesses report a profit which is below or equivalent to that of an industry average. This factor is attributed to the presence of various forces on a market that influences the ability of a firm to serve consumers effectively. These forces, subsequently, affect the success of a firm as far as profit making is concerned. Analyzing the Porters Industry Framework and Business Competitive Edge In an attempt to solve various problems as regards earning a competitive edge and eventual profits, Porter formulated a...
Analytical summary
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...analytical writer ignore the negative aspect of democracy as well. While it remains, as is agreed by most, the better of economic systems it has definite chasms. The author missed out on vital facets of democracy. Moreover, the author keeps writing about how both countries do each other good in international relations terms. There is a disparity in the author’s conclusions, then, if we consider the mentions of good relationship as well as the trust issues that have existed in the past. This disparity in the inherent argument of the article puts the credibility of the article at risk. What I came to understand was that the bilateral... Part The article eluci s upon the relationship between Indonesia and...
Analytical Method
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...Analytical Method Summary of Benito et al’s gunpowder analysis The major purpose of the article is to develop a quick and efficient method based on liquid chromatography–quadrupole time-offlight mass spectrometry (LC–QTOF) in order to detect and identify elemental profile of gunshot residues (GSR). In which case, the researchers asserts that their purpose arose because of the significances related to characterization of organic residues. One of the core aspects asserted is that OGSR provides a platform for succinct evidence in clarification of elemental profiles particularly in a case where lead-free ammunition is fired. This formed the problem statement...
Analytical reviews
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...Analytical Reviews Part One. Manning starts from the observation that from earliest times people have sought to keep alive the memory of times past,either by oral means through stories and poems, recited at special events, or after the invention of writing, and later printing, with the production of written records. He observes that when we look back over historical writings from around the world we can see that they are all similar in the way that they approach the task but that there are also many differences. Each historian writes from a particular cultural perspective, and aims to meet the expectations of a particular audience. These factors mean that most history is...
ANALYTICAL PAPER
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...Analytical Paper of the of the Analytical Paper Nurses can perform in agreement with the philosophical bases of their occupation identified as a significant component in job approval and is thus a key component in the preservation and assemblage of nursing workforce. Creating a heritage of excellence needs the adoption of an explicit set of standards and anticipated outcomes to which all nurses can subscribe and that leverages perform behavior. Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer of Health of the district is significant has searched to set up the cornerstone for conceiving a heritage of excellence through the creation of the objective, dream and...
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...Analytical Reviews. Part The emergence of a world history. Arnold J. Toynbee (1889-1975) was a respected British academic and historian who attempted what very few have managed in one lifetime: he wrote a monumental work of history, covering a truly global span and reaching back to the beginnings of recorded human history. Its modest title A Study of History belies its huge ambition. Toynbee devoted most of his working life to this task and in the end it amounted to 12 large volumes published between 1934 and 1961. The structure that Toynbee chooses for his analysis is that of the civilization, and he makes a clear distinction between this and smaller societies which do...
Analytical reviews
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...Analytical Reviews; Part One: International Politics and World History. How to international politics matter? Paul M. Kennedy’s book The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers covers the whole world from about 1500 until the mid-1980s. In roughly chronological order he recounts the achievements of each major world power as it arises out of its particular context and attains prominence. There are eight chapters divided into three main themes sections and it is interesting that he repeats the title “strategy and economics” in each of the three section headings. This is a somewhat misleading hint, because in fact what his analysis shows is that very often the great powers lack strategy, and seem... Reviews;...
ANALYTICAL PAPER
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...Analytical Paper of the of the Analytical Paper Nurses can perform in agreement with the philosophical bases of their occupation identified as a significant component in job approval and is thus a key component in the preservation and assemblage of nursing workforce. Creating a heritage of excellence needs the adoption of an explicit set of standards and anticipated outcomes to which all nurses can subscribe and that leverages perform behavior. Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer of Health of the district is significant has searched to set up the cornerstone for conceiving a heritage of excellence through the creation of the objective, dream and...
Analytical reviews
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...Analytical Reviews. Part One: Conflicts of Civilization. One way of looking at the contemporary world is to examine how each tiny relates to its neighbours, and how international relations are formed and broken across the different regions of the globe. Traditionally, this was a common approach, and an understanding of history was made up of a whole collection of disconnected smaller scale histories. Recently, however, there have been attempts to look at history on a larger scale, and indeed to trace wider reaching effects as they happen. Samuel Huntigdon’s article on “The Clash of Civilizations1 is one of these later studies, and it presents an attempt at a framework for...
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...Analytical Reviews; Part One: Marxism and Global Expansion The famous defence of communism en d The Communiss Manifesto was written by Marx and Engels in collaboration and it was first published in London in 1848. The introductory section reveals that the authors perceive communism as an emerging idea which treated is with suspicion as a “spectre”1 which is haunting Europe. The major motivation for writing the short treatise was to bring into the open the core ideas of communism and remove some of the ignorance and suspicion that surrounded them in the minds of many European citizens. It is written in a plain and clear style and is aimed at the common people, setting out...
Analytical Report
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...Analytical Report By here Contents Problem ment: 4 Requirement Analysis 7 End Product Description 15 Conclusion: 17 Abstract The paper poses an analytical report about the tentative development and deployment of an automated SMS based system which will notify students about daily classes, emergencies, timetables and many other events in the universitySEECS University lacks automated notification and students, staff and administration has to manually check about any event, class schedule etc. SNS will enable the students, staff and administration to get notifications through SMS about any event, classes, seminar without any manual entity involvement Introduction... ? SEECS Notification System (SNS) An...
Analytical response
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...analytical essay that critically examines the concepts of transnationalism and its different intervening factors. It will examine the concept of transnationalism vis-a-vis identity. It will also evaluate the concept of popular culture as a melting point... ? Critical Review of Transnationalism of Introduction Migration and the concept of transnationalism have changed the social, cultural and political characteristics of nations around the world. It has numerous facades and approaches that define the scope and effects as well as the push and pull factors of transnationalism. There are many dimensions like migration and cultural osmosis which mark the very foundation of this phenomenon. This paper is an...
Analytical Report
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...analytical report reviews the two firms in order to come up with a more informed... Apple Auditing firms: PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Vs. Deloitte & Touche Apple Inc is seeking an accounting firm that will analyze and audit all its financial statements and operations. There are many global firms that offer professional service in the market today but there are those that many accept are good in their job. There are those referred to as Best Four and they include Deloitte, PwC, EY and KPMG. Among these, the top two are Deloitte and PwC. The two firms have recorded high revenues in the past financial years and have been expanding their market as well as services in order to meet customer needs. This analy...
Analytical Report
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...Analytical Report Company Analysis of the Ford Corporation Executive Summary Henry Ford launched the Ford Motor Company in 1903, in Dearborn, Michigan, with the aim of equipping every American citizen with an automobile (Geyer, 2011). Even though Henry Ford had great skill and craftsmanship in building cars, his skill was not enough to propel him into success. The Ford Motor Corporation was established with the assistance of the then president of the German- American bank, John Gray, and a coal dealer known as Alexander Malcomson. Alexander Malcomson encouraged his own business partners to invest in Henry Ford’s recently established business which was mainly viewed with skeptcism... ? Company Analysis -...
Analytical Paper
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...Analytical Paper Media campaign to reduce road rage Importance of traffic rules The traffic rules are intended to maintain law and order on road. Besides, in a wider perspective, it helps the government to maintain law and order in the society as a whole. The traffic rules help one to be patient while driving, waiting at the traffic signals and to be safe while driving. Joel Best makes clear that: “Road rage offered an opening for promoting other safety issues; claims about improving drivers’ training” (Best, 2001, p. 114). The increase in road rage forces the authorities to promote safety measure like improving drivers’ training. Moreover, the sign boards and signals that...
Analytical essay
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...Analytical essay Introduction America went through a tough moment before it attained independence from the Europeans. The Europeans controlled most of the resources and deprived the Native Americans off most of their rights. The British were the most powerful of all the European colonies in the United State. This power made them control all other 13 colonies as well as the Caribbean Islands. Population in the country was mainly concentrated in along the Atlantic coastal areas, a factor that gave the British a better way of controlling it (Lecture notes 2). The Indians mainly lived in the west, which was vast comprising of the Appalachian and all the way to the Pacific....
Analytical Report
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...Analytic Report Letter of transmittal April 26, The Dear Here is the report you requested… I hereby present my analytical report which offers an in depth analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of in-house training and the alternative of sending delegates to outhouse training. The content presented in the report is aimed at helping the hotel to make the best decisions as the staff need training. I hope you shall find my report satisfactory. Thank for the opportunity to research and offer to answer questions. Yours sincerely, Table of Contents Analytic Report 1 Name 1 Institution 1 Course 1 Letter of transmittal 2 Executive...
Short analytical memo report
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...analytical memo report Task: A report on corporate Social Responsibility This write up is a short analytical memo report of an investigation on the possible benefits Research in Motion Company can derive from participation in corporate social responsibility activities. The report outlines the results of an investigation of ways through which Research in Motion can benefit the resident of Halifax regional Municipality. Similarly, it denotes ways by which the company can benefit from such undertakings by taking advantage of the event to promote its core business. This is achievable through enhanced brand reputation, superior command of consumer loyalty and possible incentives... analytical memo report...
International Relations: Analytical Essay
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...ANALYTICAL ESSAY Module International Relations: Analytical Essay A nation cannot be referred to as sovereignwithout stable security. The success of all the development activities that a state undertakes is determined by the security status of that state as well as that of other nations. Majority of the key world powers retain their status through maximizing on their share of the world power. According to Mearsheim, some of the notable behaviors applied include regional hegemony, accumulating maximum wealth, achieving the preeminent land power and nuclear superiority.1 Many of these nations dearly ensure the security of their territories owing to the underlying realist notion... INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS:...
Analytical Procedures Report
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...ANALYTICAL PROCEDURES: The assessment of financial information made through analyzing plausible relationships among thefinancial and non-financial information and data is called Analytical Procedures. These procedures include the comparison of the financial data of the company with financial information of prior periods, the expected results of the entity such as mentioned in forecasts, the auditor’s expectation or the financial information of other companies in the same industry in which the company operates. Moreover, the analysis of such financial information which may be expected to change over time in a predictable pattern and relationship between financial and non... ?REPORT: ANALYICAL PROCEDURES...
Analytical and synthetic cubism
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...Analytical Cubism and Synthetic Cubism. Analytical Cubism is the first development phase of Cubism and was developed between 1908 and 1912. The Analytical phase consisted of analyzing the object and then breaking it down into basic geometric forms in the canvas.1 Synthetic Cubism, the second and more decorative phase of Cubism started after the Analytical phase in 1912. This phase was less complex than its predecessor phase... Cubism was founded by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque, inspired by the artworks in African Sculpture, by painters Paul Czanne (French, 1839-1906) and Georges Seurat (French, 1859-1891), and by Fauves. Cubism was later divided into two branches, Analytica...
Analytical Formal Report
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...Analytical Report here The Pennsylvania Letter of Transmittal Your address here August 04, General Managers Chinese restaurants State College Pennsylvania Dear Managers, Enclosed is the report that you requested entitled “Problems and Solutions for the Chinese Restaurants around State College.” You will find that this report contains an introduction to the Chinese restaurant industry’s problem, some effective solutions, as well as conclusion and recommendation based on the discussion. Multiple methods of research were used to design this report. Skype interviews were conducted with the general managers of the Chinese restaurants. Students of State College were also contacted to know... Formal Analytical ...
Business Formal analytical report
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...analytical report to the operational management team who decide on whether they should implement the recommendations or not. Qualification I am the operational manager of Green Park hotel and I have worked... . E. (1987). Unemployment, job satisfaction, and employee turnover: A meta-analytic test of the Muchinsky model. Journal of Applied Psychology, 72(3), 374-381. Costello, D. (2006). Leveraging the Employee Life Cycle. CRM Magazine, 10(12), 47-48. Hackman, J. R. & Greg, R. O. (1976). Motivation through the design of work: test of a theory. Organizational Behavior and Human Performance 16 (2): 250–279. Lee, T. H., Gerhart, B., Weller, I., & Trevor, C. O. (2008)....
Analytical and synthetic cubism
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...analytical and synthetic cubism (painting)? Cubism invention via its key initiators Braque and Picasso had immense influence especially in the then existing art (Gardner & Kleiner 697). This encompassed cubism’s innovative ability to represent the world using multiplicity of images, besides the old single fixed viewpoint. The artist from then could easily and adequately represent his accumulative idea via two-dimensional perspective besides the traditional three-dimensional depiction (Gardner & Kleiner 400). This ensured effective coverage of the image’s informative aspects to the viewer by incorporating extra expansive structures; meant to add more... What limitations/advantages do you see in...
Writing an analytical paper
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...Analytical Essay al Affiliation Many workplaces today are experiencing a situation where the workforce is returning back toschool for training. This group of people, mostly constitutes of the older employees. Apparently, this return to school is to enable them to regain relevance in the workplace by acquiring the latest skills. Although this is seen as the wiser course of action to take in a bid to be retained or get promoted, many do not however see the effects this has in a more general case. The simple action of the older workforce returning to school does not only affect them, but also affects higher education institutions together with the companies they work for. This paper discusses... Essay al...
Organic and analytical chemistry
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...Analytical Chemistry Infra-red spectroscopy (IR), Mass Spectrometry (MS), and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy (NMR). are three basic methods that are commonly used for the identification of organic compounds. Each of these techniques measures specific properties of molecules that are unique to the particular compound and can be used to determine the structure of its molecules. Together, the information from MS, IR and NMR can be used to determine the chemical identity and three-dimensional structure of the molecules of an unknown compound. MS provides information about the different component pieces of a molecule according to their masses. IR provides information about... the various...
Magnesium analytical methods
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...Analytical Methods I. Introduction 1 Definition and History Magnesium is an important element in medicine, industry, consumer products and biology. It plays important role in ecological and geological systems as well. As such, understanding the analytical methods for interpreting magnesium levels is crucial to chemical analysis across a diverse range of scientific and industrial endeavors. In order to better understand magnesium and its interactions, it is important to examine fundamental of the element that have been previously pioneered. This knowledge sets the stage for application of contemporary techniques to produce new and exciting results in magnesium analysis. The element... , or...
Business - Analytical Research Paper
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...Analytical Research Paper Task Analytical Research Paper Introduction Business field has experienced many transformations in developed countries over time. One major change is the use of information technology in order to achieve better communication. Written forms of communication for example e-mails, blogs and letters play significant roles in organizations. They enable execution of business issues in a more convenient manner because tasks such as accounting and employee appraisals are effectively undertaken. This paper offers analysis and critique of the association between information science, written communication genres and business aims;...
Analytical Comparison and Contrast
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...Analytical Comparison and Contrast The process of analyzing similarities and differences between two similar items unearth some hidden or unnoticed facts on the same. Besides, the foretold process between two similar items (say two Artworks) is difficult because it is a tiresome task. Here, the artworks, ‘The Blue Boy’, an oil painting by Thomas Gainsborough, and ‘Pinkie’, a portrait by Thomas Lawrence, are made use to compare, under the subject: Two artists’ conceptions of a single theme. Thesis statement: Analysis of similarities and differences between two Artworks to attain an inference on the same by considering the artists, the viewers, and related facts in history or society... ? Essay 2:...
An English Analytical Study
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...analytical study America is whatthe Americans have constructed of. The writers, Nora Neale Hurston and Hector St. Jean Crevecoeur present the two sides of such an America. Both the writers have put forward the experience of their periods well. The essay, ‘What is an American’ is written in 1781, just after the Independence of America from the hands of the British. The essay written by Hector, a farmer, glorifies the idealism of America. Nora Neale Hurston presents the other side of America through her essay; ‘How It Feels to Be Colored Me’. The essay published in 1928, presents... ?‘How It Feels to Be Colored Me’ by Nora Neale Hurston and ‘What is an America’ by Hector St. Jean De Crevecoeur: an...
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