questions

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1.Why and how do tourists develop and/or resort to stereotypes while traveling away from their home environment? Why are stereotypes often inaccurate? Why are stereotypes helpful? Why are stereotypes dangerous? How can we modify and/or eliminate stereotypes? Your answer must be a minimum of 700 words and maximum of 1000 words.

2.If you were the President of the San Diego Tourism Authority, how would you go about evaluating satisfaction levels of tourists visiting the region? Which technique of satisfaction measurement would be the most adequate? Describe this technique? Why should international tourist complaints not always be used in assessing their vacation satisfaction? Your answer must be a minimum of 700 words and maximum of 1000 words.

​Read over this handout and complete the lab

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Read over this handout and complete the lab. You will enter in all data into this data tables document. You will then need to save and upload the data tables/pictures/questions, when finished, here. Don’t forget to insert the required images inside the document – do not upload the images here! Remember, each lab may be done with a lab partner, but your calculations and post-lab questions must be done individually!

Note: The link may not work in the handout, so follow this link (or copy and paste this into the url bar: http://astro.unl.edu/naap/motion1/animations/seasons_ecliptic.html). Also, it doesn’t like to run on anything other than Internet Explorer, so if it doesn’t work in your current browser, try IE.

TWO Discussion Question (Each one 8-10 sentences)

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Choose ONLY TWO from the topics below:Discussion Question 1: At what carrying capacity or as a result of what unforeseen biotic or abiotic catastrophe will the human population stop growing? Considering the history of humankind what some factors that have or should or will limit the population? Should we limit the size of families or number of children allowed in the U.S.A.?

Discussion Question 2: What are some of the adaptations that humans have to avoid becoming prey? Think about defenses, camouflage, senses behaviors etc. How do you stay safe in a dark parking lot? Think about the adaptations we have evolved, not the weapons we use.

Discussion Question 3: Global warming has been accepted by the vast majority of the reputable scientific community as a reality. What can you easily do as an individual to offset this problem? What role should the government play?

Discussion Question 4: Global warming (weirding) is obvious, the collected data definitely show a trend in increased temperatures and other climate changes. What can you say to someone who says global weirding is not happening but is something designed by the scientific community or government to scare people? Nonscientific misinformation about glaciers

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/nonscientific-misinformation-about-glaciers/2018/03/13/9d64b0b0-262d-11e8-a227-fd2b009466bc_story.html

Heart Failure Case study

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Answer the questions based on what you have read and the following pages and resources. Submit your answers as a Word or PDF document using the submit link on Canvas. (I have attached the docoment that contains everything!)

1.There are many factors that can contribute to left ventricle heart failure. Based on what you have read above and after reviewing Mark’s history, life style and physical examination, what risk factors do you think are contributing to Mark’s heart failure and should be addressed as treatment?

2.The echocardiogram reveals a low ejection fraction and dilated left ventricle. What do the results of this test tell you about the efficiency of the heart?

3.The x-ray shows an enlarged heart and edema around the lungs. What is the cause of the edema of the lungs and throughout the body?

4.Why would a change in MAP and blood distribution due to heart failure cause body fatigue?

5.BNP is elevated in Mark’s blood. What effect does BNP have on blood volume and pressure and how does it achieve this?

DIscussion question

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Week 4 Discussion Attachment

In your textbook, the Chapter 4 case study describes the recent reduction in population growth in Thailand. Based on the case study, complete the following:

  • Suggest two lessons from Thailand’s experience that could be put into place elsewhere to reduce population growth.
  • Determine the major links between wealth, birth rates, and shared environment within the United States and Thailand.
  • Speculate on one method that a country could employ to attain a sustainable population. Be sure to provide your rationale for selecting this method.

Support your responses with specifics and examples.