What is Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) and how should it be treated using repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS)?
Use your own words to describe Rakuten SWOT analysis (strength, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats). Please describe as much as you can. If Google been used please DO NOT make a straight copy, use your own words and list the resources. Thank you
Task Task description Length 1 Write a cover letter for a client, responding to a job advert 1 page 2 Write a bullet point report plan 1 page 3 Prepare a report explaining the cultural and communication causes of the communication breakdown at Access
|NOTE: During this lab, you will be working with a known malware sample. Do not install this malware on an active mobile device. You may need to temporarily disable your Anti-Virus tool in order to successfully complete the lab. It is recommend you complete this lab in a virtual environment. PLEASE USE CAU
Android Malicious .apk
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1.) How many directories and files do you find inside the .apk file?
2.) Do you find any foreign languages inside the class files? If so, what language? Use an online translator and provide the translated text in your answer.
3.) What types of permissions does the application have?
4.) What kind of information is the application designed to collect?
5.) What category of malware is the application?
6.) What website is associated with the application? What is the purpose of the website?
Explain the difference between a wild card and a regular expression.give me at least 2 difference between those two
Rubella (German Measles) If a pregnant woman contracts rubella during the embryonic stage, the consequence is, not infrequently, mental retardation, blindness, or eye, ear, and heart abnormalities in the baby- depending on the week the virus enters the blood stream. Luckily, women of childbearing age are now routinely immunized for this otherwise minor adult disease.
Cytomegalovirus About 25% of babies infected with this virus develop vision or hearing loss; 10% develop neurological problems.
AIDS HIV-Infected women can transmit the virus to their babies prenatally through the [placenta, during delivery (when blood is exchanged between the mother and the child), or after birth (through the breast milk). Rates of transmission are much lower if infected mothers take the anti-Aids drug AZT or if newborns are given a new drug that blocks the transmission of HIV at birth. If a mother takes these precautions, does not breast feed, and delivers her baby by C-Section, the infection rate falls to less than 1%. While mother to child transmission of HIV has declined dramatically in the developed world, it remains a devastating problem in sub-Saharan Africa and other impoverished regions of the globe (Avert, 2005).
Herpes This familiar sexually transmitted disease can cause miscarriage, growth retardation, and eye abnormalities in affected fetuses. Doctors recommend that pregnant women with active genital herpes undergo C-sections to avoid infecting their babies during delivery.
Toxoplasmosis This disease, caused by a parasite found in raw meat and cat feces, can lead to blindness, deafness, and mental retardation in infants. Pregnant women should avoid handling raw meat and cat litter.
Antibiotics Streptomycin has been linked to hearing loss; tetracycline to stained infant tooth enamel
Thalidomide This drug prescribed in the late 1950s in Europe and Americas to prevent nausea during the first trimester, prevented the baby’s arms and legs from developing if taken during the embryonic period.
Anti-seizure drugs These medications have been linked to developmental delays during infancy
Anti-psychotic drugs These drugs may slightly raise the risk of giving birth to a baby with heart problems.
Antidepressants Although typically safe, third-trimester exposure to selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and tricyclic anti-depressants has been linked to temporary jitteriness and excessive crying and to eating and sleeping difficulties in newborns. Rarely, these drugs can produce a serious syndrome involving seizures and dehydration, as well as higher rates of “miscarriage.”
Cocaine This drug is linked to miscarriage, growth retardation, and learning and behavior problems.
Methamphetamines This drug may cause miscarriage and growth retardation.
Radiation Japanese children exposed to radiation from the atomic bomb during the second trimester had extremely high rates of severe mental retardation. Miscarriages were virtually universal among pregnant women living within 5 miles of the blast. Pregnant women are also advised to avoid clinical doses of radiation such as those used in x-rays (and especially cancer treatment radiation).
Lead Babies with high levels of lead in the umbilical cord may show impairments in cognitive functioning (Bellinger and others, 1987). Maternal and paternal exposure to lead is associated with miscarriage.
Mercury and PCBs These pollutants are linked to learning and behavior problems.
Stress A vast array of studies suggest severe stress during pregnancy is linked to miscarriage, premature delivery, and learning and behavior problems- as well as possibly having long-term effects on adult health (see page 54 of text). But moderate stress during the second and third trimesters may accelerate prenatal growth and so promote better health at birth.
Vitamin Deficiencies In addition to eating a balanced diet, every women of childbearing age should take folic acid supplements. This vitamin, part of B complex, protects against the incomplete closure of the neural tube during the first month of development- an event that may produce spina bifida (paralysis in the body below the region of the spine that has not completely closed) or anencephaly (failure of the brain to develop-and certain death) if the gap occurs toward the top of the developing neural tube.
General sources: Huttenlocher, 2002, and the references in this chapter. Sources specifically correlating Stress with child problems: Bergman
and others, 2010; Bregnab and others, 2010; Buss and others, 2010; Charil, and others, 2010; Douglas, 2010; Figueiredo and others, 2010;
Rice and others, 2010; and Schetter, 2011.
You must answer the following questions using the financial statements of can access the Apple’s company financial statements in its Form 10-K for 2017.
1. Describe the g general business activities of the company. In which countries does the company operate?
2. What are the sources of revenue for the company that are reported on the Income Statement? How much revenue did the company generate in 2017?
3.What types of expenses does the company recognize as reported on the Income Statement? What is the company’s net income as a result of the expenses?
4.What type of assets does the company report on its Balance Sheet? Give examples of both current and non-current assets.
5. What type of liabilities does the company report on its Balance Sheet? Give examples of both current and non-current liabilities
6.Which inventory valuation method does the company use to value its inventory? What is the inventory ending balance as of December 31, 2017?
7.Calculate three different ratios for 2017 that we learned in class. Provide an explanation to what the ratio means
8.Describe an activity performed as part of the internal control procedures to ensure the financial statements are accurate
9. Review the notes to the financial statements. Select one note that is relevant to class and summarize.
10. Provide an interesting fact in the financial statements that relates to a topic covered in class that was not mentioned in the questions above
( you cAN USE GENERAL ANSWERS FOR CLASS PART )
SIMPLE WORDS NO PLAGIARISM
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Exam #2 Essays (Griggs): Pick one essay to complete. Worth up to 50 points. Answer in complete sentences and academic paragraphs (min. 8 sentences). Use your own words (UYOW) to complete essays in a minimum of two typed pages;10% deduction from total possible points if not in own words; 10% deduction if essay does not meet minimum length requirements; 10% deduction if no citation or reference page; 50% deduction if not based on class data.
There are four distinct periods of human prenatal development; share names of each period (2). List and describe the first three periods. Include these data points: name of period, name of gestating human during each period, how long each period lasts, and describe the developmental goals of each period (42). Define a teratogen, provide an example of a teratogen, and explain the two ways teratogens affect development (timing) (6).
Write about the process of sensation. Describe each of the three parts of sensation (15). Choose one sense (from the main five) to focus on. For this one sense, describe the receptor (use all parts), share a basic description of how it functions, and where the data goes in the brain for encoding (20). Explain the role of the nervous system in the process of sensation: list and explain the different parts of the nervous system that are involved in each of the three stages of sensation (10). What is one relationship between sensation and perception (5)?
1- write 3 pages about two last point in the attach (5 &6).
2- give real life example company for each point.
3-brief discreption for each point.
4- mention pros and cons for each point.
5- add some charts related each company and point