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    But in Norton’s Theorem the equivalent circuit has a current source and a resistance in parallel with the load resistance (R_X). Continued on next page: HOW IS IT USED When using Norton’s Theorem the load resistance is removed and replaced with a short (wire) and points labeled A and B. The reason to label the points A and B is to show where the meter would measure the unknown voltage and current associated with the load resistance. Next the load resistor is placed into the Norton’s equivalent circuit. In addition to that, the equivalent circuit is where to solve for the Norton resistance (R_N) and the Norton current (I_N). Continued on next page: HOW TO DO KIRCHHOFF’S LAWS Kirchhoff’s Laws are a great habit continue to have and use. These laws will help to see if the computations that were done within a circuit and the polarities are correct. Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law (KVL): Kirchhoff Voltage Law (KVL) states that the sum of the rises and falls around a complete path throughout the circuit that equals zero. The formula used is: 0 =V_1+ V_2+V_3 Kirchhoff’s Current Law (KCL) (continued on next…

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    The key aspects discussed in this reflective essay are my personal experiences as a consumer, producer and sharer of information in a 21st-century environment, developing the skill to determine credible sources, the advantages and limitations of working collaboratively online and how to exploit advantages and overcome limitations. Therefore, a proper exploration into each of these aspects can allow an insight into one’s experiences in this unit. An essential point to explore is how this unit…

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    News Bias

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    adults do first thing in the morning. Many people agree that the news is not always the most cheerful form of television, but it is important to be informed about current events. The habit of watching the news is one that many adults keep in their daily routine, but college students seem to ignore this important practice. On many college campuses today, college students are out of touch with national headlines, but this issue can be solved by avoiding using single news sources and finding…

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    utilized part-time and it can be borrowed from another organization such as the consultants from third party vendors. Thus, the authors reminds us that strategic sourcing entails an examination of all the possible options for accessing talent, and finding the best method, or the best mix of methods, for acquiring the specific talent and competencies needed to meet the demands defined through the human capital strategy of your organization. Moreover, they advised to use “rightsourcing” which…

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    Merits Of Wikipedia

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    In “Wikipedia is an Important Source of Information,” the author Craig Belanger contends that Wikipedia is an innovative and appropriate way to access information. By stating the exact number of the whole content of Wikipedia, Belanger emphasizes the continuing growth of Wikipedia and importance of the new way of thinking the site has provided. The author praises the exclusive driving force of Wikipedia, the Web 2.0 service, which allows all users to create and share their information. The…

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    It occurs when the media pushes certain viewpoints, rather than actually reporting the news. The reporters ignore an important aspect of the story, and viewers are misled and further confused on global and local information. News stations and networks mislead the public by portraying countries and people in a light of negativity, putting stereotypes on them. Ways to stop the media bias of today’s new is to gather all information. News should be well put together and state facts about set topic.…

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    Vladimir Vanyushyn. "Promotion and Shoppers ' Impulse Purchases: The Example of Clothes." The Journal of Consumer Marketing 31.2 (2014): 94-102. ProQuest. Web. 18 Mar. 2015. The author of this source is Peter Hultén and Vladimir Vanyushyn. Peter Hultén is a Senior Lecturer at USBE, Umeå School of Business and Economics. Vladimir Vanyushyn is a Lecturer in Marketing at USBE, Umeå School of Business and Economics. Peter has published papers on shoppers ' impulse purchase behavior, decision-making…

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    Exploratory Studies

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    The present study The present exploratory study was conducted to explore the following questions and predictions: 1. What sources of information do Australians use to obtain health information? Given that the public rely on the mass media for health information (Pennay, 2007), and the increasing trend towards using online sources (Cline & Haynes, 2001) it is predicted that health information source selection will be dominated by online sources. Similarly, the literature also noted that…

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    Albuquerque 's article uses over thirty pictures throughout its text. The majority of them portray the physical landscape of the city in a positive style. Pictures of buildings towering in front of a clear sky make the city look attractive to visit. The pictures relate to and provide a better understanding of the text. A total of twelve pictures are present in Homyel’s article, most of which are not even from this century. These pictures are neutral, showing city maps and historical figures.…

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    use quotation marks when using another’s words and give credit to that source. use his/her own words as much as possible when writing. The easiest way to not be tempted to plagiarize words is to take notes in phrases—no matter how eloquent the writer is. This policy is designed to enhance and enrich the academic and ethical education of students at Indiana Online Academy. The information outlined in the following policy is intended to provide students with guidelines to enable academic…

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