Eventually, after heated debate, the representatives decided on the connecticut plan, a synthesis of both the small state plan and the large state plan–and the document that we now know as the constitution.

As you’ve read, the writing of the Constitution was not a decision that the colonial leaders came to easily. Some came down on the side of the proposed New Jersey plan, or the small state plan, and others fought for the Virginia plan, which favored large states. Eventually, after heated debate, the representatives decided on the Connecticut plan, a synthesis of both the small state plan and the large state plan–and the document that we now know as the Constitution. Download and fill out the following table and record the notable differences between both plans and the Constitution. Then, answer the two questions found at the bottom of the table.

Computer Science

Compute the output of the first round of aes for the case that all input bits are zero.

4.10.In the following, we check the diffusion properties of AES after a single round. LetW= (w0,w1,w2,w3) = (0x01000000,0x00000000,0x00000000,0x00000000)be the input in 32-bit chunks to a 128-bit AES. The subkeys for the computation of the result of the first round of AES areW0,…,W7with 32 bits each are given byW0= (0x2B7E1516),W1= (0x28AED2A6),W2= (0xABF71588),W3= (0x09CF4F3C),W4= (0xA0FAFE17),W5= (0x88542CB1),W6= (0x23A33939),W7= (0x2A6C7605).Use this book to figure out how the input is processed in the first round (e.g., S-Boxes). For the solution, you might also want to write a short computer program or use an existing one. In any case, indicate all intermediate steps for the computationofShiftRows, SubBytesandMixColumns!
1. Compute the output of the first round of AES to the input W and the subkeysW0,…, W7.
2. Compute the output of the first round of AES for the case that all input bits are zero.
3. How many output bits have changed? Remark that we only consider a single round — after every further round, more output bits will be affected (avalanche effect).


(1) how do the categories alienation, condemnation, enslavement, and depravity as described in the reading, lecture, and videos have in human suffering?

Discussion Board: Relying on Strachan chaps 2, Read Keller chaps 1-4; Genesis chapter 3, please post your beliefs about human nature and sin. What do you believe about sin and human problems and suffering? (1) How do the categories Alienation, Condemnation, Enslavement, and Depravity as described in the reading, lecture, and videos have in human suffering? (2) How does your belief compare to the insights offered by Keller? (3) What role does community and relationships play in human suffering?
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Discipline: Epistemology worldview
Strachan, O. (2019). Reenchanting Humanity: A Theology of Mankind. Mentor. ISBN-13: 978-1527105027. Kindle edition available from

Keller, T. (2015). Walking with God through suffering. Penguin. ISBN-13: 978-1594634406

Biology (and other Life Sciences)

Please work correctly, last time i post my assignment here.

Please work correctly, last time I post my assignment here. they did not fulfill my requirements and I got a really bad grade. I have attached the ppt slides that you need to work on and I also attached instructions and an article. Thank you

Political Science

Please note the link to the ted talk is listed in the instructions.

Please see attached instructions and write a 1 page reflection paper. Paper must be 1 page and NOT A SUMMARIZATION of the readings. See attached examples. Please note the link to the TED talk is listed in the instructions.

Health Care

Health information management management theories and human resources functions.

Health Information Management Management Theories and Human Resources Functions. You have been chosen to be the new HIM system director and will need strong leadership and management skills to achieve the specific department goals and lead the new department. You will need a strong understanding of various human resource functions, which will be crucial for achieving the department outcomes. The merger will require the hiring and reassigning of various HIM roles, so strong interviewing and training skills will be important as well.


Formal elements will include:

Mini-Visual Analyses
These 3 brief essays (500-750) will represent 30% of your final grade. Each analysis is graded out of 10 points. An image and the image credit will be provided, as well as the elements you are expected to write about. These assignments will evaluate your visual analysis skills. There will be tailored instructions for each assignment but if you have any questions, please reach out to me via email or before/after class. You are free to use your class notes while writing your answers, but please keep in mind: you must put your submission in your own words. If you copy any sources (this includes paraphrasing) and fail to cite your source, you will be given a 0 on the assignment and reported for academic dishonesty. Any unfinished analyses will be given a 0.
These analyses do not have to be completed in one sitting–you can save your work and return to it at a later time (but before the due date). Please note that you must hit submit for your answer to be counted!
What is visual analysis?
Visual analysis is a method of understanding art that focuses on an artwork’s visual elements, such as color, line, texture, and scale. In its strictest definition, it is a description and explanation of visual structure for its own sake. Yet the purpose of visual analysis can also recognize the choices that an artist made in creating the artwork, as well as to better understand how the formal properties of an artwork communicate ideas, content, or meaning. Visual analysis is often used as a starting point for art-historical writing.
How does visual analysis work? I tend to break my analyses into two different phases so that I can get an in-depth look at the work before I try to understand any deeper meaning.
Phase One: Observation — This means closely looking at and identifying the visual attributes of an artwork, trying to describe them carefully and accurately in your own words. The observation phase should be where you look, think, and then describe the formal elements of the work. This stage can be tricky to begin, but you should simply take in the work itself. Quite simply: what does the work look like? What elements can you see? Formal elements will include:
Art Elements
Line (straight, curved, angular, flowing, horizontal, vertical, diagonal, contour, thick, thin, implied etc.)
Shape (what shapes are created and how)
Light and Value (source, flat, strong, contrasting, even, values, emphasis, shadows)
Color (primary, secondary, mixed, complimentary, warm, cool, decorative, values)
Texture (physical or implied)
Pattern (real, implied, repeating)
Space (depth, overlapping, kinds of perspective)
Time and Motion
Formal Elements
Unity and Variety
Balance (symmetry, asymmetry)
Emphasis and Subordination
Scale and Proportion (weight, how objects or figures relate to each other and the setting)
Mass/Volume (three-dimensional art)
Function/Setting (architecture)
Interior/Exterior Relationship (architecture)
Phase Two: Analysis — Analysis requires you to think about your observations and try to make statements about the work based on the evidence of your observations—akin to using close reading to formulate an argument about a text. This phase encourages you to think about how the specific visual elements they’ve identified combine together to create a whole, and what effect that whole has on the viewer. You might consider how a viewer’s eye is led through the work and why, and/or address the artist’s choices and what effect they have. You might be hesitant to draw any conclusions based on your observations, but a visual analysis is primarily about understanding the visual logic of an artwork in and of itself. To this end, there may be multiple different interpretations for any single work of art. I simply ask that for whatever conclusions you’re drawing about the work, you point to specific visual details or elements to make your case.
For these mini analyses, you should not be reading any outside research on these works or objects. These are exercises are designed to get you looking and processing! I’ll be looking for your ability to make conclusions about the work of art and using specific visual evidence to make your case. These skills are essential to the Museum Paper so I urge you to take your time with these.
These guides can be very useful when writing your visual analyses:
Duke University Writing Studio: Guide to Visual AnalysisLinks to an external site.
Skidmore College Visual Analysis GuidelinesLinks to an external site.
There’s also a book which you might find really helpful–I’ve uploaded a copy. Henry Sayre’s Writing About Art. Actions This text is a great primer on how to write about art and will walk you through how we look at works of art and the types of questions we ask ourselves. If you need help with the formal elements of art, or are struggling to ID something, check out the Deborah Gustlin text Actions as well.

Classic English Literature

Instruction manual

The Scenario
You are an analyst in the IT department at a large telecommunications company called FutureCom, which is based in Sharjah. Recently, your company was subject to a ransomware attack. Fortunately, you immediately called in an Incident Response Team, and they were able to quickly decrypt the ransomware and regain control over your data. However, this incident was a major breach to your cybersecurity, and it has obviously traumatized many staff at your company. The CEO of FutureCom, Alia Alattar, is extremely concerned about the lack of cyber security at FutureCom.
Instruction Manual
You work as an analyst at FutureCom, a company that has recently experienced a ransomware attack. Although the attack was unsuccessful, it has revealed vulnerabilities that your company is now analyzing. One vulnerability is the use of weak or insecure passwords.
The IT Manager has asked you to choose a password manager app that can be securely used by all employees to ensure that all company passwords conform to strong passwords. In order to ensure that all employees use it correctly, you must create an instruction manual that introduces the password manager app, gives detailed instructions for how to install it and how to use it.
Your instruction manual should:
Choose a password manager app.
Write a brief introduction to the app – this should be written in your own words and should be appropriate for the intended audience.
Create step-by-step instructions for installing the app on a laptop or personal mobile device.
Create step-by-step instructions on how to use the app.
Provide contact details and where to find further help.
Graphics and design are also key features of this document, so be sure to include effective graphics that follow the design principles.
Further details can be added and invented as necessary, provided they fit within the given scenario. The manual should demonstrate awareness of purpose, audience, structure, and use.


Make sure you answer all questions please

You can find all what you need for the report in the materials.
And use the expectations .. you can find it in th materials.
Make sure you answer all questions please


Hello this is me again because of trouble instruction that is given before anyway , can you please take a strong research about organ transplantation nursing ( systematic review ) and then make a summary from the research that you have chosen .

Hello this is me again because of trouble instruction that is given before anyway , Can you please take a strong research about organ transplantation nursing ( systematic review ) and then make a summary from the research that you have chosen . Note : if you finish from the summary and I want your to provide me with the article or the research that you summarized , can you do it as soon as possible
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