1)  Read the following scenario.

You are interested in looking at sexual harassment on campus at CCP.  You use simple random sampling to select 3000 of the 30,000 students who are currently attending CCP and send them a survey about sexual harassment at CCP via snail mail.  Of the 3000 students, you send the survey to, 300 students fill the survey out and return it.  Of those 300 responses, 30 students reported being sexually harassed on a CCP campus.  In other words, 10% of the students who responded to the survey reported being sexually harassed on campus.  

2) Write a 1-2 paragraph response that addresses the following question

If 10% of the respondents reported that they had been sexually harassed on campus, does it follow that 10% of ALL CCP students have been sexually harassed on campus?  In other words, do the results from the sample generalize to the population?  Why or why not?  


    History 102

    Thomas Nast created these cartoons for Harper’s Weekly. Write 250-word expository essay explaining how the three political cartoons combine to describe why the Compromise of 1877 happened and the tragedy of the compromise.


      midterm Ree

       (FYI its not a writing paper. answer the questions , under each question provide an answer from the paper attached  )  its should be in bulleting points , NO APA 


      WK 1, HCS 457: DR 1

      Substantive response.

      APA format

      175-265 words

      Cite 2 references

      Respond to the following:

      Stephen Notaro

      10:44 AM

      As I was reading our chapters this morning, I noticed right away the authors speak of the importance of hand washing and other basic public health preventive measures. Every day I notice how many people are not wearing face masks despite, as some of you detailed in very interesting posts the impact of the virus. Earlier I was reading that hospitals in Florida, Texas, and Arizona were almost at capacity because of the number of cases surging (Gomez-Licon, 2020). Some areas of Florida and in Houston, Texas hit capacity and have no available ICU beds. Arizona hospitals were at 89 percent capacity while Gomez-Licon reports that half of the new cases in Arizona were in people under 44 years of age. The “hot spots” for COVID change but the numbers are trending up in most countries. It certainly makes us see the importance of public and community health in such important decisions. Many universities and school systems brought students back this fall. Some did not.

      Do you think universities and schools should have students in the classroom this fall? Why or Why not?


      Gomez-Licon, A. (2020).  Hospitals in florida, texas and arizona are almost at capacity as coronavirus cases surge. 


        Wk 1, HCS 457: DR 2

        Substansive reponse. Please further discussion. End response with question.

        175-265 words

        Cite 2 references

        APA format

        Respond to the following:


        Sam Quichocho

        10:24 PM

        I believe the current event with the greatest impact on the U.S. Healthcare system is insurance. Or lack thereof. Many Americans do not have insurance coverage, and if they do, it can be costly. With most insurances there are deductibles, copays and fees for prescriptions. So even if someone pays for insurance, there can be extra costs involved in seeking healthcare. Obama made efforts while in office to fix this issue. By offering “lower cost” healthcare coverage to middle and lower class citizens. What he also did was allow Americans to be fined yearly if they chose not to purchase health coverage. So truly, did it help? I think not. Thousands-if not millions- of people will not participate in preventative care due to the cost. This clearly can cause further issues with their health, possibly resulting in a consistent declining health status. Which will then end up to cost more and take much more effort than it would have if Americans had more options for health insurance. Or were given living wages by their employees, assisting them with the ability to afford it. It seems as though the middle and lower class are stuck between a rock and a hard place. Live a poor, pitiful life just to put money into their health. Or stay unhealthy and refuse medical care so that they might have a roof over their head.


          Lesson plan 2020

          1. Lesson Plan: Use standards from Texas (TEKS) 

          2. Use 3rd grade as the grade level

          3. Use COE lesson plan template

          4. Use Class Profile

          5. PLEASE look at Rubric before and after assignment is done, before uploading the answer

          Due ASAP…Thanks in advance



          At the end of the Gulf War, the U.N. Security Council created the United Nations Special Commission (UNSCOM). UNSCOM’s mission was to uncover and destroy Iraq’s clandestine biological/chemical ballistic-missile programs.  To fully understand the mission of UNSCOM and its findings, please read: Phythian, M.  (2000). UNSCOM in the time of cholera.  World Affairs, 163(2), 51-63 & Black, S.  (1999).  UNSCOM and the Iraqi biological weapons program:  Implications for arms control.  Politics and the Life Sciences, 18(1), 62-69 both found in Reserved Readings.  You might also find interesting: Iraq – Timeline of UNSCOM Related Events.

          Now then, let’s discuss UNSCOM’s mission from inception to its collapse in 1998 by answering a central thesis question for this conference:  How did the U.S. get so much wrong about Iraq’s biological weapons program, or did it?  In doing so, include several (it would be nice to have all) of the following identifiers in your thoughtful, well-written response that evolves with in-depth discussions during this week:

          • UN Security Council Resolution 687
          • Dr. David Kelly (remember him?)
          • Richard Spertzel
          • “Material balance” technique
          • Salman Pak
          • Al Hakam
          • Al Kindi veterinary vaccine plant
          • Infant formula plant at Abu Ghraib
          • General Hussein Kamal
          • Scott Ritter
          • Dr. Germ
          • Karl Kolb inhalation chamber
          • TSMID
          • UNSCOM successes & failures
          • OMV
          • The children and economic sanctions
          • US interests vs. UN interests
          • Political unity/cohesion in the UN Security Council
          • Lessons learned & implications for future arms control

          APA format, in-text citation, references include, 1 1/2 pages



             UNSCOM withdrew its inspectors in December1998 and on that same day following the report of UNSCOMS’s Chairman, Richard Butler, to the Security Council, the U.S. and the UK began a three-day aerial assault on Iraqi leadership, military and WMD-related sites in Operation Desert Fox. A year later the UN Security Council disbanded UNSCOM and on December 17, 1999 adopted resolution 1284 and created the United Nations Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission (UNMOVIC) to replace it.

            Part A

            1. What is the mission of UNMOVIC and how does it differ from UNSCOM?
            2. Dr. Hans Bix was appointed the Executive Chairman for UNMOVIC.  After he established its infrastructure in 2000, he reported to the Security Council that UNMOVIC was “ready to go.”  Was Iraq ready to go?  What happened next?  Explain.
            3. If Dr. Bix learned that another country was producing WMDs or components thereof or missiles for Iraq, can resolution 1284 be applied to other Member States and provide the legal basis for an inspection by UNMOVIC on another state’s territory?  Explain.
            4. What happened to UNMOVIC and do you think it was a good thing or a bad thing?  What do you have to say about its track record? Should the world have a permanent UNMOVIC as a standby mechanism for future Iraq-type cases?  If so, could this be a mechanism to give the BWC teeth?  What say you?

            Part B 

            Among other things, UNMOVIC figured out “Curveball” and his motives.  Let’s take a closer look at “Curveball,” shall we?

            Interesting, don’t you think?  Now then:

            Discuss the videos and Curveball’s claims, the “intelligence” he proffered and what he said he was involved in while in Iraq.  In doing so, please consider the following:

            1. Who is Curveball and how did that name originate? 
            2. There are different viewpoints as to what Curveball’s motives truly were.  Was he simply an Iraqi hero that truly wanted to overthrow Saddam Hussein, or a true terminator?  Perhaps he was just a downtrodden guy trying to get his green card by playing the system?  What say you?
            3. Human sources of intelligence (HUMINT) were used by Secretary Colin Powell to make his case at the U.N in February 2003. Do you believe that the Iraq war (Operation Iraqi Freedom) would have happened regardless of what Curveball said or didn’t say?  Explain.
            4. Why did the German Federal Intelligence Service (Bundesnachrichtendienst, or BND) refuse the CIA the opportunity to interview Curveball?  What were the consequences of this repudiate
            5. When did the US finally learn the truth?
            6. Finally, what impact do you think Curveball had on Secretary Colin Powell and the U.S.?  How about the world stage? 

            APA format, 2 pages, in-text citation, references include.


            reading and notetaking

            hello there

            this a chapter in a book and lising book, i want you to read and listen, then i want to fill the Reading Notes Template 



            The Center for Biosecurity of UPMC recently hosted a conference entitled:  Charting the Future of Biosecurity: Ten Years after the Anthrax Attacks.  Let’s go to the conference, shall we: Go to Conference

            Panel 1:  Watch the conference video Present and Future Biothreats moderated by Col. Randy Larsen with panelists D. A. Henderson and Richard J. Danzig.

            Panel 2:  Watch the conference video Looking Ahead in U.S Health Security moderated by Richard Besser with panelists Thomas Frieden, Andrew Weber, and Nicole Lurie.

             Do you recognize these guys?  Just curious…  Now then:  listen carefully to the questions asked by the moderator and from the floor, critique each conference with careful writing and critical thinking. What did you find intriguing and what answers did you find interesting and learn from?  What surprised you?  What disappointed you?  Do you agree with the panelists, their present appraisals on biosecurity, and the problems  we face in the future?  Which conference did you enjoy the most?  Explain and interact with your colleagues with increased depth of discussion. God forbid we have an old-fashioned argument…

            APA format, 1 1/2 page, in-text citation, references include, answer both panel.