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Go to the Strategic Business Insights website.
Take the VALS Survey. Have the results sent to you by email. The results are sent in a Microsoft® Word document showing your primary and secondary VALS segments.
Go to the Nielsen website.
Explore the Nielsen Segmentation Methodology, the featured and other segments, and then click on Zip Code Lookup. Enter your Zip Code and the code provided and click Enter. A map showing your geographic area will pop up along with information on the distribution of people by age, race/ethnicity, marital status, and presence of children. On the left will be three options: PRIZM, P$CYCLE, and ConneXions (three segmentation techniques based on Zip Codes, Wealth, and Connectivity).
Click on PRIZM to view the list of primary segments for your geographic area. Into which of these segments would you place yourself and why?
Write a 1,400-word segmentation analysis that includes the following:
Utilize FBI Uniform Crime Report data and select one offense, such as burglary, in two metropolitan areas.
Choose metropolitan areas with different data.
Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper comparing the occurrence of the offense in the selected areas. Identify the number of occurrences reported to the police for each area, and address the following questions:
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Experiment 2: Osmosis - Direction and Concentration Gradients
Table 3: Sucrose Concentration vs. Tubing Permeability
Band Color Sucrose % Initial Volume (mL) Final Volume (mL) Net Displacement (mL)
Yellow 30 10.6 7 - 3.6
Red 15 10.3 9.8 - 0.5
Blue 3 9.8 12.6 + 2.8
Green 3 9.8 13.7 + 3.9
I hypothesize that the more concentrated sucrose solutions will cause a greater amount of osmosis.
The yellow tube is hypertonic as it has a higher level of solute than the water in the beaker. The red tube is isotonic as the level of solute would be closer to equal of the water in the beaker. The green and blue tubes would be hypotonic as the solutes would be less than the beaker.
The yellow tube gained the most because the water was drawn in to the tube. In osmosis water diffuses from a hypotonic (low solute concentrated) solution to a hypertonic (high solute concentrated) solution.
The cells would swell or shrink depending on the tonicity of the environment. In this case the yellow tube showed an increase in pressure or tonicity as it absorbed more water.
It would become more hypertonic and the pressure inside the tubing would increase because the solute in the tube is greater than the solute in the distilled water.
When the salts build up in the cells, the cells become flaccid. In order to increase the pressure in the cells, they absorb fluid (water) through osmosis which in turn increases the pressure in the cell walls. Through active transport the salts are excreted into the blood stream and carried away.
Since the water flows from a higher concentrate to a lower concentrate, then one would want a lower solution of water in the beaker. I believe a 1-2% solution would work best to show this change. This would increase the water in the tubing.
The cell wall protects the cell and it acts much like a tire, enabling the cell to become rigid (turgid) when there is pressure inside the cell. When the pressure inside plant cells drops, the cells become flaccid and the plant wilts. The pressure, called turgor pressure, is due to osmosis. As the sugar levels rise in the plants, the more water they absorb and the higher the pressure inside the cell walls.
Discussions are an integral part of online learning. Discussions are designed to help students explore topics and share ideas concerning this topic in the online class environment. Discussions are a group learning experience in which students and teachers provide added perspectives to a topic and expand on the subject in a focused manner. In the online learning environment these discussions are vital to the learning experience in same manner that class discussions and question and answer are vital to the traditional classroom.
After taking the VALs Survey I was identified as an innovator which means that I am more prone to expensive items and high end advertising (Strategic Business Insights, 2016). This category of consumer is categorized as being:
1) First, identify the independent and dependent variables in the research projects.
One easy trick to find which variable is dependent is to check which variable causes change in the other. The variable which causes the change is independent variable while the variable which is affected is the dependent variable.A. A study seeks to find out if listening to rap music causes teenagers to become more violent than their peers who do not listen to rap music.
Dependent Variable: inducing violence
Independent Variable: listening to rap music.
Public service programs are difficult to assess. There are a variety of factor that should be considered when evaluating a program. The following is a simple assessment of WIC.
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How would you determine success for a particular program and how would assess the program to determine if it successful? Rather than make up a service program, consider using any of the examples provided thus far or use your own. Provide a description of your program, how success of the program is defined, and how you would assess the program.