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Research an index fund and compare the costs (management fees, loads, etc) to the costs of an actively managed fund in the same space.

Research an index fund and compare the costs (management fees, loads, etc) to the costs of an actively managed fund in the same space.

The successful submission will state the differences in active and passively managed funds from a cost standpoint and make an informed assessment of the degree to which the additional costs are or are not justified.

The requirements below must be met for your paper to be accepted and graded:

Write between 750 – 1,250 words      (approximately 3 – 5 pages) using Microsoft Word in APA style, see example      below. Use font size 12 and 1” margins. Include cover page and      reference page. At least 80% of your paper must      be original content/writing. No more than 20% of your      content/information may come from references. Use….

submit a Word document that discusses the topic you have chosen, why it interests you, and how the concepts will help you as a healthcare leader.

We are required to complete a research paper for this course, which is due in a few weeks.

The final research paper must be a minimum of six to eight pages in length, including at least the following sections (you may want to include others if you deem them appropriate):

1. Introduction

2. Challenges and Problems (associated with your topic)

3. Review of the Literature

4. Critical Analysis of Challenges/Problems

5. Recommended Solutions

6. Implementation of Solutions

7. Conclusion

8. References

The topic for the research paper is

· Approaches for Quality Improvement in Health Care

You are encouraged to use personal examples and focus your paper on a topic that will help you at work….

Create a research question for a study that will help fill a gap and provide benefits in a field.

Competency

Create a research question for a study that will help fill a gap and provide benefits in a field.

Scenario

You are a first-year graduate student. You are taking a graduate course on research and writing. In this assignment, your professor has asked that you create a research question for a topic you are interested in and that you also perform an initial literature review.

Instructions

In a paper, do the following:

Explain the research question you would like to pursue and why you chose it. It should be researchable, feasible to pursue in the time span of a school term, and of interest to you. Explain what type of research will be most appropriate to answer your research question. Perform a literature review to help identify….

Explain the research question you would like to pursue and why you chose it.

Competency

Create a research question for a study that will help fill a gap and provide benefits in a field.

Scenario

You are a first-year graduate student. You are taking a graduate course on research and writing. In this assignment, your professor has asked that you create a research question for a topic you are interested in and that you also perform an initial literature review.

Instructions

In a paper, do the following:

Explain the research question you would like to pursue and why you chose it. It should be researchable, feasible to pursue in the time span of a school term, and of interest to you. Explain what type of research will be most appropriate to answer your research question. Perform a literature review to help identify….

Write down the tasks performed under mise en place in the workplace.

Q1: What is mise en place? Write down the tasks performed under mise en place in the workplace. Write your answer in 100-150 words. Satisfactory response Yes ? No ? Q2: Give any four (4) examples of different types of food preparation equipment. Give any five (5) examples for each type of equipment. Satisfactory response Yes ? No ?

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The Contract Clause and the Evolution of American Federalism, 1789-1815

The Contract Clause and the Evolution of American Federalism, 1789-1815

Author(s): Steven R. Boyd

Source: The William and Mary Quarterly , Jul., 1987, Vol. 44, No. 3, The Constitution of the United States (Jul., 1987), pp. 529-548

Published by: Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture

Stable URL: http://www.jstor.com/stable/1939769

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Describe some iconology that he refers to in order to support his thesis. 

This week, let’s tackle and deconstruct an Art Historical essay, in preparation for your own individual research project.  A good Art Historical essay makes a specific claim about a work or works of art, which it then supports with formal analysis of the works in question, iconographical explanations, and iconological context.

Please read this article (Links to an external site.) on the portrait of Madeleine, which is a more in-depth take on the painting featured in our weekly reading on the same artwork.

Then, answer the following questions. 

1. What is James Smalls’ thesis in his article? (In order to answer this question, you must physically locate the sentence or sentences that you believe most succinctly contain his thesis.  Then, please paraphrase his argument in your own words.)

2. Describe a….

What outside context does he include in the article and why?

This week, let’s tackle and deconstruct an Art Historical essay, in preparation for your own individual research project.  A good Art Historical essay makes a specific claim about a work or works of art, which it then supports with formal analysis of the works in question, iconographical explanations, and iconological context.

Please read this article (Links to an external site.) on the portrait of Madeleine, which is a more in-depth take on the painting featured in our weekly reading on the same artwork.

Then, answer the following questions. 

1. What is James Smalls’ thesis in his article? (In order to answer this question, you must physically locate the sentence or sentences that you believe most succinctly contain his thesis.  Then, please paraphrase his argument in your own words.)

2. Describe a….

Describe a few iconographic details he uses to support his thesis. 

This week, let’s tackle and deconstruct an Art Historical essay, in preparation for your own individual research project.  A good Art Historical essay makes a specific claim about a work or works of art, which it then supports with formal analysis of the works in question, iconographical explanations, and iconological context.

Please read this article (Links to an external site.) on the portrait of Madeleine, which is a more in-depth take on the painting featured in our weekly reading on the same artwork.

Then, answer the following questions. 

1. What is James Smalls’ thesis in his article? (In order to answer this question, you must physically locate the sentence or sentences that you believe most succinctly contain his thesis.  Then, please paraphrase his argument in your own words.)

2. Describe a….

Write between 750 – 1,250 words (approximately 3 – 5 pages) using Microsoft Word in APA style, see example below.

Clients face risk of some kind with any investment. Give an example of a particular risk as well as any options that may exist to decrease or eliminate it, if any.

The successful submission will clearly and concisely explain the risks associated with a specific scenario in language appropriate for a retail client.

The requirements below must be met for your paper to be accepted and graded:

Write between 750 – 1,250 words (approximately 3 – 5 pages) using Microsoft Word in APA style, see example below. Use font size 12 and 1” margins. Include cover page and reference page. At least 80% of your paper must be original content/writing. No more than 20% of your content/information may come from references. Use at least three references from outside the course….