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 provide a real-world example of an experiment and design for the two-way factorial ANOVA.

Below are general types of ANOVA designs we will be reading about in this module. The differences in methodology are based on experimental design:

One-Way Between-Subjects or Within-Subjects Design Two-Way Between-Subjects Factorial Design

We discussed the pros and cons of one-way between-subjects ANOVA and one-way within-subjects ANOVA in Module 6. Use some of those facts discussed in that last discussion and debate the advantages and disadvantages of one-way ANOVA designs vs two-way factorial ANOVA designs with your classmates. Summarize the advantages and disadvantages of each from a statistical and practical perspective, and provide a real-world example of an experiment and design for the two-way factorial ANOVA.

Use your real-world example to explain in detail, how the example you provided fits the design selected for that example (two-way between-subjects factorial design). Make sure….

 Explain what physical exams and diagnostic tests would be appropriate and how the results would be used to make a diagnosis.

Make a SOAP Note: Assessing Ear, Nose, and Throat

Most ear, nose, and throat conditions that arise in non-critical care settings are minor in nature. However, subtle symptoms can sometimes escalate into life-threatening conditions that require prompt assessment and treatment. Nurses conducting assessments of the ears, nose, and throat must be able to identify the small differences between life-threatening conditions and benign ones. For instance, if a patient with a sore throat and a runny nose also has inflamed lymph nodes, the inflammation is probably due to the pathogen causing the sore throat rather than a case of throat cancer. With this knowledge and a sufficient patient health history, a nurse would not need to escalate the assessment to a biopsy or an MRI of the lymph nodes,….

calculate the prevalence for lung cancer during this 10 year time period. Be sure to show your calculations.

IHP 330 Module Two Worksheet Measuring Disease


A causal relationship between cigarette smoking and lung cancer was first suspected in the 1920s on the basis of clinical observations. To test this apparent association, numerous epidemiologic studies were undertaken between 1930 and 1960. Two studies were conducted by Richard Doll and Austin Bradford Hill in Great Britain. The first was a case-control study begun in 1947 comparing the smoking habits of lung cancer patients with the smoking habits of other patients. The second was a cohort study begun in 1951 recording causes of death among British physicians in relation to smoking habits. This case study deals first with the case-control study, then with the cohort study.

Data for the case-control study were obtained from hospitalized patients in….

How would you account for the empty backhaul costs associated with this move?

Case 4.2 -Hardee Transportation Worksheet/Answer Sheet-LOG-125



Student Name: Click or tap here to enter text. Date: Click or tap to enter a date.

The analysis for this case can be structured in the same manner as the truckload costing example given in the Appendix to this chapter. The analysis is as follows.

1. Pickup: 40 miles and 4 hours

2. Sorting: 8 hours (using 2 dock workers)

3. Linehaul: 1249 miles and 43 hours, 48 minutes

4. Delivery: 15 miles and 2 hours, 30 minutes


1. What are the pickup, sort, line-haul, and delivery costs to Hardee for this move?

I. Pickup

1. Depreciation: Tractor Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text. Trailer Click or tap here to enter text. Click….

Describe the content of the selected report and offer your own perspective.

The goal of this discussion forum is to offer you an introduction to the field of cognitive psychology. Cognitive psychology is a discipline within psychology that is concerned with the scientific study of the human mind. The mind is responsible for a variety of functions and abilities, including perception, attention, consciousness, memory, reasoning, and decision-making. Most of our mental life is unconscious. If the objects of our attention are equated to the objects of our consciousness, it is reasonable to assume that we are aware of only a limited number of events in our daily lives.

For your initial post, complete the following steps:

Watch the video entitled, The Magic of the Unconscious: Automatic Brain (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. Select a “hot topic” of cognitive….

Express this main idea as a complete thought in a single declarative thesis statement sentence.

Topic Selection

This assignment requires you to research a job field that you already work in or that you may wish to enter someday to show how someone can use it as a platform for promoting something God values in the world. See the Alban text pp. 405–480 for descriptions of several job fields you may wish to consider for the purpose of this project.  list of things God values in the world.

Speech Goals: Because this is an informative speech—a speech in which you merely report information from credible sources without expressing your personal opinion—your goal in this presentation is simply to use information from appropriately credited expert sources in 2 ways:

(1)  To describe this occupation to your audience; and,

(2)  To show through documented examples or expert….

Answer the following questions after reviewing the “Kepler’s Laws and Planetary Motion” and “Newton and Planetary Motion” background pages.

Background Material

Answer the following questions after reviewing the “Kepler’s Laws and Planetary Motion” and “Newton and Planetary Motion” background pages.

Question 1: Draw a line connecting each law on the left with a description of it on the right.


planets move faster when close to the sun


planets orbit the sun in elliptical paths


planets with large orbits take a long time to complete an orbit

Question 2: When written as P2 = a3 Kepler’s 3rd Law (with P in years and a in AU) is applicable to …

a) any object orbiting our sun.

b) any object orbiting any star.

c) any object orbiting any other object.

Question 3: The ellipse to the right has an eccentricity of about … a) 0.25


identify the following items

Discussion Board #1: Original Thread

Squares, Triangles, Circles, and Hearts:

After reading the assigned chapters in Everyday Bible Study (Chapters 1-5), identify the following items:

Squares: 4 ideas that, in general, square (fit) with your thinking.

Triangles: 3 angles you have never considered before.

Circles: 2 questions that are circling in your mind.

Hearts: 1 idea that you loved.

Once you have identified these 10 items, list and explain them in a thread. Your full thread should contain at least one quote from Everyday Bible Study to support the thoughts and ideas you are presenting. Your thread should be at least 400 words in length

Explain intersectionality


In a 2–3-page paper, address the following:

Explain intersectionality Explain at least one social philosophy from the textbook. For instance, you might discuss utilitarianism, Rawls, Marx, Nozick, Du Bois, King, or Beauvoir. If the theory has a clear correlate, please discuss it as well. Illustrate your understanding of both the intersectional and traditional social justice approaches with examples. Support your account of the theories with citations to the textbook and online lectures in correct APA format. Use this APA Citation Helper as a convenient reference for properly citing resources.

illustrate that the book is her own making and that it is flawed (Bradstreet 1).

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Metaphor in The Author to Her Book

The Author to Her Book by Anne Bradstreet is a perfect representation of the author’s feelings towards her book following its publication and criticism for being an unfinished piece. Bradstreet uses the controlling metaphor in the poem to illustrate an author’s dissatisfaction with her book. In essence, she uses the leading metaphor entailing Bradstreet and her book to the association of a caring mother and her kid so as to demonstrate the complicated attitude of the author, which changes in the entire process of the work. The controlling metaphor represents the poem’s part that expresses the faults characterizing her book, which shows the author’s conflicting tone. Thus, Bradstreet uses metaphor in the poem to….