Wednesday, March 11, 2020
How to help people essays Every person has a tremendous number of skills or abilities. Some of them are obtained by experience, others appear in an early childhood. One of my skills is my knowledge of how to give medical treatment during illness. I gained this skill after my graduation from pharmacy school, where I invented a new world of medicine. In my essay, I will give several recommendations for rational behavior during sicknesses as a common cold, stress and headache. First, a cold is an inflammatory condition of upper respiratory tract due to viral, allergic or mixed infection. There are many available treatments for the common cold. In my eyes, herbal remedies are the most appropriate medicaments for reducing the cold. In this infection, I usually advise people to use ginger and lemon. Ginger is an excellent remedy for cold. About 10 gm of ginger must be cut into small pieces, boiled in a cup of water, strained, and then added an additional half-teaspoon of sugar to it. This decoction should be drunk when it is hot. Adding few pieces of ginger into boiled water, then adding the tealeaves is the formula for ginger tea. It should be taken twice daily. Lemon is beneficial in all types of cold with fever. Vitamin C- rich lemon juice increases body resistance, decreases toxicity, and reduces the duration of the illness. Lemon should be diluted in a glass of warm water, and a teaspoon of honey should be added to it. So, if you start to use these remedies, you may forget about chemical pills that change your metabolism in an unfavorable way. My friends always ask me how to deal with stress. My answer is taking frequent effective exercise, which is probably one of the best physical stress reduction techniques available. Exercise improves your unfit condition, relaxes muscles and helps you to sleep. An important thing to remember is that exercise should be fun. If you do not enjoy it, then you will probably not keep doing it. The p...
Monday, February 24, 2020
Water Cycle - Assignment Example The water then return to the ground inform of liquid (rain) or solid (snow, sleet) precipitation. The water that results from the rain flows back into rivers as surface runoff and groundwater. The stages involved in the water cycle include evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and runoff and groundwater flow. Evaporation occurs when the sun radiant energy heats up the water from the surface changing it into vapor. The vapor enters the atmosphere in a gaseous form. Transpiration is also part of the process whereby plants releases water through the leaves after intake in the roots. When both evaporation and transpiration occur, evapotranspiration emerges (Gardner, 2011). Evaporation acts as a purification process. The salty water from the sea or ocean evaporates into steam that is pure water. After the clouds form, the water drops from the atmosphere in form of rain, snow, hail or sleet in a process called precipitation. Clouds are an important part of the precipitation process because raindrops are the drops of the cloud that had condensed from vapor. As condensation adds more water to the cloud particles, gravity pulls them down which results into precipitation. When the rain hits the ground, much of the water infiltrates into the ground becoming groundwater. This will depend on the terrain where the rain drops. If the surface has more openings (cracks, joints), then more infiltration will occur. However, if the water does not infiltrate the soil, then it flows on the surface as runoff. The water flows into rivers that later empties back into the ocean and the whole water cycle begins again. UAE is a country with hyper-arid climate that is associated with high temperatures and infrequent irregular low rainfall. This means that it experiences high evaporation that lead to less rainfall and therefore low groundwater. The water cycle therefore does not favor much the country that meant that they had to
Saturday, February 8, 2020
Gharar in Islamic Law - Assignment Example Finally, even if the relevant agreements amounted to agreements to pay Riba, the principal sums advanced could validly be claimed (Usmani, 2001). Hence, Murabaha Agreements should be in accordance with Islamic law, all that is required is certification by Islamic BankÃ¢â¬â¢s Religious Supervisory Board and the principal amounts are dispensed in accordance with the terms of Murabaha Agreements (Usmani, 2001). The Gharar contains uncertainty in a contract or sale where the goods may or may not be available (the bird in the air or the fish in the water). It shows ambiguity in the consideration or terms of a contract. As such the contract would not be void. An example tainted with Gharar is an agreement to sell goods which have already been sold (Vogel and Samuel, 1998). This paper finds Gharar in depth in three contracts. The three contracts that I have analyzed in this paper are about car, property and stocks. The Bank has followed the methods of Islamic banking while still Gharar ca n be found in them. Elements of Riba and Gharar are present in the contractual documents. The transactions if carried out under the mentioned products (cars, stocks and property) require Murabaha Financing. The important ingredients of the Murabaha Financing Agreement are The Preamble: it is an integral part of the agreement; Definitions: incorporation of the terms: a) Account b) Agency Agreement c) Agreement d) Client Financials e) Declaration f) Due dates g) Goods h) Murabaha Account i) Purchase Price j) Security k) Security Deposits; Purchase and Sale Agreement; Mode of Payment; Representation of the Client; Representation of the Institution; General Covenants of the Client; General Covenants of the Institution; Warranties of the Institution; Security; Risk of Loss; Takafol; Damages; Governing Law and Jurisdiction; Set off; Acceleration; General; Execution of document by the Counterparts ( The Institution and The Client); Dated; Witnesses; Schedule of Documents: a) Agency Agreeme nt b) Declaration c) Promissory Note d) Description of Security (Ghafoor, 1995). Murabaha Finance Agreement for Car The first contract is about Murabaha Finance Agreement for car. The contract is about a client bank agreement on buying a car in instalments but there are several conditions for the client, which he has to adhere in order to get the car. A down payment is given after which, monthly instalments are fixed for the customer. As this is a Murabaha contract, therefore it is essential to know about Murabaha. Murabaha is a term in Islamic Fiqh and it refers to a particular kind of sale having nothing to do with financing in its original sense. If a seller agrees with his purchaser to provide him specific commodity on a certain profit added to his cost it is considered Murabaha transaction. The basic ingredient of Murabaha is that the seller discloses the actual cost he or she has incurred in acquiring the commodity and then adds some profit thereon. This profit may be lump sum or may be in fraction (Al-Qardawi, 2001). In conventional financing, the financier lends money to the client on interest. After giving the interest bearing loan, the financier has nothing to do with its usage. In the case of Murabahah no money is advanced by the financier. Instead the
Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Headphones vs Speakers Essay A man was shot and killed for having his music too loud. This would not have been a problem had the teenager been listening to his audio with headphones rather than some ill-fated speakers. Speakers and headphonesÃ¢â¬â¢ main use is to transmit sound produced by a certain source. They both have the same fundamental purpose but manÃ¢â¬â¢s erroneous actions lead us to believe one is better, or often more preferred, than the other. Headphones are better than speakers because they are cheaper, portable, undisruptive, and personal. For the same overall performance, headphones are much cheaper than speakers. One thing you can rarely battle against is a good product at a low price. When thinking in economic terms of the price-performance ratio (the performance value is divided by the price value), headphones come out with a higher ratio. A good surround sound system will disperse the sound through a room to try and deliver it to the listenerÃ¢â¬â¢s ears. The listener will be receiving the sound from multiple angles producing an effect that makes up for a good experience. Take for example; watching a war movie in surround sound will make one feel like he really is part of the action in the film. All the sound is traveling in form of waves and is being picked up by your pinna which is the outer part of the ear whose function is to collect sound and also to reveal the location the sound is coming from. All the speakers stay in the same place which can cause minor disruptions when moving your head. Headphones on the other hand will always stay on your head. One would think that headphones canÃ¢â¬â¢t possibly produce the same sound as the speaker set but after all you only have two ears. One thing that headphones have is 3D audio effects. These effects manipulate the pinna and give the human ear the impression that so und is not coming from two sources but is being received from all 360 degrees around a man. When listening to the audio, the sound can be heard coming from the front as well as from the rear. So if headphones can easily be manipulated to have the same performance as speakers, then the quality of sound is not something that will influence the decision of which one, either headphone or speaker, to pick. The big difference and the thing that will make a person in todayÃ¢â¬â¢s economy decide which one to purchase lies ultimately in the price of the product. A good and reasonable pair of headphones can go for around $100. A speaker system that will play at same quality will cost you about three or four times as much. The most expensive headphones cost around $2000 $5000 dollars. The most expensive speakers go for up to fifty times that amount. Over all itÃ¢â¬â¢s clearly seen that the price-performance ratio for headphones is higher. Headphones have the same performance as speakers and cost a lot less. So you love listening to Frederic ChopinÃ¢â¬â¢s Nocturne in E Flat Major on your speakers but figure out that when travelling on a cross continental trip to Japan it is very difficult to bring your speaker system into the plane and more difficult to set it up once inside. Fearing you might end up being shot like the teenager from Florida you are immobilized because of the problem. The solution to this most troubling issue, having once found out that headphones can play at the same if not better quality than speakers, is to have a pair of headphones. One thing speakers cannot do is be portable. They are just not meant for travel. Headphones on the other end can easily and comfortably be placed on your head and carried to and fro Los Angeles and Japan. Headphones are highly portable to the point where they even make them to be waterproof; resisting the craziest weather on any given rainy day. They are also very stylish so that you can buy a pair or two that fit your style and character. They can also be wireless for any people that might be offset by any cables YouÃ¢â¬â¢re caught in an intensely long firefight in Halo 4 but your roommates were being so loud that you could not hear the footsteps of the enemy that crept up to assassinate you from behind; or you finished finals early and decided to play Halo 4 but with the crossfire, showering grenades, and speeding vehicles your roommates complained they could not concentrate for their study for the Electronic Music final. Sadly, due to signed dorm room policies you are left immobilized and find yourself in another problem. The solution would of course be headphones or in this case headphones with an attached microphone. Speakers can sometimes be too loud and disruptive for other people that headphones are more reliable in these cases. With a pair of headphones there is no one that can tell you to lower your volume because you are too disruptive. Headphones also have the ability to cancel out ambient sounds that can negatively affect what should be a good sounding experience. Having to watch a movie or listen to music with an extra contribution of chatter and yelling from friends or neighbors is not pleasant. Neither is it pleasant to be disruptive to other people in the household by blasting your sound through the roof. These are problems that people which own speaker encounter. Speakers are disruptive, inconsiderate of others, and have a low ability to block outside noises a person does not want to hear. When using headphones there is a personal feeling of intimacy one can feel. Speakers might be able to play sound from many places and into your ears but when you put headphones on it feels like the music is travelling within your skull. When speakers play their sound it takes time for the sound to travel to a personÃ¢â¬â¢s ears. During the time it takes to travel, some of the high frequencies of the sound waves have been absorbed into the air and not all the sound is perceived in your ears. When using headphones you can hear all the frequencies clearer because the strength of the sound is not reduced over time. Headphones give you a greater and richer sound experience than what speaker can produce. When comparing headphones to speakers, speakers are surpassed in many aspects. For one headphones are cheaper which make it more accessible for people who have trouble coming up with income. Headphones are sleek, stylish and can be included in just about any activity you do. They are also very discreet and unobtrusive which is something speakers can never be; neither can speakers be as easily portable as headphones. Above all headphones give the listener the full spectrum sound and produce a listening experience unsurpassed by that of speakers. Works Cited Best Headphones. ! Recommendations Grouped by Price Range. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Dec. 2012. Guttenberg, Steve. Headphones vs. Speakers: Which Is Better? CNET News. CBS Interactive, 10 Mar. 2012. Web. 13 Dec. 2012. Head to Head Headphones versus Speakers. Head to Head Headphones versus Speakers. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Dec. 2012. HeadWize Article: Preventing Hearing Damage When Listening With Headphones (A HeadWize Headphone Guide). HeadWize Article: Preventing Hearing Damage When Listening With Headphones (A HeadWize Headphone Guide). N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Dec. 2012. Man Who Killed Florida Teen Over Loud Music Alters His Story to Fit Stand Your Ground. PoliticusUSA. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Dec. 2012. The Soundry: The Outer Ear. ThinkQuest. Oracle Foundation, n.d. Web. 13 Dec. 2012. ROBERT A. BUTLER and RICHARD A. HUMANSKI. Localization of sound in the vertical plane with and without high-frequency spectral cues. Perception Psychophysics 1992,51(2), 182-186
Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Cosgrove describes a worldview as Ã¢â¬Å"a set of assumptions or beliefs about reality that affect how we think and how we liveÃ¢â¬ (p. 19). A personÃ¢â¬â¢s worldview has been molded from the day they were born by family, friends, media, and even strangers. Worldviews are important because they allow us to Ã¢â¬Å"develop a deep comprehensive faith that will stand against the unrelenting tide of our cultureÃ¢â¬â¢s non-biblical ideasÃ¢â¬ (Tackett). Our actions also tend to mimic our beliefsÃ¢â¬âfor example, if you believe that there is life after death like Christians do, your priorities should reflect your dedication to follow Christ and not be of this world (John 15:19 NLT). As I have learned more and more about worldviews in this class, particularly a Christian worldview, I have the opportunity to look back on what my worldview was and how it has changed. Because I have grown up in a church, and been a Christian for as long as I can remember, I have always thought of myself having a Christian worldview. However, after this course, I have realized that I did not know some of the basic Christian foundationsÃ¢â¬âI did know that God is the creator of all things and that he is and everything he did is love. In the church I learned God is loving, all-powerful, all-knowing, eternal, unchanging, holy, and all good things, which are similar to the characteristics Dr. Strobel talked about in class. My picture of God has not changed much, if anything I have become more in awe, especially in regards to the trinity. My idea of what a person is, something that was made in GodÃ¢â¬â¢s own image but sinned, and what happens to humans when they die, the body will stay but the soul will spend eternity in heaven or hell, has also not changed much (Zukeran). After learning from Dr. Strobel... ...MI: Kregel Publications. Davis, K., & Clark, B. (2011). Kisses from katie: A story of relentless love and redemption. New York, NY: Simon and Schuster. Strobel, K. (2013), Classroom Lectures, State University, Phoenix, Az. Strobel, L. (2000). The case for faith: A journalist investigates the toughest objections to Christianity. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Publishing House. Tackett, D. (n.d.). Why is a Christian worldview important?. Retrieved from http://www.focusonthefamily.com/faith/christian_worldview/why_is_a_christian_worldview_important.aspx Wilkens, S; Sanford, M. (2009). Hidden Worldviews: Eight Cultural Stories That Shape Our Lives. Downers Grove, IL, InterVarsity Press. Zukeran, P. (n.d.). what happens after death? a Christian perspective. Retrieved from http://www.probe.org/site/c.fdKEIMNsEoG/b.4224733/k.63A1/What_Happens_After_Death.htm Importance of Worldviews Essay -- Cosgrove, Reality Cosgrove describes a worldview as Ã¢â¬Å"a set of assumptions or beliefs about reality that affect how we think and how we liveÃ¢â¬ (p. 19). A personÃ¢â¬â¢s worldview has been molded from the day they were born by family, friends, media, and even strangers. Worldviews are important because they allow us to Ã¢â¬Å"develop a deep comprehensive faith that will stand against the unrelenting tide of our cultureÃ¢â¬â¢s non-biblical ideasÃ¢â¬ (Tackett). Our actions also tend to mimic our beliefsÃ¢â¬âfor example, if you believe that there is life after death like Christians do, your priorities should reflect your dedication to follow Christ and not be of this world (John 15:19 NLT). As I have learned more and more about worldviews in this class, particularly a Christian worldview, I have the opportunity to look back on what my worldview was and how it has changed. Because I have grown up in a church, and been a Christian for as long as I can remember, I have always thought of myself having a Christian worldview. However, after this course, I have realized that I did not know some of the basic Christian foundationsÃ¢â¬âI did know that God is the creator of all things and that he is and everything he did is love. In the church I learned God is loving, all-powerful, all-knowing, eternal, unchanging, holy, and all good things, which are similar to the characteristics Dr. Strobel talked about in class. My picture of God has not changed much, if anything I have become more in awe, especially in regards to the trinity. My idea of what a person is, something that was made in GodÃ¢â¬â¢s own image but sinned, and what happens to humans when they die, the body will stay but the soul will spend eternity in heaven or hell, has also not changed much (Zukeran). After learning from Dr. Strobel... ...MI: Kregel Publications. Davis, K., & Clark, B. (2011). Kisses from katie: A story of relentless love and redemption. New York, NY: Simon and Schuster. Strobel, K. (2013), Classroom Lectures, State University, Phoenix, Az. Strobel, L. (2000). The case for faith: A journalist investigates the toughest objections to Christianity. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Publishing House. Tackett, D. (n.d.). Why is a Christian worldview important?. Retrieved from http://www.focusonthefamily.com/faith/christian_worldview/why_is_a_christian_worldview_important.aspx Wilkens, S; Sanford, M. (2009). Hidden Worldviews: Eight Cultural Stories That Shape Our Lives. Downers Grove, IL, InterVarsity Press. Zukeran, P. (n.d.). what happens after death? a Christian perspective. Retrieved from http://www.probe.org/site/c.fdKEIMNsEoG/b.4224733/k.63A1/What_Happens_After_Death.htm
Monday, January 13, 2020
When Babies are put on their stomach to sleep, the babies sleep soundly and get startled less. So for parents that haven't gotten sleep for days they tend to choose to put babies in this position because, finally they get to get some sleep. Parents do this of course taking precaution, buy not smoking keeping baby close by while sleeping and by breastfeeding. The American Academy of Pediatrics PAP recommends that babies should only be put on their stomachs during what they call Ã¢â¬Å"tummy timeÃ¢â¬ while the child is up, alert and playing.The PAP also recommends to reduce the risk of KIDS parents should Ã¢â¬Å"Use a firm mattress (avoid soft bedding) Not letting your baby sleep in your bed. Breastfeeding your baby, if possible. Protecting your infant from exposure to cigarette, cigar, or pipe smoke. Running a fan in your baby's room at night to improve air circulationÃ¢â¬ (Ã¢â¬Å"SleepÃ¢â¬ ). The PAP only recommends baby to be put on their stomach only if the pediatrician rec ommends it or if Ã¢â¬Å"Infants with complications of severe spitting up (reflux)Ã¢â¬ (Children).The other disadvantage to putting baby to sleep on its back is that they can develop Ã¢â¬Å"philologically' a flattened head. DRP. Spook didn't recommend it, he said that it was Ã¢â¬Å"more comfortable with colic babies the pressure on the abdomen relieves the gas main, and if they vomit they're less likely to choke on their vomitsÃ¢â¬ (Spook and Rottener 210). He also opposed it, because Ã¢â¬Å"babies tend to keep the head turned toward the same side, this may flatten that side of the head, this can be helped by putting the baby's head where the feet were the first time each time you put them to bedÃ¢â¬ (Spook and Rottener 211).An associate professor of neurosurgery and pediatrics in the New York University Medical Center DRP. Jeffrey H. Wisdom, said Ã¢â¬Å"that since the Ã¢â¬ËBack to Sleep' campaign began, the head condition had become an epidemic. Ã¢â¬ Wisdom said Ã¢â¬Å "now we see up to a dozen kids a week with asymmetric heads. Ã¢â¬Å"(Breaker). The Back to Sleep campaign which is driven by the PAP has been advocating to put children to sleep since 1992. DRP.Wisdom stated that Ã¢â¬Å"the PAP should do a better Job of telling parents to turn infants 180 degrees in their cribs occasionally and to place them on their stomachs while they are awake, called tummy timeÃ¢â¬ (Breaker). Studies that have been conducted at the Boston Children's Hospital report, Ã¢â¬Å"that over the past two decades that infants who die suddenly, and without explanation whose death has been attributed to KIDS- have differences in brainstem chemistry that set them apart from infants dying of other causesÃ¢â¬ (Ã¢â¬Å"BrainstemÃ¢â¬ ).They are stating that when these sleeping babies come upon danger, they are not able to wake themselves up to remove themselves from danger. Researchers say that Ã¢â¬Å"these abnormalities impair brainstem circuits that help control breathin g, heart rate, blood pressure and temperature control during sleep, this preventing sleeping babies from rousing when they reprobate too much carbon dioxide due to poor ventilation or become over heated due to over bundlingÃ¢â¬ Ã¢â¬Å"BrainstemÃ¢â¬ ).So with new information found on KIDS, researchers continue to advise parents to take necessary precautions, like not using soft-bedding, using a pacifier, good air ventilation and continue to put babies to sleep on their backs. Also in some circumstances there are still good reasons for putting babies to sleep on tummy due to reflux. The Interiors school approach has been acclaimed as the most developmentally appropriate model currently available. Maria Interiors first woman physician in Italy, began this scientific education for young children with developmental capabilities, she went on to use this for normal children. Experimenting over a period of years, she developed a large series of objects which required gradually increasi ng amounts of skill and maturity to manipulate, after a child mastered one skill, she was given the object that required the next greater amount of skillÃ¢â¬ (Spook and Rottener 516). There has been questions about the performance of Interiors students when they move on to conventional academic settings. Because there are not many Interiors schools that offer kindergarten to twelfth grade many students have to transfer to public school.This is where the issue begins some students have a hard time adjusting to the new learning environment where some excel and do well. Research done in Milwaukee where they Ã¢â¬Å"tracked 400 students where half the students received public school and the other Interiors before they transitioned to public schools system say that , Students who attended a Interiors school Preschool Ã¢â¬â Grade 5 and got Interiors education not only outperformed the other students in math and science test scores, but graduated with higher GapsÃ¢â¬ (Ã¢â¬Å"Transit ioningÃ¢â¬ ).The negative side of this is that when students enter public school Ã¢â¬Å"they may be behind or ahead of their new peers in certain subjects because of the self-guided study they did. Concepts will be taught differently, student will need to adapt to more traditional teaching methodsÃ¢â¬ (Ã¢â¬Å"TransitioningÃ¢â¬ ). On the other hand Interiors students enjoy social, emotional and academic benefits from their education, making them reliable. Ã¢â¬Å"Remember this is a child who has learned how to learn, where to find information on their own if they need it.They are accustomed to research and tackling new subjectsÃ¢â¬ (Ã¢â¬Å"QuarterÃ¢â¬ ). Many researchers along with parents believe that Interiors as a huge impact on children long after the child has left a Interiors school. Interiors schools differ from traditional school in several ways, Ã¢â¬Å"children are grouped in multi-age class room from three to six, six to nine, nine to twelve, twelve to fifteen, an d fifteen to eighteenÃ¢â¬ (Task). The age mix allows older students to be leaders, mentors and help teach lessons, younger kids get to experience working with older classmates.At the same time young students working next to older students get to see what they will be working on in the near future. The teachers work with dent's one on one or in small groups. They fuel the fire in the child's interest, Ã¢â¬Å"one teacher noted the children's hunger for words, and they wrote as many as they knew, and came to me for more, having exhausted their simple vocabulary' (Task). Interiors allows children to grow in their natural development guiding them as they grow into bigger lessons.After transferring to a traditional school is where the issue begins, Ã¢â¬Å"the goals and objectives follow the school's vision. Ã¢â¬Å"(Task) In traditional classrooms teachers have an assigned group of students and instruct students from assigned text books. Assessments, test, worksheets are given to studen ts to memorize and there is never a true learning experience. The traditional school has their own vision for learning, going along with the states standardized testing. Leaving the children no time for their own developmental learning to grow, leaving children behind and lost in the learning process.Discipline is an ongoing process. It begins early in a child's life and changes as they mature, continuing as self-discipline. DRP. Spook says, Ã¢â¬ that good parents who naturally lean toward strictness should raise their children that way. Moderate triteness-in the sense of requiring good manners, prompt obedience, orderliness- is not harmful to children so long as the parents are basically kind, and so long the children are growing up happy and friendly. But strictness is harmful when parents are overbearing for a child.This kind of severity produces children who are meek and colorless or mean to others. Ã¢â¬Å"(Spook and Rottener 25) The Bible also states Ã¢â¬Å"Fathers, do not b e so hard on your children, so their spirit may not be brokenÃ¢â¬ (Bible N. I. V. Colombians 3:21). Expecting reasonable behavior from children means parents need o be kind, loving, moderately strict, flexible and have consistent expectations. If parents learn early on how to be firm and consistent, children will have an easier time getting along with people.Some studies show that parents who fear disciplining, have children who suffer from being Ã¢â¬Å"insecure and develop anxiety and stress when there is lack of consistent guidance. Children who do not learn appropriate boundaries when they are young experience difficulty with self-control later in lifeÃ¢â¬ (Brown). A parent's firmness trains the child to get along reasonable with there people, so when they get out into the world no matter at what age they won't be in for a surprise when others dislike them for their selfishness and won't go through life being unpopular.Spook's advice was not so different from the advice giv en now from many professionals. Especially, learning how to take care of children was so important for new families. That the schools parents choose was important for their children's learning development. And most of all how to raise children that are well-disciplined so that they will be self-controlled adults with good relationship skills.
Sunday, January 5, 2020
BUS 311 Business Law Entire Course Material Follow the link below to purchase http://www.homeworkarena.com/bus-311-business-law-entire-course-material Visit Website: http://www.homeworkarena.com/ Please contact us for more Tutorial amp; Help (firstname.lastname@example.org) BUS 311 Week 1 DQ 1 Applying the Law to a Set of Facts Applying the Law to a Set of Facts. Read the Hypothetical Case Problem #1 at the end of Chapter 1 and respond to these questions 1. If Javier sued Energy-Auto Inc., identify who would be the plaintiff and the defendant. 2. In which state or states can the suit be brought? 3. Assume that Javier incurred $100,000 in damages. a) Analyze whether the suit can be brought in federal court b) Explain theÃ¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦Apply the five essential elements of an enforceable contract to your example and answer the following questions. 1. Was the contract successfully fulfilled? 2. Was there a breach of the contract? 3. If so, what remedies were available? BUS 311 Week 2 Quiz BUS 311 Week 3 DQ 1 Employment at Will Employment-at Will. Should the law allow an employer to fire an employee without a good reason? Conduct research to provide examples to support your position and use your own personal employment experiences when possible. Have you observed situations where an employee was fired? Did the employer give a reason? Do you believe the employerÃ¢â¬â¢s actions were legal? BUS 311 Week 3 DQ 2 A PrincipalÃ¢â¬â¢s Responsibility for the Actions of Their Agent A PrincipalÃ¢â¬â¢s Responsibility for the Actions of Their Agent. Karen is shopping at Big Mart. She has with her an umbrella which is the same brand Big Mart carries. When a Big Mart employee, Steve, sees her leave with the umbrella without going through the checkout lane, he asks her to come back into the store. Steve says that he thinks Karen is shoplifting the umbrella. Karen tells him that she has had the umbrella for years and show s him marks of wear and tear. 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