24 August 2015

LG G Pad V700 Black Tablet

LG G Pad V700 Black Tablet
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As the owner or marketing director for your business, you will decide what features your product or service should have in order to be competitive. Then, determine what value each of those features provides to your customers. This value is the benefit associated with the feature.
Iam using the LG G Pad V700 Black Tablet as the prduct.
This section of the Marketing Plan has TWO parts, both of which are required.
Part One – Product Description
Describe the product or service in detail. This is NOT a sales pitch. Do not use this section to promote or advertise the product; this is a factual and objective description of the product. The style of this assignment is similar to an instruction manual; in other words, “just the facts.” For the Product Description, include the following:
 Name of the product or service
 What it does
 How it works
 What it looks like
 Key design elements
 What makes it special or unique
Note: For services, adapt the above list to fit an intangible product. The concentration will be on what services you provide for your customers.
The benchmark for determining if the Product Description is done correctly is to have another individual read it, and then describe the product verbally. They should be able to accurately describe your product.
The Product Description portion of this assignment must be 2-3 pages in length in APA format.
Part Two – Features and Benefits
For this part of the Product Description, identify the Features and Benefits of the product or service. This will be done in a table format, listing no less than five features of the product or service, with at least TWO customer benefits for EACH of the features.

Include the Features and Benefits table in the same document as the Product Description.

i will attach an example of a Marketing Plan: Product Description

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24 August 2015

Net present value methodology when creating a cost-benefit analysis to evaluate the following project

net present value methodology when creating a cost-benefit analysis to evaluate the following project
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Unit 9
Use the net present value methodology when creating a cost-benefit analysis to evaluate the following project:
The State of Massachusetts would like to replace a National Guard armory rapidly reaching the end of its service life. The Department of Military Affairs has been told that continued special maintenance would be $275,000 annually. Rehabilitation of facility would cost $4,000,000, and would extend the armory’s service life by 15 years.
1. Calculate the discount factor for each year (use 4% discount rate @ 15 years)
2. Calculate the annual present value cost of maintenance (15 years)
3. Calculate the discounted benefit of rehabilitating the armory
4. Given the discounted cost of rehabilitation, what is the benefit/cost ratio for the proposal?

Be sure to include information regarding the following items when completing your evaluation of the project:

• the objectives of the project
• the demand and consumer surplus of the project
• a categorization of the project expenses
• an estimation of potential delays

In addition to fulfilling the specifics of the assignment, a successful paper must also meet the following criteria:
o Include a cover page and references page in 10-12 point font (Arial, Courier, and Times New Roman are acceptable)
o Viewpoint and purpose should be clearly established and sustained
o Assignment should follow the conventions of Standard American English (correct grammar, punctuation, etc.)
o Writing should be well ordered, logical and unified, as well as original and insightful
o Your work should display superior content, organization, style and mechanics
o Appropriate citation style should be followed.
You should also make sure to:
o Include a title page with full name, class name, section number and date
o Include an introductory and concluding paragraph and demonstrate college-level communication through the composition of original materials in Standard American English
o Use examples to support your discussion
o Cite all sources on a separate reference page at the end of your paper and cited within the body of your paper using APA format
Lastly, please label your projects: username-project-unit#.doc. For example, a student named Tina Allen would name her file TAllen-Anatomical Terminology-Unit 9.doc. Submit your assignment by selecting the Unit 9: Assignment dropbox by the end of Unit 9.


Checklist for the Unit 9 Assignment
Criteria: Ask yourself the following questions. Not Yet Yes
Content
Did you identify the objectives of the project?
Did you apply knowledge of demand and consumer surplus to determine the value of a proposed project/program, to establish values enabling the calculation of estimates of the value of expected benefits, and to properly categorize expected project expenses and the effect of project delays or timing issues on total project costs?
Did you estimate the value of non-marketed benefits associated with the project?
Did you create a summary table for the proposed project including relevant project objectives or project/program costs and included the effects of future changes in valuation to establish clear comparisons of total project costs and benefits?
Did you demonstrate the net present value of the project/program compared to the net present value without the project/program?

Research
Is your research current?
Did you discuss all the required areas in a substantive manner?
Did you use appropriate reference material to support major statements?

Quality
Is your content complete enough to address the topic and questions?
Is there a logical flow to your ideas?
Did you present the material in a clear and concise manner to provide easy readability?

Format
Did you prepare your project as a Microsoft Word document?
Did you label your file correctly?
Did you use APA format to cite your sources?
Did you check your document for grammar and spelling?


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24 August 2015

Justify your position on whether you believe it is most beneficial to pursue post-secondary/college degrees immediately after high school or to directly enter the workforce. Be sure to support your position with reasons or examples from the required sources and/or personal experience.

Justify your position on whether you believe it is most beneficial to pursue post-secondary/college degrees immediately after high school or to directly enter the workforce. Be sure to support your position with reasons or examples from the required sources and/or personal experience.
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Three to five pages typed (double spaced, 12 pt. font, 1″ margins), Establish a clear thesis. Thoroughly analyze and interpret the topic. Must be well- organized and well-developed. Must support position with specific quotes, details, and evidence. Avoid simple summary of information. analyze quotes and evidence in-depth. Give the essay and original title. Must have correct MLA header and page numbers. Introduce quotes correctly; use MLA parenthetical citation for references to sources. MLA MLA Works Cited page required. Revise for content and edit for grammar, spelling, and mechanics. Grammar and style includes vocabulary, sentence structure, word usage, and command of English conventions.

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Justify your position on whether you believe it is most beneficial to pursue post-secondary/college degrees immediately after high school or to directly enter the […]


24 August 2015

Discuss the relationship of humor and the audience in a mid summer nights dream

Discuss the relationship of humor and the audience in a mid summer nights dream
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This is an IB Extended Essay in Literature Higher Level. NO PLAGIARISM (copy paste) and all sites must be sited.

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24 August 2015

Some indicate that the end is in sight and that unemployment rates are down and the economy is back on track or about to be. Do you agree With that statement and why?

Business Law
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Law impacts business in many ways Since there are so many different types of businesses there
has to be laws put in place to protect the consumer and the business There are so many laws
that with the different government regulations for businesses, all companies have to watch that
they stay within the guidelines. 

Consider what is going on now with our economy unemployment rates are at still high, although
rates have been unemployment payments are about to expire and some argue that
such is a good thing because it could cause jobless rates to tumble Corporations are
complaining that they are being taxed too much and can't afford to hire more employees They
point to the fact that it is cheaper to set up shop out of the country and outsource their services,
paying cheaper for labor President Obama and Congress have drafted several laws in 2011
and 2012 to help with creating new jobs and have just passed a budget for the federal
government that could see reduction in debt but also cuts on spending that could impact military
pensions.

1.Some indicate that the end is in sight and that unemployment rates are down and the economy
is back on track or about to be. Do you agree With that statement and why?

2.Do you think the laws passed helped or is helping get our country get back on track with jobs?
What about companies?

3.Do you agree with the notion that our economy rests on small businesses doing well and that should be doing everything can to give tax breaks and assistance to small and large corporations so that they don't close shop or move their operations abroad?

4.Do you agree with ending unemployment benefits or extending them?

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