# persuasive letter

Choose your own topic, but for example, this letter could petition an enthusiastic neighbor to scale down his blinding Christmas decorations, an immature cousin to take a gap year between high school and college, a grandparent to vote to pass the new school district budget, a friend to stop drinking, or a spouse to reconcile with an estranged sibling. Because the letter will be written to an individual of your choosing, you must tailor your language and logic to the person to whom you are writing. Assignment-Specific Requirements:Length: This assignment should be at least 750 words. Thesis: Underline your thesis statement or the main claim of your letter.Sources Needed: None required. Cite if used, following MLA guidelines. Page Formatting: Use MLA guidelines.  Also add an opening salutation (e.g. Dear Sarah, or Hello, Jon.), and a closing salutation

## Discussion Board Week 2 Terrence L – 701 Introductory Paragraph Developed by

Discussion Board Week 2

Terrence L – 701

Introductory Paragraph

Developed by Nobel laureate William F. Sharpe, the Sharpe ratio help investors acknowledge risk in comparison to return of investment by the average return earned and measurement of volatility. Fernando (2021) defined the Sharpe ratio calculation by subtracting U.S. Treasury rate as risk-free rate of return from portfolio, then dividing using standard deviation from excess return on investment. Standard deviation gives an outlook on the overall portfolio’s volatility.

Sharpe ratio = (Rx-Rf)/StdDev Rx

Rx = return of portfolio

Rf = risk-free rate

StdDev Rx = standard deviation of portfolio’s excess return

The risk-free rate (Rf) in Sharpe ratio grant investors an opportunity to keep profits away from risk activities. Investors that are willing to assume risk can add diversification to the Sharpe ratio according to the Modern Portfolio Theory. Sharpe ratios have little to no risk but can be used in many ways when examines one’s portfolio. Utilizing a quantitative survey, Fernando (2021) reflected risk-free investing and volatility percentages by lowering the portfolio return and increase risk adjustments. Key takeaways to better understand Sharpe ratio is the excess risk investors are allowed to adjust in past or future portfolios. Comparison with other low return, Sharpe ratio is good to have but do not assume the returns are normally distributed.

Current Trends

Sharpe ratio, used by investors, allow risk-free rate of return divided by standard deviation that is consistent with taking excess return of the portfolio outperforming the volatility in the portfolio. Good ratios are above 1.00 and is calculated by taking out the risk-free rate of investment (Fernando, 2021). Standard deviation in Sharpe ratio assume return on investment is normally distributed. The dispersion of a dataset calculated as square root at each data point is called standard deviation. Higher standard deviation happens when data is further spread apart from the mean. Hargrave (2021) explains standard deviation reflects greater variance and historical volatility when applied to annual return rate of investment. Easy to understand, large dispersion of standard deviation is key risk measure analysts, advisors, and investors use when reporting to end clients. Due to daily swings on the Dow Jones Industrial Average, Wagner (2020) predicts volatility can present great risk and can also execute solid returns if harnessed correctly. Volatility is measured using standard deviation signaling how firm the stock price is around the mean. Subtracting the mean from each data point and square root of standard deviation is called the variance. Standard deviations are easier to apply as variance help determine data distance compared to mean values representing information not on original dataset (Hargrave, 2021). Biggest drawback of standard deviation all risk calculated, jeopardizing a possible rate of return to decline. The process of variance weighed against risk is mean-variance analysis used by investors when making informed decisions. Mean-variance give investors an outlook for greatest or least risk to reward. As investors look low risk for higher rewards, the modern portfolio theory is utilized in mean-variance analysis. Chen, 2021 explain the significance of securities with same expected return. The determination is indicated by the lower variance. Modern portfolio theory allows investors to diversify for greater gains and expected returns. Differentiating investments reduce loss with rapidly changing market conditions.

Future Research

Sharpe ratio is return minus risk-free rate/risk (standard deviation) and is most misunderstood financial statistic of all ratios. Sharpe ratios should not be used when diversifying portfolio due to such low risk to reward. Wiggins (2020) demonstrated two management companies in near collapse using Sharpe ratios and quoting “The future isn’t what is used to be”. William Sharpe’s theory treated all volatility the same whether positive or negative, penalizing strategies that had upside volatility. William Sharpe’s original analogy of volatility was reward to variability to not be compared to risk in any way. Wagner (2020) expressed William Sharpe design of Sharpe ratio was never intended for future performance of investments and should not be taken for precise measure of any investment. The Sharpe ratio have investors manipulating portfolios due to increase in tumbled bond yields, investors created strategies that generate slow steady profits overtime.

References

Fernando, J. (2021, April 10). Sharpe Ratio. Investopedia. https://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/sharperatio.asp

Hargrave, M. (2021, April 15). Standard Deviation. Investopedia. https://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/standarddeviation.asp

Wagner, H. (2020, October 29). Why Volatility is Important for Investors. Investopedia. https://www.investopedia.com/articles/financial-theory/08/volatility.asp

Chen, J. (2021, February 25). Mean-Variance Analysis. Investopedia. https://www.investopedia.com/terms/m/meanvariance-analysis.asp

Wiggins, R. (2020, November 10). The Sharpe Ratio Broke Investors Brains. Institutional Investor. https://www.institutionalinvestor.com/article/b1p62z599ns4pd/The-Sharpe-Ratio-Broke-Investors-Brains

## Writing Question

persuasive letter Many students assume that the online, free encyclopedia, Wikipedia (Links to an external site.) is a valid, authoritative and useful reference source for their scholarly work as a student at NVCC. Many teachers say that Wikipedia is garbage and should never be used. Which is it?
In this assignment, we will be examining just how authoritative (and stable) Wikipedia (aka Wiki) is. First, you will examine a specific entry from Wikipedia and check for changes that have occurred over a period of six months, and then you will compare the information from the Wikipedia entry with the information from the Encyclopedia Britannica Academic (BA), an established reference source. https://academic-eb-com.eznvcc.vccs.edu/levels/col…
Your analysis paper should be no more than two pages double-spaced, one-inch margins, font size 10 or 12 brief introduction and conclusion paragraphs (each not to exceed three lines)name, and only your name, at the top left of the paper
Consider such questions as these to help you organize your paper: Is the specific information contained in both the Wikipedia and BA entries the same or different? How different? How much have the Wikipedia and BA entries changed (or not changed) over a period of at least six months? Do we have any idea of the credentials/authority of the authors who created the Wikipedia and BA entries? Do the entries footnote sources of reference information and provide suggested reading and websites? From your writing in the course, you already note that cited evidence is extremely important!Your overall conclusion should then assess how does the Wikipedia information compare with the information in BA? Which encyclopedia do you find most useful for the term that you have selected. Since you are writing a comparison, you need to be fair. For example, if you examine how many times Wikipedia changed, then you should examine how many times BA changed.

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## NUT 2040 Diet Analysis Template and Instructions 90 points NOTE: This document

NUT 2040

Diet Analysis

Template and Instructions

90 points

NOTE: This document contains instructions for completing this project as well as the template for the submitted paper.

All instructions in blue italics should be deleted prior to submitting the paper.

Items in red should be replaced with the appropriate information; please change the red font to black prior to submitting the paper.

Before writing this paper, record your 3-day diet in the MyFitnessPal program (see the assignment instructions for additional details).

Complete the cover page (beginning on the next page of this document) – include the project title, your name, course name and section number, and date. (2 points)

Diet Analysis

NUT 2040, section xxx

Date

Introduction

Write 3-5 sentences to indicate the purpose of the paper and topics that will be discussed. Include the three hypotheses from the Hypothesis Statements assignment submitted earlier this semester. (2 points)

Data Table (5 Points)

Day 1 Intake

Day 2 Intake

Day 3 Intake

Average Intake

MyFitnessPal Daily Goal

Calories (kcal)

Carbohydrates (g)

Fiber (g)

Fat (g)

Saturated Fat (g)

Protein (g)

Sodium (mg)

Potassium (mg)

Vitamin A (%RDA)

Vitamin C (%RDA)

Iron (%RDA)

Calcium (%RDA)

Energy Intake Analysis

In this section include a comparison of your Average Intake to the MyFitnessPal Daily Goal and a comparison of your results to your hypothesis statement. If you are trying to gain/lose weight, explain the caloric differences you would need to make in order to achieve your goal. Discuss strategies for achieving any caloric differences. If your current calorie intake is over/under the recommendation are you gaining/losing weight as expected? Discuss reasons why/why not. Include specific food/beverage changes to better meet the MyFitnessPal Daily Goal. (5 points)

Macronutrient Analysis

Note: To compare your carbohydrate, fat, and protein intake to the Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range (AMDR) in the sections below, you will need to calculate your percentage of calories from each macronutrient use the following formula:

% of calories =[(average intake X calories in one gram of that macronutrient) / average calorie intake] X 100

In the sections below, include your percentage of calories from each macronutrient (carbohydrate, fat, and protein) in the appropriate section and compare that % of calories to the appropriate AMDR (carbohydrate AMDR: 45%-65%, fat AMDR: 20%-35%, protein AMDR: 10%-35%). In addition, include your percentage of calories from saturated fat and compare it to the recommendation from the Dietary Guidelines (less than 10% of calories from saturated fat).

For example, if your average intake of carbohydrates is 230 grams and your average calorie intake is 2000 calories, the formula would be [(230 X 4) / 2000] X 100 = 46%. You could then compare your % of carbohydrate calories (46%) to the AMDR for carbohydrates (45-65%).

Carbohydrate

Critically think about your carbohydrate intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal, how your results compare to your hypothesis statement (if relevant), comparison of your percentage of calories from carbohydrates to the AMDR for carbohydrates, and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Dietary Fiber

Critically think about your fiber intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Total Fat

Critically think about your total fat intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal, how your results compare to your hypothesis statement (if relevant), comparison of your percentage of calories from total fat to the AMDR for fat, and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Saturated Fat

Critically think about your saturated fat intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal, comparison of your percentage of calories from saturated fat to recommendations, and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Protein

Critically think about your protein intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal, how your results compare to your hypothesis statement (if relevant), comparison of your percentage of calories from protein to the AMDR for protein, and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Micronutrient Analysis

Sodium

Critically think about your sodium intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal, how your results compare to your hypothesis statement (if relevant), and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Potassium

Critically think about your potassium intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal, how your results compare to your hypothesis statement (if relevant), and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Vitamin A

Critically think about your Vitamin A intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal, how your results compare to your hypothesis statement (if relevant), and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Vitamin C

Critically think about your Vitamin C intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal, how your results compare to your hypothesis statement (if relevant), and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Iron

Critically think about your iron intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal, how your results compare to your hypothesis statement (if relevant), and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Calcium

Critically think about your calcium intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal, how your results compare to your hypothesis statement (if relevant), and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Discussion

Provide a thorough discussion that includes at least one potential source of error from your data entry and how this error might have impacted your analysis; include a discussion on the perceived accuracy of the overall nutrient data provided in MyFitnessPal, using examples from your data to support your stance. (6 points)

Future Goals to Improve My Diet

Include 2 goals that are both measurable and specific.

Goal #1 should focus on a macronutrient

Goal #2 should focus on a micronutrient

Do not make a goal about exercise or lifestyle choices such as “I will shop more in the produce section”.

These goals need to be measurable between this Diet Analysis assignment and the upcoming Ideal Diet Plan assignment. Choose one macronutrient and one micronutrient from this assignment that you would like to improve (for example, if your average intake of Vitamin C was low, you may want to write a goal related to that nutrient). See the examples below for additional tips. (5 points)

Example: “I will eat healthier” is not specific. How will you eat healthier? “I will eat more protein to meet my recommended needs” is specific (identifying protein as the ‘healthy’ food group makes this statement specific).

Example: “I will eat more carrots” is not measurable. How many will you eat? “I will eat at least 1 large carrot every day to meet the recommendation for Vitamin A” is measurable (including ‘1 large carrot’ and ‘the recommendation for Vitamin A’ make this statement measurable).

Example: “I will not eat fast food anymore” does not specifically relate to a macronutrient or micronutrient. “I will lower my sodium intake by 500 mg a day by cutting out fast food” specifically relates to a micronutrient (sodium).

References

Include a reference page as a separate page at the end of your paper that includes any scholarly work (textbook, scholarly journal articles, valid websites) you cited within your paper. Include at least two* reference works. Be sure to cite properly both within the body of the paper as well as on the reference page. Use either APA citation style (https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_style_introduction.html) or AMA citation style (https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/ama_style/index.html). (4 points)

*One reference needs to be the MyFitnessPal program. Your entire project is based off the findings of this program.

Proofread your assignment for spelling and grammar before submitting it. (6 points)

Submit your written paper within the Diet Analysis Assignment in Canvas.

## Excel Capital Budgeting Problems

Please work on the questions below. Included is an Excel template for the first two questions in case you’d like to use it to complete the questions. You may also develop your own spreadsheet as well to solve some of these problems. (complete excel)
Capital Budgeting Questions New.docx
Week 6 – Capital Budgeting Template v2.0 Key.xlsx

## Diet Analysis Erin Urban NUT 2040, section 003 07/25/21 Introduction The study

Diet Analysis

Erin Urban

NUT 2040, section 003

07/25/21

Introduction

The study aims at analyzing my diet and determine if it is balanced. To achieve the study’s main objective, I will focus more on the well-balanced foods that are rich in nutrition and fiber. I will be conducting my own study over a period of three days to record and witness the current nutrition I am receiving.

Diet Analysis Report

Day 1 Intake

Day 2 intake

Day 3 intake

Average intake

My fitness pal Daily Goal

Calories (Kcal)

760kcal

1450kcal

1050kcal

1120kcal

1200kcal

Carbohydrates (g)

120g

115 g

98g

112.5g

150g

Fiber (g)

15g

16g

22g

19g

24g

Fat (g)

12g

50g

50g

45.5g

42g

Saturated fat (g)

5g

9g

10g

8g

25g

Protein (g)

40g

80g

62g

60.5g

65g

Sodium (mg)

1800 mg

1200g

700g

1100.5mg

2400mg

Potassium (mg)

1600 mg

2800mg

2540mg

2400mg

3500mg

Vitamin A ( % RDA)

800%

512%

100%

101.5%

100%

Vitamin c(% RDA)

40%

43%

10%

80%

100%

Iron ( %vRDA)

50%

25%

25%

85%

100%

Calcium ( % RDA)

80%

7%

12%

70%

100%

Energy Intake Analysis

In this section include a comparison of your Average Intake to the MyFitnessPal Daily Goal and a comparison of your results to your hypothesis statement. If you are trying to gain/lose weight, explain the caloric differences you would need to make in order to achieve your goal. Discuss strategies for achieving any caloric differences. If your current calorie intake is over/under the recommendation are you gaining/losing weight as expected? Discuss reasons why/why not. Include specific food/beverage changes to better meet the MyFitnessPal Daily Goal. (5 points)

Macronutrient Analysis

Note: To compare your carbohydrate, fat, and protein intake to the Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range (AMDR) in the sections below, you will need to calculate your percentage of calories from each macronutrient use the following formula:

% of calories =[(average intake X calories in one gram of that macronutrient) / average calorie intake] X 100

In the sections below, include your percentage of calories from each macronutrient (carbohydrate, fat, and protein) in the appropriate section and compare that % of calories to the appropriate AMDR (carbohydrate AMDR: 45%-65%, fat AMDR: 20%-35%, protein AMDR: 10%-35%). In addition, include your percentage of calories from saturated fat and compare it to the recommendation from the Dietary Guidelines (less than 10% of calories from saturated fat).

For example, if your average intake of carbohydrates is 230 grams and your average calorie intake is 2000 calories, the formula would be [(230 X 4) / 2000] X 100 = 46%. You could then compare your % of carbohydrate calories (46%) to the AMDR for carbohydrates (45-65%).

Carbohydrate

Critically think about your carbohydrate intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal, how your results compare to your hypothesis statement (if relevant), comparison of your percentage of calories from carbohydrates to the AMDR for carbohydrates, and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Dietary Fiber

Critically think about your fiber intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Total Fat

Critically think about your total fat intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal, how your results compare to your hypothesis statement (if relevant), comparison of your percentage of calories from total fat to the AMDR for fat, and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Saturated Fat

Critically think about your saturated fat intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal, comparison of your percentage of calories from saturated fat to recommendations, and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Protein

Critically think about your protein intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal, how your results compare to your hypothesis statement (if relevant), comparison of your percentage of calories from protein to the AMDR for protein, and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Micronutrient Analysis

Sodium

Critically think about your sodium intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal, how your results compare to your hypothesis statement (if relevant), and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Potassium

Critically think about your potassium intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal, how your results compare to your hypothesis statement (if relevant), and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Vitamin A

Critically think about your Vitamin A intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal, how your results compare to your hypothesis statement (if relevant), and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Vitamin C

Critically think about your Vitamin C intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal, how your results compare to your hypothesis statement (if relevant), and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Iron

Critically think about your iron intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal, how your results compare to your hypothesis statement (if relevant), and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Calcium

Critically think about your calcium intake and changes you should/could make to improve your diet. Provide a thorough discussion of how your average intake compared to MyFitnessPal Daily Goal, how your results compare to your hypothesis statement (if relevant), and specific food/beverage changes to better meet recommendations. (5 points)

Discussion

Provide a thorough discussion that includes at least one potential source of error from your data entry and how this error might have impacted your analysis; include a discussion on the perceived accuracy of the overall nutrient data provided in MyFitnessPal, using examples from your data to support your stance. (6 points)

Future Goals to Improve My Diet

Include 2 goals that are both measurable and specific.

Goal #1 should focus on a macronutrient

Goal #2 should focus on a micronutrient

Do not make a goal about exercise or lifestyle choices such as “I will shop more in the produce section”.

These goals need to be measurable between this Diet Analysis assignment and the upcoming Ideal Diet Plan assignment. Choose one macronutrient and one micronutrient from this assignment that you would like to improve (for example, if your average intake of Vitamin C was low, you may want to write a goal related to that nutrient). See the examples below for additional tips. (5 points)

Example: “I will eat healthier” is not specific. How will you eat healthier? “I will eat more protein to meet my recommended needs” is specific (identifying protein as the ‘healthy’ food group makes this statement specific).

Example: “I will eat more carrots” is not measurable. How many will you eat? “I will eat at least 1 large carrot every day to meet the recommendation for Vitamin A” is measurable (including ‘1 large carrot’ and ‘the recommendation for Vitamin A’ make this statement measurable).

Example: “I will not eat fast food anymore” does not specifically relate to a macronutrient or micronutrient. “I will lower my sodium intake by 500 mg a day by cutting out fast food” specifically relates to a micronutrient (sodium).

References

Include a reference page as a separate page at the end of your paper that includes any scholarly work (textbook, scholarly journal articles, valid websites) you cited within your paper. Include at least two* reference works. Be sure to cite properly both within the body of the paper as well as on the reference page. Use either APA citation style (https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_style_introduction.html) or AMA citation style (https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/ama_style/index.html). (4 points)

*One reference needs to be the MyFitnessPal program. Your entire project is based off the findings of this program.

Proofread your assignment for spelling and grammar before submitting it. (6 points)

Submit your written paper within the Diet Analysis Assignment in Canvas.

## Diet analysis Part 2- work sheet Eating habits – 6 points 1.

Diet analysis Part 2- work sheet

Eating habits – 6 points

1. Did you eat breakfast on the days you recorded your food intake?  Is this typical?

2. Did you have lunch and dinner?

3. When do you consume the most calories – what meal and what day of the week.

4. What were the two main reasons for each of the following – a) why did you eat? b) What you ate?

5. What foods do you eat daily?

6. How often did you drink water and did you drink the recommended amount? To find out how much water you should be drinking take your weight in kilograms and divide by 30 and the resulting number is the amount of water you should be drinking in liters e.g. if you weigh 65 kgs = 2.17 liters. Note this is a rough average.

Nutrients – look at Nutrients report for this information (11 points)

7. You can determine if your diet provides a reasonable proportion of protein, carbohydrate and fat by looking at the DRIs for each of these nutrients and/or the AMDR recommendations (see text book for AMDR numbers). Complete the following table (3).

intake (g)

DRI (target) (g)

AMDR

Proteins

Carbohydrates

Fats

Convert grams to calories and then divide by total kcal and multiply by 100 to get percentage. AMDR can be found in chapter 1.

8. How many grams of DRI of fiber did you consume? How did your consumption compare to the target number? (1)

9. What percent of calories do you consume for the following; saturated fat, monounsaturated fat and polyunsaturated fat do you consume? (1) You have to calculate percent, see directions in #7.

10. It is recommended you should be consuming about 1.1 grams of omega-3 (alpha- linolenic acid) and 12 grams of omega-6 (linoleic). Are you meeting the DRI goals for essential fatty acids? Give the values and compare to DRI. (note that diet analysis program uses the scientific names) (2)

11. How much cholesterol (in milligrams, mg) do you consume daily and how does your cholesterol intake compare with the suggested maximum of 300 milligrams a day? (1)

12.  You have a nutrient dense diet if you consume no more than 20-25% total calories from fat, low in sugar, and does not exceed protein recommendations (10-35% total calories). Using the guidelines given in this question do you have a nutrient dense diet? Explain why you do or do not you have a nutrient dense diet. (1)

13. Studies show that most people underestimate the amount they eat when they record their diet, so it is not uncommon for the amount of calories reflected in your Intake Report to be lower than your actual intake. Also, any estimate of your recommended calorie intake such as on the DRI report are exactly that, estimates. With this in mind. How does your food energy intake in calories compare to your expenditure in calories and your estimated required calorie intake? (1)

Food groups and Calories report aka MyPlate report

15. The DRI’s and AMDRs are two methods of analyzing your diet, MyPlate is another. Look at your MyPlate Report, what sections of MyPlate were best represented in your diet? Look for terms OK or over. (2)

Opinion (1)
16. List three things you are doing well in your current diet and three things you think you could be doing better. (1)

## Read the paper written by a former student, and — in the

Read the paper written by a former student, and — in the shared Google Doc, so we can all see one another’s responses, — let’s work together to notice:

1. what the writer is doing well

2. what the writer can do to improve

3. any questions the texts bring up

Finally submit a summary of your participation in the large group workshop, any insight you gained, and any questions you have. Include an analysis of how the writer meets or does not meet the course learning outcomes:

1.      Interpret texts and data by applying scientific frameworks.

2.      Demonstrate consistent use of a broad range of conventions and genres that

conform to the goals of writing in the sciences.

3.      Frame an issue for an established audience, engage divergent perspectives on

that issue and contribute to an ongoing conversation in the sciences.

4.      Apply their understanding of writing in the sciences to the uniqueness of Alaskan

or Pacific Rim perspectives.

Nursing Career Research Project

For this research project, I chose nursing because that is the degree that I am interested in pursuing. This paper will discuss how to get involved in college clubs, what associations are helpful for nursing students and working nurses, including the NANN and the ANA, and what journals are useful to general nurses and critical care nurses. It will also cover how a minor in nursing affects your career and gives information about an upcoming conference. Nursing is an amazing degree that is all about helping, learning and growing.

Getting involved in your college is a fun way to stay interested and invested in your degree. For students wanting to become a nurse at UAA there are some activities and clubs to join. For highschool juniors, seniors and recent graduates there is a nursing camp called RRANN Nursing Camp, that helps expose younger students to academic, clinical, and community activities and the reality of the nursing degree. As for older students in college already there are a couple clubs to further your love in the health sciences: American Medical Student Association, Health Professions Student Organization, Health Sciences Student Organization, and the University of Alaska Student Nurses Association (SNA). Joining these clubs can further a students love for nursing and help them make friends who are in the same field. Getting connected and involved early is a great habit to start for a nursing degree.

Because staying connected and involved is so important as a nurse, there are many important professional associations that one can get involved with. Two specific ones are the American Nurses Association and the National Association of Neonatal Nurses. Founded in 1896, the American Nurses Association (ANA) was founded in 1896. It is the premier organization representing the interests of the nation’s 4 million registered nurses. (American Nurses Association, N/D) The ANA’s mission statement is:

“Lead the profession to shape the future of nursing and health care”

They are at the forefront of improving health care for nurses, their members and the public. The American Nurses Association sets high standards for nursing practice and they fight for the importance of safe environments for all nurses. As for a fairly newer association, the National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN), founded in 1984, was started in California and has reached out to nurses all across the world. This organization is unique because it is specifically for neonatal nurses, providing them with scholarships, research outlets, job opportunities and more. For those who don’t know, a neonatal nurse is one that works with newborn infants born with various problems ranging from prematurity, birth defects, infection, cardiac malformations and surgical problems. (National Association of Neonatal Nurses, N/D). The NANN uses their voice to influence neonatal nurses through advocacy, education, networking, collaboration, and leadership. Their mission is:

“To be the professional voice that shapes neonatal nursing through the excellence in practice, education, research, and professional development.”

The goal of the NANN is that their nurses get proper education and continue to learn throughout their career, they have access to accurate up to date research, and advocacy for their nurses and the organization. These organizations care about the education of nurses and want to help them have connections to outstanding resources.

Being a nurse means your education never stops growing, so a good way nurses keep up with the newest research and procedures is by reading medical journals. One of the oldest and most honored broad-based nursing journals in the world is the American Journal of Nursing. Peer reviewed and evidence-based, it is considered the profession’s premier journal. (American Journal of Nursing, 2020). Another great journal, that specializes in critical care, is the American Journal of Critical Care. This journal is the American Association of Critical-Care nurses preeminent peer-reviewed publication for communicating advances in critical care research. (AACN Publishing, 2020). Staying updated with new discoveries, procedures, and methods helps one to be a better nurse and have better care for patients.

For nursing, a minor degree can be helpful depending on the person. When going to school for nursing the student typically gets their regular nursing degree and then starts working in the field. Later on, if the student/nurse wanted to branch out to specialize in a specific nursing field, then they could get their minor in that branch. All together, you do not need a minor to be a nurse, but there are many minoring options that would greatly complement a nursing degree like public health, gerontology, or nutrition. (Registered Nursing, 2020).

Once a nurse has gone through the schooling, done the hours, gotten a minor or major in a specific field, they can still keep learning and adapting to the new research and discoveries the health world has to offer by going to professional conferences. Professional conferences happen all across the state every year, but this year has been a little different. Because of COVID-19, NANN’s Annual Conference is virtual through March 1, 2021. In this conference neonatal nurses from all over the world can join in to experience the very latest clinical education and fine-tune the vision for the decade ahead. (National Association of Neonatal Nurses, N/D).  This year it is half the price leaving registration at \$320 and nurses can earn over 40 hours of CNE by watching the sessions. Nurses can get the latest updates, make new connections, and leave inspired to transform themselves and their career all in the safety of their own home.

As a whole, this research project has helped me learn a lot about who I can get connected with and all the opportunities these organizations have to offer. I also learned about the clubs and camps that UAA has for nursing students. Personally, I discovered scholarships that I can apply for and found places that can help me find a job when I’ve finished my nursing degree. Reading and researching all the conferences across the country was exciting as well, because I hope to be able to travel and learn more about nursing someday as well. In all, I had a lot of fun doing this project because it was on a topic that I was interested in and could personally relate/benefit from.

References

American Association of Critical-Care Nurses. (2020). AJCC: About the American

the_American_Journal_of_Critical_Care

American Journal of Nursing. (2020). American Journal of Nursing: About the journal

American Nurses Association. (2020). Lead the profession to shape the future of

nursing and health care. https://www.nursingworld.org

National Association of Neonatal Nurses (N/D). Making a difference for neonatal nurses,

patients, and families. Nann.org

Registered Nursing.ORG (2020). Nursing Programs: Can you declare a minor in

nursing? https://www.registerednursing.org/declare-minor-nursing/

## EDUC 742 Discussion: Case Study Assignment Instructions Overview Discussion: Case Studies are

EDUC 742

Discussion: Case Study Assignment Instructions

Overview

Discussion: Case Studies are collaborative learning experiences. You will read the assigned case studies and respond to the questions listed. The case studies present real life scenarios in the areas of educational leadership and public relations. You will have the opportunity to apply research and your own experiences when responding to the questions in the case studies.

Instructions

Initial response must be at least 750 words with a one paragraph response to each of the questions listed. The two replies must be at least 300 words each.

APA format.

At least two citations in the initial response and one citation in a reply.

Acceptable sources include the textbook, the Bible, peer reviewed journal articles, etc.

## Discussion 3 Classmate #1 ( G.P.) 1. What type of qualitative approach

Discussion 3 Classmate #1 ( G.P.)

1. What type of qualitative approach did the researcher use?

The qualitative approach the researcher used was the phenomenological approach. The phenomenological method, as described by , is a process of understanding and evaluating the human experience by way of in depth discourse and interaction with the individuals sharing these life experiences. During the 90 minute session, observers noted both non-verbal and verbal interactions amongst the groups to “explore fathers’ attitude, beliefs and experiences regarding communication with their children’s weight, diet, and physical activity…”  (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 138, 142).

2. What type of sampling method did the researcher use? Is it appropriate for the study?

In the study, the researchers organized three focus groups consisting of 24 fathers of different ethnic groups (African Americans, Latinos, and Caucasians) (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 138 ). All the fathers had children either 12 years old or younger (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 138 ).  The fathers came from various educational backgrounds, with the Caucasian fathers all having college degrees. (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 140).  I believe it was partially appropriate for the study, but I believe the participants should have been equally divided on the basis of race, and all groups should have had the equivalent type of educational backgrounds to maintain consistency (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 140).

3. Was the data collection focused on human experiences?

Yes, the data collection was focused on the human experience. The fathers discussed the collective feeling of being overlooked by healthcare professionals in favor of the mothers when discussing their children’s healthcare (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p.139). The fathers also shared the need to have an initial trusting relationship between them and the healthcare provider, and if a provider does not establish this, the fathers were adamant about terminating the relationship with the provider and finding another one (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p.141). The fathers also expressed sincere interest in their children’s healthcare and discussed ways to educate themselves and their children on the importance of healthy living (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p.141). The study data collection also provided insight on the subjects’ different ethnicities and their unique perception on the importance of their children’s healthcare, and issues involving the family-provider relationship (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p.142).

4. Was issues of protection of human subjects addressed?

Yes, the issues of the protection of human subjects were addressed. All participants were required to sign consent forms and they received a monetary reward of \$20 (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 138). This was study was vetted and ultimately approved by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill institutional review board (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 138).

5. Did the researcher describe data saturation?

Data saturation is described as the time when a significant range of topics have been discussed until no new insights are extracted and the information becomes redundant ( LoBiondo-Wood & Haber, 2018, p. 107). The researchers did describe data saturation during the discussion section of the study by noting that the sample size was small in order to provide meaningful information that may otherwise be redundant in much larger sample size groups (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 142).

6. What procedure for collecting data did the researcher use?

The researchers formulated a discussion guide based on the opinions of parents and medical experts and researchers (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 139). They used this discussion guide to format the focus studies, note takers observed the participants and audio was recorded (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 138).

7. What strategies did the researcher use to analyze the data?

The researchers summarized the findings of the focus groups by separating the discussion outcomes into three themes: “fathers are involved, receptivity to health care providers’ advice/information about their children’s weight,diet and physician activity, and suggestions to improve provider-parent interactions when discussing children’s weight diet and physical activity” (Lowenstein et al., 2013, pgs. 138, 139) this was based on the discussion guide prompts and questions, and the questions listed on the respondent demographic characteristics table (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 140). The discussion group with English speakers was transcribed word for word to assess that all communication was accounted for (Lowenstein et al., p. 138). The researchers also constructed a codebook based upon all the sources of information gathered from the focus groups (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 138).

8. Does the researcher address credibility (can you appreciate the truth of the patient’s experience), auditability (can you follow the researcher’s thinking, does the research document the research process) and fittingness are the results meaningful, is analysis strategy compatible with the purpose of the study) of the data?

Yes, I believe the researcher addresses credibility of the participants’ experience by allowing for the free flow of discussion amongst the different groups. Judging by the excerpts of the fathers’ commentary, they appeared to speak quite openly about their positive and negative feelings regarding issues that surround their childrens’ healthcare and their experiences with healthcare providers (Lowenstein et al., 2013, pgs 139, 141). In the discussion section, the researchers noted that there may be some “social desirability bias” as the participants were aware that they were in an observed environment and may have wanted to communicate their thoughts in a largely positive way to please the researchers (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 142).

Yes, I believe the researcher addresses auditability, the discussion guide was developed by various experts in their particular field which provided detailed and comprehensive open ended questions (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 138).

Yes, I believe the researcher addresses fittingness because the “faithfulness to participants’ everyday reality” (LoBiondo-Wood & Haber, 2018, p. 119). The questionnaire provided thoughtful questions that the participants would experience on a regular basis in regards to their experience with healthcare providers and the problems surrounding childhood obesity ((Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 138-140)

9.  What is your cosmic question? (This is a question you ask your peers to respond to based on the chapter discussed in class this week i.e. Qualitative studies).

Do you believe altering or expanding the sample selection would have a different response outcome?

References

LoBiondo-Wood, G., & Haber, J. (2017). Nursing research: Methods and critical appraisal for evidence-based practice (9th ed.). Mosby.

Lowenstein, L. M., Perrin, E. M., Berry, D., Vu, M. B., Pullen Davis, L., Cai, J., Tzeng, J. P., & Ammerman, A. S. (2013). Childhood obesity prevention: fathers’ reflections with healthcare providers. Childhood Obesity, 9(2), 137–143.

Classmate #2 (M.M)

Discussion Forum 3: Critiquing Qualitative Research

In the article, Childhood Obesity Prevention, the qualitative approach used is the phenomenological method.  I chose this method because the purpose of this study was to explain and understand the feelings of fathers within the African American, Caucasian, and Latino communities on childhood obesity as well as their perception of how interaction with their health care provider goes. (Lowenstein et al., 2013, pgs. 137-138).

Sampling

The sampling methods used as stated in the article are community versus clinic sampling, purposive sampling. (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 142). I believe the samples were appropriate to use for the study because the community versus clinic sampling is between those specific cultures and how they deal with the health of their children and the accounts they have experienced with the health care providers.  According to chapter 6 Qualitative Approaches to Research in Nursing research – E-Book: Methods and Critical appraisal for evidence-based practice, “members of the sample either are living the experience the researcher studies or have lived the experience in their past.” (LoBiondo-Wood et al., 2014, p. 106). With data saturation, there was a statement made in the article that says, “our findings echo previous research regarding parents’, consisting of mainly mothers, experiences with health care providers about their children’s weight, diet, and physical activity.” (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 142). This statement according to the definition of data saturation, they have reached a point where the information is becoming repetitive and no new information is emerging. (LoBiondo-Wood et al., 2014, p. 107)

Data Collection and Analysis11

The data collection that was gathered is focused on the father’s experiences with the healthcare providers in reference to childhood obesity.  It is also focused on the father’s and how they perceive the information that is being discussed about their child’s health with the provider is communicated. (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 138). The father’s experiences stem from them being in the presence of these providers and not being acknowledged if the mother is there, or they felt like the providers thought they were “bad parents or judged” (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 139) which placed barriers to the communication process.  The issue of protection was discussed briefly that the participants signed an informed consent as well as the research being backed by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill institutional review board. (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 138). This ensures that the participants know exactly what is always happening and that any personal information will not be used for any other purposes.

The last subject on data collection I would like to discuss is that the procedures used were focus group discussions, and multiple-choice surveys that were created from the discussion guides.  (Lowenstein et al., 2013, pgs. 138-139) The discussion guide was put together by a panel of experts who were well versed in community health.  With the background of the research staff, they used this information to put together a survey modeled to the culture of the participants.  The focus groups discussed different areas pertaining to childhood obesity and comfortability with the health care providers to discuss these subjects.  To analyze the data, the researchers used open coding, memos, and transcription. The researchers gathered all the data from the audio recordings, note takers, bilingual facilitators, and the qualitative software program. (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 138).  Once the data was gathered, the researchers deciphered the information to ensure nothing was taken out of context.  Using the software program was a way to keep all the information in an organized method as to not lose any of the feeling on the subject.

Authenticity and Trustworthiness of Data.

There is credibility used within the article because there are direct quotes used to get the participants view across.  (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 139-140).  You can tell that the fathers felt ignored during visits if the mothers were present or that the health care provider did not stress the urgency of the children’s weight, diet, and physical activity.  If I had to recreate this study, I believe it can be done.  The researchers were able to capture the father’s points of view and compare them to a previous study with Latino mothers and fathers. (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 137-138). By giving the readers a Table that shows questions asked to prompt discussion and their responses, it allowed me to follow the research data and experiences. (Lowenstein et al., 2013, p. 139-140). The results of this qualitative study left me with the feeling that it would be beneficial in this scenario to use levels of prevention.  This way the families will be better informed at the primary level with education to the tertiary level with diet changes and exercise regimens.  This research can guide the discussion between health care providers and the families they encounter and begin a different approach to giving quality patient care where each family member whether it be mother, or father feels valued.

My cosmic question is based on the methods of qualitative research methods.  Did you have a hard time in choosing which method to use between the Phenomenological and Ethnographic method and why?  I will say that I did go back and forth between the two because though there are different cultures involved, was the article specific to the cultures or was it specific to the feelings between the cultures?

References

LoBiondo-Wood, G., Haber, J., Toles, M., & Barroso, J. (2014). Qualitative Approaches to Research. In Nursing research – E-Book: Methods and Critical appraisal for evidence-based practice (9th ed., pp. 104–107). essay, Mosby.

Lowenstein, L. M., Perrin, E. M., Berry, D., Vu, M. B., Pullen Davis, L., Cai, J., Tzeng, J. P., & Ammerman, A. S. (2013). Childhood obesity prevention: Fathers’ reflections with healthcare providers. Childhood Obesity, 9(2), 137–143. https://doi.org/10.1089/chi.2012.0111

## The Universal Nursing Code of Ethics is followed by all nurses. Nurses

The Universal Nursing Code of Ethics is followed by all nurses. Nurses must follow the code by doing no harm, adhering to the principles of fidelity, loyalty, veracity, beneficence, autonomy, and remaining within their scope of practice. Although the code has specific principles that it adheres to, it serves more as a guideline. As a result, each case is subjected to a variety of ethical approaches and interpretations. Despite the fact that the code is a statement of nurses’ moral duties and obligations, it is not a legal document (Fowler, 2016).

The prescriptive authority of an APRN is determined by the state in which they are licensed to practice. The prescription authority granted varies by state. Some may be able to prescribe on their own, while others may be required to work with a physician. To prescribe a medication, there must be a documented provider-patient relationship, a history of their diagnosis, and depending on whether the medication is a controlled substance, frequent visits to monitor for abuse (Rosenthal & Burchum, 2021).

It is also frowned upon to write prescriptions for friends and family (Rosenthal & Burchum, 2021). Before writing a prescription for a controlled substance, APRNs and physicians must both review the Prescription Monitoring Program (Phillips, 2020).

Based on the information presented above, the prescribing APRN made a mistake by prescribing a narcotic to her husband. The fact that they are thinking about prescribing narcotics without documentation raises a red flag. However, before reporting the APRN, it is prudent to ensure that the facts are correct.

References:

Fowler, M. D. M. (2016). Guide to nursing’s social policy statement: Understanding the profession from social contract to social covenant. Silver Spring, MD: American Nurses Association.

Phillips, S. J. (2020). 32nd Annual APRN Legislative Update: Improving access to high-quality, safe, and effective healthcare. The Nurse Practitioner, 45(1), 28-55.

??Rosenthal, L. D., & Burchum, J. R. (2021). Lehne’s Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Practice Nurses and Physician Assistants. Elsevier.

## Engineering Question

Hello, this assignment is basically about a project that have to be done with my group. My group did split the work between us but as a first draft my part was off a lot and it needed to be edited and be more related to the topic
the topic is building/improving the community garden at our University which San jose state uniMy parts were to write The need of the project and The executive summary which I failed in writing the executive summary and here were I need you to write an executive summary and I need you to review and fix The need of the project and if you can add more you can. I will provide my paper so please read it carefully as well as the Instruction of how to write the executive summary and the need of the project and it parts please only follow these instruction. Also please don’t use any other/ out side sources that are not provided in the paper because these we submitted them as our only references. at first I wrote it more related to urban communities and then I changed to be related to sjsu community please make sure it is related to the SJSU communityI’ll also provide you my professor comments please follow them as much as you canalso revise it for clarityJust revise the need of the project and itsparts because these are my parts the other one juust provided them to give an idea of the project
professor comments”Basically, it looks like you have blended your introduction and your executive summary together in your paper.””I do not see the magnitude of the need addressed in your paper. I also don’t see what the 21st Century needs are. What are the gaps at SJSU that your proposal will fill? Your sustainable solutions section is written with more clarity than your other sections. I can understand a majority of this section.” “Most of your work will need revision for clarity.”
1page and the revising part

## Writing Question

need some help with my paperwork is about writing a unified and coherent response to the article. Including a brief summary of the main points of the article and a thesis statement that states your opinion also Including one quotation and two paraphrases from the article in your response. using correct citation. [5 paragraphs]
plus some easy questions about antonyms and Sequence of Tenses.
see the file attached, read it carefully a get it complete please.
if you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask thanks.

## Music Appreciation 110

Evaluation Paper
You will write a paper that focuses on an evaluation of music. You must discuss these things:
A topical discussion on what makes music “good” or “bad”, in your opinions.You must reference 2 articles previously discussed in this class (see READINGS). Mention by name in the paper, include in Bibliography.
You must reference at least one scholarly outside source.Scholarly – it should at least be a step-up from some random person’s Facebook post J

Support your claims. I suggest playing “devil’s advocate” with yourself, and take the alternative stance until your paper is well-supported.

Choose a piece of music that you believe to be “good”Research the musician and/or composerDo not provide a biography of the composer, unless it fits in with your claims.

An analysis of the musical elements for the piece (melody, range, timbre, instrumentation, etc)
Support your claims. WHY did you choose this piece?

Choose a piece of music that you believe to be “bad”Research the musician, band, and/or composerDo not provide a biography of the composer, unless it fits in with your claims.

An analysis of the musical elements for the piece (melody, range, timbre, instrumentation etc)
Support your claims. WHY did you choose this piece?

## 1500 words for 6G Networks

The objective of this study is to help you build the skills necessary to do an in-depth study and analysis of a
industry-driven networking topic. A list of case study topics and a short summary are given below. For some
case studies, a link to a reference is also given.
Here’s what you need to do:
• Select a topic from the list. All the topics are on the latest areas in networking. In order to ensure that
there is a good random distribution among topics, you will select the topic based on the last digit in your
Banner ID.
• Conduct a study on the topic by reading online resources. You will find good online resources from
company white papers and also by visiting the Dalhousie University Library website and surfing through
IEEE and ACM databases.
• Summarize and write a report based on your understanding of the topic, the latest research trends, and
the challenges.
• Submit the report on Brightspace in PDF form by Saturday, December 18th, 2020, 11.59 PM
Length of the report: 1500 words. (this will be approximately 3-4 pages single line spacing)
Place figures/diagrams on additional sheets at the end of the report.
Include citations in proper format at the end of the report.
Figures and citations are not included in the length of the report.
Flexibility in choosing the topic: There is some flexibility in choosing the topic. For instance, if you feel
strongly motivated to work in a specific area and/or this is an area in which you are considering your
next work term/placement, please make a case for it by sending me an email and I will let you choose
the alternate topic.
8. 6G Networks
5G is here, and industries have already set their eyes on the next generation of cellular networks –
6G. In this case study, you will survey the challenges, opportunities, design aspects and the
deployment of 6G networks. Here are some good articles:
A. Dogra, R. K. Jha and S. Jain, “A Survey on beyond 5G network with the advent of 6G: Architecture
and Emerging Technologies,” in IEEE Access, doi: 10.1109/ACCESS.2020.3031234.
Dang, S., Amin, O., Shihada, B. et al. What should 6G be?. Nat Electron 3, 20–29 (2020).
https://doi.org/10.1038/s41928-019-0355-6

## Analyze the idea of protecting citizens of the United States from terrorism

Analyze the idea of protecting citizens of the United States from terrorism and the need to protect the civil liberties and civil rights of its citizens. Can the nation do both while not sacrificing either? How do we assess the true tradeoffs between freedom and security?

You need to read these articles to respond to the questions above, please make sure to use your own words. You need to use at least one of these articles in your response but use your own word and say things like “based on this week’s reading… and () the article you got your information from.

https://scholarship.law.upenn.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1025&context=jlpa

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