What is plagiarism? What does it mean to recycle writing assignments?

  
1. What is plagiarism?
2. What does it mean to recycle writing assignments?
3. Go to the course syllabus. Explain the policy on plagiarism & recycling.
4. Find the sentence that is plagiarized in the passage. In other words, find the sentence that needs an in-text citation. Provide a possible in-text citation for the sentence that is plagiarized.
5. Choose a sentence in the passage. Rewrite the sentence & and intentionally plagiarize it.  Explain how you plagiarized the sentence. Explain why it is a plagiarized sentence. 

How systems play roles in working toward social justice through Liberation Theology.

 
Instructions
Write a 3 – 5 page double-spaced 12 point Arial or New Times Roman font with one inch margins paper which responds to the following:
How systems play roles in working toward social justice through Liberation Theology.
Describe how you understand liberation theologies. 20%
Make sure to connect
Class Theatre of the Oppressed activities. Counts for 20% of total grade.
Class readings (including themes and vocabulary presented). Make sure to include text name and page number. Counts for 20% of total grade.
Your community service/ social justice work. Counts for 20% of total grade.
Systemic analysis integrated into the above aspects counts for 20% of total grade.

Identify a technology that uses quantum mechanics.

 
Imagine you are a writer for Physics Today (or insert whatever physics pop journal you wish), and you are to create a travel vlog for your an overseas trip. In your presentation, your editor wants you to include all relative physics concepts that you encounter in your journey.
For the heart of the presentation, your editor has deemed it essential to address the following core issues and questions:

Identify physics principles in various real-world examples.
Identify the use of the scientific method in a modern physical problem.
Identify the use of classical physics principles in relation to a real life situation.
Identify physics principles in various real-world examples, and connect to your own experience.
Identify physics principles in various real-world examples and modern technology.
Identify a technology that uses quantum mechanics, and connect to your own experience.

Explore the physical principles of classical physics.

Explore the physical principles of classical physics.

Instructions
In a two-page paper, identify the classical physics principles contained within the following scenario.  (See instructions below)
Explain how these principals connect to work done by Galileo or Newton. 
Finally, consider the different fields in which Galileo and Newton did research, and give an example of one of these fields in use in your life. 
For instance, Newton developed the field of optics. If you wear glasses or contact lenses, you are using Newton’s physical optics theories every day. Aside from glasses or contacts, how do the theories of Newton or Galileo affect you in your daily life?

Scenario
Mandy took a trip to Rome, Italy. She gazed out over the open ocean 20,000 feet below as her airplane began its descent to her final destination. She could watch the Sun setting in the west. Over the Eastern horizon peeked a full moon, just rising, displaying its cratered face. As the plane neared the ground, Mandy could not help but think that she was in a giant metal object hurtling through the sky. Without the specific shape of its wings, the plane would fall to the ground no differently than a large metal projectile.

Explore how the development of the scientific method impacts our worldview.

Explore how the development of the scientific method impacts our worldview.
Instructions
Identify a current problem in physics by searching for news articles and current events. One reputable source of news in physics is Phys.org. 

Choose one article, and in two pages, describe how the scientific method is being used to solve the problem mentioned in the article. 
Identify the initial observations that identified the problem, the hypothesis, tests, and any revisions of the original hypothesis. 
Cite the article in APA format as well as other references you might use.

List describe and explain at least four (4) types of biometric devices .

 
Biometrics is rapidly gaining acceptance as the technology that can meet the ever-increasing need for security in critical applications. Write a 400-600 word paper discussing the following:
What is biometrics characteristics?
List describe and explain at least four (4) types of biometric devices and how can they enhance organizations physical security.
Please respond to at least two classmates’ posts with no less than 100 words each.

The Laws of Thermodynamics

i have an online course physics 2 with the following subjects if someone can do it 

The Laws of Thermodynamics

Work and Heat in Thermodynamic Processes
The First Law of Thermodynamics
Some Applications of the First Law of Thermodynamics
Molecular Model of an Ideal Gas
Molar Specific Heat of an Ideal Gas
Adiabatic Processes for an Ideal Gas
Heat Engines and the Second Law of Thermodynamics
Heat Pumps and Refrigerators
Reversible and Irreversible Processes
The Carnot Engine
Gasoline and Diesel Engines
Entropy
Changes in Entropy for Thermodynamic Systems
Entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics

Optics

The Nature of Light
Reflection and Refraction
Measurements of the Speed of Light
The Ray Approximation in Ray Optics
Analysis Model: Wave under Reflection
Analysis Model: Wave under Refraction
Huygen’s Principle
Dispersion
Total Internal Reflection

Mirrors and Lenses

Images Formed by Flat Mirrors
Images Formed by Spherical Mirrors
Images Formed by Refraction
Images Formed by Thin Lenses
Lens Aberrations
The Camera
The Eye
The Simple Magnifier
The Compound Microscope
The Telescope

Wave Optics

Young’s Double-Slit Experiment
Analysis Model: Waves in Interference
Change of Phase Due to Reflection
Interference in Thin Films
Introduction to Diffraction Patterns
Diffraction Patterns from Narrow Slits
Resolution of Single-Slit and Circular Aperatures
The Diffraction Grating
Polarization of Light Waves

Relativity

Special Relativity
The Principle of Galilean Relativity
The Michelson-Morley Experiment
Einstein’s Principle of Relativity
Consequences of the Special Theory of Relativity
The Lorentz Transformation Equations
The Lorentz Velocity Transformation Equations
Relativistic Linear Momentum
Relativistic Energy
The General Theory of Relativity

Quantum Physics

The Photelectric Effect
The Compton Effect
The Nature of Electromagnetic Waves
The Wave Properties of Particles
The Double-Slit Experiment Revisited
The Uncertainty Principle

Atomic Physics

Atomic Spectra of Gases
Early Models of the Atom
Bohr’s Model of the Hydrogen Atom
The Quantum Model of the Hydrogen Atom
The Wave Function for Hydrogen

Nuclear Physics

Some Properties of Nuclei
Nuclear Binding Energy
Nuclear Models
Radioactivity
The Decay Processes
Natural Radioactivity
Nuclear Reactions
Interactions Involving Neutrons
Nuclear Fission
Nuclear Reactors
Nuclear Fusion
Radiation Damage