Learning Goal: I’m working on a economics question and need support to help me l

Learning Goal: I’m working on a economics question and need support to help me learn.PRIORITISE TOP TUTORThe a-s-s-e-s-s-m-e-n-t will be 1500words long. Please see the questions shown in the screenshot. I will send you all info after hired, eg PPTs, student access etc. Please send a draft in 12hrs-1 day time, day 2, and day 3 as well. + Will need to to draft some questions to ask the teacher and revise base on feedback (Send bk ard in 1 day max)
Requirements: 1500 words

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The topic addresses the disposal of our technology devices and gadgets. Next, re

The topic addresses the disposal of our technology devices and gadgets.
Next, read the following:
Guide to Greener Electronics 2017 (Greenpeace.org) (Links to an external site.)
Samsung and Greenpeace: what you need to know about e-waste (The Guardian) (Links to an external site.)
Case Study Questions
Define the e-waste problem. What is happening and why is this an issue? What can manufacturers do to improve the situation (health, hazardous materials, recycling, refuse, etc.)?
Guidelines and notes (read this 2-3 times):
Formatting and content:
The length of the response should be 4-5 paragraphs (about 400 words or up to 1.5 pages maximum). Do not write more than 1.5 pages of text.
Use 1″ margins.
Use Times New Roman, 12 pt font.
Double line space.
Indent the first line of each new paragraph by .5″.
One space follows the closing punctuation of each sentence.
Cite a minimum of two references in the body of the essay:
When we refer to ideas or use quotes from the sources, it is necessary to cite the source. Basically, this involves providing the author last name and date at the end of the sentence. See Purdue Online Writing Lab for examples. (Links to an external site.)
Not sure if you need to cite a source? Refer to this Plagiarism Prevention Flowchart (indstate.edu) diagram. (Links to an external site.)
Longer quotes need to be avoided in this short 1.5-page paper. Use your words to make your points.
Strongly recommended: Before turning in your essay, double-check your paper for originality and citation infringement. Your final draft will be screened for originality and plagiarism.
Listing references:
When you cite a reference, it must be listed on your references page, which is a new page added after the last page of the essay. Also, all listed references need to have at least one in-text citation in the body of the paper.
Follow current APA formatting (Purdue Online Writing Lab). (Links to an external site.)
Citation Machine (Links to an external site.) – is an online resource generator.

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PLEASE FOLLOW DIRECTIONS 2nd time I’ve had to get this assignment done! You are

PLEASE FOLLOW DIRECTIONS 2nd time I’ve had to get this assignment done!
You are a municipal budget analyst. Using your favorite search engine, locate the budget of a municipality that has completed a petition to file bankruptcy. Some examples include Detroit, Michigan; Stockton, California; Central Falls, Rhode Island; San Bernardino, California; Prichard, Alabama; and Vallejo, California.
Develop your case study findings and recommendations consisting of no less than 500 words in which you discuss the following:
Briefly describe the municipality’s demographics.
Evaluate the previous three-year trend of the municipality’s major revenue sources and expenditures.
Analyze the impact of the issues contributing to the municipality’s budget deficiencies.
Propose three alternative financing options.
This was the feedback I got from the professor:
For this assignment, you were asked to find the budget of a municipality that has filed of bankruptcy. Then, you were asked to describe the municipality’s demographics, do some trend analysis and analyze contributory issues. You were also asked to propose three alternative financing options.
You have picked Rhode Island, which is a state and not a municipality (City, County, etc.) and which does not meet the criteria for the assignment. I will open up another attempt and you can resubmit here before the due date with an appropriate municipality.

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Need code for a python program that will read from a file (attached) and tell wh

Need code for a python program that will read from a file (attached) and tell whether the the data in the file are magic squares or not. Assignment instructions below, full assignment details in files attached. Write a program to determine whether a series of square squares are magic or not. The input will come from a file magic.txt. The first line of input for each square specifies the size of the square (number of rows and columns). The square elements follow, one row per line. The end of the data is indicated by -1. You should use separate functions to compute the sum of the rows, the sum of the columns, and the sum of the diagonals.

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As I enter the classroom, I knew I was different. I was the small petite boy we

As I enter the
classroom, I knew I was different. I was
the small petite boy wearing these blue frame glasses with a twin sister. I had never been away from my twin sister, however, this school year the principal thought it was in the best interest
that we need a separate classroom. Adjusting to school with structured activities
and schedules was difficult for me because sitting still was not for me and my
brain needed constancy movement.
I remember my
second-grade teacher getting up upset with me because I could not remember my
sight words once it was presented in a book.
Around this time, my mother had me in and out of the doctor’s office
trying to figure out why I was struggling in school. It was frustrating to have to do all those
developmental assessments and why did the other kids made fun of me when I
stumbled ad stuttered trying to interpret the words on paper. I felt angry and
frustrated, I hated going to school. Of course, the teacher’s solution was to
retain me. Thank god, my mother fought
back.
I think back to
that crazy summer in between second grade and third grade. My mother had me with every reading coach and
tutor that she could afford in the Charlotte area. One of the coolest things,
about that summer, was that one of my reading tutor’s office was inside a barn.
It’s was nice being in nature with the animals, trying to learn how to
read. I just wanted to imagine that one of
the horses could read to me like Mister Ed from the TV Show that I remember
watching with my mother once.
It was not until mid-July of 2012, that my
life changed forever. My mother had applied for my sister and I to go to Union
Academy, a charter school. I remember my
mother picking us up from summer camp and explained that we had less than 24
hours before we started our new school.
Union Academy changed my life forever.
I remember walking
into Mrs. Kothera’s third-grade class still being one of the smallest boys in
class however, it was my fresh start and maybe I could hide my learning
disability. Mrs. Kothera was a senior
teacher and took me under her wings. She instilled the confidence I need in
myself. Since I had no trouble with
math and at that time was ahead of the class in Math. She would call upon me to
show the class, how to do a math problem. Over the next year, I learned how to persevere
through my challenges.
I remember going into Middle School, I had to complete intelligence tests. Have you ever had
to complete an intelligence test? It’s
the most borings thing in life. Having
to sit there and answer questions after questions. The results were the same as the prior years,
that reading and writing I was below average and math/problem-solving skills
were above average. I remember feeling
disappointed that I was still coming out below average in reading. All my hard work, and still no change in my
score.
My disability has
brought challenges but over the years. I don’t think I would change anything
about myself. It’s still struggling with reading and writing, and I had to work
twice as hard to utilize accommodation to be a successful student. My mother always told me that my learning
disability does not define me and who I may become. I can tell you that it
has taught me perseverance, endurance, and resilience. You know if life was easy, I would never learn
those things. All the obstacles I have had over the years have made me who I am,
to never give up on myself and my dreams.
One day, I hope to
run into that second-grade teacher that didn’t believe in me and I can be able
to say that I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 2026
and that I’m working for a big successful engineering firm.

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