The answers to the questions should include the legal analysis you used to reach

The answers to the questions should include the legal analysis you used to reach your conclusion. An answer of “yes” or “no” is not sufficient and no points will be given. The legal analysis is applying the legal concepts you learned in the textbook and applying them to the facts. Your answers to questions 3 and 4 should have at least 150 words. 1. Justin Bieber’s bakery owes Betty Crocker money but Bieber’s and the firm have no money. Betty Crocker claims James’s girlfriend, Beyonce, is a partner because she receives 20% of the profits. Is Beyonce a partner? Why or why not? 2. What if Beyonce were receiving 20% of the gross receipts, not 20% of the profits? 3. Discussion Question #3 (p. 851) 4. Discussion Question #5 (p. 851)

For this task, you will perform a WLAN site survey. Your task is to produce a ma

For this task, you will perform a WLAN site survey. Your task is to produce a map of (part of) a building that gives an overview of the wireless networks that are available, as well as an analysis of the network. What you will need: a WiFi-enabled laptop (some smartphones also work, see below), and a place to scan. You can perform a survey of your home, of an office space, of parts of the Monash campus, or inside a shopping centre. If you don’t own a suitable device that you could use for this activity, please try to borrow one from a friend, or contact us to figure out an alternative. This activity has two sub-tasks: a) Survey Create a map of the place you want to survey. A simple floorplan will be sufficient, it doesn’t have to be perfectly to scale. See the appendix for an example. Your survey should cover an area of at least 60 square meters (e.g. 6×10 meters, or 4×15, or two storeys of 6×5 each). Be creative – the survey can include hallways or outside areas. Be sure to take the analysis in part b) into account, by designing your survey to include walls, door etc. it will be easier to write something interesting in part b). Furthermore, your survey must include at least three WiFi access points. 5 These can be your own, but can also include neighbours’ APs. If you are scanning in a commercial area or on campus, you should be able to see enough APs. If you want, you can create an additional AP with a phone (using “Personal hotspot” or “Tethering” features). For the survey, use a WLAN sniffing tool (see below) at at least eight different locations on your map. For each location, record the technical characteristics of all visible APs. Depending on the scanning tool you use, you can record features such as the network name, MAC address, signal strength, signal to noise ratio (SNR), 802.11 version(s) supported, band (2.4 or 5 GHz) and channel(s) used. Add the data gathered from the survey into the map of the covered area. On the map you should indicate the location of the access points and the locations where you took measurements. For the access points, use the actual location if you know it, or an approximation based on the observed signal strength (e.g. if it’s your neighbour’s access point and you don’t know exactly where it is). For each measurement point, you can either add the characteristics directly into the map, or create a separate table with the details. You can submit several maps if you choose to enter data directly into the maps, or a single map if you use additional tables. Create the map yourself, do not use the mapping features available in some commercial (i.e., paid) WLAN sniffing tools. (15 marks) b) Write a report (word limit 600) on your observations analysing the data collected in the previous step. Your analysis should investigate the following aspects: • Channel occupancy: Are different access points competing on the same channels? Are they configured to use overlapping channels? Could the configuration be improved? (5 marks) • Interference from walls, doors etc.: How do different materials affect signal strength and/or noise? Can you notice a difference in attenuation for different APs? (5 marks) • Coverage: Do the access points sufficiently cover the desired area? Could the placement or configuration be improved? (5 marks) • Any other aspect of your own choice. Here are a few suggestions: o measure the attenuation caused by your own body o measure the download and upload speeds in different locations o determine the overlap that has been implemented to enable roaming o describe how you interpolated the locations of access points from the signal strengths Describe your findings and explain them with some technical detail (i.e., not only say what you found, but also how you performed the analysis or why you think the network is behaving that way). (5 marks) 6 Tools: You can use e.g. Acrylic Wifi (https://www.acrylicwifi.com/en/) for Windows, NetSpot (http://www.netspotapp.com) for Mac OS and Windows, and LinSSID or wavemon for Linux. If you have an Android smartphone, apps like Wifi Analyzer can also be used. On iOS, WiFi scanning apps do not provide enough detail, so iPhones won’t be suitable for this task. For drawing the site maps, any drawing tool should work, for example LucidChart, or even presentation tools such as PowerPoint, Keynote or Google Slides. Scans of handdrawn maps are acceptable if they are neat and easily readable.

MGT5OBR ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR Assessment 2: Individual Assignment The purpose

MGT5OBR ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR Assessment 2: Individual Assignment The purpose of this essay is to get you to prepare for the Organisational Behaviour group assignment (Assessment 3).Your task is to analyse two (2) key organisational behaviour theories, concepts or frameworks you intend to use in your group assignment. You may pick any theory, concept or framework covered in MGTSOBR Organisational Behaviour, either from the same or different modules. (If you are unsure, please discuss with your workshop facilitator).This assignment requires you to do research. Your task is to draw on organisational behaviour theory to critically analyse your chosen theories, concepts or frameworks.You need to analyse you chosen theories, concepts or frameworks in the context of organisational behaviour. Think along the lines of how these concepts may be used to help people and organisations achieve high performance levels and help ensure all organisation members achieve satisfaction from their task contributions and work experience.You need to: 1. Introduce. Briefly describe the two (2) CHOSEN theories, concepts or frameworks and your planned consideration/use of them in the context of the Assessment 3 Group Assignment. Also outline how you have structured the essay.2. Analyse and critically examine your first CHOSEN concept, theory or framework. Consider the pros and cons in order to come to a supported assessment and conclusion. Explain and clarify using concrete examples. Use organisational behaviour concepts, theory and frameworks in addressing this section.3. Analyse and critically examine your second CHOSEN concept, theory or framework. Consider the pros and cons in order to come to a supported assessment and conclusion. Explain and clarify using concrete examples. Use organisational behaviour concepts, theory and frameworks in addressing this section.4. Connect your two (2) CHOSEN concepts, theories or frameworks. Discuss the linkages you see between your CHOOSEN concepts. Explain and clarify your position with the use concrete examples. For example, if expectancy theory is your first CHOSEN concept and job satisfaction is your second CHOSEN concept, then how would expectancy theory help reduce the problems created by job dissatisfaction? Would job satisfaction help increase an employee, willingness to perform and, if so, which attitudes would be the most influential?).S. Conclude the discussion. Summarise key points made in the essay. 6. Provide a reference list. You need to use the APA 6th Referencing style. Asa general guide, section 2, section 3, and section 4 should be roughly equal in word count. The introduction and conclusion should each be approximately 10% of the length of the paper. You MUST consult and reference a minimum of eight (8) academic articles to support your analysis.

Brochure AssignmentKWB 213Corporate Writing and EditingBrochure Option in Writin

Brochure AssignmentKWB 213Corporate Writing and EditingBrochure Option in Writing Portfolio1. You can choose to produce(a) a totally new brochure, or(b) a revision of an existing brochure2. If you choose (a), then you will need to obtain information on the subject matter of your brochure from somewhere. For example, if you’re writing a brochure about selecting the right type of bicycle for the right age and gender of rider, you might go to a few bike shops and get written information. Alternatively, if you’re creating a public health brochure about hygienic food preparation in restaurants, you should check information from the Queensland Department of Health or the Brisbane City Council to find out more about this issue.You can, if you wish, create a brochure for an organisation or issue in which you are interested or invested in some way. That could be an issue (eg, effective recycling; where to find accommodation in Brisbane; tenants’ rights; eating organic food) or an event (eg, a local fete; a sporting event; a concert; a festival), or an organisation (a gaming club; a religious organisation; a writing group). Perhaps you have a real client in mind, such as a friend, family member, or acquaintance who has a business or service to promote? If so, sit down with that person and discuss what they want from their brochure, then continue to liaise with your client as the project progresses.3. If you choose (b), then you should find a brochure that you believe is poorly written and/or poorly designed. You should then re-work the brochure so that its message is conveyed more effectively. Please include a copy of the original brochure with your revised version.4. In choosing (a) or (b), assume that you are in a corporate situation and that you are presenting a proposed brochure to your colleagues, managers, or your clients. This means that a written explanation is needed to accompany your creation.In this explanation, you would state:i. who the client / organisation isii. what the brief is (i.e.,- why was the brochure commissioned)iii. who the target readership/audience is.In explaining your brochure, you would also highlight the elements of the brochure (eg, teaser panel; use of graphics; word count; choice of colour), as well as explaining your language choices, use of redundancy, and so on. You may also explain your distribution method, the size of your print run (if any), and other logistical features.Note that as you have not been taught DTP or similar as part of the unit, you are not expected to produce a finished product. You may, though, include a mock-up of your brochure to explain its features. A mock-up is most welcome, but not compulsory. Artistic ability is not a criterion (namely, there is no penalty for people who cannot draw).Due Date: 27 September, before 23:59Word Count: 1200–1500 words (including both the brochure copy and the commentary). Your brochure should have a word count of about 400 words, which makes 800–1100 words for your commentary.Submit where? Through the link under the Assessment menu on BBWeighting: 15% of your final grade

Brochure AssignmentKWB 213Corporate Writing and EditingBrochure Option in Writin

Brochure AssignmentKWB 213Corporate Writing and EditingBrochure Option in Writing Portfolio1. You can choose to produce(a) a totally new brochure, or(b) a revision of an existing brochure2. If you choose (a), then you will need to obtain information on the subject matter of your brochure from somewhere. For example, if you’re writing a brochure about selecting the right type of bicycle for the right age and gender of rider, you might go to a few bike shops and get written information. Alternatively, if you’re creating a public health brochure about hygienic food preparation in restaurants, you should check information from the Queensland Department of Health or the Brisbane City Council to find out more about this issue.You can, if you wish, create a brochure for an organisation or issue in which you are interested or invested in some way. That could be an issue (eg, effective recycling; where to find accommodation in Brisbane; tenants’ rights; eating organic food) or an event (eg, a local fete; a sporting event; a concert; a festival), or an organisation (a gaming club; a religious organisation; a writing group). Perhaps you have a real client in mind, such as a friend, family member, or acquaintance who has a business or service to promote? If so, sit down with that person and discuss what they want from their brochure, then continue to liaise with your client as the project progresses.3. If you choose (b), then you should find a brochure that you believe is poorly written and/or poorly designed. You should then re-work the brochure so that its message is conveyed more effectively. Please include a copy of the original brochure with your revised version.4. In choosing (a) or (b), assume that you are in a corporate situation and that you are presenting a proposed brochure to your colleagues, managers, or your clients. This means that a written explanation is needed to accompany your creation.In this explanation, you would state:i. who the client / organisation isii. what the brief is (i.e.,- why was the brochure commissioned)iii. who the target readership/audience is.In explaining your brochure, you would also highlight the elements of the brochure (eg, teaser panel; use of graphics; word count; choice of colour), as well as explaining your language choices, use of redundancy, and so on. You may also explain your distribution method, the size of your print run (if any), and other logistical features.Note that as you have not been taught DTP or similar as part of the unit, you are not expected to produce a finished product. You may, though, include a mock-up of your brochure to explain its features. A mock-up is most welcome, but not compulsory. Artistic ability is not a criterion (namely, there is no penalty for people who cannot draw).Due Date: 27 September, before 23:59Word Count: 1200–1500 words (including both the brochure copy and the commentary). Your brochure should have a word count of about 400 words, which makes 800–1100 words for your commentary.Submit where? Through the link under the Assessment menu on BBWeighting: 15% of your final grade