## 15 and n(1 – p) Which is half the width of the confidence interval

15 and n(1 – p) Which is half the width of the confidence interval. How Do We Choose the Sample Size for a Study? Suppose we want to construct a 95% confidence interval on p, where the margin of error, m, is selected prior to drawing the sample. T-table, p. A3 Confidence Level 80% df . . . 50 60 80 100 What sample size, n, is needed? Solve for n in m = 1.96 p(1 – p)/n ^ ^ to obtain n = p(1 – p)(1.96/m)2. How Do We Choose the Sample Size for a Study?

## Which of the following best describes the indirect ELISA test

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3. Which of the following best describes the indirect ELISA test?
A. It is used to detect the presence of a specific antibody in a sample using a known antigen.
B. It is used to detect the presence of a specific antigen in a sample using a known antigen.
C. It is used to detect the presence of a pathogen’s DNA in a sample.
D. It relies on cultivation of the target microbe from the patient or sample.
E. It is used to determine whether a pathogen is Gram negative or Gram positive.
4. Which of the following is an example of a lymphocyte?
A. Red blood cells
B. Platelets
C. Neutrophils
D. Macrophages
E. B cells
5. Which of the following is an important virulence factor for Staphylococcus aureus?
A. Hyaluronidase
B. Coagulase
C. Exfoliative toxins A and B
D. All of the above
E. None of the above
6. How is fusion of the lysosome with the phagosome important in phagocytosis?
A. Fusion helps to expel the pathogen from the phagocytic cell.
B. This fusion forms the phagolysosome and exposes phagosome contents to digestive enzymes and
antimicrobial chemicals.
C. Fusion aids in recognition of the pathogen.
D. Fusion helps the phagocytic cell to avoid destruction by other host cells.
E. Fusion allows the pathogen to survive within the phagocytic cell, and is an important virulence factor
in all pathogens.
7. Why is biofilm formation important for both dental caries and periodontal disease?
A. It prevents growth of all microbes except the pathogen.
B. It allows for generation of anaerobic environments that promote production of acid and/or growth of
strict anaerobes.
C. It prevents generation of anaerobic environments and favors growth of strict aerobes which are
responsible for acid production and pathogenesis in these diseases.
D. It allows for better spread of the causative agents of these diseases from one host to another.
8. Which of the following processes involves small changes in the hemagglutinin (H) and neuraminidase
(N) antigens due to point mutations and is most responsible for the need to produce a new vaccine for
the influenza virus each year?
A. antigenic drift
B. antigenic shift
C. reverse transcription
D. B cell activation
E. autoimmunity
9. Exchange of segments of the RNA genome from two different influenza viruses that infect the same
host can result in ______________, potentially causing large changes in the virus that can result in
pandemic strains.
A. antigenic drift
B. antigenic shift
C. reverse transcription
D. B cell activation
E. autoimmunity
10. Several anti-retroviral drugs such as AZT target the enzyme ____________ and thereby prevent
conversion of the HIV RNA genome to DNA, a necessary step in the infection cycle of this virus.
A. protease
B. staphylokinase
C. reverse transcriptase
D. RNA primase
E. coagulase

## Because of expenses, the new product development stages for convenience goods

1. Because of expenses, the new product development stages for convenience goods
should be reduced to idea generation, screening, and then, product development and commercialization (national roll-out). The savings (from streamlining the development process) will be used in an exorbitant, initial pull promotion campaign. After that, coupons will be offered every third week. With the pull strategy and couponing, the consumer will view the brand and product category as synonymous. Do you agree or disagree with this strategy? Why or why not?
2. “Marketing research is vital for the evaluation of a sound marketing strategy.”
Explain this statement. Also discuss its objectives, various stages involved in the marketing research process and how is it different from Marketing Information system

## ATTACHED IS THE PLAGERISM REPORT AND ORIGINAL ASSIGNMENT (REVISE, OR RE-WRITE)

NEED AN ORIGINAL DOCUMENT
ATTACHED IS THE PLAGERISM REPORT AND ORIGINAL ASSIGNMENT (REVISE, OR RE-WRITE)
Assignment 2: Working Ahead: Required Assignment—Workforce 2020 Executive Report
This assignment will help you prepare for the next module’s assignment about Workforce 2020. Workforce 2020 refers to the type of workforce leaders are likely to encounter in 2020. The concept refers to the workforce that will emerge from trends such as increased globalization and diversity, more extensive use of technology, and the use of non-traditional staff such as more contractors and other “just-in-time” assets.
For this assignment, you will need to consider trends in leadership and organizational structure, for example, the move toward a more participative leadership style and a more networked organizational structure.
Identify an organization of your choice. This could be your current employer. It could even be a hypothetical organization or that of one of your peers. Be sure you have access to information about the organization and about the industry the organization is in. We would suggest choosing an organization and industry that are changing so that you can explore strategies for change management.
Research on that organization, and then respond to the following:
Describe the organization you have chosen. Please include the name and a short description of the organization’s products or services.
How does the organization motivate its employees? Describe any programs or methods they use to motivate workers. If the organization does not have any employee motivational strategies, suggest some strategies that you think will be effective.
Describe the current state of the organization’s workforce dynamic. Is its workforce growing? Is it changing? How is it changing and why?
What are some of the workforce trends that this organization needs to address? What similar organizations can be used as a benchmark?
What are some of the industry trends that are affecting the organization overall? Is the industry growing, or declining?
Write your initial response in 3–5 pages in Word format. Apply APA standards to citation of sources. Use the following file naming convention: LastnameFirstInitial_M4_A2.doc.
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## A scientist discovers a new plant that has vascular tissue and produces seeds

A scientist discovers a new plant that has vascular tissue and produces seeds. It has brightly colored, scented flowers. What type of plant did the scientist discover? How might this plant be pollinated, and what would lead you to draw that conclusion?

## The colossal task of keeping the body safe from outside and inside attacks of , virus, and other nasty creatures belongs to the immune system

The colossal task of keeping the body safe from outside and inside attacks of , virus, and other nasty creatures belongs to the immune system.
Your skin and mucous membranes are the first line of defense between invaders entering through the skin or through openings in the body.
A second line of defense exists inside the body to challenge those that make it through the first line of defense.
Sounds more like a war strategy and it is. That’s how your body treats anything that isn’t supposed to be there.
The immune system is the third line of defense. It consists of agents that target specific antigens. An antigen is that which can be identified as foreign or nonself. It can be the toxin from an insect sting, pollen, or molecules from a bacteria .
Once an antigen is noted, a response will be made that will be as rapid as possible. Sometimes it can be rather intense with high fevers,
The last part of the immune response is to remember the antigen that tried to do this. It will be ready with a much, much quicker response next time.

## I will pay for the following article Ing-minske procedure/ amino acid protection/ nucleotide analogues/ stereochemistry/ regioselectivity

I will pay for the following article Ing-minske procedure/ amino acid protection/ nucleotide analogues/ stereochemistry/ regioselectivity. The work is to be 4 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. The protecting groups are used to prevent polymerization of amino acids, in which each amino acid is not protected. Polymerization is a common reaction, due to excessive use of amino acids to ensure coupling during each synthesis phase. As a result, a series of deprotection phases are added to the synthesis process which takes the following form:
t- Boc protecting group: This group requires more number of acid stable groups for side chain protection in orthogonal strategies. It was most commonly used to protect the terminal amine of the peptide being synthesized. This group can be added to amino acids with t-Boc anhydride and a suitable base. It reduces aggregation of peptides during synthesis.[1][11]
Fmoc protecting group: It is currently being most widely used in the iterative synthesis of a peptide from amino acid units. It is usually removed from the N-terminus of the peptide during iterative synthesis. It is also cleaved under very mild basic conditions and is stable under acidic conditions. Fmoc group is preferred over BOC due to ease of cleavage, but it is less atom-economical.
Nucleoside analogs are replications of natural nucleosides. They prevent the production of new virus, when incorporated into virus DNA or RNA, during virus replication. The nucleoside analogues replace the natural nucleosides to block the completion of the viral DNA chain when they infect a new cell by HIV. They inhibit reverse transcriptase, hence are called nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors. And unlike natural nucleosides that are active only in cells that can produce the drug by a process called phosphorylation, nucleoside analogues are active in their native form. They are active against HIV for a wider range of infected cells. [8]
1) Binding and Fusion:- Blocked by entry inhibitors.

## Just need a paragraph opinionated answer

Just need a paragraph opinionated answer.
Many other democracies such as Denmark, Italy, and Australia, have a higher voting turnout than the United States. Some of those countries have automatic universal registration and more extended voting periods. Some have mandatory voting. Watch the following video and read the following articles concerning voting in the United States and around the world.
Why Do American’s Vote on Tuesday?
US GAO – Elections: Views on Implementing Federal Elections on Weekends
PodCast on implementing Federal Elections on Weekends
Worldwide Voting Standards
Would it be a good idea to have automatic universal registration of voters, extended voting periods and/or mandatory voting in this country? Explain. Would it be a good idea to move election day to a weekend? Explain.What should Americans be more concerned about voter turnout or voter fraud? Which is more of a threat to democracy? Your discussion posting should show evidence that you read and understood the materials presented.