Undergraduate

Character Traits and Work Ethic

1. Which character traits associated with a strong work ethic do you already possess? How will they help you in the future? 2. Which character traits associated with a strong work ethic do you not currently possess, but would like to work on in the future? How do you intend to develop these qualities? 3. …

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Socrates, Aristotle, Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Tocqueville

Review each of the following quotations. For each quote, choose one foundational thinker we have read, whose theory you think speaks best to the themes raised by the quotation, and discuss why in 2-3 paragraphs. Students should consider a different foundational thinker for each quotation.: Thinkers: Socrates, Aristotle, Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Tocqueville Be sure …

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NumberAnalysis

Write a program that simulates a lottery.     The program shall have an array of five integers named lottery and should generate a random number in the range of 0 through 9 for each element in the array.    The user shall enter five digits, which are stored in an integer array named user.  …

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only daughter

part 1:Explain the difference between “only daughter” and “only a daughter” in this essay.  Is there anything here that resonates with your experience either as a daughter, or as the brother of an only daughter in the family?  If you’re a man, and have no sisters, how would this essay speak to you?  Does it …

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Discussion

no work cited page necessary After reading these 3 selections attached below, list and discuss as many similarities as you observe between Kings speech and Lincolns Gettysburg Address. Also discuss how King is perhaps talking back to the Declaration of Independence. As you note the connections between texts, consider why it is important to do …

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Reading Analysis

Before submitting papers, please do the following: 1. Fully proof-read your paper, looking for any typos, grammatical errors, and incorrect citations.  (Full citations for course readings are available on the syllabus). 2.  Be sure to back all claims with fact, and provide in-text and end citations for all sources.  Opinions need not be cited, but …

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Discussion

no work cited page necessary After reading these 3 selections attached below, list and discuss as many similarities as you observe between Kings speech and Lincolns Gettysburg Address. Also discuss how King is perhaps talking back to the Declaration of Independence. As you note the connections between texts, consider why it is important to do …

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