Who in a modern mixed economy decides what good Show more Question 1 Consider the following economic agents:

Who in a modern mixed economy decides what good Show more Question 1 Consider the following economic agents: Who in a modern mixed economy decides what goods and services will be produced with the scarce resources available in that economy? the government producers consumers consumers and producers the government consumers and producers 2 points Question 2 Every society faces economic trade-offs. This means some people live better than others do. not everyone can have enough goods to survive. producing more of one good means less of another good can be produced. societys output cannot be made available to all. 2 points Question 3 Human capital refers to the money people have. the machines workers have to work with. the accumulated skills and training workers have. the wealth people have. 2 points Question 4 Cassies Quilts alters reconstructs and restores heirloom quilts. Cassie has just spent $800 purchasing cleaning and reconstructing an antique quilt which she expects to sell for $1500 once she is finished. After having spent $800 Cassie discovers that she would need some special period fabric that would cost her $200 in material and time in order to complete the task. Alternatively she can sell the quilt as is now for $900. What should she do? She should cut her losses and sell the quilt now. It does not matter what she does; she is going to take a loss on her project. She should purchase the period fabric complete the task and then sell the quilt. She should not do anymore work on the quilt because she has already spent too much time on it and has not been paid for that time. 2 points Question 5 An example of a factor of production is a car produced by an auto manufacturer. a worker hired by an auto manufacturer. a loan granted to an auto manufacturer. the automobiles exported by an auto manufacturer. 2 points Question 6 Figure 2-5 Refer to Figure 2-5. If the economy is currently producing at point X what is the opportunity cost of moving to point W? 3 million tons of steel 19 million tons of steel 5 million tons of paper 9 million tons of paper 2 points Question 7 Figure 2-1Refer to Figure 2-1. ________ is (are) inefficient in that not all resources are being used. Point A Point B Point C Points A and C 2 points Question 8 Figure 2-1Refer to Figure 2-1. ________ is (are) technically efficient. Point A Point B Point C Points B and C 2 points Question 9 Figure 2-8 Figure 2-8 shows the production possibilities frontiers for Costa Rica and Guatemala. Each country produces two goods pineapples and coconuts.Refer to Figure 2-8. Which country has a comparative advantage in the production of coconuts? Guatemala They have equal productive abilities. Costa Rica neither country 2 points Question 10 Table 2-4Table 2-4 shows the output per day of two gardeners George and Jack. They can either devote their time to mowing lawns or cultivating gardens. Refer to Table 2-4. What is Georges opportunity cost of mowing a lawn? half a garden cultivated two lawns mowed two-thirds of a garden cultivated. one and a half lawns mowed 2 points Question 11 The recession of 2007-2009 would most likely be represented in a production possibilities frontier graph by a point inside the frontier. a point outside the frontier. a point on the frontier. an intercept on either the vertical or the horizontal axis. 2 points Question 12 At market equilibrium demand equals supply. quantity demanded equals quantity supplied. surpluses are greater than shortages. shortages are greater than surpluses. 2 points Question 13 Figure 3-2Refer to Figure 3-2. A technological advancement would be represented by a movement from A to B. B to A. S1 to S2. S2 to S1. 2 points Question 14 Figure 3-4Refer to Figure 3-4. At a price of $25 how many units will be sold? 400 500 600 800 2 points Question 15 Figure 3-4Refer to Figure 3-4. If the price is $25 there would be a surplus of 300 units. there would be a shortage of 300 units. there would be a surplus of 200 units. there would be a shortage of 200 units. 2 points Question 16 Figure 3-7Refer to Figure 3-7. Assume that the graphs in this figure represent the demand and supply curves for coffee. What happens in this market if buyers expect the price of coffee to rise? Panel (a) Panel (b) Panel (c) Panel (d) 2 points Question 17 Table 3-1Refer to Table 3-1. The table above shows the demand schedules for Kona coffee of two individuals (Luke and Ravi) and the rest of the market. If the price of Kona coffee rises from $4 to $5 the market quantity demanded would decrease by 35 lb. increase by 115 lb. increase by 35 lb. decrease by 115 lb. 2 points Question 18 An example of an intermediate good would be the bread that goes into a sub sandwich that is sold by Quiznos. the soda pop sold by Quiznos. a sub sandwich sold by Quiznos. the potato chips sold by Quiznos. 2 points Question 19 Gross domestic product is calculated by summing up the total quantity of goods and services in the economy. the total quantity of goods and services produced in the economy during a period of time. the total market value of goods and services in the economy. the total market value of final goods and services produced in the economy during a period of time. 2 points Question 20 If prices in the economy rise then the purchasing power of a dollar rises. the purchasing power of a dollar stays constant. the purchasing power of a dollar declines. the purchasing power of a dollar cannot be determined. 2 points Question 21 Table 8-6Refer to Table 8-6. Consider the table of production and price statistics for a small economy in 2013. If the economy only produces the four goods listed below what is GDP for 2013? $428000 $267000 $24000 $1424 2 points Question 22 A student who just graduated from college but has not found a job would most likely be frictionally unemployed. structurally unemployed. cyclically unemployed. seasonally unemployed. 2 points Question 23 Except for recessions the duration of unemployment for the typical person lasts less than six months. six to nine months. over nine months. over one year. over five years. 2 points Question 24 Which of the following describes a situation in which the person is hurt by inflation? a retiree whose pension is adjusted for inflation a person who borrows money during a period when inflation is under-predicted a person who lends money during a period when inflation is over-predicted a person paid a fixed income during an inflationary period 2 points Question 25 Workers in high-income countries have ________ to work with than do workers in low-income countries. less physical capital more physical capital more labor more labor and less physical capital 2 points Question 26 Which of the following will result in an increase in labor productivity? a decrease in the number of people attending institutions of higher education a decline in the amount of human capital per worker an increase in technology a decline in the capital stock per hour worked 2 points Question 27 The best measure of the standard of living is nominal GDP. real GDP. nominal GDP per capita. real GDP per capita. 2 points Question 28 The federal budget deficit can be reduced by raising taxes. raising government spending. raising transfer payments. higher interest rates. 2 points Question 29 Potential GDP refers to the level of GDP attained when all firms are producing at capacity. the level of GDP attained by the country with the highest growth in real GDP in a given year. the difference between the highest level of real GDP per quarter and the lowest level of real GDP per quarter within any given year. the extent to which real GDP is above or below nominal GDP. 2 points Question 30 If real GDP in a closed economy is $40 billion consumption is $20 billion and government purchases are $10 billion what is investment? $10 billion $30 billion $40 billion $70 billion 2 points Question 31 During the expansion phase of the business cycle which of the following eventually increases? production employment income All of these 2 points Question 32 According to the World Bank Albania does one of the worst jobs as a country enforcing the rule of law. The consequence of a weak rule of law is difficulty in attracting investment and low economic growth. a decrease in cash transactions and increased efficiency. more risk taking on the part of entrepreneurs and greater economic investment. strong property rights enforcement leading to greater investment. 2 points Question 33 All of the following policies are ways for a country to promote long-run economic growth except increasing vaccinations against infectious diseases. undergoing political reform to decrease corruption. enacting stronger laws to protect property rights. imposing stricter regulations to limit foreign direct investment. 2 points Question 34 Developing countries with low saving rates and poor levels of health and education are likely to experience high levels of foreign direct investment. easy access to financial backing from banks. rapid growth in household incomes. low rates of growth in real GDP per capita. 2 points Question 35 Enforcing property rights in an economy will cause the market system to work less efficiently. decrease the level of foreign portfolio investment. encourage corruption and expand the underground economy. raise the level of investment. 2 points Question 36 Table 11-1Refer to Table 11-1. Based on the table above which country has a higher standard of living and why? Sweden has a higher standard of living because their GDP is higher. Ireland has a higher standard of living because their GDP per capita is higher. Sweden has a higher standard of living because their GDP per capita is higher. Ireland has a higher standard of living because growth in GDP is greater in Ireland than in Sweden. 2 points Question 37 Which of the following policies are designed specifically to directly promote technological change in an economy? government subsidization of research and development tax incentives to promote investment in 401K plans laws to strengthen property rights a vaccination program to combat infectious diseases 2 points Question 38 All of the following are components of aggregate expenditure except consumption spending. net export spending. actual investment spending. government spending. 2 points Question 39 An increase in Social Security payments will increase consumption spending. increase investment spending. increase government spending. increase export spending. 2 points Question 40 Equations for C I G and NX are given below. If the equilibrium level of GDP is $32000 what will the new equilibrium level of GDP be if government spending increases to 2500?C = 5000 + (MPC)YI = 1500G = 2000NX = -500 $32500 $34000 $38000 $42000 2 points Question 41 Figure 12-3Refer to Figure 12-3. Suppose that government spending increases shifting up the aggregate expenditure line. GDP increases from GDP1 to GDP2 and this amount is $200 billion. If the MPC is 0.8 then what is the distance between N and L or by how much did government spending change? $16 billion $40 billion $200 billion $1000 billion 2 points Question 42 If disposable income falls by $40 billion and consumption falls by $30 billion then the slope of the consumption function is 1.33. 0.75. 0.4. 0.3. 2 points Question 43 The consumption function describes the relationship between consumption spending and national income. consumption spending and aggregate income. consumption spending and disposable income. consumption spending and personal income. 2 points Question 44 A negative supply shock in the short run causes the aggregate supply curve to shift to the left. the price level to fall. unemployment to fall. equilibrium real GDP to rise. 2 points Question 45 All of the following would be considered a positive addition to household wealth except the equity in ones home. 500 shares of Google stock. the balance in your savings account. a credit card balance. 2 points Question 46 Figure 13-3Refer to Figure 13-3. Suppose the economy is at point A. If investment spending increases in the economy where will the eventual long-run equilibrium be? A B C D 2 points Question 47 If full-employment GDP is equal to $4.2 trillion what does the long-run aggregate supply curve look like? It is a horizontal line at $4.2 trillion of GDP. It is a vertical line at a level of GDP below $4.2 trillion. It is a vertical line at $4.2 trillion of GDP. It is a vertical line at a level of GDP above $4.2 trillion. 2 points Question 48 Interest rates in the economy have fallen. How will this affect aggregate demand and equilibrium in the short run? Aggregate demand will rise the equilibrium price level will rise and the equilibrium level of GDP will rise. Aggregate demand will rise the equilibrium price level will fall and the equilibrium level of GDP will rise. Aggregate demand will fall the equilibrium price level will fall and the equilibrium level of GDP will fall. Aggregate demand will fall the equilibrium price level will rise and the equilibrium level of GDP will fall. 2 points Question 49 Stagflation occurs when inflation rises and GDP rises. inflation falls and GDP rises. inflation rises and GDP falls. inflation falls and GDP falls. 2 points Question 50 The impact of Hurricane Katrina on consumers in the economy was to make them very pessimistic about their future incomes. How does this increased pessimism affect the aggregate demand curve? This will move the economy up along a stationary aggregate demand curve. This will move the economy down along a stationary aggregate demand curve. This will shift the aggregate demand curve to the left. This will shift the aggregate demand curve to the right. Show less

Task 1: View the “SAP-ERP Presentation by Dr. Jeffery Word” located at

Task 1: View the “SAP-ERP Presentation by Dr. Jeffery Word”
located at
https://uhdmediasite.uhd.edu/Mediasite/Play/70bd29f9d1d14c0ca444cfa9c6bb36581d
Task 2. Write a short paper of at least four
paragraph to provide answers and comments for the
following questions/statements.
1) What are your overall impressions?
2) Describe what is meant by ERP systems.
3) Describe how the video relates to specific topics in the
textbook.
4) Do you agree with what Dr. Word is proposing?
5) Could a possible minor in MIS be of benefit in your
career?

Outcome: Satisfactory Not SatisfactoryAssessment Instructions Achieving competency

Student Name: Student Signature: Trainer Name: Date: Result: _______/75 Student Outcome: Satisfactory Not SatisfactoryAssessment Instructions Achieving competency All 12 questions in this workbook must be answered correctly to receive a satisfactory grade for this assessment. You must achieve a satisfactory result for each question in the workbook and include referencing as per STA requirements to achieve a satisfactory result for this assessment. This workbook is to be completed in your own time using available reliable sources such as the course text books provided to you at orientation, credible internet sources such as the department of health and other text and online journals available to you through the online library service offered to all students and discussed at orientation. It is important that you reference all sources of information that you use to obtain information used in your answers. Referencing must be included and failure to adhere to this requirement will result in a not satisfactory outcome for the assessment. The workbook is available in the Student Portal. You will need to download the workbook and complete it then submit it through the Student Portal Plagiarism will result in an immediate Not yet Competent – all copied material MUST be referenced accordingly. See you Student Handbook for more information. Reassessment If you receive a Not Yet Satisfactory result for this Assessment Task, it will be due to you not satisfying the requirements of one, multiple or all aspects of the task. Your Assessor will provide you with feedback as to where you did not meet the requirement. You will have another opportunity to resubmit your assessment work addressing the areas as identified in your assessor feedback. Should the student wish to appeal any decision relating to outcome of this assessment task, the student should follow the Academic-Non Academic Grievance policy and procedure available in the Student Handbook and Skills Training Australia website. Assessment Extension Request: All assessments are due on the assessment due date as identified on the assessment task document and confirmed by your Trainer/Assessor on the first day of the unit. If you are unable, due to exceptional circumstances, to submit your assessment tasks on the required due date, you MUST submit a completed Assessment Extension Form to your Trainer/Assessor. Extensions may be granted by your trainer under exceptional circumstances and will only be granted for a maximum of 2 weeks. Adjustment in assessment Flexibility in assessment will be considered where the integrity of the assessment and learning outcome is maintained. For example, a written assessment may be administered as a verbal assessment and recorded by a STA staff member where a student has sustained an injury preventing them from writing. Any agreement for an adjustment to assessment must be documented in the space provided in the assessment task document (or in writing to the program manager in the event of an electronically submitted assessment task and placed in your student file). Please type your responses in the spaces provided below each question and submit as per the instructions in the assessment document. Please note: The space below is not indicative to the required length of the response; you are to ensure that you thoroughly answer the question. Question 1 Discuss Palliative Care in terms of chronic health Palliative care approach for chronic illness will give quality of life to person suffering from chronic. It helps people to live well while suffering from chronic illness. Trainer Comments (if applicable): S ? NYS ? (_____/4) Question 2 In the table below provide 1 chronic health problems for each of the body system listed and the impact the condition has on the body system/s and on the person’s ability to perform activities of daily living? Integumentary system Impact on Body System Impact on ADL’s Respiratory system Impact on Body System Impact on ADL’s Neurological system Impact on Body System Impact on ADL’s Gastrointestinal system Impact on Body System Impact on ADL’s Reproductive system Impact on Body System Impact on ADL’s Trainer Comments (if applicable): S ? NYS ? (_____/10) Question 3 Who is the “WHO” and what are their core functions in Chronic Health? Trainer Comments (if applicable): S ? NYS ? (_____/2) Question 4 Define the strategies, techniques and equipment listed below and explain their role in managing chronic health conditions: Physiotherapy Occupational therapy Hydrotherapy Pilates Massage Art and music therapy Wheelchairs, scooters Walking aids Prosthetics Trainer Comments (if applicable): S ? NYS ? (_____/18) Question5 Provide the signs and symptoms of the following chronic diseases or chronic conditions Chronic asthma Chronic pain including back pain Eczema Osteoarthritis Parkinson’s disease Stroke Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) Trainer Comments (if applicable): S ? NYS ? (_____/14) Question 6 Many chronic illnesses and conditions have an acute phase. What does this mean? Trainer Comments (if applicable): S ? NYS ? (_____/1) Question 7 In Australia, what are the most common sites for cancer development? Trainer Comments (if applicable): S ? NYS ? (_____/3) Question 8 What is a tracheostomy? Trainer Comments (if applicable): S ? NYS ? (_____/1) Question 9 Provide 3 reasons why a client may have a: Permanent Tracheostomy 1 2 3 Temporary Tracheostomy 1 2 3 Trainer Comments (if applicable): S ? NYS ? (_____/6) Question 10 What information regarding a chronic health problem must the nurse collect from a patient to include in a care plan for a client? Trainer Comments (if applicable): S ? NYS ? (_____/4) Question 11 What strategies can be implemented to support and encourage a client in the development of and acceptance of life style changes that support the self-management of chronic disease? Ensure your answer considers prevention, treatments, client behaviours and attitudes Trainer Comments (if applicable): S ? NYS ? (_____/8) Question 12 List and describe 4 Models of Chronic Disease Trainer Comments (if applicable): S ? NYS ? (_____/4) Result: Satisfactory Not Satisfactory_______/75Reference List

In this essay you are asked to answer the following question: • Strategic HRP refers to the careful planning of all HRM processes in order to ensure that their outcomes reflect and contribute to the overall goals and

ASSIGNMENT 2Assessment

Description Marks out of Wtg(%) Due date
Assignment 2 100 45% extended due date 6th

• Assignment question
• Word count: 1500 words +/- 10%
• Assignment question
• In this essay you are asked to answer the following question:
• Strategic HRP refers to the careful planning of all HRM processes in order to ensure that their outcomes reflect and contribute to the overall goals and objectives of the organisation.
• Discuss the following three (3) components of strategic HRP in relation to (your choice of) an Australian bank.
• labour demand forecasting,
• labour supply analysis, and
• balancing supply and demand.
Provide at least one or two practical examples (of each) from the bank and use theory to explain them.
If you wish to use Suncorp Bank there are some links in the Introductory book that you might find useful.
Additional information about assignment 2 can be found in the Introductory book (on the StudyDesk under the welcome message).

Task: Choose a consumer physical good (not a service or an industrial product). The product must be something tangible (something you can touch) that you have purchased in the past six months

Task:
Choose a consumer physical good (not a service or an industrial product). The product must be something tangible (something you can touch) that you have purchased in the past six months e.g. laptop, cooking appliance, car, or mobile phone. It is important for this assessment that you draw on your own experience – do not make-up or pretend that you have purchased the product.
The template will direct you to the types of information you need and will enable you to store the information including your references.
The areas of the template you will focus on are:
a) Brief Product description
b) Company background
c) Competitive Environment
d) Target market description
e) Product strategy – 3 levels of product
The template asks specific questions so that you can simply answer the questions and then work towards writing paragraphs for each section. The template is a tool for learning purposes. As such you do not need to change the formatting or delete any of the instructions as you may need to do in other subjects.
For both assessments 2 & 3 you will be explaining theory and application for your chosen product. For an explanation of theory and application refer to Notes on assessments 2 & 3.
# It is very important that you learn to use the USQ Library Resources and you should support your work with in-text references from marketing texts and other credible sources.
Assessment 2 template & marking criteria
Open and save a copy of the Assessment 2 template and use this for Assessment 2. This is the document you will submit when you have completed the assignment. Be sure to change the FAMILY name, FIRST name & student number on the file when you finally save the document.
View the Assessment 2 Marking Criteria to help you to understand what is expected for the assessment.
See the Opening Microsoft Word files document if you have problems accessing the Word documents.
MKT1001 Assessment 2 Marking Criteria
Assignment requirement 85-100% 75-84% 65-74% 50-64% 0-49%
Sourcing of Product, company and industry information
(20% of assessment total)
Demonstrates excellent ability to find and evaluate business information using appropriate and relevant resources.
A thorough product, company and industry background provided.
Demonstrates ability to find and evaluate business information using appropriate and relevant resources.
Presented a detailed product and company background and provided some industry insight.
Presented an acceptable product and company background.
Some further detail needed.
Some background provided. Insufficient details.
Demonstrates an understanding of some theoretical concepts.
Demonstrates critical thinking and analysis in some areas.
Product & company background given a cursory overview, insufficient details provided.
Discussion of theoretical concepts not covered.
Critical thinking and analysis not evident.
Critical thinking & analysis
(20% of assessment total)
Incorporation of theory into relevant sections of the assignment.
The ability to understand and interpret captured information. Excellent incorporation of theory throughout the presentation.
Demonstrates a high level of critical thinking and analysis by evaluating product and market situation with justification and considers implications.
A detailed explanation of the theory included.
Demonstrates critical thinking and analysis by evaluating product and marketing situation. Explanation of theory could provide more details in some areas. Demonstrates critical thinking and analysis in some areas by evaluating the product and market situation. Demonstrates an understanding of some theoretical concepts.
Demonstrates critical thinking and analysis in some areas.
Discussion of theoretical concepts not covered.
Critical thinking and analysis not evident.
Professional communication
(20% of assessment total)
Communicates effectively in written form following requirements with
• Correct use of English Language
• use of relevant in-text references to provide supporting evidence
• use of relevant sources of information in addition to course content. Writing is understandable with the correct use of English.
Correct in-text referencing technique.
Excellent use of source materials went beyond the expected to clearly locate high quality / current resources and provide further evidence.
Appropriately formatted List of References
Writing is understandable with the correct use of English.
Correct in-text referencing technique.
Good use of source materials.
Appropriately formatted List of References. Writing is understandable with the use of English.
Would benefit from proofreading.
Attempted in-text referencing, the technique requires more work.
Good use of source information, but could use more.
Includes List of References Writing is understandable with the use of English.
Would benefit from proofreading.
Attempted in-text referencing, the technique requires more work.
Use of some resources, but requires more.
List of references needs work. English writing requires work.
Either in–text referencing is absent, or technique is incorrect.
Needs to use more references to support.
List of references not present or incorrectly formatted.
Knowledge & technical skills
(40% of assessment total)
Application of theory to the specified product in the following sections:
• identifies bases and associated variables for the segmentation of the market
• clearly and succinctly describes the target market
• justifies relevance of variables
• applies 3 levels of the product Demonstrates high level of synthesis, appliction and evaluation of the segmentation process for the chosen product and market.
Demonstrates high level of synthesis, detailed application and evaluation of 3 levels of the product. Demonstrates sythesis and application and evaluation of the segmentation process for the chosen product.
Demonstrates synthesis, detailed application and evaluation of 3 levels of the product. Sound synthesis and application of the segmentation process for the selected product.
Demonstrations synthesis and application of 3 levels of the product for the chosen product. Demonstrates basic application of the segmentation process for the selected product. More details and explanation/ justification required.
Demonstrates basic application of 3 levels of the product for the chosen product. More details required. Application of segmentation process
not covered sufficiently.
Application of 3 levels of the product not covered sufficiently.

ACCY801 Business Report Assessment 1 Report – Authentic task

ACCY801 Business Report
Assessment 1 Report – Authentic task
Subject learning outcome assessed 1) Apply accounting and financial management principles in the planning and control of resources.
2) Analyse the accounting and financial environment of various organizations in order to assist with key financial decision making ethically.
3) Evaluate the implications of both short and long term investment decisions incorporating ethical judgement.
4) Interpret both internal and external financial reports for financial decision making.
5) Examine and summarize the key issues relating to accounting and financial management and recommend appropriate solutions to a variety of audiences.
Topic Business Report
Length 3,000 words (excluding list of references) ± 10%
Weighting 25%
Due date 5 April 2019 (Friday in Trimester 1 Week 8) Final submission time: 11:30pm
Marking criteria A marking guide is available for viewing on the Moodle site for this subject
Style and format 1) Reports must be typed with Times New Roman font size 12, 1.5 spaced, justified texts. (Printed copy is not required as this is an online submission)
2) Pages are to be consecutively numbered
3) You must be able to provide a duplicate of your submission if requested. Always backup your work
4) Your assignment must be submitted by the due time and date in order not to incur a penalty. Reports submitted late will be penalised by the deduction of 10 percent of the maximum possible mark of the assessment per working day. Please refer to the student handbook for further details
5) Referencing style must follow the Harvard style, available on the UOW library website
6) Whenever the Annual Report is cited, you must provide a page reference to the Annual Report so that your work can be easily verified
7) Use tables, graphics, charts when possible (optional but recommended)
8) Do not plagiarise your work. Plagiarism is the unacknowledged work of another person. Plagiarism can result in zero marks or possible expulsion from the university.
9) Assignments may be penalised for failing to meet any of these requirements
Assessment submission 1) Students should submit a soft copy of the report in a word file into the Turnitin system through the link in the subject’s Moodle site.
2) The word file of the report should be named as “Student number_Surname_ACCY801 Business report”
(example: 9343295_Zhang_ACCY801 Business Report)
3) Any assignment submitted after the 11:30PM on 5 April 2019 deadline will attract a penalty.
Assessment return Assignments will be returned during the week 10 of the session
Structure of the Report Front matter • Word file name: student number_Surname_ACCY801 Business Report
• Cover page: (Submit the following information on the first page of your report)
Subject code and Subject Name: ACCY801: Accounting and
Financial Management
Submission Type: Online
Assignment Title: Business Report-Coca Cola Amatil Limited
Family name: ……………………………………………………………..
First Name: ……………………………………………………………….. Student number:……………………………………………………..
Contact Number: ……………………………………………………
Email:………………………………………………………………………
Body
of the report • Introduction (the purpose of the analysis and structure of the report) (200 words maximum).
• Analysis and discussion in relation to requirements (a) to (i) below with appropriate headings. (2600 words maximum).
• Conclusions (200 words maximum).
End matter • List of references and Appendix(unlimited words)
Detailed information Download a copy of the 2017 Annual Report of Coca Cola Amatil Limited from the Moodle site. Using the Annual Report and other relevant information on the company, prepare a report that addresses the following:
a) Provide a brief summary of the company. Include details such as industry sector, primary activities, recent performance (300 words maximum).
b) Prepare a table that outlines details of the Board of Directors. Include items such as name, gender, age, education, career history, remuneration, and any other details you think are important or interesting. (400 words maximum). Please do not cut and paste from the annual report.
c) Provide a brief assessment on the characteristics of the Board, considering the information stated in requirement (b) above and other relevant factors such as composition of the board, board expertise, etc. (400 words maximum).
d) List and comment on important investment or financing decisions made by Coca Cola Amatil Limited during the year (200 words maximum).
e) Coca Cola Amatil Limited follows the corporate governance recommendations of the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) Corporate Governance Council (CGC) and has several policies in place to support its corporate conduct. Outline the key recommendations of the ASX CGC in table format (100 words maximum).
f) Identify the company’s audit firm; specify what auditor’s state in relation to the accounting information and their
independence. (200 words maximum).
g) List some key measures taken by the Coca Cola Amatil Limited to ensure that its business operations have incorporated high level of ethics and ethical judgments (200 words maximum).
h) Identify the top five investors of Coca Cola Amatil limited and comment on the significance of their ownership stake (200 words maximum).
i) Analyse the financial statements of Coca Cola Amatil Limited for 2017 using ratios and comment on the following aspects of the company (show formulas and calculations in the appendix and only use the ratios for comments in the body of the report):
I. Liquidity,
II. Asset management efficiency
III. Capital structure
IV. Profitability
V. Market value
VI. Cash flow management
VII. Overall performance and financial status (600 words maximum).

In this project, you will draw a finite state machine (FSM) for both the server and client according to the specifications given here, and then write a complete C program

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
In this project, you will draw a finite state machine (FSM) for both the server and client according to the specifications given here, and then write a complete C program to support the server in a client/server model using Linux stream sockets. The program will consist of a server that will implement a service using a simple text protocol that clients can use (through telnet) to see who is available on the service.
Specifically, you will only implement the server as follows:
The server will set up as a server and establish a socket connection using a port number passed in as an argument to the program. For example, the server and client code may be executed as follows: ./server <svr_port>
The server will print out a usage statement and terminate the program if the user does not enter the command with the port as the command-line argument.
The server will support up to and including 20 “registered” client connections (registration is done with the JOIN command). Although more than 20 clients can connect to the server, no more than 20 clients may be registered in the database at the same time. In the case of more than 20 clients attempting to register, the server will print out an error message and simply close the connection. Note that clients may come and go as they please, so if, for example, the 20th client “leaves” the service, space is now made available for another client to register.
The server will set up a network socket (i.e., AF_INET) over TCP (i.e., SOCK_STREAM) using the port number passed in as an argument to the program.
The server will bind and listen to the port specified as a command-line argument. When a client connects, a new thread will be spawned to handle the socket using POSIX threads (i.e., pthreads) in Linux.
The server will support the following case-sensitive commands which are all sent as plain ASCII text:
§ JOIN username
• When a client wants to join (i.e., register for) the service, it first connects to the server using the telnet command with the hostname of the server CSE machine and the port number, and then sends a JOIN request with the username. Usernames will only consist of alphanumeric characters and will not contain spaces or other “special” or control characters. You may assume that the user follows this requirement for alphanumeric characters, so no validation is needed. The server will store this username
as well as the client’s socket file descriptor in the “database”. Note that although a client may “connect” to the server, it MUST register for the service with the JOIN command before the client may receive any “services” provided by the server. If the database is “full” (i.e., 20 clients have registered for the service), then the server will print out a status message and send a “Too Many Users” message to the client. Once a client has already registered with a JOIN request, any subsequent JOIN requests from the same registered client will be discarded with a status message sent back to the client.
§ PONG
• After a client joins (i.e., registers for the service), the server will initiate a PING request to the client and start a timer to record when the PING was sent. After the client receives the PING request, the client will respond with a PONG response. Upon receipt of the PONG response, the server will calculate the amount of time it took to receive the PONG (i.e., the RTT for the PING-PONG sequence) and store this value in the “database” associated with the user. Note that the client must be registered for the service to receive any “services”, such as this one, provided by the server. If the client who is not registered for this service sends a PONG request, the server will print out a status message and send an “Unregistered User” message to the client with the JOIN request instructions. If a registered client sends an unsolicited PONG response (i.e., where the timer is off), the server will print out a status message and resend the PING request to the client and start the timer to collect the RTT time.
§ LIST
• If a registered client wants to know who is currently subscribed to the service, the client will issue a LIST request. Upon receipt of the LIST request, the server will send a list of all registered clients on individual lines and return this list (newlines and all) to the client. Note that the client must be registered for the service to receive any “services”, such as this one, provided by the server. If the client who is not registered for this service sends a LIST request, the server will print out a status message and send an “Unregistered User” message to the client with the JOIN request instructions. If a registered client has not responded to the PING request (i.e., their RTT is 0), the server will print N/A in place of the zero time.
§ LEAVE
When a connected client wants to leave the service, the client will issue a LEAVE request, at which time the server will disconnect the client from the service. The database entry for registered clients should be removed after the client has been disconnected. Note that an unregistered client will still be disconnected from the service (i.e., their connection closed) with a status message at the server, though no data needs to be removed form the database since there is none for that client. § Unrecognizable Messages
If a registered client sends an unrecognizable request (i.e., one not supported by this protocol):
If the timer is on (i.e., a PING request has been sent, but the PONG response has not been returned), the server will print out a status message, resend the PING request, and start the timer to collect the RTT time.
If the timer is not on (i.e., a response to the PING request is not pending), the server will print out a status message send the PING request, and start the timer to collect the RTT time.
Note that the client must be registered for the service to receive any “services”, such as this one, provided by the server. If the client who is not registered for this service sends an unrecognizable message, the server will print out a status message and send an “Unregistered User” message to the client with the JOIN request instructions.
The server will provide important status updates of messages sent and received, such as connection events and received requests, identifying the client using their socket file descriptor.
The server will support error checking across all relevant system calls and other potential issues.
You will simply use a “telnet” client to connect to the server, specifying the hostname and port number of the server to connect to. When drawing the FSM for the client, be sure to consider how the server responds to certain requests sent by the client out of order (e.g., a PONG response when no PING was sent by the server).
When the telnet client starts up, the client can issue any request (even unrecognizable ones) to the server, but is expected to issue the JOIN request immediately with the client’s username using alphanumeric characters.
When desired, the client will send a LIST request to the server to see who is currently subscribed to the service, but only the registered client will receive the listing (i.e., others will receive an error message with JOIN request instructions).
If the server responds with a PING request, the client will issue a PONG response back to the server.
The client may voluntarily leave the service at any time by issuing the LEAVE request.
Your program (i.e., a server program) should run on the INET domain using SOCK_STREAM (i.e., TCP) sockets so that the server and client execute on different at the same time. The server will accept the port number to communicate on as an argument to the server program. Your code will handle errors appropriately, such as printing an error message, disconnecting the client, or termination of the program.
SAMPLE OUTPUT (user input shown in bold):
==> SERVEr
$ ./server
usage: ./server <svr_port>
$ ./server 8001
Waiting for Incoming Connections…
Client (5): Connection Accepted
Client (5): Handler Assigned
Unable Locate Client (5) in Database. Discarding LIST.
Unable Locate Client (5) in Database. Discarding PONG.
Client (5): LEAVE
Unable Locate Client (5) in Database. Disconnecting User. Client (5): Disconnecting User.
Client (6): Connection Accepted
Client (6): Handler Assigned
Client (6): JOIN mat0299
Client (6): LIST
Client (6): Unrecognizable Message. Resending PING.
Client (6): PONG
Client (6): LIST
Client (5): Connection Accepted
Client (5): Handler Assigned
Unable Locate Client (5) in Database. Discarding UNKNOWN Message.
Client (5): JOIN xyz0123
Client (5): PONG
Client (5): LIST
Client (5): Unsolicited PONG message. Resending PING.
Client (5): PONG
Client (5): LIST
Client (6): LIST
Client (5): LEAVE
Client (5): Disconnecting User.
Client (6): Unrecognizable Message. Sending PING.
Client (6): PONG
Client (6): LIST
Client (6): LEAVE
Client (6): Disconnecting User. ^C
==> CLIENT 1
$ telnet cse05 8001 Trying 127.0.0.1…
Connected to localhost.
Escape character is ‘^]’.
LIST
Unregistered User. Use “JOIN <username>” to Register.
PONG
Unregistered User. Use “JOIN <username>” to Register.
LEAVE
Connection closed by foreign host.
$ telnet cse05 8001 Trying 127.0.0.1…
Connected to localhost.
Escape character is ‘^]’.
JOIN mat0299
PING
LIST
USERNAME FD RTT ——————————————– mat0299 6 N/A ms
HELLO
PING
PONG LIST
USERNAME FD RTT ——————————————– mat0299 6 3812.473000 ms
LIST
USERNAME FD RTT ——————————————– mat0299 6 3812.473000 ms xyz0123 5 2617.565000 ms
PING
PING
PONG LIST
USERNAME FD RTT ——————————————– mat0299 6 2197.454000 ms
LEAVE
Connection closed by foreign host.
==> CLIENT 2
$ telnet cse05 8001 Trying 127.0.0.1…
Connected to localhost.
Escape character is ‘^]’.
HELLO
Unregistered User. Use “JOIN <username>” to Register.
JOIN xyz0123
PING
PONG LIST
USERNAME FD RTT ——————————————– mat0299 6 3812.473000 ms
xyz0123 5 2567.483000 ms
PONG
PING
PONG LIST
USERNAME FD RTT ——————————————– mat0299 6 3812.473000 ms xyz0123 5 2617.565000 ms
LEAVE
Connection closed by foreign host.

The following SAMPLE OUTPUT documents when 20 users are currently registered with the service and 1 more client attempts to register (note that “register” implies a difference to “connection”). There are two cases here: (1) more than 20 users have connected, but not yet registered when the 21st client attempts to register, and (2) 20 users have connected and registered when the 21st client attempts to connect.
==> SERVER

Client (25): Database Full. Disconnecting User.

Error: Too Many Clients Connected …
==> CLIENT 21
$ telnet cse05 8001 Trying 127.0.0.1…
Connected to localhost.
Escape character is ‘^]’.
JOIN asd6789
Too Many Users. Disconnecting User.
Connection closed by foreign host.

$ telnet cse05 8001 Trying 127.0.0.1…
Connected to localhost.
Escape character is ‘^]’.
Connection closed by foreign host.

The following SAMPLE OUTPUT documents when an already registered user sends another JOIN request with (1) the same username as well as (2) a different username.
==> SERVER
$ ./server 8001
Waiting for Incoming Connections…
Client (5): Connection Accepted
Client (5): Handler Assigned
Client (5): JOIN mat0299
Client (5): PONG
Client (5): LIST
Client (5): User Already Registered. Discarding JOIN.
Client (5): User Already Registered. Discarding JOIN.
Client (5): LEAVE
Client (5): Disconnecting User.
^C
==> CLIENT 1
$ telnet cse05 8001
Trying 129.120.151.98…
Connected to cse05.cse.unt.edu.
Escape character is ‘^]’.
JOIN mat0299
PING
PONG LIST
USERNAME FD RTT ——————————————–
mat0299 5 1914.957000 ms
JOIN mat0299
User Already Registered: Username (mat0299), FD (5)
JOIN xyz0123
User Already Registered: Username (mat0299), FD (5)
LEAVE

For the research topic, “Learning how to write an academic essay is helpful for communicating in the workplace”, complete and present the following research activities:

ssessment item 1
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Research Activities and Article Reviews
Value: 15%
Due Date: 31-Mar-2019
Return Date: 23-Apr-2019
Length: 600 words
Submission method options: Alternative submission method
Task
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Research Activities and Article Reviews
PART A: Research Activities (35%)
For the research topic, “Learning how to write an academic essay is helpful for communicating in the workplace”, complete and present the following research activities:
Activity 1: For the research topic, “Learning how to write an academic essay is helpful for communicating in the workplace”, identify key terms that make a connection between the ‘content words’ in the question, your existing understanding of the topic and the concepts to be explored through research.
Activity 2: Demonstrate effective use of CSU’s Primo Database in finding peer-reviewed journal articles based on the ideas generated in Activity 1.
Activity 3: Find four journal articles and provide full references in APA6 style. This activity should be presented as a list of references in alphabetical order.
PART B: Article Reviews (65%)
From the list of peer-reviewed articles generated in Activity 3, write two article reviews according to the following considerations:
Article Reviews: Select two articles from Activity 3 and write an article review of 300 words for each article (total of 600 words). This should be completed by summarising and paraphrasing the main argument presented by the author(s). Provide a critique of the author’s argument, the research method used and the findings presented in each article. For each article, discuss how the findings and conclusions contribute to your understanding of the topic. How will each article help you to develop your arguments for discussing the research topic?
Resources: HCS507 Research Skills Guide: Evaluating Information (n.d.). Charles Sturt University Library. Accessed on http://libguides.csu.edu.au/hcs507/evaluating-information.
Online submission via Turnitin is required for this assignment. Details will be provided by your subject lecturer.
Rationale
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This assessment task will assess the following learning outcome/s:
• be able to locate, paraphrase, summarise and comprehend simple to complex English texts.
• be able to write in a range of academic formats, following English writing mechanics and appropriate academic referencing styles.
Rationale:
The aim of this assessment task is to enable you to demonstrate your understanding of relevant aspects of your chosen topic area as well as to develop your critical thinking and analytical reasoning skills.
This assessment addresses the following subject learning objectives:
• LO1 – Be able to locate, paraphrase, summarise and comprehend simple to complex English texts;
• LO2 – Be able to write in a range of academic formats, following English writing mechanics and appropriate academic referencing styles.
Marking criteria and standards
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HD
(85-100%) DI
(75-84%) CR
(65-74%) PS
(50-64%) FL
(0-49%)
Activity 1
Identify terms for studying your topic. (5%) Identify three unique key terms that relate directly to the given topic. Identify three key terms that relate directly to the given topic. Identify two key terms that relate directly to the given topic. Identify one key term that relate directly to the given topic. You did not meet the pass criteria although your attempt was genuine.
Activity 2
Search databases using key terms from Activity 1, comment on the effectiveness and limit the number of search results.
(15%) You searched three databases, recording the outcomes. You evaluated the effectiveness of your key terms and explained why they were effective (or not). You reduced the number of meaningful results to less than 50. You searched three databases, recording the outcomes. You evaluated the effectiveness of your key terms and explained why they were effective (or not). You reduced the number of meaningful results to less than 100. You searched two databases, recording the outcomes. You evaluated the effectiveness of your key terms and explained why they were effective (or not). You reduced the number of meaningful results to less than 100. You searched two databases, recording the outcomes. You evaluated the effectiveness of your key terms and explained why they were effective (or not). You reduced the number of meaningful results to less than 200. You did not meet the pass criteria although your attempt was genuine.
Activity 3
Find and list journal articles that meet all elements of the C.R.A.P. test. Provide complete and correct references in APA 6 style.
(15 %) You find and list four journal articles. All four articles meet all elements of the C.R.A.P. test. You provide complete and accurate references in APA6 style for all four articles without error. You find and list four journal articles. All articles meet all elements of the C.R.A.P. test. You provide complete and accurate references in APA6 style for all articles with less than three errors. You find and list four journal articles. All articles meet at least three elements of the C.R.A.P. test. You provide references that mostly meet APA6 style for all articles. You find and list four journal articles. You provide references that somewhat meet APA6 style for most articles. You did not meet the pass criteria although your attempt was genuine.
Article Reviews
Discuss, analyse and critically evaluate two articles; justify why each article is useful for responding to the research topic.
(50%) You summarise, effectively paraphrase and critique the main argument of each article. You critically evaluate the methods used and the findings presented. You critically evaluate how the articles contribute to your understanding of the topic. You provide an effective justification for the usefulness of each article for responding to the research topic. You summarise, effectively paraphrase and critique the main argument of the article. You critically evaluate the methods used and the findings presented. You critically evaluate how each article contributes to your understanding of the topic. You give reasons for the usefulness of each article for responding to the research topic. You summarise, paraphrase and critique the main argument of each article. You identify the aims, method, and findings. You explain why each article is useful. You summarise and paraphrase the main elements of each article. You comment on the usefulness of each article. You did not meet the pass criteria although your attempt was genuine.
Presentation
Article review format is used (paragraphs).
English academic language is used. In-text citations are used in APA6 style.
(15 %) You have presented your information in two paragraphs following an article review format. Your work is free of grammatical and spelling errors; you use formal academic language. You provide in-text citations in correct APA6 style. You have presented your information in two paragraphs following an article review format with minor deviations. Your work is mostly free of grammatical and spelling errors; you use mainly formal academic language. You provide in-text citations in mostly correct APA6 style. You have presented your information in two paragraphs. There are some grammatical and spelling errors; you use mainly formal academic language. You provide in-text citations with some errors in APA6 style. You have used a paragraph format. There are significant grammatical and spelling errors but they do not hinder communication; you use some formal academic language. You attempt to provide in-text citations in APA6 style. You did not meet the pass criteria although your attempt was genuine.
Total 100%
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1 Use 10 years as a guide for currency
A maximum of 5 marks each may be deducted for errors in the following:
Word count (600 +/- 10%)
Presentation guidelines

Presentation
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For Activity 4, use an article review format.

In addition note the following:
• Assessment items should be typed
• Use 1.5 spacing
• Use a standard 12 point font such as Times New Roman, Calibri or Arial
• Left-justify body text
Requirements
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For this assessment APA referencing format is required. For guidance in the use of this referencing please see the CSU Referencing website at http://student.csu.edu.au/study/referencing-at-csu or the Academic Reference Tool: https://apps.csu.edu.au/reftool/
This assessment must be submitted via Turnitin. It is a requirement that your name, student ID and page number are included in the header or footer of every page of the assignment.
Text match should not be more than 20% (excluding references)
Additional information to assist you with your assessment can be found here http://student.csu.edu.au/study/skills/guidesandtips/writing-at-uni

Find the Annual Report Medibank for 2018 on the Australian Securities Exchange (www.as.com.au).

Find the Annual Report Medibank for 2018 on the Australian Securities Exchange (www.as.com.au). Evaluate this Annual Report consistent with the requirements of AASB 13/IFRS 13 Fair value Measurement, AASB 116/IAS 16 Property Plant and Equipment, and AASB 136/IAS 39 Impairment of Assets.
Required:
(a) Which assets are carried at fair value? (2 marks)
(b) State where and what disclosures regarding the fair value measurement of assets have been made. (15 marks)
(c) Which assets are tested for impairment? (2 marks)
(d) State where and what disclosures regarding the impairment of assets have been made.

Evaluate the drivers of current and future models of therapeutics development.  In this essay please evaluate the current pharmaceutical industry, both globally and locally 

Evaluate the drivers of current and future models of therapeutics development.
In this essay please evaluate the current pharmaceutical industry, both globally and locally
and discuss the drivers for future developments in the industry. You should examine the
societal, legal and technological issues facing the industry and how these issues might lead
to changes in the industry in the future. What future do you see for the industry and what
obstacles does it need to overcome to get there? You should support your opinions with
evidence from the literature, government reports, industry reports etc and use case studies
where appropriate to support your perspective. There is no right or wrong answer.
Why am I asking you to complete this assessment task?
This essay is a personal reflection on your opinions of the future development of the
industry in which you have chosen to work. This essay is designed to get you thinking about
the industry as a whole in both a local and global context and to start looking at a wider view
of where the industry fits and how it evolves. It will also give you skills in learning how to
support your perspective with evidence — a critical skill in business intelligence.