Mathematics

[SOLVED] Global Marketing Environment

Global Marketing EnvironmentThis competency assessment assesses the following Outcome: COUNTRY OF CHOICE IS FRANCEMT219M2-2: Examine global interconnectedness as it applies to marketing.Organizations interested in pursuing global markets must consider the external environment. Many of the same environmental forces that relate to domestic markets also apply to global markets (Lamb et al., 2021). You will look at the global marketplace in which, thanks to the Internet, even small companies can participate. The external marketing environment is full of opportunities and threats that can have a profound effect on the success or failure of a company, a brand, or a product in the global marketplace.In this assessment, you will practice scanning the global marketing environment (i.e., environmental analysis) for opportunities or threats to expansion in a country of your choice outside the U.S. for Persimmon Bakery as the owner.Scenario: You are the owner of Persimmon Bakery, which is currently located in the city closest to where you live. (JACKSONVILLE FL.) You specialize in breads and sweets from many different countries and now have operations in eight regions of the U.S. You realize the market has become saturated in the U.S. At a recent international trade show, you were surprised at how many requests you received to license or franchise your concept in other countries.Your task is the following:Based on the scenario, identify another country outside the United States to research and determine the feasibility of entering this foreign market for Persimmon Bakery as the owner by addressing the checklist items in a minimum 10-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentationChecklist:Step 1: Cultural Factors•    Identify several cultural factors in the country you are pursuing that may affect market expansion of the bakery, such as: behavior patterns, the concept of time, lifestyle, etc. You can useCommisceo™ Global Consultants’ website to research country cultural factors.•    Considering these cultural factors, do you see them as possible opportunities or threats to entering this market? Please explain your response.Step 2: Demographic Factors•    Identify at least four (4) demographic factors in the country you are pursuing, such as education, the size, growth, density, and age of the population, etc. Use the U.S. Census International database as a source of reference for the demographic information. It allows you to look up data by country and years.•    Explain why these demographic factors are opportunities or threats to entering this market.Step 3: Economic FactorsAccess The World Factbook from the CIA and select the country of choice in the upper right hand corner search box.•    Identify these three economic factors in the country you are pursuing: GDP per capita (see the “Learn”: reading resources area), GDP growth rate, and theunemployment rate in your chosen country.•    Explain why these economic factors are opportunities or threats to entering this market based on the country you chose.Use bulleted points to make your main points (3–4 bullets per slide) and then explain those bulleted points in the notes section directly under the slide.Step 4: Political/Legal Forces-Go to the World Bank Group’s “Doing Business” website and note the “Ease of Doing Business” ranking-Then go the World Economic Forum’s website for “country and regional trends from the NRI”.Provide the four rankings for your chosen country.•    Explain whether these political/legal considerations represent opportunities or threats to entering this market. Why?Step 5: Technological Forces•    Explain how your country’s networked readiness ranking will present an opportunity or a threat to the success of Persimmon Bakery in the country that you chose. Why?Step 6: Geographical Factors•    Using the CIA WorldFactbook source, explain whether geographical factors are possible opportunities or threats to entering this market, considering distribution of your product. Please explain your response.Step 7: Summary•    Based on your analysis, explain whether you would pursue expansion into your selected country for Persimmon Bakery abroad. Why, or why not?•    Describe the advantages and disadvantages of one (1) of the following means of expansion for the bakery regardless of your decision to expand into the country market or not: exporting, licensing, franchising, or joint venture.•    Use bulleted points to make your main points (3–4 bullets per slide) and then explain those bulleted points in the notes section directly under the slide. Provide a minimum of 10 PowerPoint slides with notes and an additional title and references slide.Directions:Step 1: Cultural FactorsAccess Commisceo™ Global Consultants’ country cultural factors. Once you enter a country, scroll all the way down to see all the country information (you do not have to download it).Step 2: Demographic FactorsAccess demographic data at the U.S. Bureau of the Census: International database. (Go the main site, then do a search for “International database” and this database should come up.)Step 3: Economic FactorsAccess The World Factbook and select the country of choice in the upper right hand corner search box.Step 4: Political / Legal Forces-Go to the World Bank Group’s “Doing Business” website and note the “Ease of Doing Business” ranking (1= easiest) and “Starting a Business” (1= easiest) and “Registering Property” (1= easiest) for your chosen country.-Go the World Economic Forum’s website for “country and regional trends from the NRI,” scroll down to Table 2, and note the ranking of the political and regulatory environment by country (1 = bestenvironment).Step 5: Technological FactorsIdentify the ranking of networked readiness for your country (1 = most networked) on the World Economic Forum website.Step 6: Geographical FactorsUse the CIA World Factbook sourceStep 7: Summarythe audio portion. (I WILL COMPLETE)

Nov 27th, 2021

Mathematics

[SOLVED] Calculus Derivative

The demand function for the j-watch is given by the function.d(x)=8/(0.23x^2+1)  ,    0?x ?20.In this case x is the number of watches demanded weekly and d(x) is the price per unit in dollars. Determine the values d (5), d (10), d (15), and the values d ‘(5), d’ (10), and d ‘(15). Interpret the meaning of d (10) and d ‘(10)

Nov 26th, 2021

Mathematics

[SOLVED] Calculating Taxes

Project 2: Calculating Taxes.Visit www.irs.gov, and download the most recent version of forms 1040, and schedules A, B, C, and D.Scenario 1: Calculate the taxes for someone who earned $60,000 in standard wage income (W-2 income), has no dependents, and takes the standard deduction.Scenario 2: Calculate the taxes for someone who earned $20,000 in standard wage income, $40,000 in qualified dividends, has no dependents, and takes the standard deduction. (Qualified dividends are earnings on certain investments such as stocks.)Scenario 3: Calculate the taxes for someone who earned $60,000 in small business income, has no dependents, and takes the standard deduction.Based on these three scenarios, what are your impressions of how the income tax system treats these different forms of income (wage, dividends, and business income)?Scenario 4: To get a more realistic sense for calculating taxes, you’ll need to consider itemized deductions. Calculate the income taxes for someone with the income and expenses listed below.Married with 2 children, filing jointly Wage income: $50,000 combinedPaid sales tax in Washington StateProperty taxes paid: $3200Home mortgage interest paid: $4800Charitable gifts: $120

Nov 26th, 2021

Mathematics

[SOLVED] Process and Calculations

Complete the questions in the attached document based on the question to what extent does gender influence length of hospital stay for MI patients?

Nov 26th, 2021

Mathematics

[SOLVED] Example of a Fallacy

… Share an example of a fallacy, with a in depth explanation of how it is a fallacy

Nov 25th, 2021

Mathematics

[SOLVED] Example of Fallacies

Share an example of fallacies and explain it in depth

Nov 25th, 2021

Mathematics

[SOLVED] First Lady of the United States of America Dr Jill Biden

Research the life of the First Lady of the United States dr Jill Biden briefly write about her life and explain how she was caring. Explain with an example what she did to demonstrate how she was caring

Nov 25th, 2021

Mathematics

[SOLVED] Fermat’s Last Theorem

Answer these questions about the movieFermat’s Last Theorem – The Theorem and Its Proof: An Exploration of Issues and Ideas [1993]Who is its main character? You may feel that the man is the main character, or you may feelthe equation is its main character. Be sure to mention both.Why have I shown this to you now? What does the content have to do with logic?Comment on what was interesting, surprising, or in general what you learned aboutmathematicians or the culture of mathematicsNote a few of the mathematicians, aside from Wiles:Note any of comments or stories that caught your attention:What is Fermat’s Last Theorem, why is it, and the proof, interesting?What does Fermat’s Last Theorem, or its proof, contribute to the practical world?What did you observe about problem solving techniques?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ymTZEeTjI8

Nov 24th, 2021

Mathematics

[SOLVED] The Effects of Drinking and Driving

1) In the research paper, you will conduct a study using a ORDINAL REGRESSION statistical technique. You will need to obtain the data necessary to conduct the study. *SPSS Software is REQUIRED 2) The Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research at the University of Michigan maintains a variety of datasets on criminal justice and other topics. These datasets are in SPSS format. 3) Should be organized in the following sections: abstract, background, data, results, conclusion, and references. Just remember that while published articles have tables and figures integrated into the text of the manuscript, you submit a manuscript to a journal with the tables and figures after the references. Tables are first and then figures. You place (Insert Table 1 about here) in the manuscript to alert the editor where the table should be placed. A table is typically placed after you finished discussing it in the manuscript. It is the same with figures.

Nov 24th, 2021

Mathematics

[SOLVED] Mileage Chart

Using Mapquest or any other geographical mapping (http://www.mapquest.com), you will build a mileage chart for cities in the state of Florida.Use the following cities: Cape Canaveral, Daytona Beach, Jacksonville, Leesburg, Miami, Naples, Orlando, Sarasota, Tampa, Tallahassee and Vero Beach.The aim of this exercise is to indicate how vectors and matrix operations play a role in reading such charts.List the assigned cities alphabetically in rows and produce your chart.1. How many column vectors have you generated? List them as 1, 2, etc.2. What are the (mileage) entries on the diagonal of the chart or matrix?3. Pick column vector 3 and list the entries in it.4. How could you find the roundtrip mileage from city #3 to various cities on your chart? Explain.5. Subtract column vector 3 from column vector 8 to obtain vector a. What does this vector indicate?

Nov 24th, 2021

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