Assessment for Chapter 10, 11 and 12
1) Which leadership hat of the president do you consider most important? Why?
- Personally, all hats are very important due to the fact that these are what makes the
president, the president. But the most
Assessment for Chapter 5 and 6
1) Explain the significance of the 14th Amendment to American Civil Rights.
- The 14th Amendment was a very important part of history that contributed to American Civil
Right. Before this Amendment, because of
Assessment for Chapter 1 and 2
1) Discuss the fundamental difference between a democracy and a republic.
To start off, a republic is where the law is what rules, in our case, the constitution. On the
other half, a democracy is where the ma
Assessment for Chapter 9
1) Why do politicians use negative campaigning? When did they start using it?
- Nowadays, negative campaigning is a big part of politics. This can go way back to the
1800s presidency of John Adam. Adams was the first
Assessment for Chapter 7 and 8
1) The above videos reveal a tension between media and public officials. Why is this?
- The media seems to be against the politicians, making them seem as if they were
the bad guy. The news anchor who was askin
Assessment for Chapter 15 and 16
1) Discuss the role of the United States Supreme Court in our constitutional system.
- In the Constitution it was stated that our country would have a constitutional system composed
of three branches. Of thes
Chapter 14 Questions
1. Describe intergranular corrosion. Discuss cause, identification, removal and
Intergranular corrosion is a form of corrosion that attacks one particular phase of
constituent of an alloy while ignorin
Running Head: American Airlines Flight 191
American Airlines Flight 191
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
AMERICAN AIRLINES FLIGHT 191
Cause(s) of Accident
The crash of American Airlines Flight 191, involving a Mc Donnell Douglas DC10 o
Chapter 15 Questions
1. Describe dye penetrant as a form of nondestructive inspection. Discuss the
advantages and disadvantages.
Dye penetrant is used to find surface cracks and discontinuities on non-porous metallic
and nonmetallic m
Chapter 11 Questions
1. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of composites.
There are various advantages of composites in terms of using it for the structure of the
aircraft. Composites have a high strength to weight ratio and als
Chapter 8 Questions
1. Describe the relationship between axial and lateral strain.
According to Dole, axial strain, is the change in length, per unit length, of a member that
is in a tension or compression stressed condition [Whereas]
Chapter 13 Questions
1. What are the general requirements for a fatigue crack to form and propagate?
There are three general requirements for a fatigue crack to form and propagate, these include
the presence of a local plastic stress,
Chapter 12 Questions
1. What is a "stress concentration"?
Stress concentration also referred to as stress raisers is an area of high local stress on the
surface of a material or within the material itself. These area of concentrated s
After reading all of these case studies, what have you learned? Summarize your lessons learned and
identify at least three best practices associated with mechanical and structural factors in aviation safety
that could be extracted from these cases.
1) What are the two types of DNA? Why is DNA valuable?
The two types of DNA are:
Mitochondrial DNA (MtDNA) is inherited from an individuals mother only.
Nuclear DNA is found in the nucleus of each cell and consists of billions of pairs of adenine,
1) What are some characteristics of witnesses that may effect the acquisition of information?
Some characteristics of witnesses that may also effect the acquisition are, like fear, expectations,
knowledge, age, physical conditions, and gender.
1) Differentiate between mala en se and mala prohipita crimes. Give one example of each.
Mala in se is Latin, and it deciphers as "awful in itself," or "wrong in itself." It's alluding to
wrongdoings that are a risk to life or appendage, for example, atta
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Chapter #5 Study Guide
Define the following:
Policy a set of guiding principles designed to influence the behavior and decision making of police
Bureaucracy a hierarchically structured administrative organization
1) Discuss the benefits of a diverse police force. How would you recruit from a diverse population?
Over all the issues of racial and other types of social equality have their reflections in the work of police
officers, before making any conclusions and b
1) Distinguish between Professor Herbert Packers crime control model and due process model, and
which do you think has a greater impact on crime reduction?
To my understanding the crime control model believes that the people that are arrested are guilty a
1) Identify several factors of police discretion that influence a police officer's decision. What factor
do you think is most influential?
Several factors of police discretion that influences a police officers decision include:
Nature of the criminal act
1) What are the differences between an interrogation and an interview? What is the ultimate goal of an
The difference between interview and interrogation is that an interview is conducted in a
cordial atmosphere where a witness is more comf
Assignment 4 Nicolly Souza Castro
1. Over the years a combination of constitutional amendments and congressional actions
changed the rights to vote. At first there was not much about voting in the constitution. It left
the decision to individual states. T
Assignment 2 Nicolly Souza Castro
1. Taxation and Finance are included in the articles of a states constitution. These articles
place restrictions on the taxing power of the state and the local government. Whenever
possible, taxpayer groups seek to restri
Assignment 1 Nicolly Souza Castro
1. Economic development is the most influential variable affecting states politic and public policies.
Population growth, one of the three components of economic development, has increased by over
10% between 2000 and 201
Assignment 3 Nicolly Souza Castro
1. Federalism is an arrangement that power is divided between the national and sub national
government. Federalism guarantees the dispersing of power. Decentralization distributes
power amongst different sets of leaders,
Exam 1 Review
A Government consists of those institutions that make authoritative public
policies for society as a whole.
What do Governments do?
1. Maintain national defense,
2. provide public goods,
3. have policy powers to provide or
A Molecular Approach
The Quantum Mechanical Atom
Dr. Laura P. Choudhury
Classical vs. Quantum Theory
Matter: particulate, massive
Energy: continuous, wavelike
Energy same as Matter: particul