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Assignment 2 Risk analysis- Grading Criteria Grading Criteria Proficient Maximum Points Describe the company, its industry, its products, the markets it serves, and the type of operations that will be taken abroad. Clearly described the company, its industry, its products, the markets it serves, and the operations to be started in another country. 8 Consider the assigned readings and the research literature related to this module and develop a country risk analysis for your company. Developed a comprehensive risk analysis of the selected countries of operation for the company supporting the affirmations with current research and reliable data and evidence. 20 Assess the attractiveness of each country for the business and decide which (if any) of the opportunities should be pursued. Analyze the political, social, and economic factors. The attractiveness of each of the two countries is assessed based on a detailed analysis of political, social, and economic factors. A decision is included and supported. 20 Writing Standards Write in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrate ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources (i.e. APA); and display accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Wrote in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrated ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources; and displayed accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation. 12 Total: 60 Functions MAT/117 Version 9 1 Copyright © 2013 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. University of Phoenix Material Functions The focus of this week is to learn more about functions and to work with nonlinear equations. A function is a relationship between two variables; one variable is called the input (or x) and the other variable is the output (or y). The basic idea of a function is that every input has exactly one output. Learn more about functions with the video “Introduction to Functions” from Khan Academy (go to CME > Building Math Confidence > Math Videos > Khan Academy). Types of Functions Functions are used to model data, so patterns or trends can be identified from the data. For that reason, it’s necessary to identify the different types of functions to be able to describe the data. Here is a list of the most typical functions and its graphs: Name of the Function Function Form Graph Linear Quadratic Cubic Rational http://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra/algebra-functions/v/introduction-to-functions Functions MAT/117 Version 9 2 Copyright © 2013 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Radical √ How to Find the Domain and the Range The graph of a function is a continuous line or curve. The domain of a continuous line or curve will be from the smallest x-coordinate where the graph starts to the largest x-coordinate where the graph ends, when reading the x-axis from left ...

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- Assignment 2 Risk analysis- Grading Criteria Grading Criteria Proficient Maximum Points Describe the company, its industry, its products, the markets it serves, and the type of operations that will be taken abroad. Clearly described the company, its industry, its products, the markets it serves, and the operations to be started in another country. 8 Consider the assigned readings and the research literature related to this module and develop a country risk analysis for your company. Developed a comprehensive risk analysis of the selected countries of operation for the company supporting the affirmations with current research and reliable data and evidence. 20 Assess the attractiveness of each country for the business and decide which (if any) of the opportunities should be pursued. Analyze the political, social, and economic factors. The attractiveness of each of the two countries is assessed based on a detailed analysis of political, social, and economic factors. A decision is included and supported. 20 Writing Standards Write in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrate ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources (i.e. APA); and display accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Wrote in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrated ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of
- sources; and displayed accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation. 12 Total: 60 Functions MAT/117 Version 9 1 Copyright © 2013 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. University of Phoenix Material Functions The focus of this week is to learn more about functions and to work with nonlinear equations. A function is a relationship between two variables; one variable is called the input (or x) and the other variable is the output (or y). The basic idea of a function is that every input has exactly one output. Learn more about functions with the video “Introduction to
- Functions” from Khan Academy (go to CME > Building Math Confidence > Math Videos > Khan Academy). Types of Functions Functions are used to model data, so patterns or trends can be identified from the data. For that reason, it’s necessary to identify the different types of functions to be able to describe the data. Here is a list of the most typical functions and its graphs: Name of the Function Function Form Graph Linear Quadratic Cubic Rational http://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra/algebra-
- functions/v/introduction-to-functions Functions MAT/117 Version 9 2 Copyright © 2013 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Radical √ How to Find the Domain and the Range The graph of a function is a continuous line or curve. The domain of a continuous line or curve will be from the smallest x-coordinate where the graph starts to the largest x-coordinate where the graph ends, when reading the x-axis from left to right. The range of a continuous line or curve will be from the smallest y-coordinate where the graph starts to the largest y-coordinate where the graph ends, when reading the y-axis from bottom to top. See the graph below. Operations with Functions
- We can perform the below basic operations with functions. Let and – . Addition: Example: Let and – – – Functions MAT/117 Version 9 3 Copyright © 2013 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Subtraction: Example:
- Let and – – Multiplication: Example: Let and – – Division:
- Example: Let and – (This rational expression cannot be simplified more). The above operations with functions are performed in the same manner as you did with polynomials. Functions MAT/117 Version 9 4 Copyright © 2013 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Zero Product Property This property states that if a multiplication results in zero, then it means one of the factors must be zero. Algebraically this property is written as AB = 0, then A = 0 or B = 0. This property is essential when
- solving quadratic equations by the factoring method, which you will learn in Cognitive Tutor. 1. How are these concepts of direct, inverse, and joint variation used in everyday life? Provide examples for each. 2. Other than those listed in the text, how might the Pythagorean theorem be used in everyday life? Provide examples of each. 3. Post your response to the following: What is the difference between domain and range? Describe a real-life situation that could be modeled by a function. Provide feedback about your classmates' answers. Describe the values for x that may not be appropriate values even when they are defined by your classmates' function. A function could, for example, indicate the amount of bone strength (y) in a living human body over time in years (x). It would not make sense to look at negative years, because the person would not yet be born. Likewise, looking beyond 100 years might not make sense, as many people do not live to be 100. 4. Here's a practice problem for everyone to solve: A function f computes the average individual income in dollars in relation to educational attainment. This function is defined by f (N) = 21,484 f (H) = 31,286 f (B) = 57,181 and f (M) = 70,181 where N denotes no diploma, H a high school diploma, B a bachelor’s degree, and M a master’s degree. Three parts: (a) Write f as a set of ordered pairs. (b) Give the domain and range of f.
- (c) Discuss the relationship between education and income. 5. Scott wants to swim across a river that is 400 meters wide. He begins swimming perpendicular to the shore he started from but ends up 100 meters down river from where he started because of the current. How far did he actually swim from his starting point? 6. In the Old West, settlers often fashioned tents out of a piece of cloth thrown over tent poles and then secured to the ground with stakes forming an isosceles triangle. How long would the cloth have to be so that the opening of the tent was 4 meters high and 3 meters wide? Module 5 Readings Complete the following readings early in the module: · Read the overview for Module 5 · From The globalization paradox: Democracy and the future of the world economy, read the following chapter: · Why Doesn’t Everyone get the Case for Free Trade? · From the Argosy University online library, read: · Griswold, D. (2011). Free trade and the global middle class. Hayek Society Journal, 9. Retrieved from http://www.hayeksocietyjournal.com/free-trade-and-the-global- middle-class.html