Question 1 (2 pts) Predicting relative solubilities of substances Which compound is more soluble in the given solvent?

Question 1 (2 pts) Predicting relative solubilities of substances Which compound is more soluble in the given solvent?1-butanol (CH3CH2CH2CH2OH) or butane (CH3CH2CH2CH3) in waterChloroform (CHCl3) or carbon tetra chloride (CCl4) in waterQuestion 2 (3 pts) Using Henry’s Law to calculate gas solubility If air contains 78% N2 by volume, what is the solubility of N2 in water of 25oC and 1 atm (Henry’s constant kH for N2 in H2O at 25oC = 7 x 10-4 mol/L.atm)?Question 3 (3 pts)In a solution of 20 g NaCl and 40 g of water, there are_____ g solute_____ g solvent_____ g solutionQuestion 4 (4 pts)Calculate the molarity of each of the following solutions20.0 g NaCl in 1.0 L H2O33 g glucose, C6H12O6, in 5.00 x 102 mL solutionQuestion 5 (4 pts)Calculate the number of grams of solute that would be needed to make each of the following solutions2.50 x 102 mL of 0.100 M NaCl2.50 x 102 mL of 0.200 M C6H12O6, glucoseQuestion 6 (6 pts)a) A saturated silver chloride solution contains 1.58 x 10-4 g silver chloride per 100 mL solution. What is the molarity of the solution?b) How many grams of silver and how many grams of chloride ions are in 1 L of solution?Question 7 (4 pts) Calculate the molarity of the following solutionsDissolve 0.1 g of CaCO3 in 1 L of solution. 71 g of Na2SO4 is dissolved in 6.0 L of solution. 68 g of CaSO4 is dissolved in 4.0 L of solution. 80 grams of NaOH is dissolved in 2.0 L of solutionQuestion 8 (5 pts) More molarity problems.2 moles of salt are dissolved in 5 L of solution. What is the molarity of the solution?What is the molarity of a solution if 10.0 g of HCl are dissolved in 400 mL of solution?What is the molarity of a solution if 15.0 g of NaOH is dissolved in 1400 mL of solution?How many moles of solute are in 300 mL of a 0.450 M solution?How many moles of KCl are in100 mL of a 0.110 M KCl solution?Question 9 (3 pts) Calculating molalityHow many grams of glucose (C6H12O6) must be dissolved in 563 gram of ethanol (C2H5OH) to prepare a 2.40 x 10-2 m solution?Question 10 (3 pts): Osmotic pressureA 0.30 M solution of sucrose (C12H22O11) at 37oC has approximately the same osmotic pressure as blood. What is the osmotic pressure of blood?Question 11 (3 pts): Freezing point depressionThe freezing point of benzene is 5.5oC. What is the freezing point depression of a solution of 5.00 g naphthalene (C10H8) in 444 g benzene (Kf of benzene = 4.90oC/m)?Question 12 (6 pts) Solutions and MixturesWhat is the concentration of solute particles (or ions) in mol/L present in 1 L of the following aqueous solutions? Assume all compounds listed are soluble. (Hint: which of these compounds are ionic compounds and will dissociate, and which ones are not? See also Chapter 2 and 3)0.07 M KI0.07 M K2SO40.070 M Ba(NO3)20.070 M Na3PO40.070 M ethanol (C2H5OH)2.50 M (NH4)3PO4Question 13 (4 pts) Concentrations (Show your calculations!)How many moles of (NH4)3PO4 are present in 100.0 mL of 2.50 M (NH4)3PO4?How many moles of ions are present in 100.0 mL of 2.50 M (NH4)3PO4?

On February 16, 2012, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced that it would initiate the rulemaking process to postpone the date…

On February 16, 2012, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced that it would initiate the rulemaking process to postpone the date for implementation of ICD-10-CM/PCS. This announcement had quite an effect on healthcare providers and HIM professionals. Research how this ICD-10-CM/PCS delay affects each the following groups and post your summary:physicianshospitalsHIM educators

The Global Workplace Assignment Type: Individual Project Deliverable Length: 500 – 700 words Outsourcing work to other countries is problematic for…

The Global WorkplaceOutsourcing work to other countries is problematic for organizations. You have taken on a new client that wants to outsource much of it customer care center to another country. The driving business need for the organization is that the current call center overhead is driving down thebottom line. Moving the call center offshore to Asia will mean the loss of over 120 jobs at their South Carolina center. Discuss the legal, moral and businessimplications of such a move, including the impact to workforces in both countries.

Which statement describes best the overall message in this political cartoon? People should be more environmentally friendly during the holiday season. Our forests are being depleted during the holida

Which statement describes best the overall message in this political cartoon? People should be more environmentally friendly during the holiday season.

Our forests are being depleted during the holiday season.

Be cautious of companies that make statements about being environmentally friendly.

Increased spending during the holidays benefits the economy.

In 100-150 words answer the following questions: Use an example to explain the difference between a logical process models and physical process…

In 100-150 words answer the following questions:1. Use an example to explain the difference between a logical process models and physical process models.2. A wealthy businessman owns a large number of paintings that he loans to museums all over the world. He is interested in setting up a system that records what he loans to whom so that he does not lose track of his investments. He would like to keep information about the paintings that he owns as well as the artists who painted them. He also wants to track the various museums that reserve his art, along with the actual reservations. Obviously, artists are associated with paintings, paintings are associated with reservations, and reservations are associated with museums.a. Which four entities would belong on this data model? b. Which are some of the basic attributes for each entity?3. Describe how Joint Application Design (JAD) might be considered a better information-gathering technique than the traditional method of requirements gathering? What are its shortcomings?

1. The law of which country provided the roots for U.S. law?

1.The law of which country provided the roots for U.S. law?A) A. FranceB) B. GermanyC) C. CanadaD) D. England2.The Occupational Safety and Health Administration promulgated a rule requiring guards for hand-fed circular crosscut table saws. The purpose of the guards is to keep employees clear of any danger zones. This rule is:A) A. An executive orderB) B. A statuteC) C. Common lawD) D. Administrative law3.Common law refers to:A) A. Law that is the same or similar in all the statesB) B. Law made when judges decide cases and then follow those decisions in later casesC) C. Law made by legislatures in the form of statutesD) D. The legal systems of France, Germany, and Italy4.Hasbro, Inc., the trademark owner of “Candy Land,” sought a court injunction to stop Internet Entertainment Group, LTD from using the domain name, “” Internet Entertainment Group had established a sexually explicit site at the domain name. An injunction can only be issued by:A) A. A juryB) B. A judge exercising equitable powersC) C. An executive orderD) D. A subpoena5.The doctrine of stare decisis:A) A. Makes the legal process more expensiveB) B. Is an equitable remedyC) C. Makes the law more predictableD) D. Is unimportant to the common law6.In 1992, the North Carolina Supreme Court ruled in a case entitled Goodman v. Wenco Foods, Inc., that when a substance in food causes injury to a consumer of the food, it is not a bar to recovery against the seller that the substance was natural to the food. If, in a 2004 case involving a consumer’s injury caused by a fish bone in a bowl of fish chowder, the court followed the decision in Goodman v. Wenco Foods, Inc., the court’s action in the second case is an example of:A) A. Stare decisisB) B. Statutory lawC) C. Public lawD) D. Criminal law7.In 1998, the President of the United States and other world leaders signed an agreement on global warming called the Kyoto Protocol. Subsequently, the Senate was asked to ratify the agreement. The Kyoto Protocol is:A) A. An executive orderB) B. A statuteC) C. An administrative lawD) D. A treaty8.Which of the following played a role in the creation of the U.S. government by solving the problem of federalism?A) A. The VisigothsB) B. The Iroquois Native AmericansC) C. ConfuciusD) D. Alexis de Tocqueville9.Congress enacted legislation in 1933 to regulate the securities industry and prohibit various forms of fraud with securities. The Securities Exchange Act of 1934 was passed a year later. This law created the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as an independent regulatory entity whose function is to administer the two laws. The SEC has generated rules and regulations to administer these acts. These rules and regulations are:A) A. StatutesB) B. Administrative lawC) C. Executive ordersD) D. Common law10.Henry David Thoreau felt that war was unjust and therefore refused to pay his taxes when the United States declared war on Mexico. Thoreau felt that there was a higher law than the law of the land. Which theory of jurisprudence was he applying?A) A. Legal PositivismB) B. Natural LawC) C. Legal RealismD) D. Common Law11.In analyzing a situation to determine how to act ethically, a business manager should:A) A. Gather background information by either talking firsthand with the people involved or by talking to those who gained information informally through the company “grapevine”B) B. Narrowly focus on a single issueC) C. Determine whether an alternative is “just”D) D. All of the answers are correct12.Zeno, Inc. is considering relocating its manufacturing facility from Illinois to Mexico City. The stakeholders in this decision might include:A) A. Zeno’s shareholdersB) B. CustomersC) C. The Illinois community in which Zeno operatesD) D. All of the above13.Ethics is the study of:A) A. Sovereign immunityB) B. How people should actC) C. Respondeat superiorD) D. Victimization14.Does ethical behavior maximize profitability?A) A. Yes, there is concrete evidence that ethical behavior maximizes profitabilityB) B. No, there is concrete evidence that unethical companies outperform ethical companiesC) C. There is no universal agreement on the answer to this questionD) D. There is strong evidence that ethical behavior pays financially in the long run, but not in the short run15.Why should ethics be a concern to business?A) A. Society as a whole benefits from ethical behaviorB) B. People feel better when they behave ethicallyC) C. Unethical behavior can be very costlyD) D. All of the above16.Which of the following are alternatives in dealing with issues of ethics in advertising?A) A. Try, in a general way, to minimize racism, sexism, and other exploitationB) B. Include, as part of the development process, a systematic, focused review of the underlying messages contained in advertisementsC) C. Refuse to create ads that are potentially demeaning, insensitive, or dangerous, recognizing that such a stand may lead to a loss of clientsD) D. All of the above are alternatives in dealing with issues of ethics in advertising17.Research has shown that the least important motivation for managers in behaving ethically is:A) A. They want to feel good about themselvesB) B. They want to feel good about the decisions they makeC) C. They value their reputationD) D. Profitability18.Why do many major corporations actively encourage ethical behavior?A) A. Unethical behavior always damages a businessB) B. Unethical behavior can quickly destroy a businessC) C. Unethical acts are always illegalD) D. All of the above are reasons that corporations actively encourage ethical behavior19.The observation that “The one and only social responsibility of business is to increase profits” can be attributed to:A) A. Kenneth LayB) B. William C. Ford, Jr.C) C. Milton FriedmanD) D. Immanuel Kant20.The Utilitarian approach to decision making is to:A) A. Ask the following question: which alternative causes the greatest good (or least harm) to the most people.B) B. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.C) C. Ignore ethicsD) D. Put short-term profits before all other considerations 21.The most accurate statement regarding appellate courts is:A) A. Appellate courts often hear new evidence and testimonyB) B. Appellate courts generally accept the factual findings of the trial courtC) C. Only the federal court system has appellate courtsD) D. Appellate courts hear only criminal cases22.Advantages of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) include:A) A. ADR is faster than litigationB) B. ADR keeps the parties talking rather than fightingC) C. ADR is less expensive than litigationD) D. All of the above are advantages of ADR23.The fastest growing method of dispute resolution in the United States is:A) A. ArbitrationB) B. NegotiationC) C. MediationD) D. Litigation24.Jurisdiction is:A) A. The study of lawB) B. The authority of a court to decide a particular type of caseC) C. A federal court conceptD) D. Applicable only to appeals courts25.Tony fell and injured himself in a Mega Toy Store. Mega Toy Store is incorporated in Delaware. Tony is a resident of Nevada but was injured in a Mega Toy Store located in Arizona. Mega Toy does not do business in Nevada. Tony’s damages exceed $100,000. If Tony decides to sue Mega Toy Store:A) A. He may file the lawsuit in an Arizona state courtB) B. He may file the lawsuit in a federal district court in ArizonaC) C. He must file the lawsuit in a federal district court because the federal courts would have diversity jurisdiction in this caseD) D. Either A or B26.Which of the following are discovery methods?A) A. InterrogatoriesB) B. Requests for admissionC) C. Physical or mental examinationsD) D. All of the above27.Holt and Collins decide to have their dispute arbitrated by Corrales. Which of the following will NOT be a result of the arbitration?A) A. Corrales will render a binding decisionB) B. Holt and Collins retain the right to a class actionC) C. Holt and Collins give up the right to discoveryD) D. Corrales need not give reasons for the decision28.Roberto sued Monica for injuries received in a traffic accident. If Monica does not respond to the complaint and summons served by Roberto within the prescribed time limits, Roberto may obtain a:A) A. Judgement on the pleadingsB) B. Summary judgementC) C. Pretrial conferenceD) D. Default judgment29.Roxanne was injured when she fell in a hole while walking across her landlord’s parking lot. She and her lawyer hope they can settle the claim. Which of the following statements about settlements is correct?A) A. A case can be settled provided it has not been filed with the court.B) B. A case can be settled provided that discovery has not commenced.C) C. A case can be settled provided the jury has not heard any testimony.D) D. A case can be settled at any time.30.In a civil case, the plaintiff must prove the case:A) A. By a preponderance of the evidenceB) B. By clear and convincing evidenceC) C. Beyond a reasonable doubtD) D. None of the above; the burden of proof is on the defendant31.The concept of stare decisis focuses most on:A) A. PredictabilityB) B. FlexibilityC) C. Legislative intentD) D. Change32.Karen is a strong swimmer. One afternoon she is having a picnic at a lake and sees a man she does not know drowning. Generally, Karen:A) A. Has a legal duty to rescue the manB) B. Has a legal duty to rescue the man, but only if her efforts will not pose a serious threat to her own safetyC) C. Has a legal duty to rescue the man since, as a strong swimmer, she is treated as a “special class” of persons who must get involved in such situations.D) D. Has no legal duty to rescue the man.33.The U.S. Supreme Court was asked to decide whether same-sex sexual harassment is a violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. This law forbids discrimination in employment on the basis of sex. In interpreting statutes, the court may use which of the following?A) A. The plain meaning ruleB) B. Legislative historyC) C. Public PolicyD) D. All of the above34.Psychologist Holtz is working with a patient, Rebecca, who has expressed the intention to seriously harm two of her acquaintances. If you apply the principle set forth by the Supreme Court of California in the Tarasoff v. Regents of the University of California case, Psychologist Holtz:A) A. Has, because of the bystander rule, no duty to warn the foreseeable victims about Rebecca’s expressed intention to harm them.B) B. Has a duty to exercise reasonable care to protect foreseeable victims of Rebecca’s violence.C) C. Is in a special relationship with patients, and this relationship creates a privilege of confidentiality between the communicants.D) D. Will be held to a strict duty of care and will be held liable for any victim’s injuries if Holtz failed to warn them of Rebecca’s potential violence toward them.35.The Environmental Protection Agency was investigating whether Exgrow, Inc. violated the Clean Air Act. Exgrow refused to give the EPA its computerized reports concerning pollution. To get the reports, EPA should use:A) A. A stare decisisB) B. A de novoC) C. An excaliburD) D. A subpoena duces tecum36.In December 1999, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) filed an administrative complaint against Marlin Firearms Co. alleging that the company exceeded chromium emissions limits. The EPA proposed a $257,162 fine. Which statement is correct concerning administrative agency adjudication?A) A. A jury decides the matterB) B. The Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure govern the admissibility of evidence.C) C. The losing party has a right to appeal.D) D. The parties are not represented by attorneys.37.In 1900, the Minnesota Supreme Court ruled that a minor can void a contract at any time during minority. In 2007, the courts in Minnesota still follow this ruling. This is an example of:A) A. Stare decisisB) B. The bystander ruleC) C. Statutory lawD) D. Enabling legislation38.What is the major distinction between executive and independent agencies?A) A. Executive agencies govern business issues while independent agencies regulate individual matters.B) B. The President has greater control over executive agencies.C) C. The Administrative Procedure Act regulates independent agencies but not executive agencies.D) D. Subpoenas may be issued by independent agencies; executive agencies do not have subpoena power.39.A subpoena duces tecum is different from an ordinary subpoena in that a subpoena duces tecum:A) A. can only be given to an expert to require a personal appearance before a court or administrative hearing.B) B. is binding on a person even if it is mailed to the person rather than handed to her by a process server.C) C. allows for privileged or confidential information to be turned over the a court or administrative agency.D) D. requires the person to bring specified documents to the court or administrative hearing.40.Bert had his driver’s license suspended by the state department of transportation. He believes his constitutional due process rights were violated by the administrative agency. Can he immediately file a court action to have agency’s actions reviewed?A) A. Yes. A court has the jurisdiction to immediately review an agency’s alleged unconstitutional action.B) B. Yes. Bert must specifically allege his constitutional rights have been violated and file a court action in federal court – not a state court.C) C. No. Bert must first utilize the administrative agency’s procedures to review the suspension before he seeks judicial review by a court.D) D. No. A court of law does not have jurisdiction to review an administrative agency’s actions.41.If there is a conflict between a state and federal law, generally the federal law will prevail because of the:A) A. Federalism doctrineB) B. Supremacy ClauseC) C. Paramount doctrineD) D. Interstate Commerce Clause42.The primary source of federal power to regulate business is the:A) A. Supremacy ClauseB) B. Commerce ClauseC) C. Contract ClauseD) D. Privilege and Immunities Clause43.The Fourteenth Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause “strict scrutiny” test will be used when the classification:A) A. Affects and economic interestB) B. Affects a person’s right to driveC) C. Differentiates on the basis of raceD) D. Affects a person’s right to drink alcoholic beverages44.The Bill of Rights refers to:A) A. the inalienable rights found at the beginning of the Constitution.B) B. the first ten amendments to the Constitution.C) C. a specific listing of individual rights found in the original text of the Constitution.D) D. a grouping of individual rights set forth by the United States Supreme Court shortly after the Constitution was ratified by the states.45.Nevada passed a law banning all commercial billboards along state highways to rid the state highways of billboards, which are offensive to citizens. If this law were to be challenged, which of the following would a court examine to determine if the law is constitutional?A) A. It would have to be established that the law furthers an interest of the state of Nevada to create a more aesthetically pleasing environment.B) B. It would have to be shown that the law directly advances the state’s goal of a more aesthetically pleasing environment.C) C. It would have to be shown that the law reaches no further than necessary to promote the state goal.D) D. All of the above.46.The states have a severely restricted power to enact laws that affect interstate commerce. This concept is called:A) A. federalism.B) B. the undue burden concept.C) C. constitutional hierarchy.D) D. the dormant aspect of the Commerce Clause.47.The power to regulate international commerce can best be described as:A) A. the states and the federal government share concurrent power.B) B. the federal government has exclusive power.C) C. the states have exclusive power to regulate.D) D. the executive branch of the government has exclusive power.48.When Congress passed a criminal statute called the “Gun-Free School Zones Act,” the Supreme Court ruled that:A) A. the law was valid as a proper exercise of the power to regulate interstate commerce.B) B. the law was void for vagueness; thus, it was not valid.C) C. the law was not valid since Congress exceeded its power under the Commerce Clause.D) D. although the law was not a proper exercise of the power to regulate interstate commerce, Congress had the power to create such legislation on other grounds. Therefore, the statute was valid.49.A law that prohibits out-of-state residents from using a state’s parks violates the Constitution’s:A) A. Equal Protection ClauseB) B. Due Process of Law ClauseC) C. Supremacy ClauseD) D. Commerce Clause50.Ikerd was entering the United States from a trip abroad when the Customs Service confiscated some goods she had purchased and brought back with her. The determination of whether the government is attempting to take property and what type of hearing the Customs Service must offer Ikerd, is an analysis of:A) A. Substantive due processB) B. Procedural due processC) C. The Takings ClauseD) D. Eminent domain

A disaster or terrorist attack can occur anywhere and at any time.

A disaster or terrorist attack can occur anywhere and at any time. The four classical phases of the emergency management cycle provide a framework for communities, states, and the federal government to prevent/mitigate, prepare, respond, and recover from these incidents. The NRFdescribes the roles and responsibilities not only of public-sector agencies but also of the private sector, NGOs, and individuals and households. The extent to which a community can endure and survive a major disaster or terrorist attack reflects how its emergency plan was constructed; using the four classical phases as a guide.

Within the context of the NRF, if you were a local emergency manager, discuss how you would best prepare a community for a large-scale emergency attack or disaster?