Label Chemical Reaction Worksheet

Question Description

I’m working on a chemistry discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

1.Balance the following chemical reactions by placing the correct coefficient in front of the compounds.  Be sure to show your work.  n. (7 points each) 

a.  CH4 + O2 –> CO2 + H2O
b.  Al2(PO3)3 + KOH –> K2PO3 + Al(OH)3
c.  Al2O3 + Fe –> Fe2O3 + Al
d.  NaClO3 –> NaCl + O2
e.  P4O10 + H2O –> H3PO4

St Petersburg College Quality Management Simulation Discussion Replies


Please to respond to each discussion with at least 100 words each. Replies should be constructive regarding experiences in these operations management decisions from the simulation.


This week for the simulation I chose to do the the quality management simulation. In this simulation you are managing a restaurant with a goal of achieving $360,000 in profits while being able to get a star rating above 3.5 stars. I achieved an actual profit of $407157 while raising our star rating to 4.5. I was able to drop my failure rate from 14.73 to 11.96. I did this by strategically investing in different faults that the restaurant had and immediately solving critical issues that popped up. I started off with a low amount of cash on hand so I prioritized what investments I felt would help improve the overall quality of the restaurant. I started off by buying a new pizza oven since the pizza was embarrassingly bad and I retrained my kitchen staff to fix issues with a slow kitchen. By the end of the first month I hired a new kitchen staff and replaced my vendor for meat and dairy. In February I had issues dealing with the patio I decided to downsize the patio menu and have staff dedicated to the patio to keep customer satisfaction high in that area. With the changes in the first two months I was able to reach my star goal and drop the failure rate to 13.76%. In March I retrained the wait staff due to shortcomings. April I was forced to hire a new valet company since the current company was not preforming up to a reasonable standard. In May there was a pest problem that I had remedied immediately, and I decided to invest in some televisions for the restaurant since it was a low-cost investment. In June we ran out of napkins, so I purchased more, and I invested in iPad’s for the staff to try and remedy issues occurring due to check confusion.  In July I had maintenance issues dealing with the plumbing and refrigeration, so I hired a plumber and replaced the refrigerator. In August I decided that I would purchase a new computer system. The complaints about checks continued and purchasing the iPad’s did not do enough to fix the issue so I decided to make the bigger investment in the computer system. The last three months were mostly uneventful, I had to repair the HVAC system, retrain the staff and buy new glassware. I noticed every decision I took throughout the year helped lower my failure rate and raised the rating of the restaurant while keeping profits high. My only regret is that I did not purchase the computer system earlier. I attempted to fix the issues with checks by going with the less expensive option of using iPad’s but ended up needing the computer system a couple months later since the issues dealing with checks next resolved.

2)After completing the quality management simulation of making investment decision for a restaurant, I can say I have expanded my knowledge on a few key areas in this type of business. First, quality management isn’t just the manager making decisions, it involves a team effort and can often be better accomplished by training staff to understand the goal of the restaurant. This is first seen by the initial complaints of customers, stating waiting staff is redistributing untouched bread at other customers table and employee messaging the manager asking if it was alright. This just showed me the staff is uninformed of the procedures and policies of handling food, so the proper approach was to train staff. Secondly, I enjoyed the ways in which the simulation did not let you cut corners just like you can’t in life. For example, when the reviews started showing complaints of the power going out, the decisions presented were to buy candles, or have the electricity fix it which cost far more money. I chose the candle option because of the fact it was far cheaper and it could ambiance to the restaurant. Although the ratings did increase somewhat and many customers even enjoyed the candles the problem did arise again later, so calling the electricity company then was the better option as the first time it was not properly fixed. Had I made the choice to fix the issue before hand I would have ended up spending less money on fixing the lights. Because situations like that do very well happen to businesses every day, it was an important lesson to me as it shows that sometimes when you try and cut corners or taking an easier way out, it can end up costing you more in the long run. Which goes to show that the choices operation managers must make should not always be the cheapest option and spending more now can avoid problems occurring later.  

Strayer University Operations Management Discussion

Question Description

Need help with my Writing question – I’m studying for my class.

1. “The Nature of Aggregate Planning” and how you would incorporate Proverbs 3:5-7 into your planning thought process.

2. Prompt: Discuss how you would apply MRP (Material Requirements Planning )to a restaurant.

Grand Canyon University Healthcare Professional Education Discussion

Question Description

I’m working on a philosophy writing question and need a sample draft to help me learn.

Find three credible sources that discuss critical thinking. One source should be from the assigned and/or optional readings, (Topic 1 study materials), and the other two should be found through your own research from within the library. Read the three sources and consider how they define critical thinking.

In 300-500 words, define critical thinking and expand on what skills are needed to work through the critical thinking process and/or how critical thinking is enhanced. Keep the following guidelines in mind:

  1. The sources you found in your research may influence your definition, but your own ideas should be evident. In other words, your process should be: a) Read some definitions and descriptions of critical thinking; b) Comprehend or digest the information; and c) create a synthesized definition of critical thinking.
  1. Paraphrasing is preferred. Include an in-text citation whenever paraphrasing or using a direct quote. Keep direct quotes between 0-3 per essay.
  1. A reference page that documents the three sources you found (and any other resources you used) is required. Remember, all sources must be cited both in-text and on your reference page.

(Note: Do not simply reword the definitions you read. Consider how you will explain what critical thinking is.)

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.

Peru State College Islam Politics Questions


Part 1 Answer the following question in essay format (1-1.5 pages):

How did Abu Musab al-Zarqawi rise to power?

Part 2 Answer the following questions (1-2 paragraphs each):

1. What role did Syria play in the rise of al-Baghdadi?

2. Are you more confident in writing this week’s book review than the first book review way back in Week 4? Why/why not?

3. Which country are you doing your project on next week? Why did you pick that one?

Part 3 Answer the following question in essay format (1-1.5 pages):

How did Aub Bakr al-Baghdadi view the world?

Part 4 Warrick Book Review

MHA 646 Belhaven University Business Discussion


Discussion 1

Discussion 2

  • How would you define the geographic and product markets of large healthcare organizations such as Mayo Clinic and Johns Hopkins? What are new competitors’ barriers to entry to those markets?
  • Requirements: 250 words minimum initial post, 100 words minimum reply

Stetson University Public Relations Memorandum


According to your text, “Grand openings of stores and hotels can be pretty dull and generate a collective yawn from almost every journalist in town. So how do you come up with something new and different?

Write a memo to your VP of public relations. A new science museum is opening in downtown Daytona Beach, FL

She has suggested using a celebrity, but this can be costly and risky. Using the textbook in Section 15.8.1 as a guide, make a realistic recommendation on a person/group and include a variety of detailed information including: the name and background of a specific celebrity, why they should be engaged, what they will do, how you think the guests would react, if you will sell tickets, what will be the program, how this celebrity fits with your target audience, how you will measure success etc. You may develop other questions as well.

Be sure that you organize each of these answers in separate paragraphs and justify each one.

SNHU Perspectives of Death and Dying Essay


For this journal activity, in order to better understand perspectives of death and dying, you will read the case study presented in the scenario and thoughtfully apply theory to complete the Module Four Activity Template. In the template, you must address each of the following rubric criteria with a minimum of 2 to 5 sentences.

  • Describe which of Kübler-Ross’s stages of grief are most applicable to Jackie’s situation. Explain your response.
  • Explain how a person experiences Kübler-Ross’s stages of grief. Address the following in your response:
    • Does a person move through the stages in a linear fashion?
    • What have you read or experienced about grief to support your answer?
  • Explain why having a sense of cultural competence (empathy, respect, self-awareness, cultural awareness, communication) could help Jamie be a more effective caregiver.
  • Given your unique needs, desires, and aspirations, describe some things that you feel will provide you with a sense of life satisfaction as you enter the later stages of the life span.

GC Religious Right and the Carter Administration Article Discussion


The author’s purpose in writing the article

The author’s main thesis

  1. The author’s challenging of other historical viewpoints
  2. The evidence utilized by the author (specifically primary sources)
  3. Personal likes/dislikes
  4. How could the author make the work stronger?
  5. The recommended audience for the article?
  6. Explain how this article contributes to understanding the history of the United States
  7. An example of how this article supports/contradicts Eric Foner’s Give Me Liberty
  8. Suggested reading to accompany this work (not required, but helpful)

TCA 331 Cal Poly Pomona Singapore’s Success Discussion

Question Description

I’m trying to learn for my Business class and I’m stuck. Can you help?

Singapore is a particularly strong competitor in international convention business. For this discussion please consider the dynamics of Singapore as a location. I have listed a variety of awards and recognitions below that highlight many of the aspects of the nation in this field.

The discussion question is- what are the top three factors that you believe make Singapore such a powerful and successful competitor in international convention business? Also, what can or should other Asian nations learn from Singapore that may bolster their competitive advantages? What are barriers to some other countries achieving the success of Singapore?