AST-101: INTRODUCTORY ASTRONOMY

Module 4 examines how stars are formed from the matter, or cosmic dust, of “empty” space and how they evolve, live, and eventually die. The mass of a star determines how long it lives and how violently it dies. Planet formation appears to be a common result of star formation, and exoplanets are just about everywhere

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AFRM Assignment 1

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This coursework focuses on a new area of risk management and financial markets and will require some research. Read the following article from the “Current issues in financial markets” section of the FRM readings

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Syllabus for AST-101

Introductory Astronomy explores the history and development of astronomy, including the major contributions and discoveries of the scientists who have shaped the field, the objects that can (and cannot) be seen in the nighttime sky, and the birth and fate of the universe

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NURS3020 Reflection Paper

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The purpose of this assignment is to allow the student to reflect on a real-life case of cultural disparity and the impact those differences may have on the individual and family’s attainment of health and well-being. Students will have the opportunity to identify culturally congruent practices that can positively influence patient care outcomes

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Social Explorer Assignment

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In this assignment you will be using Social Explorer to map data trends. You will be looking at how different variables have shifted over time in your area (or maybe they have stayed the same!). You will be creating a PowerPoint document to store your maps and include your write-up

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Research Project #2: Astronomy in Depth

For this report, you will be writing about a real, specific object or phenomenon in space. Your goal is to discuss it from a scientific standpoint – this is a science report, not a history report, and so be sure to include recent material and real research. Even if you are discussing an object discovered by Galileo, you must include modern research as well

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