1:Important to cancer research is the profession of a tumor registrar. Research what a tumor registrar does and share your information with the class. If you were working in an oncologist office, how does your coding of the neoplasm ICD-10-CM codes assist in what the tumor registrar is ultimately responsible in providing information to the medical community?2:Consumer Driven Health PlansConsumer Driven Health Plans provide individuals with an incentive to control the care and cost of health benefits. Research a CDHP such as an HRA, HSA, or FSA and discuss ways that you might be able to control cost if you were enrolled in the plan.3:You will see 9 mini-scenarios. In each scenario, you will read about a student in a course who is engaging in some type of behavior. Your job is to determine if the student’s actions are cheating, not cheating, or “it depends.”Create a list from 1-9, and after each number, write your determination (cheating, not cheating, it depends).If you write “it depends” – you must explain your reasoning.Then select ONE of the 9 answers that was “cheating” and explain why it was cheating.4:Flip to “A Collection of Good Writing” in the back of The Writer’s Way and locate the following informative essays:“How to Be Younger” by Laura Kate James (p. 352)“Scratch that Itch” by Bennett Lindsey (p. 355)“The Sprout Route” by Winston Bell (p. 356)“Why Falling in Love Feels so Good” by Judy Krause (p. 358)Do not read the entire essay just yet. Read only the title and first paragraph of each. In your initial post, answer the following questions:If you had to read just one of these essays all the way through, which one would you pick? Why? Did the subject already interest you or was there something the writer did in the title and first paragraph which pulled you in? What does this tell you about the importance of titles and introductions? Can you identify particular strategies to use in your own writing?Now go back and read only the last paragraph of whichever essay you selected. Answer the following questions (do this in the same initial post or add a second post; both of these will count as your “initial post” for this discussion): Did the conclusion fulfill some sort of “promise” set up in the introduction? Explain.Does the conclusion leave you with a final thought or impression? If the essay teaches you how to do something, do you feel compelled to do it? Why or why not?What does this tell you about the importance of conclusions? Can you identify strategies to use in your own writing?Now feel free to read the entire essay and add any additional comments you may have.In your responses: Compare your findings on the same essay to those of the topic starter’s. If you didn’t read the intro and conclusion of the same essay, go back and read them before you comment.5:Principles of Finance IWEEK 8: Discussion Prompt #1 -For a market to be efficient, a market must be large and liquid. Accessibility and cost information must be widely available and released to investors at the same time. In the age of information technology (IT), however, markets all over the world are gaining greater efficiency. For this discussion, discuss specific ways that IT has helped to make markets more efficient. As an investor, what information would you be most interested in before making investment decisions?6:Principles of Finance IWEEK 8: Discussion Prompt #2 – Financial decisions, return, risk, and the firm’s value are all related. The world of finance is intertwined in the daily decisions that are made by the organization. For this discussion, consider a key event that is being considered at your company. This could be the launch of a new product, opening another location, etc. In your response, provide specific examples how these areas are related to the decision that the organization must make when deciding whether to move forward with this project.7:Genetic EngineeringDiscuss a recent example of the use of genetic engineering in the agricultural or medical fields. In your description, provide information on the ethical considerations of the technological advancement, advantages/disadvantages of the application, and the potential regulations required to prevent unethical actions. 8:Recent research confirms that the demand for cigarettes is not only price inelastic, but it also indicates smokers with incomes in the lower half of all incomes respond to a given price increase by reducing their purchases by amounts that are more than four times as large as the purchase reductions made by smokers in the upper half of all incomes. How can the income and substitution effects of a price change help explain this?Review price elasticity of demand and supply. Price elasticity describes the sensitivity between quantity demanded/supplied and price when a change in price occurs. A relatively lower change in quantity versus a change in price means the product is more price inelastic; a higher relative change in quantity versus a price change indicates more price elastic. Review the substitution effect and income effect dynamics.9:Week 8 DiscussionPlease watch the weekly discussion video. Answer the following questions based on your experiences within the course:What skills do you think this course has helped you to develop?Do you see those skills being beneficial in other courses and/or your daily life?How do you think algebra – either the skills or the concepts – can be applied in your career?What topic did you find the most interesting and why?What advice would you give to a student starting the class next term?
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Student Success – Week 4 Discussion
Scenarios
Mini-scenarios
1. Ana is taking an online psychology class. The instructions for the exams indicate
that the test is “open book/open note.” Yet the exam has a time limit of two hours.
She takes her test with two computers open – one has her notes and the book on
it, and the other one is used to access the test. Is this cheating?
2. Bob and Brenda discovered through the discussion forum that they are in the
same city. They decided that they will go to the local coffee shop to take their
economics midterm exam which is “open book/open note.” The exam has a time
limit of two hours. On a few of the questions, Bob and Brenda discussed the
questions, compared their notes, and agreed upon an answer before submitting
their test responses. Is this cheating?
3. Collette wrote a paper in sociology class and wanted to use part of it in her
psychology class. She copied and pasted the portion she had written in the
sociology paper. She then continued to write more content in the psychology
paper around the pasted portion. Is this cheating?
4. Diana is not the best writer, and even though she is working with a tutor every
week, there are still times that her written thoughts are not clear to others. When
she is writing essay responses on an exam, she calls her mother over to read her
responses and edit her paragraphs so that her writing is clear. Is this cheating?
5. Eduardo uses the online library to gather sources for his research paper. The
paper requires citations in APA format. There is a button that Eduardo can click
that provides the APA citation, so instead of writing the citation himself, he clicks
the button and copies/pastes the citation into his paper. Is this cheating?
6. Frank is taking the same business class that his girlfriend took last term. She
gave him all her notes and papers. Frank reads her papers and the instructor’s
comments before writing his own papers. He uses her notes along with his own
notes for the “open book/open note” exams. Is this cheating?
7. George is writing a paper for his environmental science course. While
researching fossil fuels, he reads each paragraph in the source (article or
webpage), then closes the article and writes down what he remembers without
looking back at the source. Because he is working from his own memory, he does
not cite the sources. Is this cheating?
8. Howard does not type well – he uses the “hunt and peck” method. The exams in
his courses are timed, and they are closed book, closed note. During the midterm
exam, he gets through most of the questions, but because of his poor typing skills,
he discovers he is running out of time and he still needs to answer two more shortanswer questions. With just one minute left, he takes note of the final two
questions, and then time expires. He calls the I.T. desk and reports that his
computer stopped during the exam period. He gets confirmation of that work ticket
for his instructor. Meanwhile, he starts typing answers to the final two questions
from the exam so he can also submit those to his professor, along with the I.T.
work request ticket. Is this cheating?
9. Iris has no idea what to do for her poetry analysis paper. She doesn’t understand
the terms or how they apply to the poem. In fact, she doesn’t understand the
message of the poem. She “googles” the poem and finds several places where
she can purchase an essay on the topic. She buys one of the papers, and then
tries to insert her own words and thoughts into the purchased paper before
submitting it. Is this cheating?

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