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Answer the questions and type the answer in the page I provided, it has to be on those two papers I have provided. Thanks

Research Paper basis review of research article
Topic: Implement
tasks that promote reasoning and problem solving
I have already made review of one article ( pre-algebraic reasoning) enclosed as attachment ( Reasearch Paper Draft).
You have to do 4 more and combine all these 5 as one research paper. I am also
enclosing a book which also need to be used for citation as references. Please
make sure to adopt APA format for citation and research paper
Detailed Guidelines & Rubrics are given in the attachment names Instruction:

I have a questions and you need to answer them in maplesoft. Please don’t answer the questions on paper. You have to use maple soft to write them. After that send it to me on file or pdf.

I have a questions and you need to answer them in maplesoft. Please don’t answer the questions on paper. You have to use maple soft to write them. After that send it to me on file or pdf.

With your own words explain what is describing the goal of each section

Research Paper basis review of research article
Topic: Implement
tasks that promote reasoning and problem solving
I have already made review of one article ( pre-algebraic reasoning) enclosed as attachment ( Reasearch Paper Draft).
You have to do 4 more and combine all these 5 as one research paper. I am also
enclosing a book which also need to be used for citation as references. Please
make sure to adopt APA format for citation and research paper
Detailed Guidelines & Rubrics are given in the attachment names Instruction:

PROJECT: ENERGY YEARLY PROJECTIONS USING ELECTRICITY, COAL, AND OIL
ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS
OVERVIEW
Ever wonder how your electricity bill is computed? The following tables gives the watts of
power that are typically required by several major (and not so major) appliances and an
approximate number of hours each day the appliance is used. This project will focus on various
calculations of energy and cost of commonly used appliances using electricity, coal, and oil.
Note: The source of the data located on the below table has been rounded. A direct link to the
original data is located under the Project: Energy Yearly Projections Using Electricity, Coal,
and Oil Resources section entitled How Much Power Do Your Appliances Use?
INSTRUCTIONS
Using the information in tables 1 & 2 and the Project: Energy Yearly Projections Using
Electricity, Coal, and Oil Data Set spreadsheet answer questions 1 – 7. You will submit the
finished spreadsheet as the project in Canvas.
You can locate the Project: Energy Yearly Projections Using Electricity, Coal, and Oil Data
Set spreadsheet under the Project: Energy Yearly Projections Using Electricity, Coal, and
Oil Resources section.
Table 1:
Appliance Central Air
Conditioner
Water
Heater
Clothes
Dryer Oven Dishwasher Fridge Ceiling
Fan
LCD
TV
Watts 8000 3400 3500 1350 1150 1200 120 250
Assume that the number of hours that the aforementioned appliances run during an average day
is given in the table below:
Table 2:
Appliance Central Air
Conditioner
Water
Heater
Clothes
Dryer Oven Dishwasher Fridge Ceiling
Fan
LCD
TV
Hours 8 3 3.5 2 1.5 24 6 6
Add columns to the Project Data spreadsheet that show the following for each appliance:
1. The number of kilowatts of power required by each of these appliances (1 kilowatt =
1000 watts).
2. If the appliance runs the number of hours specified in Table 2, compute the kilowatt-
hours (kWh) of energy that each appliance consumes during an average day. Note: kWh
are found by multiplying the power of an appliance by the number of hours that it is in
use.
3. The number of kilowatt-hours used by each appliance in the entire YEAR.
MATH 114
4. Assuming that electricity costs \$0.13 per kWh, find the electricity cost of running each
appliance for the entire year.
5. According to the US Energy Information Administration, it requires 0.00052 tons of coal
to generate 1 kWh of electricity. Use this conversion to find how much coal would be
required to run each of these appliances for a year.
a. Note: A direct link to this data is located under the Project: Energy Yearly
Projections Using Electricity, Coal, and Oil Resources section entitled How
Much Coal, Natural Gas, or Petroleum is Used to Generate a Kilowatt-Hour of
Electricity?
6. The same source also states that 0.00173 barrels of oil will generate 1 kWh of electricity.
Like question 5, find how much oil each appliance would consume on an annual basis.
7. Add a “Total” row to the spreadsheet that shows how much electricity is consumed by all
8 appliances combined in the course of a day and of a year. Also, find the cost, the
amount of coal that would be required, and the barrels of oil that would be required in
order to run all 8 appliances for a year.
sources to use:
https://unboundsolar.com/solar-information/power-table
https://www.eia.gov/tools/faqs/faq.php?id=667&t=2

Select either the CBM manual for reading or the CBM manual for mathematics.
Read the manual, much of which should be review, and then focus on the case studies. Answer the questions in both case studies.
The assignment outline:
Reading or Mathematics CBM (state which manual)
Case Study One (indicate name of case study student)
questions and responses- please type out the question along with the responses
Case Study Two (indicate name of case study student)
questions and responses- please type out the question along with the responses
Times New Roman
Size 12 font double spaced.
550 words (2 pages)
Due by Sunday, June 26th at 8pm
Eastern Standard Time

Dear Writer,
I need a research paper about numerical analysis of an ordinary differential equation, solution or finding eigenvalues or eigenfunctions of a differential operator. You can choose any numerical method and any operator/equation arising in physics, biology, finance etc. Assignment topic is changeable, it depends on the problem you will choose.
Paper will be submitted to an indexed journal.
Thank you.

PROJECT: ENERGY YEARLY PROJECTIONS USING ELECTRICITY, COAL, AND OIL
ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS
OVERVIEW
Ever wonder how your electricity bill is computed? The following tables gives the watts of
power that are typically required by several major (and not so major) appliances and an
approximate number of hours each day the appliance is used. This project will focus on various
calculations of energy and cost of commonly used appliances using electricity, coal, and oil.
Note: The source of the data located on the below table has been rounded. A direct link to the
original data is located under the Project: Energy Yearly Projections Using Electricity, Coal,
and Oil Resources section entitled How Much Power Do Your Appliances Use?
INSTRUCTIONS
Using the information in tables 1 & 2 and the Project: Energy Yearly Projections Using
Electricity, Coal, and Oil Data Set spreadsheet answer questions 1 – 7. You will submit the
finished spreadsheet as the project in Canvas.
You can locate the Project: Energy Yearly Projections Using Electricity, Coal, and Oil Data
Set spreadsheet under the Project: Energy Yearly Projections Using Electricity, Coal, and
Oil Resources section.
Table 1:
Appliance Central Air
Conditioner
Water
Heater
Clothes
Dryer Oven Dishwasher Fridge Ceiling
Fan
LCD
TV
Watts 8000 3400 3500 1350 1150 1200 120 250
Assume that the number of hours that the aforementioned appliances run during an average day
is given in the table below:
Table 2:
Appliance Central Air
Conditioner
Water
Heater
Clothes
Dryer Oven Dishwasher Fridge Ceiling
Fan
LCD
TV
Hours 8 3 3.5 2 1.5 24 6 6
Add columns to the Project Data spreadsheet that show the following for each appliance:
1. The number of kilowatts of power required by each of these appliances (1 kilowatt =
1000 watts).
2. If the appliance runs the number of hours specified in Table 2, compute the kilowatt-
hours (kWh) of energy that each appliance consumes during an average day. Note: kWh
are found by multiplying the power of an appliance by the number of hours that it is in
use.
3. The number of kilowatt-hours used by each appliance in the entire YEAR.
MATH 114
4. Assuming that electricity costs \$0.13 per kWh, find the electricity cost of running each
appliance for the entire year.
5. According to the US Energy Information Administration, it requires 0.00052 tons of coal
to generate 1 kWh of electricity. Use this conversion to find how much coal would be
required to run each of these appliances for a year.
a. Note: A direct link to this data is located under the Project: Energy Yearly
Projections Using Electricity, Coal, and Oil Resources section entitled How
Much Coal, Natural Gas, or Petroleum is Used to Generate a Kilowatt-Hour of
Electricity?
6. The same source also states that 0.00173 barrels of oil will generate 1 kWh of electricity.
Like question 5, find how much oil each appliance would consume on an annual basis.
7. Add a “Total” row to the spreadsheet that shows how much electricity is consumed by all
8 appliances combined in the course of a day and of a year. Also, find the cost, the
amount of coal that would be required, and the barrels of oil that would be required in
order to run all 8 appliances for a year.
sources to use:
https://unboundsolar.com/solar-information/power-table
https://www.eia.gov/tools/faqs/faq.php?id=667&t=2