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1.   When were cane toads introduced to Australia?     Cane toads were introduc

1.   When were cane toads introduced to Australia?     Cane toads were introduced into north-eastern Australia around 1935.2.   Why were cane toads introduced to Australia?            Cane toads were introduced to Australia to control the cane grub.3.   Where are the cane toads native? The cane toad native is originally from South America and was introduced to Hawaii.4.   Briefly describe the reproductive life-cycle of cane toads.They start as eggs, hatch as tadpoles, develop into juveniles known as metamorphs, grow and mature into an adult. Cane toad may take up…

Read this documentation several times before beginning any programming. Use a s

Read this documentation several times before beginning any programming. Use a systematic, modular approach to develop Project 1. Follow the procedures explained inthe lecture and developed in the class activities. Avoid a “shotgun” approach (trying any andeverything without any definite direction) to the development. Refrain from creating”spaghetti” code (A complicated set of unstructured control structures). Include adequatecomments.Follow these steps. Begin by reading the problem statement multiple times until you have a completeunderstanding of all project requirements. Define the variables. Construct…

How would one create an Activity Diagram/Activity Flow out of the information g

How would one create an Activity Diagram/Activity Flow out of the information given below? Ms. Katie Couling has opened a new business offering landscape supplies and services, called Katie’s Landscaping. She has acquired 2 dump trucks, 2 front-end loaders, hired the necessary drivers (2), and brought on a small sales staff (3). Through her contacts, she has lined up some regular business to provide stone of various sizes, top soil, sand and wood chips for the spring, summer and fall months to…

Princess Emu has a $140 weekly allowance to spend on sparkly headbands and dres

Princess Emu has a $140 weekly allowance to spend on sparkly headbands and dresses. The price of a sparkly headband is $20 and the price of a dress is $40. Use the table below to answer the following 3 questions. Her utility from headbands and dresses is below.(Table is attached)35. What is her marginal utility per dollar spent on the 4th headband? 36. Given her $140 income, to maximize her utility Princess Emu should purchase _______ headbands and ______ dresses.37.…

Read this documentation several times before beginning any programming. Use a s

Read this documentation several times before beginning any programming. Use a systematic, modular approach to develop Project 1. Follow the procedures explained inthe lecture and developed in the class activities. Avoid a “shotgun” approach (trying any andeverything without any definite direction) to the development. Refrain from creating”spaghetti” code (A complicated set of unstructured control structures). Include adequatecomments.Follow these steps. Begin by reading the problem statement multiple times until you have a completeunderstanding of all project requirements. Define the variables. Construct…

The Assignment: Your assignment is to write a “hybrid” report that includes as

The Assignment: Your assignment is to write a “hybrid” report that includes aspects of a BERA, HHRA, and ROD. Your task is to summarize all that you have done at the Ely Mine site and make recommendations about how to remediate the site. Your report should not exceed 10 pages – double spaced (not counting a title page, references, figures, or tables). Use either 11 or 12 point font.The outline that you should follow is:Title PageExecutive Summary: Not to exceed…

INFA 610Foundations of Information Security and AssuranceQuiz 2TRUE/FALSE QUEST

INFA 610Foundations of Information Security and AssuranceQuiz 2TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS:There is a problem anticipating and testing for all potential types of non-standard inputs that might be exploited by an attacker to subvert a program.2. Without suitable synchronization of accesses it is possible that values may be corrupted, or changes lost, due to over-lapping access, use, and replacement of shared values.3. The biggest change of the nature in Windows XP SP2 was to change all anonymous remote procedure call (RPC) access to…

 Nutritional Status of Elders This week, some of our reading involves learning

 Nutritional Status of Elders This week, some of our reading involves learning about nutrition and  its importance in healthy aging. There are many issues involved,  including access to sufficient amounts of healthy foods as well as  physiological changes that occur with aging that may interfere with  metabolism and absorption of nutrients. Assessment of the nutritional  status of elders, and understanding the importance of this factor in the  quality of life of healthy aging, is part of the standard of care of…

ObjectivesIntroductionThroughout the course, you’ve been working to create a ne

ObjectivesIntroductionThroughout the course, you’ve been working to create a new marketing plan for a company of your choice, but you may have not realized it… I certainly never directly said as much!  In our final week together, you’ll take the worksheets you’ve completed in previous weeks and transform them into a digital marketing plan with an outline provided by me. You’ll be doing a fair bit of writing this week, but don’t worry, you’ll also be able to copy and paste…

Put together a Microsoft Excel worksheet to analyze 100 years of canola returns

Put together a Microsoft Excel worksheet to analyze 100 years of canola returnsusing the random number expression =randbetween(X,Y). Yield is 28 – 40 bu/ac.Price is $6 – $10/bu. Cost is $250 – $270/ac. Start with equity of $500/ac and trackgains or losses over the 100 years. Graph cumulative profit and equity. Recalculatescenarios by hitting the key. Set up a table as follows:# Yield Price Sales Costs Profit Cum Profit EquityRepeat 1 with costs $270 – $290.Repeat 1 with costs $240…