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Answer the following questions by topic, do not combine. Full page. Do not need

Answer the following questions by topic, do not combine. Full page. Do not need style (APA/MLA).
The answers need to be besed on the following title: Invisible Rays Downside to Humans Health Proposal
How do you plan to persuade these stakeholders that this problem is serious enough to need fixing? What arguments and evidence will you need to cite to prove it (be specific about this).
What resources–time, energy, money, manpower–will be required to make this all work?
The essay will be attached to be used as a template and better understood; however, use outside fonts to answer the questions.

Open the line spectra from the links for each element given in the following que

Open the line spectra from the links for each element given in the following questions and record the wavelengths (in nm) from the images and the corresponding color of all lines that you can identify.
Note that the bottom numbers in the images give you the wavelength in nanometers(nm).
Images Credit: Dave Shaffer’s Astronomy Site

(Click on the above link to open the video. If your browser does not allow for a

(Click on the above link to open the video. If your browser does not
allow for a popup window, open a new window and paste in the link. You
may need to re enter your college ID and password) After you watch the video, please write a short synopsis essay and
upload it below. Click the “ADD SUBMISSION” button to upload a word or
PDF file or enter an online text. https://www.google.com/url?q=http://libpro.pittcc….
Requirements: 1 paragraph

Writing Your Response: A minimum of two paragraphs are required. You are not req

Writing Your Response:
A minimum of two paragraphs are required.
You are not required to support your post with references, but you are encouraged to include images, graphics, links to videos, and so on to create a more dynamic submission.
Topic of Conversation: What about Pluto?
The demotion of Pluto from planetary status in 2006 caused worldwide frustration, anger, and disdain toward the International Astronomical Union (IAU) who voted to demote Pluto’s planetary status. Perhaps you remember where you were when you heard the news that Pluto was no longer a planet in our solar system. Do you remember your reaction?
Did you know that Pluto’s planetary status continues to come back up for debate?
Here are the steps you will need to take to complete this conversation:
Watch the Nova special “The Pluto Files” found at https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3bvnuo (Links to an external site.) or
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUS7kKaG-9s&t=1s (Links to an external site.)
Either read the transcript or listen to this short 60-second update from Scientific American on how Pluto is up for planetary status debate again:
http://www.scientificamerican.com/podcast/episode/pluto-bids-to-get-back-planetary-status1/ (Links to an external site.)
In your initial two paragraph post, comment on the following questions:
What was your initial reaction when you heard the news that Pluto was no longer a planet? Are there any other cosmic objects that you feel strongly about?
Science is an ever changing field as our knowledge continues to expand. Does this surprise you? Are there any other scientific discoveries or events that help you to recognize this tentative nature of science?
The list of dwarf planets (now the dominant category of our solar system) continues to grow. Should we again change the definition of a planet? What do you think should be considered for an object to be classified as a planet?
So…after watching & reading…what is your vote? Is Pluto a planet or not? Justify your answer with data, not opinion!
If you feel a little creative…can you create a new pneumonic device for our CURRENT solar system (excluding the dwarf planets)? (Please make sure it is school appropriate!) 😉

Hi Class, Please read carefully Our midterm exam is the week of July 5 and takes

Hi Class, Please read carefully Our midterm exam is the week of July 5 and takes place on the day of our regular class session. The test will be available in the “Assignment” area. Called “NAT161 Midterm”. It should be at the top of the list. The Exam: The exam is an individual exam to be taken only by yourself. Kindly review Seneca’s Academic Integrity Policy linked below. The length of the exam will be 1 hour in length. (the time is adjusted for students with accommodations) The exam is worth 20% of your final grade. There will be approximately 40 questions (multiple choice), each question is worth 1 point. NOTE: depending on your class, there might be several short answer questions and fewer multiple choice questions. The exam will be accessible on blackboard. The exam will be available for a 22 hour period starting at 1am until 11pm (01:00h to 23:00h) on your regular class day. The 22 hour period is based on the current North American Eastern time zone where the college resides. You must take the exam within that 22 hour period. You will not be allowed to start the exam AFTER 10:30pm Eastern Time We cannot proctor the exam, therefore the exam will be considered to be open book & open notes only. The questions will be randomly chosen, so no exams will be identical. The exam grades will be posted once all students have completed the exam and the results have been reviewed. Most likely posted the week following the exam. NOTE: No Backtracking. You cannot go back to a question. You must answer each question as it is presented to you. Content: The exam will include all topics covered in the first 6 weeks of the course. Exam questions usually come from the tutorial slides, recorded discussions and the worksheets. The readings are there to provide extra information to help students understand the concepts presented in the tutorial slides and to fill in gaps. There will be no math or computations required, therefore no calculator is needed for the exam.