Describe the International Monetary System.

In Chapter 2, you were introduced to various aspects of the international monetary system. In your own words, describe the evolution of the international monetary system up to through the flexible exchange rate regime. In your description, discuss the criteria for a good international monetary system. Also, be sure to support your answer by explaining why the stated criteria are necessary. Chapter 2 attached please use it as reference, Reference for that chapter is: Eun, C. S., & Resnick, B. G. (2015). International financial management (7th ed.). Retrieved from https://redshelf.com/

Is there sufficient data to answer each of the research question(s)/hypothesis(es) asked in the study?

ADDITIONAL WORK / EXTRA PAGES: Chapter 4: Data Analysis and Results
Introduction
The purpose of this chapter is to summarize the collected data, how it was analyzed and then to present the results. This section of Chapter 4 briefly restates the problem statement, the methodology, the research question(s), hypothesis(es) or phenomena, and then offers a statement about what will be covered in this chapter. Chapter 4 should present the results of the study as clearly as possible, leaving the interpretation of the results for Chapter 5. Make sure this chapter is written in past tense and reflects how the study was actually conducted.
This chapter typically contains the analyzed data, often presented in both text and tabular, or figure format. To ensure readability and clarity of findings, structure is of the utmost importance in this chapter. Sufficient guidance in the narrative should be provided to highlight the findings of greatest importance for the reader. Most researchers begin with a description of the sample and the relevant demographic characteristics presented in text or tabular format. Ask the following general questions before starting this chapter:
1. Is there sufficient data to answer each of the research question(s)/hypothesis(es) asked in the study?
2. Is there sufficient data to support the conclusions made in Chapter 5?
3. Is the study written in the third person? Never use the first person.
4. Are the data clearly explained using a table, graph, chart, or text?
Visual organizers, including tables and figures, must always be introduced, presented and discussed within the text first. Never insert them without these three steps. It is often best to develop all the tables, graphs, charts, etc. before writing any text to further clarify how to proceed. Point out the salient results and present those results by table, graph, chart, or other form of collected data.
Criterion
*(Score = 0, 1, 2, or 3) Learner Score Chair Score Methodologist Score Content Expert Score
INTRODUCTION (TO THE CHAPTER)
(Minimum two to four paragraphs or approximately one page)
Reintroduces the purpose of the research study. X
Briefly describes the research methodology and/or research questions/hypotheses tested. X
Provides an orienting statement about what will be covered in the chapter. X
Section is written in a way that is well structured, has a logical flow, uses correct paragraph structure, uses correct sentence structure, uses correct punctuation, and uses correct APA format. X
*Score each requirement listed in the criteria table using the following scale:
0 = Item Not Present or Unacceptable. Substantial Revisions are Required.
1 = Item is Present. Does Not Meet Expectations. Revisions are Required.
2 = Item is Acceptable. Meets Expectations. Some Revisions May be Suggested or Required.
3 = Item Exceeds Expectations. No Revisions are Required.
Reviewer Comments:

Descriptive Findings
This section of Chapter 4 provides a narrative summary of the population or sample characteristics and demographics of the participants in the study. It establishes the number of subjects, gender, age, education level or employee classification, (if appropriate), organization, or setting (if appropriate), and other appropriate sample characteristics (e.g., education level, program of study, employee classification, etc.). The use of graphic organizers, such as tables, charts, histograms and graphs to provide further clarification and promote readability, is encouraged to organize and present coded data. Ensure this data cannot lead to anyone identifying individual participants in this section or identifying the data for individual participants in the data summary and data analysis that follows.
For numbers, equations, and statistics, spell out any number that begins a sentence, title, or heading – or reword the sentence to place the number later in the narrative. In general, use Arabic numerals (10, 11, 12) when referring to whole numbers 10 and above, and spell out whole numbers below 10. There are some exceptions to this rule:
• If small numbers are grouped with large numbers in a comparison, use numerals (e.g., 7, 8, 10, and 13 trials); but, do not do this when numbers are used for different purposes (e.g., 10 items on each of four surveys).
• Numbers in a measurement with units (e.g., 6 cm, 5-mg dose, 2%).
• Numbers that represent time, dates, ages, sample or population size, scores, or exact sums of money.
• Numbers that represent a specific item in a numbered series (e.g., Table 1).
A sample table in APA style is presented in Table 1. Be mindful that all tables fit within the required margins, and are clean, easy to read, and formatted properly using the guidelines found in Chapter 5 (Displaying Results) of the APA Publication Manual 6.0 (2010).

Table 1.

Correct Formatting for a Multiple Line Table Title is Single Spacing and Should Look Like this Example
Variable Column A
M (SD)
Column B
M (SD) Column C
M (SD)
Row 1 10.1 (1.11) 20.2 (2.22) 30.3 (3.33)

Is there sufficient data to answer each of the research question(s)/hypothesis(es) asked in the study?

ADDITIONAL WORK / EXTRA PAGES: Chapter 4: Data Analysis and Results
Introduction
The purpose of this chapter is to summarize the collected data, how it was analyzed and then to present the results. This section of Chapter 4 briefly restates the problem statement, the methodology, the research question(s), hypothesis(es) or phenomena, and then offers a statement about what will be covered in this chapter. Chapter 4 should present the results of the study as clearly as possible, leaving the interpretation of the results for Chapter 5. Make sure this chapter is written in past tense and reflects how the study was actually conducted.
This chapter typically contains the analyzed data, often presented in both text and tabular, or figure format. To ensure readability and clarity of findings, structure is of the utmost importance in this chapter. Sufficient guidance in the narrative should be provided to highlight the findings of greatest importance for the reader. Most researchers begin with a description of the sample and the relevant demographic characteristics presented in text or tabular format. Ask the following general questions before starting this chapter:
1. Is there sufficient data to answer each of the research question(s)/hypothesis(es) asked in the study?
2. Is there sufficient data to support the conclusions made in Chapter 5?
3. Is the study written in the third person? Never use the first person.
4. Are the data clearly explained using a table, graph, chart, or text?
Visual organizers, including tables and figures, must always be introduced, presented and discussed within the text first. Never insert them without these three steps. It is often best to develop all the tables, graphs, charts, etc. before writing any text to further clarify how to proceed. Point out the salient results and present those results by table, graph, chart, or other form of collected data.
Criterion
*(Score = 0, 1, 2, or 3) Learner Score Chair Score Methodologist Score Content Expert Score
INTRODUCTION (TO THE CHAPTER)
(Minimum two to four paragraphs or approximately one page)
Reintroduces the purpose of the research study. X
Briefly describes the research methodology and/or research questions/hypotheses tested. X
Provides an orienting statement about what will be covered in the chapter. X
Section is written in a way that is well structured, has a logical flow, uses correct paragraph structure, uses correct sentence structure, uses correct punctuation, and uses correct APA format. X
*Score each requirement listed in the criteria table using the following scale:
0 = Item Not Present or Unacceptable. Substantial Revisions are Required.
1 = Item is Present. Does Not Meet Expectations. Revisions are Required.
2 = Item is Acceptable. Meets Expectations. Some Revisions May be Suggested or Required.
3 = Item Exceeds Expectations. No Revisions are Required.
Reviewer Comments:

Descriptive Findings
This section of Chapter 4 provides a narrative summary of the population or sample characteristics and demographics of the participants in the study. It establishes the number of subjects, gender, age, education level or employee classification, (if appropriate), organization, or setting (if appropriate), and other appropriate sample characteristics (e.g., education level, program of study, employee classification, etc.). The use of graphic organizers, such as tables, charts, histograms and graphs to provide further clarification and promote readability, is encouraged to organize and present coded data. Ensure this data cannot lead to anyone identifying individual participants in this section or identifying the data for individual participants in the data summary and data analysis that follows.
For numbers, equations, and statistics, spell out any number that begins a sentence, title, or heading – or reword the sentence to place the number later in the narrative. In general, use Arabic numerals (10, 11, 12) when referring to whole numbers 10 and above, and spell out whole numbers below 10. There are some exceptions to this rule:
• If small numbers are grouped with large numbers in a comparison, use numerals (e.g., 7, 8, 10, and 13 trials); but, do not do this when numbers are used for different purposes (e.g., 10 items on each of four surveys).
• Numbers in a measurement with units (e.g., 6 cm, 5-mg dose, 2%).
• Numbers that represent time, dates, ages, sample or population size, scores, or exact sums of money.
• Numbers that represent a specific item in a numbered series (e.g., Table 1).
A sample table in APA style is presented in Table 1. Be mindful that all tables fit within the required margins, and are clean, easy to read, and formatted properly using the guidelines found in Chapter 5 (Displaying Results) of the APA Publication Manual 6.0 (2010).

Table 1.

Correct Formatting for a Multiple Line Table Title is Single Spacing and Should Look Like this Example
Variable Column A
M (SD)
Column B
M (SD) Column C
M (SD)
Row 1 10.1 (1.11) 20.2 (2.22) 30.3 (3.33)

Which type of bond has the greater interest-rate risk?

chapter 3, 17. In April 2009, the growth rate of M1 fell to 6.1%, while the growth rate of M2 rose to 10.3%. In September 2013, the year-over-year growth rate of the M1 money supply was 6.5%, while the growth rate of the M2 money supply was about 8.3%. How should Federal Reserve policymakers interpret these changes in the growth rates of M1 and M2? chapter 4, 11. If interest rates decline, which would you rather be holding, long-term bonds or short-term bonds? Why? Which type of bond has the greater interest-rate risk?

Do bondholders fare better when the yield to maturity increases or when it decreases?

chapter 3, 5. Most of the time it is quite difficult to separate the three functions of money. Money performs its three functions at all times, but sometimes we can stress one in particular. For each of the following situations, identify which function of money is emphasized. a. Brooke accepts money in exchange for performing her daily tasks at her office, since she knows she can use that money to buy goods and services. b. Tim wants to calculate the relative value of oranges and apples, and therefore checks the price per pound of each of these goods as quoted in currency units. c. Maria is currently pregnant. She expects her expenditures to increase in the future and decides to increase the balance in her savings account. 12. Rank the following assets from most liquid to least liquid: a. Checking account deposits b. Houses c. Currency d. Automobiles e. Savings deposits f. Common stock chapter 4, 1. Write down the formula that is used to calculate the yield to maturity on a twenty-year 10% coupon bond with a $1,000 face value that sells for $2,000 2. Explain which information you would need to take into consideration when deciding to receive $5,000 today or $5,500 one year from today. 4. Do bondholders fare better when the yield to maturity increases or when it decreases? Why? You can post before the deadline. No credit after the deadline.

Based on you knowledge of the Patients’ Bill of Rights, has Dr. Smith complied with the provider part of the agreement?

Write 2 paragraph about this situation, Must answer the following questions to pass this competency.
Based on you knowledge of the Patients’ Bill of Rights, has Dr. Smith complied with the provider part of the agreement? Did she provide enough information so that Mr. Lincoln can make a decision? Does Mr. Lincoln have a choice about the type of treatment he has? Does Mr. Lincoln have the right to refuse treatment? Since he is refusing, what happens now? Should this information be documented? What can you as the Medical Assistant do to help the provider and patient in this situation?

Based on you knowledge of the Patients’ Bill of Rights, has Dr. Smith complied with the provider part of the agreement?

Write 2 paragraph about this situation, Must answer the following questions to pass this competency.
Based on you knowledge of the Patients’ Bill of Rights, has Dr. Smith complied with the provider part of the agreement? Did she provide enough information so that Mr. Lincoln can make a decision? Does Mr. Lincoln have a choice about the type of treatment he has? Does Mr. Lincoln have the right to refuse treatment? Since he is refusing, what happens now? Should this information be documented? What can you as the Medical Assistant do to help the provider and patient in this situation?

Develop two commendations for the video teacher observed from the highest rated items in the completed observation instrument.

OVERVIEW

Teacher evaluations were historically used for teacher retention or dismissal purposes. In this modern era, emphasis in changing to the use of teacher evaluations as tools from which teacher improvement plans are developed. This assignment provides opportunity for each candidate to use completed data from the observation instrument used in the video observation assignment to create a professional development plan for the video teacher observed. In so doing, candidates practice skills in data assessment and the use of data to strategically improve a teacher’s pedagogical skills.

INSTRUCTIONS

The candidate will:

• Develop two commendations for the video teacher observed from the highest rated items in the completed observation instrument.
• Develop one recommendation from the video teacher’s lowest rated areas in the completed observation instrument.
• Complete the Video Observation Professional Development Plan template.
Here’s the video link: High School teacher: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2vqJGcU-so

Develop two commendations for the video teacher observed from the highest rated items in the completed observation instrument.

OVERVIEW

Teacher evaluations were historically used for teacher retention or dismissal purposes. In this modern era, emphasis in changing to the use of teacher evaluations as tools from which teacher improvement plans are developed. This assignment provides opportunity for each candidate to use completed data from the observation instrument used in the video observation assignment to create a professional development plan for the video teacher observed. In so doing, candidates practice skills in data assessment and the use of data to strategically improve a teacher’s pedagogical skills.

INSTRUCTIONS

The candidate will:

• Develop two commendations for the video teacher observed from the highest rated items in the completed observation instrument.
• Develop one recommendation from the video teacher’s lowest rated areas in the completed observation instrument.
• Complete the Video Observation Professional Development Plan template.
Here’s the video link: High School teacher: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2vqJGcU-so