Short response on balance vs. Symmetry

Please find the link below

Through these link you have to make a short response on balance vs. Symmetry. Word count is 150 words.


SEE Formatting Template

11 pt. font/no word limit

Chapter 1: What is Art? Who Makes Art?

Your Name:

Site or Artist:

Writing Style:Poetry

“Place Your Creative Title Here between the Quotes”

Chapter 2: Essential Elements of Art

Your Name:

Site or Artist:

Writing Style: Design Analysis

“Place Your Creative Title Here between the Quotes”

Chapter 3: Design and Everyday Life

Your Name:

Site or Artist:

Writing Style: Simple Outline

“Place Your Creative Title Here between the Quotes

Chapter 4: Techniques, Materials, and Form

Your Name:

Site or Artist:

Writing Style: Story

“Place Your Creative Title Here between the Quotes”

Chapter 5: History of Art

Your Name:

Site or Artist:

Writing Style: Adjective

“Place Your Creative Title Here between the Quotes”

Optional Self-Assessment (using 7-pt Rubric on one of the above)








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Theater Discussion

This chapter deals with many forms of Contemporary American Theatre that are outside the “norm” or the “mainstream” of commercial entertainment. Wilson talks about the lack of government support for the arts in this country, and cuts to the NEA (National Endowment for the Arts) program. Do you believe that the government should encourage and financially support theatre (as in most European countries), even non-traditional theatre, or should all theatre be profitable and self-sufficient? Is the quality and diversity of theatre affected by a purely capitalist approach? Be sure to use clear examples with support.


Analysis the picture (Design major)

Part one. Eidetic


Please mainly talk about the red line on the graph which I colored two different color here (yellow and blue), distinguish THE HUNTERS and THE HUNTED. Also, talk about the chart and the map analysis

Part two. Chromatic


Mainly talk about what does different color whale stands for?

And what color does this picture used widely? Why?

Part Three.79c1d0b8e8b89e29a8a5781479d4947

Analyze the Typesetting

Why put the main whale picture in the middle of the graph?

Why whales type on the top?

Why map on the side?

Why chart below?

Why showing graph/typesetting like this

LAB 13

As the IT specialists of an organization you should be aware of software programs such as VeraCrypt that allows users to create hidden volumes inside other files such as a picture or word document. We have talked about outsider threats and now covering insider threats.

From the previous exercise an employee was suspected of saving client username and passwords. One obvious point – to find hidden drives is by looking at the file size for most word documents and images sizes are in megabytes. While a file that normally should be small is 2 GB on an employees workstation should draw a red flag.. For a better understanding you will do the following.

  • Watch the video (below)
  • Download VeraCrypt
  • Input the attached file inside a hidden volume
  • Take screen shots of the process, after every screenshot write a brief description of what is happening in the picture.

In the “conclusion” section answer the questions:

  • What is an insider threat?
  • Do you recommend that employees be able to download and install programs without permission?
    WeServeEveryone Clinic  
    1111 First Street California 111-111-11111   Fax: 111-111-1111 Chart Summary

    Monica Latte

    Home: 444-444-4444 Female  DOB: 04/04/1950 0000-44444 Ins: Commercial xxxxx


    Patient Information

    Name: Monica Latte Home Phone: 444-444-4444
    Address: 4444 Coffee Ave                 Chocolate, California Office Phone:
    Patient ID: 0000-44444 Fax:
    Birth Date: 04/04/1950 Status: Active
    Gender: Female Marital Status: Divorced
    Contact By: Phone Race: Black
    Soc Sec No: 444-444-4444 Language: English
    Resp Prov: Carl Savem MRN: MR-111-1111
    Referred by: Emp. Status: Full-time
    Email: Sens Chart: No
    Home LOC:WeServeEveryone External ID: MR-111-1111




    PRINIVIL TABS 20 MG (LISINOPRIL) 1 po qd Last Refill: #30 x 2 : Carl Savem MD (08/27/2010) HUMULIN INJ 70/30 (INSULIN REG & ISOPHANE (HUMAN)) 20 units ac breakfast Last Refill: #600 u x 0 : Carl Savem MD (08/27/2010)


    Allergies and Adverse Reactions (! = critical)

    Services Due


    3/18/2011 – Office Visit: F/u Diabetes Provider: Carl Savem MD Location of Care: WeServeEveryone Clinic


    History of Present Illness  Reason for visit: Routine follow up  Chief Complaint: No complaints


    Diabetes Management  Hyperglycemic Symptoms  Polyuria: no Polydipsia: no Blurred vision: no

    Sympathomimetic Symptoms  Diaphoresis: no Agitation: no Tremor: no Palpitations: no Insomnia: no

    Neuroglycopenic Symptoms  Confusion: no Lethargy: no Somnolence: no Amnesia: no Stupor: no Seizures: no

    Review of Systems

    General: denies fatigue, malaise, fever, weight loss Eyes: denies blurring, diplopia, irritation, discharge Ear/Nose/Throat: denies ear pain or discharge, nasal obstruction or discharge, sore throat Cardiovascular: denies chest pain, palpitations, paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea, orthopnea, edema Respiratory: denies coughing, wheezing, dyspnea, hemoptysis Gastrointestinal: denies abdominal pain, dysphagia, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation Genitourinary: denies hematuria, frequency, urgency, dysuria, discharge, impotence, incontinence Musculoskeletal: denies back pain, joint swelling, joint stiffness, joint pain Skin: denies rashes, itching, lumps, sores, lesions, color change Neurologic: denies syncope, seizures, transient paralysis, weakness, paresthesias Psychiatric: denies depression, anxiety, mental disturbance, difficulty sleeping, suicidal ideation, hallucinations, paranoia Endocrine: denies polyuria, polydipsia, polyphagia, weight change, heat or cold intolerance Heme/Lymphatic: denies easy or excessive bruising, history of blood transfusions, anemia, bleeding disorders, adenopathy, chills, sweats Allergic/Immunologic: denies urticaria, hay fever, frequent UTIs; denies HIV high risk behaviors

    Vital Signs

    WeServeEveryone Clinic March 24, 2011
    1111 First Street California 111-111-11111   Fax: 111-111-1111 Page 2 Chart Summary

    Ht: 64 in. Wt: 140 lbs.T: 98.0 degF. T site: oral P: 72 Rhythm: regular R: 16 BP: 158/90

    Physical Exam

    General Appearance: well developed, well nourished, no acute distress Eyes: conjunctiva and lids normal, PERRLA, EOMI, fundi WNL Ears, Nose, Mouth, Throat: TM clear, nares clear, oral exam WNL Respiratory: clear to auscultation and percussion, respiratory effort normal Cardiovascular: regular rate and rhythm, S1-S2, no murmur, rub or gallop, no bruits, peripheral pulses normal and symmetric, no cyanosis, clubbing, edema or varicosities Skin: clear, good turgor, color WNL, no rashes, lesions, or ulcerations

    Problems (including changes): Blood pressure is lower. Feet are inspected and there are no callouses, no compromised skin. No vision complaints.

    Impression: Sub optimal sugar, control with retinopathy and neuropathy, high glucometer readings. Will work harder on diet. Will increase insulin by 2 units.

    Home Glucose Monitoring: AC breakfast 110 to 220 AC breakfast mean 142 AC dinner 100 to 250 AC dinner mean 120


    Medications: HUMULIN INJ 70/30 20 u ac breakfast

    PRINIVIL TABS 20 MG 1 qd

    Treatment: Will have annual foot exam at next visit.


    UA Metabolic Panel

    Education/Counseling (time): 5 minutes

    Coordination of Care (time): 20 minutes

    Follow-up/Return Visit: 3 months

    Disposition: return to clinic

    WeServeEveryone Clinic March 24, 2011
    1111 First Street California 111-111-11111   Fax: 111-111-1111 Page 2 Chart Summary

    03/18/2011 – Lab Report: Metabolic Panel Provider: Carl Savem MD


    (1) Metabolic Panel(ML-03CHEM)

    ALK PHOS 72 35-100
    BG  RANDOM 125  mg/dl 70-125
    BUN 16  mg/dl 7-25
    CALCIUM 9.6  mg/dl 8.2-10.2
    CHLORIDE 101  mmol/l 96-109
    CO2 27  mmol/l 23-29
    CREATININE 0.7  mg/dl 0.6-1.2
    PO4 2.9  mg/dl 2.5-4.5
    POTASSIUM 4.5  mmol/l 3.5-5.3
    SGOT  (AST) 31  U/L 0-40
    BILI  TOTAL 0.7  mg/dl 0.0-1.3
    URIC  ACID 4.8  mg/dl 3.4-7.0
    LDH,  TOTAL 136  IU/L 0-200
    SODIUM 135  mmol/l 135-145


    (2) HbA1c Test HbA1c level 6.0% (3) Lipid Profile Cholesterol, Total   210 mg/dl Triglycerides           236 mg/dl HDL Cholesterol    36 LDL Cholesterol     107

    WeServeEveryone Clinic March 24, 2011
    1111 First Street California 111-111-11111   Fax: 111-111-1111 Page 2 Chart Summary

    Female  DOB: 04/04/1950                      0000-44444                          Ins: Commercial xxxxx

      Date 03/18/2011
    HEIGHT (in) 64
    WEIGHT (lb) 140
    TEMPERATURE (deg F) 98
    TEMP SITE oral
    PULSE RATE (/min) 72
    RESP RATE (/min) 16
    BP SYSTOLIC (mm Hg) 158
    BP DIASTOLIC (mm Hg) 90
    CHOLESTEROL (mg/dL)  
    HDL (mg/dL)  
    LDL (mg/dL)  
    BG RANDOM (mg/dL) 125
    FLU VAX  
    TD BOOSTER 0.5 ml g
    Foot Exam  
    Eye Exam Complete

WEKA Analysis — Part II- Assignment 10

  1. Use the following learning schemes to analyze the zoo data (in zoo.arff):


– weka.classifiers.OneR

Decision table

– weka.classifiers.DecisionTable -R


– weka.classifiers.j48.J48


– weka.clusterers.SimpleKMeans

Try using reduced error pruning for the C4.5.  Did it change the produced model? Why?

For K-means, for the first run, set k=10.  Adjust as needed.  What was the final number of k? Why?

  1. Use the following learning schemes to analyze the breast tumor data.

Linear regression

– weka.classifiers.LinearRegression


– weka.classifiers.M5′

Regression Tree

– weka.classifiers.M5′

K-means clustering

– weka.clusterers.SimpleKMeans

A) How many leaves did the Model tree produce? Regression Tree? What happens if you change the pruning factor?

How many clusters did you choose for the K-means method? Was that a good choice? Did you try a different value for k?

B) Now perform the same analysis on the bodyfat.arff data set.

  1. Use a k-means clustering technique to analyze the iris data set. What did you set the k value to be? Try several different values.  What was the random seed value? Experiment with different random seed values.  How did changing of these values influence the produced models?
  2. Produce a hierarchical clustering (COBWEB) model for iris data.  How many clusters did it produce? Why? Does it make sense? What did you expect?

Asking people to make my high-poly model convert into Lowpoly model [MAYA]

 The game for which you are making your Loot Box. For example, a hyper-real game like God of War (PS4) would have higher resolution loot boxes, whereas Pokémon Go would allow for a fewer amount of polygons. How far the camera will be from the Loot box. First-person games usually allow players to get very close to characters and objects, whereas the camera in strategy games sits far back. If this is a separate screen, like the Overwatch loot box screen, this is a “hero” asset and can contain more polygons. Your low resolution Loot Box should have no more than 40,000 triangles. The mesh should be clean and free of errors: no n-gons, no stray vertices, no lamina faces, no concave faces, etc. You can use Maya’s Cleanup Tool (Links to an external site.) to find errors. Deliverables:  Your low resolution mesh in either Maya format, .OBJ, or .FBX. Files with the high-res mesh or any geometry that isn’t part of your low-res mesh will not be accepted. Consider this your hand off to another artist, in a professional setting. Three “hero” screenshots, shaded with wireframe on and anti-aliasing on and as little UI as possible, showcasing your low resolution mesh. A minimum of one screenshot showing your low-res and high-res meshes side by side. Same setup as above. OPTIONAL: Detail screenshots showcasing specially difficult retopology areas, and/or silhouette screenshots showcasing your retopo work. Determining the goal poly count for your mesh is more of an art than a science. If this is your first time doing this, it is OK to “guesstimate.” 3D artists typically get the polygon budget from the design/tech art team. The 40k poly limit is a semi-arbitrary number to give you a guideline and eliminate some guesswork.  What you’re going for is a good, technically proficient asset, so lower poly count doesn’t always mean better. It depends heavily on the game you’re making this for and the choices you make. Do some research, examine the games you play, download 3D assets, etc. This is part of being a good 3D artist.  Here are some references for the poly count of characters in popular games (Links to an external site.). You can treat your loot box as a character, or a hero asset.  It is very important that you don’t get bogged down by the tools. Maya’s Quad Draw is a great tool that allows you to quickly create polygons on top of high-res meshes. However, as demonstrated in the video lectures, it is not the only way to do retopology. Focus on the result, not the tools.

Search the Internet for an article where physical security failed Propose a possible change in that organization’s physical security that could have prevented the breach/failure for that scenario Submit at least 3 but no more than 4 pages apa format

  • Search the Internet for an article where physical security failed
  • Propose a possible change in that organization’s physical security that could have prevented the breach/failure for that scenario
  • Submit at least 2 but no more than 4 pages double spaced
  • No photos or graphs
  • Reference all sources used
  • APA formatting REQUIRED and worth 20% of your grade!
  • Plagiarism checker active – if over 20%, you will receive a 0 on this activity!

Art History

Your final assignment is to curate an online art exhibition that has artwork representing each Unit in chronological order. Using the unit outlines as a guide, organize an image presentation where each of the units are represented (at least two images per Unit). Be creative, and generate an exhibition that represents your personal tastes and what you have discovered throughout the course. Choose two artists or artistic styles from each Unit and search for art online that you can relate to and discuss, based on how you have learned to evaluate the art in each Unit. For each image selected, write a brief appraisal, as if you were a critic. Put the facts and figures aside, and describe your personal reactions to each piece, as if you were visiting a museum with a friend and expressing your reactions based on the knowledge you have acquired. Accompanying the image presentation, write a final paper linked to the discoveries of your presentation, with appraisals for each Unit as well as a final reflection on what you have learned, including new knowledge or discoveries.

The final product will include:

1. Presentation

a. Cover slide

b. Sections based on era

i. Images/photos of the era (one image per slide)

ii. Brief description of the piece

iii. Citations covering any needed resources

c. APA formatted Reference slide

2. Written document

a. Cover page

b. Sections linked to presentation slides

i. Brief appraisal

ii. Personal reaction

c. Reflection

i. Reflection on what you learned; including new knowledge or discoveries

d. APA formatted Reference page