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Resources: Brochure Builder

Research waste in your area. How does your city, town, or state manage waste? Document your sources.

Create an informational brochure to hand out at local events and government meetings that will raise environmental awareness of sustainable waste management and how regionally it could be improved. Answer the following questions in your brochure:

How is waste managed currently in your area? How has it changed in the last two decades? Analyze these changes (or lack of changes) and how if at all these are perceived as improvement? What are the current methods and initiatives for recycling, reducing, and reusing in your area? Provide some documentation that these practices are received generally and their economic impact to the region overall and to individuals specifically. How does….

three methods of alternative waste management

Resources: Brochure Builder

Research waste in your area. How does your city, town, or state manage waste? Document your sources.

Create an informational brochure to hand out at local events and government meetings that will raise environmental awareness of sustainable waste management and how regionally it could be improved. Answer the following questions in your brochure:

How is waste managed currently in your area? How has it changed in the last two decades? Analyze these changes (or lack of changes) and how if at all these are perceived as improvement? What are the current methods and initiatives for recycling, reducing, and reusing in your area? Provide some documentation that these practices are received generally and their economic impact to the region overall and to individuals specifically. How does….

global sustainability

Resources: Brochure Builder

Research waste in your area. How does your city, town, or state manage waste? Document your sources.

Create an informational brochure to hand out at local events and government meetings that will raise environmental awareness of sustainable waste management and how regionally it could be improved. Answer the following questions in your brochure:

How is waste managed currently in your area? How has it changed in the last two decades? Analyze these changes (or lack of changes) and how if at all these are perceived as improvement? What are the current methods and initiatives for recycling, reducing, and reusing in your area? Provide some documentation that these practices are received generally and their economic impact to the region overall and to individuals specifically. How does….

energy-efficient design

Resources: LEED™ Presentation; Energy Usage Calculation spreadsheet

Read the LEED™ Microsoft® PowerPoint® Presentation to gain an understanding of the standard for green architecture.

Select the design of a home that uses standard architectural design or nonrenewable, inefficient energy guidelines.

Complete the Energy Usage Calculation spreadsheet. Use the Energy Usage Calculation spreadsheet to complete the following:

Determine the most efficient alternative energy design that would reduce the energy output through built-in calculation. Compare the energy usage in the original to the new design of the chosen home.

Redesign your chosen building to achieve a certified, silver, or gold level of LEED™certification.

Prepare a 10- to 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation and include the following:

Outline your idea for an alternative energy design that includes LEED™ architecture. Determine the most energy-efficient design or alternative energy for the home or building you have chosen. Describe….

sustainable energy sources

Resources: LEED™ Presentation; Energy Usage Calculation spreadsheet

Read the LEED™ Microsoft® PowerPoint® Presentation to gain an understanding of the standard for green architecture.

Select the design of a home that uses standard architectural design or nonrenewable, inefficient energy guidelines.

Complete the Energy Usage Calculation spreadsheet. Use the Energy Usage Calculation spreadsheet to complete the following:

Determine the most efficient alternative energy design that would reduce the energy output through built-in calculation. Compare the energy usage in the original to the new design of the chosen home.

Redesign your chosen building to achieve a certified, silver, or gold level of LEED™certification.

Prepare a 10- to 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation and include the following:

Outline your idea for an alternative energy design that includes LEED™ architecture. Determine the most energy-efficient design or alternative energy for the home or building you have chosen. Describe….

the energy savings

Resources: LEED™ Presentation; Energy Usage Calculation spreadsheet

Read the LEED™ Microsoft® PowerPoint® Presentation to gain an understanding of the standard for green architecture.

Select the design of a home that uses standard architectural design or nonrenewable, inefficient energy guidelines.

Complete the Energy Usage Calculation spreadsheet. Use the Energy Usage Calculation spreadsheet to complete the following:

Determine the most efficient alternative energy design that would reduce the energy output through built-in calculation. Compare the energy usage in the original to the new design of the chosen home.

Redesign your chosen building to achieve a certified, silver, or gold level of LEED™certification.

Prepare a 10- to 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation and include the following:

Outline your idea for an alternative energy design that includes LEED™ architecture. Determine the most energy-efficient design or alternative energy for the home or building you have chosen. Describe….

Earthquake Weather.

I have attached a list of different earthquake myths. the homework assignment requires you to choose any THREE earthquake myths and try to explain why they are in fact incorrect. You can use credible sources like the USGS, SCEC, etc. You must write at least a paragraph per myth to explain why it is incorrect.

 

Earthquake myth list:

 

1. Earthquake Weather.

 

2. California is going to fall into the ocean.

 

3. Earthquakes occur on a certain time of day.

 

4. Earthquakes occur when the planets align.

 

5. A lot of small earthquakes will prevent a big earthquake.

 

6. A Youtuber claiming that they can predict the next earthquake.

 

7. Dogs and cats can predict earthquakes

 

a three-dimensional rectangular prism’s volume

MATH125: Unit 2 Submission Assignment Answer Form

Mathematical Modeling and Problem Solving

ALL questions below regarding painting a bedroom must be answered. Show ALL step-by-step calculations, round all of your final answers correctly, and include the units of measurement. For full credit, all explanations must be given in the spaces provided. Upload this modified Answer Form to the intellipath Unit 2 Submission lesson. Make sure that you submit your work in a modified Microsoft Word document; scanned or handwritten work will not be accepted. If you need assistance, please contact your course instructor.

All of the commonly used formulas for geometric objects are just the mathematical models of the characteristics of physical objects. For example, because a basketball is approximately a sphere, it can be partially modeled….

Face Dimensions

MATH125: Unit 2 Submission Assignment Answer Form

Mathematical Modeling and Problem Solving

ALL questions below regarding painting a bedroom must be answered. Show ALL step-by-step calculations, round all of your final answers correctly, and include the units of measurement. For full credit, all explanations must be given in the spaces provided. Upload this modified Answer Form to the intellipath Unit 2 Submission lesson. Make sure that you submit your work in a modified Microsoft Word document; scanned or handwritten work will not be accepted. If you need assistance, please contact your course instructor.

All of the commonly used formulas for geometric objects are just the mathematical models of the characteristics of physical objects. For example, because a basketball is approximately a sphere, it can be partially modeled….

the units of measurement

MATH125: Unit 2 Submission Assignment Answer Form

Mathematical Modeling and Problem Solving

ALL questions below regarding painting a bedroom must be answered. Show ALL step-by-step calculations, round all of your final answers correctly, and include the units of measurement. For full credit, all explanations must be given in the spaces provided. Upload this modified Answer Form to the intellipath Unit 2 Submission lesson. Make sure that you submit your work in a modified Microsoft Word document; scanned or handwritten work will not be accepted. If you need assistance, please contact your course instructor.

All of the commonly used formulas for geometric objects are just the mathematical models of the characteristics of physical objects. For example, because a basketball is approximately a sphere, it can be partially modeled….