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Please answer the following questions in a separate word document while following any instructions given for each question
Question #1 Choose the correct answer
1) Pure Risk is defined as:
A) An event that offers no opportunity for financial gain
B) The chance a loss will occur
C) A diversifiable risk
D) A contingency that increases the chance of a loss
2) All the following are direct losses except:
A) A car is stolen
B) A house suffers flood damage
C) An apartment must be rented after a house is destroyed by fire
D) A business loses \$100,000 in a law suit
3) All the following are direct losses except:
A) A house is burglarized
B) A store loses \$200,000 in sales because a fire closes it down for two weeks
C) A corporation must pay \$1 million in ransom when its CEO is kidnapped
D) A delivery truck needs \$15,000 in repairs after a collision
4) Which of the following is not an example of a Catastrophic Loss Event?
A) Hurricane Katrina
B) Donald Trump assigned president of the united states
C) September 11, 2001 terror attacks
D) 2004 Tsunami in the Indian Ocean
5) Which of the following is not a method of protection of risk?
A) Group insurance plans
B) Employee benefits
C) Social insurance
D) Humanitarian aid
6) Which of the following is not a hazard?
A) Storing one ton of dynamite in a garage
B) Unhealthy habits (eating lots of junk food and smoking)
C) Skating on thin ice
D) Getting shot accidentally while deer hunting
Question #2
The above figure represents a simple supply chain for a restaurant; you are required to name 2 risks that may occur at every stage of this supply chain and how you would manage or avoid this risk. (Only two risks per stage is required)
Question #3
As a financial risk consultant your client comes to you with two projects, he intends to choose only one to invest in
Project X Project Y
Initial investment = \$10,000 Initial Investment = \$15,000
Annual ROI = 10% Annual ROI = 12%
Returns: Year 1 = \$5,000 Returns: Year 1 = \$4000
Year 2 = \$6,000 Year 2 = \$6000
Year 3 = \$7,000 Year 3 = \$8,000
Question #4
Briefly answer the following questions according to your understanding of the course:
Which offers a better investment plan, Simple or compound interests?…

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## ANSWER BOTH FORUMS SEPARATE. Submit each one on it’s on!!! 250 words minimum  T

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ANSWER BOTH FORUMS SEPARATE. Submit each one on it’s on!!!250 words minimum The forum for this week addresses the third learning objective:  Produce an original opinion based on assigned literature.Which character in Wuthering Heights do you find most interesting? This could be the character you find most relatable, repulsive, complex, caring, strange, etc. Pretend you are this character and write a diary entry. You could consider what motivates the character, how he or she feels about other characters, what he or she will do in the future, etc. Be sure to go beyond plot summary and develop insights into the character you have selected. If you have not finished the novel, answer this question based on what you know thus far about the character.250 words minimum The forum for this week addresses the third learning objective:  Produce an original opinion based on assigned literature and the fourth learning objective: Discuss major literary movements in English literature from the 18th century to the present.After completing the assigned readings and reviewing the resources, discuss the reading of one of the assigned literary authors you believe best represents the Romantic period and why. (Hint:  consider common characteristics of Romantic literature as discussed in the introductory reading and documentaries)

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## Separate Peace Research Paper

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A Separate Peace,” John Knowles once said, “Looking back now across fifteen years I could see with great clarity the fear I had lived in, which must mean that in the interval I had succeeded in a very important undertaking: I must have made my escape from it” (Knowles 10). The “fear” mentioned previously, is a result of the times Knowles lived in, a time of a war, which had even affected his comfortable life at a private school. A Separate Peace,” by John Knowles, was influenced by his life experience at his time spent at Exeter Academy, and the ongoing war, World War II. The period of time John Knowles spent at Exeter Academy influenced the execution of his novel, “A Separate Peace. ” Several real life events, objects and people made their way into a complicated web of friendship at the Devon Academy. For example, the Super Suicide Society of the Summer Session, first mentioned on page 51, in chapter four of the novel, was a real society.
In an article done by Bernard Carragher, Knowles admits that there was a Super Suicide Society, and that he was part of it, “Knowles also admits there was a Super Suicide Society, but there were no broken legs or deaths. “In fact, I was the one that got a serious cut on my foot and it was I who was hobbling around all summer on crutches. . . ” says Knowles. ” In the novel, the young men create a Super Suicide Society, and it is run by Finney.
In order to get in, you must go through initiation, which was jumping of the tree branch by the river, the boys even continue to jump out of it every night, justifying it by saying that they were “Preparing for the war,” (Knowles 22). The main characters are actually based off of real people as well; John Heyl (Phineas) and Parker Stevenson (Gene Forrester). “The story is of two roommates- the quiet, intellectual Gene (Parker Stevenson) and the outgoing, brilliantly athletic Finney (John Heyl) – at Devon (i. e. Exeter) during the crucial summer of ’42, trying to establish a eace away from the furor of World War II,” (Carragher D). Living during World War II also influenced the execution of Knowles’ novel “A Separate Peace. ” World War II was the largest and most destructive conflict in human history (World War II). The U. S. industry was busy building ships, planes and submarines, which was the most direct effect on the U. S. (World War II). Although America had not been attacked on the home front, many Americans were put into states of shock, and surprisingly this brought up a new sense of patriotism; such patriotism seen in “A Separate Peace,” and even demonstrated by Elwin “Leper” Lepellier.
Leper is the first to enlist in the army, in chapter nine (Knowles 123). This enlistment scares the boys at Devon, because it made the war more real, and it reminds them of the draft. Seeing that all the boys at Devon are nearing the age of adulthood, they could possibly be drafted (Knowles). In an interview Knowles expressed his and Heyl’s opinions of the draft, and how it felt for them, “One connecting thread between the Exeter classes of ’42 and ’71 was the war and the draft, two topics which Heyl has definite ideas about. I would kill for my country,” he says, “if it was invaded, but I refuse to go to Vietnam and kill somebody I don’t even know. When I was 18, I was almost drafted, and if it wasn’t for my asthma getting me classified 4F, I probably would have had to go,” says Heyl,” (Carragher 18). These quotes express the impact of the war, and the fear it installed in everyone’s hearts, especially the hearts of young men, like the boys at Devon Academy, and in John Knowles, in his younger years.
The author of “ A Separate Peace,” John Knowles once said, “Looking back now across fifteen years I could see with great clarity the fear I had lived in, which must mean that in the interval I had succeeded in a very important undertaking: I must have made my escape from it” (Knowles 10). The “fear” mentioned previously, is a result of the times Knowles lived in, a time of a war, which had even affected his comfortable life at a private school. In conclusion, “A Separate Peace,” by John Knowles, was influenced by his life experience at his time spent at Exeter Academy, and the ongoing war, World War II.

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## Separate Peace

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Gene has a huge ego. His life revolves around competition. Everyday life is transformed to a constant war with everyone around him. He sees everyone he encounters as his rivals and enemies. He says about sports, “It was as though football players were really bent on crushing the life out of each other……as though even a tennis ball might turn into a bullet”. (Knowles pp. 84) Gene sees matters of life and death in harmless games of sports. Gene is never comfortable with his own identity. He is envious of those who are better than him and treat them as enemies.
He grows extremely jealous of Finny for his athletic talents and ability to flout the rules. He cannot bear to feel inferior to anyone, even his friend; they are all his enemies. He is determined to be better than Finny in academics, in order to not feel inferior to Finny. Being the best in academics would equate Gene with Finny, who was best in athletics. Gene imagines that Finny is no less selfish than him and that they both hated each other in their rivalry. He imagines Finny is only pretending to be his friend to sabotage him. Gene interprets all of Finny’s actions as made in rivalry to him.
Finny actually thinks of him as his best friend and never saw him as an enemy. Gene’s later discovery that Finny genuinely wants him to do well destroys the balance of his world, in which they both are enemies competing against each other. So Finny is better not only athletically but as a good person. Always feeling inferior, Gene is jealous and envious to the point that a codependent relationship is made possible. Lacking an identity and enviously seeing only Finny’s superior morals and talents, he would give anything to not feel inferior to Finny. Gene is in a position hat he desires Finny’s identity so much that he would enter into a codependent relationship with Finny to obtain his identity. Gene wants the qualities of Finny that he lacks. At the same time, Finny struggles with insecurity after his fall. Having shattered his leg, he cannot help but feel insecure about himself. His identity is shattered by the reality that he can no longer continue being the star athlete he was and achieve his dream of being a soldier. Being unable to carry out his dreams in his own physical body, he is forced to carry them out through the medium of Gene as an extension of himself.
Throwing himself into a codependent relationship is Finny’s way of ridding himself of his insecurity and living a normal life through Gene. It would be as if the accident had never occurred. Finny needing to live his former life through someone and Gene’s desire to take on Finny’s identity makes way for a codependent relationship to form. Codependency becomes an obstacle to the creation of a separate identity. Finny’s fall provides the perfect time for the codependency to start. Both sides have something they want and can give in return.
Gene wants Finny’s identity for the qualities that he admires in Finny but lacks himself. Finny wants to be able to live his life as an athlete through someone who acts as extension of Finny. Gene and Finny can satisfy each other’s desires. Since both people are receiving what they want in a codependent relationship they are content and happy with their life. There is no need to look inwards and examine oneself or improve oneself. After putting on Finny’s pink shirt, Gene says, “When I looked in the mirror it was no remote aristocrat I had become, no character out of daydreams.
I was Phineas, Phineas to the life. … I had no idea why this gave me such intense relief, but it seemed, standing there in Finny’s triumphant shirt, that I would never stumble through the confusion of my own character again. ” (pp. 62). Gene feels happy that he has completely taken on Finny’s superior identity and escaped from who he is with all his issues. A false feeling of completeness and contentment prevent Gene from forming his own identity. Only after codependency is broken, can an individual identity emerge. Gene and Finny’s codependency is ended after Finny’s sudden death.
Gene starts to re-examine himself, his thoughts and his emotions. Finally Gene puts things into perspective (Slethaug). Gene’s life from the start of his friendship with Finny has revolved around Finny. Everything he did, felt, thought about regarded Finny. His goal of becoming best in the class, and his envy were the result of Finny. Finny was the column, the foundation that supported and shaped his life. The foundation crumbles away with Finny’s death and Gene’s life comes crashing down. He can no longer depend on Finny to dictate his emotions, his thoughts and to serve as an idol he must surpass.
With Finny gone, Gene now sees the foolishness and illusion he had been living in and the reality of life. He realizes that many of the enemies he had seen were the product of his own fear. He knows that Finny was a genuine and true friend who meant the best for him. Gene realizes that fear of everything had led to his seeing enemies in friends and that it was harmful. He sees that his fear had led him to feel threatened by a fearless Finny and his jealousy. His fear had made him feel that everyone was out to get him. Most importantly this fear had led him to seriously cripple Phineas and in the end led to Finny’s death.
His guilt at having had a direct role in Finny’s death leads to him seeing the illogicality of fearing the world, the unknown, the imaginary enemy. He has escaped from his fear of the world, and matured into an adult in the process. Only now when he no longer fears anything or anyone, can Gene focus on himself and forge an identity. Only now when he does not see in everyone some quality that he lacks can he truly sees his own strengths and vulnerabilities and take them lightly. Gene can focus on forging his own identity when he other people’s identities no longer interest him.
Phineas teaches Gene that in this world there is more than just evil, and war but also peace and good. Everyone is capable of good and evil. When Gene discovers that he like Finny is capable of good, he can overcome his guilt about his sin and find lasting peace within himself. Gene realizes that his hatred and jealousy is “something ignorant in the human heart” and is within him and also brings about wars. Only by reconciling himself with the fact of the existence of this evil within him can Gene realize that his own true enemy is not someone like Finny but in fact himself.
He knows now that he had been seeing himself in everyone else. By coming to know his evil, he can come to know himself and his own identity. Gene by coming to know this evil within him can understand now the ideas of peace and love and the true value of friendship. Gene says of his time at Devon, “my war ended before I ever put on a uniform; I was on active duty all my time at school; I killed my enemy there. ” (pp. 204) Gene has killed the hate, the evil, the fear within his heart that often causes wars. By killing the fear within him, he has defeated his own private demons.
Gene has come to see that this enemy never comes from without, but always from within. He knows, moreover, that there is no defense to be built, only an acceptance and purification of oneself through love. (Ellis) Gene has matured and discovered his own identity after his codependent relationship is forcibly severed. In A Separate Peace, the author first shows how the codependency between Gene and Finny is formed. Later the author shows how Gene finally finds his own identity after the codependency is broken. Works Cited Knowles, John. A Separate Peace.

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Please answer the following questions in a separate word document while following any instructions given for each question
Question #1 Choose the correct answer
1) Pure Risk is defined as:
A) An event that offers no opportunity for financial gain
B) The chance a loss will occur
C) A diversifiable risk
D) A contingency that increases the chance of a loss
2) All the following are direct losses except:
A) A car is stolen
B) A house suffers flood damage
C) An apartment must be rented after a house is destroyed by fire
D) A business loses \$100,000 in a law suit
3) All the following are direct losses except:
A) A house is burglarized
B) A store loses \$200,000 in sales because a fire closes it down for two weeks
C) A corporation must pay \$1 million in ransom when its CEO is kidnapped
D) A delivery truck needs \$15,000 in repairs after a collision
4) Which of the following is not an example of a Catastrophic Loss Event?
A) Hurricane Katrina
B) Donald Trump assigned president of the united states
C) September 11, 2001 terror attacks
D) 2004 Tsunami in the Indian Ocean
5) Which of the following is not a method of protection of risk?
A) Group insurance plans
B) Employee benefits
C) Social insurance
D) Humanitarian aid
6) Which of the following is not a hazard?
A) Storing one ton of dynamite in a garage
B) Unhealthy habits (eating lots of junk food and smoking)
C) Skating on thin ice
D) Getting shot accidentally while deer hunting
Question #2
The above figure represents a simple supply chain for a restaurant; you are required to name 2 risks that may occur at every stage of this supply chain and how you would manage or avoid this risk. (Only two risks per stage is required)
Question #3
As a financial risk consultant your client comes to you with two projects, he intends to choose only one to invest in
Project X Project Y
Initial investment = \$10,000 Initial Investment = \$15,000
Annual ROI = 10% Annual ROI = 12%
Returns: Year 1 = \$5,000 Returns: Year 1 = \$4000
Year 2 = \$6,000 Year 2 = \$6000
Year 3 = \$7,000 Year 3 = \$8,000
Question #4
Briefly answer the following questions according to your understanding of the course:
Which offers a better investment plan, Simple or compound interests?…

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