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Email me the completed file.

When you are done. All of the body text should be formatted with a normal style and be in Arial. (as currently formatted, the text formatting is a mess)



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1. Apply the normal style to body text paragraphs.


When you get done, they should be in Arial with a blank line below.

2. Modify the heading 2 style so that its:

20 pt Times Roman bold

22 points of white space after and 0 points before

purple color

3. Define a new style name “bullet list” that fits the following design and format the two sets of bullets lists with it.

Has a bullet (your choice of style)

12 point Times Roman

Left indent: .75 inches

8 points after

4. Make the Introduction heading a heading 3 style.

The text to format

Recommendation


Based on the criteria listed above, Engineering Mechanics Statics by Das, Kassimali, and Sami ( Book 1) is recommended for use in statics classes.

Introduction

ENG 200 is a course taken by many students who are not English majors, and it is a survey course covering all genres of fiction. These factors necessitate a textbook that has the ability to give the students a diverse set of ten to fifteen short stories that demonstrate a wide variety of authors and styles. The class also discusses authors’ nationalities, biographic information. However, it is common for teachers to supplement these details through journal articles etc. Also, the class syllabus includes the discussion of essays on the different groups of authors and styles demonstrated by the fiction assigned in the class, which can also at times be supplemented by the teacher.



This recommendation report is a comparison of textbooks; Microelectronic Circuits by Sedra/Smith and Microelectronic Circuits by Rashid, to replace the current text used for Electronics 1 and 2. The criteria used to compare these two textbooks are:

  • Supplemental Material

  • Developmental Problems

  • Instrumental Visuals/Diagrams

These important aspects are also main players ABET (Accreditation Board of Engineering Technology) looks for when accreditation is taking place (Appendix A). The key comparisons are utilized because other comparison factors tend to affect outcomes in a minimal way if at all. Lab manuals will be disregarded since both texts follow a similar format to the current textbook. The text must adhere to the stated material set forth in the class overview, which both texts do rather well. The report set forth here will justify based on these important qualities the text most adequate to be used for teaching Electronics 1 and 2.

Criteria


In this section I will show the differences and the similarities that the books Principles of Accounting and Accounting Principles. The criteria that I will base my decision upon are:

  • Examples

  • Glossary

  • Learning Level

  • Flow of Material

Examples


I believe that the examples in an accounting textbook should not only show an example but it should be able to walk the student through the procedure step by step.


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