Amt Task 4

  • Task 4

    | Task 4 | | | Monica DeWitt | | | Current Compliance Status The hospital is compliant in with the National Patient Safety Goals (NPSG) in the following areas: staff is using 2 identifiers when providing care, correctly transfusing patients, maintaining a healthy patient care environment by complying with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) hand hygiene guidelines, continuing evidence-based best practice to prevent or

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  • Aca1 Task 4

    ACA1 – Task 4 There are several methods that a company can use to calculate the value of the goods in inventory. By reporting and analyzing such information, a company can help to predict financial performance and the best plan to achieve results. Such inventory valuation methods include: Average Cost Method; FIFO; and LIFO. The inventory valuation methods use two different inventory systems – perpetual and periodic. The perpetual inventory system is used when a company reports the cost of

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  • Tft2 Task 4

    TFT2 Task 4 As the chief information security officer for VL Bank, we were notified by several of our commercial customers of unauthorized wire transfers in an amount greater than $290,000. This is very concerning since we take pride in our information security. As soon as we were notified of the fraudulent transactions my security team, along with the network engineers, performed a thorough investigation of how such attack had occurred. Once we were able to view all logs and audit data it came

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  • Task 4

    HAT 1 Task 4 Disaster in Franklin Country Community Health Practice Western Governors University Role of Major Public Health Personnel The County Public Health Director would most likely be asked give the media information during a disaster. It is important that the County Public Health Director calms the public and only says things that are true and confirmed. The County Public Health Director

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  • Gut1 Task 4

    available selection. The selections to be tested are as follows: 1-Add Student Information 2-Update Student Information 3-Query Student Information 4-Delete Student Information 5-Exit Program The program will be required to be in good working order. All the selections and functions must work properly as specified in requirements in task requirements. The following tests must prove to be successful in order to submit. TC Number

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  • Jet Task 4

    Financial Analysis Task 4 A1. Costing Method In order for a company to succeed and be successful, it is very important for the company to understand the difference between profit and cost of goods. There are costing tools that can help a business figure out what the cost of product is during the manufacturing process. These tools are beneficial for a company to figure out how much profit can be made. These tools take the cost of manufacturing the unit and subtract it from the sale price of

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  • Rjet2 Task 4

    Running head: Competition Bikes, Financial Analysis RJET Task 4 Sacha B.R. Almanza Student ID: 000280685 Program & Start Date: M.B.A. Health Care Management; 10.02.2012 Western Governor’s University Running head: Competition Bikes, Financial Analysis A1. Costing Method The purpose of the following Executive Summary is to illustrate Competition Bikes Inc.’s need to alter our current costing method by utilizing the activity based costing (ABC) method. Traditional based costing (TBC) is a

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  • Fht 4 Task 1

    Human Development & Learning FHT 4 601.2.1-02 During the last few decades, psychologists have put forth many theories regarding cognitive development, especially as it relates to education. Two that I feel align most with my own ideas of how children best learn are the theories of Jean Piaget and Lev S. Vygotsky. They both developed theories that have been accepted throughout the educational arena, and in fact are still taught in education classes to today. They strived

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  • Jet2 Task 4

    RJET 2 Task 4 Competition Bikes Inc (CB) is now making both CarbonLite and Titanium framed bikes and is therefore in need of re-tooling some of the current practices being used. The company currently uses a traditional based costing (TBC), however an activity based costing (ABC) may be more beneficial. Also, the company’s breakeven point with regards to cost volume profit for each bike type is in question, especially since there is the potential for a $50,000 increase to production facility and

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  • Egt1 Task 4

    EGT1 Task 4 Rebecca Fertig 12/24/2012 Introduction Cross cultural marketing refers to the strategic process in which marketing is conducted among people whose culture differs from that of the marketer. The differences in culture occur in various aspects like social norms, values and language. The differences also include such aspects as the living styles and education of the people. This paper addresses the need for company A which is US based to understand cross cultural

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  • Assignment 4 Task 1

    Assignment 2 Task 1: There are six different ways that markets can be segmented. One of the ways is by using psychographic segmentation. Psychographic segmentation involves putting people into different categories by social class, lifestyle, activities, opinions, interests, behaviour and attitudes. Within this segmentation is socio-economic segmentation. These are classified depending on their similarities in income, occupation and education. There is a table used called the social grade definitions

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  • Task 4

    Task 4 Sarah Phillips Willow Bend Hospital’s compliance does indeed have multiple deficiencies and is in need of review as many were updated in 2009 and 2010. All information on deficiencies would be found on the latest updated version of the Joint Commission Information Standards. This should be located within the Corporate Compliance/Risk Manager’s office. As this information is not currently available to this writer without a subscription and fee, I must use the information available

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  • Amt Task 4

    Trinity Hospitals five year plan includes development of an orthopedic center, cardiovascular center and a cancer center. Task four asks for an assessment of the viability of one of these service lines. By assuming the role of the hospital CEO, I will evaluate the orthopedic center service line and present the findings to the board of directors for their approval. Demand for Orthopedic Service Line As identified in the Trinity Community Hospital’s Community Needs Assessment, the demand for orthopedic

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  • Let Task 4

    LET Task 4 A: The evaluation criteria used by the firm is fundamentally flawed in several regards. Among these are the fact that the rating scales focus on traits that have very little to do with the pertinent job skills. A quality evaluation should be able to offer specific and meaningful feedback. When a person being evaluated is being overseen by a person with little to no personal expertise in that employees field challenges and perceived inability to properly evaluate can arise. In a situation

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  • Unit 4 Task Sheet

    Unit 4: Business Communication Unit code: H/502/5413 QCF Level 3: BTEC National Credit value: 10 Guided learning hours: 60: 10 Guided learning hours: 60 Aim and purpose The aim of this unit is to show learners that the collection and management of business information, and the successful communication of that information throughout a business, is critical for the future prosperity of the organisation. Unit introduction A business needs accurate and relevant information from internal and

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  • Jet2 Task 4

    Costing Method: The excel document title, “JET2 Task 1-4 Workbook” and tabs ‘Task 4 Cost-Volume-Profit’, and “Task 4 Activity Based Costing” is where the information is derived from and recommendations will be made based off of the information in these tabs. The excel document title, “JET2 Task 1-4 Workbook” and tab ‘Task 4 Cost-Volume-Profit’ highlights two unit costs methods: traditional and activity based. Each unit cost method will be analyzed and a recommendation will be made regarding

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  • Qat1 Task 4

    | | | | | | | | This task requires candidates to prepare a program evaluation and review technique (PERT) chart and apply critical path method (CPM) techniques.  Introduction: This task requires candidates to prepare a program evaluation and review technique (PERT) chart and apply critical path method (CPM) techniques. Given: Company A is installing a

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  • Egt1 Task 4

    Running head: EGT1 Task 4 Element A. Cross-Cultural Difference Intentions of expanding a company into an Asian country such as Thailand certain cultural difference should be considered. There are multiple areas of differences between Western and Eastern cultures that should be researched such as: language, communication, religion, political structures, social structures, aesthetics, material culture, attitudes, and beliefs. Most of these areas overlap and can impact cultural interactions

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  • Szt Task 4

    SZT1 Task 4 Western Governors University During disasters, healthcare personnel are vital in recovery efforts. Responsibilities of healthcare officials during times of disaster include assisting in prevention of injury, upholding food and water safety, relaying information regarding health consequences, and coordinating access to healthcare needs. Following disaster situations, public health care providers are responsible for ensuring citizens have access to follow up care and evaluating disaster

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  • Egt1 Task 4

    Sandra deMiranda EGT1 Task 4 When considering starting a business in Japan, there are several cultural differences which will have a great impact on the success of business. Communication – As Americans, male and female, we are used to freely express our opinion whether it be in a business setting or otherwise. In Japan, subtlety and body language is very much a way of life, and directness is considered rude. Americans are taught since childhood to make and maintain eye contact when in conversation

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  • Aft Task 4

    attitude, encouraging autonomy, providing community resources, and providing a safe environment. These are important for our client due to her recent loss of her support system, her leave of absence from her job, and her inability to perform daily tasks related to multiple sclerosis. Teaching In teaching the client to promote and maintain her health, an assessment of her learning needs, learning style, and availability of resources are taken into consideration. The healthcare provider provides

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  • Jet2 Task 4

    Jorge Felix MBA, Management and Strategy Student ID: 000309831 Mentor: Rose Sklar C 915-497-5423 El Paso, Texas MST Financial Analysis RJET Task 4 To: Mr. Vice President From: Jorge Felix, CBI Analyst RE: Summary report As directed by you, please read below my analysis and recommendations for Competition Bikes Inc. Since the company has retooled and is making both the Carbon Lite and the Titanium frame bikes. I will be analyzing the results of your directed activity-based costing analysis was

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  • Qat1 Task 4

    Company A PERT/CPM Analysis | | | | | Task Detail Table 1.1 | | | | | | | | | | | | Task | Preceding Activity | Optimistic Time to Complete (weeks) | Probable Time to Complete (weeks) | Pessimistic Time to Complete (weeks) | Expected Time to Complete (weeks) | Variance (weeks) | START |   |   |   |   |   |   | A | START | 2 | 3 | 4 | 3 | 0.11 | B | START | 5 | 6 | 13 | 7 | 1.78 | C | A | 3 | 4 | 8 | 4.5 | 0.69 | D | B |

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  • Egt Task 4

    well here in the United States may not necessarily be expected to do so in other cultural environments. If you were considering an expansion of your current business into an Asian country, what cross cultural challenges might you encounter? Task: Write an essay (suggested length 3–5 pages) in which you do the following: A. Discuss three major cross-cultural differences that would need to be taken into consideration if your company were to expand into this market based on your selected

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  • Stz1 Task 4

    SZT1 – Task 4 WGU Preparedness is vital in managing any disaster situation. During the simulation, Disaster in Franklin County, the role of the public health personnel was fundamental for its success, particularly the public health nurse, since the nurse often times is a first responder in disasters like this. It’s especially helpful to observe the actions and techniques that were used by a nurse during this disaster simulator. Role of Public Health Personnel Maintaining emotional and

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  • Accreditation Audit Task 4

    Running head: ACCREDITATION AUDIT- TASK 4 COMPLAINCE STATUS Joint Commission clearly explained that a Periodic Performance Review is as an assessment tool designed to help in assisting the healthcare organization contributes greatly in the improvement and monitoring performance all through the year. The periodic performance focuses more on the measures that has to do with patients safety and care and at same time given the facility for unremitting standards fulfillment. NCH is 100% compliance with

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  • Let1 Task 4

    LET1 Task 4 Christopher Thomas, 215442 WGU Business Management Program A. In the given scenario, the company’s evaluation contains three known evaluation criteria: Friendliness, neatness of workspace, and attitude; and the manager is to rate the employee in these categories. While the complete evaluation form is not available, based on the known information, there are concerns present about the current form being used. First, from what is known, there is no evaluation criteria that relate to

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  • Fct4 Task 4

    Brandy Jackson FCT4- Task 4 September 25, 2014 B. I. Direct Instruction A. Goal- pay attention by listening quietly during instruction B. Rule- During instruction the students must sit quietly with eyes on the teacher C. Reinforcement- punches to use at the class store D. Consequence- After 3 warnings the student will move their pin to the next color on the behavior

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  • Tft2 Task 4

    t2 Task 4 In: Computers and Technology Tft2 Task 4 TFT2 Task 4 As the chief information security officer for VL Bank, we were notified by several of our commercial customers of unauthorized wire transfers in an amount greater than $290,000. This is very concerning since we take pride in our information security. As soon as we were notified of the fraudulent transactions my security team, along with the network engineers, performed a thorough investigation of how such attack had occurred

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  • Let1 Task 4

     situation  but  they  are  subjective  and  can  be  considered   individual  traits.    Categories  that  are  commonly  used  and  can  be  gauged  are  individual,   behaviors,  task  outcomes,  and  traits.    For  this  case,  the  categories  that  would  be  a  better   evaluation  method  are  number  of  issues  fixed,  technical  knowledge  and  ability

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  • Egt1 Task 4

    fromhttp://expertscolumn.com/content/understanding-ethical-differences-international-business Millet, J. (n.d.). Marketing in Japan.Culturalsavvy.com. Retrieved November 15, 2012, fromhttp://www.culturalsavvy.com/marketing_in_japan.htm   EGT1 Task 45Once negotiations are under-way, Company A will need to treat this relationship with care.Company A will also need to keep in mind to slow their negotiations and not rush any proceedings.Rushing is offensive in Japanese culture. Studying Japanese

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  • Biochem Task 4

    Biochemistry Task 4 GRT1 208.5.4-01, 03-05, 5.5-02, 04-07 Western Governors University Biochemistry Task 4 GRT1 208.5.4-01, 03-05, 5.5-02, 04-07 A. Case 1: Hereditary Fructose Intolerance A1. Role of Enzymes in Processes Enzymes are proteins that carry out chemical reactions. They bind to substrates, which are basically substances that need to be broken down and changed into something else. When the enzyme and substrate bind, they form the enzyme-substrate complex. An enzyme will act

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  • Unit 18 Task 4

    Unit 18 Task 4 [M1] Before hosting an event there are a number of organisation and legal procedures that you have to prepare before you can host your event otherwise you can be liable to be potentially shut down or worse yet sued. In the case of the music tech festival we recently hosted in the City of Bath College on May the 15th we had to prepare a risk assessment for a number of reasons, firstly it is important to identify all the possible risks to attendees, staff and nearby citizens, it

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  • Unit 4 Task 3

    Unit 4 Task 3 Disengagement Theory Cumming and Henry (1961) * Withdrawal from social contact with others. * Natural part of ageing * Reduced physical health and loss of social opportunities means they don’t engage in activities Discredited by Zimbardo (1992) * Many people stay active * Socialise with remaining friends, not make new ones * Still involved with family Activity Theory Robert J Havighurst (1961) * Older people stay mentally and socially active to avoid

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  • Jet2 Task 4

    JET2 - Financial Analysis - Task 4 JET2 – Task 4 A1. Costing Method Costing is used in business accounting strategies as a way of determining cost of manufacturing a product in relation to the revenue generated by that product. Costing systems determine the overhead of production and then allocate those overhead costs to a business’s product. There are two common methods for allocating these indirect costs to products, traditional costing and activity based costing. Both of these methods

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  • Qht1 Task 4

    Name QHT1 Task 4 9/6/2015 As a manager of a business it is important to know how to overcome the communication barriers. I will list the four key types of communication barriers and how to avoid them so a company can run more productively. The four categories are process barriers, personal barriers, physical barriers, and semantic barriers. Process barriers are having an issue of communication between the sender and the receiver. An issue occurs when the message has too much information and

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  • Task 4: Influence of Stakeholders

    Task 4 The Private Sector is usually composed of organisations that are privately owned and not part of the government. These normally include corporations both profit and non-profit. For example Tesco. Public Sector is usually composed of organisations that are owned and operated by the government for example Hammersmith Academy. Usually the aim of a public service is to provide services to the local community. Private sector aims are mostly to create a profit and provide the best services to their

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  • Aft Task 4, Wgu

    AFT Task 4: Periodic Performance Review Accreditation Audit Case Introduction The accreditation process is designed to assist healthcare establishment to identify and enhance the patient’s safety and the quality of service delivery. This paper presents a review of the readiness Nightingale Community Hospital for accreditation audit. The paper comprises of a periodic performance review of the establishment. The review has focus of several priority areas. These areas include; assessment and care;

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  • Gke1 Task 4

    GKE1 TASK 4 A: The two most significant social consequences to come from the Industrial Revolution include urbanization and the increase in child labor. Before the Industrial Revolution took place, over 80% of the population lived in rural communities (BCP.ORG). With the rapid growth of population in the cities came disease and epidemics. According to Patricia Chappine, the wealthy fared far better than the industrial workers. The wealthy were able to afford housing on the outskirts of the large

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  • Wgu Biochemistry Task 4

    Biochemistry Task 4 09/05/2015 1. Describe two important features that make all enzymes ​catalysts​. A catalyst is a substance which can accelerate the rate of a chemical reaction without going through a chemical change itself. Enzymes are proteins which help accelerate the rate of reactions. Enzymes also lower activation energy without being used. (Hudon­Miller 2012) After and enzyme and substrate bind it converts the

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  • Unit 1 Task 4

    Unit 1 & 38 – Task 4 To: Neeta Mistry From: Zarafsha Hussain Re: The Global Environment Date: 11/01/16 Political Factors: Enhancing skills of the working population This political factor is used to increase the skills of the working population and also for young adults whom are preparing and adapting for the world of work. The government create the education plan. This includes vocational qualifications, a levels, apprenticeships, NVQ’s and training courses. ASDA and the NHS The government’s

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  • Tft2 Task 4

    TFT2 Cyber Law Task 4 Jordan Dombrowski Western Governors University Situation Report It has come to my attention from the security analysts of VL Bank and victims that commercial customers of VL Bank have been involved in identity theft and fraud. Multiple user accounts were created without authorization claiming the identity of our customers. These fake accounts were used to make twenty-nine transfers of $10,000 each, equaling $290,000. The bank transfers were being sent to several U.S

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  • Biochemistry Task 4

                      BIOCHEMISTRY TASK 4  Western Governors University  September 14, 2015                  Running head:  BIOCHEMISTRY TASK 4                                                                                    1  A1.  Enzymes increase the rate of a chemical reaction without being altered in the process of the  reaction (Hudon­Miller, 2013).  Enzymes also lower activation energy without altering the  chemical reaction or products (Hudon­Miller, 2013).   

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  • Accreditation Task 4

    and align its goals in order to better serve the community at large. In short, it means the hospital needs to maintain compliance with the Joint Commission standards and provide consistent and quality care to its recipients. Compliance is a difficult task to achieve. It requires great effort on the part on the administrators and work force and requires the collaboration of interdisciplinary teams to bring about the desired effect. In order to monitor compliance, the hospital utilizes a periodic performance

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  • Vlt 2 Task 4

    RMF Tasks | Status (done/not done) | Discuss how you determined the status of each task. Consider the following: If done, is it complete? Where is it located?If not done, what are the recommendations for completing? Where the results should be saved? | External documents needed for task | RMF Step 1: Categorize Information Systems | 1.1Security CategorizationUsing either FIPS 199 or CNSS 1253, categorize the information system. The completed categorization should be included in the security

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  • Biochemistry Task 4

                  Biochemistry Task 4                                                                  Bridget Paget                                                                    540146                                                                June 18th, 2016                                                                Enzymes are active proteins that are catalyst which speed up chemical reaction. Without these  enzymes chemical reaction would be too slow for the body to benefit from

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  • Qht1 Task 4

    together. If the reasons for communication failure are examined it has been found that they fall in four distinct categories. These are: 1) Process or organizational barriers. 2) Personal barriers 3) Physical barriers 4) Semantic barriers These categories will be examined in detail, one by one. Organizational or Process barriers: The organizational barriers are mostly related to the organizational structure. Effective communication has to be vertical as

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  • Biochemistry Task 4 Wgu

    Task 4: Metabolism 1. They speed up reactions and do not change themselves, which means they can be used over and over. Enzymes help facilitate chemical reactions. Enzymes will lower the activation energy needed to start the reaction and that is how the reaction will be sped up. Enzymes are specific for certain reactions and are proteins. Not all catalysts though are enzymes. (Sanders, 2014) 2. (Gresham HS IB Biology, 2007) 3. (Hudon-Miller, S. 2012) 4 & 5. When table sugar

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  • Amt 2 Task 2

    Community Health Needs Assessment Trinity Community Hospital AMT Task 2 Community Health Needs Assessment Trinity Community Hospital conducted a community health needs assessment (CHNA) to identify the needs of the local population. The assessment focused on oncology, orthopedic, and cardiovascular services. The following report will analyze the community health needs assessment by identifying the major risk factors in the community, and discussing if the needs defined in the evaluation

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  • Rjet Task 4

    RJET TASK 4 A1. COSTING METHOD Activity based costing or ABC accounting as it is called distributes manufacturing overhead costs to products in a smarter way than in the traditional way. This way of simply assigning costs on the basis of machine hours. Activity based costing assigns costs first to the activities that make up the real overhead. Then it assigns a cost to the activities that affect only the products produce. ABC vs Traditional Costing This is one main difference between ABC (Activity

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