In this section we investigate attacks and threats to our primary devices. These attacks and threats are built off of the vulnerabilities the previous section and help to determine which security controls would be most valuable against future attacks.
The data collection for the 1st research question (What is the difference in the number of laps run each week over a four week period when cooperative learning groups are used?) will be quantitative in nature. Students will mark off each day how many laps they complete. The teacher will double check and mark any students who are not completing a full lap so that the count is accurate. On Friday of each week, the total number of laps completed per student will be tallied by the recorder from each cooperative learning group. Laps will be counted as half complete if a student completes half a lap. Anything less than half a lap will count as zero. All students should be able to jog at least half a lap. This data will be compiled over a four
The tasks below are done in a Dell – Optiplex 780, which has MAC Address as ‘A4:ba:db:f2:63:ca’ and IP address as 220.127.116.11. OpenBSD 5.1 is the Operating system which was given by the professor. This operating system was installed on Computer# 6 in IT 205.
192.168.1.1 What is the IP Address 192.168.1.1 used for? IP addresses are not only assigned to websites, domain names, and individual users; they are also assigned to any device that is connected to the internet such as printers, and wireless routers. There are designated rules to assigning IP addresses. There are classes of IP addresses which are used for only certain devices. For example, some classes or ranges of IP addresses will only be used for websites.
Identify data on network servers, desktop computers, laptop computers and wireless devices that needs to be backed up along with other hard copy records and information. The plan should include regularly scheduled backups from wireless devices, such as laptop computers and desktop computers to a network server. Data on the server can then be backed up. Next, backing up hard copy vital records can be accomplished by scanning paper records into digital formats and allowing them to be backed up along with other digital data.
Q3. Analyze and collect the information provided by the surveys is one of the most important steps to determine and analyze how satisfied our client is. That is why determining what type of error can be found in the response of the respondents is vital for the company.
Teacher Name: Stern Grade: 4th Subject: Math Unit Title: Fractions Suggested Time: 10 days Monday-Tuesday Common Core/ MDE/Priority Standard(s): 4.NF.5 Express a fraction with denominator 10 as an equivalent fraction with denominator 100, and use this technique to add two fraction with respective denominators 10 and 100.2 Learning Goal(s)/Target(s):(Reference the C3D document for I Can Statements) I can rename and recognize a fraction with a denominator of 10 as a fraction with a denominator of 100.
When looking to answer question 1, we had to decide which set of data to use, the data from the pressure sensors, or the data from the CO2 monitors. So we first decided to answer question 2, and use the set of data from the more accurate method. According to our results the calculated average R^2 values for the best fit lines for the pressure sensor data and the CO2 were 0.715 and 0.683, respectively. From these results, we extrapolated that the CO2 sensors were more accurate, and we would therefore use the CO2 when drawing conclusions about question 1. According to the results from the CO2 sensor data, the germinated quinoa was the most alive, with a rate of CO2 released of 72.2 ppm/minute. This point was followed by germinated beans (65.1 ppm/minute), ungerminated wild rice (8.8ppm/minute), ungerminated quinoa (4.35 ppm/minute), germinated wild rice (2.8 ppm/minute), and finally ungerminated beans (0.6 ppm/minute). From this also concluded that germinated foods tend to have higher AR rates that ungerminated food of the same type, with the exception of wild rice. However, because the experiment is very small, with only three food types, this generalization may not be fully accurate. Another caveat is that the CO2 monitors and pressure sensors resulted in completely different results. We chose to use the CO2 data because we determined it was more accurate, but again, since the experiment is rather small, there is no way to make sure that generalizations about AR in various food types are truthful.