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write a discussion about a prompt

Hi there, I want somebody to write me a discussion paper about this prompt:

The Bureau of Economic Analysis provides data for real private nonresidential fixed investment in table form at www.bea.gov. Follow these steps prior to posting to this forum:

  1. Access the BEA interactively by first clicking on the tab titled “National.”
  2. Next, click on “Interactive Tables: GDP and the National Income and Product Account (NIPA) Historical Tables.”
  3. Click on “Begin Using the Data.”
  4. Then, scroll down to click on “Section Five” and then scroll down until you find Table 5.3.5, “Private Fixed Investment by Type.”
  5. Examine the data and respond to the following questions in your response. Do not simply “list” your answers to the questions. Instead, organize your responses into a coherent narrative response.

Has recent real private nonresidential fixed investment been volatile (as measured by percentage change from previous quarters)? Which is the largest component of this type of investment, (a) structures, (b) equipment and software, or (c) intellectual property products? Which of these components has been more volatile? How do recent quarterly percentage changes compare with the previous years’ changes? Looking at the investment data, what investment forecast would you make for the upcoming year (feel free to be specific)?

Here are what you have to do:

For each discussion activity, an initial response of approximately 500-750 words is required. Responses to the prompt should thoroughly, yet concisely, address each element of the discussion prompt. When appropriate, informal in-text citations as well as informal bibliographic entries (at the end of the post) should be used. External sources may also be utilized. When posting, students will be unable to view classmates’ contributions until they have made a post to the forum. There is no requirement for student interaction via the forum, as significant class time will be set aside for in-class discussion. Discussion contributions will be graded using the rubric below. Late submissions to discussion are not accepted for credit.

Discussion Rubric

/points possible

The student offers an initial post to the prompt that fully addresses the prompt and offers depth of analysis commensurate with postsecondary academic work. Typically, initial posts will be from 500-750 words in length.

/50

The student uses proper grammar, spelling, and format in the initial post to the discussion forum.

/50

TOTAL POINTS/POINTS POSSIBLE

/100


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