1TUGASAN 2 (CLO 1,2,3 PLO 1,3)___________________________________________________________________________JTW 111/3 DAN JTW 114/4PERAKAUNAN PENGURUSANSESI 2020/2021ARAHAN UNTUK PELAJAR1. Tugasan berikut mempunyai 3 soalan.2. Anda dikehendaki menjawab kesemua soalan yang diberikan.3. Anda perlu menghantar tugasan ini dalam bentuk PDF format melalui portal onlinelearning. Hanya KETUA sahaja yang perlu hantar melalui online learning.4. Pastikan nama semua ahli kumpulan dipaparkan dimukasurat hadapan bersama dengannombor matrix.5. Tugasan perlu dihantar SEBELUM 26 JUN 2021.PENILAIANTugasan ini merangkumi 30% dari keseluruhan penilaian.2SOALAN 1OBJEKTIFBagi memahami konsep perakaunan perkongsian dan juga mengira dam membahagikanuntung atau rugi perniagaan kepada rakan kongsi.SOALANAmir dan Basir mula berkongsi niaga pada 1 Julai 2019. Modal yang disumbangkan ialahRM9,600 dan RM7,200 masing-masing. Mereka telah bersetuju membahagikan untung danrugi mereka mengikut nisbah sumbangan modal mereka. Setiap tahun gaji dibayar kepadaAmir ialah RM800. Faedah atas modal ialah 10% dan faedah atas ambilan ialah 5%. Bakibaki akaun dalam Imbangan Duga pada 30 Jun 2020 adalah seperti berikut: DebitKreditAkaun ModalAmir9,600Basri7,200AmbilanAmir2,800Basri3,600Kenderaan3,500Belian50,940Jualan64,040Akaun Belum terima4,356Akaun Belum Bayar1,100Akaun Belum Bayar – bukan dagangan Mr Tony3,500Premises10,000Perabot dan kelengkapan1,724Bank764Sewa4,848Insuran1,560Pengiklanan148Angkutan Masuk208Angkutan keluar105Diskaun tunai184217Hutang lapuk152Utiliti688Pulangan masuk50Perbelanjaan am3085,657 85,657 3Maklumat tambahan:1. Stok pada 30 Jun 2020 RM 4,0522. Hutang kepada agen pengiklanan RM203. Insuran merupakan bayaran untuk setengah tahun bermula 1 September 20194. Peruntukan hutang lapuk hendaklah diselaraskan kepada RM755. Kenderaan dibeli pada 1 Januari 2019 secara kredit dari Mr Tony. Kadar susutnilaikenderaan ialah 10% atas kos asset setahun.6. Kelengkapan dan perabot dijangkakan mempunyai usia selama 6 tahun, nilai skrappada tahun keenam ialah RM2007. Utiliti belum bayar ialah RM65Anda dikehendaki menyediakan:a. Akaun perdagangan dan UntungRugi bagi tahun berakhir 30 Jun 2020 untukperkongsian Amir dan Basrib. Akaun Pengasingan Untung Rugi bagi tahun berakhir 30 Jun 2020c. Akaun Modal rakan kongsi dengan menggunakan kaedah modal berubah bagi tahunberakhir 30 Jun 2020d. Kunci Kira-kira pada 30 Jun 2020(40 markah)4SOALAN 2OBJEKTIFMemahami konsep aliran tunai dan penyediaan Penyata Aliran Tunai bagi tahun perakaunan.SOALANBerikut adalah ringkasan penyata kunci kira kira bagi Syarikat Berjaya Berhad dalam tempoh2 tahun: 30 Dis 201930 Dis 2020RM’000’RM’000’Aset TetapTanah11001100Kilang3807001,4801,800Aset SemasaStok500520Akaun Belum Terima300280Tunai02058001,005Liabiliti SemasaAkaun Belum Bayar100110Dividen dicadang100125Cukai180220Overdraf200–Aset bersih2205501,7002,350Saham Biasa1,5002,000Saham Premium–100Keuntungan tertahan2002501,7002,350 5Penyata Pendapatan bagi tahun berakhir 31 Disember 2020 Untung kasar650,000Susutnilai(300,000)350,000Keuntungan dari jualan asset tetap25,000Untung bersih sebelum cukai375,000Cukai(150,000)Untung bersih selepas cukai225,000Dividen dibayar50,000Dividen dicadangkan125,000175,00050,000 Maklumat berkaitan asset tetap: Tanah (RM)Kilang (RM)Baki kos pada 1.1.20201,100,0001,900,000Belian asset–720,0001,100,0002,620,000Tolak: Jualan asset–800,000Baki kos pada 31 Dis 20201,100,0001,820,000Jumlah susutnilai pada 1.1.20201,520,000Susutnilai pada tahun 2020300,0001,820,000Tolak: Susutnilai untuk assetdijual700,000Susutnilai pada 31 Dis 20201,120,000 Anda perlu menyediakan Aliran Tunai bagi Syarikat Berjaya Berhad bagi tahunberakhir 31 Dis 2020 dengan menunjukan semua pengiraan yang terlibat.(40 markah)6SOALAN 3Berdasarkan dengan minimum 3 atikel sebagai sokongan, bincangkan adakahakauntan masih lagi relevan dalam era IR 4.0?Jawapan anda hendaklah diantara 1500 – 2000 patah perkataan termasuk rujukan.(20 Markah)
Student Number: (enter on the line below) Student Name: (enter on the line below) HI5003ECONOMICS FOR BUSINESSFinal AssIGNMENt Trimester t 1, 2021 Assessment Weight: 50 total marks Instructions: All questions must be answered by using the answer boxes provided in this paper.Completed answers must be submitted to Blackboard by the published due date and time.Submission instructions are at the end of this paper. Purpose:This assessment consists of six (6) questions and is designed to assess your level of knowledge of the key topics covered in this unit Assessment Question Week 2 and 3 Demand and Supply, and Elasticity Question 1 7 Marks After the devastating typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, the government and donor agencies embarked on rehabilitating rice production to avoid hunger and starvation. As a result, Philippines experienced a rice bumper harvest which led to the equilibrium price to decrease to AUD 1.50 per kilogram. To reduce poverty, the government decided to increase the price of rice to AUD 2.00 per kg. Suppose the figure below represents rice production by Jane a farmer in rural Philippines, answer the questions below. Examine the effect of government price legislation on Jane a farmer in rural Philippines (3 Marks) ANSWER: ** Answer box will enlarge as you type Calculate the price elasticity of demand using the midpoint formula for rice. (1 Mark) ANSWER: What is the price elasticity of demand for rice? Based on your answer, is rice a necessity? Explain your answer. (3 Marks) ANSWER: Assessment Question Week 4: Production costs Question 2 7 Marks John was a high school teacher earning a net salary of $54,000 per year. After working for one year, he quit his job to start his own milk bar business. In order to start the business, John borrowed $40,000.00 from the bank and was paying 5 percent interest per year. Also, John withdrew $ 50,000 from his savings account. He had been earning 5 percent interest per year for this account. John’s first year of business can be summarised as follows: ItemAmount $Revenue- Fresh milk section250,000Revenue- Yogurt Section180,0002 Cashiers expense (wages per worker)(40,000)Truck expense(80,000)Manager expense(60,000)Milk sales assistant expense(30,000)Equipment expense(50,000)Motorcycle expense to ease movement in city(30,000)2 milk freezers (cost per freezer)(5000) Based on your calculations of accounting profit and economic profit, would you advise John to return to his teaching job or continue with the milk bar business? Show your work! (7 marks) ANSWER: Assessment Question Week 5 and 6: Market structure Question 3 7 Marks Adidas is one of the high-class sports shoe dealers in Melbourne with the following short run cost curves. Answer the question that follow Use 2 characteristics to explain the market structure for Adidas Sports Shoe Company. (4 marks) ANSWER: Calculate this firm’s profit or loss for Adidas shoe company. (3marks) ANSWER: Assessment Question Week 7 and 8 Measuring the size of the economy Question 4 7 Marks The table below is extracted from Khada Republic, Bureau of Statistics records for 2019-2020. Use the information in this table to answer the questions that follow. ItemBase year 20192020ProductionPriceProductionPriceUsed cloth (units)4,00050.00500060.00Components used tractor factory production8,000500.00110001,200.00Cloth8,00025.0012,00030.00Beef gifts during cultural festival1,5002.001,7003.00Milk litres5,0001.307,0002.50Computers2000500.002,500600.00Printers500300.00400355.00Raw materials for car assembling plant4500250.004450 Calculate Khada Republic’s nominal GDP, real GDP in 2020 and GDP deflator (6 Marks) ANSWER: Examine the importance of a GDP deflator for Khada Republic (1 Mark) ANSWER: Assessment Question Week 9 and 10 Inflation and unemployment, and Macro economics Question 5 Marks 11 In order to improve the living standards of the people in Philippines after the devastating typhoon Haiyan, the government decided to increase the labour wage per hour from AUD 17.50 to AUD 25.00. Also, Philippines experienced structural unemployment and frictional unemployment. What is the hardest type of unemployment that Philippines experienced as a result of typhoon Haiyan? Explain your answer. (4 marks) ANSWER: Use the figure below to examine the effects of the government minimum wage of AUD 25.00 in Philippines. Examine the effect of government minimum wage of AUD 25.00. Assume the increase labour is equivalent to the total labour force and calculate the unemployment rate (3 Marks) ANSWER: The figure below indicates that the aggregate demand curve slopes left to right downwards. Explain the factors that account for the shape of the Aggregate demand curve. (4 Marks) ANSWER: Assessment Question Week 10 and 11 Fiscal policy and Monetary policy Question 6 11 Marks The government of Australia has embarked on various policies in order to reduce the severity of COVID 19 on the economy. Has COVID 19 caused economic expansion or a recession? Explain your answer using at least two economic effects on the economy of Australia. (2 Marks) ANSWER: Examine the effects of the fiscal policy instruments that the government of Australia has adopted on the economy. (9 Marks) ANSWER: END OF TUTORIAL ASSIGNMENT Submission instructions: Save submission with your STUDENT ID NUMBER and UNIT CODE e.g. EMV54897 HI5003Submission must be in MICROSOFT WORD FORMAT ONLYUpload your submission to the appropriate link on BlackboardOnly one submission is accepted. Please ensure your submission is the correct document.All submissions are automatically passed through SafeAssign to assess academic integrity.
Foundation Degree in Business and Man 1) Innovation and Enterprise BMS409 New College DurhamSchool of Business Management and Professional Term 2TITLE: Essay ASSESSMENTCompletion of this work will satisfy the following learning outcomes from module:LO1 Demonstrate an understanding of the nature of innovation and idea generation and the common factors that lead to innovative success or failure within an organisation.TASKInnovation and enterprise are both fundamental in business and occur in start-up and established organisations as they operate in competitive business markets. Using your knowledge and theories researched on innovative practice and idea generation explain why innovation and enterprise are so fundamental and important in business. Explore through real business examples your ideas of the common factors that lead to innovation success or failure L01.Other relevant assessment information:• You will need to include and reference at least 4 different sources including 2 academic text books and 1 academic journal that help provide supporting evidence for any assertions that you make. For higher grades, you will need to incorporate academic theory relevant to the points you make (use real life examples from business that back up the theory). Include both a reference list and bibliography with your submitted assignment• The completion of your work will satisfy 15% of the assessment weighting for this module and the size of your essay needs to be 1000 words +/-10%• All written work should be submitted online, through Turnitin, via Schoology
Marketing subject homework 2 Trap-Ease: The Big Cheese of Mousetraps One April morning, Martha House, president of Trap-Ease, entered her office in Moncton, NewBrunswick. She paused for a moment to contemplate the Ralph Waldo Emerson quotation that she had framed and hung near her desk: “If a man [can] make a better mousetrap than his neighbor … the world will make a beaten path to his door.” Perhaps, she mused, Emerson knew something that she didn’t. She had the better mousetrap —Trap-Ease—but the world didn’t seem all that excited about it. Martha had just returned from the National Hardware Show in Toronto. Standing in the tradeshow display booth for long hours and answering the same questions hundreds of times had been tiring. Yet, this show had excited her. Each year, National Hardware Show officials hold a contest to select the best new product introduced at the show. Of the more than 300 new products introduced at that year’s show, her mousetrap had won first place. Such notoriety was not new for the Trap-Ease mousetrap. Canadian Business magazine had written an article about the mousetrap, and the television show Market Place and trade publications had featured it. Despite all this attention, however, the expected demand for the trap had not materialized. Martha hoped that this award might stimulate increased interest and sales. A group of investors who had obtained worldwide rights to market the innovative mousetrap had formed Trap-Ease in January. In return for marketing rights, the group agreed to pay the inventor and patent holder, a retired rancher, a royalty fee for each trap sold. The group then hired Martha to serve as president and to develop and manage the Trap-Ease organization. The Trap-Ease, a simple yet clever device, is manufactured by a plastics firm under contract with Trap-Ease. The trap consists of a square, plastic tube measuring about 15 cm long and 4 cm square. The tube bends in the middle at a 30-degree angle, so that when the front part of the tube rests on a flat surface, the other end is elevated. The elevated end holds a removable cap into which the user places bait (cheese, dog food, or some other tidbit). A hinged door is attached to the front end of the tube. When the trap is “open,” this door rests on two narrow “stilts” attached to the two bottom corners of the door. The trap works with simple efficiency. A mouse, smelling the bait, enters the tube through the open end. As it walks up the angled bottom toward the bait, its weight makes the elevated end of the trap drop downward. This elevates the open end, allowing the hinged door to swing closed, trapping the mouse. Small teeth on the ends of the stilts catch in a groove on the bottom of the trap, locking the door closed. The mouse can be disposed of live, or it can be left alone for a few hours to suffocate in the trap. Martha believed that the trap had many advantages for the consumer when compared with traditional spring-loaded traps or poisons. It appeals to consumers who want a human alternative to spring traps. Furthermore, with Trap-Ease, consumers can avoid the unpleasant mess they encounter with the violent spring-loaded traps—there are no clean-up problems. Finally, the consumer can reuse the trap or simply throw it away. Martha’s early research suggested that women were the best target market for the Trap-Ease. Men, it seems, were more willing to buy and use the traditional spring-loaded trap. The targeted women, however, did not like the traditional trap. They often stay at home and take care of their children. Thus, they want a means of dealing with the mouse problem that avoids the unpleasantness and risks that the standard trap creates in the home. To reach this target market, Martha decided to distribute Trap-Ease through national grocery, hardware, and drug chains such as Safeway, Zellers, Canadian Tire, and Shoppers Drug Mart. She sold the trap directly to these large retailers, avoiding any wholesalers or other intermediaries. The traps sold in packages of two, with a suggested retail price of $2.99. Although this price made the Trap-Ease about five times more expensive than smaller, standard traps, consumers appeared to offer little initial price resistance. The manufacturing cost for the Trap-Ease, including freight and packaging costs, was about 31 cents per unit. The company paid an additional 8.2 cents per unit in royalty fees. Martha priced the traps to retailers at $1.49 per unit and estimated that, after sales and volume discounts, Trap-Ease would realize net revenues from retailers of $1.29 per unit. To promote the product, Martha had budgeted approximately $60,000 for the first year. She planned to use $50,000 of this amount for travel costs to visit trade shows and to make sales call son retailers. She would use the remaining 10,000 for advertising. Because the mousetrap had generated so much publicity, however, she had not felt the need to do much advertising. Still, she had placed advertising in Chatelaine and in other home magazines. Martha was the company’s only salesperson, but she intended to hire more salespeople soon. Martha had initially forecast Trap-Ease’s first-year sales at 500,000 units. By the end of April, however, the company had sold only a few thousand units. Martha wondered whether most new products got off to such a slow start, or whether she was doing something wrong. She had detected some problems, although none seemed overly serious. For one, there had not been enough repeat buying. For another, she had noted that many of the retailers kept their sample mousetraps on their desks as conversation pieces—she wanted to traps to be used and demonstrated. Martha wondered whether consumers were buying the traps as novelties rather than as a solution to their mouse problems. Martha knew that the investor group believed that Trap-Ease had a once-in-a-lifetime chance with its innovative mousetrap. She sensed the group’s impatience. She had budgeted approximately$150,000 in administrative and fixed costs for the first year (not including marketing costs). To keep the investors happy, the company needed to sell enough traps to cover those costs and make a reasonable profit. In the first few months, Martha had learned that marketing a new product is not an easy task. For example, one national retailer had placed a large order with instructions that he order was to be delivered to the loading dock at one of its warehouses between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m. on a specified day. When the truck delivering the order had arrived late, the retailer had refused to accept the shipment. The retailer had told Martha it would be a year before she got another chance. Perhaps, Martha thought, she should send the retailer and other customers a copy of Emerson’s famous quotation. Questions: 1. Martha and the Trap-Ease investors believe they face a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. What information do they need to evaluate this opportunity? How do you think the group would write its mission statement? How would you write it? 2. Has Martha identified the best target market for Trap-Ease? What other market segments might the firm target? 3. How has the company positioned the Trap-Ease relative to the chosen target market? Could it position the product in other ways? 4. Describe the current marketing mix for Trap-Ease. Do you see any problems with this mix? 5. Who is Trap-Ease’s direct competition? Who are indirect competitors? 6. How would you change Trap-Ease’s marketing strategy? What kinds of control procedures would you establish for this strategy?
BTEC ASSESSMENT RECORDLearning Outcomes and Assessment CriteriaPassMeritDistinctionLO1 Evaluate the energy demand to determine the technology and methods of energy productionP1 Investigate current energy sources, demand and their impact on the environment.P2 Examine the benefits and effectiveness of renewable energy sourcesP3 Explore renewable energy technologies and their costsM1 Determine the use of energy sources to assess their global impact on energy demandM2 Evaluate the effectiveness and drawbacks of renewable energy systems for short and long term energy demandsD1 Critically evaluate the performance of a renewable energy system and the technologies used in energy efficiency improvement.LO2 Explore current energy efficiency measures, technologies and policies specific to the building and transportation sectorsP4 Discuss current energy efficiency measuresP5 Determine the main factors that impact on energy use and efficiency in a buildingP6 Discuss the technologies that could be used to support more sustainable transportM3 Apply modelling of energy management in a building or electric vehicle using Matlab/Simulink (or equivalent)M4 Evaluate the selection of suitable technologies to improve energy efficiency in a building or electric vehicleD2 Analyse the dynamic performance of a power electronic converter for a given renewable energy source and calculate the energy and cost savings against conventional power sources, including consideration for-development and installation costs
requirements, submission date and marking criteria.University of Salford Blogs Task (85% MANCHESTER ) To present your research, understanding and reflections on themes learned during first three teaching weeks. 5 blog posts should be included in this submission. 16 marks would be deducted for each missing bldg. The five blogs should include: • At least one on post of feedback/reflection from a class activity; • At least one on ‘System Thinking’, e.g. what is your understanding of it? What are good practices in information management/system field? etc. • At least one “What the Paper Says” critiques. The paper could be journal or white paper on any theme discussed in lecture sessions. In your blog, you need to indicate the title and resources of the paper and write a critical review on it.NQte, • You should upload the blogs to any online platforms (e.g. WordPress, Twitter, Facebook, Linkedln etc.) for sharing • 5 Marks will be reserved for rewarding regular and continuous entries from Week 1 to the submission deadline.university of Salford MANCHESTER Reflective Summary (15%)For your assignment, you should submit a 300-word reflective summary on both your blogging and online discussion forum experiences, accompanied by evidence support of your contribution to the online Discussion Forum (screenshots) throughout these 3 weeks.UniversitvofSalford Using Online DiscussionMANCHESTER ForumOnline Discussion ForumIt ‘span of your Assignment,
moodle.koi.edu.auAssessment 3Assessment type: Individual Written Report, 1500 words (Summative)Purpose: The purpose of this assignment is to demonstrate your ability to analyse, discuss and present an IT-based business and its technological innovation. This assessment contributes to learning outcome c.Value: 15% Due Date: Week 8Assessment topic: Case Study AssignmentTask Details: Choose an IT/IS technology company and analyse, discuss and present their technological innovation: The core business activity and the role of innovation in their value proposition. 0 How innovation is making this business different than competitors? 0 Research and development and its relationship with the organisation’s innovation. What factors affected the firm’s innovation success? Is their innovation a ”sciencepush” or “demand-push, o What’s the firm’s innovation category? What type of innovation does the firm propose? Explain the innovation type from different aspects of innovation type. o Study the firm’s technology S-Curve. What is the stage of this business on the S-Curve? 0 How successful the firm has been in utilising innovation in their own advantage?ICT 275 INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT T121 03/03/2021 16:16 ‘AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE Of BUSINE. AND MANAGEMENT PTY LTD to ABN: 72 132 629 979Approved by KOI Academic Board for T1 2021ICT275 Submission requirements details: Make sure your report is written based on the guideline of assessment 2 in the Course Guideline.Assessment 3 Marking Rubric: Individual Report — 15 MarksCriteriaFallPassCreditDistinctionOls”tirtionWeigh==nd dePth=Po’;:easnlo.tVo7.7,2=Prle.Ioe:etro:73″a:erant Tr’ °’ rv°aPnrtitind=Torte—Relevance of content=rzstetrsgrn ti:rthdroZin IT/1S.An adequate .scripticvi of business strategy andtiti’untouvnalit°07 ro’ugh IT/ISAccurate description arid tettY:en °buTin :=Yiongruosueg’hilMn.d Lir, ‘vet buttsiene: strategy and the use of iioipg innovation andPrinciPlesrs’a rt:opt° ZIT= saiuignu°stnif :2mcrsn’ItTectseis = ILTanret”s are noted. l’toTtsenrtheory ;nuncddeZ:=Psn’tutes Some assumptions are made but not all are clearly noted.Descriptions and ‘gr’lse i= and use of nar=u7ed:. adsesaurIn;PnboTamade areDescriptions and ritartg:i17:rell rhu::r7 teen% st o f A=n:It;ti :le s rnricaccl: are dearlyClarity of StructureThe structure of the 1,port is unclear and is ;Tclircell:V;r:tr=”°tM’cel:.;gUss:Ztchai„ unsatisfactory.The stnicture of the report is clear and logical in parts. It addressesimproved..rTpeo sr: ri c:I12 °Olt’s; to raedadd an:I, logical., directly issues. SnIt tal°1: In n tu’seitTra=dar!treThe structure of the ZaTtrtal:d°11:;:1′.’sY t° directly addressing aN main issues. Suitable In=uuttod use of graphicskharts..The structure of the rt=nandat.ginctsl’: directly addressing all main issues and pro,cling other ‘17.1agders. used throughout. PaZoleirifc°:/ranlireFo.”: ASome over-use of technical jargon. Several=1:2tro7cetuff.:17° ITZT,Trcums,:dsome so’Vonotroaure=” sorgdZo:,’oc:ilro7sUse of technical fo21,117,o’=,:lo necessary. No norg=rtililtu”‘ BROM.c°—”efer-c” olf=c,’Arorne =rfo’roVottoo to a =dog ed to a larvard Anglia arvard Anglia eferencing appli. to ferencing applied tairecndtaoruodTvese. Rrl’irge°i esources. more an 1 source1s, more 1an vantresources. No relevant resources. rr.”6,11.14..1114,1re e (12.) of o a range (15, of
Multiliteracies Assessment 1: Short Essay (30%) (Word count 1200 words + or – 10%) You are to write two short essays of 600 words each. Unlike traditional essays, these short essays will have a very small introduction and a very short conclusion (one or two sentences). Short essay 1: The term ‘multiliteracies’ is preferred by some educationalists over the term ‘literacy.’ Explain what ‘multiliteracies’ means and how this differs from traditional ideas of literacy. Short essay 2: Identify why a student may benefit from being taught in such a way in classrooms. In your response, consider how this may support students from different language and social class backgrounds. Word count includes all text (headings, in-text citations, captions and direct quotes). It excludes the Reference List. Further details will be provided via Blackboard and sessions. How to present your work: Give your work a title (s). Title each essayAdd a reference list at the endNumber your pagesPut your name and student ID in the header or footer Essay 1 The way we teach and learn has evolved now in 21st century. As educationalists we have now incorporated multimodal of teaching with multiliteracies to develop our pedagogy in our curriculum today in order. This means as educationalist we deliver education to students to become literate by now using a pedagogy of multiliteracies. What does the term multiliteracy mean? Why is this term replacing literacy? How does Multiliteracies differ from the traditional ideas of literacy? According to Merriam Websters collegiate dictionary, a person is considered literate if he can read and write. This definition has held sway for a long time. However, it has been observed that there are flaws in this narrow definition due to 2 major changes in our globalized modern world. 1. Technological developments – There has been a proliferation of diverse modes of communication through new communication technologies in our modern world. Whereas the traditional means of communication has been oral or written. Modern information and communication media use the internet, multimedia, digital media, oral, visual, gestural, tactile, and spatial. This thus makes the text to be multimodal. Hence for an individual to fully understand the text the reader must move between the different modes and reveal how they interact to give the text its meaning. c 2. Existence of linguistic and cultural diversity – we are currently living in a diverse pluralistic multicultural world. Manly due to increased transnational migration. There has been an increase in immigration due to globalization. Hence there is a need for different cultures or languages to communicate. What is the meaning of the term Multiliteracy? How doesmultiliteracy differ from the traditional ideas of Literacy? Multiliteracy being able to understand a broad range of texts for example interpreting meaning through symbols and images and to interpret meaning from dance, music and dramas. Multiliterate means you also have a sound knowledge of multiculturalism. (http://www.curriculum.edu.au/leader/whats_so_different_about_multiliteracies,18881.html) Whereas traditional literacy is the method of teaching the student to be literate that is “the ability to read and write” (webster) 2
ID NUMBER: SEAT NUMBER: TEACHING PERIOD: Trimester 3 YEAR: 2018 ONSHORE SITES:___________________________________________OFFSHORE SITES: _________VU Sydney____________ COLLEGE: __College of Engineering & Science________ DISCIPLINE_______________IT___________________________________ PLEASE LIST ALL CODES AND TITLES FOR WHICH THIS PAPER IS TO BE USED: UNIT OF STUDY CODESUNIT OF STUDY TITLESNIT5110Networking Systems DURATION OF EXAMINATION 3 HOURS + 15 / 30 MINUTES READING TIME (Remove one option) THIS EXAMINATION COUNTS FOR 45 % OF THE ASSESSMENT IN THIS UNIT EXAMINATION PAPERS DETAILS TOTAL NUMBER OF PAGES (Incl. this one): 15 NUMBER OF QUESTIONS: 4 NUMBER OF QUESTIONS TO BE ATTEMPTED: 4 SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES EXAMINATION MATERIAL PERMITTED TO BE USED BY CANDIDATESNon Programmable Calculator EXAMINATION MATERIAL SUPPLIED BY EXAMINATION ADMINISTRATION ANSWER BOOK: YES ☒ NO GRAPH PAPER: YES ☒ NO COMPUTER MULTIPLE CHOICE ANSWER SHEET YES ☒ NO CAN THE EXAM PAPER BE RELEASED TO STUDENTS? YES ☒ NO CAN THE EXAM PAPER BE RELEASED TO LIBRARY? YES ☒ NO EXAMINER(S): Dr. Atif Ali Yuan Miao (Melbourne) PHONE EXT: 9919 4605 or 432 340 435 (Melbourne) EXAMINER(S) MUST BE AVAILABLE ON THIS NUMBER FOR DURATION OF THIS EXAMINATION) Question 1: (10 Marks) Sample 1 Why OSI model adopted layered model ? Week 1, slide 41 Sample 2 Using layered OSI model to analyse how IP addressed datagrams are encapsulated with MAC addressed frames for transmission through link layer devices, and later be restored for network layer devices. Week1 slide 40 Sample 3 What are the first three bits of 220.127.116.11 network ? Based on the first three bits, what class the network is and how many class C subnetwork can it accommodate, with justification. Week 2 slide 32 Sample 4. Suppose a frame size is 1024 bytes, the distance is 3000 km. If each data frame is required an acknowledgement, then the next frame will not be sent before the acknowledgement received, what will be the throughput if the link bandwidth is 1000 Mbps (1Gbps). Week 1 slide 50 Question 2: (10 Marks) Sample 1 In the IPv6 subnetwork design, how many subnetworks can a network support? Are they of the same size or different size? Analyse the difference between IPv6 and IPv4 subnetwork design in the calculation of the network size, IP range and network mask. Week 3, slide 13, 14 .. week4, slide 9… (description of major steps are needed) Week11 slide 33 … Question 3: Routing (5 + 15 = 20 Marks) Use a case to elaborate on the algorithm which EIGRP applies to avoid routing loops. (5 Marks) Week 7, slide 20, 21, 22, 23 … Using Dijkstra algorithm to determine the shortest paths from router U to all other routers as shown in Figure 1. (15 Marks) Figure 1 A Sample Network Topology Note it can be distance vector routing or link state routing Week 8, slide 13 This page is left blank for answers. Question 4 60 marks Company ‘Smart Software International’ has four regional offices D1 to D4 connected as shown in Fig. 2. D1 and D4 have only IPv4 available, while D2 and D3 are on both IPv6 and IPv4 network. Analyze the advantages and disadvantages of using dual stack approach to design the IPv4 and IPv6 networks, and create a network solution for the company to meet the following requirements: Figure 2 a) Support all computers in each regional office: D1: 3800 computers, D2: 1350 computers, D3: 4200 computers, D4: 1850 computers; b) The company has acquired from ISP an allocation of 10.0.0.0/10 and 2019:3:4::/48. c) R1 supports IPv4 only, all the rest of the routers supports both IPv4 and IPv6. Note: You need to follow the answer guides 1) to 8) to provide an analysis to the solution selection and the design of the network (connectivity design, network design, ip allocation, routing design, configuration design /scripts). This example use dual stack, as all netowrk supports v4; in some cases, tunnel design is needed. In this question, if tunnel is required to connect R1 and R4, the tunnel will be from R2 to R4, not R1 to R4 as R1 has no IPv6. Question 4 Answer Guide Analysis the advantages and disadvantages in this context of using dual stack for network design. 5 marks Week 12, slide 3 IPv4 network design (Mark networks to be designed on the diagram; propose and design a solution that meets the requirements with corresponding network addresses, network masks, and IP ranges.) 15 marks Week 4, slide 11 Step 1 D1: 3800 computers, 2^10=1024, 2^12=4096 D2: 1350 computers, 2^11= 2048 D3: 4200 computers, 2^12=4096, 2^13 D4: 2850 computers; 2^11=2048 2^12 N5: R1R2 link : 2+2=4 2^2 N6: R2R3 link : 2+2=4 2^2 N7: R2R4 link : 2+2=4 2^2 N8: R3R4 link : 2+2=4 2^2 Step 2 Start with the largest network : D3, 13 bits Given 10.0.0.0 / 10 means the network is 10. 00| xx xxxx. Xxxx xxxx. Xxxx xxxx here x can be either 1 or 0 Take 13 bits from the right : 10.00 SS SSSS. SSS | x xxxx. Xxxx xxxx , S are subnet bits, x can be either 1 or 0, host bits 1st subnetwork for D3: 10. 00 | 00 0000. 000 | x xxxx. Xxxx xxxx Range: 10. 0. 0.0 – 10. 00 | 00 0000 . 000 | 1 1111. 1111 1111 => 10.0.0.0 – 10.0.31.255 Mask: all the network bits: 255.1111 1111. 111 0 0000.0000 0000 => 255.255. 224.0 Network address: 10.0.0.0 first address for router R3 f0/0: 10.0.0.1 Step 3 2nd subnetwork for further division 10. 00|00 0000. 001 | x xxxx. Xxxx xxxx Step 4 Next, take the second largest network, D1, 12 bits Take 12 bits from the right of what Step 3 given 10. 00 | 00 0000. 001 | S | xxxx. Xxxx xxxx S are subnet bits, x can be either 1 or 0, host bits 1st subnetwork is for D1: 10. 00 | 00 0000. 001 | 0 | xxxx. Xxxx xxxx Range: 10.0. 001 0 0000. 0000 0000 – 10.0. 001 0 1111.1111 1111 => 10.0.32.0 – 10.0.47.255 Mask: all the network bits: 255.1111 1111. 111 1 0000.0000 0000 => 255.255. 240.0 Network address: 10.0.32.0 first address 10.0.32.1 for router R1 f0/0 Step 5, 2nd subnetwork in Step 4 10. 00 | 00 0000. 001 | 1 | xxxx. Xxxx xxxx Step 6 take the 3rd largest network, D4, 12 bits Take the 2nd subnetwork left in Step 4, right 12 bits Range: 10.0. 001 1 0000. 0000 0000 – 10.0. 001 1 1111.1111 1111 => 10.0.48.0 – 10.0.63.255 Mask: all the network bits: 255.1111 1111. 111 1 0000.0000 0000 => 255.255. 240.0 Network address: 10.0.48.0 first address 10.0.48.1 for router R4 f0/0 Step 7 take the 4th largest network, D2, 11 bits Review that step 6 left no subnetwork, go back step 5, the subnetwork has been fully allocated; back to step 3, the 2nd subnetwork has been fully allocated; now we need the 3rd subnetwork 10. 00|00 0000. 010 | x xxxx. Xxxx xxxx host has 13 bits , 11 bits for hosts, 2 bits for subnetwork This page is left blank for answers. 10. 00|00 0000. 010 | S S | xxx. Xxxx xxxx S are subnet bits, x can be either 1 or 0, host bits 1st subnetwork is 10. 00|00 0000. 010 | 0 0 | xxx. Xxxx xxxx Range: 10.0. 010 00 000. 0000 0000 – 10.0. 010 00 111.1111 1111 => 10.0.64.0 – 10.0.71.255 Mask: all the network bits: 255.1111 1111. 111 11 000.0000 0000 => 255.255. 248.0 Network address: 10.0.64.0 first address 10.0.64.1 for router R2 f0/0 Step 8, 2nd subnetwork in Step 7 10. 00|00 0000. 010 | 0 1 | xxx. Xxxx xxxx We have N5 to N8 4 link subnetwork, each needs 2 bits; as they are same size they can be 10. 00|00 0000. 010 | 0 1 | SSS. SSSS SS | xx N5: 10.0. 010 | 0 1 | 000. 0000 | 00 | xx network 10.0. 72.0 available IP: .1 and .2 N6: 10.0. 010 | 0 1 | 000. 0000 | 01 | xx network 10.0.72.4 available IP: .5 and .6 N7: 10.0. 010 | 0 1 | 000. 0000 | 10 | xx network 10.0.72.8 available IP: .9 and .10 N8: 10.0. 010 | 0 1 | 000. 0000 | 11 | xx network 10.0.72.12 available IP: .13 and .14 Mast will all be 255.255.255.252 3) IPv4 network IP allocations to all ports / equipment (mark on the diagram) 5 marks 10.0.72.12 255.255.255.252 10.0.0.0 255.255.224.0 10.0.64.0 255.255.248.0 10.0.32.0 255.255.240.0 10.0.72.4 255.255.255.252 10.0.72.8 255.255.255.252 10.0.72.0 255.255.255.252 10.0.48.0 255.255.240.0 4) IPv4 ip allocation configuration scripts for Router R2 8 marks R2 Enable Config terminal Interface f0/0 Ip address 10.0.64.1. 255.255.248.0 No shut Exit Interface s0/0/0 Ip address 10.0.72.2 255.255.255.252 No shut Exit Interface s0/0/1 Ip address 10.0.72.5 255.255.255.252 No shut Exit Interface s0/1/0 Ip address 10.0.72.13 255.255.255.252 No shut Exit This page is left blank for answers. 5) IPv4 routing design with EIGRP for router R2 with configuration scripts 7 marks Note, it can be any of the four routers; it can be either EIGRP or OSPF Week 07 slide 43 and week 08 slide 35 R2 Enable Config terminal Router eigrp 20 Network 10.0.64.0 Network 10.0.72.0 Network 10.0.72.4 Network 10.0.72.12 Exit 6) IPv6 network design 7 marks Week 11, slide 36 – 76 , note R1 and R4 . f0/0 do not have IPv6 network in this question 7) IPv6 address allocation (mark on the diagram) and configuration scripts for Router R4 8 marks R4 Week 11, slide 76 , note R1 and R4 . f0/0 do not have IPv6 network in this question Slide 77 configuration and routing 8) IPv6 routing design and scripts for router R4 5 marks Week 11, slide 76 , note R1 and R4 . f0/0 do not have IPv6 network in this question Slide 77 configuration and routing , End of Paper
NIT5110 Networking Systems – Trimester 1, 2021 WEEK 5 TEST- SOLUTIONS FOR KEY QUESTIONS PREPARED BY Dr Vinod Mirchandani Reading time: 10 Minutes Writing Time: 140 Minutes (PART A – 40 Mins, PART B Network Design – 60 Mins, Implementation – 40 Mins) Venue: VU Sydney Campus Total Marks: 100 Marks (25% of the Total Assessments) Instructions to Candidates:Read the questions carefully. If required, please make logical assumptions and clearly state them in the answer booklet. Make sure that there are total of 12 pages in the answer booklet including this sheet. Show working for your Answers Write all your answers in the answer booklet. Student ID: _________________________________________________________________ Student Name: ______________________________________________________________ DO NOT REMOVE THIS TEST PAPER OR ANY PART OF IT FROM THE VENUE PART A – Knowledge Questions (10 + 10 + 5 = 25 Marks) Convert the following numbers from one system to the other. Show all details of your calculations. i. Binary to Decimal: a. (1011 0001)2 b. (1011 1000)2 ii. Hexadecimal to Binary: (BE8A)16 iii. Octal to Hexadecimal: (5472)8 (10 Marks) (1011 0001)2 = 177 (1011 1000)2 = 184 Hexadecimal to Binary: (BE8A)16 = 1011 1110 1000 1010 Octal to Hexadecimal: (5472)8 = B3A Answer the following questions related to IPv4. i. What are the first three bits of IPv4 Class C networks? 110 ii. How many Class C networks are possible in IPv4? 2^21 iii. How many hosts per network are possible in Class C? (10 Marks) 256-2 = 254 usable/valid hosts Compare the throughput of a 2Gbps LAN link of 2 km and a 2Gbps WAN link of 2000 km if an acknowledgement is required for each datagram sent. (5 Marks) Assume the frame size of data sent to be ‘F’ c= speed of light The transmission delay is neglected as it is negligible, and it is the same for both the LAN and WAN. It is the same transmission delay for both WAN and LAN as transmission rate is 2 Gbps in both cases. Due to ACK the propagation delay in transmitting a frame successfully is roundtrip time which is 2x distance/speed of light 2 km= distance for LAN=2000 m Propagation delay for LAN = 2x 2000/c Throughput of LAN= S1= bits/time = cF/2×2000 WAN distance is 2000 km= 20,000,000 m Throughput of WAN -= S2= bits/time= cF/2×20,000,000 Comparing the throughput of LAN and WAN above it can be seen that the throughput of LAN is greater than that of WAN i.e. S1 >S2 Answer Sheet – PART A PART B – Network Design and Implementation (75 Marks) 1. Aussie Food Limited’s head office is in Sydney and its 2 branch offices are in Perth and Melbourne. Their computer networks in each site are connected with each other as shown in the Figure 1 below. A Class B network address of 18.104.22.168 / 16 is given for this network. Design and implement sub networks for each site. The host devices in each site are as follows; SiteNumber of HostsSydney3000Perth450Melbourne1400 It is very important to follow all the required design steps in answering this question. Figure 1 Note: You can consider 1841 Routers in Figure 1 instead of 1941 Answer Sheet – PART B Clearly mark/label the interfaces and networks. (5 Marks) Do the subnetwork IP range, Router Address, Broadcast address, Network address and Subnet Mask design for Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth LANs and Sydney-Melbourne and Sydney-Perth WAN links. Show your workings below. (30 Marks) Mark all the network address allocations and allocate IPs to interfaces. (10 Marks) Design configuration scripts for all the routers and IP address, subnet mask and gateway addresses for PCs. (15 Marks) SYDNEY: MELBOURNE PERTH: Implement your design in Packet Tracer. (15 Marks) Once completed; 1. Verify the ping results with the allocated IP addresses as per the diagram and between the PCs. PINGSUCCESSFAILSydney PC to Sydney RouterMelbourne PC to Melbourne RouterPerth PC to Perth Router 2. Upload the final Packet Tracer file, named with your Student ID, on to VU Collaborate using the assignment upload link. END OF TEST.