Describe what animal & plant life you will bring with you and why.

You have been so great in class that your teacher has arranged to send you to your own private island. The only catch is that your teacher’s boat is so big that it takes ten years to fuel up. So you will be on the island all by yourself for 10 years. The island is covered with vegetation; however, there is no animal life. The soil is good for farming and the region has warm temperatures with a high rate of annual rainfall. Describe what animal & plant life you will bring with you and why. Your Teacher, being the generous person she is, also gives you $20,000 to upgrade the island to make it livable. You must tell what you will bring/do to the island so you can live there and why. Please account for your money as best as possible.

Lessons learned from previous such incidents, and address what measures (procedural, technological, etc.) should be adopted to prevent similar incidents from occurring in the future.

Each student will write a research paper about retractable gear aircraft systems, including
mechanical systems for both operating and preventing gear up landings, safety concerns,
common problems experienced, a review of inadvertent gear up landing accidents/incidents, and
the psychological aspects of preventing gear up landings. The paper should address the various
lessons learned from previous such incidents, and address what measures (procedural,
technological, etc.) should be adopted to prevent similar incidents from occurring in the future.
The style required for formatting the paper is American Psychological Association (APA), 7 th
edition, guidelines. The paper will be graded on accuracy and completeness of information,
cohesiveness, spelling and grammar, and number and quality of references. The paper should be
a minimum of 5 pages of content (typewritten, double-spaced, one inch margins, and no larger
than 12 point font). A minimum of 5 quality references, appropriately cited in the text and
appropriately listed on a reference page, should be used. In addition to the 5 pages of content, a
title page and a reference list are also required.
https://data.ntsb.gov/carol-main-public/landing-pa…
To find gear up accidents on NTSB database – follow the link above; once there, select “Advanced Search”. In the “field” drop down box, selected “aviation field”, then “sequence of event” then “event category”. Then, for the “query value” select “abnormal runway contact” and then either “landing gear collapse” or “landing gear not configured” depending on whether you’re looking for a mechanical issue or a did not extend issue.
please if you have a qustion tell meand pay attention to the requirment

Title page and a reference list are also required.

Each student will write a research paper about retractable gear aircraft systems, including
mechanical systems for both operating and preventing gear up landings, safety concerns,
common problems experienced, a review of inadvertent gear up landing accidents/incidents, and
the psychological aspects of preventing gear up landings. The paper should address the various
lessons learned from previous such incidents, and address what measures (procedural,
technological, etc.) should be adopted to prevent similar incidents from occurring in the future.
The style required for formatting the paper is American Psychological Association (APA), 7 th
edition, guidelines. The paper will be graded on accuracy and completeness of information,
cohesiveness, spelling and grammar, and number and quality of references. The paper should be
a minimum of 5 pages of content (typewritten, double-spaced, one inch margins, and no larger
than 12 point font). A minimum of 5 quality references, appropriately cited in the text and
appropriately listed on a reference page, should be used. In addition to the 5 pages of content, a
title page and a reference list are also required. The Turnitin originality detection functionality
in D2L will be utilized, and papers with greater than 25% “match” will not be graded (will
receive a zero)
https://data.ntsb.gov/carol-main-public/landing-pa…
To find gear up accidents on NTSB database – follow the link above; once there, select “Advanced Search”. In the “field” drop down box, selected “aviation field”, then “sequence of event” then “event category”. Then, for the “query value” select “abnormal runway contact” and then either “landing gear collapse” or “landing gear not configured” depending on whether you’re looking for a mechanical issue or a did not extend issue.

Bibliography 1 – weight watchers the article that you will use for this bibliogr

Bibliography 1 – Weight Watchers
The article that you will use for this bibliography is available from the link below:
Weight Watchers – Air & Space Magazine, Nov 01, 2006
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/air-space-magazine/weight-watchers-13117183/
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Bibliography 2 – Mach 20 or Bust
The article that you will use for this bibliography is available from the link below:
Mach 20 or Bust – Air & Space Smithsonian, Sept 07
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/air-space-magazine/mach-20-or-bust-20679807/
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Bibliography 3 – How the 747 Got its Hump
The article that you will use for this bibliography is available from the link below:
How the 747 Got Its Hump, Air & Space Magazine, May 01, 2003
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/air-space-magazine/how-the-747-got-its-hump-4578877/
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I have attached all the instructions as pictures below.
“””””Could you please put each Bibliography in a word file separately?”””””

I need a 5 sentences abstract and 5 sentences summary of each of the 3 articles.

I need a 5 sentences abstract and 5 sentences summary of each of the 3 articles. Attached are all the instructions you need to know. I want each summary in different word file
Article 1: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/air-space-magazine/weight-watchers-13117183/
Article 2: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/air-space-magazine/mach-20-or-bust-20679807/
Article3:https://www.smithsonianmag.com/air-space-magazine/how-the-747-got-its-hump-4578877/