Now that your project topic has been approved by the instructor, we can start the actual course project. The first part of the project will have you go through the project selection process and give a recommendation to your supervisor (your instructor) what project should be selected. You will need to perform the following tasks:
You will need to create data as needed (best guess when appropriate) to perform the following calculations for your approved project topic:
1) Net Present Value
2) Pay Back Period
3) Cost-Benefit Analysis
4) You pick one additional model to use
The deliverable for this part of the project will be a letter to your supervisor (your instructor) that explains your project and why it should be selected for funding (provide in an appendix the work for each calculation). You can assume that your project is competing against two other projects for funding. In this letter you will need to include the four (4) calculations listed above and a rationale for your recommendation along with an appendix with your supporting work for the calculations and any other relevant material.
place in France and England during the French Revolution. Charles Dickens demonstrates how Sydney Carton makes his decisions based on love for the benefit of others and himself and Madame Defarge makes her decisions based on hate which causes the pain and sorrow of many people. Dickens suggests that love overpowers hate because in the end those who acted on hate don’t have happy endings. Sydney Carton shows his unselfish love through his sacrifice for others; he loves the Manette family so much that he will give up his life for theirs. Sydney once says to Lucie “For you, and for any dear to you, I would do anything. I would embrace any sacrifice for you and for those dear to you. And when you see your own bright beauty springing up anew at your feet, think now and then that there is a man who would give his life, to keep a life you love beside you” (157). He lives up to what he says because later in the story he sacrifices his life so that Lucie could be with her husband Charles Darnay. He knew that Charles is what made Lucie happy and he wanted her to be happy. Sydney loves Lucie so much that he accepts the fact that she would never marry him and instead is happy that she is with Charles. He is a selfless man that is always thinking about others and never himself. Sydney was not always this way though. There was a time when he was always very depressed. Towards the beginning of the novel Sydney and Charles go out for a couple drinks and Sydney says “I am a disappointed drudge, sir. I care for no man on earth, and no man on earth cares for me” (102). He is disappointed not with himself but those around him. He drinks to solve his problems which doesn’t actually do much for him. He was a man that didn’t care about anybody including himself. Later on in the story this problem is solved because of his love for Lucie. He begins to deeply care about others especially the Manettes. In conclusion, Sydney is a selfless man that sacrifices himself for benefit of others. In contrast to Sydney Carton, Madame Defarge acts on h>GET ANSWER