### Question 2 :

The History of Public Relations. Please respond to the following: Ivy Ledbetter Lee believed public relations should focus on providing honest and accurate information to the public. Using the company or celebrity you researched for the third e-Activity, list and explain in detail at least two factors that contributed to why you think the company or celebrity was successful or unsuccessful in following Lee’s formula. Public relations came of age due to five general factors in our society. Choose one of these factors (listed below) and explain in detail how it contributed to the development of public relations as we know it today. The growth of large institutions Heightened public awareness and media sophistication Increasing incidence of societal change, conflict, and confrontation Growing power of globalization Dominance of the Internet and growth of social.....

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### PARAMETER AND PARAMETRIC EQUATION

Find the coordinates of the points where the line $4x-5y+6a=0$ cuts the curve given parametrically by $(at^2,.....

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### PARAMETER AND PARAMETRIC EQUATION [1]

Consider a circle, radius $a$, center at the origin. Let $P(x, y)$ be any point on the circle, and let the angle between $PO$ and the x-axis be $\theta$, then $x=a\cos\theta$ and $y=a\sin\theta$. These equations, which give the coordinates of any point on the curve in terms of $\theta$, are called parametric equations, and $\theta$ is called a parameter. Find the Cartesian equation of the locus given parametrically by the equations $x=\sin\theta$,.....

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### THE DISTANCE OF A POINT FROM A LINE

Find the equation of the bisectors of the angles between the lines $4x+3y-12=0$ and.....

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### THE DISTANCE OF A POINT FROM A LINE

Find the distance of the points (a) $(1,3)$, (b) $(-3,4)$, (c) $(4,-2)$ from the line.....

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### RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN POLAR AND CARTESIAN COORDINATES

Let $P$ be any point and let $OP=r$, where $O$ is the origin and let $OP$ make an angle $\theta$ with the axis, then $r$ and $\theta$ are called Polar coordinates of the point $P$, and the coordinates may be written as $(r,\theta)$. Find the polar equation of the circle whose Cartesian equation is.....

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### RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN POLAR AND CARTESIAN COORDINATES

Let $P$ be any point and let $OP=r$, where $O$ is the origin and let $OP$ make an angle $\theta$ with the axis, then $r$ and $\theta$ are called Polar coordinates of the point $P$, and the coordinates may be written as $(r,\theta)$. Find the Cartesian equations of (b).....

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### RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN POLAR AND CARTESIAN COORDINATES

Let $P$ be any point and let $OP=r$, where $O$ is the origin and let $OP$ make an angle $\theta$ with the axis, then $r$ and $\theta$ are called Polar coordinates of the point $P$, and the coordinates may be written as $(r,\theta)$. Find the Cartesian equations of (a).....

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