11.8E: Exercises

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Practice Makes Perfect

Exercise (PageIndex{23}) Graph Quadratic Functions of the Form (f(x)=x^{2}=k)

In the following exercises,

1. Graph the quadratic functions on the same rectangular coordinate system
2. Describe what effect adding a constant, (k), to the function has on the basic parabola.
1. (f(x)=x^{2}, g(x)=x^{2}+4, ext { and } h(x)=x^{2}-4)
2. (f(x)=x^{2}, g(x)=x^{2}+7, ext { and } h(x)=x^{2}-7)

1.

1. Figure 9.7.71
2. The graph of (g(x)=x^{2}+4) is the same as the graph of (f(x)=x^{2}) but shifted up (4) units. The graph of (h(x)=x^{2}-4) is the same as the graph of (f(x)=x^{2}) but shift down (4) units.

Exercise (PageIndex{24}) Graph Quadratic Functions of the Form (f(x)=x^{2}=k)

In the following exercises, graph each function using a vertical shift.

1. (f(x)=x^{2}+3)
2. (f(x)=x^{2}-7)
3. (g(x)=x^{2}+2)
4. (g(x)=x^{2}+5)
5. (h(x)=x^{2}-4)
6. (h(x)=x^{2}-5)

1.

3.

5.

Exercise (PageIndex{25}) Graph Quadratic Functions of the Form (f(x)=(x-h)^{2})

In the following exercises,

1. Graph the quadratic functions on the same rectangular coordinate system
2. Describe what effect adding a constant, (h), inside the parentheses has
1. (f(x)=x^{2}, g(x)=(x-3)^{2}, ext { and } h(x)=(x+3)^{2})
2. (f(x)=x^{2}, g(x)=(x+4)^{2}, ext { and } h(x)=(x-4)^{2})

1.

1. Figure 9.7.75
2. The graph of (g(x)=(x−3)^{2}) is the same as the graph of (f(x)=x^{2}) but shifted right (3) units. The graph of (h(x)=(x+3)^{2}) is the same as the graph of (f(x)=x^{2}) but shifted left (3) units.

Exercise (PageIndex{26}) Graph Quadratic Functions of the Form (f(x)=(x-h)^{2})

In the following exercises, graph each function using a horizontal shift.

1. (f(x)=(x-2)^{2})
2. (f(x)=(x-1)^{2})
3. (f(x)=(x+5)^{2})
4. (f(x)=(x+3)^{2})
5. (f(x)=(x-5)^{2})
6. (f(x)=(x+2)^{2})

1.

3.

5.

Exercise (PageIndex{27}) Graph Quadratic Functions of the Form (f(x)=(x-h)^{2})

In the following exercises, graph each function using transformations.

1. (f(x)=(x+2)^{2}+1)
2. (f(x)=(x+4)^{2}+2)
3. (f(x)=(x-1)^{2}+5)
4. (f(x)=(x-3)^{2}+4)
5. (f(x)=(x+3)^{2}-1)
6. (f(x)=(x+5)^{2}-2)
7. (f(x)=(x-4)^{2}-3)
8. (f(x)=(x-6)^{2}-2)

1.

3.

5.

7.

Exercise (PageIndex{28}) Graph Quadratic Functions of the Form (f(x)=ax^{2})

In the following exercises, graph each function.

1. (f(x)=-2 x^{2})
2. (f(x)=4 x^{2})
3. (f(x)=-4 x^{2})
4. (f(x)=-x^{2})
5. (f(x)=frac{1}{2} x^{2})
6. (f(x)=frac{1}{3} x^{2})
7. (f(x)=frac{1}{4} x^{2})
8. (f(x)=-frac{1}{2} x^{2})

1.

3.

5.

7.

Exercise (PageIndex{29}) Graph Quadratic Functions Using Transformations

In the following exercises, rewrite each function in the (f(x)=a(x−h)^{2}+k) form by completing the square.

1. (f(x)=-3 x^{2}-12 x-5)
2. (f(x)=2 x^{2}-12 x+7)
3. (f(x)=3 x^{2}+6 x-1)
4. (f(x)=-4 x^{2}-16 x-9)

1. (f(x)=-3(x+2)^{2}+7)

3. (f(x)=3(x+1)^{2}-4)

Exercise (PageIndex{30}) Graph Quadratic Functions Using Transformations

In the following exercises,

1. Rewrite each function in (f(x)=a(x−h)^{2}+k) form
2. Graph it by using transformations
1. (f(x)=x^{2}+6 x+5)
2. ((x)=x^{2}+4 x-12)
3. (f(x)=x^{2}+4 x-12)
4. (f(x)=x^{2}-6 x+8)
5. (f(x)=x^{2}-6 x+15)
6. (f(x)=x^{2}+8 x+10)
7. (f(x)=-x^{2}+8 x-16)
8. (f(x)=-x^{2}+2 x-7)
9. (f(x)=-x^{2}-4 x+2)
10. (f(x)=-x^{2}+4 x-5)
11. (f(x)=5 x^{2}-10 x+8)
12. (f(x)=3 x^{2}+18 x+20)
13. (f(x)=2 x^{2}-4 x+1)
14. (f(x)=3 x^{2}-6 x-1)
15. (f(x)=-2 x^{2}+8 x-10)
16. (f(x)=-3 x^{2}+6 x+1)

1.

1. f(x)=(x+3)^{2}-4

3.

1. (f(x)=(x+2)^{2}-1)

5.

1. (f(x)=(x-3)^{2}+6)

7.

1. (f(x)=-(x-4)^{2}+0)

9.

1. (f(x)=-(x+2)^{2}+6)

11.

1. (f(x)=5(x-1)^{2}+3)

13.

1. (f(x)=2(x-1)^{2}-1)

15.

1. (f(x)=-2(x-2)^{2}-2)

Exercise (PageIndex{31}) Graph Quadratic Functions Using Transformations

In the following exercises,

1. Rewrite each function in (f(x)=a(x−h)^{2}+k) form
2. Graph it using properties
1. (f(x)=2 x^{2}+4 x+6)
2. (f(x)=3 x^{2}-12 x+7)
3. (f(x)=-x^{2}+2 x-4)
4. (f(x)=-2 x^{2}-4 x-5)

1.

1. (f(x)=2(x+1)^{2}+4)

3.

1. (f(x)=-(x-1)^{2}-3)

Exercise (PageIndex{32}) Matching

In the following exercises, match the graphs to one of the following functions:

1. (f(x)=x^{2}+4)
2. (f(x)=x^{2}-4)
3. (f(x)=(x+4)^{2})
4. (f(x)=(x-4)^{2})
5. (f(x)=(x+4)^{2}-4)
6. (f(x)=(x+4)^{2}+4)
7. (f(x)=(x-4)^{2}-4)
8. (f(x)=(x-4)^{2}+4)

1. Figure 9.7.97

2. Figure 9.7.98

3. Figure 9.7.99

4. Figure 9.7.100

5. Figure 9.7.101

6. Figure 9.7.102

7. Figure 9.7.103

8. Figure 9.7.104

1. c

3. e

5. d

7. g

Exercise (PageIndex{33}) Find a Quadratic Function from its Graph

In the following exercises, write the quadratic function in (f(x)=a(x−h)^{2}+k) form whose graph is shown.

1. Figure 9.7.105

2. Figure 9.7.106

3. Figure 9.7.107

4. Figure 9.7.108

1. (f(x)=(x+1)^{2}-5)

3. (f(x)=2(x-1)^{2}-3)

Exercise (PageIndex{34}) Writing Exercise

1. Graph the quadratic function (f(x)=x^{2}+4x+5) first using the properties as we did in the last section and then graph it using transformations. Which method do you prefer? Why?
2. Graph the quadratic function (f(x)=2x^{2}−4x−3) first using the properties as we did in the last section and then graph it using transformations. Which method do you prefer? Why?

Self Check

a. After completing the exercises, use this checklist to evaluate your mastery of the objectives of this section.

b. After looking at the checklist, do you think you are well-prepared for the next section? Why or why not?

HOW TO SPEAK ENGLISH FAST

11.1 Session Written text 5:1-21 (Acts). Do it again each phrase.

But there was a man, (But there was a man,) / who with his partner, (who with his partner,) / marketed some residence that belonged to them. (sold some residence that belonged to them.) / But there was a man, who with his partner, marketed some residence that belonged to them. (But there was a man, who with his partner, marketed some residence that belonged to them.) / But with his partner's contract (But with his partner's agreement) / he kept aspect of the cash for himself (he kept aspect of the cash for himself) / and converted the relax over to the apostles. (and converted the relax over to the apostles.) / But with his partner's contract he kept aspect of the cash for himself and converted the relax over to the apostles. (But with his partner's contract he kept aspect of the cash for himself and converted the relax over to the apostles.)

Peter said to him, (Peter said to him,) / Why did you let The devil take management of you (Why did you let The devil take management of you) / and create you lie to the Sacred Soul (and create you lie to the Sacred Spirit) / by maintaining aspect of the cash you obtained for the property? (by maintaining aspect of the cash you obtained for the property?) / Chris said to him, Why did you let The devil take management of you and create you lie to the Sacred Soul by maintaining aspect of the cash you obtained for the property? (Peter said to him, Why did you let The devil take management of you and create you lie to the Sacred Soul by maintaining aspect of the cash you obtained for the property?)

Before you marketed the residence, (Before you marketed the residence,) / it belonged to you (it belonged to you) / and after you marketed it, (and after you marketed it,) / the cash was yours. (the cash was yours.) / Before you marketed the residence, it belonged to you and after you marketed it, the cash was yours. (Before you marketed the residence, it belonged to you and after you marketed it, the cash was yours.) / Why, then, did you choose to do such a thing? (Why, then, did you choose to do such a thing?) / You have not protect to individuals, (You have not protect to individuals,) / you have protect to God. (you have protect to God.) / You have not protect to individuals, you have protect to God. (You have not protect to individuals, you have protect to God.)

As soon as the man observed this, (As soon as the man observed this,) / he dropped down dead (he dropped down dead) / and all who observed about it were frightened. (and all who observed about it were frightened.) / As soon as the man observed this, he dropped down dead and all who observed about it were frightened. (As soon as the man observed this, he dropped down dead and all who observed about it were frightened.) / The young men came in, (The young men came in,) / covered up his system, (wrapped up his system,) / taken him out, (carried him out,) / and laid to relax him. (and laid to relax him.) / The young men came in, covered up his system, taken him out, and laid to relax him. (The young men came in, covered up his system, taken him out, and laid to relax him.)

So Chris said to her, (So Chris said to her,) / Why did you and your partner choose (Why did you and your partner decide) / to put the Lord's Soul to the test? (to put the Lord's Soul to the test?) / So Chris said to her, Why did you and your partner choose to put the Lord's Soul to the test? (So Chris said to her, Why did you and your partner choose to put the Lord's Soul to the test?) / The men who laid to relax your partner (The men who laid to relax your husband) / are at the entry right now, (are at the entry right now,) / and they will bring you out too. (and they will bring you out too.) / The men who laid to relax your partner are at the entry right now, and they will bring you out too. (The men who laid to relax your partner are at the entry right now, and they will bring you out too.) / At once she dropped down at his legs and passed away. (At once she dropped down at his legs and passed away.)

The young men came in (The young men came in) / and saw that she was deceased, (and saw that she was deceased,) / so they taken her out (so they taken her out) / and laid to relax her beside her partner. (and laid to relax her beside her partner.) / The young men came in and saw that she was deceased, so they taken her out and laid to relax her beside her partner. (The young men came in and saw that she was deceased, so they taken her out and laid to relax her beside her partner.) / The whole cathedral (The whole church) / and all the others who observed of this (and all the others who observed of this) / were frightened. (were frightened.) / The whole cathedral and all the others who observed of this were frightened. (The whole cathedral and all the others who observed of this were frightened.)

Many wonders and amazing things (Many wonders and wonders) / were being conducted among the individuals (were being conducted among the people) / by the apostles. (by the apostles.) / Many wonders and amazing things were being conducted among the individuals by the apostles. (Many wonders and amazing things were being conducted among the individuals by the apostles.) / All the followers met together in Solomon's Patio. (All the followers met together in Solomon's Patio.) / Nobody outside the team dared be a part of them, (Nobody outside the team dared be a part of them,) / even though the individuals talked extremely of them. (even though the individuals talked extremely of them.) / Nobody outside the team dared be a part of them, even though the individuals talked extremely of them. (Nobody outside the team dared be a part of them, even though the individuals talked extremely of them.)

But more and more individuals (But more and more people) / were included to the number of men and ladies (were included to the number of men and women) / who considered in the Master. (who considered in the Master.) / But more and more individuals were included to the number of men and ladies who considered in the Master. (But more and more individuals were included to the number of men and ladies who considered in the Master.)

As a consequence of what the apostles were doing, (As a consequence of what the apostles were doing,) / fed up individuals were conducted into the roads (sick individuals were conducted into the streets) / and placed on mattresses and pads (and placed on mattresses and mats) / Due to what the apostles were doing, fed up individuals were conducted into the roads and placed on mattresses and pads (As a consequence of what the apostles were doing, fed up individuals were conducted into the roads and placed on mattresses and mats) / so that at least Peter's darkness (so that at least Peter's shadow) / might drop on some of them (might drop on some of them) / as he approved by. (as he
passed by.) / so that at least Peter's darkness might drop on some of them as he approved by. (so that at least Peter's darkness might drop on some of them as he approved by.)

And crowd (And crowds of people of people) / came in from the areas around Jerusalem, (came in from the areas around Jerusalem,) / providing those who were fed up (bringing those who were sick) / or who had wicked mood in them (or who had wicked mood in them) / and they were all recovered. (and they were all recovered.) / And crowd came in from the areas around Jerusalem, providing those who were fed up or who had wicked mood in them and they were all recovered. (And crowd came in from the areas around Jerusalem, providing those who were fed up or who had wicked mood in them and they were all recovered.)

Then the Great Preacher (Then the Great Priest) / and all his partners, (and all his partners,) / associates of the regional celebration of spiritual management, (members of the regional celebration of spiritual management,) / Then the Great Preacher and all his partners, associates of the regional celebration of spiritual management, (Then the Great Preacher and all his partners, associates of the regional celebration of spiritual management,) / became incredibly envious of the apostles (became incredibly envious of the apostles) / so they made the decision to take activity. (so they made the decision to take activity.) / became incredibly envious of the apostles so they made the decision to take activity. (became incredibly envious of the apostles so they made the decision to take activity.)

They caught the apostles (They caught the apostles) / and put them in the community jail. (and put them in the community jail.) / They caught the apostles and put them in the community jail. (They caught the apostles and put them in the community jail.) / But that evening (But that night) / an angel of the Master began out the jail gateways, (an angel of the Master began out the jail gateways,) / led the apostles out, (led the apostles out,) / and said to them, (and said to them,) / But that evening an angel of the Master began out the jail gateways, led the apostles out, and said to them, (But that evening an angel of the Master began out the jail gateways, led the apostles out, and said to them,) / Go and take a position in the Forehead, (Go and take a position in the Forehead,) / and tell the individuals all about this new lifestyle. (and tell the individuals all about this new lifestyle.) / Go and take a position in the Forehead, and tell the individuals all about this new lifestyle. (Go and take a position in the Forehead, and tell the individuals all about this new lifestyle.) / The apostles followed, (The apostles followed,) / and at beginning they joined the Forehead (and at beginning they joined the Temple) / and began training. (and began training.) / The apostles followed, and at beginning they joined the Forehead and began training. (The apostles followed, and at beginning they joined the Forehead and began training.)

LESSON 11: EXERCISE LESSON

11.2 Do it again each phrase.

11.2a Finish the following phrases with "of dropping."
I am frightened (I am frightened of dropping.) / I was frightened (I was frightened of
falling.) / I will be frightened (I will be frightened of dropping.)
He is frightened (He is frightened of dropping.) / He was frightened (He was terrified
of dropping.) / He will be frightened (He will be frightened of dropping.)
You are frightened (You are frightened of dropping.) / You were frightened (You
were frightened of dropping.) / You will be frightened (You will be frightened of
falling.)

▬ Finish the following phrases with "by the activity."
We are frightened (We are frightened by the activity.) / We were frightened (We
were frightened by the activity.) / We will be frightened (We will be frightened by
the activity.)

They are frightened (They are frightened by the activity.) / They were terrified
(They were frightened by the activity.) / They will be frightened (They will be
terrified by the activity.)

11.2b Finish the following phrases with "with their guidelines."
I believe the fact (I believe the fact with their guidelines.) / I made the decision (I made the decision with their
instructions.) / I will believe the fact (I will believe the fact with their guidelines.)
She confirms (She confirms with their guidelines.) / She made the decision (She agreed
with their guidelines.) / She will believe the fact (She will believe the fact with their
instructions.)
You believe the fact (You believe the fact with their guidelines.) / You made the decision (You agreed
with their guidelines.) / You will believe the fact (You will believe the fact with their
instructions.)

▬ Finish the following phrases with "control of the city."
We believe the fact (We accept to take management of the city.) / We made the decision (We made the decision to
take management of the city.) / We will believe the fact (We will accept to take management of
the city.)

They believe the fact (They accept to take management of the city.) / They made the decision (They
agreed to take management of the city.) / They will believe the fact (They will believe the fact to
take management of the city.)

11.2c Finish the following phrases with "action for the public's excellent."
I take (I take activity for the public's excellent.) / I took (I took activity for the
public's excellent.) / I will take (I will take activity for the public's excellent.)
She requires (She requires activity for the public's excellent.) / She took (She took
action for the public's excellent.) / She will take (She will take activity for the
public's excellent.)

You take (You take activity for the public's excellent.) / You took (You took
action for the public's excellent.) / You will take (You will take activity for the
public's excellent.)

▬ Finish the following phrases with "to take management of the young men."
We take (We take management of the young men.) / We took (We took management of
the young men.) / We will take (We will take management of the young men.)
They take (They take management of the young men.) / They took (They took
control of the young men.) / They will take (They will take management of the
young men.)

11.2d Finish the following phrases with "it by the entry."

I position (I position it by the entry.) / I placed (I placed it by the entry.) / I will
place (I will position it by the entry.)
She locations (She locations it by the entry.) / She placed (She placed it by the
door.) / She will position (She will position it by the entry.)
You position (You position it by the entry.) / You placed (You placed it by the
door.) / You will position (You will position it by the entry.)

▬ Finish the following phrases with "them down by our legs."
We position (We position them down by our legs.) / We placed (We placed them down by our legs.) / We will position (We will position them down by our legs.)
They position (They position them down by our legs.) / They placed (They placed them down by our legs.) / They will position (They will position them down by our legs.)

11.2e Finish the following phrases with "the shop at beginning."
I get into (I get into the shop at beginning.) / I joined (I joined the shop at beginning.) / I will get into (I will get into the shop at beginning.)
She goes into (She goes into the shop at beginning.) / She joined (She joined the shop at beginning.) / She will get into (She will get into the shop at beginning.)
You get into (You get into the shop at beginning.) / You joined (You joined the shop at beginning.) / You will get into (You will get into the shop at beginning.)

▬ Finish the following phrases with "public residence here."
We get into (We get into community residence here.) / We joined (We joined community residence here.) / We will get into (We will get into community residence here.)
They get into (They get into community residence here.) / They joined (They joined community residence here.) / They will get into (They will get into community residence here.)

11.3 Response each phrase with "I don't know yet," and "may."
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11.3a Will you go tomorrow?
(I don't know yet. I may go the next day.) I don't know yet. I may go the next day. (I don't know yet. I may go the next day.)

11.3b Will she discuss the emergency?
(I don't know yet. She may discuss the urgent.) I don't know yet. She may discuss the urgent. (I don't know yet. She may discuss the urgent.)

11.3c Will it be a lot of money?
(I don't know yet. It may be a huge sum of cash.) I don't know yet. It may be a huge sum of cash. (I don't know yet. It may be a huge sum of cash.)

11.3d Will they do all of their work?
(I don't know yet. They may do all of their perform.) I don't know yet. They may do all of their perform. (I don't know yet. They may do all of their perform.)

11.3e Will it be examined soon?
(I don't know yet. It may be examined soon.) I don't know yet. It may be examined soon. (I don't know yet. It may be examined soon.)

11.3f Will we know the outcomes tomorrow?
(I don't know yet. We may know the outcomes the next day.) I don't know yet. We may know the outcomes the next day. (I don't know yet. We may know the outcomes the next day.)

11.3g Will the relax of the cash be given away?
(I don't know yet. The relax of the cash may be given away.) I don't know yet. The relax of the cash may be given away. (I don't know yet. The relax of the cash may be given away.)

11.4 Response each phrase with "I don't think I (or another person) will. But I (or the other person) might ."
11.4a Will you go tomorrow?
(I don't think I will. But I might go the next day.) I don't think I will. But I might go the next day. (I don't think I will. But I might go the next day.)

11.4b Will she discuss the emergency?
(I don't think she will. But she might discuss the urgent.) I don't think she will. But she might discuss the urgent. (I don't think she will. But she might discuss the urgent.)

11.4c Will we provide a lot of money?
(I don't think we will. But we might provide a huge sum of cash.) I don't think we will. But we might provide a huge sum of cash. (I don't think we will. But we might provide a huge sum of cash.)

11.4d Will they do all of their work?
(I don't think they will. But they might do all of their perform.) I don't think they will. But they might do all of their perform. (I don't think they will. But they might do all of their perform.)

11.4e Will she analyze it soon?
(I don't think she will. But she might analyze it soon.) I don't think she will. But she might analyze it soon. (I don't think she will. But she might analyze it soon.)

11.4f Will we know the outcomes tomorrow?
(I don't think we will. But we might know the outcomes the next day.) I don't think we will. But we might know the outcomes the next day. (I don't think we will. But we might know the outcomes the next day.)

11.4g Will the relax of them drop down?
(I don't think they will. But the relax of them might drop down.) I don't think they will. But the relax of them might drop down. (I don't think they will. But the relax of them might drop down.)

11.5 Do it again each term (regular verbs).
11.5a TO TEST (to test) / He guaranteed to analyze it. (He guaranteed to analyze it.)
testing (testing) / He is examining some. (He is examining some.)
tested (tested) / it is examined (it is tested) / it was examined (it was tested) / it will be examined (it will be tested)

I analyze (I test) I examined (I tested) I will analyze (I will test)
he assessments (he tests) he examined (he tested) he will analyze (he will test)
she assessments (she tests) she examined (she tested) she will analyze (she will test)
it assessments (it tests) it examined (it tested) it will analyze (it will test)
you analyze (you test) you examined (you tested) you will analyze (you will test)
we analyze (we test) we examined (we tested) we will analyze (we will test)
they analyze (they test) they examined (they tested) they will analyze (they will test)

11.5b TO PASS (to pass) / He guaranteed to pass it. (He guaranteed to pass it.)
passing (passing) / He is moving some. (He is moving some.)
passed (passed) / it is approved (it is passed) / it was approved (it was passed) / it will be approved (it will be passed)
I pass (I pass) I approved (I passed) I will pass (I will pass)
he goes (he passes) he approved (he passed) he will pass (he will pass)
she goes (she passes) she approved (she passed) she will pass (she will pass)
it goes (it passes) it approved (it passed) it will pass (it will pass)
you pass (you pass) you approved (you passed) you will pass (you will pass)
we pass (we pass) we approved (we passed) we will pass (we will pass)
they pass (they pass) they approved (they passed) they will pass (they will pass)

receiving (receiving) / He is getting some. (He is getting some.)

11.5d TO LIE (to lie) / He guaranteed not to lie. (He guaranteed not to lie.)
lying (lying) / He is relaxing. (He is relaxing.)
lied : It is protect is rarely or never used.

I lie (I lie) I protect (I lied) I will lie (I will lie)
he can be found (he lies) he protect (he lied) he will lie (he will lie)
she can be found (she lies) she protect (she lied) she will lie (she will lie)
it can be found (it lies) it protect (it lied) it will lie (it will lie)
you lie (you lie) you protect (you lied) you will lie (you will lie)
we lie (we lie) we protect (we lied) we will lie (we will lie)
they lie (they lie) they protect (they lied) they will lie (they will lie)

11.5e TO WRAP (to wrap) / He guaranteed to wrap it. (He guaranteed to wrap it.)
wrapping (wrapping) / He is covering some. (He is covering some.)
wrapped (wrapped) / it is covered (it is wrapped) / it was covered (it was wrapped) / it will be covered (it will be wrapped)

I wrap (I wrap) I covered (I wrapped) I will wrap (I will wrap)
he parcels (he wraps) he covered (he wrapped) he will wrap (he will wrap)
she parcels (she wraps) she covered (she wrapped) she will wrap (she will wrap)
it parcels (it wraps) it covered (it wrapped) it will wrap (it will wrap)
you wrap (you wrap) you covered (you wrapped) you will wrap (you will wrap)
we wrap (we wrap) we covered (we wrapped) we will wrap (we will wrap)
they wrap (they wrap) they covered (they wrapped) they will wrap (they will wrap)

11.6 Do it again each term (irregular verbs).

11.6a TO FALL (to fall) / He guaranteed not to drop. (He guaranteed not to drop.)
falling (falling) / He is dropping. (He is dropping.)
fallen : It is dropped is rarely or never used.
I drop (I fall) I dropped (I fell) I will drop (I will fall)
he drops (he falls) he dropped (he fell) he will drop (he will fall)
she drops (she falls) she dropped (she fell) she will drop (she will fall)
it drops (it falls) it dropped (it fell) it will drop (it will fall)
you drop (you fall) you dropped (you fell) you will drop (you will fall)
we drop (we fall) we dropped (we fell) we will drop (we will fall)
they drop (they fall) they dropped (they fell) they will drop (they will fall)

11.6b TO MEET (to meet) / He guaranteed not to meet. (He guaranteed not to meet.)
meeting (meeting) / He is conference them. (He is conference them.)
met (met) / it is met (it is met) / it was met (it was met) / it will be met (it will be met)
I meet (I meet) I met (I met) I will see (I will meet)
he satisfies (he meets) he met (he met) he will see (he will meet)
she satisfies (she meets) she met (she met) she will see (she will meet)
it satisfies (it meets) it met (it met) it will see (it will meet)
you meet (you meet) you met (you met) you will see (you will meet)
we meet (we meet) we met (we met) we will see (we will meet)
they meet (they meet) they met (they met) they will see (they will meet)

11.6c TO LAY (to lay) / He guaranteed not to lay it down. (He guaranteed not to lay it down.)
laying (laying) / He is resting them down. (He is resting them down.)
laid (laid) / it is set (it is laid) / it was set (it was laid) / it will be set (it will be laid)
I lay (I lay) I set (I laid) I will lay (I will lay)
he sets (he lays) he set (he laid) he will lay (he will lay)
she sets (she lays) she set (she laid) she will lay (she will lay)
it sets (it lays) it set (it laid) it will lay (it will lay)
you lay (you lay) you set (you laid) you will lay (you will lay)
we lay (we lay) we set (we laid) we will lay (we will lay)
they lay (they lay) they set (they laid) they will lay (they will lay)

11.6d TO READ (to read) / He guaranteed not to see it. (He guaranteed not to see it.)
reading (reading) / He is studying to them. (He is studying to them.)

11.7 Do it again each correspondence of the abc.

A / a B / b C / c D / d / E / e F / f G / g
H / h I / i J / j K / k L / l M / m N / n
O / o P / p Q / q R / r S / s T / t U / u
V / v W / w X / x Y / y Z / z

11.8 I will ask, "Did you put them in jail?" You will answer, "No, I didn't put them in jail." I will ask, "Did they secure it together?" You will answer, "No, they didn't secure it together."

11.8a Did you put them in jail?
(No, I didn't put them in jail.) No, I didn't put them in jail. (No, I didn't put them in jail.)

11.8b Did they secure it together?
(No, they didn't secure it together.) No, they didn't secure it together. (No, they didn't secure it together.)

11.8c Did she help them work?
(No, she didn't help them perform.) No, she didn't help them perform. (No, she didn't help them perform.)

11.8d Did he discover everything himself?
(No, he didn't discover everything himself.) No, he didn't discover everything himself. (No, he didn't discover everything himself.)

11.8e Does she tell them to walk?
(No, she doesn't tell them simply walking.) No, she doesn't tell them simply walking. (No, she doesn't tell them simply walking.)

11.8f Do you come together?
(No, we don't come together.) No, we don't come together. (No, we don't come together.)

11.8g Do we wonder about today?
(No, we don't wonder about these days.) No, we don't wonder about these days. (No, we don't wonder about these days.)

11.8h Does he keep the kid's hand?
(No, he doesn't keep the kid's side.) No, he doesn't keep the kid's side. (No, he doesn't keep the kid's side.)

THE VERB AGREES WITH ITS SUBJECT
women believe the fact The females from that team always accept to management it.
group confirms That number of females always confirms to management it.
students understand The learners in this university understand British.
school instructs This university for men instructs British.
children take The kids from this family members take a aspect with us.
family requires This family members with three kids requires a aspect with us.
Peter operates he operates Chris sometimes operates.
John and Chris run they run David and Chris sometimes run together.
car is it is The car is on the street.
car and bus are they are The car and bus are on the street.
hand was it was His side was harm.
hand and arm were they were Both his side and arm were harm.

THE USE OF "OTHER"
another is (one person) Another man is powerful.
others are (two or more people) Others are powerful.
the other is (one person) The other man is powerful.
the others are (two or more people) The others are powerful.

LESSON 11 VOCABULARY
action aspect to fall
amount celebration to lay
angel jail to lie
another residence to pass
bed audience to place
control invoice to take
dare relax to take action
dawn right now to take control
entrance darkness to test
extreme, incredibly analyze to wrap
lie to be town
local to be frightened lady, women
mat to challenge wrapping
might, great to enter

With his partner's contract he kept aspect of the cash for himself and converted the relax over to their management. (5:2)
Why did you let him take management of you and create you lie? (5:3)
Before you marketed the residence, it belonged to you and after you marketed it, the cash was yours. (5:4)
About three time later his partner, not understanding what had occurred, came in. (5:7)
Nobody outside the team dared be a part of them, even though the individuals talked extremely of them. (5:13)
As a consequence of what they were doing, individuals were taken to see them. (5:15)
Then the management became incredibly envious of them so they made the decision to take activity. (5:17)
But that evening the jail gateways were began out. (5:19)

THE FAMILY VOCABULARY
brother (younger, little, mature, big) excellent granny old lady (slang,
brother-in-law excellent grandmother and grandfather impolite)
child (children) excellent great grandmother and grandfather parents
cousin (your generation) excellent nephew (grandchild's generation) sibling(s)
dad excellent relative (grandchild's generation) sis (younger, little,
father (paternal) mature, big)
grandchildren sister-in-law
granddaughter double (brother, sis,
grandfather excellent dad (grandparent's similar, fraternal)
grandmother partner generation)
grandparents mom (maternal) generation)
grandson relative, nephew (children's partner
great auntie (grandparent's generation)
generation) old man (slang,
great grandfather impolite)

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Introduction

PostgreSQL is a very popular relational database which has quite a few different data access libraries available for the Haskell programming language.

Today’s article aims to get you up and running, executing queries against PostgreSQL from your Haskell environment with the least amount of hassle.

Postgresql-simple

The first library that we’ll go through is postgresql-simple. This library has a very basic interface, and is really simple to get up an running.

A mid-level client library for the PostgreSQL database, aimed at ease of use and high performance.

Prerequisites

Before you get started though, you’ll need libpq installed.

You’ll need to add a dependency on the postgresql-simple library to your application. The following code will then allow you to connect to your PostgreSQL database, and ru a simple command.

Hello, Postgres!

When your application successfully builds and executes, you should be met with the following output:

Walking through this code quickly, we first enable OverloadedStrings so that we can specify our Query values as literal strings.

In order to connect to Postgres, we use a ConnectInfo value which is filled out for us via defaultConnectInfo . We just override those values for our examples. I’m running PostgreSQL in a docker container, therefore I’ve got my docker network address.

The localPG value is now used to connect to the Postgres database. The conn value will be referred to after successful connection to send instructions to.

Finally, we run our query SELECT 1 + 1 using the query_ function. conn is passed to refer to the connecion to execute this query on.

With this basic code, we can start to build on some examples.

Retrieve a specific record

In the Hello, World example above, we were adding two static values to return another value. As exampeles get more complex, we need to give the library more information about the data that we’re working with. Int is very well known already, and already has mechanisms to deal with it (along with other basic data types).

In the client database table we have a list of names and ids. We can create a function to retrieve the name of a client, given an id:

The Query template passed in makes use of the ? character to specify where substitutions will be put. Note the use of query rather than query_ . In this case, query also accepts a Tuple containing all of the values for substitution.

Using the FromRow type class, our code can define a much stronger API. We can actually retrieve client rows from the database and convert them into Client values.

The Client data type needs definition now. It’s how we’ll refer to a client within our Haskell program:

The Client data type now gets a FromRow instance, which allows postgresql-simple to use it.

In order of the fields definitions, we give fromRow definition. The retrieveClient function only changes to broaden its query, and change its return type!

Create a new record

When creating data, you can use the function execute . The execute function is all about execution of the query without any return value.

Extending our API, we can make a createClient function but with a twist. We’ll also return the generated identifier (because of the id field).

We need a definition for Int64 . This is what the underlying SERIAL in PostgreSQL will translate to inside of your Haskell application.

We can now use createClient to setup an interface of sorts fo users to enter information.

We’ve created a data creation interface now.

Update an existing record

When it comes to updating data, we don’t expect much back in return aside from the number of records affected by the instruction. The execute function does exactly this. By measuring the return, we can convert the row count into a success/fail style message. I’ve simply encoded this as a boolean here.

Destroying records

Finally, destroying information out of the database will look a lot like the update.

execute providing the affected count allows us to perform the post-execution validation again.

Summary

There’s some basic operations to get up and running using postgresql-simple . Really looks like you can prototype software all the way through to writing fully blown applications with it.

11.8E: Exercises

Physics 160 Assignments Page

The homework assignments are done via the website WebAssign.net. Every time you log on, you will be asked for three things:

Username This is your first initial and last name combined as one word (for example, mine would be MHASSELBECK)

Password For your first login, use your UNM network username that identifies you on the university email system ([email protected]). Be sure to use all lower case letters. If that doesn't work or you don't have a university email account, try typing "password" without the quotation marks, again all in lower case letters. If you still can't get in, contact me and I'll set you up. Once logged in for the first time, please change your password and store it in a safe place. Remember that your password is case sensitive. If you lose or forget your password, you'll have to contact me to get back on the system.

Log on to WebAssign by clicking here. The three entry fields are on the left hand side of the page.

The problems are directly out of the textbook, but some of the numbers are often changed on the WebAssign site. Follow the directions carefully. You need to complete the entire problem set before submitting it to the website for grading. If you get incorrect answers, they will be noted on the response page that comes up immediately afterwards. After the first submission, you'll have two more opportunities to fix the incorrect answers. If you are happy with your results on the first or second try (even if not a perfect score) the system will grade the last acceptable submission made before the deadline. You are not required to make three submissions.

Note that very large or small numbers (or any number for that matter) can be entered using scientific notation with the format 3.00e+8, for example. Entering 3E8 will also work in this case. The Perl script at WebAssign does not recognize the character sequence 10^ for exponentials. You can also enter fractional values such as 1/10 instead of 0.10. Unrecognized entrys (examples are accidental spaces between numerals or using O instead of 0 to designate zero) are counted as errors for the purpose of grading, so watch for typos when entering data. In general, the script is looking for answers correct to 3 significant figures and a numerical accuracy of 2%. If you are doing a calculation involving pi, for example, you'd need to use at least 3.14 (although having more digits is probably a good idea). If you have questions about entering numerical answers, click here.

Problem Set 1 is due on Sunday, August 25 at 11:59 pm. Solutions here.

Problem Set 2 is due on Thursday, August 29 at 5:15 pm (just before class). Solutions Page 1, Page 2, Page 3.

Problem Set 3 (Textbook: 2-17E, 2-21P, 2-24E, 2-30P) is due on Sunday, September 1 at 11:59 pm. Solutions Page 1, Page 2.

Problem Set 4 (Textbook: 2-33P, 2-34P, 2-42E, 2-57P) is due on Tuesday, September 3 at 5:15 pm (just before class). Solutions Page 1, Page 2.

Problem Set 5 (Textbook: 3-3E, 3-4E, 3-5E, 3-8P, 3-14E, 3-16E, 3-21P, 3-36P) is due on Sunday, September 8 at 11:59 pm. Solutions Page 1, Page 2, Page 3.

Problem Set 6 There are two written problems to be handed in before class and three WebAssign exercises. The two written problems are from the textbook: 2-52P and 4-15P. See WebAssign for hints on 2-52P. The three WebAssign problems are also in the textbook: 4-4P, 4-9E, 4-11E. All five are due on Tuesday, September 10 at 5:15 pm (just before class). Solutions Page 1, Page 2, Page 3.

Problem Set 7 (Textbook: 4-17E, 4-23E, 4-25P, 4-33P, 4-44E, 4-48P) is due on Sunday, September 15 at 11:59 pm. Solutions Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4, Page 5.

Problem Set 8 (Textbook: 5-2E, 5-4E, 5-6P, 5-7P) is due on Sunday, September 22 at 11:59 pm. Solutions Page 1, Page 2.

Problem Set 9 consists of two written problems (Textbook questions 5-42 and 5-53) and four WebAssign problems (Textbook questions 5-17E, 5-38P, 5-43P, 5-50P). Look at this problem set on WebAssign for hints. All six problems are due on Thursday, September 26 at 5:15 pm (just before class). Solutions Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4, Page 5.

Problem Set 10 is entirely WebAssign (Textbook: 5-40P, 5-47P, 6-2E, 6-3E, 6-8E, 6-15P, 6-19P) and is due on Tuesday, October 1 at 5:15 pm. See WebAssign for hints. Solutions Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4, Page 5, Page 6, Page 7.

Problem Set 11 is entirely WebAssign (Textbook: 6-21P, 6-22P, 6-28P, 6-34E, 6-37E, 6-41P, 6-45P) and is due on Sunday, October 6 at 11:59 pm. Solutions Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4, Page 5, Page 6, Page 7.

The due date for Problem Set 12 has been extended until Tuesday, October 15 at 5:15 pm because of fall break. (Textbook questions: 7-2E, 7-9E, 7-13P, 7-15E, 7-22P, 7-25E, 7-30E) Solutions Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4.

Problem Set 13 is due Monday, October 21 at 6:00 pm (day before test). Textbook questions: 8-2E, 8-4E, 8-7P, 8-15P, 8-21P, 8-24P, 8-26P, 8-46E, 8-50P, 8-59P. See WebAssign for hints. Solutions Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4.

Problem Set 14 is a WebAssign due Tuesday, October 29 at 5:15 pm. Textbook questions: 9-3E, 9-5E, 9-7P, 9-11E, 9-15P, 9-21E, 9-23P, 9-25P, 9-36P, 9-39P. See WebAssign for hints. Solutions Page 1, Page 2, Page 3.

Problem Set 15 is a WebAssign due Sunday, November 3 at 11:59 pm. Textbook questions: 10-2E, 10-3E, 10-8P, 10-10P, 10-14P, 10-23E, 10-26P, 10-34P, 10-36E, 10-40P. See WebAssign for hints. Solutions Page 1, Page 2, Page 3.

Problem Set 16 consists of two written problems (Textbook questions 10-49E and 10-53P) and six WebAssign problems (Textbook questions 11-2E, 11-4E, 11-6P, 11-8E, 11-14P, 11-29P). Look at this problem set on WebAssign for hints. All eight problems are due on Tuesday, November 5 at 5:15 pm (just before class). Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4.

Problem Set 17 is a WebAssign due Sunday, November 10 at 11:59 pm. Textbook questions: 11-36E, 11-38E, 11-39E, 11-44P, 11-46E, 11-50E, 11-51E, 11-55P, 11-59E, 11-63P. See WebAssign for hints. Solutions Page 1, Page 2, Page 3.

Problem Set 18 is a WebAssign due Tuesday, November 12 at 5:15 pm. Textbook questions: 12-1E, 12-3E, 12-8P, 12-9P, 12-12P, 12-18E. See WebAssign for hints. Solutions Page 1, Page 2, Page 3.

Problem Set 19 is a WebAssign due Sunday, November 17 at 11:59 pm. Textbook questions: 12-24E, 12-30E, 12-33E, 12-35E, 12-38P, 12-39E, 12-44E, 12-50P, 12-54P, 12-58P. See WebAssign for hints. Solutions Page 1, Page 2, Page 3.

Problem Set 20 consists of two written problems (Textbook questions 14-10P and 14-13P) and five WebAssign problems (Textbook questions 14-2E, 14-9P, 14-16E, 14-26E, 14-39P). All seven problems are due before class on Tuesday, November 19. Solutions Page 1, Page 2, Page 3.

Problem Set 21 is a WebAssign due Sunday, November 24 at 11:59 pm. Textbook questions: 15-3E, 15-5E, 15-8E, 15-13E, 15-18P, 15-27E, 15-32P, 15-46E. See WebAssign for hints. Solutions Page 1, Page 2, Page 3.

Problem Set 22 is a WebAssign due Monday, November 25 at 6:00 pm. Textbook questions: 16-3E, 16-10E, 16-42E, 16-44E, 16-45E. Solutions here.

11.8E: Exercises

HOUSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . No. 95

Text of a further amendment (offered by Mr. Michlewitz of Boston) to the Senate amendment to the House Bill financing a program for improvements to the Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund and providing relief to employers and workers in the Commonwealth (House, No. 90). March 22, 2021.

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts

In the One Hundred and Ninety-Second General Court
(2021-2022)

By striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in place thereof the following:–

SECTION 1. To provide for a program for improvements to the Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund and relief to employers in the commonwealth, the sum set forth in section 2, for the several purposes and subject to the conditions specified in this act, is hereby made available, subject to the laws regulating the disbursement of public funds. The sum set forth in section 2 shall be in addition to any amounts previously authorized and made avail able for these purposes.

EXECUTIVE OFFICE FOR LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

7003-2025 For the program to reduce the amount of, or avoid the need to obtain, a federal advance from the federal government or to repay federal advances made to the commonwealth from the federal unemployment account for the fiscal years 2020 to 2025, inclusive, and to fund any reserve account, costs of issuance and capitalized interest, if any, related to bonds issued for such purposes an d the initial costs established pursuant to section 19 of this act and expenses of the administration of said program provided, that the aggregate principal amount shall not exceed the total amount authorized in this item. $7,000,000,000. SECTI ON 3. Chapter 151A of the General Laws is hereby amended by inserting after section 14J the following section:- Section 14J1/2. For the period from January 1, 2021 until December 31, 2022, each employer required to make contributions pursuant to section 1 4 shall pay an excise on the wages paid to its employees in accordance with the following table: Fo r the purpose of this section, the term “wages” shall include only that part of remuneration on which the employer is required to make contributions pursuant to said section 14. Such excise shall be paid to the commissioner in accordance with the procedure s prescribed by the commissioner. The commissioner shall deposit the receipts of such excise into the Federal Loan Interest Fund established in section 14K. Such receipts shall not be subject to the allowable state tax revenue limitations established in ch apter 62F. Prior to the depositing of the receipts, the commissioner may deduct all administrative costs incurred as a result of this section, including an amount as determined by the United States Secretary of Labor in accordance with federal cost rules, if applicable. Except where inconsistent with the terms of this section, the terms and conditions of this chapter which are applicable to the payment of and the collection of contributions pursuant to said section 14 shall apply to the payment of and the collection of said excise provided, however, that said excise shall not be credited to the employer’s account or to the solvency account established pursuant to said section 14 except as otherwise provided in section 14K. The commissioner, after providin g not less than 60 days’ written notice to the house and senate committees on ways and means and the joint committee on labor and workforce development, may adjust the excise rate specified in this section to pay interest required to be paid to the Federal Loan Interest Fund established by said section 14K. The notice shall include, but not be limited to: (i) the proposed adjusted excise rate (ii) the estimated amount of funds that will be raised by the adjusted excise rate (iii) the rationale for adjusti ng the excise rate (iv) the balance of the Federal Loan Interest Fund established in said section 14K and (v) the estimated amount of interest required to be paid under section 1202(b) of the federal Social Security Act. SECTION 4. Said chapter 151A is hereby further amended by striking out section 14K, as appearing in 2018 Official Edition, and inserting in place thereof the following section:- Section 14K. There is hereby established a separate fund to be known as the Federal Loan Interest Fund which shall be administered by the commissioner, without liability on the part of the commonwealth beyond the amount credited to and earned by the fund. Said fund shall consist of all amounts received under section 14J1/2, which shall be credited to such fund, except as otherwise provided in said section 14J1/2 and any other monies authorized by law to be credited to said fund. Money credited to the fund shall be used only for the payment of interest required to be paid under section 1202(b) of the federal Socia l Security Act. The monies in said fund shall be continuously available to the commissioner for the payment of said interest without further appropriation and shall not lapse at any time or be transferred to any other fund or account except as provided in this section. On September 30 of each calendar year, the commissioner shall transfer from the fund to the Unemployment Compensation Fund any amounts deposited therein pursuant to said section 14J1/2 prior to the immediately preceding 36-month period which have not been expended for the payment of interest. The commissioner shall credit such amounts transferred to the solvency account pursuant to paragraph (1) of subsection (e) of section 14 as of October 1 of said calendar year. SECTION 5. Paragraph (b) of subsection (1) of section 30A of said chapter 151A, as appearing in section 8 of chapter 201 of the acts of 2020, is hereby amended by striking out subparagraph (2) and inserting in place thereof the following subparagraph:- (2) There shall be a state “o ff” indicator for the commonwealth for the purposes of this paragraph for weeks of unemployment if at any time the provisions of subparagraph (1) are not met or 100 per cent federal sharing is not available under section 4105 of the federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act, Public Law 116-127, hereinafter the “Families First Act”, or any subsequent amendment to the Families First Act, or other federal law and the funding is sufficient to meet the requirements of this subparagraph, including, but not limited to, the federal Continued Assistance for Unemployed Workers Act of 2020. SECTION 6. Paragraph (c) of said subsection 1 of said section 30A of said chapter 151A, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out subparagraph (3) and inserting in p lace thereof the following 2 subparagraphs:- (3) There shall be a state “off” indicator for the purposes of this paragraph for weeks of unemployment if at any time the provisions of subparagraph (1) are not met or 100 per cent federal sharing is not avail able under section 4105 of the Families First Act, or any subsequent amendment to the Families First Act, or other federal law and the funding is sufficient to meet the requirements of this subparagraph, including, but not limited to, the federal Continued Assistance for Unemployed Workers Act of 2020. (4) With respect to determining whether the state is in an extended benefit period from November 1, 2020 to December 31, 2021, inclusive, the commonwealth shall disregard the requirement of paragraph (a) that no extended benefit period may begin before th e fourteenth week following the end of a prior extended benefit period which was in effect. SECTION 7. Section 50 of chapter 201 of the acts of 2020 is hereby amended by striking out the words “June 30” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- December 31. SECTION 8. Notwithstanding chapter 62C of the General Laws or any other general or special law to the contrary, in order to address disruptions caused by the outbreak of the 2019 novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, and the effects of the governor’s March 10, 2020 declaration of a state of emergency, for taxable year 2020, no tax penalty shall be imposed by the commissioner of revenue on a taxpayer solely for failure to remit taxes imposed by chapter 62 of the General Laws on unemploym ent compensation, as defined in section 85 of the Internal Revenue Code, received by a taxpayer during taxable year 2020 provided, however, that if such penalty has been assessed, it shall be abated by the commissioner of revenue in whole. SECTION 9. Not withstanding chapter 62C of the General Laws or any other general or special law to the contrary, all returns and payments for the 2020 calendar year that would be otherwise due on April 15, 2021 pursuant to subsection (a) of section 6 of said chapter 62C shall be due on May 17, 2021. SECTION 10. Notwithstanding section 14 of chapter 151A of the General Laws, for calendar years 2021 and 2022, the experience rate of an employer qualifying under subsection (b) of said section 14 of said chapter 151A shall be the rate which appears in column “E” of paragraph (1) of subsection (i) of said section 14 of said chapter 151A. SECTION 11. Notwithstanding any federal interest charges for necessary federal advances, the commissioner, as defined in subsection (e 1/2) o f section 1 of chapter 151A of the General Laws, may pursue any necessary federal advances to provide for timely payment of benefits. Nothing in this act shall contribute to or allow for a reduction in benefits including, but not limited to, the amount or length of benefits, pursuant to said chapter 151A. SECTION 12. Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, for the taxable year beginning January 1, 2020, the following items shall be deducted from federal gross income for the purpose of d etermining Massachusetts gross income under section 2 of chapter 62 of the General Laws: (i) an amount which, but for this section, would be included in the gross income, in whole or in part, of an eligible recipient, as described in subsection (a) of sect ion 1102 of the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, P.L. 116-136, because of the forgiveness described in subsection (b) of section 1106 of said federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, P.L. 116-136 (ii) an amoun t of an advance received pursuant to subsection (e) of section 1110 of said federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, P.L. 116-136 (iii) an amount of any payment described in subsection (c) of section 1112 of said federal Coronavirus Aid , Relief, and Economic Security Act, P.L. 116-136 and (iv) an amount of funding received pursuant to section 331 of the federal Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Nonprofits, and Venues Act, P.L. 116-260. SECTION 13. The following definitions sha ll apply to sections 13 to 17, inclusive, and shall have the following meanings unless the context clearly requires otherwise: “Child”, a biological, adopted or foster child, a stepchild or legal ward, a child to whom the employee stands in loco parentis or a person to whom the employee stood in loco parentis when the person was a minor child. “COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave”, paid time-off that is compensated by an employer, and with the same employment benefits to which the employee is entitled from such employer as a term of the employee’s employment, for the purposes described in subsection (b) of section 15 provided, however, that in no case shall the employee’s hourly compensation be less than that provided under section 1 of chapter 151 of the General Laws. “Domestic partner”, a person not less than 18 years of age who: (i) is dependent upon the employee for support as shown by either unilateral dependence or mutual interdependence that is evidenced by a nexus of factors including, but not limi ted to: (A) common ownership of real or personal property (B) common householding (C) children in common (D) signs of intent to marry (E) shared budgeting and (F) the length of the personal relationship with the employee or (ii) has registered as the domestic partner of the employee with any registry of domestic partnerships maintained by the employer of either party, or in any state, county, city, town or village in the United States. “Employee”, any person who performs services for an employer fo r wage, remuneration or other compensation, including employees employed by the commonwealth, its departments, sub-divisions, quasi-public agencies or a municipality, district, political subdivision or its instrumentalities provided, however, that notwith standing any general or special law to the contrary, “employee” shall include a family child care provider, as defined in subsection (a) of section 17 of chapter 15D of the General Laws, and a personal care attendant, as defined in section 70 of chapter 11 8E of the General Laws. “Employer”, any individual, corporation, partnership or other private or public entity, including any agent thereof, who engages the services of an employee for wages, remuneration or other compensation, including, but not limite d to, (i) the commonwealth, its departments, sub-divisions or quasi-public agencies or (ii) a municipality, district, political subdivision or its instrumentalities provided, however, that the United States government shall not be considered an “employer ” provided further, that an individual employer shall be determined by the federal employer identification number provided further, that the department of early education and care shall be deemed the employer of family child care providers, as defined in subsection (a) of section 17 of chapter 15D of the General Laws and provided further, that the PCA quality home care workforce council established in section 71 of chapter 118E of the General Laws shall be the employer of personal care attendants, as def ined in section 70 of said chapter 118E. “Employment benefits”, all benefits provided or made available to employees by an employer, including, but not limited to, group life insurance, health insurance, disability insurance, sick leave, annual or vacati on leave, educational benefits and pensions. “Family member”, the spouse, domestic partner, child, parent or parent of a spouse or domestic partner of the employee, a person who stood in loco parentis to the employee when such employee was a minor child o r a grandchild, grandparent or sibling of the employee. For the purposes of this definition, “person who stood in loco parentis” shall not include a person with whom the employee has no personal relationship. “Health care provider”, a health care professi onal licensed under chapter 112 of the General Laws or any other person licensed under federal or any state law to provide medical care or emergency medical services and authorized to provide such services in the commonwealth. “Parent”, a biological, adop tive, foster or step-parent of an employee or of an employee’s spouse or domestic partner, a legal guardian of an employee or other person who stood in loco parentis when the employee or employee’s spouse or domestic partner was a minor child. “Spouse”, a person who is married to the employee. “Telework”, a work flexibility arrangement under which an employee performs the duties and responsibilities of such employee's position, and other authorized activities, from an approved worksite other than the lo cation from which the employee would otherwise work. SECTION 14. There shall be established a fund known as the COVID-19 Emergency Paid Sick Leave Fund to be administered by the executive office for administration and finance, or any department or agency thereof designated by the executive office. The purpose of the fund shall be to reimburse eligible employers for providing employees with COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave. There shall be credited to the fund all amounts that are transferred or authorized to be transferred thereto or directed to be deposited therein, and all amounts received as gifts, grants or contributions for the purposes of the fund. Amounts credited to the fund shall not be subject to appropriation. Any money remaining in the fund as of September 30, 2021 and not subject to a filed employer reimbursement application under section 15, shall revert to the General Fund provided, however, that all money in the fund shall revert to the General Fund not later than November 1, 2021. SECTIO N 15. (a)(1) Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, as a result of the outbreak of the 2019 novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, as of the effective date of this section, an employer shall provide, subject to section 16, COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave to its employees pursuant to paragraph (3) who are absent from and are unable to work pursuant to subsection (b). (2) The executive office for administration and finance, or any department or agency thereof designated by the ex ecutive office, shall reimburse an employer from the COVID-19 Emergency Paid Sick Leave Fund, established in section 14, for the cost of providing COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave to an employee provided, however, that any qualified sick leave wages pai d by an employer that are eligible for the tax credit for paid sick and paid family and medical leave under the federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act, P.L. 116-127 or subsequent extensions, including the federal Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2 021 and the federal American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, shall not be eligible for reimbursement from said COVID-19 Emergency Paid Sick Leave Fund. (3) An employer shall provide the following amount of leave for an employee who takes COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave: (i) an employee who works 40 hours or more per week shall be provided 40 hours of COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave (ii) an employee who works less than 40 hours a week, but maintains a regular schedule with consistent hours per week, shall be provided COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave that is equal to the number of hours that such employee works per week, on average over a 14-day period of such regular schedule or (iii) for an employee whose schedule and weekly hours worked vary from week to week, such employee shall be provided COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave that: (A) is equal to the average number of hours t hat the employee was scheduled to work per week over the 6-month period immediately preceding the date on which such employee takes the COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave, including hours for which such employee took leave of any type or (B) if the employ ee did not work over such 6-month period, is equal to the reasonable expectation of the employee at the time of hiring of the average number of hours per week that the employee would normally be scheduled to work. (4) An employee eligible for COVID-19 eme rgency paid sick leave shall be eligible for leave that is compensated by the employer, while maintaining the same employment benefits to which the employee is entitled as a term of employment by an employer to an employee provided, however, that no emplo yee shall receive, and no employer shall be eligible for reimbursement for such employee, COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave in excess of$850 per week.

(5) An eligible employer who pays an employee for COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave shall be reimburs ed by the executive office for administration and finance, or any department or agency thereof, in consultation with the department of revenue, from the COVID-19 Emergency Paid Sick Leave Fund by submitting, in a form prescribed by the executive office for administration and finance, or any department or agency thereof designated by the executive office, an application as provided in paragraph (1) of subsection (e). The executive office, or any department or agency thereof, shall provide such reimbursements directly to eligible employers within 30 business days of the employer submitting the application.

(6) An employee’s COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave shall terminate at the beginning of the employee’s next scheduled work shift immediately following the termination of the need for COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave under subsection (b).

(b) An employer shall provide COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave to an employee for the following reasons related to the outbreak of the 2019 novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19:

(1) An employee’s need to: (i) self-isolate and care for oneself beca use of the employee’s COVID-19 diagnosis (ii) seek or obtain medical diagnosis, care or treatment for COVID-19 symptoms or (iii) obtain immunization related to COVID-19 or the employee is recovering from an injury, disability, illness or condition relate d to such immunization

(2) An employee’s need to care for a family member who: (i) is self-isolating due to a COVID-19 diagnosis or (ii) needs medical diagnosis, care or treatment for COVID-19 symptoms

(3) A quarantine order, or other determination b y a local, state or federal public official, a health authority having jurisdiction, the employee’s employer or a health care provider that the employee’s presence on the job or in the community would jeopardize the health of others because of the employee ’s exposure to COVID-19 or exhibiting of symptoms, regardless of whether the employee has been diagnosed with COVID-19

(4) An employee’s need to care for a family member due to a quarantine order, or other determination by a local, state or federal publi c official, a health authority having jurisdiction, the family member’s employer or a health care provider that the family member’s presence on the job or in the community would jeopardize the health of others because of the family member’s exposure to COV ID-19, regardless of whether the family member has been diagnosed with COVID-19 or

(5) An employee’s inability to telework because the employee has been diagnosed with COVID-19 and the symptoms inhibit the ability of the employee to telework.

(c)(1) COV ID-19 emergency paid sick leave provided by an employer may be reduced by the amount of wages or wage replacement that an employee receives for that period under any government program or law. COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave shall not be reduced by and shall be in addition to all job protected time off, paid and unpaid, that the employer is required provide to employees: (i) under section 148C of chapter 149 of the General Laws (ii) under any existing policy or program of the employer (iii) pursuant to a collectively bargained agreement between the employer and a collective bargaining representative of an employee or (iv) under federal law, to the extent permitted by that federal law provided, however, said COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave may be re duced if the aggregate amount an employee would receive would exceed the employee’s average weekly wage. An employer shall not require an employee to use other paid leave provided by the employer to the employee before the employee uses the COVID-19 emerge ncy paid sick leave, unless federal law requires otherwise.

(2) An employee may use COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave on an intermittent basis and in hourly increments.

(d) The employee shall provide notice to the employer of the need for COVID-19 emerg ency paid sick leave as soon as practicable or foreseeable. After the first workday an employee receives COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave, an employer may require the employee to follow reasonable notice procedures in order to continue receiving COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave. An employer shall not require, as a condition of an employee’s taking COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave, that the employee search for or find a replacement worker to cover the hours during which the employee is using COVID-19 e mergency paid sick leave.

(e)(1) Applications for reimbursements from an eligible employer from the COVID-19 Emergency Paid Sick Leave Fund shall be in a form prescribed by the executive office for administration and finance, or any department or agency t hereof designated by the executive office, and shall include, but not be limited to, a copy of a written request for COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave from the employee to the employer, in which the employee provides: (i) the employee’s name (ii) the dat e or dates for which leave is requested and taken (iii) a statement of the COVID-19 related reason the employee is requesting leave and written support for such reason and (iv) a statement that the employee is unable to work, including by means of telewo rk, for such reason.

In the case of a leave request based on a quarantine order or self-quarantine advice, the statement from the employee shall also include: (i) the name of the governmental entity ordering quarantine or the name of the health care prov ider advising self-quarantine and (ii) if the person subject to quarantine or advised to self-quarantine is not the employee, that person’s name and relation to the employee.

(2) Health information related to COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave possessed by an employer regarding an employee or employee’s family member shall: (i) be maintained on a separate form and in a separate file from other personnel information (ii) be treated as confidential medical records (iii) not be disclosed except to the affe cted employee or with the express permission of the affected employee and (iv) be kept confidential in accordance with any other state or federal law.

(f) It shall be unlawful for any employer to interfere with, restrain or deny an employee’s ability to take COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave, including, but not limited to, using an employee’s taking of COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave as a negative factor in any employment action, such as an evaluation, promotion, disciplinary action or termination, or otherwise subjecting an employee to discipline or taking any other adverse action against an employee for the use of COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave.

(g) It shall be unlawful for any employer to take any adverse action against an employee because the employee opposes practices believed to be in violation of this section, or because the employee supports the exercise of rights of another employee under this section, including, but not limited to: (i) filing an action, or instituting or causing to be ins tituted any proceeding under or related to this section (ii) providing or intending to provide any information in connection with any inquiry or proceeding related to this section or (iii) testifying or intending to testify in any inquiry or proceeding r elated to this section.

(h) Nothing in this section shall be construed to: (i) discourage employers, including the commonwealth, its departments, sub-divisions or quasi-public agencies or a municipality, district, political subdivision or its instrumenta lities from adopting or retaining job-protected paid time off policies that are more generous than policies set out in this section (ii) diminish or impair the obligation of an employer to comply with any contract, collective bargaining agreement or any e mployment benefit program or plan in effect on the effective date of this section that provides to employees greater job-protected paid time off rights than the rights established under this section or (iii) pre-empt the power of a municipality, district, political subdivision or its instrumentalities from adopting or retaining job-protected paid time off policies more generous than policies that comply with the requirements of this section.

Any employer with a separate COVID-19 sick leave policy who mak es available an amount of COVID-19 sick leave sufficient to meet the requirements of sections 14 to 16, inclusive, that may be used for the same purposes and under the same conditions as COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave under said sections 14 to 16, incl usive, shall not be required to provide additional COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave under said sections 14 to 16, inclusive.

(i) Not later than 7 days after the effective date of this section, the executive office of labor and workforce development, in consultation with the executive office for administration and finance, shall prepare and provide to employers notice of this section in English and in other languages required under clause (iii) of subsection (d) of section 62A of chapter 151A of the Gener al Laws. Employers shall post this notice in a conspicuous location accessible to employees in every establishment where employees with rights under this section work and shall provide a copy to their employees provided, however, that in cases where the e mployer does not maintain a physical workplace, or an employee teleworks or performs work through a web-based platform, notification shall be sent via electronic communication or a conspicuous posting in the web-based platform.

(j) The executive office o f labor and workforce development, in consultation with the executive office for administration and finance and the executive office of health and human services, shall develop and implement a multilingual outreach program to inform employers, employees an d health care providers about the availability of COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave.

(k) The executive office for administration and finance, or any department or agency thereof designated by the executive office, shall issue a report on the COVID-19 eme rgency paid sick leave program. The report shall include, but not be limited to: (i) aggregate information on the number of employees who were provided COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave (ii) the reason employees received COVID-19 emergency paid sick leav e (iii) the average amount paid to employees who were provided COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave (iv) the average length of COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave (v) the employers who received reimbursements from the COVID-19 Emergency Paid Sick Leave Fun d established in section 14 (vi) the average amount of each reimbursement of the employer and (vii) the total amount of reimbursements received by each employer. The report shall not include any identifying information of an individual employee. The repo rt shall be filed with the clerks of the house of representatives and the senate and the joint committee on labor and workforce development not later than January 1, 2022.

SECTION 16. COVID-19 emergency paid sick leave shall be available to an employee un der section 15 until: (i) money in the COVID-19 Emergency Paid Sick Leave Fund established in section 14 is no longer available (ii) notification from the executive office for administration and finance, or any department or agency thereof designated by t he executive office, to employers that it reasonably anticipates funds will no longer be available for reimbursement or (iii) September 30, 2021, whichever first occurs.

SECTION 17. The executive office for administration and finance, or any department or agency thereof designated by the executive office, may promulgate regulations necessary for the implementation of sections 13 to 16, inclusive.

SECTION 18. Words used in this section and sections 19 to 21 inclusive, shall have the same meaning as in se ction 1 of chapter 151A of the General Laws provided, that the following words shall, unless the context clearly requires otherwise, have the following meanings:

“Bond”, any type of special obligation bond, including a bond, note, certificate or other in strument, or series thereof, issued by the commonwealth for the purposes set forth under this act.

“Bond administrative expenses”, expenses incurred to issue and administer bonds authorized under this act, or as otherwise necessary to ensure compliance wi th applicable federal or state law.

“Federal advances”, loans issued by the federal government to the commonwealth for the payment of compensation under Title XII of the federal Social Security Act or other federal law.

SECTION 19. (a) When authorized by a vote taken in the manner provided by section 3 of Article LXII of the Amendments to the Constitution of the Commonwealth, the state treasurer, upon request of the governor, may issue special obligation bonds in 1 or more series and in principal amounts necessary or estimated to be necessary to:

(i) reduce the amount of, or avoid the need to obtain, a federal advance from the federal government

(ii) repay federal advances made to the commonwealth from the federal unemployment account for the fiscal ye ars 2020 to 2025, inclusive

(iii) repay prior years’ interest and other related costs on federal advances for the fiscal years 2020 to 2025, inclusive, to the extent not paid pursuant to section 14J1/2 of chapter 151A of the General Laws

(iv) fund any reserve account, costs of issuance, capitalized interest, if any, and the initial bond administrative expenses and

(v) refund outstanding bonds or notes secured by the Special Contribution Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund established b y section 21.

(b) The bonds authorized pursuant to this section may be issued by the state treasurer upon a request by the governor and shall state the amount required for the purposes pursuant to subsection (a) and the date or dates upon which such funds are required, and such other matters as the secretary of labor and workforce development and the secretary of administration and finance shall determine as appropriate under such request, consistent with carrying out the purposes of this section. Such req uest may be filed with the state treasurer only after the secretary of labor and workforce development and the secretary of administration and finance send a letter to the governor recommending the issuance of revenue bonds.

(c) Any such bonds shall be sp ecial obligations of the commonwealth payable solely from monies credited to the Special Contribution Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund established in section 21 provided, however, that notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, such b onds shall not be general obligations of the commonwealth. Bonds may be issued in such manner and on such terms and conditions as the state treasurer may determine in accordance with this subsection and, to the extent not inconsistent with this subsection, the General Laws for the issuance of bonds of the commonwealth. Bonds may be secured by a trust agreement entered into by the state treasurer, with the concurrence of the secretary of labor and workforce development and the secretary of administration and finance, on behalf of the commonwealth, and the trust agreement may pledge or assign all or any part of the amounts on deposit in the Special Contribution Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund and rights to receive the same, whether existing or coming into existence and whether held or thereafter acquired, and the proceeds thereof. The state treasurer may, with the concurrence of the secretary of labor and workforce development and the secretary of administration and finance, enter into additional security, insurance or other forms of credit enhancement, which may be secured on a parity or subordinate basis with the bonds. A pledge in any such trust agreement or credit enhancement agreement shall be valid and binding from the time such pledge shall be made w ithout any physical delivery or further act, and the lien of such pledge shall be valid and binding against all parties having claims of any kind in tort, contract or otherwise, whether such parties have notice thereof or not. Any such pledge shall be perf ected by filing of the trust agreement or credit enhancement agreement in the records of the state treasurer and no filing shall be required under chapter 106 of the General Laws. Any such trust agreement or credit enhancement agreement may establish provi sions defining defaults and establishing remedies and other matters relating to the rights and security of the holders of the bonds or other secured parties as determined by the state treasurer, including provisions relating to the establishment of reserve s, the issuance of additional or refunding bonds, whether or not secured on a parity basis, the application of receipts, monies or funds pledged pursuant to such agreement, the regulation of the custody, investment and application of monies and such other matters deemed necessary or desirable by the state treasurer for the security of such bonds.

(d) The state treasurer may also provide for issuance of temporary notes in anticipation of bonds, grants, revenues or appropriations. The issuance of the notes shall be governed by this section relating to the issuance of bonds. The state treasurer may also issue refunding bonds for the purpose of paying any bonds at or before maturity, as provided for and permitted by the terms of a trust agreement. The principa l amount of bonds for the payment or redemption of which, either at or before maturity, refunding bonds shall have been issued, shall be excluded from the aggregate principal amount of bonds issued under this chapter for purposes of computing the limit on outstanding bonds under this section.

(e) Bonds and notes issued by the commonwealth, their transfer and income therefrom, including any profit made on the sale thereof, shall at all times be free from taxation within the commonwealth. In connection with the issuance of bonds and notes of the commonwealth which are intended to qualify for tax exemption under the federal Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, and to induce the purchase of such bonds and notes, the state treasurer may covenant on behalf of the commonwealth with the purchasers or with the holders from time to time of such bonds or notes or with a trustee or trustees for the benefit of such holders with respect to compliance with the requirements of said Internal Revenue Code relative to su ch tax exemption, including without limitation compliance with provisions relating to the use of proceeds by private parties, the investment of proceeds and the payment of rebate, so-called, to the federal government. Any such covenant may appear on the bo nds or notes or may be included in a separate trust agreement.

(f) In order to increase the marketability of any such bonds or notes issued by the commonwealth, the commonwealth covenants with the purchasers and all subsequent owners and transferees of bo nds and notes issued by the state treasurer pursuant to this section in consideration of the acceptance of the payment for the bonds and notes, until such bonds and notes, together with the interest thereon, with interest on any unpaid installment of inter est and all costs and expenses in connection with any action or proceeding on behalf of such owners, are duly met and discharged or unless expressly permitted or otherwise authorized by the term of each contract and agreement made or entered into by or on behalf of the commonwealth with or for the benefit of such owners: (i) no pledged funds shall be diverted from the Special Contribution Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund and (ii) so long as the sums are necessary, as determined by the state treasurer i n accordance with any applicable trust or security agreement or credit enhancement agreement or insurance policy related to bonds or notes issued by the state treasurer, for the purposes for which they have been pledged, notwithstanding any general or spec ial law to the contrary, the commonwealth will impose, charge, raise, levy, collect and apply the assessment set forth in section 20 and other revenues, receipts, funds or moneys pledged in an amount sufficient to pay all principal or redemption premium of and interest on the bonds and notes and any other obligation due relating to such bonds and notes and comply with the covenants set forth in the trust agreement providing for such bonds and notes.

SECTION 20. (a) For any year in which bonds or notes issu ed pursuant to section 19 are outstanding, an employer entitled to an experience rate under section 14 of chapter 151A of the General Laws shall be subject to, shall be assessed and shall pay an unemployment obligation assessment.

(b) Annually, the commi ssioner shall set the unemployment obligation assessment rate at an amount sufficient to ensure timely payment of all of the following:

(i) principal, interest and any redemption premium on the bonds or notes

(ii) administrative expenses, credit enhan cement fees and other fees, if any, in connection with issuing the bonds or notes

(iii) all other amounts required to be maintained and paid under the terms of applicable trust agreements or credit enhancement agreements and

(iv) amounts necessary to e stablish the ratings on the obligations that are assigned by a nationally recognized rating service at a level determined by the treasurer in the state treasurer’s sole discretion.

(c) The rate shall be based on a formula prescribed by rules set forth by the commissioner, using the employer’s experience rate. The unemployment obligation assessment rate shall apply to the same wage base to which the employer’s unemployment tax applies for the applicable period.

(d) Not less than 30 days following the annu al setting of the unemployment obligation assessment rate, the commissioner shall provide written notice to the house and senate committees on ways and means and the joint committee on labor and workforce development. The notice shall include, but not be l imited to: (i) the assessment rate (ii) a description of the formula on which the assessment rate was based and (iii) the amounts of any outstanding payments associated with bonds issued pursuant to section 19, including the amounts described in clauses (i) to (iv), inclusive, of subsection (b).

(e) The unemployment obligation assessment shall be due at the same time, collected in the same manner and subject to the same penalties and interest as other contributions assessed under said section 14 of said chapter 151A.

(f) The unemployment obligat ion assessment shall be credited to the Special Contribution Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund established pursuant to section 21. Receipts from the assessment shall not be subject to the allowable state tax revenue limitations established by chapter 62 F of the General Laws.

SECTION 21. (a) There is hereby established on the books of the commonwealth a fund to be known as the Special Contribution Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund. Said fund shall be administered by the secretary of labor and workforc e development, with the approval of the secretary of administration and finance.

(b) All costs related to the organization, establishment and operation of the fund and all costs related to the establishment of billing, payment and collection procedures fo r amounts received from employers in payment of the unemployment obligation assessment established by section 20, to the extent not payable under the trust agreement for bonds issued under section 19, may be paid from other amounts available under chapter 151A of the General Laws when made available thereunder for such purpose.

(c) Amounts in the fund shall be held by the secretary of labor and workforce development or the secretary’s designee, as trustee and not on account of the commonwealth, exclusively for the purposes set forth in section 19, and the secretary of labor and workforce development shall disburse amounts in the fund to a trustee under a trust agreement as set forth in said section 19, without further appropriation. All amounts in the fund, including investment earnings, shall be available for expenditure for any lawful purpose, including without limitation payment of debt service on bonds or notes issued by the state treasurer, and may be pledged to secure special obligation bonds in such m anner and according to such priority as set forth in said section 19 or a trust agreement established for such purpose.

(d) In order to increase the marketability of any bonds or notes of the trust which may be secured by or payable from amounts held in t he fund, the sums to be credited to the fund are hereby impressed with a trust for the benefit of the trust and the holders from time to time of the bonds or notes, and in consideration of the acceptance of payment for the bonds or notes, the commonwealth covenants with the purchasers and all subsequent holders and transferees of the bonds or notes that while the bond or note shall remain outstanding, and so long as the principal of or interest on the bond or note shall remain unpaid, the sums to be credite d to the fund shall not be diverted from the control of the trust and, so long as the sums are necessary, as determined by the state treasurer in accordance with any applicable trust or security agreement or credit enhancement agreement or insurance policy related to bonds or notes issued by the state treasurer, for the purposes for which they have been pledged, notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, the commonwealth will impose, charge, raise, levy, collect and apply the unemployment o bligation assessment set forth in section 20 and other revenues, receipts, funds or moneys pledged in an amount sufficient to pay all principal or redemption premium of and interest on the bonds and notes and any other obligation due relating to such bonds and notes and comply with the covenants set forth in the trust agreement providing for such bonds and notes.

SECTION 22. Not later than 10 days after the effective date of this act, the secretary of administration and finance shall direct the comptroller to transfer $75,000,000 from federal funds received by the commonwealth in response to the public health emergency caused by COVID-19, if any, available and consistent with federal funding requirements to the COVID-19 Emergency Paid Sick Leave Fund establ ished in section 14 provided, however, that if the secretary of administration and finance certifies to the comptroller that no such funds are available, the comptroller shall transfer$75,000,000 from the General Fund to the COVID-19 Emergency Paid Sick Leave Fund.

SECTION 23. To meet the expenditures necessary in carrying out section 2, the state treasurer shall, upon request of the governor, issue and sell bonds of the commonwealth in an amount to be specified by the governor from time to time but not exceeding, in an aggregate principal amount, $7,000,000,000. All such bonds issued by the commonwealth shall be designated on their face, the Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund Solvency Act of 2021, and shall be issued for a maximum term of years, not excee ding 20 years, as the governor may recommend to the general court under section 3 of Article LXII of the Amendments to the Constitution of the Commonwealth. All such bonds shall be payable not later than June 30, 2046. All interest and payments on account of principal on these bonds and notes shall be payable from the Special Contribution Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund established pursuant to section 21. Bonds and interest thereon issued under this section shall, notwithstanding any provision of the G eneral Laws or this act, be special obligations of the commonwealth payable solely in accordance with the provisions of said section 21. Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, bonds and notes issued under this act and interest thereon shall not be included in the computation of outstanding bonds for purposes of the limit imposed by the second paragraph of section 60A of chapter 29 of the General Laws, nor shall debt service with respect to these bonds and notes be included in the comput ation of the limit imposed by section 60B of said chapter 29. SECTION 24. The department of family and medical leave shall conduct an analysis on the expansion of the family and medical leave program established by chapter 175M of the General Laws to pro vide coverage for future communicable illnesses related to a public health emergency. Such analysis shall include, but not be limited to: (i) an examination of the costs and benefits of providing coverage under such program, including, but not limited to, public health and economic benefits (ii) the impact of providing benefits under such program on other safety net programs used during the COVID-19 pandemic to provide financial assistance to employees, including, but not limited to, unemployment insurance and (iii) the potential impact of providing coverage for communicable illnesses related to a public health emergency on contributions to the Family and Employment Security Trust Fund established in section 7 of said chapter 175M. The department shall iss ue a report with its findings, including any legislative recommendations, if any, to the clerks of the house and the senate and the joint committee on labor and workforce development not later than December 31, 2022. SECTION 25. (a) There shall be a speci al commission established pursuant to section 2A of chapter 4 of the General Laws to study and develop recommendations on the solvency of the unemployment trust fund established in section 14F of chapter 151A of the General Laws. The commission shall consi st of the following 21 members: the chairs of the joint committee on labor and workforce development, who shall serve as co-chairs 1 member appointed by the minority leader of the house of representatives 1 member appointed by the minority leader of the senate the secretary of labor and workforce development or a designee the director of unemployment assistance or a designee 1 member appointed by the Massachusetts State Labor Council, AFL- CIO 1 member appointed by the Associated Industries of Massachu setts, Inc. 1 member appointed by the Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation representing unemployed workers 1 member appointed by the Alliance for Business Leadership, Inc. 1 member appointed by the National Federation of Independent Business Massa chusetts 1 member appointed by the Union of Minority Neighborhoods, Inc. 1 member appointed by the Massachusetts Restaurant Association, Inc. 1 member appointed by the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts, Inc. 1 member appointed by the Greater Bost on Chamber of Commerce 1 member appointed by the Massachusetts Building Trades Council 1 member appointed by the Massachusetts Competitive Partnership 1 member appointed by Greater Boston Legal Services Employment Unit 1 member appointed by the Massach usetts Taxpayers Foundation, Inc. 1 member appointed by the Tufts University Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life Center for State Policy Analysis and 1 member appointed by the Retailers Association of Massachusetts, Inc. (b) The commission shall stu dy the long-term solvency of the unemployment trust fund, including, but not limited to: (i) evaluating whether changes are necessary to the experience rating system in order to promote solvency and reduce the tax impact on small businesses (ii) examining increasing or indexing the taxable wage base under section 14 of said chapter 151A (iii) examining the industry specific impacts of changes to the unemployment tax rate (iv) reviewing solvency efforts in other state unemployment tax systems and (v) det ermining what changes are necessary to benefit from federal tax credits and federal interest-free borrowing under the Federal Unemployment Tax Act, 26 U.S.C. §§ 3301-3305. The report by the commission shall include recommendations to promote the long-term solvency of the trust fund and meet solvency criteria required by the United States Department of Labor under the Federal Unemployment Tax Act, 26 U.S.C. § 3301-3305, and the Social Security Act, 42 U.S.C. §§ 1321-1324 and applicable regulations and guidan ce. (c) The commission shall hold at least 1 public hearing and may hold additional hearings as necessary at which members of the public shall have an opportunity to speak. (d) Not later than December 15, 2021, the commission shall file a report on its f indings and recommendations with the clerks of the house of representatives and the senate, the joint committee on labor and workforce development and the house and senate committees on ways and means. SECTION 26. (a) As used in this section, “unemploymen t compensation”, shall, unless the context clearly requires otherwise, mean unemployment compensation as defined under section 85 of the federal Internal Revenue Code, including, but not limited to, benefits received under chapter 151A of the General Laws, or other unemployment compensation authorized by federal law including, but not limited to, the federal Federal-State Extended Unemployment Compensation Act of 1970, the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act of 2020, the federal Contin ued Assistance for Unemployed Workers Act of 2020, the federal Lost Wages Assistance program or any amendments to those acts. (b) Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, for taxable years beginning on January 1, 2020 and January 1, 2021, any amount, up to$10,200, of unemployment compensation that is included in a taxpayer’s federal gross income, as defined i n section 1 of chapter 62 of the General Laws, shall be deducted from said federal gross income for the purpose of determining Massachusetts gross income under section 2 of chapter 62 of the General Laws if the taxpayer’s household income is not more than 200 per cent of the federal poverty level as calculated by the United States Department of Health and Human Services. For the purpose of this subsection, “household income” shall be determined without regard to this section.

(c) The department of unemploy ment assistance, in conjunction with the department of revenue, shall establish a public information and education campaign to notify taxpayers of the income exclusion for unemployment compensation for tax years 2020 and 2021 established by subsection (b) and the tax penalty relief provided in section 8 provided, however, that the campaign shall include: (i) a multilingual notice of the availability of such unemployment compensation exclusion (ii) a description of, and the eligibility criteria for, the ex clusion under said subsection (b) and (iii) targeted and direct outreach to individuals who have received, or are receiving, unemployment compensation. The department of unemployment assistance and the department of revenue shall publish such information on their respective websites in a conspicuous manner and location and shall be available in multiple languages as determined by the department of unemployment assistance.

SECTION 27. Section 3 is hereby repealed.

SECTION 28. Section 8 is hereby repealed.

SECTION 29. Sections 13 to 17, inclusive, shall take effect 10 days after the effective date of this act.

SHARON Andrews

Dr Sharon Andrews is a Senior Lecturer in Nursing in the School, University of Tasmania. Her research and teaching interests span ageing, dementia, palliative care, pain management, evidence-base nursing, participatory action research, critical social theory and behaviour change theory. She is a Registered Nurse, experienced researcher and academic (RN, BN, Hons, PhD). She has 20 years’ clinical experience of working in the aged care sector and 15 years’ experience in the design and conduct of participatory and translational research. Sharon is a National Health and Medical Research Council, Translating Research into Practice Fellow and a Research Fellow with the Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre UTAS. Dr Andrews has collaborated on research projects totaling over A \$2.7million and has and has an international reputation for research into evidence-based care for people with dementia, across areas of pain and palliative care. Dr Andrews has 20 peer reviewed
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Story-Telling Competition: A YEP Asia Pacific Region Project
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Committee: DY Suharya, Regional Director, Asia Pacific – ADI
Chris Humphrey, A + E Networks (UK/Singapore) – Project Lead
Dr Sharon Andrews, University Tasmania (Australia)
Owen McNeir, Remarkable Lives (UK)
Dishen Kumar, Health Matters – astroAWANI (Malaysia)

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DY Suharya

Regional Director,

DY is the Regional Director of Alzheimer’s Disease International Asia Pacific Region and Founder of Alzheimer Indonesia, an NGO that works toward greater Dementia Alzheimer awareness and risk reduction in Indonesia. DY holds a Master of Public Health (MPH) from Curtin University Perth, Australia, a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Ohio State University, USA and a Diploma in English Literature from the University of Indonesia.

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Saturday, 21 March '09, 2:00pm At Rumah Alzheimer's PJ - Awareness Talk "Dementia/Alzheimer's Disease" By Dr Yau Weng Keong, Consultant Physician & Geriatrician of Hospital Kuala Lumpur

In conjunction with our monthly gathering in March, the KL-PJ Alzheimer&rsquos Caregivers Support Group Committee is organizing an Awareness Talk on &ldquoDementia/Alzheimer&rsquos Disease&rsquo by Dr Yau Weng Keong from the ADFM Medical Panel.

Day/Date: Saturday, 21 March 2009
Time: 2:00pm
Venue: Rumah Alzheimer&rsquos (PJ Day Care Centre), No. 6, Lorong 11/8E, Section 11, 46200 Petaling Jaya.

DR YAU WENG KEONG , a Consultant Physician & Geriatrician, obtained his basic medical degree from USM in 1990 and MRCP (UK) in 1996. After obtaining his MRCP, he specialized in Geriatric Medicine in Stobhill, Glasgow, UK..

Since then, Dr Yau had been attached to the Aged and Palliative Care in Adelaide (1997), Geriatric Department of Tan Tock Seng Hospital (2000), Dover Park Hospice and Hospice Care Association in Singapore (2000) and worked as a Physician and Geriatrician since 1997 and heading the only Geriatric Unit in MOH.

Dr Yau is currently a Consultant Physician and Geriatrician with the Geriatric Unit, Department of Medicine, Hospital Kuala Lumpur. He started the Post Basic Gerontology Nursing and was instrumental in helping UPM to set up their &ldquoHealth Care for the Elderly&rdquo Undergraduate Programme. In the MOH, he is actively involved in the health programmes for elderly people, conducting regular CME and workshops pertaining to elderly and dementia care Public Health lectures in UKM and the Memory Clinic in Seremban once a week,

For Refreshments purpose and confirm your attendance, kindly call:
ADFM Secretariat, Katherine/Janet at Tel: 603 &ndash 7956 2008 / 7958 3008 OR Email to: [email protected]

OR you can register online with the ADFM National Alzheimer&rsquos Caregivers Online Network (NACON) at: [email protected]

"See all of you on 21 March ཅ at 2:00pm, Rumah Alzheimer's, PJ Day Care Centre"