The actual test paper has 50 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections: 15 questions in section I, 15 in section II and 20 in section III.

Section – I (Mental Ability) : Sets, Relations and Functions, Mathematical Induction, Logarithms, Complex Numbers & Quadratic Equations, Linear Inequations, Differentiation, Sequences and Series (A.P. & G.P. Misc.), Trigonometry, Cartesian System of Rectangular Coordinates, Straight Lines and Family of Straight Lines, Circles, Conic Section, Trigonometry, Permutations and Combinations, Binomial Theorem, Statistics, Mathematical Logic, Limits, Probability, Introduction to 3-D Geometry. Section – II (Logical and Analytical Reasoning) : Verbal and Non-verbal Reasoning. Section – III (Computers and IT) : History, Generation and Types of Computers, Working with OS, Input, Output & Memory Devices, Data Representation, Basics of IT, Internet Services and Protocols, Introduction to XML, Networking, Viruses and Antiviruses, Introduction to C++ till Data Structures. The actual test paper has 50 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 2 sections: 20 questions in section I and 30 in section II. SYLLABUS Section I (Mathematics) : Sets, Relations and Functions, Mathematical Induction, Logarithms, Complex Numbers & Quadratic Equations, Linear Inequations, Differentiation, Sequences and Series (A.P. & G.P. Misc.), Trigonometry, Cartesian System of Rectangular Coordinates, Straight Lines and Family of Straight Lines, Circles, Conic Section, Trigonometry, Permutations and Combinations, Binomial Theorem, Statistics, Mathematical Logic, Limits, Probability, Introduction to 3-D Geometry, Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning. OR Section I (Biology) : Diversity in the Living World, Structural Organisation in Plants and Animals, Cell : Structure and Functions, Plant Physiology, Human Physiology. Section II (Physics & Chemistry) : Physics: Units & Measurements, Mechanics, Properties of Matter, Heat &...

...SupplyCo. should have a code of conduct/ethics in place; this will help to ensure the best decision is made. SupplyCo. cannot just consider their own personal gain, instead they must consider the implications to all parties involved.
Faith Integration - Group 1
Eric Day, Aleah Hawkins, Jennifer Moore and Melissa Thomas
BUSI644-D01: Human Resource Development
Liberty University
Dr. Daniel Gilbert
May 5, 2014
HRD Relevance to Scripture
Scripture teaches in 2 Timothy 3:16 (New American Standard Bible) that all scripture is God-breathed and useful to teach, rebuke, correct, and train. Christians know that scripture can be applied in every aspect of life, including business practices. Areas of business discussed throughout this paper where scripture can be applied are: employee socialization and orientation, coaching and performance management, counseling, and acceptance of diversity.
On-Boarding: Employee Socialization and Orientation
According to Werner and DeSimone (2012), there is an abundant amount of information that a new employee will need to learn in their orientation, as well as adapting to new behaviors that are in place in the organizations environment. Adapting to change and gaining a new perspective from being inducted as a new employee can compare to someone who has accepted Christ. Anticipation of what to expect and interaction between a new employee and other organization members is the driving force behind socialization in the...

...Functional Skills Mathematics Level 2 sample assessment
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Assessment date (DDMMYYYY) Length of assessment: 1 hour 30 minutes
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You should have the following for this assessment • • • • • • • a pen with black or blue ink a pencil and eraser a 30cm ruler graph paper a calculator a protractor. You may use a dictionary.
General instructions • There are 3 tasks to complete. • Each task is worth 20 marks • You should spend an equal amount of time on each task. • Read through each task carefully. • Show your working out. You may get marks for it. • Check your calculations. • Remember to put units on your answers. • Write all working out and answers in this booklet.
Task 1
Electricity bill
There are 20 marks available for this task. Introduction This task is about choosing an electricity supplier. You share a house with three other people. You buy electricity from a company called thriftyfuel.
thriftyfuel are going to increase their prices by 12%.
You have to • • 1A Here are the prices from five suppliers. Supplier
POWER4U E-city
WEST POWER WEST POWER WEST POWER
decide which electricity supplier to use work out how much each person owes for the last...

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SENIOR SECTION: GRADES 10, 11 AND 12 19 March 2012 Time: 60 minutes Number of questions: 20
Instructions 1. This is a multiple choice question paper. Each question is followed by answers marked A, B, C, D and E. Only one of these is correct. 2. Scoring rules: 2.1. Each correct answer is worth 5 marks. 2.2. There is no penalty for an incorrect answer or any unanswered question. 3. You must use an HB pencil. Rough work paper, a ruler and an eraser are permitted. Calculators and geometry instruments are not permitted. 4. Figures are not necessarily drawn to scale. 5. Indicate your answers on the sheet provided. 6. Start when the invigilator tells you to do so. 7. Answers and solutions will be available at www.samf.ac.za
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1. As a decimal number 6.28% is equal to (A) 0.0628 (B) 0.628 (C) 6.28 (D) 62.8 (E) 628
2. The value of 1 +
1 3+ 1 2 7 6
is
(A)
6 5
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9 2
(D)
6 7
(E)
9 7
3. The tens digit of the product 1 × 2 × 3 × · · · × 98 × 99 is (A) 0 (B) 1 (C) 2 (D)...

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...CLASS IX SCIENCE (THEORY) SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT TERM II SAMPLEPAPER I Time: 3 hours General Instructions: i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) ix) The question paper comprises of two sections, A and B, you are to attempt both the sections. All questions are compulsory. There is no overall choice. However, internal choice has been provided in all the three questions of five marks category. Only one option in such questions is to be attempted. All questions of section A and all questions of section B are to be attempted separately. Question numbers1 to 4 in section A are one mark question. These are to be answered in one word or one sentence. Questions numbers 5 to 13 are two marks questions, to be answered in about 30 words. Question numbers 14 to 22 are three marks questions, to be answered in about 50 words. Question numbers 23 to 25 are five marks questions, to be answered in about 70 marks. Question numbers 26 to 41 in section B are multiple choice questions are based on practical skills. Each question is a one mark question. You are to choose one most appropriate response out of the four provided to you. SECTION A 1. Give one example where kinetic energy is transferred from one object to other. 2. A battery lights a bulb. Suggest the possible energy changes involved in the lighting process. 3. What are the different states in which water is found during the water cycle? M.M.: 80
4. List any two human activities that lead to an...

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Begin your paper following a few simple APA rules, pages 228-231. Always include a title page with the required information, including a running head and page numbers beginning with Arabic 1, which will be seen on all subsequent pages.
Begin your paper by indenting paragraph. Notice everything is double-spaced. No more, no less. Also, notice that my font is the same everywhere, 12 pt and Times New Roman or Arial only. No bold, no underline, etc. If you use headings within your paper you will need to follow APA for that. If you only use one level of headings, you will follow the following format.
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The APA manual, 6th edition, should be purchased and followed for every paper. If you use more than one level of heading, see page 62. If you use seriations, see pages 63-64 for rules on bulleted and numbered lists. There are rules for numbers—when to spell out and when not to spell out. Punctuation rules, capitalization rules, hyphenation rules, and most everything else can be found. Do not forget to follow format for citations, pages 169-179, and reference page, pages 37, 49-51, and 180-192. On the reference page, do not forget that hanging indents should be used, double-spacing continued, and references must be listed in alphabetical order. In addition, please...

...Graduate Diploma in Systems Analysis
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Use Case : Update Employee Profile
EmployListUI
A list of all employees will be displayed
in the gridbox. Only one employee can
be selected at any one time.
“Details…” button will be greyed out when no
employee is selected. When clicked it will pop up an
display the modal window EmployeeDetailsUI.
“Delete” button will be greyed out when no employee is
selected. When clicked it will pop up an alert(Yes/No) window
informing the user that the highlighted employee will be
deleted from the system and check if the user (adminstrator)
wants to proceed. If “Yes” proceed to delete the highlighted
employee and remove employee from gridbox. If “no” to close
Alert window.
“Add New” button when clicked will display the modal window
EmployeeDetailsUI.
SA Semester 2 Examination 2013/2014 (SamplePaper 1 – Appendix B)
Graduate Diploma in...

...Midterm Essay
Tort Law
Torts and Defenses
FACTS:
Teenage Son has borrowed parent’s car one evening. First, he dropped by his girlfriend's house to pick her up but once there met with considerable resistance from her parents. Her father stood menacingly in front of the car as your son started the engine, and your son, not one to be intimidated, yelled out the window that he would run over her father if he did not get out of the way. The father, who doggedly stood his ground until the last possible moment, barely escaped injury when he finally jumped aside.
Unbeknownst to either your son or his girlfriend, her younger brother had crawled into the back of the car during the fracas with the father. Once your son pulled out of the driveway, the little boy screamed to be released from the car. Your son, who harbored some latent hostility toward the little brother, took great delight in holding him captive for several miles before letting him out of the car to walk home.
Next, the twosome headed to a remote place in the country to enjoy a little privacy. Deeply involved in professing their love for each other, neither noticed the approach of a man brandishing a gun. The man punctuated each demand to get off his land by firing a shot in the air. Thoroughly frightened, the two lovers beat a hasty retreat but, with one last act of bravado, your son took aim at a sign on the man's property and obliterated it with the car. Later, as an afterthought, your son casually...