Introduction
This study is based on the paper “In all probability, Probability is not all” written by Danny Helman (2004). This paper is about how much probability theory can be applied in a popular game of lottery. It is believed that since the lottery is a game of chance, no strategy can be of any use. Burger (1991) says that the lottery is a situation where no control is possible. It is a situation where outcomes are chance determined. The paper investigates whether the statement that chance determined means no control is possible is true or not. Application of the probability in uncertainty

This paper examine whether choosing a number by the player worthless. That is, ticket buyers who choose their own numbers means, simply generating their own random numbers or he is really increasing the probability. This paper categorically proves that uncertainty does not imply a blind situation. If we assume the randomness of the drawing mechanism, it is true that every combination of numbers have the same chance to come up. This means that, drawing one’s own numbers won’t increase the chance of winning but may increase the expected value. If the winning number is chosen by many people, the prize has to divide among many people. It is true that people may select ‘popular numbers’ very often than ‘unpopular numbers’. For example, 11111 is a popular number and there may be many bets on that number than some other unpopular numbers. In the case of a win in a popular number, the price has to be divided among many and hence in terms of probability and expectation, the expected price will be small for such numbers. Hence, the paper advices the players to wisely differentiate themselves from fellow ticket buyers in the selection of lottery numbers so that, in the case of a win, they can enjoy the larger slice of the price. As an example, this paper considers the study Haigh, J (1997), that the most popular lottery number...

... Complete answers showing detail both in the tasks and the KSAOs (type, proficiency, etc).
This assignment is worth 10 points.
May 4, 2015
Job Analysis Matrix: Commercial Lines Underwriter
Job Summary
The commercial lines underwriter is responsible for underwriting and maintaining the organization’s business, residential, and religious organization policies. They determine acceptance, rejection, coverage, acceptability, and coverage changes. Their analysis is based upon risk, guidelines, and other criteria.
Specific Tasks
1. Evaluates compliance with established policies by determining if an applicant is eligible for insurance coverage.
A. Task Dimension: Analysis
KSAOs
Importance to Tasks (1-5 Rating)
1. Knowledge of underwriting operations.
4.9
2. Knowledge of underwriting and state-specific practices.
4.1
3. Ability to match policy rating with office guidelines.
4.0
4. Ability to read and interpret laws and guidelines.
5.0
5. Skill in determining acceptable and non-acceptable risks.
5.0
6. Ability to interpret and implement loss-control guidelines.
4.4
2. Supports underwriting practices for enterprise locations by formulating policies for the underwriting process.
A. Task Dimension: Analysis
B. Task Dimension: Calculations
KSAOs
Importance to Tasks (1-5 Rating)
1. Knowledge of underwriting operations.
4.9
2. Knowledge of underwriting and state-specific practices.
4.1
3. Ability to match policy rating with office...

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China and India
BUS 330 Principles of Marketing
Instructor: Cynthia Goussak
March 17, 2014
Video game consoles have continued to dominate the youth market not only in the United States but overseas as well. With three primary focuses, Playstation, Xbox and the Wii, game consoles have invaded households worldwide. Although Microsoft’s Xbox is has enjoyed owning the the market share as the top dog for the last several years with its first and second generation platforms, Sony’s Playstation 4 has seen record sales across the United States and Canada and over the last quarter has taken the lead with its next generation console, selling its five millionth console as of February 18, 2014, according to Richi Jennings of ComputerWorld magazine. With news that gaming consoles are in high demand, the development of next generation games is important to keep up with the supply and demand of fantastic games. This is why my choice product is a sim-game which markets to both China and India called, “The Early Empire.”
Simulation games (sim-game) focus on the management and development of environments rather than a character. The sim-game brings to life the ability for the gamer to become apart of the game. With “The Early Empire,” our marketing strategy would be to appeal to the youths of both China and India with a concentration to the historical history of their country.
By putting the youth in charge of their country and running their...

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Copyright Basics
This video is about copyright basics. After watching this informational video I come to this point A copyright keep a fictional musical, theatrical, choreographic, pictorial or graphic, audiovisual, or architectural work or a sound recording, from being replicate without the consent of the copyright owner. The copyright in a work borders originally in the author’s of the work. The author may relocate the copyright to any other party if they decide to do so. Only due to definite confines, the proprietor of a copyright has the sole right to approve replica of the work, formation of a work resulting from the work, allocation of copies of the work, or community show of the work.
Copyright is a lawful idea, endorse by most governments, giving the maker of an original work restricted to it, typically for an imperfect time. Usually, it is the accurate to copy, but also gives the exclusive rights holder to be accredited for the work, to decide who may acclimatize the work to other appearance, which may perform the work, it is an intellectual possessions form like the brand or patent appropriate to any expressible appearance of idea that is separate.
Copyright originally was visualized as a means for government to confine printing; the modern intention of copyright is to endorse the formation of new works by giving authors power of and income from them. It is said to be defensive which means that they do not expand beyond the...

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Week3Assignment - Inventory
By Jerrod Keune
ACC 205 Principles of Accounting I
Instructor: Erina Master
28 May 2015
Week Three Exercise Assignment
Inventory
1. Specific identification method. Boston Galleries uses the specific identification method for
inventory valuation. Inventory information for several oil paintings follows.
Painting Cost
1/2 Beginning inventory Woods $21,000
4/19 Purchase Sunset 21,800
6/7 Purchase Earth 31,200
12/16 Purchase Moon 4,000
Woods and Moon were sold during the year for a total of $35,000. Determine the firm’s
a. cost of goods sold:
b. beginning inventory woods: $21,000
c. Purchase moon: + $4,000
d. Cost of goods sold = $25,000
e. gross profit:
f. Total for year: $35,000
g. Cost of goods sold: - $25,000
h. Total gross profit = $10,000
i. ending inventory:
j. Purchase Sunset: $21,800
k. Purchase Earth: + $31,200
l. Ending inventory = $53,000
2. Inventory valuation methods: basic computations. The January beginning inventory of the
White Company consisted of 300 units costing $40 each. During the first quarter, the company
purchased two batches of goods: 700 Units at $44 on February 21 and 800 units at $50 on March...

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Week3Assignment
Create the Value: Market Segmentation Analysis and a Value Proposition:
Daylesford Organic Farm Concept
By: Margaret Nicholson
Keller Gradate School
Professor: Timothy Schauer
Course: MKTG-522-20775
Marketing Management
January 25, 2015
1. Brief Description of the Daylesford Organic Farm Concept:
Daylesford concept is centered on a working organic farming. The farm was originally established by Carole Bamford. Dayleford has a passion for seasonal, ethical produce that has translated into two London-based farm shops and cafes and seasonal organic, produce sold in Waitrose and other independent stores nationwide. Daylesford has won over 60 national and international awards over the last 3 years for their delicious food, sustainable practices and for their farm shop café (2015, January 25). They have been in business for over 30 years. They company’s slogan is “Straight from our Farm to your Fork” (2015, January 25). Daylesford has five sustainable principals which they run their company by and they are farm organically, source responsibly, package lightly, give back and protect natural resources (2015, January 25). Daylesford’s prices are not particularly cheap, because organic food is more expensive to produce. Customers who want to get healthier and better quality of food will understand the higher prices. Daylesford epitomize the values of organically produced food....

...CSEC 630 – Lab Assignment
Q1. Which tool or technique from the above list would be most effective for a
cryptanalyst to use to decipher a text encrypted with the Caesar cipher, and why?
Floating frequency is the most effective tool used to decipher a text encrypted with the Caesar cipher. Floating frequency replace one letter of the plaintext with another to produce the cypher text, and any particular letter in the plaintext will always, in the simplest and most easily breakable of these cyphers, turn into the same letter in the cypher. For instance, all E's will turn into X's. Floating frequency is based on the fact that certain letters, and combinations of letters, appear with characteristic frequency in essentially all texts in a particular language (Introduction To Codes, Ciphers, & Codebreaking, 2010).
Q2. What do you notice about the histogram results when text is encrypted with the
Vigenère cipher in comparison to the results of the Caesar cipher? Why is this the
case?
I’ve notice between the two ciphers the Caesar cipher was easier to see a pattern between the alphabets oppose to the Vigenere cipher which was much harder to see a pattern. The Caesar cipher would be much easier to crack because one would be able determine a pattern rather than the Vigenere cipher which would be much harder to break.
Q3. There is an error in the following ciphertext representation of this quote, what is
it? What should the correct ciphertext be? (Hint:...

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Environmental Scanning of Wal-Mart and Target
Lizette Morales
MGT/498
March 30, 2016
Week3
There are many successful corporations in the world because they are aware that change and trends can occur at anytime. It is essential for corporations to be susceptible to change as well as using tools to show the internal and external factors of their organization. Implementing measurement tools to will help determine the status of the organization.
Research show, to identify the need for change as opportune is an environmental analysis based on internal and external factors, to see the influence that they show so that the organization could achieve those reactive changes, which consist of adapting to the environment, or contrary to promote proactive changes that make the organization to influence the environment and not vice versa (Nadina R. 2011).
Wal-Mart and Target are two successful corporations, which compete against one another in providing quality products and services to people in their community. Wal-Mart and Target implement environmental scanning to help them rise above their competitors. Wal-Mart and Target identifies the need for change is the environmental scanning tool. Environmental scanning helps corporations determine the status of internal and external factors of the business.
Environmental scanning is the monitoring, evaluating, and disseminating of information from the external and...

...a factor of 15 from the numerator and denominator.
c≤200−12m/15
Cancel the common factor of 15 in 3000/15. Reduce the expression 3000/15 by removing a factor of 15 from the numerator and denominator.
c≤200−4m/5
Cancel the common factor of 3 in −12m/15 since −12m/15=(−4m⋅3)/(5⋅3). Reduce the expression −12m/15 by removing a factor of 3 from the numerator and denominator.
c200
The c-intercept is (200,0).
The m-intercept is found when c=0. To find the m-intercept:
12m≤−15c+3000
Since 15c does not contain the variable to solve for, move it to the right-hand side of the inequality by subtracting 15c from both sides.
12m≤3000−15c
Reorder the polynomial −15c+3000 alphabetically from left to right, starting with the highest order term.
12m/12≤3000/12−15c/12
Divide each term in the inequality by 12.
m≤3000/12−15c/12
Cancel the common factor of 12 in 12m/12. Reduce the expression 12m/12 by removing a factor of 12 from the numerator and denominator.
m≤250−15c/12
Cancel the common factor of 12 in 3000/12. Reduce the expression 3000/12 by removing a factor of 12 from the numerator and denominator.
m≤250−5c/4
Cancel the common factor of 3 in −15c/12 since −15c/12=(−5c⋅3)/(4⋅3). Reduce the expression −15c12 by removing a factor of 3 from the numerator and denominator.
m250
The m-intercept is (0,250).
Because this is a “less than equal to” inequality,...