"Divisibility Rules" Essays and Research Papers

  • Divisibility Rules

    vertical'. Concept: Divisibility Test for a Composite Number Q A teacher challenges his class 7 students to try and 'invent' a divisibility test for 12. After 7 discussing among themselves, the class comes up with 4 different answers, which are given below. Only one of them is correct. Which of these is a divisibility test for 12? 1 2 3 4 The number should pass the divisibility tests for 2 and 6. The number should pass the divisibility tests for 3 and 4. The number should pass the divisibility tests for 2...

    3, Angle, Divisibility rule 1464  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Rules

    * We should follow the rules so that we can maintain peace and organization within our society, economy, and even our country. Without rules no one would be able to work together. * Two different kinds of people can be heard to utter that question, "Why have rules?" One of them does not believe in rules; the other believes in rules and adds a few more words to the question, "Why have rules, if you are not going to enforce them?" I would like to examine both sides of this argument. Many people...

    2009 singles, Rules of Go, The Rules 1243  Words | 4  Pages

  • Strategy as Simple Rule

    as Simple Rules’ and it was written by Kathleen M. Eisenhardt and Donald N.Sull. The aim is to show how the strategy of simple rule is used in complex business. Yahoo is the company that had successfully used simple rule strategy to be the internet’s top portal. Company can choose among three distinct approaches to strategy and it requires different skill sets and works best under different circumstances. There are five types of simple rules: how-to-rules, boundary rules, priority rules, timing rules...

    Companies, Companies law, Company 1371  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Rules of the Lottery, a book by Beth Goobie

    Broken Rules. ‘You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else’- Albert Einstien. Some traditions are meant to be broken. The rules of The Lottery define main character Sal Hanson’s life for the remainder of the school year, it is completely and utterly inevitable. The “rules” of The Lottery cause people to be hurt and alienated, this can be shown in how the lottery victims lose friendships, they are treated undeservedly and the rules altogether cause...

    Best Friends, Council of the European Union, Friendship 1077  Words | 3  Pages

  • Utopia Rules

    Rule 1: Arguments are unacceptable, as a disagreement is as far as anything can go. Purpose 1: Arguments and fight cause physical and internal damage making a commotion, disturbing others and disrupting the reason of a utopia (where there is no good and bad life just is). So, because of this fights and anything that goes farther from a disagreement is unacceptable, for a disagreement is only allowed because it's normal (for it only shows a matter of opinion). Rule 2: Any form of tardiness and rudeness...

    Rule of thirds, Rules of Go, The Age 697  Words | 3  Pages

  • Importance of Following Rules

    Without rules and regulations all civilization would plunge into chaos, as there would be nothing protecting us from one another’s most basic self serving instincts, and sometimes self-destructive habits. Often time’s simple rules and regulations protect us from ourselves, such as not touching a hot furnace or driving through an intersection when the light is red. If we look just at laws of the road one can quickly see how many devastating accidents would occur (and how many lives would be ruined)...

    Rulemaking, Rules of Go, Soldier 960  Words | 3  Pages

  • Exclusionary Rule

    Chapter Four – The Exclusionary Rule Vicente Farias Jose Martinez The Exclusionary Rule  The Exclusionary Rule Evidence obtained in violation of Fourth Amendment cannot be used at trial – The primary purpose of the exclusionary rule is to deter police misconduct – What other purpose does the exclusionary rule have? The Exclusionary Rule  In Mapp v Ohio (1961), the Court stated that any evidence seized in violation of the Fourth Amendment could not be admitted into any court, state or federal...

    Exclusionary rule, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Judge 251  Words | 8  Pages

  • The Exclusionary Rule

    The Exclusionary Rule Abstract This paper will present the Exclusionary Rule and the original intentions for its enactment. It will discuss the importance of the rule and how it is a protection against an unlawful search and seizure and a violation of the rights provided by the Fourth Amendment. Also, this document will display the history of the Exclusionary Rule, with its first appearance in the case, Boyd v. United States in 1886. Weeks v. United States will show a better-established,...

    Exclusionary rule, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Mapp v. Ohio 2371  Words | 6  Pages

  • Rules of Law

    SECTION: A COURSE CODE: BUS 507 BUSINESS LAW The Rule of Law ------------------------------------------------- DATE OF SUBMISSION: ------------------------------------------------- 18TH DECEMBER 2010 Letter of Transmittal 18th December, 2010 To Prof. Course: Business Law Course Code: Bus 507 Ref: Letter of Transmittal Dear Sir, In the following pages, we have presented the rules of law. Which you had been authorized us to prepare and submit by 18th...

    Civil law, Common law, Government 2077  Words | 7  Pages

  • Exclusionary Rule

    Contemporary Issues Paper: The Exclusionary Rule Jennifer Howell November 6, 2010 The Exclusionary Rule and Its Exceptions Introduction: The Exclusionary Rule The Fourth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States protects citizens from unreasonable searches and seizures by law enforcement personnel. (US Const. amend. IV) Though the Amendment “forbids unreasonable searches and seizures, it does not provide a mechanism for prevention or a remedy.” (Jackson, 1996) After passage of...

    Exclusionary rule, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Law 1108  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Exclusionary Rule

    "exclusionary rule" until they know what is stated in the Fourth Amendment. The Fourth Amendment and the exclusionary rule go hand in hand. The Fourth Amendment was put into the constitution to limit on the actions of overzealous officers (Peak, 2006). Then, one must understand what is meant by "probable cause." Armed with this information, we can discuss the definition of the exclusionary rule and some of its history. Also, we will list some of the advantages and disadvantages of the exclusionary rule and...

    Constable, Exclusionary rule, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution 681  Words | 3  Pages

  • Understanding of own responsabilities for maintaining a safe and supportive learning enviroment

    peoples dislikes or likes, this can then lead you on to setting ground rules, if learners are encouraged to set ground rules then this is giving them owner ship so they may abide by the rules more, when a learner challenges the rules the teacher can simply reply “you made these rules, or the group all agreed”. While setting the ground rules a group discussion can identify if there are any equality or diversity issues, a rule may be a health and safety risk so it would have to be negotiated between...

    Carriage return, Education, Learners 1150  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ptlls

    methods can teachers / trainers use to establish ground rules with their learners? I currently teach in a “Category C, Male Populated Prison” and I am employed in education to deliver a broad spectrum of hospitality qualifications to class of 10 learners. In turn I have an obligation to mentor to a minimum of 25 guided learning hours per week, to include numeracy, literacy, and ICT. Therefore it is essential for me that establishing ground rules are fundamental for ensuring classroom management in...

    Classroom, Debate, Education 678  Words | 3  Pages

  • exclusionary rule

    Exclusionary Rule Evaluation The purpose of the exclusionary rule is to exclude evidence obtained in violation of a criminal defendant’s Fourth Amendment rights. It is also a right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures by the Fourth Amendment. Some exceptions of the exclusionary rule is barring the use at trial of evidence obtained pursuant to an unlawful search and seizure. Some other exceptions to the exclusionary rule are: (1) a second, unpoisoned/untainted source had a major rule in...

    Criminal law, Exclusionary rule, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution 833  Words | 3  Pages

  • Exclusionary Rule

    Final Paper This paper examines the exclusionary rule. Explains the reasons for the origin of the exclusionary rule. The paper contends that use of the exclusionary rule has enabled guilty criminals to go free and that its original intention has been so distorted that it no longer fulfills its intended function and is instead a tool for protecting the rights of criminals Not only how it came about but, the true meaning as well as the exceptions. There are also a number of cases mentioned throughout...

    Exclusionary rule, First Amendment to the United States Constitution, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution 1743  Words | 5  Pages

  • Classroom Management

    Classroom Management Having classroom rules are an essential part of classroom management. I believe it is very important for the teacher and students to communicate the classroom expectations beginning from the first day of school. When this communication is clear it will help with maintaining a well-structured learning environment. Usually schools will have a universal set of classroom rules and procedures but some teachers may add to that list of rules to better accommodate their class. In...

    Classroom, Education, Middle school 866  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Cider House Rules

    The Cider House Rules “The Cider House Rules” is a very fascinating movie, adapted by John Irving. The movie was cast in the mid 1940s, shortly after the beginning of World War II . The movie revolves around an orphanage run by Dr. Wilbur Larch (Michael Caine), a good-hearted doctor, who not only procures abortion of unwanted children but also take care of abandoned infants into his friendly orphanage until the children become mature enough to be adopted. The Cedar House of Rules title comes from...

    Abandonment, Abortion, Adoption 902  Words | 3  Pages

  • Majority Rules

     “Majority Rule Day” What is Majority Rule? Only a few Bahamians can answer that. But to know what is Majority rules you have to go back to the system that was in place before. This system didn’t allow women to vote, only black men who owned land could vote, the house of assembly only had the men of the English colony. The Bahamas had been run by only the people of Great Britain. This system held the Bahamian people down and out inside the country that they...

    Bahamas, Districts of the Bahamas, Elections 1143  Words | 3  Pages

  • Exclusionary Rule

    EXCLUSIONARY RULE § 7.01 General Rule Evidence gathered in violation of the Fourth Amendment is not admissible in a criminal trial against the defendant. § 7.02 Exceptions to the Exclusionary Rule [A] Non-Trial Criminal Proceedings Illegally seized evidence may constitutionally be introduced in a variety of non-trial criminal proceedings including: grand jury proceedings, preliminary hearings, bail proceedings, sentencing, and proceedings to revoke parole. [B] Impeachment...

    Exclusionary rule, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Miranda v. Arizona 1042  Words | 5  Pages

  • Basketball Rules

    l Basic Basketball Rules     Basketball is a team sport. Two teams of five players each try to score by shooting a ball through a hoop elevated 10 feet above the ground. The game is played on a rectangular floor called the court, and there is a hoop at each end. The court is divided into two main sections by the mid-court line. If the offensive team puts the ball into play behind the mid-court line, it has ten seconds to get the ball over the mid-court line. If it doesn't, then the defense gets...

    Basketball, Basketball terminology, Foul 2208  Words | 7  Pages

  • Exclusionary Rule Pros and Cons

    The reason we have rules in life are simple, to keep order when there is chaos and to guide our behavior in a way that is acceptable by society’s standards. The reason we have laws and procedures to carry out those laws are simple as well, to keep the government from infringing on its citizen’s constitutional rights. If the government was to rid itself of the exclusionary rule, then it has the potential to be infringing on its citizens rights. The government could essentially walk into anyone who...

    Exclusionary rule, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Law 1962  Words | 6  Pages

  • Mischief Rule

    The mischief rule[1] is one of three rules of statutory construction traditionally applied by English courts.[2] The other two are the “plain meaning rule” (also known as the “literal rule”) and the “golden rule.” The main aim of the rule is to determine the "mischief and defect" that the statute in question has set out to remedy, and what ruling would effectively implement this remedy. The rule was first laid out in a 16th-century ruling of the Exchequer Court. ------------------------------------------------- ...

    Common law, Golden rule, Jury 1305  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Evolution of the Exclusionary Rule

    The Evolution of the Exclusionary Rule A Historical Analysis And How It Stand Today April Herald Criminal Justice Abstract From historical analysis, this work highlights key cases that have influenced the evolution of the Exclusionary rule and where it stands today. The purpose of this paper is to inform people of the importance of our constitutional rights, especially the fourth amendment when concerning a criminal prosecution. The exclusionary rule is set in place to ensure justice be...

    Exclusionary rule, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Mapp v. Ohio 1733  Words | 5  Pages

  • Exlusionary Rule Evaluation

    Exclusionary Rule Evaluation CJA/364 Facilitator: Exclusionary Rule Evaluation The exclusionary rule is designed to serve as a sometimes harsh reminder for those working in the criminal justice system to follow the rules and not violate one’s rights. Law enforcement officers and prosecutors take great pride in their cases and doing their best to ensure justice is served. Losing a case for a simple mistake can be embarrassing and harmful to the community. One can image...

    Common law, Crime, Criminal justice 762  Words | 3  Pages

  • Is Mill a Rule Utilitarian?

    D. Vinson Is Mill A Rule Utilitarian? I don't believe so. I must begin my argument with two definitions and one assumption. First, Rule Utilitarianism states that right action is defined by whether or not a given action is an instance of a moral rule that tends to maximize utility. Second, Act Utilitarianism states that right action is defined by whether or not a given action maximizes utility. Finally, the Utilitarian Principle holds that right actions are right in proportion as they tend to...

    Act utilitarianism, Ethics, Morality 904  Words | 3  Pages

  • Exclusionary Rule Evaluation

    Exclusionary Rule Evaluation Criminal Procedure/CJA 364 University of Phoenix Exclusionary Rule Evaluation The exclusionary rule is an important doctrine supporting the ideals of the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution. The Fourth Amendment provides people under the jurisdiction of the American criminal justice system protections from unreasonable searches and seizures. The amendment also delineates the methods members of the criminal justice system may obtain information...

    Criminal law, Exclusionary rule, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution 1118  Words | 4  Pages

  • Exclusionary Rule Evaluation

    Exclusionary Rule Evaluation According to Dictionary.com (2013), the definition of the exclusionary rule is a rule that forbids the introduction of illegally obtained evidence in a criminal trial. This evaluation will cover information regarding the rationale and purpose, the costs, benefits and alternative remedies of the exclusionary rule. Rationale and Purpose of Exclusionary Rule The exclusionary rule, a court-made rule is designed to exclude evidence obtained in violation of a criminal defendant’s...

    Crime, Criminal justice, Exclusionary rule 893  Words | 3  Pages

  • Basketball and Basic Rules

    Talha Syed October 2nd, 2014 Speech Professor Ratcliffe Basketball: The Greatest Sport Invented (Outline) General Purpose: To inform Specific Purpose: To inform the audience about the history, basic rules, and the development of basketball. Introduction Attention Getter: There is no “I” in team, but there is in wIn. This is a quote from the 6x NBA Champion, Michael Jordan. Thesis: The game of Basketball is a very exciting sport. You need to be able to communicate with your teammates...

    Basketball, Dribbling, International Basketball Federation 697  Words | 3  Pages

  • Volleyball Rules & Regulations

    The rules and regulations of volleyball 'B' League: (basic skilled players, beginning competition) 1. Overhand serves and spiking are allowed. 2. Underhand contact must be with closed fist. 3. You must "bump" the ball if it is below shoulder level. 4. Allow a double hit on first ball over net except with finger contact. 'BB' League: (intermediate skilled players/competition) Violations that will be called in BB league: 1. Double hits: (one person contacting ball with hands apart, other...

    Baseball rules, Game, Plane 1462  Words | 4  Pages

  • Basic Softball Rules.

    these basic softball rules to organize a game of your own. Softball is a sport derived from baseball, so both sports share many similarities. There are some major differences between the basic softball rules and baseball rules, though. In Softball: The game is played on a smaller field. A larger ball is used. The ball is pitched underhand. Both males and females play the game, where baseball is primarily played by males. Games consist of 7 innings. BASIC SOFTBALL RULES Object Softball is...

    Base on balls, Baseball, Baseball positions 1093  Words | 4  Pages

  • Communication Rules

    when the rules of communication are very important. A communication rule is "a followable prescription that indicates what behavior is expected or preferred and what behavior is prohibited in a specific situation" (Shimanoff). There are many different kinds of communication rules. Each of them applies to all kinds of situations. Most depend on how well you know the person you are communicating with and where you are. The two categories of rules are explicit and implicit. Explicit rules are specifically...

    Communication, Graphic communication, Informal attire 715  Words | 2  Pages

  • Unwritten Rule

    An Unwritten Rule There are many rules that are followed in society today, whether they have been around for hundreds of years, or just natural instincts of kindness. They are not usually things people would get punished for if they did not follow, they are more of an act of respect. Things like holding the door open for people behind you, saying please and thank you, or not eating until everyone at the table has their food. These rules mostly come from what is taught to children at young age,...

    Brabantio, Desdemona, Marriage 434  Words | 2  Pages

  • Calculator and Slide Rule

    away with thinking, and therein lies a potential compromise. Before cheap electronic calculator became commonplace, students used the slide rule. And before the slide rule there was the abacus. To benefit from the technology of these calculators, however, students still had to think. To use an abacus, you had to keep in mind the number system; to use a slide rule you had to estimate and think in terms of logarithms and decimal places. For students who want to avoid “mindless” computations, I wholeheartedly...

    Calculation, Calculator, Computer 803  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rules of Basketball and Player

    Aim of the game The aim of the game is to score more ‘baskets’ (points) than the opposition team. Scoring baskets can vary between one, two or three points per shot. In order to score, you must shoot the ball into the opposition’s basket hoop. Rules of basketball Basketball is a team sport that involves teamwork and cooperation. There are two teams with five players on the court trying to shoot the ball into a hoop and some reserves on the bench. This hoop is approximately three metres high....

    Basketball, Basketball terminology, Flagrant foul 1229  Words | 4  Pages

  • Business Stats Unit Assignment

    Systematic Approach to Evaluating Your Rules Summary Rules are used to sort information. Some are specific to an industry or occupation, such as when to replace parts, change price, or sell a property. Others are generic, such as the dictionary rule ranking items one aspect at a time, giving most importance to the first attribute and when there is a tie consider the next attribute, and so on; another generic rule is the threshold rule evaluating against preset criteria and approve only if...

    Decision making, Management, Rule of thumb 1203  Words | 4  Pages

  • A Community Essay

    ideas and feelings with the world. Like every community Tumblr has its own set of rules and special nuances. Tumblr is an online community where countless unwritten rules define the culture but really only three main rules apply: There are no restrictions as to what you post on Tumblr, keep Tumblr an open minded and supportive environment, and what happens on Tumblr , stays on Tumblr. 2 So to start of the list , rule number one there are no restrictions as to what you post on Tumblr. Tumblr is a...

    Facebook, John Cavil, MySpace 1049  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rules of Statutory Interpretation

    GPR 109: LEGAL SYSTEM AND METHOD LEGAL METHOD TAKE AWAY CAT NKARICHIA MUGAMBI DENNIS G34/3053/2013 Q; there are some rules of language’ used by courts and the legal profession in studying or interpreting written law. They are more of rules of practice than legal rules. Outline the most common of these and give a brief commentary or explanation of the same. RULES OF LANGUAGE IN STATUTORY INTERPRETATION. The traditional common-law approach to statutory interpretation was to "look at the words...

    Common law rules, Golden rule, Judicial interpretation 2307  Words | 7  Pages

  • Disciple and Discharge

    Employees are a company’s most valuable resource. Management has expectations for the employees to meet workplace standards of behavior and performance. This may include (and not limited too): following workplace rules and practices, accepting job assignments, working well with other employees, or even coming into work in time. When management expectations are not met, the need for disciplinary acts arises. However, sometimes management delays or does take disciplinary action. This can lead into...

    Discipline, Employment, Need 1142  Words | 4  Pages

  • Home Rule

    BUTT, PARNELL AND THE EARLY YEARS OF HOME RULE 4.1 Gladstone’s Reforms and the Start of Home Rule Gladstone and Ireland the early years. No HR party until 1873 so Liberals appreciated Catholic and Presbyterian vote in Ireland. Liberal MPs drew Gladstone’s attention to: • Privileged position of C of I • Land question • Catholic education 1868 Gladstone became PM. ‘My mission…’ 1869 Disestablishment 1870 Gladstone’s First Land Act (made Ulster Custom law where it existed and made landlords...

    Catholic Church, Charles Stewart Parnell, Clan na Gael 501  Words | 3  Pages

  • Business Rules and Business Intelligence

    very important to many corporate wide citizens. "Centrally managed business rules enable BI projects to draw from the business know-how of a company and to work with consistent sets of business logic – they are what add the intelligence to business intelligence."(pg14) Once reports are no longer a straightforward representation of base data they begin to depend more and more on business rules. The term itself "business rule" has a variety of meanings. In our text it is defined on page 87 as "a statement...

    Business intelligence, Business intelligence tools, Business rule 1099  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ptlls

    a circle so everyone can participate; and minimise risk e.g no trailing wires, no chemicals or sharp objects lying around; this is obviously depending on the environment and the subject being taught. When the lesson commences ground rules should primarily be established. It is good to lay out what a tutor expects from the students and in turn find out what their expectations are. When these are discussed within the group it can also act as an ice-breaker. During the discussion...

    Education, Learning, Mobile phone 593  Words | 4  Pages

  • How Precedents Are Applied in Court and the Rules of Statutory Interpretation.

    Aims and Outcomes I will describe how precedents are applied in court and explain the rules of statutory interpretation. Firstly I will explain what a precedent is. Precedent “In common law legal systems, a precedent or authority is a legal case establishing a principle or rule that a court or other judicial body utilizes when deciding subsequent cases with similar issues or facts” Example Let's say that a Court establishes that it is illegal for people to smoke or be in possession of Tobacco...

    Case law, Common law, Golden rule 1148  Words | 4  Pages

  • Dividend Reserve Rules

    Rs. 'X' Say Rs. 'Y' X—Y B—A Transfer to reserve of certain percentage of profits-Queries arising from the Companies ((Transfer of Profits to Reserves) Rules, 1975 and the Companies (Declaration of Dividend out of Reserves) Rules, 1975 answered Clarification 1 The Department has received a number of queries in respect of the above mentioned rules. The points raised have been duly considered and the Department's views thereon are indicated below:-Query 1 : Whether arrears of depreciation mentioned...

    Company, Depreciation, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 3806  Words | 11  Pages

  • Social Studies SBA

    students at my school towards rules? B bb 1. Age: ( ) 15 ( ) 16 ( ) 17 2. Sex: ( ) Male ( ) Female 3. Do you follow the rules at your school? ( ) yes ( ) no ( ) sometimes 4. Do you think the rules at your school are important? ( ) yes ( ) no ( ) sometimes 5. Why do you break the rules at your school? ( ) peer pressure ( ) problem at home ( ) I feel to 6. Do you like the rules at your school? ( ) yes ( ) no ( ) sometimes 7. How often do you break the rules at your school? ( ) everyday...

    High school, Random sample, Rules of Go 974  Words | 13  Pages

  • Literal / Golden / Mischief Rules

    Literal Rule The literal rule is the primary rule which takes precedence over the others. Words and phrases should be construed by the courts in their ordinary sense, and the ordinary rules of grammar and punctuation should be applied. If, applying this rule, a clear meaning appears, then this must be applied, and the courts will not inquire whether what the statute says represents the intention of the legislature: ‘The intention of Parliament is not to be judged by what is in its mind, but...

    Common law rules, Golden rule, Marriage 1151  Words | 3  Pages

  • Exclusionary Rule, Individual Case Analysis and Explanation

    Exclusionary Rule, Individual Case Analysis And Explanation Victoria Alexander May 22, 2013 Search and seizure is a vital and problematic component of police and investigative work in almost every facet of law enforcement. The components involved in mandating accuracy, fairness, and justice must be governed. If those components are not governed by an outside source, then the opportunities for corruption, inaccuracy and dishonesty are great thereby endangering the general public’s basic civil...

    Exclusionary rule, Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution 1182  Words | 3  Pages

  • How to Establish Ground Rules with Learners

    cultures and beliefs is a challenge for the teacher. Therefore, I try to differentiate my student in regard to establish appropriate ground rules when I teach. First of all the rules needs to be adhered to the school's disciplinary procedures and then to be adapted to learners' needs and backgrounds. Different ways would apply when I establish the ground rule of the class. The main method I use is preparing a list of what I would expect from my students and what they would expect from me. I strongly...

    Education, Learning, School 317  Words | 2  Pages

  • Priority Rules

    PRODUCTION AND OPERATION MANAGEMENT TOPIC: PRIORITY RULES NAME|I.D| SHAMSIYYA UMAR MAGAM|9203167| DEFINITION Priority Rules provide guidelines for the sequence in which jobs should be worked. The rules generally involve the assumption that job setup cost and time is independent of processing times. In using this rules, job processing times and due dates are important pieces of information. Job times usually include setup and processing times. Due dates...

    28 Days Later, Delay, Prince 1508  Words | 8  Pages

  • Data Mining Chapter 11 Homework

    Number of transactions. 13.3 b) Consider the results of the association rules analysis shown in below. I) For the first row, explain the “conf. %” output and how it is calculated. It includes the following interpretations: The Confidence of rule # 2 is 60.19 %( Or it is marginally over 60 %.) Confidence shows the rate at which consequents will occur. In this case the consequents are Brushes and Concealer as the Rule goes “If Bronzer and Nail Polish, then Brushes and Concealer” In this we...

    Antecedent, Association rule learning, Consequent 824  Words | 5  Pages

  • Develop the Law Through the Operation of Doctrine of Judicial Precedent and Application to the Rules of Statutory Interpretation

    of judicial precedent and statutory interpretation in separation as well as when they are combined in the development of law. To what extend can a judge develop the law through the operation of doctrine of judicial precedent and application to the rules of statutory interpretation will be discussed in this assignment. In the first place, this assignment will give an introduction to judicial precedent and statutory interpretation. In the second place, how can judicial precedent and statutory interpretation...

    Case law, Common law, Golden rule 2013  Words | 6  Pages

  • Family Rules And Television: Raising a child requires responsibility from parents who must set rules and boundaries.

    must set rules and boundaries for the child. These rules are meant to teach the kid right from wrong, and appropriate behavior around others. The parent's responsibility is to make sure that the rules set for the child are not out of place. Some boundaries might include bedtime, homework time, places that are allowed to go, or television time. As a parent, I would make sure that those rules I set for my child are deemed appropriate not only by me, but other parents as well. Most of my rules would have...

    A Great Way to Care, Father, Mother 579  Words | 2  Pages

  • parol evidence rule

    Parol evidence rule The parol evidence rule enacts a principle of the common law of contracts that presumes that a written contract embodies the complete agreement between the parties involved. The rule therefore generally forbids the introduction of extrinsic evidence (i.e., evidence of communications between the parties which is not contained in the language of the contract itself) which would change the terms of a later written contract. In order for the rule to be effective, the contract in...

    Common law, Contract, Contract law 1256  Words | 4  Pages

  • Parol Rule of Evidence

    Parole rule of evidence [Ross] [Victoria university business law]  Topic Introduction The Australian court has some strict rules regarding the contract that are made by parties during trade and business. At times, parties make verbal promises with each other which they decide to enter in the clause and later on forget to, or sometimes it so happens that a verbal promise is added in the contract but is breached by the parties. For these types of situations, the Australian courts have various...

    Breach of contract, Contract, Contract law 2160  Words | 7  Pages

  • Cider House Rules

    Ashley Polston ACP Comp P3 November 18, 2014 Justified or Not In the film Cider House Rules, rule breaking and deceit are somewhat justifiable acts that the characters use out of selfishness. Homer Wells is an orphan that grew up in an orphanage in Maine in the 1940s. The orphanage was directed by a man named Dr. Wilbur Larch. As Wells grew, Larch took the initiative to take him under his wing and teach him to be an unlicensed, skilled doctor. One ordinary day, Candy Kendall and Wally Worthington...

    Acts of the Apostles, Authority, Doctor 951  Words | 4  Pages

  • Parol Evidence Rule

    an important rule called the parol evidence rule exists. This rule states that if the contract is entirely in writing, no other evidence which would add to, alter or contradict the contract is accepted. This essay will deal with analyzing the application of parol evidence rule and whether Australian courts should or should not provide remedies for breach of contract where the promise concerned was not included in the written contract. The rationale of the parol evidence rule is that the existence...

    Breach of contract, Contract, Contract law 1829  Words | 4  Pages

  • Korea Under Japaneses Rule

    “The Japanese Rule of Korea” In the year of 1910, Japan used a clever way to annex Korea through King Go Jong's son marrying a Japanese woman and was given a Japanese identity. Since the surrender of Japan after World War II, conflict had been dragged through because of Korea wondering if they really benefited the colonization of their own country; or if they should just forget about it and go on with their lives. They thought if they did benefit, they should be doing...

    Empire of Japan, Japan, Korea 766  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Cider House Rules

    (supplied by the customer): "The Cider House Rules" DESCRIPTION (supplied by the customer): The Doctor offers 2 incongruous services ... how can these services coexist? Answer the following questions: What is the moral dilemma posed in the story? A Birth occurs in the story ... how does this affect the main character's view? What happens to change the main characters view? What are the Cider House Rules and what are they a metaphor for? Who broke the Cider House Rules? What is the moral of the story? What...

    Ethics, Good and evil, Morality 1426  Words | 4  Pages

  • Korea under Japanese Rule

    Korea under Japanese Rule The Korea’s colonial period spans a time frame of 35 years from 1910 to 1945 until Japan was defeated in World War II. It started with the Eulsa Treaty also known as Japan-Korea Protectorate treaty which is signed between Empire of Japan and the Korean Empire on 17 November 1905 by the influence of Russo-Japanese War. This treaty effectively made Korea a protectorate of Japan. Immediately after that, on 22 August 1910 the Japan-Korea Annexation Treaty was signed, which...

    Empire of Japan, Empress Myeongseong, Korea 1138  Words | 4  Pages

  • Chebyshev’s Theorem and the Empirical Rule

    Chebyshev’s Theorem and The Empirical Rule Suppose we ask 1000 people what their age is. If this is a representative sample then there will be very few people of 1-2 years old just as there will not be many 95 year olds. Most will have an age somewhere in their 30’s or 40’s. A list of the number of people of a certain age may look like this: |Age |Number of people | |0 |1 | |1 |2 | |2 |3 ...

    68-95-99.7 rule, Arithmetic mean, Cauchy distribution 1186  Words | 5  Pages

  • Hudson v michigan

    “knock-and-announce” rule require the suppression of all evidence found in the search? Holding- No. The exclusionary rule is only applicable where its deterrence benefits outweigh its substantial societal costs. Rationale- Not but-for cause-In this case, whether or not the police entered the house in a constitutional manner, they would have found the drugs and the gun… the ∆ can’t say that “but for the illegal entry, the evidence would not have been found”. Exclusionary Rule inapplicable: Since...

    Exclusionary rule, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Hudson v. Michigan 669  Words | 3  Pages

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