Project Stat. Math 5389 Graph Analysis# 1Spring , 2012Noemi Bores | Identifying Misleading Graphs Graphs are... pictorial representations of numbers. Therefore, at the least, we should expect that the representation of the numbers be proportional to the numbers themselves. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. In some cases this occurs because the graph designer wants to give the impression of better performance than is actually the case. In other cases, the designer might not have any...
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Questions 1. What patterns do you observe based on the information in Table 4? As the Dissolved oxygen increases so does the... number of fish that are observed, until the ppm gets up to 14 then the number of fish is not steadily increasing, as it was before. 2. Develop a hypothesis relating to the amount of dissolved oxygen measured in the water sample and the number of fish observed in the body of water? You cannot have too much oxygen compared to the number of fish. 3. What would your...
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DESCRIBING GRAPHS AND CHARTS The function of a line graph is to describe a TREND pictorially. You therefore... should try and describe the trend in it. If there are many lines in the graph(s), then just generally describe the trend. If there is only one or two, then use more detail. So, describe the movement of the line(s) of the graph giving numerical detail at the important points of the line. To describe the movement, there is some language which will always be useful. Below is a list of language...
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Security Market Line In Markowitz Portfolio Theory, a line on a chart representing the capital asset pricing model. The security... market line plots risk versus expected return of the market. The security market line is a useful tool in determining whether a given security is undervalued and/or a market outperform. If a security plots the security market line, it indicates a higher expected return for a given level of risk than the market as a whole. security market line A line used to illustrate...
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How to write a lab report Let’s take as an example a free-fall experiment. You drop a small steel ball from various heights and use an... electronic timer to measure how long it takes the ball to hit the ground. From this you calculate the final speed of the ball using v = 2x/t. You believe that the ball will have a constant acceleration of “g,” 9.8 m/s2. This will be seen if you graph velocity vs. time and get a straight line with a slope of 9.8. You end up with a table of data giving distances...
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How to Analyze the Regression Analysis Output from Excel In a simple regression model, we are trying to determine if a variable... Y is linearly dependent on variable X. That is, whenever X changes, Y also changes linearly. A linear relationship is a straight line relationship. In the form of an equation, this relationship can be expressed as Y = α + βX + e In this equation, Y is the dependent variable, and X is the independent variable. α is the intercept of the regression line, and β is the...
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Walk the Line Release Date: 11/18/05 Running Length: 134 mins Rating: PG-13 (Profanity, drugs) Cast: Joaquin Phoenix,... Reese Witherspoon, Ginnifer Goodwin, Robert Patrick, Dallas Roberts, Dan John Miller, Larry Bagby, Shelby Lynne Director: James Mangold Producers: James Keach, Cathy Konrad Screenplay: Gill Dennis & James Mangold Cinematography: Phedon Papamichael Music: Johnny Cash, T Bone Burnett Studio: 20th Century Fox Theatre: Empire Theatres Date: 12/12/05 Time: 7:15 P.M. ...
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value of one variable, y, given the value of another variable, x. The term simple linear regression refers to the use of one... independent variable, x, to predict one dependent variable, y. The regression line is usually plotted on a graph, with the horizontal axis representing x (the independent or predictor variable) and the vertical axis representing the y (the dependent or predicted variable) (see Figure 27-1). The value represented by the letter a is referred to as the y intercept or the point...
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making this poem an enjoyable reading. “Silver” is a poem that demonstrates the coming of night time, and what everything becomes... when the moon goes up. These affects are shown through imagery. Throughout the poem Walter de la Mare uses many sound devices such as the assonance of the "s" to exemplify the mood and give it a mysterious and deep feeling. He also uses things such as allusion of the moon which is very similar the story about King Midas who turned everything into gold, in this poem the...
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ALL CBSE STUFF Class XI Chapter 10 – Straight Lines Maths Exercise 10.1 Question 1: Draw a quadrilateral in the Cartesian... plane, whose vertices are (–4, 5), (0, 7), (5, –5) and (–4, –2). Also, find its area. 14 Answer Let ABCD be the given quadrilateral with vertices A (–4, 5), B (0, 7), C (5, –5), and D (– 4, –2). Then, by plotting A, B, C, and D on the Cartesian plane and joining AB, BC, CD, and DA, SU M IT © 20 the given quadrilateral can be drawn as To find the area of quadrilateral...
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/35 How Does Temperature Affect Respiration Rates of Fish? Google the web site www.biologycorner.com/ and in the upper... left corner search for “goldfish lab”. Select the fish temperature lab. Use the simulator to gather data. Contact 4 classmates and get their data. (or run the simulation 5 times yourself) Complete the table. Complete a graph using the average respiration rate vs time. Answer the questions. ** no additional report is needed** Introduction: In this lab you will...
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Case Analysis “X-Opoly, Inc.” 1 Summary The text deals with the topic of developing and producing a board game, called... X-Opoly. The game is similar to the famous game ‘’Monopoly’’. It was the idea of two students. Their business has grown rapidly. This year they are expecting that they will sell 50,000 units. Over next 5 years the sales will grow 25 percent annually. The order of the game has to be differentiated in ordering a new game and ordering a game, which was already produced...
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Risk Assessment ` Table of Results Line of Best Fit Graph... Error Bars Graph Gradients Graph Analysis • Error Bars Analysis Evaluation • Improvement Assessment • Improved Experiment. • Reliability References Introduction: For this data analysis project, I conducted and experiment to investigate how the concentration of an acid affects the rate of the reaction. I have set up the experiment’s equipment...
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Graphing Practice Name ___RaeAnne Phillips________________________________ Date __________ ▪ Save this file as a WORD document with a new... name (LastNameGraph1) ▪ Use Create a Graph (http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/graphing/) to graph the following data sets. ▪ Copy and paste the graphs AFTER each data set. ▪ Answer the questions AFTER each graph. ▪ Save Frequently! ▪ Email me (mruthenberg@findlaycityschools.org) the finished document. 1. Baby chickens, like all baby birds, require a constant...
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HOW TO TALK ABOUT A VISUAL AID ------------------------------------------------- Choosing the right visual aid A flow chart is a... diagram showing the progress of material through the steps of a manufacturing process or the succession of operations in a complex activity | A pie chart displays the size of each part as a percentage of a whole | A (vertical or horizontal) bar chart is used to compare unlike items | | | | A line chart depicts changes over a period of time, showing data...
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SATURATION LINE OF WATER/STEAM INTRODUCTION When water is heated to steam, they are in thermal contact, are said to be saturated. The... water is called saturated because it cannot absorb more energy without changing into steam, and the steam is called saturated vapor because it cannot absorb any more energy unless temperature increase and it becomes superheated. AIM: The aim of this laboratory is to find a mathematical model for the saturation curve for water/steam. APPARATUS The apparatus...
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as showing knowledge of the incident concerned, depending on the particular task it may be helpful if candidates demonstrate some awareness of... what has led up to it. Their identification with the character might also be conditioned by their awareness of what happens to the character later in the novel/play (if that is appropriate to the task), though this will probably not be referred to specifically. Through their responses, candidates are expected to demonstrate detailed knowledge of the text and...
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How do we know that Climate Change exists and what causes it? Climate change as many know it, has been a big issue around the... world. There are anthropogenic and natural causes which are responsible for this cause but individually they contribute a small amount but are a huge factor as a whole. One of the main problems about the climate change is global warming. What is global warming? It is the increase in the mean temperature of the Earth’s atmosphere. It is said that the temperature has been...
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Introduction Hypothesis To what extent do the dunes at camber show the characteristics typical of this depositional landform?... To start my geography GCSE controlled assessment I have gone to Camber sands beach to record a variety of characteristics from the dunes in order to answer my hypothesis, shown above. There were a few key concepts and processes we used in our investigation they were Coastal deposition, Sand Dunes, Psammosere and Plant Succession. These four concepts above all fit in with...
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How Do Hypotonic, Hypertonic, and Isotonic Solutions Affect the Water Movement of a Cell? Michael Halverson Valhalla High School El Cajon,... California Research Host: Kim E. Barrett, Ph.D. University of California, San Diego 1997 Grade Level: High School How Do Hypotonic, Hypertonic, and Isotonic Solutions Affect the Water Movement of a Cell? Purpose: The purpose of this activity is to teach students about osmosis and the effects of hypotonic, hypertonic, and isotonic solutions on animal...
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For the Running Header: THE SLIPPERY SLOPE TO CORRUPTION The Slippery Slope to Corruption and the Public Corruption of Police... Officers Ricky A Price, Col. U.S.A.F. (Ret) Kaplan University Online CJ340-02: Applied Criminal Justice Ethics Professor Kevin Stoehr 10 July 2012 The law enforcement agent, that represents government, bears the heavy responsibility of maintaining, in his own conduct and the honor and integrity of all government institutions. He, consequently, shall guard against...
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Motion Lab Introduction: In this two part lab we sought out to demonstrate simple harmonic motion by observing the behavior of a spring.... For the first part we needed to observe the motion or oscillation of a spring in order to find k, the spring constant; which is commonly described as how stiff the spring is. Using the equation Fs=-kx or, Fs=mg=kx; where Fs is the force of the spring, mg represents mass times gravity, and kx is the spring constant times the distance, we can mathematically isolate...
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even if no units are produced. For example rent expense, straight-line depreciation expense, etc. Fixed cost per unit decreases with increase... in production. Following example explains this fact: Total Fixed Cost | $30,000 | $30,000 | $30,000 | ÷ Units Produced | 5,000 | 10,000 | 15,000 | Fixed Cost per Unit | $6.00 | $3.00 | $2.00 | Variable Costs: Variable costs change in direct proportion to the level of production. This means that total variable cost increase when more units are produced...
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MINITAB worksheet. Go to the eCollege Doc sharing site to download this data file. The names of each variable from the survey are in the first... row of the Worksheet. This row has a background color of gray to identify it as the variable names. All other rows of the MINITAB Worksheet represent a certain students’ answers to the survey questions. Therefore, the rows are called observations and the columns are called variables. Included with this lab, you will find a code sheet that identifies the correspondence...
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How does Length affect resistance? Coursework Aim To find out how the length of a wire can affect resistance.... Factors affecting resistance  Temperature  Length of wire  Thickness  Type Resistance is a force which opposes the flow of an electric current around a circuit so that energy is required to push the charged particles around the circuit. Resistance is measured in ohms. The symbol for an ohm is Ω Here is the rule for working out the...
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The movie I chose was “Walk the Line”. The biography chronicles the early lives of Johnny and June Carter Cash and the struggles... they dealt with in their personal lives and careers. Johnny (or J.R. as he was originally named) was one of Ray and Carrie Cash’s seven children and grew up on a poor cotton farm in rural Arkansas. As the movie begins, it introduces the viewer to Johnny’s mother, who taught him to sing gospel songs, his father, who was a heavy drinker and verbally abusive at times to...
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Investigation of how Changing the Volume of Water in a Container Affects Its Rate of Heat Loss Aim : To investigate how... changing the volume of water in a container affects its rate of its heat loss. The variable of this investigation is the volume of water which is put in the container. What I already know: I already know that the larger the volume of water there is the less heat loss occurs. I can tell this from my previous pilot experiment where I investigated, if the volume of water...
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Theory X and Theory Y Douglas McGregor (1906 - 1964) is one of the forefathers of management theory and one of the top business... thinkers of all time. He was a social psychologist who became the President of Antioch College. He later became a professor of management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (he was succeeded by Warren Bennis). His book The Human Side of Enterprise (1960) had a profound influence on the management field, largely due to his Theory X and Theory Y. McGregor developed...
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Gabriela Mistral’s, “Tiny Feet” A child’s tiny feet, Blue, blue with cold, How can they see and not protect... you? Oh, my God! (1-4) Tiny wounded feet, Bruised all over by pebbles, Abused by snow and soil! (5-7) Man, being blind, ignores that where you step, you leave A blossom of bright light, that where you have placed your bleeding little soles a redolent tuberose grows. (8-13) Since, however, you walk through the streets so straight, ...
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like the one in the diagram. a. How many lines of symmetry are there? Type your answer below. There are 4 line... of symmetry. b. Does the quilt square have rotational symmetry? If so, what is the angle of rotation? Type your answers below. The quilt square have rotational symmetry of 90. 2. Solve by simulating the problem. You have a 5-question multiple-choice test. Each question has four choices. You don’t know any of the answers. What is the experimental probability that...
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Two Variable Inequalities For this assignment the class was asked to solve problem 68 from page 539 of our textbook Elementary and... intermediate algebra (Dugopolski, 2012). Problem 68 tells the number of refrigerators and TV’s that will fit inside of an 18 wheeler truck. The class is asked to write an inequality to describe the region of the graph that is shaded in based upon these numbers. The class is then asked to solve a combination of problems to determine how many refrigerators and TV the...
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McGregor’s Theory X and Theory Y style of leadership and consider the types of organizations in which each style of leadership... might be most appropriate. Douglas McGregor devised his concept of Theory X and Theory Y in the USA in the 1950’s using a survey of managers, which he then proposed in his book, ‘The Human Side of Enterprise’ in the 1960’s. Theory X states that a manager distrusts his subordinates, believes they don’t enjoy work and therefore must be controlled. Theory Y, on the other hand...
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Biology Coursework ¡V Does The Light Intensity Affect the Rate of Photosynthesis The Investigation In this experiment I... will investigate the affect in which the light intensity will have on a plants photosynthesis process. This will be done by measuring the bubbles of oxygen and having a bulb for the light intensity variable. Variables The input variable which will be used in this investigation will be the light intensity (this will be a 100Watt bulb being moved closer and further away...
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spend on goods X and Y. The market prices of these two goods are Px = $15 and Py = $5. a. Draw the budget constraint. i.e... provide a carefully labeled diagram b. What is the market rate of substitution? Give an interpretation. c. Illustrate the consumer’s opportunity set in part a) above. d. Show how the consumer’s opportunity set changes if income increases by $300. e. Does the increase of income by $300 in part d) above alter the market rate of substitution between goods X and Y? Answer: a...
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trend. The data graph below plots the height on the y-axis and the year on the x-axis. Data Graph... 1 Height (cm) Height (cm) Year Year In Data Graph 1 the data shown represents the height in cm achieved by gold medalists in accordance to the year in which the Olympic games were held. The Graph shows a gradual increase in height as the years increase. The parameters shown in this are the heights, which can be measured during each year to show the rise. The constraints of this task are finding...
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been a number of different theories into the best way it can be done. This essay will give some background knowledge into those theories but... will primarily focus on McGregor’s development of his Theory X and Theory Y, incorporating how they evolved, what they are and how relevant they are to managers of the 21st century. The aim of this piece is to gain a better understanding of the theories of management developed by McGregor and how/if they are still being used today. Before the industrial revolution...
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This pack includes MAT 116 Assignment Functions and their Graphs Resource: Appendix E, MyMathLab® Due Date:... Day 7 [Individual forum and MyMathLab®] Complete Appendix E to apply the skills learned in Ch. 7 to a real-life situation. Use Equation Editor to write mathematical expressions and equations in Appendix E. Complete the Week Six Assignment: Ch. 7 Quiz in MyMathLab®. This assignment assesses content learned in Ch. 7. Mathematics - General Mathematics...
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Two-Variable Inequalities This week’s assignment will show how two-variable inequalities can be used in real-world scenarios by... using independent and dependent variables. This week’s assignment will use graph representations and show how the two-variable inequalities can be incorporated into several problems to show how many of each item trucks can ship without going over their weight limit. The first problem that I will be doing is #68 on page 539 (Dugopolski, 2012). Below, the graph shows the maximum...
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Executive Summary: Mark X Company is the maker of farm and specialty trailers. The company has fallen on difficult times and wants their... bank, Wells Fargo, to extend a loan for working capital and an expansion of their current facilities. Mark X feels this will help the company increase sales and therefore improve their financial situation. Wells Fargo is leery of extending any additional funds to Mark X based on their current financial situation and their most recent liquidity and debt ratios...
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– HOMEWORK (2013-2014) CLASS-X ENGLISH Section- A: BBC: Reading Comprehension: Ex.1, 2 & 3. Section- B: BBC: Writing Skills: E-mail 1 & 2;... Letter writing 1 & 2; Speech 1 & 2; Article 1& 2. Section- C: BBC: Grammar: Preposition, Voice, Speech, Tenses. Section- D: 1. Value based: Which poem do you appreciate the most – ‘The frog and the nightingale’ or ‘Mirror’? Why? Write the literary devices used in that poem. Write about the poet. (150 words) 2. Extrapolatory: Imagine that you are Miss Mebbin (Mrs...
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paid after an unknown amount of months have passed. Justify how you created those expressions, and identify what each term and... factor represents in terms of the cell phone plans. t = a+mn t = total amount paid a = activation fee m = monthly rate n = number of months Ameri-Mobile a = $75 m = $30 Cell-U-Later a = $100 m = $20 t = $75x$30n t = $100x$20n 1. Ellen works for a high-speed rail company that wants to develop a new rail line. Ellen’s project is to find a train that is the second fastest...
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dependent variable was result of implementation of a specific treatment plan or independent variable (Miltenberger, 2008). This paper... addresses the use of research design methods in a case study involving Martin, an ABA psychologist, who has implemented a treatment plan for his patient, a 14 year old girl named Sara that exhibits self-injurious behaviors. Case Study – Martin 1. What type of research design did Martin employ when working with Sara? Martin used a multiple baseline across behaviors...
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set of figures, or displayed visually as a line graph. Graphs can take an almost infinite variety of shapes, and... the language used to describe them is correspondingly rich. Accordingly, all that can be offered here is some general hints about the most common features. 1. Introducing the description Typically the description opens with a sentence indicating: i) the variable, ii) the time period, and perhaps iii) the units of measurement Examples: The graph/table illustrates changes/variations/movements...
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How to Improve Stamina in Basketball with Physical Exercises Basketball is a sport that needs high stamina, because basketball is a fast and... energetic sport. Adrenaline is high in every game makes heart rate beating faster and only people who have high stamina that can hold out to play until the end of the game. Basketball players have to train hard to build the stamina in order to the body does not get tired quickly when playing basketball. Basketball players can do many training to improve stamina...
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effects you are studying can only be determined by fitting a curve to your data. Curve fitting involves producing a statistically derived best-fit... line of data points on the graph; not a hand-drawn or estimated line connecting data points. Once you have plotted your data, a Plot # tab will appear at the top of the Plot Data screen. Clicking on this tab will take you to the curve-fitting functions of LeafLab and allow you to switch between plots that you generate. 1. Click on the Plot 1 tab to...
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EXERCISE 2STRAIGHT LINES Question 1: Write the equations for the x and y-axes. Answer : The... y-coordinate of every point on the x-axis is 0. Therefore, the equation of the x-axis is y = 0. The x-coordinate of every point on the y-axis is 0. Therefore, the equation of the y-axis is x = 0. Question 2: Find the equation of the line which passes through the point (–4, 3) with slope . Answer : We know that the equation of the line passing through point , whose slope is m, is . Thus, the equation...
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CHAPTER 18 Management of WAITING LINES KEY IDEAS 1. Waiting lines are an important consideration in capacity planning.... Waiting lines tie up additional resources (waiting space, time, etc.); they decrease the level of customer service: and they require additional capacity to reduce them. 2. Waiting lines occur whenever demand for service exceeds capacity (supply). Even in systems that are underloaded, waiting lines tend to form if arrival and service patterns are highly variable because...
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learned how to solve systems of equations. The solution to a system of linear equations is the point where the graphs of the... lines intersect. The solution to a system of linear inequalities is every point in a region of the graph where the inequalities overlap, rather than the point of intersection of the lines (Slavin, 2001). This week assignment required to solve problem 68 on page 539 (Dugopolski, 2012). I will be giving a detailed presentation on math required for the solution to this problem;...
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Imagine, written by John Lennon is one of my favorite songs because it is so peaceful and full of life, love, positive feelings and happiness.... Before analysing John’s work, I’d like to comment on the sophisticated structuring of this piece. Each of the three verses begins with "Imagine" and answers with an empathetic comment. And each verse is more challenging than the one before. So, we have: 1. Imagine there's no Heaven - It's easy if you try 2. Imagine there's no countries - It's not...
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Creating Graphs 1. Create a Pie Chart for the variable Car – Pull up Graph > Pie Chart and click in the categories variables... box so that the list of variables will show up on the left. Now double click on the variable name ‘Car” in the box at the left of the window. Include a title by clicking on the “Labels…” button and typing it in the correct text area (put your name in as the title) and click OK. Click OK again to create graph. Click on the graph and use Ctrl+C to copy and come back here...
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drained from NG tube in last 3 hours. Voiding dark amber urine without difficulty. Intake for last 24 hours is 2500mL. Output... is 2000mL including urine and NG drainage. Febrile and diaphoretic; BP 130/80; pulse 88; urine specific gravity 1.035; serum potassium 3.0 mEq/l; serum sodium 140mEq/l, CL 92mEq/l, Mg 1.4 mg/dL. 1.) Analyze the data in the case study. Do the findings indicate a fluid deficit or fluid excess problem? Support your answer with data from this patient. I would guess a fluid...
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How we use fractions everyday and don't even realize it (Math worksheets center) If you walk down the aisles of your local... mall you probably would get a third of the way there without coming in contact into a fraction in some way. After all, that walk down the aisle is a fraction: 1/3. Yes, we use fractions in one way or another in everyday life even though we may not completely realize it. For example, you use fractions every time you look at a clock. Yes, we know that quart past (1/4), half...
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“Let us therefore brace ourselves to our duties, and so bear ourselves that, if the British Empire and its Commonwealth last for a thousand years, men will... still say, ‘This was their finest hour.’” Winston Churchill More than seventy years have passed since the battles have ended, but World War II continues to resonate in the world today. After Poland, Norway, Denmark, Belgium, the Netherlands, and France fell one by one under Nazi control, the sole territory standing in between German political...
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TASK 1 Consider the following equation: MRSXY < PX/PY where MRS = marginal rate of substitution x and y are... two goods P = price < = is less than {draw:frame} The graph above shown us the indifference curve budget line diagram which explaining the equation MRSXY < P X / PY. There are two ways to measure the consumer preferences or what the consumer wants. The first one is by trying to put a ‘value’ on the satisfaction a consumer obtains from consuming...
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Murray November 4, 2013 TWO VARIABLE INEQUALITIES For this assignment, I am going to work with two-variable... inequalities and demonstrate the practical application of these inequalities. I am going to use a graph that shows the number of TV’s on the left side and the number of refrigerators on the bottom. Of course this would mean that my x axis is the bottom, and my y axis on the left. The line shows the combination of TV’s and refrigerators that the truck can hold. ...
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Lecture Notes CMSC 251 CMSC 251: Algorithms1 Spring 1998 Dave Mount Lecture 1: Course Introduction (Tuesday, Jan 27, 1998) Read: Course syllabus and... Chapter 1 in CLR (Cormen, Leiserson, and Rivest). What is algorithm design? Our text deﬁnes an algorithm to be any well-deﬁned computational procedure that takes some values as input and produces some values as output. Like a cooking recipe, an algorithm provides a step-by-step method for solving a computational problem. A good understanding...
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Demographers have named the different generations around today as Veterans, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Generation Y and... Generation Z.Here I’ve tried to analyze Gen X & Gen Y. GEN X The moniker Generation X was coined by Douglas Coupland, who chose the unknown variable “X” to describe a generation that defies definition.Members of Generation X are largely in their 30’s and early 40’s. On the whole, they are more ethnically diverse and...
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In what ways does Larkin's poetry show his attitude to death? In Philip Larkin's poetry there is a profound sense of unease about... death. Larkin, throughout his poetry, obviously contemplates the inevitable end that is death. In his poetry Larkin uses great observational skills, noting and writing about everyday circumstances in cinematic detail. With death, though, Larkin has nothing to observe. He cannot draw any precise conclusions about something that he has not directly experienced. I think,...
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assistant This document is not meant to be a substitute for... a formal laboratory report. The Lab Report Assistant is simply a summary of the experiment’s questions, diagrams if needed, and data tables that should be addressed in a formal lab report. The intent is to facilitate student’s writing of lab reports by providing this information in an editable file which can be sent to an instructor obseRvations & QUestions...
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Stopwatch Sticky tape Metre rule String THEORY As in Jacaranda HSC Science Physics 2 p.54 In this experiment when the rubber bung is moving... in a circular motion and the string it is tied to moves neither up or down a constant radius is being maintained. For this to be true the centripetal force must equal the gravitational force hence Mv"/r = mg from this v"/r =mg/M and v" ∞ r therefore as v increases so does r and vice versa. Where m = Mass of mass carrier + masses (kg) g = acceleration due to...
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