INVERSE FUNCTIONS Composition and Inverse Functions Kimberly Harris MAT 222 Week 5 Assignment Instructor: Donna Wall July 18, 2014 Composition and Inverse Functions In this week’s assignment I am given three Composition and Inverse Functions. Functions gives an opportunity for manipulating experiences using different values. What these values does is to help business owners and others the opportunity to compare rates and dates. Functions can extend independent (x) and dependent...
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rest mass of the particle and c is the speed of light in a vacuum. Find the inverse function of f and explain its meaning. Solution. We simply solve for v: m= m0 1− v 2 /c2 =⇒ m 1 − v 2 /c2 = m0 =⇒ m2 1 − v2 c2 = m2 0 m2 v2 =⇒ 1 − 2 = 0 c m2 =⇒ v2 m2 =1− 0 c2 m2 m0 m m0 m 2 =⇒ v 2 = c2 1 − 2 =⇒ v = ±c 1 − Our new function v(m) gives velocity v as a function of m. In particular, v(m) gives the velocity (as measured by a relatively stationary observer) that an object of rest...
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Quadratic Functions Read the following instructions in order to complete this assignment: 1. Solve problem 56 on pages 666-667 of Elementary and Intermediate Algebra. 2. Write a two to three page paper that is formatted in APA style and according to the Math Writing Guide. Format your math work as shown in the example and be concise in your reasoning. In the body of your essay, please make sure to include: o An explanation of the basic shape and location of the graph and what it tells us...
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Graphs and Function What is the relation between the graphs and function and how was it applied in the real world? Graphs are frequently used in national magazines and newspaper to present information about things such as the world’s busiest airports (O’Hare in China is first, Heathrow in London is sixth), about the advertising-dollar receivers in the United States (newspaper are first, radio is fourth) and about NCAA men’s golf team title winner (Yael is first, Houston is second). The...
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Functions and graphing functions Basics: A function is a rule that changes input into output A relation is any set of ordered pairs A function is defined as a set of ordered pairs in which no two ordered pairs have the same element A function must give exactly one unique output for each input Also called a mapping or simply a map The set of input numbers is called the domain The set of output numbers is called the range The set of all possible outputs is called the co-domain The range is generally...
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computers are infected. What is the probability that 3 randomly chosen client computers serviced by different servers (one per server) will all be infected? The probability that Alice’s RSA signature on a document is forged is () What is the probability that out of 4 messages sent by Alice to Bob at least one is not forged? Event A is selecting a “red” card from a standard deck at random. Suggest another event (Event B) that is compatible with Event A. What is the probability of getting...
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What is Production Function? Definition and Explanation: , Production of goods requires resources or inputs. These inputs are called factors of production named as land, labor, capital and organization. A rational producer is always interested that he should get the maximum output from the set of resources or inputs available to him. He would like to combine these inputs in a technical efficient manner so that he obtains maximum desired output of goods. The relationship between the inputs and...
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GRAPH OF LINEAR FUNCTIONS Teacher’s Guide Description This Teacher Support Material is designed to provide students with hands on activity relative to teaching linear functions. Rationale It has been observed that students find difficulty in graphing linear functions because students cannot relate previous knowledge of linear equations in their Intermediate Algebra to linear functions in Advance Algebra. This TSM is designed to help students graph linear function effectively. ...
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How to Work with Dummy Independent Variables Chapter 8 is devoted to dummy (independent) variables. This How To answers common questions on working with and interpreting dummy variables. Questions: 1) How to include dummy variables in a regression? 2) How to interpret a coefficient on a dummy variable? 3) How to test hypotheses with dummy variables and interaction terms? 4) How to create a double-log functional form with dummy variables? 5) How to interpret a coefficient...
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Lesson 08.11 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Activity Materials: Bowl 100 dimes Laptop Geogebra Microsoft word Pencil Paper Procedure: Count the total number of pieces of candy, coins, or whatever object you have chosen and record this number in the chart shown below. Total Number of Objects Spill this object on the flat surface and count the number of objects which land face up and the number of objects which land face down. Record each number in the chart above in the row...
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$1000 with probability 0.7. What is this person’s expected gain? 4.10 Two tire-quality experts examine stacks of tires and assign a quality rating to each tire on a 3-point scale. Let X denote the rating given by expert A and Y denote the rating given by B. The following table gives the joint distribution for X and Y . 4.12 If a dealer’s proﬁt, in units of $5000, on a new automobile can be looked upon as a random variable X having the density function fx= 21-x,0<x<10,elsewhere ﬁnd the average...
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Introduction This assignment focuses on the cost functions of the Dutch Railways. In this tutorial will be an estimated cost function developed for the Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS). This cost function (expressed in Dutch Guilders) is based on the period of Year 1951 till Year 1993. This due to certain developments that made it more difficult to come to a good approach of a cost function. Based on the cost function, developed in this tutorial, there will be an answer provided on the question whether...
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Spreadsheet Exercises Using Excel Learning Objective: These exercises are designed to familiarize you with a spreadsheet application software called MS Excel. After the completion of the lab, you should be able to: 1. work with MS Excel or other spreadsheet programs 2. use functions and formulas in a spreadsheet application software for calculation 3. explain what functions and formulas are, how they work, and the difference between them Formulas Well, a formula is a simple calculation...
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LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS I.EXPONENTIAL FUNCTION A. Definition An exponential function is a function defined by f(x) = ax , where a > 0 and a ≠ 1. The domain of the function is the set of real numbers and the range is the set of positive numbers. B. Evaluating Exponential Functions 1. Given: f(x) = 2x, find a. f(3) = ____ b. f(5) = _____ c. f(-2) = ______ d. f(-4) = ______ 2. Evaluate f(x) = ( 1)x if 2 a. x = 2 ____ b. x = 4 _____ c. x = -3 ______ d. x = -4 _______ ...
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CHAPTER 4 : FUNCTIONS AND THEIR GRAPHS 4.1 Definition of Function A function from one set X to another set Y is a rule that assigns each element in X to one element in Y. 4.1.1 Notation If f denotes a function from X to Y, we write 4.1.2 Domain and range X is known as the domain of f and Y the range of f. (Note that domain and range are sets.) 4.1.3 Object and image If and , then x and y are known respectively as the objects and images of f. We can write , , . We can represent...
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CIRCULAR FUNCTIONS A different name of an angle is circular functions. Communicate the direction of a triangle to the length of the surface of a triangle. Trigonometric functions are important of triangles and form episodic occurrence, along with many complementary applications. Trigonometric functions have a wide range of uses including calculating indefinite lengths along with angles in triangles. Trigonometric functions are normally specific as ratios of two sides of a right triangle including...
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Section 5.2 Trigonometric Functions of Real Numbers The Trigonometric Functions EXAMPLE: Use the Table below to ﬁnd the six trigonometric functions of each given real number t. π π (a) t = (b) t = 3 2 1 EXAMPLE: Use the Table below to ﬁnd the six trigonometric functions of each given real number t. π π (a) t = (b) t = 3 2 Solution: (a) From the Table, we see that the terminal point determined by √ t = √ is P (1/2, 3/2). Since the coordinates are x = 1/2 and π/3 y = 3/2, we have √ √ π 3 3/2 √...
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Notes/Python/input() function/X/YK input() function Programs are written for data processing. In general, the data is input from the user. For example, when you buy some items from a shop, the person at the bill counter enters the data (item code and quantity) of each item using keyboard or bar code reader into the computer. The bill is generated based on this data and the data (Rate, Item name etc) which is already fed into the computer. As another example, we can take report card printing system...
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Show your work. Required Problems: 1) Find the slope of the following functions at X = 3. a. Y = 4 + 3X2 b. Y = 5X + 6X3 c. Y = 6X d. Y = (6X + 3)2 / 4X 2) If a firm’s Total Cost equation is TC = 200 + 3Q + 7Q2: a. What is the equation for the firm’s marginal cost? b. What is the firm’s marginal cost when Q =1? Q= 5? 3) At the Peoria Company, the relationship between profit and output is as follows: ...
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scalar field function Scalar Function: Generally, What Is Scalar Function? The Answer Is that a scalar function may be defined as A function of one or more variables whose range is one-dimensional, as compared to a vector function, whose range is three-dimensional (or, in general, -dimensional). Scalar Field When We Talk about Scalar Field, We Are Talking about the Scalar Function Being Applied to a Space (More like Euclenoid Space etc) or, a scalar field associates a scalar value to every...
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Everyone’s hope is to have a happy family. A closely knitted family will ensure the well-being of the community and hence the nation. Below is an example of Zulkefli and Aminah’s family tree. Answer the questions below based on the family tree given. Diagram 1 a) Based on Diagram 1, list at least 5 different sets (Example : set of sons). b) Based on Diagram 1, draw at least three arrow diagrams to show the relation of the family. Hence, i) determine...
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The Four Functions of Management Management is the process of working with other and capital to achieve organizational goals. Also management is defining as creative problem solving. This creative problem solving is accomplished through the four functions of management: planning, organizing, leading and controlling. The intended result is the use of an organization's resources in a way that finish its mission and objectives. Every good manager, supervisor or leader does those tings both effectively...
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2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2001 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Course Description This course provides an understanding of the effective integration of technology to improve organizational performance. Students will learn how to evaluate strategies for utilizing technology to support personal and organizational growth. Additionally, students will examine the increasing influence of e-commerce on the role of managers in the workforce. Impacts of the effective integration of technology...
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5)) Modularity Using Functions Question 1: (Practice) a. Write a function named check() that has three parameters. The first parameter should accept an integer number, and the second and third parameters should accept a double precision number. The function body should just display the values of data passed to the function when it’s called. b. Include the function written in Exercise 2a in a working program. Make sure your function is called from main(). Test the function by passing various...
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Session 1 – Review Human Resource Functions Strategic Plans A Strategic Plan is a comprehensive plan in relation to the organisation’s goals and objectives. A Strategic Plan is usually developed with a period of 3 to 5 years in mind. The Strategic Plan should include the overall Mission, Vision and Values (covered later in this material) of the organisation along with targets for the accomplishments the organisation expects to achieve. The Strategic Plan should outline specific measures that ...
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20 April 2013 Rebecca Fuller How Your Managers Can Contribute to Organisational Performance The ‘Four Management’ Functions * Contents Page 1.0 Introduction Pg. 2 2.0 Management Functions Pg. 3 3.0 Example 1 – RedBalloon Pg. 4 4.0 Example 2 – Best Buys Pg. 5 5.0 Conclusion Pg. 6 6.0 Bibliography Pg. 7 * 1.0 Introduction This report attempts to evaluate the ways in which managers can contribute to organisational performance...
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How groups develop and function This essay examines and explains how groups develop and function. Groups are a fundamental part of our lives from social to professional, from large to small, depending on their particular environment. Theories and models on group work practice There are different theories that help us understand how group works. Tuckman’s theory Dr Bruce Tuckman published his Forming Storming Norming Performing model in 1965. He added a fifth stage, Adjourning, in the...
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will help you to: Define the four management functions. Describe a mission statement and how it relates to the management hierarchy. Explain the process of delegating. Define authority, power, responsibility, and accountability. Identify the decisions a supervisor must make and the process used to make decisions. Discuss techniques for developing diversity in an organization. Mission and Management Hierarchy We continue to explore the job of a supervisor by examining...
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Quiz 6 • Random Variables and Discrete Probability Distributions • Go over CD 5.1, 5.5 instruct and practice mode also. Copyright © 2005 Brooks/Cole, a division of Thomson Learning, Inc. Copyright © 2005 Brooks/Cole, a division of Thomson Learning, Inc. Random Variables… A random variable is a function or rule that assigns a number to each outcome of an experiment. X = number of heads when the experiment is flipping a coin 20 times. C = the daily change in a stock price. R = the number...
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Departmental Function 1. Functions of Human Resource Department Human Resources Department has come to be recognized as an inherent part of management, which is concerned with the human resources of an organization. Totally the department function is to make sure the mission and vision of company are achieved. First function of the department that is the most fundamental roles is recruitment of employees. This function is to sourcing candidate, which means looking for prospective...
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Chapter 2: Linear Functions Chapter one was a window that gave us a peek into the entire course. Our goal was to understand the basic structure of functions and function notation, the toolkit functions, domain and range, how to recognize and understand composition and transformations of functions and how to understand and utilize inverse functions. With these basic components in hand we will further research the specific details and intricacies of each type of function in our toolkit and use...
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Functions and Management The four functions of management are, planning, organizing, leading and controlling. The commonality of these four functions is that they are the base of the foundation and work in concert with one another to create a successful organization. Managers at different levels will apply these functions as it pertains to their area of management, for example at the last company I worked for we had multiple layers, part of the management layer was Regional Directors (responsible...
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designed for you to demonstrate your understanding of systems of linear equations. Before starting, read the entire project outline and requirements. During this project you are to do the following: 1) Pair up with a partner and create a business that sells one commodity of your choice (points for creativity). 2) Create a Market Research Survey that will be used to survey 50 students to help you discover what potential customers are looking for in the product your group will create and sell. The...
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EXPONENTIAL AND LOGARITHMS FUNCTIONS (534) 2.1 Exponential functions and their graph Definition An exponential function with base b is defined by the equation [pic] Or [pic] ([pic] [pic]and x is a real number) The domain of any exponential function is the interval ([pic] The range is the interval [pic] Example 1: Graph the exponential function [pic] Example 2: Graph the exponential function [pic] Properties of exponential functions 1. The domain...
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The Functions of Management There may be many ways for an organization to become successful but the key to success is not the system of the firm but the character and skills of the individual manager (Maister, 2002). Maister further stated that the character and skill of individual managers who "practice what they preach" and recognize the manager's role in training employees are what's really significant. Management is necessary for a business to function, yet when exploring the role of the...
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Assessment 03.04 Module Three Quiz Below, you are given a mapping diagram. Create and justify a relation that represents a function with the given range. Write your answers as ordered pairs. Create and justify a relation that does not represent a function with the given range. Write your answers as ordered pairs. Find the equation of the line in the graph and mathematically model the scenario using function notation where cost is a function of number of minutes. A textbook company keeps...
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ASSIGNMENT - “Section” 5.1, page 182. (1) Write the general form of a linear function involving five independent variables. (2) Assume that the salesperson in Example 1 (page 177) has a salary goal of $800 per week. If product B is not available one week, how many units of product A must be sold to meet the salary goal? If product A is unavailable, how many units be sold of product B? (3) Assume in Example 1 (page 177) that the salesperson receives a bonus when combined sales from the two...
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Using Excel=s Solver Tool in Portfolio Theory Excel contains a tool called the Asolver@ that lets you maximize or minimize functions subject to general constraints. We will use this tool to compute the global minimum variance portfolio and the tangency portfolio for the three-firm example (see the spreadsheet 3firm.xls). The spreadsheet for this tutorial is called solverex.xls. The data for this example are given in the following table Stock 1 2 3 E[R] 0.229 0.138 0.052 VAR(R) 0.924 0.862 0.528...
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The Functions of Management Introduction The success of an organization’s performance consists of applying four functions in management which include: planning, organizing, leading and controlling. Management Functions This paper will discuss four management functions: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. All of these functions are what every conscientious manager does whether he or she knows it and have the same importance in creating excellent results. The purpose...
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Nonfiction Analysis The Brain and How We Believe Authors Andrew Newberg and Mark Robert Waldman set a new scale on defining beliefs and their origins in their book Born to Believe. They take where beliefs come from to the next level with in-depth explanations of where they form in the brain and how most beliefs are even thought of. There are different types of people, different types of believers, and different beliefs in which they explain why we are who we are. While neurologists have been...
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------------------------------------------------- Program Plan: * Create a class Pizza * Define the variables * Provide methods to get and set these variables ------------------------------------------------- /*********************************************************************** The program Pizza.java creates a class Pizza and defines methods to get and set variables in the class ***********************************************************************/ Program: //creating...
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Form Helps Function Vs. Form Follows Function. Ever since the phrase ‘form follows function’ was coined in 1896 and more so since the creation of the Bauhaus, it has been believed by many that the less is more approach is the best way to go about design. That, if you make a product to do its sole purpose, with no bells and whistles and just the bare bones of design, that that is good design. Now I am not saying that this is wrong or that it is a bad thing, that style of design has its own merits and...
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THE MOMENTS OF A RANDOM VARIABLE Definition: Let X be a rv with the range space Rx and let c be any known constant. Then the kth moment of X about the constant c is defined as Mk (X) = E[ (X c)k ]. (12) In the field of statistics only 2 values of c are of interest: c = 0 and c = . Moments about c = 0 are called origin moments and are denoted by k, i.e., k = E(Xk ), where c = 0 has been inserted into equation (12). Moments about the...
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Application of linear functions in Economics (or) Application of straight lines in Economics The linear function is one in which ‘y’ is the first degree expression in ‘x’, i.e., y = ax + b. The graph of this function is a straight line. The co-efficient of x represents the slope of the line. If a > 0, then the lines are upward sloping, and if a < 0, then the lines are downward sloping Let us explain certain linear equations used in Economics and business. 1. Linear cost curves ...
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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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used in order to give or receive knowledge. For the purpose of this essay, language will be defined as an agreed method of communication that is either spoken or written, or intentionally transmitted through body language. The word “control”, in the statement above will be treated in the sense of “to regulate” or “to govern”. The statement means that perception, emotion and reason cannot function independently from language. Language plays an integral role in their ability to function. The statement...
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Functions of Journalism In early 1999, Gourav Jaswal conducted a session on the functions of journalism for the editorial team of Chip magazine. These are the raw notes I made during that class. Functions of journalism: Inform Interpret Mold opinion Enable decision making Agent of change Entertain Writing: Reader Interest Accuracy Objectivity Credibility Readability Significance Clarity Personality Cause the reader to: Stop Be interested Think ...
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A function is a relation in which each element of the domain is paired with exactly one element in the range. Two types of functions are the exponential functions and the logarithmic functions. Exponential functions are the functions in the form of y = ax, where ''a'' is a positive real number, greater than zero and not equal to one. Logarithmic functions are the inverse of exponential functions, y = loga x, where ''a'' is greater to zero and not equal to one. These functions have certain differences...
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FUNCTIONS OF SPEECH COMMUNICATION Communication caters to 'change'. It is through the involvement with and the development of communication that, along the periods of ages, human beings evolved from the caves of the stone age to the present world of sophistication and glamour. The changes brought about by communication to the human society can be explained with reference to the functions of communication propounded by Seal MacBride. INFORMATION: The accessibility to the information brought about...
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Functions of Public Relation It has been reported that Public Relations or PR is the art of managing communication between an organization and its key publics to build, manage and sustain a positive image (“”, 2006), and is an important function in the desire of any business organization or company to establish its reputation and brand image to its target market. For this reason, it is essential to determine the several functions of public relations, categorized as organizational and societal. This...
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Marian Small Lead Author Chris Kirkpatrick Authors Barbara Alldred • Andrew Dmytriw • Shawn Godin Angelo Lillo • David Pilmer • Susanne Trew • Noel Walker Australia Canada Mexico Singapore Spain United Kingdom United States Functions 11 Series Author and Senior Consultant Marian Small Lead Author Chris Kirkpatrick Authors Barbara Alldred, Andrew Dmytriw, Shawn Godin, Angelo Lillo, David Pilmer, Susanne Trew, Noel Walker Contributing Authors Kathleen Kacuiba, Ralph Montesanto...
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Functions of the schedule of reinforcement in organization The schedule of reinforcement must be has in an organization. It is very important to any of the organization. Schedule of reinforcement is also an important component of learning process. A schedule of reinforcement is normally a rule stating that an organization’s instances of behavior can be reinforced. An organization’s behavior is acquired whether is fast or slow can be determine by the schedule of reinforcement. In addition, the strength...
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------------------------------------------------- Functions of Mass Communication W right (1960) characterizes seven functions of mass communication that offer insight into its role in our lives. * Surveillance. The first function of mass communication is to serve as the eyes and ears for those of us seeking information about our world. When we want to find out the latest news about what’s happening, we can turn on the television, surf the internet, or read a newspaper or magazine. We rely on mass communication for...
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Functions of advertising Advertising It is non personal presentation and promotion of ideas, products or services in paid farm by identified sponsor through any media is termed as advertising. Main functions of advertisement The first and important function is to increase in volume of sales of product and services. It can be achieve by adopting following steps. 1. Information The first function of advertisement is to generate awareness about what is offering by the company. All the information...
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7 Project ll One of the most common models of population growth is the exponential model. These models use functions of the torm p(t) : po€rt, wherep6 is the initial population and r > 0 is the rate constant. Because exponential models describe unbounded growth, they are unrealistic over long periods of time. Due to shortages of space and resources, all populations must eventually have decreasing grovtrth rates. Logistic growth models allow for exponential growth when the population is small...
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Quadratic Function MCR3U1 (Nature of the Roots) MINDS ON... The demand to create automotive parts is increasing. BMW developed three different methods to develop these parts. The profit function for each method is given below, where y is the profit and x is the quantity of parts sold in thousands: PROCESS A: P(x) = -0.5x2 + 3.2x –5.12 PROCESS B: P(x) = -0.5x2 + 4x – 5.12 PROCESS C: P(x) = -0.5x2 + 2.5x – 3.8 The graphs of the corresponding profit functions are shown...
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Topic 2 (ii): Nature and Function of Language “Non-verbal communication tends to provide the context of verbal communication and has the power to disambiguate or invalidate the content of linguistic expressions”, (Krippendorff, 1986) Discuss and provide relevant evidence to justify your arguments. The concept of communication as Shannon & Weaver brought about is “all the procedures by which one mind may affect another. Communication is universal and involves not only written and oral speech...
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13 - EXAMPLES ON TRANSFER FUNCTIONS, POLES AND ZEROS Example 1 Determine the transfer function of the mass-spring-damper system. The governing differential equation of a mass-spring-damper system is given by m x + c x + kx = F . Taking the Laplace transforms of the above equation (assuming zero initial conditions), we have ms 2 X ( s ) + csX ( s ) + kX ( s ) = F ( s ), X ( s) 1 ⇒ = . 2 F ( s ) ms + cs + k Equation (1) represents the transfer function of the mass-spring-damper system. Example 2 Consider...
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are defined, we can move on to describe management in terms of its four functions. These functions are identified as planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. How well managers perform these key functions determines whether a business is successful. Planning, in its simplest form, is establishing organizational goals and objectives and deciding how to accomplish them. It is the primary function, often referred as the "first" management function because all the management functions depend on planning...
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