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  • Forecasting: Weighted Mean and Exponential Smoothing
     Forecasting HSM/260 January 17, 2014 Janice Gilstorff Forecasting Exercise 9.1 Forecasting is a guess of what the financial future holds (production output or sales). In the scenario in the book exercise 9.1 they want you to forecast what the 20X5 figures would be. It does give you some background information, such as the Human services expenses over the past four years. 20X1 [$5,250,000] 20X2 [$5,500,000] 20X3 [$6,000,000] 20X4...
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  • Grades: Weighted Mean and Lab Points
    A. Use breakpoints to enter the grading scale in the correct structure on the Documentation worksheet, and the name the grading scale range Grades. The grading scale is as follows: 95+ | A | 90-94.9 | A- | 87-89.9 | B+ | 83-86.9 | B | 80-82.9 | B- | 77-79.9 | C+ | 73-76.9 | C | 70-72.9 | C- | 67-69.9 | D+ | 63-66.9 | D | 60-62.9 | D- | 0-59.9 | F | B. Calculate the total lab points earned for the first student in cell T8 in the Grades worksheet. The first student...
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  • Arithmetic Mean and Program - 1086 Words
    Write which populates an array with integer values read from a file. The program must take the items in the array and reverse them. You may use one array only to solve this problem. Write a program that array and determine how many times each integer was generated. Use a second array of size 101 to keep track of the number of times each integer was generated. Initialize each item in the second array to 0. For each item in the first array, use it as the index into the second array and...
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  • Arithmetic Mean and Excellent Banks
    Measuring Service Quality Using SERVQUAL Introduction Measuring the quality of a service can be a very difficult exercise. Unlike product where there are specific specifications such as length, depth, width, weight, colour etc. a service can have numerous intangible or qualitative specifications. In addition there is there expectation of the customer with regards the service, which can vary considerably based on a range of factors such as prior experience, personal needs and what other...
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  • Awkwardly Awkward - 6599 Words
    CHAPTER I PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Background of the Study Class recitation is an important aspect on student learning. When students speak up in class, they learn to express their ideas in a way that others can understand. When they ask questions, they learn how to obtain information to enhance their own understanding of a topic. It helps students make deep, meaningful connections in the mind that are important in learning. Class recitation also is a valuable learning tool for the...
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  • Designing A Pay Structure Im 9
    INSTRUCTOR’S MANUAL Designing A Pay Structure Case Study and Integrated Application Exercises Designing A Pay Structure By Lisa A. Burke, Ph.D., SPHR Instructor’s Manual TOTAL REWARDS ©2008 SHRM Lisa Burke, Ph.D., SPHR 1 INSTRUCTOR’S MANUAL Designing A Pay Structure 2 ©2008 SHRM Lisa Burke, Ph.D., SPHR Case Study and Integrated Application Exercises Designing A Pay Structure Designing a Pay Structure About this Case Learning Objectives In this case, upper-level undergraduate or...
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  • Marriott Case - 1310 Words
    Executive Summary We found the weighted average cost of capital for Marriott as a whole to be 9.68%. The divisions of Lodging, Contract Services and Restaurants had WACCs of 8.14%, 13.33%, and 9.63% respectively. The only variable between these divisions that remains consistent is the tax rate. Marriott has a target rate for each of the divisions’ capital structures, which affects their debt and equity betas. Also, there are stark differences between the betas in the segments, as well as...
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  • University Book Store Computer Purchase Program
    iii) University Book Store Student Computer Purchase Program 1. Background. The Busy Biker is a bike shop located close to Tokyo University and owned by Nomura Hideki. He began the shop 20 years ago and sell new and second hand bicycle after fixing it too. The Business grew and demand continued to increase. Nomura must determine how many bicycles he need to have in stock at every beginning of semester. Below here is the data that help Nomura to forecast and to know how...
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  • The Working Skills of Sitio Bacao
    “The Working Skills of Sitio Bacao Residents and their Financial Capability to Accumulate Income” An Undergraduate Research Study Presented to The Faculty of the Institute of Higher Studies College of the Immaculate Conception Cabanatuan City in partial fulfillment of the Requirements for the degree Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Financial Management By: Kathreen Joy R. Santos Baby Lyn D. Francisco Jensine Kate M. Balber APPROVAL SHEET This research...
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  • Cowgirl Chocolates - 170 Words
    1. 2. Breakeven=Total Fixed Expenses/Weighted Average Selling Price-Weighted Average Variable Expenses Using Suggested Retail Prices: Weight Average Selling price= (2.99x50%)+(6.95X16%)+(14.95x12%)+(5.95x10%)+(2.95x7%)+(8.95x1%)+(24.95x1%)+(39.95x1%)+(59.95x1%)+(19.50X1%) =1.495+1.112+1.794+.595+.2065+.0895+.2495+.3995+.5995+.195 =$6.7355 Weighted Average Variable Expenses= (1.16x50%)+(2.35X16%)+(4.78x12%)+(2.5x10%)+(.97x7%)+(2.95x1%)+(9.05x1%)+(11.02x1%)+(23.06x1%)+(7.42X1%)...
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  • Teachers’ Personality Traits: Its Impact to the Academic Performance of the Grade Vi – Pupils of University of Rizal System Tanay Main Campus
    Chapter 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction Personality refers to the total person. It is the expression of what you are and what you do. The core of each individual is the product of all responses that are expressed in everyday living. It includes the things that you say as well as think in many different situations that you constantly meet. Teachers play a crucial role in the learning of the pupils. They are the agents of social changes, facilitators of desirable...
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  • Gwapo Ko - 1552 Words
    CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM AND ITS SCOPE RATIONALE OF THE STUDY Enrollment serves as a vital part in the life of every student upon entering schools or universities, either public of in private. It gives the students the impression on how the whole institute manages and manipulates the entire body. Moreover, enrollment serves as the first experience of all students by which he/she takes part either individually or with company of a parent or some relatives. Good enrollment is...
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  • Contributory Factors to Passing Licensure Examination for Teachers at the College of the Immaculate Conception, Cabanatuan City, Philippines
    ABSTRACT Contributory Factors to the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) Performance among the 2008 Education Graduates of the College of the Immaculate Conception By Dr. Milagros B. Cortez and Dr. Rosalita M. Licup The College of the Immaculate Conception (CIC) is known for its high quality teacher education. The college provided the province of Nueva Ecija with quality teachers in terms of teaching proficiency coupled with religious background. However, CIC is now facing...
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  • Chapter 4 - 2246 Words
    Chapter IV PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS ANS INTERPRETATION OF DATA This chapter presents the analysis and interpretation of data to determine the feasibility of the proposed record keeping sytem for Department of Environment and Natural Resources. 1. The proposed Recordkeeping System developed and described based on the following stages: 2.1 Functionality The data in table 2 shows the respondents evaluation. The systems got a highest point “The system uses passwords to protect...
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  • Tennis Ball Drop - 328 Words
    Joshua Cooper Jonathan Cooper Tyler Allrutz 1/16/14 Physics Tennis Ball Inquiry Goal Purpose When received this lab we had to come up with an experiment that would have to involve testing two tennis balls but one of the tennis ball had to be altered in one way. The way we tested the tennis ball was by dropping them from a certain height and seeing how high they bounce back up. We then would make a graph and then see the relationship between the data. Once finding the relationship we...
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  • Statistics - 335 Words
    Master of Business Administration – MBA Semester I Subject code – MB0040 Subject Name – Statistics For Management Assignment Set – 1 Q.1. Why it is necessary to summarise date? Explain the approaches available to summarize the data distributions? Q.2. Explain the purpose of tabular presentation of statistical data. Draft a form of tabulation t show the distribution of population according to i) Community by age, ii) Literacy, iii) Sex, and iv) Marital status. Q.3. Give a brief note of...
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  • Factors Affecting Mathematics Performance of Laboratory High School Students at Laguna State Polytechnic University Academic Year 2009-2010
    FACTORS AFFECTING MATHEMATICS PERFORMANCE OF LABORATORY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AT LAGUNA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC YEAR 2009-2010 A Research Presented to the Faculty of the College of Education Laguna State Polytechnic University Siniloan (Host) Campus Siniloan, Laguna In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Mathematics JENNILYN F. BALBALOSA 2010 LAGUNA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY Siniloan Host Campus...
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  • Online Grading System - 4404 Words
    IMPLEMENTING OF ONLINE GRADING SYSTEM IN INFORMATICS INTERNATIONAL DILIMAN COLLEGE A Thesis Presented to the Faculty of Informatics International College Diliman In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Courses Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and Diploma in Computer Studies Major in Networking Patrick B. Morata, BSIT, ADCS Major in Networking {March 11, 2007} THESIS APPROVAL SHEET {2 spaces...
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    DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION No of responance 80 TOOLS OF THE ANALYSIS Simple percentage calculation, multiple correlation and weighted average method are the statistical tools used for the analysis. What is the level of contribution do you think you contributed towards the success of the company and your team. Level of contribution No of responance percentage I think my contribution was huge 40 50% I think I might have contributed to an extent...
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  • A Study on Customer satisfaction towards Organised Retailing in Madurai City
    A Study on Customer satisfaction towards Organised Retailing in Madurai City Abstract This paper mainly focuses on describing the customer satisfaction towards organised retailing in Madurai city. Besides presenting its structure and format this study highlights the customer satisfaction regarding organised stores. It enlists the factors contribute the consumer satisfaction. It comes out with valuable suggestions based on findings. 1. INTRODUCTION In the recent years the retail sector...
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  • Chi Towns - 260 Words
    Week 4 Discussion Questions By: Efrain Gonzalez FIN/370 June 26, 2012 Ghassan Rahal 1) What are main elements in calculating the cost of capital? How does an increase in debt affect it? How do you identify an organization’s optimal cost of capital? a) The main elements in calculating the cost of capital is the opportunity cost of all capital invested in an enterprise. b) An increase in debt affects it because the cost of debt capital is equivalent to the actual or imputed...
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  • thesis - 4314 Words
    CHAPTER I: THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND This chapter is generally composed of Introduction, Background of the study, Theoretical and Conceptual Framework, Statement of the Problem, Assumption and Hypothesis, Significance of the Study, Scope and Limitation of the Study, and Definition of Terms. INTRODUCTION Philippines State College of Aeronautics (PhilSCA) is one of the best Aeronautical schools in the Philippines that provide highly educated students. The college provides the best they...
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  • Finance Corporate Question 24
    24. We can use the debt-equity ratio to calculate the weights of equity and debt. The debt of the company has a weight for long-term debt and a weight for accounts payable. We can use the weight given for accounts payable to calculate the weight of accounts payable and the weight of long-term debt. The weight of each will be: Accounts payable weight = .15/1.15 = .13 Long-term debt weight = 1/1.15 = .87 Since the accounts payable has the same cost as the overall WACC, we can write the equation...
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  • factors affecting the academic performance of grade 8 students of St. Ferdinand College S.Y 2013-2014
    Chapter I THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction Learning is a lifetime process. Continuous learning provides student with more knowledge, broader understanding of facts and better insight in life that will make an individual responsible and a good outlook in life. It is believed that academic status is a primary indicator of such learning. Through numerical ratings, the level of student’s learning in academics may be determined. If a learner earns high numerical rating it is an...
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  • ffffg - 530 Words
    Name: _________________________________________ Strategic Management Process/External Assessment PART 2 What: Utilize information you have learned from previous courses and this course (GLO-BUS, readings, class discussions) to formulate your responses Why: To help prepare you for what you will need to do for your individual reports How: Follow the instructions for each section and brainstorm within your group Section 1: Three important Questions 1. Select a company:...
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  • CHAPTER I - 9338 Words
    CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM AND ITS RELATED LITERATURE Introduction Students’ academic performance in college according to many studies has been considered as one of the factors or indicators that can define the person’s potential success in the future. According to Shokrail-Rees (2003), the development of positive self-esteem and high academic achievement can lead to an improved quality of life. We may say, that there maybe people who have reached success in life without going to school or...
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  • Early Pregnancy - 684 Words
    ABSTRACT Research Title: Researchers: Type of Document: School: Address: Degree: Number of pages: School Year: Statement of the Problem The thesis intends to study the cases of early motherhood in the University of Batangas and to find out what best strategy the guidance office can use for enhancing the counseling program for young mothers. Specifically, this thesis seeks to answer for the following questions: 1) 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 2) What is the profile of the respondents in terms of the...
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  • Forecasting Hsm 260 - 505 Words
    Forecasting HSM 260 07/19/2013 Forecasting Exercise 9.1 In the text, exercise 9.1 provides data for Palmdale Human Services. In this exercise it asks for the 20X5 figures using several forecasting models. The process of find 20X5 will include the use of moving averages, weighted moving averages, and exponential smoothing. The Palmdale Human Services personal expenses for the past four years are represented in the following data: Fiscal Year | Expense | 20X1 | $5,250,000 | 20X2 |...
    505 Words | 3 Pages
  • cb-past - 1454 Words
     CB-PAST Form 1 COMPETENCY-BASED PERFORMANCE APPRAISALSYSTEMFOR TEACHERS (CB-PAST) Name: _Charito O. Bag-ao_______Position/Title:____T-I__ ______Appointment Status:_Regular Permanent______ School:_Baculod Elementary School___________District:_Hinundayan_________Division:_Southern Leyte__________ Region:_VIII – Eastern Visayas_____School Year:_2012-2013_____1st Semester:___ ____2nd Semester:_____ √_______ Direction: Make a total of the respondents for eachof the Teacher Performance...
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  • Chapter 4 - 1992 Words
    Chapter IV: RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS This chapter deals with the presentation, analysis and interpretation of data gathered by the researchers. Its main concern is to determine the present system in order to know the reason why the proposed system should be developed. Table 2 Frequency and Percentage Distribution Of the Respondents Respondents Frequency (f) Percentage (%) Student 170 98.77 Faculty 2 1.23 Total 172 100 Table 1. shows the respondents of the study. It shows that there were 160...
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  • Factors Affecting Academic Performance Among College Students
    Title: FACTORS AFFECTING THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SELECTED STUDENTS FROM BROKEN FAMILY OF OLIVAREZ COLLEGE, PARANAQUE CITY: A BASIS FOR STRENGHTENING THE GUIDANCE PROGRAM Buagas, Joana Melevo, John Jeckel Nama, Marie Clerizz Nietes, Chinky Barbie Wong, Ivy Russell Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Dr. Milagros Gundran Researchers: Degree: Adviser: This study was conducted to the selected first year college students who belong in a broken family at Olivarez College. The researchers...
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    FACTORS AFFECTING THE STUDY HABITS OF LEVEL III NURSING STUDENTS OF GOOD SAMARITAN COLLEGES BATCH 2006 AND ITS EFFECT TO LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT ______________ An Undergraduate Thesis Presented to the Faculty of Department of Nursing Good Samaritan Colleges ______________ In Partial Fulfillment for the Requirement for the Subject Nursing Research ______________ Belinda M. Bajo Abegail Mingaracal March 2006 THE GOOD SAMARITAN COLLEGES COLLEGE OF NURSING Cabanatuan City...
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  • thesis3 - 469 Words
    CHAPTER III: RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY This chapter presents the research design, the respondents of the study, the research instrument to be used, data gathering procedure and the statistical treatment. Research Design To achieve the objective of this study, the researchers used the descriptive method. Descriptive method is a general procedure employed in studies that has a chief purpose of describing a certain phenomena. Rivera (2007) refers this to a design, which describes the...
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  • Students Perception About Ojt
    Chapter 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction Aircraft maintenance technology is a course that basically deals in producing, training and enhancing one’s skills and abilities in maintaining an aircraft’s airworthiness. The Philippine State College of Aeronautics in one among others that offers this kind of course. The institution offers aircraft maintenance technology course and other related courses. Technicians are schooled in airframe related welding,...
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  • Problems Encountered in a System - 702 Words
    Scale | Problems | A(5) | O(4) | So(3) | Se(2) | N(1) | WM | QV | 1 | Restricting access of the system to authorized person only. | F | 7 | 8 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 15 | 4.47 | A | | | Total | (35) | (32) | (0) | (0) | (0) | 67 | | | 2 | Storing of data and information is time consuming. | F | 11 | 4 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 15 | 4.73 | A | | | Total | (55) | (16) | (0) | (0) | (0) | 71 | | | 3 | Organizing of files is stored in filing cabinet. | F | 11 | 4 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 15 | 4.73 | A | | |...
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  • AHP Method - 382 Words
    If the problem was given to us, we would like to use AHP approach to Data quality evaluation. Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) is a multicriteria decision support method designed to select the best from a number of alternatives evaluated with respect to several criteria.It is taken by carrying out pairwise comparison from which priorities are developed which can be used in ranking the alternatives. Criteria used in the AHP based approach to data quality assessment in banking are 1)Accuracy;...
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  • Why Do College Students Fail or Dropout?
    By Roldens Paulynice As most of us know, most people go to college with the hope of giving themselves the foundation that they need to be successful in life or the skill that they need to find a good job. Every year, more than one hundred thousand students attend college, but many of them often fail or drop out within less than three years. For example, “Only thirty three percent of the freshmen who enter the University of Massachusetts, Boston graduate within six years, less than forty one...
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  • hgfh sds - 3439 Words
    Chapter Location Strategies Discussion Questions 1. FedEx’s key location concept is the central hub concept, with Memphis selected for several reasons, including its being in the middle of the country and having very few hours of bad weather closures. 2. The major reason for U.S. firms to locate overseas is often lower labor costs, but as this chapter, Chapter 2, and Supplement 11 suggest, there are a number of considerations. 3. The major reason foreign firms build in the U.S. is to...
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  • miss - 971 Words
    CVEN 3031: BASE MODEL DEVELOPMENT The base model development involves the following stages described in the RMS Traffic modelling guidelines: http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/doingbusinesswithus/downloads/technicalmanuals/modellingguidelines.pdf The following sections relate these concepts with the requirements of the assignment. Model Verification Verification is achieved by looking at the geometry of the network. It is important to ensure that the model network closely resembles what is...
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  • Manzana Insurance: Fruitvale Branch
    Case Manzana Insurance: Fruitvale Branch Manzana Insurance is one of the largest property-liability insurers in California (USA). Fruitvale is one of Manzana’s smaller branches, with three underwriting teams supporting 76 agents in three geographical territories. Fruitvale is at this moment facing deteriorating profits due to operational problems. The effect of these operational problems is (particularly in comparison with competing insurers like Golden Gate) a high Turnaround Time (TAT),...
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  • Manzana Case - 1225 Words
    Business Issues The profitability of Manzana Insurance Fruitvale branch was declining. There were mainly contributed by, Increasing backlog policies since 1989, and the number of RUN and RAIN appeared to be stagnating. Rise in late renewals resulted in increasing renewal loss rate. The renewals are decreasing and had a high renewals late rate 44%, which led to an extremely high renewal loss rate 47%, while Golden Gate’s is at just 15%. High turnaround time. Manzana increased TAT to 5 days,...
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  • Project Management Project Selevtion
    | | .4 | .2 | .2 | .2 | | Project | Rater | Market | Financial | Technical | Mission | Weighted Avg | A | Barry | 10 | 5 | 9 | 9 | 8.6 | | Sandra | 8 | 9 | 8 | 7 | 8 | | Mo | 7 | 4 | 6 | 6 | 6 | | Janet | 10 | 7 | 10 | 10 | 9.4 | Average | | 8.75 | 6.25 | 8.25 | 8 | | Weighted Avg | | 3.5 | 1.25 | 1.65 | 1.6 | | Project A: 8 | | | .4 | .2 | .2 | .2 | | Project | Rater | Market | Financial | Technical | Mission | Weighted Avg | B | Barry | 7 | 7 | 6 | 4 | 6.2 |...
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  • “Faculty Needs Assessment of the College of Education in the Bulacan State University”
    Abstract Statement of the Problem The research entitled, “Faculty Needs Assessment of the College of Education in the Bulacan State University”, was conducted to answer the following questions: 1. How may the faculty of the College of Education be described in terms of: 1.1 Personal Profile Gender 1.2 Professional Background 1.2.1 Educational Attainment 1.2.2 Years in Service 1.2.3 Work loads 1.2.4 Status of Appointment 1.2.5 Relevant seminars attended 1.2.6 In-service...
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  • Factors Affect Chef Acquisition
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  • Nothing - 1037 Words
    CHAPTER V SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION This chapter discussed the summary of findings from the sensory evaluation of the product, the conclusions drawn from the results of the study, and the recommendations for the problems discovered in the study which may help the future researchers to develop a new product using Ampalaya. Summary of Findings Since ampalaya has medicinal value, there has been much research done on its effectiveness as an herbal medicine for various...
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  • Project Management Homework1 - 301 Words
    TCM 701 – Project Management HW #1 1 | Year0 | Year1 | Year2 | Year3 | Year4 | Year5 | Year6 | | $(60,000.00) | | | | | | | Required | 20% | | | | | | | cash flows | | $3,000 | $15,000 | $25,000 | $30,000 | $20,000 | $15,000 | NPV | $(5,087.13) | | | | | | | NPV=$(-60+3/1.2+15/1.2^2+25/1.2^3+30/1.2^4+20/1.2^5+15/1.2^6)*1,000=-$5,087.13 2a Criteria | Strong Support | Supports Business Strategy | Profit Potential | 10% of Sales from New Products | Competition...
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  • Manzana Insurance - 2198 Words
    PROD 529 Fall 2010 Manzana Insurance: Fruitvale Branch Case Executive Summary In 1991, Manzana Insurance’s Fruitvale branch was suffering on many performance measures including obtaining new policies, retaining current policies, long turnaround times, and the accumulation of a backlog of renewal policies. There are a number of problems leading to these poor performance measures including unbalanced work load on the underwriting teams, department utilization, work prioritization, and...
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  • Marriott Corporation - 455 Words
    Marriott Corporation: The Cost of Capital (Abridged) General Approach The company is split into 3 divisions Lodging, Contract Services and Restaurants. The WACC for each of the 3 divisions and then subsequently the entire corporation’s WACC need to be calculated. This will be done through calculating the WACC for each of the 3 divisions and then taking a weighted average of these 3 divisional WACC numbers to get the overall Marriott Corporation WACC. 1. Calculating the Beta...
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  • RED MAKOPA Syzygium Samarangense LEAVES AS
    RED MAKOPA (Syzygium Samarangense) LEAVES AS HERBAL TEA By Maureen Julla M. Espinoza Luke Alphonze C. Abarabar Jaren Kim C. Balberan Significance of the Study The study entitled “Red Makopa (Syzygium Samarangense) Leaves as Herbal Tea has several importances. This study will provide new option of buying tea; it can be an affordable substitute for those expensive teas. This will help them know the fact that this kind of beverage has medicinal benefits. Conceptual Framework Input Makopa...
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  • local literature - 512 Words
     LIST OF FIGURES Figure Pages 1 Conceptual Framework 8 2 Location Map of University of Rizal System Pililla 20 3 Gantt chart of activities 46 ABSTRACT This study primarily aimed to assess the Factors Affecting the Study Habits of BSBA Students in University of Rizal System Pililla School Year 2012-2013. The subjects of the study werethe 250 of the BSBA Students in University...
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  • Level of Awareness - 745 Words
    Chapter III RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY This chapter describes how the present study was undertaken. It includes description of the method of research used, sources of data, data gathering instrument, data gathering procedures, and data processing techniques, and statistical treatment applied. Methods of Research To achieve the purpose of this study the researcher uses the descriptive type of research. Aquino (2006) stated that descriptive method of research is...
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    STUDY OF CONSUMER PERFERENCES TOWARDS 150CC MOTORCYCLES IN LUDHIANA CITY A PROJECT REPORT Submitted by : HARPINDER SINGH (Roll no. 8100132015) in the partial fulfillment for the award of the degree of BACHELORS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Submitted to: Dr. MEENAL CHAUHAN Gian Jyoti Institute of Management &Technology PUNJAB TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, JALANDHAR 2008-2011...
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  • Lbc System - 2195 Words
    Abstract The researchers were motivated to use the Luzon Brokerage Corporation as the main subject of their research because of the issues they have heard from the past customers which are complaining about the service of the LBC. They wanted to help the LBC to know what are the lapses occur from their transaction and help them to know some of the applicable improvement of their services. As an entrepreneur they must develop their analytical thinking and situational problem solving. With...
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  • Manzana Insurance Company - 1002 Words
    Case: Manzana Insurance - Fruitvale Branch (Abridged) Harvard Business School Executive Summary Fruitvale's core management problem is the low performance due to an unacceptable long turnaround times (TAT). Especially because of the late Renewals many of Fruitvale´s customers are turning to its major competitor Golden Gate. The operating performance needs to be improved by eradicating the bottleneck in Underwriting. This will be achieved by restructuring and simplifying the process....
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  • socer - 1983 Words
    Research Instruments The instrument that will be used to gather data consists of three parts. Part I (Appendix A) will gather demographic information of the participants. Part II (Appendix C) will measure homesickness. Parts I and III were formulated by the researchers themselves and Part II was patterned from an original homesickness questionnaire (Appendix B). Part III (Appendix D) will assess the extent and purpose of use of various web-based communication tools. The Homesickness...
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  • Sample Case Answers - 318 Words
    SAMPLE CASE ANSWER 2. Calculate the expected rate of return on each of the four alternatives listed in Table 1. Based solely on expected returns, which of the potential investments appears best? The expected return is the weighted average of the estimated returns in the different states of the world, where the probabilities of each outcome are the weights. Each outcome is multiplied by its probability and all products are then summed together. Expected Return can be calculated with the...
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  • Pendulum Practical Report - 404 Words
    9.2 T1P: Pendulum Practical Report Aim: To determine the value of gravitation acceleration using the motion of a pendulum. Identify the causes in variation of this value. Equipment: * Slotted Weight * Retort Stand * Sticky Tape * Clamp * String * 1 metre ruler * Timer Method: * 1. Gather required equipment. * 2. Place retort stand onto table and tightly secure the clamp * 3. Tie the slotted weight onto one end of the string, and wrap the other...
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  • Talent Management - 6163 Words
    1.1 INTRODUCTION OF THE STUDY: Talent management definition: A conscious, deliberate approach undertaken to attract, develop and retain people with the aptitude and abilities to meet current and future organizational needs. Talent management involves individual and organizational development in response to a changing and complex operating environment. It includes the creation and maintenance of a supportive, people oriented organization culture. Importance of talent management: Like human...
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  • Operational Efficiency of Small Scale Bakeshop
    Chapter 1 The Problem and Its Settings This chapter presents the background of the research. In here includes the statement of the problem, objectives, importance, scope and limitation and the definition of terms of the study. Introduction Bakery operations need a very good maintenance management system for efficient running of plant. Maintenance activity needs regular monitoring and records to evaluate problems and their solution. Bakery maintenance has its own features which need...
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  • the burp - 3168 Words
    CHAPTER IV PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA This chapter includes the presentation, analysis and interpretation of data provided by the respondents. The main focus of this study was to know the significant relationship between the EEI Corporation employees’ profile variables and their outcomes. The data gathered were presented with the use of tables. 1. Profile of the respondents The profile of the respondents in terms of age, sex, civil status, employment status and...
    3,168 Words | 24 Pages
  • One Way Analysis of Variance
    One-way Analysis of Variance (Abbreviated one-way ANOVA) is a technique used to compare means of two or more samples (using the F distribution). This technique can be used only for numerical data. It consists of a single factor with several levels and multiple observations at each level. With this kind of layout we can calculate the mean of the observations within each level of our factor. The residuals will tell about the variation within each level. It can also average the means of each...
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