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Course: BIO 510, Fall 2006
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Carnegie Mellon - BIO - 510
S. Tanny Subsets of a Set [n] 1) How many k-subsets of [n] are there? k 0, integer n=4 k=2 12 34 13 23 14 24MAT 344FFall, 1997let x be the # of k-subsets Each such subset can be arranged in k! ways. Thus, xk! counts the number of ordered k-subsets of [
Carnegie Mellon - BIO - 510
S. Tanny c)MAT 344FFall, 1997r distinct balls into n nondistinct boxes:k= 1nS (r, k)where S(r,k) = number of ways to partition an r-set into k (non-empty) parts. S(r,k) is called a Stirling number of the Second Kind. Try to compute some S(r,k): eg:
Carnegie Mellon - BIO - 510
GENERATING FUNCTIONS Solve an infinite number of related problems in one swoop. *Code the problems, manipulate the code, then decode the answer! Really an algebraic concept but can be extended to analytic basis for interesting results. (i) Ordinary Genera
Carnegie Mellon - BIO - 510
S. Tanny Recurrence Relations Tower of Hanoi Let TnMAT 344Spring 1999be the minimum number of moves required. T0 = 0, T1 = 1 T n = 2 Tn - 1 + 1 7 Initial Conditions n\$2*Tn is a sequence (fn. on integers). Solve for Tn? * is a recurrence, difference e
Carnegie Mellon - BIO - 510
S. Tanny Non-Linear DFE Exercise 1 YnYn+2 = Y2 n + 1 Y0 =1, Y1 = 2MAT 344Spring 1999Follows that Yn . 0 oen. ^ Yn % Yn %2 1'Yn % 1 YnLet Wn =Yn % 1 Yn. Then Wn + 1 = Wn , W0 = 2 (Y0 = 1)^ Wn = 2 Y Yn + 1 = 2Yn Y Yn = 2n N.B. Could also linearize
Carnegie Mellon - BIO - 510
S. TannyMAT 344Spring, 1999N(aN1 aN2 aN3 aN4) = N - j N(ai) % j N(ai a j) - j N(ai a j ak) Here N = 21 34 % 10&amp; 1 N(ai) = 10(Just put 8 balls in box i and fill arbitrarily for the remaining 10) (Put 8 balls in both i and j, fill arbitrarily from here
Harvey Mudd College - ECON - 201
Domain XValueFunction Tangent X Y=f(x) Y=L(X) 10 1025 1025 9.9 995.3 1017.5 9.8 966.19 1010 9.7 937.67 1002.5 9.6 909.74 995 9.5 882.38 987.5 9.4 855.58 980 9.3 829.36 972.5 9.2 803.69 965 9.1 778.57 957.5 9 754 950 8.9 729.97 942.5 8.8 706.47 935 8.7 68
Tyler College - CS - 1405
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Tyler College - CS - 1405
Bent CyclingAuthorDatePurposeDiane Morris8/29/2010To estimate the return of an investment in currentdollarsBent CyclingDepreciation of AssetsBent Cycling8/29/2010Prepared: 11/7/2010Return on the Building ProjectYearly ReturnInitial Investme
Tyler College - CS - 1405
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Tyler College - CS - 1405
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Tyler College - CS - 1405
Bent CyclingAuthorDatePurposeYour name goes hereCurrent DateTo analyze different investment and loan scenariosBent CyclingSavings ProposalsBent Cycling4/6/2010Prepared: 04/06/2010Investment AnalysisCalculateMonthly Payment (PMT)Investment G
Tyler College - CS - 1405
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Home work Ch-7Question #281.Mr. John Johnson(Date 03/04/2012)100 Tyler Lane, EriePA 16563Hello JohnThe purpose of this letter is to inform to about bad debts deductions. Your loan to Sarais a nonbusiness bad debt, for that reason you are not allo
Rutgers - BUS - 603
Question 12Answer.If wade sells his car then he has to pay tax on gain of income.Cost of recovery 7000+2400(9400)Sell the car13000-Gain on car (taxable)3600If wade has already enough income then he has to pay tax with high percentage.In contras
Rutgers - BUS - 603
Chapter 4Task 1 Using the data from Chapter 2 (which you should have saved, but if you didntre-enter it) plot and interpret the following graphs: An error bar chart showing the mean number of friends for students and lecturers. An error bar chart sho
Rutgers - BUS - 603
Rutgers - BUS - 603
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Rutgers - BUS - 603
An advantage to operating a business as an S corporation is that the shareholder has no grossincome from the S corporation unless the shareholder makes a withdrawal during the tax year.StudentValue Correct AnswerResponse100%1. False2. TrueFeedback
Rutgers - BUS - 603
Rutgers - BUS - 603
Rutgers - BUS - 603
Chapter 5 QuizStarted:February18,20124:00PMQuestions:101.COMPREHENSIVEVOLUMECHAPTER4GROSSINCOME:CONCEPTSANDINCLUSIONSQuestion MC#3(Points:2)TheBlueUtilitiesCompanypaidSue\$2,000fortherighttolayanundergroundelectriccableacrossher propertyanytimeinth
Rutgers - BUS - 603
Rutgers - BUS - 603
Chapter 1Question#1;what are (broadly speaking) the five stages of the research process?There are five stages of rearch process. Generating a research question: through an initial observation . From those observationsneed data. Generate a theory to
Rutgers - BUS - 603
1.COMPREHENSIVEVOLUME CHAPTER 2WORKING WITH THE TAXLAW Question MC #7Which of the following is not an administrative source of the tax1.2.3.4.5.StudentValueResponseTechnicalAdviceMemoranda.All of the100%above areadministrativesources.
Rutgers - BUS - 603
1.COMPREHENSIVEVOLUME CHAPTER 2WORKING WITH THE TAXLAW Question MC #7Which of the following is not an administrative source of the tax1.2.3.4.5.StudentValueResponseTechnicalAdviceMemoranda.All of the100%above areadministrativesources.
Rutgers - BUS - 603
10.COMPREHENSIVEVOLUME CHAPTER 2WORKING WITH THE TAXLAW Question TF #5Before a tax bill can become law, it must be approved bythe President.StudentCorrectValueResponseAnswer1. True100%2. FalseFeedbackGeneral Congress can override a veto by
Rutgers - BUS - 603
Rutgers - BUS - 603
ASMAASMA JAMSHAIDBUSI 604Date: 01/28/12Home Work Chapter# 1Question# 36 Assess the probability of an audit in each of thefollowing independent situations.Answers.a.Linda has highly awarded amount \$3.5 million. Audit-individuals itemized deduction
Rutgers - BUS - 603
Home workBUSI604Date 02/05/121Chapter#3Question #2During the year, Lucy is involved in the following situations. What are possibleFederal income tax effects of these transactions?Answer. Gambling money will be including in gross income. It is tax
Rutgers - BUS - 603
6.COMPREHENSIVEVOLUME CHAPTER 2WORKING WITH THE TAXLAW Question TF #10Revenue Rulings issued by the National Office of the IRS carryeffect as Regulations.StudentValueResponse100%1. False2. TrueCorrectAnswerGeneral Feedback:They do not cont
Rutgers - BUS - 603
1.COMPREHENSIVE VOLUME CHAPTER 3TAXDETERMINATION; PERSONAL AND DEPENDENCYEXEMPTIONS; AN OVERVIEW OF PROPERTYTRANSACTIONS Question TF #55(Points: 2)The kiddie tax does not apply as to a childwhose earned income is more than one-half ofhis or her sup
Rutgers - BUS - 603
1) Why do we use samples?Samples are used by researchers who are interested in finding results that apply to an entire population ofpeople or things. A population can be very general or very narrow. we cant collect all the data about aresearch because
Rutgers - BUS - 603
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Rutgers - BUS - 603
Question # 42A. The effect of the illegal gambling business on Trevors AGI is as follows :Gross income=\$52,000Deductible expenses:Salaries + payout to winners ( \$ 8,000 + \$29000) =(\$37000)Increase in AGI=\$15,000the bribe to police of \$7,500 is
Rutgers - BUS - 603
Question # 42A. The effect of the illegal gambling business on Trevors AGI is as follows :Gross income=\$52,000Deductible expenses:Salaries + payout to winners ( \$ 8,000 + \$29000) =(\$37000)Increase in AGI=\$15,000the bribe to police of \$7,500 is
Rutgers - BUS - 603
Rutgers - BUS - 603
Rutgers - BUS - 603
Rutgers - BUS - 603
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Rutgers - BUS - 603
Whichofthefollowingcanbereducedbyproper interviewertraining?StudentResponseValueA. samplingerrorB. measurementerrorC. bothoftheaboveD. noneoftheaboveScore:0/22.Whichofthefollowingisnotanelementofdescriptivestatisticalproblems?StudentResponse
Rutgers - BUS - 603
Whichofthefollowingisacontinuousquantitativevariable?StudentResponseA. thecolorofastudent'seyesB. thenumberofemployeesofaninsurancecompanyC. theamountofmilkproducedbyacowinone24hourperiodD. thenumberofgallonsofmilksoldatthelocalgrocerystoreyesterdSc
Rutgers - BUS - 603
Task 1: A fashion student was interested in factors that predicted the salaries of catwalk models. She collected data from231 models. For each model she asked them their salary per day on days when they were working (salary), their age (age),how many ye
University of Phoenix - BUS - 210
Soapy RidesSoapy RidesSoapy Rides is a company that is built up of many different areas of employmentranging from owners/managers down to the manual labor. The employees that will bedoing the manual labor are broken down into a more diverse group. For
University of Phoenix - BUS - 210
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University of Phoenix - BUS - 210
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University of Phoenix - BUS - 210
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HCR 210 Week 2: CheckPoint: Records Administrators and TechniciansHow the general duties for handling patient records differ between arecords administrator (RHIA) and a records technician (RHIT)?Registered Health Information Administrator is known as R
University of Phoenix - BUS - 210
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University of Phoenix - BUS - 210
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University of Phoenix - BUS - 210
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University of Phoenix - BUS - 210
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University of Phoenix - BUS - 210
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University of Phoenix - BUS - 210
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University of Phoenix - BUS - 210
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University of Phoenix - BUS - 210
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University of Phoenix - BUS - 210
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University of Phoenix - BUS - 210
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University of Phoenix - BUS - 210
MAT/116Introduction to FunctionsAxia College of University of PhoenixLavora MosesInstructor: Mrs. Jenell SargentDate: January 20, 2012