Sociology Take Home Assignment
Take Home Assignment
Adrianna Hamilton
Central State University
September 28, 2016
The first society that is stated in the book is foraging societies. The technology enables
the hunting of animals and gathering of vegetation
Myron Williams
10/03/2016
Dr. Chinwah
Research Methods
NBA Conference
JR Smith post-game interview Cavaliers vs Warriors G7
June 19 2016- 2016 NBA Finals
During this postgame interview, Earl JR Smith talks about game 7 of the NBA Finals and
how his parent
Nicolas Nwarache
Principles of Marketing
Homework
September 29, 2016
1. McDonalds: Ronald McDonald Charity Houses.
2. Toms: One for One: for every pair of shoes purchased one is donated to a less fortunate kid.
3. LinkedIn: InDays purpose is to give back
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Chapter 3: Applying Excel
Enter a formula into each of the cells marked with a ? below
Review Problem: Activity-Based Costing
Data
Annual sales in units
Direct materials per unit
Direct labor-hours per unit
Di
Sociology Take Home Assignment
Take Home Assignment
Adrianna Hamilton
Central State University
September 28, 2016
The first society that is stated in the book is foraging societies. It is an economic
sustenance dependent on hunting and foraging. An exampl
Running head: SOC1125 SOCIAL PROBLEMS
SOCIOLOGY 1125-01
Social Problems Group Assignment
London Mills
Central State University
30 September 2016
1
SOCIAL PROBLEMS
2
Chapter 3
4. a. According to the text, there are four alternatives to drug abuse. Identify
Tucker 1
Devin Tucker
9/27/16
Intro criminal Justice
Summary
The National Party of Drugs
The official of National Drug policy is a component of the executive office of the president. The
community laws are different based on their previous drug use age. I
Mental disorder: includes any behavior or emotional state that causes a person to
suffer, is self-destructive, seriously impairs the persons ability to work or get along with
others, or endangers others or the community.
objective tests:
projective tests
Myron Williams
10/3/2016
Dr. Chinwah
Research methods
ESPN FirstTake July 7, 2014
Brown And Out
Josh Gordon arrested for DWI Saturday
How much has he damaged his NFL FUTURE?
In this episode of ESPN FirstTake Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss how B
Conducting a Survey
Lecture 2
Three Sources of Bias
Sampling Bias
Bad samples
Not all individuals in the population were included in sampling.
Nonresponse Bias
Not interested; doesnt want to participate; not reaching the person.
Response Bias
No ab
Conducting a Survey
Lecture 5
To order food at a McDonalds restaurant, one must choose from
multiple lines, while at Wendys Restaurant, one enters a single line.
The following data represent the wait time (in minutes) in line for a
simple random sample of
Conducting a Survey
Lecture 6
Learn to use TI-84 compatible calculator to
compute the Basic statistics by using the One
Variable Statistics function.
If you dont have one, please download the
emulator to your computer.
If you have a similar calculator, pl
Conducting a Survey
Lecture 2
Organizing Quantitative Data
Discrete or Continuous
Such as people, cars, and books
Few different values
Many different values
Such as money, time, and distances
Treat them like categorical data:
Not likely that you will have
Lecture 7
Conducting a Survey
The Five-Number
Summary and Boxplots
The five-number summary of a data set:
Minimum, Q1,
M,
Q3,
Drawing a Boxplot
Step 1
Lower Fence = Q1 1.5(IQR)
Upper Fence = Q3 + 1.5(IQR)
where IQR = Q3 Q1
Step 2
Draw a number line long e
Probability
Lecture 11: Probability Concepts
Set Theory as in Venn Diagrams
Event C (100%)
Event E or
F(40%)
Event EF or F
(45%)
Event E and F
(10%)
Event C (100%)
Event E or
F(40%)
(75%)
Read as: The probability of E and F (or the intersection of E and F
Conditional Probability and Independence
1
There are four outcomes
when flipping 2 coins
cfw_H, H 25% cfw_H, T 25%
cfw_T, H 25% cfw_T, T 25%
50%
50% chances for
thechances for the
second coin is asecond
head. coin is a tail.
The probability of 2nd
coin is
Lecture 12
Aprobabilitymodellistsallthepossible
outcomesofanexperimentandeach
outcomesprobability.
Two general rules of a probability model:
1. No probability is greater than 1 or smaller than 0. 0
P(E) 1.
2. The sum of all probabilities of all outcomes
Lecture 8
Conducting a Survey
About the Least-squares
Regression
EXAMPLE
Finding an Equation that Describes Linearly Relate Data
Using the following sample data:
4-3
There are many different
regression lines by using
different points. Which
line is the be
Tentative Syllabus
Autumn 2016
Course:
Instructor:
Office:
Office Phone:
E-mail:
Twitter:
Office Hours:
Mathematics 132 Calculus I
Dr. Douglas A. Lapp
134A Pearce Hall
774-5393
lapp1da@cmich.edu
@DougLappCMU
M & W: 4:00-5:00 pm; T & Th: 2:00-3:00 pm; and
Method of Sealed Bids These notes WILL NOT be included with test/quiz notes
1) Bidding: Each player secretly gives their honest, dollar value assessment of the actual value of
each item to be fairly divided. These values are the bids that each player is p
Weighted voting homework please print and do work on this page.
1) Answer the following for the weighted system shown below.
[q: 6, 4, 3, 3, 2]
What is the smallest value that the quota q can take?
What is the value for a quota defined as two-thirds?
What
Weighted voting
Weighted Voting System: One in which the weight of each voter is not necessarily equal in terms of the
votes they control.
Players: The voters in a weighted voting system. The players are listed in order of weight. (P 1, P2, P3.,
PN)
Weigh
Fair Division
The Goods: The item(s) being divided. Items can those that could be continuously divided such as land,
or Discrete meaning that they are not infinitely divisible such as a boat or a house or a mixture of both
types.
The Players: The parties
Key Terms
Plurality candidate candidate with most votes
Majority candidate candidate with more than 50% of votes
A Plurality Candidate will not necessarily have the majority
Transitive If you prefer A over B and B over C then you like A over C
Fairness Cr