Following Leanna's point of view, there is also an issue in terms of human relation. It is an major
issue causing the situation between Ron and colleagues since their relationship are not
harmonious. Therefore, human relation model can be applied in this
Exercise 12.1
Income budget for an industrial relations firm
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Services Revenue Budget
for the year ending 30 June 2014
Quarter
Sept.
Dec.
Mar.
Annual
Total
June
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1: CONFIDENCE INTERVALS FOR THE MEAN;
KNOWN VARIANCE
Suppose X 1 , . . . , Xn are independent and identically distributed (iid ) random variables, and we
want to make inferences about the mean, , of the
population. That is, = E [Xi ]. Since determines
the
Elementary probability theory
The concept of probability is fundamental in statistical analysis. Theory
of probability underpins most of the methods used in statistics.
1.1
Experiments, outcomes and sample spaces
Tossing a coin or rolling a die are exampl
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Computing a covariance and correlation from data
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Methods for relative dating were developed when geology first emerged as a formal
science. Geologists still use the following principles today as a means to provide
information about geologic history and the timing of geologic events.
The principle of Uni
Scotsman James Hutton, father of modern geology
Followers of Hutton were known as Plutonists because they believed that some rocks were formed
by vulcanism, which is the deposition of lava from volcanoes, as opposed to the Neptunists, led
by Abraham Werne
Earth layered structure. Typical wave paths from earthquakes like these gave early seismologists insights
into the layered structure of the Earth
Advances in seismology, computer modeling, and mineralogy and crystallography at high temperatures
and pressu
Rockfall in the Grand Canyon
Avalanches
Earthquakes
Floods
Landslides and debris flows
River channel migration and avulsion
Liquefaction
Sinkholes
Subsidence
Tsunamis
Volcanoes
History of geology[edit]
Main articles: History of geology and Timeline of geo
Session 3
Geological development of an area
An originally horizontal sequence of sedimentary rocks (in shades of tan) are affected by igneousactivity.
Deep below the surface are a magma chamber and large associated igneous bodies. The magma
chamber feeds
Structural geology[edit]
Main article: Structural geology
A diagram of an orogenic wedge. The wedge grows through faulting in the interior and along the main
basal fault, called the dcollement. It builds its shape into a critical taper, in which the angle
Although planetary geologists are interested in studying all aspects of other planets, a significant focus is
to search for evidence of past or present life on other worlds. This has led to many missions whose
primary or ancillary purpose is to examine pl
Session 2: Lecture Notes
Geologic time
Geological time put in a diagram called ageological clock, showing the relative lengths
of theeons of the Earth's history.
Main articles: History of Earth and Geologic time scale
The geologic time scale encompasses t
Methods of geology[edit]
Geologists use a number of field, laboratory, and numerical modeling methods to decipher Earth history
and understand the processes that occur on and inside the Earth. In typical geological investigations,
geologists use primary i
Session 1: Class Notes
Geology (from the Greek , g, i.e. "earth" and -o, -logia, i.e. "study of, discourse"[1][2]) is an earth
science comprising the study of solid Earth, the rocks of which it is composed, and the processes by
which they change. Geology