Saif Naqvi
War as Media
Professor Feldman
10/23/15
War as Media Midterm Paper
Upon first hearing the term image, one of the few words that immediately come
to mind is violence. However the two terms are connected closer than one may believe.
In the docume
Research proposal on
A case study of Loan Analysis of Mega Bank Limited
Kathmandu,Nepal
Submitted By
Rima Maharjan
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NESFIELD INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE
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Psychology midterm 1: Essay questions
1) On what basic principles does evolution depend and what are the evidences for the validity of
evolution by natural selection?
a. Principles of evolution:
i. There must be variation among individuals in a population
Psych Recitation 10/19/15


Gristald psychology: Holes in perception means warm in German
5 ways that we group objects:
o Law of similarity things that look similar are grouped together (seeing a column
of red dots and a column of blue dots)
o Law of pr
Moral development



Kohlberg
o Pre getting rewards avoids punishment
o Conventional Relationships, conventions and duties
o Post ideals and morals (just wrong to let his wife die)
Younger people do preconventional. Go through these stages as grow up.
insoluble impurity and the formation of crystals on the funnel. The hot solution is
immediately poured onto the filter paper, resulting in the c
Because one of the impurities in the crude form is less soluble in cold water, if the boiling
solution of acet
Passive receiver: John Locke tabula rasa (blank slate babies have nothing in their brain, experience
begins to leave its mark what to expect, think about the world)
Active receiver: Emmanuel Kant perception is possible because mind collects info into what
Auxotrophic yeast: ys60 that is auxotrophic for acids and nucleotide precursors. Focusing in the arginine
pathway. Ammonium sulfate gap pathway. Canavanine CAN1 pathway.
Chances that primary pathway becomes mutated is minimal (gap pathway)
Can pathway is
# to calculate tail area use the "p." R functions
# by default they give the lower tail area (i.e. a cdf), but we want upper tail
here
1pchisq(15.05,6)
# or equivalently
pchisq(15.05,6,lower.tail = F)
# to get the inverse, i.e. critical value for a given
1) How did the Milgram experiment promote blind obedience to immoral orders in its subjects and
did they justify their compliance?
a. (seeing someone else as in control, eliminate responsibility)
Increase psychological distance between actions and end res
# probability distributions #
# right handed toad example
choose(18,9) * 0.5^9 * (10.5)^(189)
Pr < dbinom(9,size=18,prob=0.5)
probabilities
# "d" functions in R gives the "density" or
plot(dbinom(0:18,size=18,prob=0.5),type="s")
hist(rbinom(100000,size
ROBERT F. WAGNER SCHOOL OF PUBLIC SERVICE
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
International Development Projects Planning (IDPP)
FALL 2015
Section
URPLGP.2652.S.001
(Lectures)
Timing
Fridays, 2:00pm3:40pm
Classrooms
BOBST LL145
Instructors
Leonardo Romeo leonardo.rome
Oneway ANOVA
(analysis of variance)
Comparing the means of more than
two groups
Oneway Analysis of variance (ANOVA)
Like a ttest, but can compare more than two
groups
Tests whether any of two or more means is different
from any other
In other words,
Regression
Regression is a method that predicts the value of
one numerical variable (response) from that of
another (explanatory)
Linear Regression
Draws a straight line through a scatter plot to
predict the response variable (Y or vertical
axis) from th
Recitation 9: Exam 2 Review
April 5, 2017
Important Concepts
Some important tests and test statistics
Zvalue: Standard Normal Distribution
Can use when you know population parameters
Tail area probability questions: E.g. Given a population with
mean an
Multiple Explanatory Variables
General Linear Models
A model is a mathematical representation of
the relationship between a response variable
and one or more explanatory variables
As we have seen, linear models are designed
to represent Y as a line comb
Chapter 32 notes:
Electromagnetic waves do not need a medium to travel through
When fields vary with time, E and B are no longer independent
A point charge at rest produces a static E fields but no B field.
A point charge moving with a constant velocity p
2. Amid the general astonishment at all he was doing, Jesus said to his disciples, 'Listen to what
I have to tell you. The Son of Man is to be given up to the power of men.' But they did not
understand what he said; its meaning had been hidden from them,
Nutrition Study Guide
1. Explain the difference between essential and nonessential nutrients. _
_
_
_
Macronutrients
2. List the dietary sources for each type of carbohydrate:
Simple Sugars and starches:_
_
_.
Cellulose/waterinsoluble fibers: _
_
_,
Wate
Name
N number
Molecular and Cell Biology II
(BIOLUA.22)
Midterm exam 2
April 15, 2016
Be brief. All questions can be answered in two sentences or less.
Please write your name and N number on all 12 pages.
Name:_
Signature_
ID# (N number)_
Recitation time
Name
N number
Molecular and Cell Biology II
(BIOLUA.22)
Midterm exam 1
March 11, 2016
Be brief. All questions can be answered in two sentences or less.
Please write your name and N number on all 10 pages.
Name:_
Signature_
ID# (N number)_
Recitation time
RC Circuits
AP Physics C
Montwood High School
R. Casao
RC Circuits
To
date, we have studied steadystate direct
current circuits in which the current is
constant.
In circuits containing a capacitor, the current
varies over time.
When a potential differ
#Simulating Data
#Code to similate flipping a coin 10 times assuming an equal probability of H or
T
sample(c("H","T"), 10, replace=TRUE)
# Right handed toad simulation.
# Obtain the null distribution for the test statistic by simulation
# (the number of r
# review of R probability functions
# to calculate tail area use the "p." R functions
# remember: "d" functions give the density function
plot(dchisq(1:10,6),type="l")
# remember: "p" functions give the cumulative distribution function (cdf)
plot(pchisq(1
NATIONAL FOOD POLICY AFFIRMATIVE
HOW DEBATE WORKS
INTRODUCTION
Debate is a great game and were glad you want to be part of it. Initially, there will seem like its a lot of
terms and a lot of reading because we are highly organized and everything is put in
1. In which of the following ways is survey research similar to an experimental
research design?
a. the selection of a representative sample from the population.
b. the assignment of participants into treatment groups.
c. the manipulation of the independe
Patients indicate their satisfaction with treatment by responding to a question with four options:(1) very
dissatisfied; (2) dissatisfied; (3) satisfied; (4) very satisfied. This is an example of a(n) (i) scale, and the
resulting frequency distribution sh