Zelin Shao
ENL 211
March 26, 2017
What makes people more successful in their career?
In todays world, there are many ways to define success. To some, success is to
earn lots of money during their lives, and to others it could be a happy family or a
deligh
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Zelin Shao
ENL 211
Denis Samburskiy
April 29, 2017
Should Chinese Parents Send Their Children to America For Study?
Nowadays, a number of Chinese students choose to study abroad, and this
number increases every year in China. Chinese Parents send their
Rashed AlOmran
Mark McGuire
ENL 211
Mar, 03, 2017
Kanye West
Kanye West, the most influential person in this generation. He is a hip hop/rap artist and
producer who initially started his music career by producing tracks for JayZ, then released his
first
Highwire PR Internship Writing Test
Shan Li
Sli82@syr.edu
Publication: Inc. Magazine
Reporter: Diana Ransom
Dear Ms.Ransom:
Over 50% of small business owners do not see a ROI from their social media efforts
and they do not fully understand how social medi
ADVANCED ACADEMIC WRITING AND RESEARCH FOR NONNATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH
ENL 213

Fall 2013
Table 1.
Things to avoid in Discussion
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Table 2.
Introduction and Discussion
Table 3.
Elements to Include in the Discussion
State the Major Findings of the Study
Interpret the Meaning/Significance of the Findings
Relate the Findings to Those of Similar S
ADVANCED ACADEMIC WRITING AND RESEARCH FOR NONNATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH
ENL 213

Fall 2013
Literature Review
Tips:
1.Look for comparison/contrast, cause/effect in the
different pieces of evidence.
2.Decide on your own position.
3.Incorporate and sequence the evidence in a
logical way to support your position.
4.Develop your conclusion from the
Recall that there are two types of variables:
A quantitative variable is a variable that is given by numerical
values.
Ex: weight
A categorical variable is a variable that is given by one of
several categories.
Ex: eye color
Chapter 1: Looking at Data Dis
1.2: Displaying Distributions with Graphs
New Word:
Outliers are observations(numbers) that lie outside the
overall pattern of a distribution. Always look for outliers and
try to explain them.
Example: Alaska has 5% to 5.9% of residents aged 65 or older,
Should MAT 221 and MAT 222 (Elementary Probability and Statistics I&II)
be compulsory courses for Math Major Students in Syracuse University?
Tianyu Tao &
Yanbin Cheng
Syracuse University
Why Elementary Statistics?
1. High utility
Statistics can be used t
Outline food fraud in China
I.
II.
III.
IV.
Intro
A. Definition and types
B. General facts
Some cases
A. Shanhai Fuxi
B. Sanli baby formula
C. Swillcooked dirty oil
What the government do and what we can do
A. Chinese law
B. Supervision and management
C.
Yanbin Cheng
3.5.2017
ENL213
(APA)
Is there an uncrackable secret?
the basic function of cryptology: transformation and substitution
Audience: cryptographist
Purpose: to show that there are some kinds of cryptograms which are uncrackable. By
learning the
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Outline
I.
Intro
A. Raising the question do we need violent video games?
1. Fact 1: bestsell games on PS4, Xbox1, Steam for years contain many
kinds of violent games and the evaluate of these games are very high.
(GTA 5 as an example)
2. Fact 2: many tee
Professor
Lynne Vincent
Office WSOM 541
(315) 4434821
Lcvincen@syr.edu
Course:
Managing and Leading People
MGT 248
Spring 2017
Office hours: M 10:0011:30, R 1:002:30
and by appointment
Required
readings
Fundamentals of Management (10th edition) by Robb
1.4: Density Curves and Normal Distributions
Example 4: Suppose a college admission office needs to compare
scores of students who take the Scholastic Aptitude Test(SAT)
with those who take the American College Test(ACT). Among the
colleges applicants who
ENL 211 Composition
Spring 2017
Instructor: Melissa Gale
Office: MSQ Lobby / HBC 216 Email:
mgale@syr.edu
Office Hours: Mon. and Wed. 1:452:45 pm Or by
Appointment
Prerequisite for ENL 211
You must have taken ENL 207 and/or the English Language Assessme
4.5: General Probability Rules
Example 3: Syracuse has a zombies infestation, and the Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC) estimates that 9% of the
population has the zombie virus. Everyone is very worried about it,
but fortunately our local zo
Chapter 1: Looking at Data Distribution
1.1: Data
1.2: Displaying Distributions with Graphs
1.3: Describing Distributions with Numbers
1.4: Density Curves and Normal Distributions
1.4: Density Curves and Normal Distributions
Objectives
Density curves
Norm
1.2: Displaying Distributions with Graphs
New Words:
A distribution is symmetric if the right and left sides of the
histogram are approximately mirror images of each other.
A distribution is skewed to the right if the right side of the
histogram (side wit
MAT 221200
Elementary Probability and Statistics I
Spring Semester 2017
MWF 9:30 am  10:25 am Physics Building Stolkin Auditorium
Instructor: Professor Suanne Au
Office:
Carnegie 207
Phone: 3154431498
Email: xgau@syr.edu
Office Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri 1:
4.2: Probability Models
Example: Suppose two people are randomly selected from the
world population. Let E be the event that both of these people live
in Europe. Which of the following events is Ec ?
(a) The event that neither of them live in Europe
(b) T
Elementary Probability and Statistics I
Statistics the science of learning from data
Statistics includes collecting data, organizing data, analyzing
data, drawing conclusions from data and presenting study
results.
We often want to know a specific piece o
4.3: Random Variables
Note: The probability of the event that a continuous random
variable takes on a single value is 0.
Example: Let X be the amount of time (in minutes) that you will
have to wait for a friend who will be at most 15 minutes late.
Then, t
4.4: Means and Variances of Random Variables
The variance and standard deviation of a random variable X are
measures of spread of the values of X .
The variance, X2 , of a random variable X is the weighted average
of the terms, (X X )2 . More precisely, i
4.3: Random Variables
The probability distribution of a random variable X lists the
values of X and their probabilities.
Example 1: Suppose a coin is tossed three times. Let X be the
number of times the coin lands on tail.
Give the probability distributio
4.5: General Probability Rules
Notice:
P(BA)
=
=
=
number of outcomes in A and B
number of outcomes in A
number of outcomes in A and B
total number of outcomes
number of outcomes in A
total number of outcomes
P(A and B)
P(A)
So, we have:
P(BA) =
P(A and
Chapter 4: Probability The Study of Randomness
4.1: Randomness
4.2: Probability Models
4.3: Random Variables
4.4: Means and Variances of Random Variables
4.5: General Probability Rules
4.1: Randomness
A phenomenon is random if individual outcomes are
unce