Basic SAS PROCedures for Generating Quick Results
Kirk Paul Lafler, Software Intelligence Corporation
As an IT professional, saving time is critical. So is delivering timely and quality looking reports to management
TAKE HOME for TEST#1
Due on 2/29/ 2012
(20 Pts.)Part I: Answer question 1 or 2. If you decide to answer both of them, the highest grade among them will be
This take home part of TEST#1 uses the data set, heart.dat , which is given
Wooldridge, Introductory Econometrics, 4th
Chapter 12: Serial correlation and heteroskedasticity in time series regressions
What will happen if we violate the assumption that the errors are not serially correlated, or autocorrelated? We demonstrated
DFAST & CCAR: One size does not fit all
Charyn Faenza, F.N.B. Corporation
In 2014, for the first time, mid-market banks (consisting of banks and bank holding companies with 10-50 bn in
consolidated assets) were required to submi
I am grateful to have grown up in the 80s and 90s where I was exposed to Polaroid cameras,
film cameras, disposable cameras, etc. I have vivid memories of not only shaking a Polaroid
picture to develop it, but of taking numerous pictures on a disposable c
790:101: THE NATURE OF POLITICS
Fall 2016: TTh 5:35-6:55, 138 Hickman Hall
Professor Andrew Murphy, firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of Political Science
309 Hickman Hall, (848) 932-1830
Office Hours: Wednesdays 12:30-2:30 (309 Hickman Hall)
NOMENCLATURE- PRACTICE SHEET-1
1. Write the chemical formula for the following
poly- atomic ions
( include the charges also):
a) nitrate ion
b) phosphate ion
c) sulfate ion
d) perchlorate ion
e) hypobromite ion
f) hydrogen carbonate io
Nature of Politics
November 9, 2016
Justice, theoretically speaking, is designed to provide fairness and equality for all members
in a society by ensuring that citizens get the treatment that they deserve.
GEA 2016 Syllabus
01:098:250 Global East Asia Signature Course
Rutgers University, Spring 2016
Lecture: MTh2 (9:50-11:10) Scott Hall Rm. 135, CAC
Recitation Sections 01-18, H1: Wed. (time and place varies; see below under TAs)
SAS Signature Course
Global East Asia 2016
Introductory Lecture: Conceptualizing East
Professor Paul Schalow
Global East Asia 2016 Calendar
Sushi Reverses Course:
Consuming American Sushi
Matthew Allen & Rumi Sakamoto (2011)
Wed. Feb. 17 Recitation
What does the history of culinary
exchange tell us about globalization
History of culinary exchange
Steger Chap. 2 Globalizati
Part 1: What factors affect chemical reactions in cells?
Construct a concept map of metabolism using the terms in the list below. Keep in mind that
there are many ways to construct a concept map.
u Inducers/activators of repressor
How do eukaryotes do it?
The BIG Questions
How are genes turned on & off
How do cells with the
Practice Problems in Mendelian Genetics
Problems Involving One Gene
Practice Genetics Problems blood groups and Pedigrees
A) If a woman with genotype IAIA marries a man with phenotype AB, complete the Punnett square to predict their offspring.
B) A young man, whose blood type is O claims to be th
Mendelian Inheritance Challenge Problems
(These are taken from a problem set from a college genetics course for biology majors!)
1-9) Among native Americans, two types of earwax (cerumen) are seen; dry and sticky. A
Practice Genetics Problems
Directions: Answer the questions below on a SEPARATE sheet of paper. Each student is responsible for
his/her own work. Show work when appropriate.
What are the genotypes of all possible gametes from an indi
What do genes code for?
How does DNA code for cells & bodies?
how are cells and bodies made from the
instructions in DNA
The Central Dogma
Flow of genetic inform
Hardy- Weinberg Problems set II
1. In a population of wildflowers, the frequency of the dominant allele for red flowers is 0.8.
a. What is the frequency of the recessive white allele?
b. What is the frequency of homozygous
Benevolence and rightness vs. Profit 1A1
50 paces laughing at 100 paces 1A3
Replacing an ox with a sheep 1A7
the heart/mind which cannot bear to see the
suffering of others.
The Problem of Evil
God is supposed to be omnipotent,
omniscient and benevolent.
Some think that his being benevolent is
a necessary condition of his being
worthy of worship.
An Argument Against
the Existence of God
1. If God exists, then he is omni
Dating Comedy of Errors
First recorded performance, Christmas revels in
Grays Inn, one of the London inns of court, in
Play was not performed, as far as we know, in the
public theaters (
Comedy of Errors:
What an Intricate
Impeach is this?
Wheres Ephesus Located?
Ancient Ephesus in the
Mentioned in Apollonius of Tyre as site of
reunion between Apollonius and his long-los
COMEDY OF ERRORS
FARCE AS STRUCTURED
Farce: Impromptu Gag or Planned Chaos?
OED etymology: the Old French farce was a term for the
extemporaneous gag or impromptu buffoonery which the
actors in religious dramas often incorporated into their
Guidelines for Book Review Assignment
Religions of the Eastern World
Dr. Thomas Selover
There will be one book report on the last textbook, Shinto: The Way Home (20
points, approx 5 pages).
2. Basically, you should follow this structure: iden
Working Definitions for NOP
Politics broadly defined:
The habits, norms, rules, or laws that communities enact and enforce, in order to
promote peaceful coexistence and their own collective well-being; AND the
processes by which communities arrive at thes
STUDY SHEET FOR NOP MIDTERM EXAMINATION:
The in-class portion of the midterm exam will consist of at a minimum 10 substantive short
answers (it may also include fill in the blank and true and false questions). The midterm
examination will take place, TUES