GEM2027/GET1008
Sem 1 2017/2018
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Chinese Music, Language And Literature (In English)
GEM GEH1006

Fall 2016
INFLUENCE OF
TRADITIONAL CHINESE
MUSIC
AND FOREIGN GENRES
ON
CHINESE POPULAR
MUSIC
GEK1053/GEH1006 Lecture
Week 56
TRADITIONAL CHINESE
MUSIC
Chinese
popular music often
incorporate the use of traditional
Chinese instruments and folk melodies
Common mus
GET1024
RADIATION IN
EVERYDAY LIFE
Lecture 10
Chung Keng Yeow
RADIATION IS A FACT OF LIFE
Exposure to radiation from natural sources is an inescapable feature of
everyday life in both working and public environments. This exposure is in
most cases of litt
Nuclear Power Plants 2: Safety
Features & Future Designs
GET1024 Lecture 14
Defence in Depth Layers
Objective
Main Measures
Corresponding Facility
Condition
1
Preventing operating
malfunctions and system failures
Prudent design (including safety margin) a
Health
Effects due
to Radiation
(Part 1)
GET1024 LECTURE 11
Some earliest casualties of Radiation
Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen, who discovered Xrays in 1895, died of cancer of the intestine in
1923.
Marie Curie, who was also exposed to radiation throughout
Nuclear Power Plants 1:
Types & Operations
GET1024 Lecture 13
Motivation for today lecture
There are two very important applications of radiation: Medical and Energy
There are 449 power reactors currently in operation generating 392,137 MW of power in 3
Applications of
Radiation in
Agriculture & Industries
GE T1 0 24 LE CT U RE 1 9
Outline
Agriculture
Higher Crop Production & Improving Animal Production
Controlling Insect Pests
Food Processing
Industries
Nuclear Gauges (level, density and thickness
GET1024 Lecture 8
Detection, Measurement
and Identification
DR GARVIN MAK
[email protected]
Objectives
To be able to differentiate between the detection,
measurement, and identification of radiation and
radionuclides
To learn about the basics and theories
GET1024 Lecture 7
Units and Dosage
DR GARVIN MAK
[email protected]
Objectives
To learn how radiation is quantified the different
quantities of interest and their respective units
To practice thinking about unknown scenarios and to
ask the correct question
Applications of
Radiation in Science,
Engineering & Research
GE T1 0 24 LE CT U RE 2 0
Outline
A Natural Nuclear Reactor?
Radioactive Dating
Carbon Dating some examples
Argon (Potassium) Argon Dating Extinction of Dinosaurs
LeadLead Dating Age of Ea
Radiation from Nuclear
Weapons and Tests
GET1024 Lecture 16
Introduction
Module meant to discuss the peaceful use of radiation but it would be
incomplete to leave out nuclear weapons completely
The topic itself can be emotional and controversial, e.g.,
Health
Effects due
to Radiation
(Part 2)
GET1024 LECTURE 12
Importance of Understanding
the Health Effects of Low Dose of Radiation
Most of us will not encounter high dose of radiation so far seen only in wartime and some
rare reactor or source accidents
GET1024
RADIATION IN
NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
Lecture 09
Chung Keng Yeow
RADIATION IS A FACT OF LIFE
Exposure to radiation from natural sources is an inescapable feature of
everyday life in both working and public environments. This exposure is in
most cases o
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GEM2900, 2013/2014 Semester I
Continuous Assessment 03
Instructions
This is the last of a series of continuous assessments for this module.
Each correct answer to a question is worth two (2) marks.
This question sheet is available from the module workbin
GEM2900, 2013/2014 Semester I
Continuous Assessment 02
Instructions
This is the second of a series of continuous assessments for this module.
Each correct answer to a question is worth two (2) marks.
This question sheet is available from the module workbi
GEM2900, 2013/2014 Semester I
Continuous Assessment 01
Instructions
This is the first of a series of continuous assessments for this module.
Each correct answer to a question is worth two (2) marks.
This question sheet is available from the module workbin
GEM2900: Understanding Uncertainty & Statistical Thinking
Question 1: [10 marks]
(a) A GEM2900 student is required to answer 5 multiple choice questions in an assignment.
Each of the 5 questions has 4 options and in answering each question the student cho
GEM2900: Understanding Uncertainty & Statistical Thinking
Question 1: [10 marks]
Consider the following variation of the Monty Hall game. There are 3 doors labelled 1 to 3,
with a car behind one door and goats behind the remaining 2 (each door is equally
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Propsitos
El propsito central de los programas de Espaol en la educacin primaria es
propiciar el desarrollo de las capacidades de comunicacin de los nios en los
distintos usos de la lengua hablada y escrita.
Para alcanzar esta finalidad es
GEM2900  Understanding Uncertainty and
Statistical Thinking
David Chew and David Nott
Department of Statistics and Applied Probability
National University of Singapore
Some things about the final
I
The exam consists of 6 questions. 3 questions were set b
GEM2900  Understanding Uncertainty and
Statistical Thinking
David Chew and David Nott
Department of Statistics and Applied Probability
National University of Singapore
Causal reasoning
I
Todays lecture is about causal reasoning.
I
This is a difficult and
GEM2900  Understanding Uncertainty and
Statistical Thinking
David Chew and David Nott
Department of Statistics and Applied Probability
National University of Singapore
Towards looking at real data
I We observe data.
I These data have been generated by so
4.1
Four
Computing Probabilities
. . . the White Queen asked. Whats one and one and one
and one and one and one and one and one and one and one?"
I dont know," said Alice. I lost count."
Lewis Carroll
I NTRODUCTION
We have previously seen that regardless
Review of Part I
C HAPTER 1
Chance experiment: a process with uncertainty about resulted outcomes.
Event: collection of possible outcomes from a chance experiment.
Interpretations of Probabilities:
Propensities (classical);
Longrun relative frequenc
3.1
Three
Conditional probability
M OTIVATION
The probabilities assigned to various events depend on what is known
about the experimental situation when the assignment is made.
What happens if we get subsequently some additional information?
For example,