Yuen De Chiun (Group A)
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ENL 2103 Assignment 1
Title: Apple and pear
By measuring waist to hip ratio, most women fall into apple and pear shape classifications
which indicates the different body fat distribution of a woman. A ratio of 0.8 or
Abstract
This essay seeks to discuss the issue that identify in the discussion paper of reviewing
the conceptual framework for financial reporting. First of all we will talk about the
changes in asset definition. Next, we will discuss about the changes in
Yuen De Chiun
950107-07-5600
ENL 2103 Assignment 2
Topic: Causes in Sea Level Rise
Global sea level has already risen by 4 to 8 inches in the past century, and the pace of sea level
rise appears to be accelerating. It has predicted that the sea levels cou
INTI LANGUAGE CENTRE
Assignment 1(written) = 15%
Courses Information:
Course
Session
Programme
Lecturer
Coursework Type
Hand-out Date
Due Date
ENL2103 English for Academic Purposes
August 2013
DIB
Angeline Meow S.L.
Individual Assignment 1
Week 8, 14/10
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PROGRAM
DIB/DBADI
SUBJECT CODE & TITLE
ECO2103/ECO1101 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
ASSESSMENT TITLE
GROUP ASSIGNMENT (20%)
INSTRUCTOR
KHOR KOK CHIN
DATE OF ASSIGNMENT GIVEN
20th of JANUARY, 2014 (MONDAY)
ASSIGNMENT DUE DATE
28th of FEBRUARY, 2014 (FRIDAY
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Learning Outcomes
PROGRAM
Tasks/Means
DBADI/DIB
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1.1
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1.1.1
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Symbol
Q
Name
Real Numbers
Rational Numbers
I
Irrational Numbers
N
Natural Numbers
Description
Examples
Rational and irrational numbers
Numbers that can be represented as a
CHAPTER 2: BUSINESS EQUATIONS & GRAPHS
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2.1
Functions
2.1.1
Definition of a function
Definition: Relationship between 2 sets of numbers whereby each element in first set has one
and only one corresponding element in second set.
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4.1 Basic Operations
4.1.1 Terminology
0 Matrix
A matrix is an ordered rectangular array of numbers, usually enclosed in parentheses ( ) or
square brackets[ ].
0 Element
Each number in a matrix. The element in the row i and columnjof
CHAPTER 3: MATHEMATICS OF FINANCE
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3.1
Progression & Interest
3.1.1
Sequences
A sequence is a list of ordered numbers. The position of each number in a sequence is called
term.
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5.1
Systems of Linear Inequalities in Two Variables
Graphs of Linear Inequalities
Graphing Linear Inequalities
Example 1: Graph
(i)
y > 3
(iii)
x 3y
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(iv)
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Solving
Harvard
Referencing
Referencing
As a student, it is important that you identify in your
assignment when you are using the words or ideas of
another author.
The preferred referencing system Harvard system
Ways using others work
Direct quotation
paraph
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6.3
Reflective Report
Robs boss, the newly appointed Sweetwaters president, give a job to Rob, which is
to improve and change the performance rating system of the university because the
previous performance rating system was confronting a serious problem, hig
a)A contract of sale of goods is a contract whereby the seller transfers, or agrees to
transfer, the property in goods to the buyer for a money consideration, called the
"price", and there may be a contract of sale between one part owner and another.
Wher
According to MM Theory in Capital Structure, with the assumptions of no taxes, the
capital structure does not influence the valuation of a firm and also its cost of capital,
which means firms value & weighted average cost of capital (WACC) are not affecte
Calculus is the mathematics of change, and the primary tool for studying change
is a procedure called differentiation.
Rates of Change and slope
y = mx + c
y
(0, c)
x
x
y
m
x
=
y 2 y1
x 2 x1
# Rate of change is measured by slope
f(x) = y
f x h
y f x h f x
The chi-square distribution has only one parameter, called the degrees of freedom. The shape of
a chi-square distribution curve is skewed to the right for small df and becomes symmetric for
large df. The entire chi-square distribution curve lies to the ri
The arithmetic mean is the sum of all the observations divided by the number of observations. It
is written in statistical term as
x
1 n
xi
n i 1
Example: Final exam marks of biostatistics of 4 students are 75, 60, 67 and 80.
i
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2
3
4
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The objective of estimation is to determine the approximate value of a population parameter on
the basis of a sample statistic.
Point Estimator
A point estimator estimates the value of an unknown parameter using a single value or point.
Interval Estimator
Raw Data
Data recorded in the sequence in which they are collected and before they are processed or
ranked are also called raw data.
Example 1
INTI UC conducted a survey of last years Faculty of Business graduates to determine the
general areas in which t
The following requirements apply to a probability density function
a x b
f (x)
whose range is
.
1.
for all x between a and b
f ( x ) 0
2. The total area under the curve between a and b is 1.0
The normal distribution is the most important of all probabilit
5-1
Preview of the Topic
To manage a business, you must understand
How costs respond to changes in sales volume,
and
The effect of costs and revenues on profit
To understand cost-volume-profit (CVP), you must know
5-2
How costs behave
Cost Behavior Analys