ACT 3 SCENE 3: HOMEWORK
BY ANDREW MURPHY
Q) Describe the shifts in Othellos emotions we see, and what has caused them;
How are these different from when we first meet Othello?
During the introduction of the play (Act I), we meet Othello, and he is
portray
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Lecture 4: The Normal distribution
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Continuous variable
Definition:
Continuous random variables may take on any
value
Examples
The weight of a baby
The life length of a light bulb
etc.
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Lecture 7: Hypothesis tests
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Hypothesis tests
Consider the following hypothesis:
An investor claims that the average return of his fund is at
least 5 %
The union claim that the average income for busdrive
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Lecture 8: Comparison of two
populations
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Comparison of two populations
Examples:
- Let B be sales of a product before advertisement and A be
sales of a product after advertisement. Is A= B?
- Let B be me
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Lecture 6: Interval estimation
(Confidence interval)
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Confidence intervals
Problem: point estimates are always
wrong
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Confidence intervals
Solution: calcualte an interval that mos
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Lecture 4: The Normal distribution
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Continuous variable
Definition:
Continuous random variables may take on any
value
Examples
The weight of a baby
The life length of a light bulb
etc.
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Lecture 1: Descriptive statistics
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Lecture 1: Descriptive statistics
Collect data
We want to draw a sample from the population
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Lecture 1: Descriptive statistics
The population co
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Repetition
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Fundamental questions
Think of:
Using figures when possible
Always use examples for each question if it
is not stated otherwise on the exam! In the
example you should always use names of
var
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Lecture 3: Random Variables
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Definition of a random variable
A random variable X is a numerical
description of the outcome of an experiment
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Definition
There are two types of ran
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Lecture 9: Analysis of variance
(ANOVA)
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ANOVA
The previous lecture we investigated
H0: 1-2=0 against H1: 1-20.
Which is equvalent to:
H0: 1=2 against H1: 1 2.
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ANOVA
This lecture
Quiz 4: Unemployment
1. If the wages are kept above the equilibrium level, which of the following factors causes
unemployment:
Efficiency wages and unions
2. If the minimum wage increases, it would:
Decrease the quantity of labor demanded while increasing
Iago Diary Entry By Andrew Murphy
Dear Diary,
In Shakespeare's Othello the character Iago is one who is appalling and
intriguing to the audience simultaneously. His cruel actions are shocking, yet
enthralling. He is a character whom Shakespeare has constr
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SIMILARITIES
Othello is physically dark skinned
Characterisation of Iago
Roderigo is utilised by Iago as a vice
of evil machination(s).
Examples of Dramatic Irony: e.g.
when Iago betratying looks into
the camera behind Roderigos
And a Good Friday Was Had by All By Bruce Dawe
Q) How does Bruce Dawe explore the aspect of Identity in the poem, And a Good Friday Was Had by
All?
From Bruce Dawes consolidation of poems, Sometimes Gladness is the piece, And a Good Friday
Was Had by All.
The Catcher in The Rye: What are the various aspects of society
that Holden is in conflict with?
In the 1951 novel, The Catcher in The Rye by J.D. Salinger, there are several aspects of
society that the central protagonist, Holden Caulfield, comes in conf
Module B: Close Study, Bruce Dawe
Enter Without So Much as Knocking
Memento, homo, quia pulvis es, et in pulverem reverteris.
Blink, blink. HOSPITAL. SILENCE.
Ten days old, carried in the front door in his
mother's arms, first thing he heard was
Bobby Daz
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Lecture 2: Probability
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Definitions
A set (S) is a collection of elements,
S=cfw_w1,w2.
where w1,w2 are elements and
cfw_ are called set brackets
Figure 1 about here
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Examples of