Question One
It doesnt make sense to infer neither that studying causes weekly work hours nor week work
hours causes study time. The kind of the relationship studied is a correlation and not a
causation. It is important to note that causation does not imp
ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION
1
Engineering and Construction
Name
University
7th February 2017
ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION
2
Question 3:
The calculations are shown in the excel;
Length
(mm)
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
550
600
10000
A high yield
Running Head: CHEMISTRY LAB REPORT
Chemistry-Lab Report
Name
University
7th February 2017
Part 1: Determining the Density of Water with a Graduated Cylinder
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CHEMISTRY LAB REPORT
2
Solution
We plotted a graph of total mass of water in the beaker on the y
ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION
1
Engineering and Construction
Name
University
7th February 2017
ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION
2
Question 3:
The calculations are shown in the excel;
Table 1. Material Types for 9.5 mm Diameter Components
Force (N)
Length
(mm)
UCLAN FIRE
www.uclan.ac.uk/fire
University of Central Lancashire
School of Engineering
Module Code
Coursework Title
Module Name
Name
6th February 2017
Word Count: 541
1. Solve the following equations:
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UCLAN FIRE
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a)
10 ( x 2 )=3 x+ 8
Running Head: GEOLOGY
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Geology 101, Spring 2017, Quiz 3
Name
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9th February 2017
GEOLOGY
2
Due at noon on Thursday, February 9.
Use the hypsographic curve and histogram plots that illustrate the distribution of earth
surface elevations printed o
Running Head: GRAPHING TECHNIQUES
1
Graphing Techniques
Name
University
8th February 2017
GRAPHING TECHNIQUES
2
GRAPHING TECHNIQUES
1. Define the following terms:
a. abscissa
Refers to the absolute horizontal distance value of the x-axis in a pair of coor
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF WATER QUALITY DATA
1. LEARNING OBJECTIVES
The following are the learning objectives
Students to understand some guidelines and techniques for water quality data analysis
and presentation
2. INTRODUCTION
Data analysis and presentati
I wanted to buy some new filing cabinets. it is $10 per unit to buy
Cabinet X, which holds 8 cubic feet of files and requires floor
space of 6 square feet. On the other hand, it is $20 for every unit
of Cabinet Y which requires floor space of 8 square fee
Weinstein, McDermott, and Roediger (2010) report that students who were given
questions to be answered while studying new material had better scores when tested on
the material compared to students who were simply given an opportunity to reread the
materi
The following sample was obtained from a population with unknown parameters.
Scores: 6, 12, 0, 3, 4
a. Compute the sample mean and standard deviation. (Note that these are descriptive values that
summarize the sample data).
b. Compute the estimated standa
A researcher prepared an example of a vertical-horizontal illusion. Although the two lines
are exactly the same, the vertical line appears to be much longer. To examine the strength
of this illusion, the researcher prepared the example in which both lines
Oishi and Shigehiro (2010) report that people who move from home to home frequently as
children tend to have lower than average levels of well-being as adults. To further examine
this relationship, a psychologist obtains a sample of n=12 young adults who
Let the two wires in x-z plane and orient the current in one of them to be along the +z direction
& current in the other one to be along the -z direction.
The magnetic field at point P due to wire 1 is given by,
B1 =
0
I/2 r
B1 =
0
I/2 x
cfw_ eq.1
The cu
Solution
Z is standred normal distribution,
so for a < b
a)
b)P(1.50<Z)=P(Z<1.50)=0.9331
c)P(Z<1.37)=0.91466
BONUS question
Ans
a)P(0<= Z<=C)=0.291
P(Z<c)-P(Z<0)=0.291
P(Z<C)=0.291+P(Z<0)
P(Z<C)=0.291+0.500=0.791
C=0.810
b)P(c<=Z<=<1.5)=0.121
P(Z<1.5)-P(Z
Data in first column is the Load applied.
Data in second column is length after load is applied. Subtracting this from the gauge length
will give us the extension due to the load.
The stress is computed by using the formula: Load per unit area. So we divi
OPTION C: yes, because the
1. Frequencies start low (the left tail of the distribution)
2. Proceed to one or two high frequencies (near the peak)
3. Decrease to a low frequency (going down after the peak)
4. and the distribution is approximately symmetric
X = X1 + X2 + X3 is normally distributed with mean:
= 60 + 60 + 60 = 180
and variance:
2
=
1
2
+
2
2
+
3
2
= 15 + 15 + 15 = 45
So, SD = =
.
(a) To calculate: P(X<200) :
Tranforming to Standard Normal Variable:
Z = (200-180)/
= 2.9814
Area under Standard N
a)
Note that the mean difference from the population mean (u) is 0.
We first get the z score for the two values. As z = (x - u) sqrt(n) / s, then as
x1 = lower bound = -0.3
x2 = upper bound = 0.3
u = mean = 0
n = sample size = 9
s = standard deviation = 2
STAT 200
(For Questions 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5) For 12 pages randomly selected from War and Peace by
Leo Tolstoy, the data set lists the mean number of words per sentence, the mean number
of characters per word.
Words/sentence
20.6
28.0
12.0
11.5
17.4
19.7
20.3
1
1
MF
Mwamili Foundation
Grant Proposal
Grant Proposal
Mwamili Foundation is a non-for-profit private organization that aims to empower the children from
slums to attain a formal education. The foundation runs two programmes that support this objective.
Fo
TITLE: IMPACT OF PUBLIC SECTOR REFORMS ON SERVICE DELIVERY IN
KENYA: CASE STUDY OF HUDUMA CENTRES
Background to the Study
In the last 20 years, Kenyas civil service has undergone a number of changes. Some of these
changes include employee rationalization
MECHANICAL PROBLEM ASSIGNMENT
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MECHANICAL PROBLEM ASSIGNMENT
Question 1
The allowable stress can be calculated from;
Safety factor=yield stress/ allowable stress
Allowable stres
CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
1.1 Background to the study.
Education remains the only major avenue for upward social mobility (Amutabi, 2003). In
developing countries, Kenya included, most of the people still live below the poverty line.
For such persons, the
DE MONTFORT UNIVERSITY
FACULTY OF ART, DESIGN & HUMANITIES
LEICESTER SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
ARCH XXXX
Dissertation
THE ARCHITECTURE OF DENYS LASDUN
RECONSIDERED IN THE 21 ST CENTURY
[Full name of author]
[PNumber]
Session 2014-15
STATEMENT OF ORIGINALITY
Running head: ADAPTIVE TECHNOLOGY FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED STUDENTS
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Adaptive Technology for Visually Impaired Students
Students Name
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Adaptive technology for visually impaired
I.
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Adaptive technology for visually impaired students
1
The Use and Misuse of Computers in Education
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Date
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Question 1
I.
Critical Review
Computer programs have been on the move to be integrated in the current education
curriculum especially for the low g