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Title: NAMING CONVENTIONS AND PROGRAMMING CONVENTIONS
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Programming language naming
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In the field of computing, various naming conventions in turn are used as the standard
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Teamwork performance
In our daily endeavors, we as human being must end up in doing collective task. This is
because we are social beings. The performance of collective tasks is very effective and
pro

CALCULUS
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The general solution to
dy
= dt
y
lny=t+k
lny
e =e
t +k
lny
But e = y
so,
y=et +k
Question2
Solve for
dy t
=
dt y 2
2
y dy= tdt
y3 t 2
= +k
3 2
3 t2
y=
+3 k
2
3
dy
=y
dt
2
y=
(
2
3t
+3 k
2
)

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Question1
(a)
(i) The equation gives an n-shaped graph since when we have the smaller values of x the value of
y increases positively until a point where an increase of the value of x results to a dec

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ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE
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ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE
We are going to conduct analysis of variance in the following two assignments. Analysis of
variance is very cruci

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Biostatistics applications
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Biostatistics applications
Biostatistics is a branch of statistics that deals with the interpretation of scientific

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CHANNEL MOR SURVEY
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Part 5
This survey was conducted with the aim of understanding the preference of people on the
best source of energy and other aspects from different regions. Energy is

Complete Answers
1. What percentage of the student population has SAT-V scores greater than 600?
x = (600500) / 100 = 100/100 = 1.0
The percentage = 15.87
2. What percentage of the student population has SAT-V scores greater than 700?
x = (700500) / 100 =

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E-commerce and Social Networking
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How online sharing of Information can enhance or affect E-commerce and Social
networking
Introduction
E-commerce as defined by scholars, refers to bus

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Sociology and healthcare
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Sociology and Healthcare
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Categorize the following statements into biological or sociological.
1. There is a measurable difference between health and il

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Six Sigma Green Belt
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SIX SIGMA GREEN BELT
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Six Sigma DMAIC process applies in an Organization
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According to many scholars, six sigma refers to appropriate techniques

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Bottling company case study
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Introduction
This research was conducted on the basis of checking bottles of a certain brand of soda in
a company

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Distribution and Confidence Intervals
The use of normal distribution in many statistical tests and approaches is due to the fact
that, its considered as the standard units in the whole world. This is expl

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Imagine a scenario where young children ferried by a school bu

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Commercial Critique
Commercial critique, as defined by scholars refers to ways to which any individual
offering a speech applies such that, it appears persuasive and more appealing. The orator has to
capt

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Taking Computer Science as the best Course
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Every student, dream to achieve what is best for him or her. But to attain the set goals one
need to dedicate himself fully, to the desired goals. T

Math 598-93, Summer One 2016: Final Exam
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Math 598-93 Final Exam Due: June 21, 2016 at 11:59pm Chen
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Effects of modern communication avenues
The paper involves a critical explanatory synthesis of ideologies expressed by four
different visionary individuals. The explanatory synthesis will combine the inte

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ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE
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In this question, an ANOVA test has been performed on two groups of women who were
undergoing different treatments of osteoarthritis. The researchers were mo

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USING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION AT SAUDI ARABIA
Information technology plays a major role in todays formal education. In Saudi Arabia
there have been a slow integration of IT within the system within

In this paper we are going to focus on a step by step guide for users on how to build and install windows
on a personal computer. The major areas of focus in this guide is the connecting and installing
motherboard with socket 1366, an appropriate power su

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TORNADOES
Question1
The frequency of the tornadoes that are in the region is shown in the pie-chart below.
Frequency of tronadoes
16%
4%
F-0
F-1
F-2
F-3
F-4
F-5
15%
21

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HYPOTHESIS TEST
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Test of hypothesis is a procedure which is conducted in every statistical analysis. The test
of hypothesis refers to the verification as to whether t

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Regression Analysis
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Regression Analysis
Regression Analysis
Regression analysis is a statistical approach for estimating the relationship between
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ASSIGNMENT IN R
Question 1
In this question we are supposed to import the data into the R environment. To do this we are
going to use a simple command. But before we import the data, we first save the

THE PSYCHOLOGIST TEST
In the problem presented by the psychologist, there three variables i.e. training hours of the
radiographers, x-ray has fracture or not and the observation answer is correct or not. Amongst
these variables we have dependent and indep

Section A
The Spss output for
Question1 (a)
Table 1: Independent Samples t-test
Levene's Test for
t-test for Equality of Means
Equality of Variances
F
Sig.
t
df
Sig. (2-
Mean
Std. Error
95% Confidence
tailed)
Difference
Difference
Interval of the
Differen

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The task force
The role which is the main objective of this task force is to the purpose of null hypothesis
significance testing in psychological research. This has been accompanied with the responsib

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THE 2010 ELECTIONS EFFECT ON FEDERAL HEALTH CARE POLICY
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THE 2010 ELECTIONS EFFECT ON

Section A
The Spss output for
Question1 (a)
Table 1: Independent Samples t-test
Levene's Test for
t-test for Equality of Means
Equality of Variances
F
t
Sig.
df
Sig. (2-
Mean
Std. Error
95% Confidence
tailed)
Difference
Difference
Interval of the
Differen