WHAT IS YOU SEE IS NOT WHAT YOU GET!
WHY USE SPREADSHEETS?
Broadly one could say that
Spreadsheets are used for: Holding data (primary stage)
Organising data in Lists
Analysing data (secondary stage
Influence of Experiential Marketing in
India
Influence of Experiential Marketing in India
A lot of frenzy is going over the online offers and android as well
as iPhone applications providing a plethor
Matrix Structure
A matrix management structure is an organizational structure in which people report to multiple
managers, that has different roles.
Matrix management is used for a number of reasons,
Case Analysis: Uber India Driver Engagement
Drivers form the core part of business of a company like Uber. There is a lot of dependability on
the drivers in various aspects such as comfort, convenienc
INTERFACE, The Marketing Club of K. J. Somaiya would like to invite articles for the December 2016 Issue
of "The Marksman" K. J. Somaiya's Exclusive Marketing Magazine.
Articles can be sent on any one
What according to you are the major differences between online and offline shopping?
The major differences between online and offline shopping are:
1) You get more choices online than offline
2) It i
Conflict and Negotiation
The opposing ideas and techniques where one party feels that the other party is trying to destroy about
which it cares for. The Great Escape has depicted various scenes of con
Internship as a financial analyst.
Be it primary school, secondary school, engineering or MBA anything related with numbers has
always been interesting for me. Finance, as a field, has always fascinat
A start up on the verge of completing two years. In a city with more than 15 million population and
assuming that 80% of the population isnt in such a financial state that they can afford a laundry
se
Organizational Study of Ashok Leyland
Aim: To study and analyze the organizational structure and functionalities of Ashok Leyland
Scope: We will be covering the following topics:
Structure: The nature
Chapter 8
Whichofthefollowingstatementsappliestoapointestimate?
Question1:
a.
Thepointestimateisaparameter.
b.
Thepointestimatewilltendtobeaccurateifthesamplesizeexceeds30for
nonnormalpopulations.
c.
Algebraic proof:
2*C(n,2)+n^2 = 2(n(n-1)/2 + n^2
= (2n^2-2n+2n^2)/2 = (4n^2-2n)/2
= 2n(2n-1)/2 = C(2n, 2)
AND
combinations proff:
Given 2n objects, split them into 2 groups of n, A & B. 2-combination
The Role of Information Technology in Business
The role of information technology systems in a
business environment can be classified into four
broad categories. These categories include
function perf
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P.O. Box 8
New Tafo - Akim
27 TH September, 2016.
The Municipal Director,
Ghana education service,
Kibi.
Dear sir,
APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF SALARY, FRANCIS D. OFORI, STAFF
Assignment
USE THE HARVARD REFERENCING SYSTEM THROUGHOUT THE
REPORT
Problem 1 (25 pts)
The cost of 14 models of digitals cameras at a camera specialty store during 2014 was as
follows:
340 450 450 280
4. Why is a 99% confidence interval wider than a 95% confidence interval?
12. A person claims to be able to predict the outcome of flipping a coin. This person is correct 16/25
times. Compute the 95%
Question 1
1 pts
Which of the following is NOT a possible probability?
25/10
0
1.25
1
0
Question 2
1 pts
The checking accounts of USF Credit Union are categorized
by age of account and balance in acco
Survey: Number of ice cream sold by a local ice cream shop
versus the temperature on that day for 12 days.
Ice Cream Sales vs
Temperature
Temperatur
e C
Ice Cream
Sales
14.2
$215
16.4
$325
11.9
$185
1
EXERCISES 5.2
Mechanics
14. Calculate the mean, the variance, and the standard deviation of the following discrete
probability distribution.
mean =
Variance
=
sd =
10.75
28.187
5
5.3091
9
15. Calculat
Luke Moore
CSIS 351
CRC Cards for the classes Customer, Invoice, TradeVehicle, SalesPerson, PurchasedVehicle, and
DealerInstalledOptions are shown below:
Customer
Front:
Class Name: Customer
ID:1
Desc
Sol: (2)
By using Bayes rule,
Bayes rule:
If: A1UA2UAn= AiAj= for ij, P (B) 0
Then:
P (Ai/B) =
()(/)
= ()(/)
=
A1=cfw_r=0.1
A2=cfw_r=0.2
B= cfw_X=3
We want to compare: P(r=0.1/X=3) and P(r=0.2/X=3)
We
For the best Java read performance, there are four things to remember:
Minimize I/O operations by reading an array at a time, not a byte at a time. An 8K byte
array is a good size.
Minimize method cal
1. HTML and XHTML
a. What are rendering agents?
b. What executes scripting language code?
c. What is the IDE?
d. What are the different types of DTD?
e. What do you call what Web servers return?
f. Wh
Assumption: your strings require you to have ANY of the 26 letters of the English alphabet with special restrictions:
a) Number of strings that contain the letter `a` is the same as # of strings with
ANS
Minimize I/O operations by reading an array at a time, not a byte at a time. An 8Kbyte
array is a good size.
Minimize method calls by getting data an array at a time, not a byte at a time. Use arr
#include <stdio.h>
void main()
cfw_
int x, y;
int a,b,c,d;
printf("Enter the values for X and Y\n");
scanf("0 0", &x, &y);
if (x > 0 & y > 0)
printf("point (0, 0) lies in the First quandrant\n");
a+;
y
Please remember to show ALL of your work
on every problem.
1) Solve the inequality, write your solution in interval notation, and graph the solution set on a
number line: 15 4 x 45 .
x
y
Thesis
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others as you would like to finish onto yourself. Unfortunately, we live in
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