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Quiz
Quiz
> 0.5
In coin we have only two outcomes either head or tail, so the probability of getting a tail in the next tail would be less than 0.5.
Decreases
The power of test increases and the probability of Type II error will decrease, as sample size increases.
Histogram of ...

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HOMEWORK
Homework - 4
Homework - 4
CMATH 6108
Question 1
Solution
10 ! = 1 x 2 x 3 x 4 x 5 x 6 x 7 x 8 x 9 x 10
10 ! = 3628800
Therefore, there are 3628800 options for planning the layout of the walkway being built using the rectangular pavers. ...

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TRANSPORTATION COSTS
TRANSPORTATION COSTS
TRANSPORTATION COSTS
Linear Program Model for cost minimization transportation schedule
Min (Cost) = (25 + 38)*X1 + (27 + 34)*X2 + 57*X3 + (25 + 42)*X4 + (33 + 38)*X5
Min (Cost) = 63*X1 + 61*X2 + 57*X3 + 69*X4 + 71*X5 + 61000
Subject to the following Constraints:
X1 ...

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Mathematics A Quantitative Reasoning Approach 3rd edition
Mathematics A Quantitative Reasoning Approach 3rd edition
Chapter 3A
11) Conclusion: False
Reason: Let your income = X
Then my income = 120%*X = 1.2X
This shows that your income = 80%*1.2X = 0.96X ? X which does not make sense
13) Conclusion: True
Reason: It is possible that ...

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Quasi-Experimental Design
Quasi-Experimental Design
Question # 1
Recommendation of Quasi-Experimental design
Non-Equivalent Groups Design
The non-equivalent class seems like a most beneficial design associated with Quasi Experimental design. That design consists of an active band of contributors that be given a therapy as well as yet another recent band of contributors to be able to ...

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Quantitative Research Plan
Quantitative Research Plan
Introduction
The given study is planned to watch the a few variables that can illustrate the conduct of South Korean residents with respect to HIV/AIDS. The example involves thirteen separate variables out of which ten are ostensible, two are scaled, and one is ordinal. The example ...

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FILING SYSTEMS
Filing Systems
Filing Systems
Alphabetic and Numeric Filing Systems
Alphabetic Filing System
Numeric Filing System
Anna
92394
Austin
92398
Brian
92401
Colin
92402
Janet
92405
Joel
92406
Julia
92409
Justin
92410
Lawrence
92413
Lillian
92414
Martha
92417
Micheal
92418
Patrick
92421
Phoebe
92422
Rachel
92425
Robert
92426
Robert
92429
Sally
92430
Sheryl
92433
Tracey
92437
Similarities
Alphanumeric sorting is used for sorting custom types of number fields like grades, phone numbers, serial numbers and zip codes etc. This method is same in both numeric and alphabetic sorting. The alphanumeric sorting determines the lowest/ smallest alpha ...

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Assignment
Article - The emerging dental workforce: why dentistry? A quantitative study of final year dental students' views on their professional career
Major research question(s)
The major research question of the study related to choice of professional career of the final year students of King's College London in dentistry with respect to sex, ...

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The History of probability between 17 Century and 20 Century
The History of probability between 17 Century and 20 Century
Introduction
The concept of Probability is revolving from many years, but the theory of probability did not consider as mathematics' branch till the middle of 17th century. In the 15th century, various works ...

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Assignment # 3 Pricing
Assignment # 3 Pricing
Answer No. 1
Quantity demanded = a + b (Price)
From the above graphical representation, it can be observed that as the price of the Bluebird Potato Chips is increasing, the quantity demanded of the Bluebird Potato Chips is decreasing which represent negative trend. Keeping this ...