Throughout the first chapter we covered in AP Statistics, I felt generally comfortable with the material. In my opinion, the balance between instructional videos and straight learning allowed for a better understanding of the topic. Although the videos were solely for instructional purposes, they were still relatively entertaining and made the classroom experience more enjoyable. I liked how the curriculum began with the introduction to experiments; the basis of all statistics and all mathematics branched off that. In other words, I liked how each topic within the unit was an extension of the previous. For example, after learning the many types of sampling such as cluster sampling, multistage sampling, stratified sampling, systematic sampling, and simple random sampling, we learned how to employ these types of sampling in the construction of various experiments. All problems that I have encountered in statistics so far have had nothing to do with solving for variables or linear graphs; rather they are complex word problems about populations and samples. Statistics has turned out to be the complete opposite of what I thought it was going to be. Overall, I think the topics in this unit were not difficult to learn and conceptualize, yet, I sometimes found them tricky to apply to certain situations. For example, there are many ways to pick a sample size, but which way is the best? Many biases may be present but which one is the best example? I believe that the best…
10 single-spaced pages.
STYLE: Suitable for submission to a first-rate technical conference or journal.
CONTENT RESTRICTIONS: The paper must represent work that the student did as a graduate student at UCLA. Students must explicitly acknowledge in detail any contributions, including those of their faculty advisor, that are not their own.
PREPARATION: An individual studies class, CS597B: Preparation for Ph.D. Preliminary Examination, is offered for variable units (2-12) and may be used…
– Between (2 between subjects factors)
Mixed Design (1 between, 1 within subjects factor)
Within – Within (2 within subjects factors)
The purpose of this experiment was to determine
the effects of testing mode (treadmill, bike) and
gender (male, female) on maximum VO2.
mode is a within subjects factor with 2 levels
Gender is a between subjects factor with 2 levels
Maximum VO2 is the dependent variable.
A 3 x 2 Design
of the exhaust gases provides the energy to
make steam for water and space or industrial heating; cogeneration
systems that use natural gas provide relatively clean and efficient
11.most abundant: coal
will run out of first: oil
Chapter 12--Nuclear Energy
1. atomic mass:
sum of protons and neutrons in the nucleus
number of protons per atom; each element has itws
own atomic number; BUT the number of neutrons in each atom of a given
Chapter 12 – Decision Making, Creativity, and Ethics
* Is there a right way to make decisions?
* How do people actually make decisions?
* How can knowledge management improve decision making?
* What factors affect group decision making?
* How can we get more creative decisions?
* What is ethics, and how can it be used for better decision making?
* What is corporate social responsibility?
Is there a right way to make decisions?
* Decision – the choice made…
Chapter 12: Services
1) A few service jobs I'm interested in would be an anesthesiologist this type of service job is consumer service under health services. These doctors play an essential role in keeping patients alive, and asleep during surgery no matter how long it may take. Their handsome paychecks reflect the responsibility and risk involved in their jobs. Another service job I'm interested in is an Aerospace Engineer; they conduct engineering duties in designing…
something that pleases them.
The former president had tried to propitiate the people ultimately failed. Horribly.
11.) Pinnacle noun syn high point
Def- a high, pointed piece of rock.
The modern countries are said to be the pinnacles of civilization.
12.) Ludicrous adj syn ridiculous
Def- so foolish, unreasonable, or out of place as to be amusing; ridiculous.
The boys found Simon’s opinions about the Beast ludicrous at first.
13.) Truculent adj syn aggressive
Def- eager or quick to argue or fight;…
Examination: 30% (Exam consists of identification, multiple choice and essay questions. Questions cover material from class lectures, readings, hand-outs, discussions, videos, films, and slides. The final exam is not cumulative. Study guide will be provided).
2 Essay Papers: 20% each for a total of 40 % (Students respond to a series of questions. Responses must be at least 4 pages in length but not to exceed 5 pages, typed, double spaced and numbered. These are due on the date designated in the syllabus…
After studying this chapter, you should have an understanding of
• the range of torts that are relevant to business organizations
• how torts arise from the use of property
• how torts arise from business operations
• how a business can manage the risk of liability in tort
Recognize that business activity can result in tort action (page 261)
Recognize the torts that arise from the use of property (pages 262–267)…
run its organization at the lowest cost sustainable or it cannot compete on low price… at least not over the long haul and remember … strategic planning is long-term … very long term. Now, let’s take another look at the grand strategies.
[Slide no. 12 & 13: Grand Strategies]
Remember that there are three grand strategies – product development, market expansion, and concentration. Recall, also that product development means that you plan to “grow” by extending your product line. Market expansion…