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Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Sampling

Predetermined sample size may guide sample size selection in quantitative research. On the contrary, during data collection in the qualitative study, the research waits until a point of saturation. Randomization is commonly used in quantitative research to reduce bias, whereas, in qualitative research, there are no such attempts during sampling. In qualitative sampling, a purposefully […]

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occurrence of selling and purchasing, dealings entirely ignored any consultation to the humanitarian aspect of trade considering each slave’s basic inalienable rights as humans, at least. A recount by a certain Taylor Jackson for instance, told of his own 1938 ordeal in the Nigger Traders Yard for three months, witnessing black slaves getting auctioned off […]

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Homework Week 7 Chapter 7

Homework: Week 7, Chapter 7 The scope of statistics involves collection and analysis of data for decision-making, with its application in monitoring and evaluation particularly identifying its essence in research and industrial application. This paper seeks to respond to a case and to offer a reflection on descriptive statistics. Case A reporter randomly sampled 725 […]

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W5Data Security Policy

Modern technology poses modern confronts to the protection of entity privacy which existing (Laudon amp. Laudon, 1999). Privacy is the declaration of individuals to be theft alone, free from observation or intrusion from other individuals of organizations as well as the state. Declarations to privacy are also caught up at the place of work. Information […]

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Communication to mitigate disasters

gger than 1.5 x 2 kilometres because we are unable to adequately control the focus of the map from http://webmap.city.burnaby.bc.ca/publicmap/viewer.htm. On the other hand, the vertical distance from 4788 Brentwood Drive is smaller than 1.5 kilometres whether northward or southward. The relatively short vertical distance attempts to offset the relatively bigger horizontal coverage of the […]

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Decision Making and Rationality in the Modern World

Cognitive psychologists define ‘decision making’ as a mental task that occurs in weighing relevant information or selecting among options. However, decision making is highly vulnerable to failure due to individuals’ cognitive design (Hardman 2009, 117). Primarily, individuals often evaluate the probability of a situation by the simplicity or convenience with which models can be created […]

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Patient Internet Guide

PATIENT INTERNET GUIDE There are many internet sites nowadays which can be a good source of information especially to patients and their caregivers. Nevertheless, not all medical websites or blogs contain accurate or valid information since most sites is created to sell some products or services. If you want to learn more about a medical […]

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I attached the questions that I need answered. I need the work shown or any explanations stated. Could STAT 200 Final Examination Spring 2016 OL1/US1 Page 1 of 11 STAT 200 Introduction to Statistics Name______________________________ Final Examination: Spring 2016 OL1 / US1 Instructor… Statistics and Probability

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The following sample data sets Find the appropriate center of the data (mean or median) and the appropriate

Question the following sample data sets. Find the appropriate center of the data (mean or median) and the appropriate measure of variability (standard deviation or interquartile range). Explain why you chose these measures. Describe the shape of the data distribution and explain why you chose that shape. Include any information that will help your readers […]

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QQ Plot shows most With more and more students utilizing bus service, especially during the colder months, it is pertinent to reduce the wait times for students. A local highschool’s Bus Route 65 has a posted pick up time for Stop 1 on the route, at the corner of Ave B and 56th Street, to […]

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Suppose researchers are interested in a program that is intended to reduce overall calorie intake in a group of

Question Suppose researchers are interested in a program that is intended to reduce overall calorie intake in a group of women looking to lose weight after pregnancy. The program manager sets a daily calorie intake limit of 2,050calories/day. Which of the following represents the null and alternative hypotheses representing a two-sided one sample t-test for […]

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Question Final Shot

John Diggle needs to give up his trusted Glock for a more Question Stun Gun (cm): 4.9 14.1 7 7.2 5.4 8.6 are the conditions for the problem met? All the conditions of the Problem are wet.For Glock ( 2 ) : –His togvamyclassFrequency5 – 101410 – 11515 – 20T65 10 15 20It is positively […]

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Find Pr{N(t)&gt

=k} is a renewal process having lifetime density f(x)= rho*exp^(-rho(x-delta)), for x Finding Pr{N(t)gt;=k}, and it is a renewal process having lifetime densityWe know P(N(t) = k) = Fk(t) − Fk+1(t)where f(x) = rho * exp(-rho 9x-delta)) /x/ ≤ 1 or Fk(t) = P[Sk ≤ t] and Sk =… Statistics and Probability

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Question 2 Which of the following can be reduced by proper interviewer Question 11. Which of the following is most likely a population as opposed to a sample?2. respondents to a newspaper survey3. the first 5 students completing an assignment4. every third person… Statistics and Probability

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As concrete​ cures it gains strength The following data represent the​ 7day and​ 28day strength in

Question As concrete​ cures, it gains strength. The following data represent the​ 7-day and​ 28-day strength in pounds per square inch​ (psi) of a certain type of concrete. Data: 7-Day_Strength_(psi) x 28-Day_Strength_(psi) y 3330 4850 2620 4190 2300 4070 3380 5020 3390 5220 (A)Treating the​ 7-day strength as the explanatory​ variable, x, use technology to […]

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A financial analyst for a bank wants to analyze the relationship between customer’s credit scores and

Question A financial analyst for a bank wants to analyze the relationship between customer’s credit scores and home-ownership. She suspects that renters have on average lower credit scores than home owners, and that credit scores improve over the time that customers live in their current residence. A linear regression model with these two variables confirms […]

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Find the zscore(s) for which 90%

of the distribution’s area lies between -z and Question Find the z-score(s) for which 90% of the distribution’s area lies between -z and z. (Round answer to the nearest thousandths and use a comma to separate answers as necessary.) (Do not place a space in between your answers!) Statistics and Probability

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A management consulting team needs a team of four to analyze the operations of a new client The team should

Question A management consulting team needs a team of four to analyze the operations of a new client. The team should comprise an accountant, a production specialist, a finance specialist, and a management specialist. On its staff, the consulting firm has available six accountants, five production specialists, three finance specialists, and eight management specialists. How […]

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Preston an official for a state’s department of safety wants to show that the population mean speed of passenger

Question Preston, an official for a state’s department of safety, wants to show that the population mean speed of passenger vehicles traveling on a certain expressway is greater than the posted speed limit of 65mph. Preston collects a random sample of 59 passenger vehicles traveling on the expressway and finds that the sample mean speed […]

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As you continue to help Ima at Getta Byte Consider the following questions for the Getta Bill project How should

Question As you continue to help Ima at Getta Byte, Consider the following questions for the Getta Bill project. How should the risks be prioritized? Who should do the prioritization of the project risks? How should project risks be monitored and controlled? Who should develop risk responses and contingency plans? Who should own these responses […]

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Problem Set 1 Pearson Correlation Coefficient AnalysisResearch Scenario

Question Problem Set 1: Pearson Correlation Coefficient Analysis Research Scenario: A clinical psychologist would like to determine whether there is a relationship between observer ratings of children’s externalizing behaviors and scores on an established diagnostic interview assessing externalizing disorders (like ADHD, CD, etc.). He administers the diagnostic interview to 25 children and records these scores. […]

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