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Information technology project management...d3a 1.1 1 2 2.5 1.92 0.06 4.3.2 Risk response plan d3b 1.1 1 2 2 1.83 0.03 4.4 Update Project management plan **d4** 1.1,1.7 1 2 2 1.83 0.03 5.1 Procurement of records and files from Vendor e1 1.1,1.9 0.5 0.5 1 0.58 0.01 5.2 Procurement of all software codes from vendor e2 1.1,1.9 0.5 0.5 1 0.58 0.01 5.3 Dry run of the integrated HRIS system e3 1.1, 1.2,1.4 1 2 2.5 1.92 0.06 5.4 Documentation of the Training execution e4 1.1,1.2,4.5 1 1.5 2 1.50 0.03 5.5 Gaining formal Acceptance e5 1.1 0.5 1 1 0.92 0.01 Precedence and sequencing: The Activities with labels and the sequencing or precedence of activities is shown in the table below: Table6.Precedence of Activities Activity Definition Duration(weeks) Code...

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Enginering Science....
However, our main concern is to find a section with kL/r <100.
Solution:
kL/ r =100
0.5 * 300 / r = 100
r = 1.5
The lightest section with r > 1.5 with values given in the appendix is the I section 406 x 178 with minimum r = 2.02 cm.
5. A solid shaft used in the control system of an aircraft is 50mm in diameter. The maximum allowable shear stress is 84 MPA. Find the torsional strength (torque) of the shaft. P3
= Tr / J where J = **D4** / 32
84 = T (50) / ( 504 / 32 )
T = 1030.84 N.m
6. For the question above, the solid shaft has a 40mm hole bored in it to save weight.
a. Determine the new torsional strength of the tubular shaft.
= Tr / J where J = (**D4** - **d4** ) / 32
84 = T (50) / [ (504 - 404) / 32]
T = 608.61 N.m
b... CRITERIA Analyse static engineering systems Determine distribution of shear force, moment...

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Non-Scheduled Perioperative Care...a better health service for patient.
Critical Evaluation of the Incident
In this case study the patient will be treated because of the sudden deterioration of the health of the patient. Consideration on her case must be done since she is 7 months pregnant. Evaluation of the procedure should be done carefully to avoid immature labor. Anesthesia and other medication should be properly computed and addressed to. Information to patients relative should be given to avoid confusion and other question.. The purpose is to cure the patient without endangering the baby on her womb and to be able to treat the mother successfully.
This is a case of a 23 year old female patient, weighing 60 kg, with 7 months amenorrhea, with Kock's spine at level...

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Individual operations management report...of defects (c bar) is calculated. The control limits are then given by:
Lower Control Limit = c bar – 3(c bar)^.5 or 0 whichever is smaller
Upper Control Limit = c bar + 3(c bar)^.5
Using the values for number of defectives, the control limits and the value of c bar, the control chart is plotted.
For R chart, the ranges of each sample are computed and the mean range (R bar) is computed. The control limits are given by:
Lower Control Limit = D3 * R bar
Upper Control Limit = **D4** * R bar
Using the values of ranges, R bar and control limits, the control chart is plotted.
For x bar chart, the individual means (x bar) of each sample are calculated and then an overall mean (x bar bar) is calculated. The control limits are given...

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Operation management...subgroups is 200. Thus, using c-chart makes absolute sense. The 3 sigma control limits for a c-chart are calculated as:
Control Limits = c bar ± 3(c bar)^.5
where c bar is the mean of the number of defects of each of the 30 subgroups.
The control chart can then be obtained using the number of defects and control limits.
x bar and R charts can be used for the second table because these charts are used when the actual quantities or observations are given. The 3 sigma control limits for R chart are given by:
Lower Control Limit = D3 * R bar
Upper Control Limit = **D4** * R bar
where R bar is the mean of the range of height of the dolls for each of the 30 subgroups.
The control chart can then be obtained using the height range...

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D4... 25 October Temperament Temperament is defined as stable differences among individuals based on the emotional reaction’s quality and intensity, self-regulation, and reactivity. Temperament guides an individual’s behavior. Basically, it depicts how an individual would respond to a certain situation in which he/she is caught.
As a child, I was very extroverted, and in many ways, dependent upon others. I remember that when I was in the kindergarten school, I would get my class work done by the girl sitting next to me rather than doing it myself. As she did the work, I would keep an eye on the teacher to ensure that we were not caught.
The parenting style of punishment best fits the temperament I had as a child. As a child, I... 25 October...

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Homework for Chapter 6 and 7...is the present value of all expected future dividends, discounted at the dividend growth rate.
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A: Stock As expected dividend at t = 1 is only half that of Stock B.
Constant Growth (Gordon) Model Formula
Current Dividend = Current Price * (k-g)/(1+g)
Current Price k g
Stock A 25 15% 10%
Stock B 25 15% 5%
Stock A Stock B
Current Dividend = 1.14 2.38
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C: The preemptive right is a provision in all corporate charters that gives preferred stockholders the right to purchase (on a pro rata basis) new issues of preferred stock.
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C: $29.05
d0 1.25
g 25%
k 10%
D1 1.56
D2 1.95
D3 2.44
**D4** 3.05
D5 3.05
Discount...

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D4... Children’s Representation of Their Experiences and Learning There are three main stages or ways that will encourage the children to represent their learning. The first way is through requesting the children to represent what they think or remember about the topic. The children may do this by painting, drawing or by sharing what they know about the topic in class. Through painting and drawing the children will be able to express their ideas, also the teacher and the other children`s will be in a position to build up the scene and they can explain it in words.
The second way is by helping the children to represent the finding they have; the children should be assisted to express their ideas so that the others may understand... Children’s...

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Asbestos exposure from the World Trade Center disaster.... The levels range was between 0.003 f/cc and o.044 f/cc.
Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL): 0.1 fiber/cubic centimeter for the 8-hr time weighted average.
The Excursion Limit: 1 fiber/cubic centimeter over the 30-minute period.
Area
Location
#of Samples
Fiber/cc
**D4**
32 Old Slip – Daiwa Securities
5
0.003-0.004
C3
Hanover Square Area
2
0.003-0.004
**D4**
55 Water Street
1
0.003
C3
Old Slip/Wall Street
1
0.003
C4
Water/Broad Street
1
0.003
**D4**
Old Slip/Water Street
1
0.004
2. 9/14 WTC OSHA Asbestos Sampling Data
The personal air sampling data was subject to obtain throughout the selected areas of the Financial District and the area north of WTC. The levels were ranging between 0.003...

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Computer Network...errors is it possible to detect? How many errors is it possible to correct?
The length of the data sequence is 6
The number of parity bits is 5
The length of the code word is 11
The parity scheme is represented as
P0 = D0 + D1 + D3 + **D4**
P1 = D0 + D2 + D3 + D5
P2 = D1 + D2 + D3
P3 = **D4** + D5
P4 = D0 + D1 + D2 + D3 + **D4** + D5 + P0 + P1 + P2 + P3
The syndrome matrix is
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D5
**D4**
D3
D2
D1
D0
P4
P3
P2
P1
P0
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1
1
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1
1
1
1
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0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
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1
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5) Ten-bit messages are transmitted using a Hamming code. How many check bits are needed to ensure that the receiver can detect and correct...

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