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...from the officials of Al-Amal Hospital, most probably from the HR Department. Note: * Informants are not to be recruited in the LRC, although you may of course book a room in the LRC to conduct interviews or questionnaires with informants recruited elsewhere. **B4** RESEARCH IN ORGANISATIONS **B4** (i) Do you intend conducting research in: private firms, public sector organisations, charities or NGOs? If yes, you MUST complete **B4**(ii) If NO, proceed to B5 **B4** (ii) If known, give the name of the organisation(s) in which you will be conducting your research. Al-Amal Hospital in Jeddah, KSA **B4** (iii) If the organisation(s) in which you will be conducting your...

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..., x4) =1/8(x41+ 2x4 + 3x22+ 2x21x2) Suppose the available bean color is either B = blue or G = green. Then the pattern inventory of the set X of all possible colorings for S = {vertices} and colors R = {B, G} the pattern inventory resulting for the possible colorings is; f(B + G, B2 + G2, B3 + G3, **B4** + G4) = 1/8((B + G)4 + 2(**B4** + G4) + 3(B2 + G2)2 + 2(B + G)2(B2 + G2)) = **B4** + B3G + 2B2G2 + BG3 + G4 This enables the easy determination of the distinct four bead necklaces constructible from the bead colors. Conclusion The theorems that constitute the Polya enumeration theory can be used in the calculation of chemical compound enumeration and the solving of problems associated with counting...

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...+ Y2= 2222+2-2-22 = 4004
We arrived at the same answer; hence, we can say that X+Y2= X2+ Y2. To make it general:
X+Yn= Xn+ Yn
Also given were matrices A and B, defined as aX and bY, respectively. Note that a and b are constants. First, recall that when multiplying constants to any matrix, we simply multiply the constant with every element of the matrix. To illustrate:
Let A = aX, where a = 2. And thus, we have A=2 1111= 21212121 = 2222
This defined, we now move to calculating the values of A2, A3, A4, B2, B3, **B4**, as we did earlier.
Take a=2; A = 2222:
A2 = 22222222 = 8888
A3 = 222222222222 = 88882222= 32323232
A4 = 2222222222222222 = 323232322222= 128128128128
Take a=3; A = 3333:
A2 = 33333333= 18181818
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...Microsoft to Issue Record Number of Patches Simple Formulas A formula can be defined as a ment entered in excel’s worksheet used to calculate value (Smart 4). One always begins a formula in excel by typing in an equal sign, which lets excel know that to treat all the data entered into the cell as part of this formula. For example, if one clicks on a cell, then types = 2+3, then press enter, the result given is 5. One can also use the worksheet cells in a formula, for example, by using values in cell B2 and B8 that represent a certain value. Typing in =B2+B8 then pressing enter will give the result required of the sum of these cells. To find the average of values in B3 and **B4**, a formula = (B3+**B4**)/2 is...

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3. The matrix elements B2, B3, **B4**, were filled with the corresponding density (ρ), gravitational acceleration (g) and thickness (z).
The following constants were using in during the Lab:
ρ = 1,000 kg m-3
g = 9.8 m s-2
z = 1 m
4. The angles values were then entered in column E2:E18, 0-1.57, in increments of tenths, e.g., 0, 0.1, 0.2,… In the last column, (E18), the value 1.57 was entered instead of 1.6. These angle values were expressed in radian units.
5. In columns F2:F18, the angles in radians were converted to degrees. A formula was developed in each cell of the Microsoft Excel to do the conversion.
6. Shear Stress was then calculated. In Column G, a constitutive equation that calculates the...

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...analysis.
In the regression analysis of profitability, there will be three dependent variables; return on equity, net profit as well as return on assets. Each of the three variables will be regressed against independent variables, one at a time. It is important to note that return on assets does not only provide information regarding how incomes are generated by every single asset, it also depicts the ability of financial institutions to acquire deposits and invest them for considerable profits. On the other hand, return on equity denotes a measure of returns by shareholders to the firm.
The equation that will be used to do the regression analysis is as below:
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