...of Learning: Magnetic **Geophysical** Method Introduction The magnetic **geophysical** method is a scientific approach that is used to measure variations or anomalies that are localized and small in the magnetic field of the earth. Materials found on the surface of the earth such as the basic igneous rocks, and the ore magnetic bodies are helpful when it comes to the identification of the magnetic variations because they have the magnetic properties. Steel objects buried in the earth also help in the production of the strong anomalies or magnetic fields. The magnetic field of the earth can be approximated in the sense that the magnetic dipole is situated slightly off the center of the earth and that the dipole...

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**Modeling** al Affiliation) Introduction The paper applies the second-order differential equations in variousreal life situations. Most of the questions involve the masses that bounce up and down at the spring’s end. The questions apply the accurate descriptions of the motion under various motions of situations. The work also introduces a lot of results and notions that are equally applicable in things that oscillate and vibrate in similar manner. For instance, the current analysis in fundamental circuit is analogous to analysis involving the spring’s mass. Discussion Diagram representing the (MSD) System Source: "Mass-Spring-Damper." File:Mass-Spring-Damper (2 body system).svg. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Nov. 2013.

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...Introduction: Azerbaijan is one of the most populated regions, it is located neighbours east of Europe and west of Asia with an area of approximately 86,000 square kilometres, The population size according to the 2002 census showed that there are over 8 million individuals in the region, this adds up to a population density of 92 individuals per square kilometres. This paper studies the population growth rate and the mortality rate in this country; we study the population growth and mortality rate among the females in this region.
Data:
The following data was used to analyse the population characteristics in the country, the data below shows the female death rate in the last five years for every 1000 of initial population... Azerbaijan is...

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...Business and Conceptual **Modeling** In developing the information system of an organization various aspect of the project has to be taken into consideration. This includes the culture of the organization, its resilience to change and its readiness to embrace change. And the management of the irrational fear amongst the employee of being laid-off only to be replaced by machines.
Another primordial consideration in Information System development is the rationalization and management of expectation with regards to deliverables. Change does not happen overnight, having said that, the organization should not consider the information system as the solution to all that is wrong in the organization.
In the same manner the...

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...FINANCIAL **MODELING** By of the of the School Briefly explain the conceptsof expected return, standard deviation, and correlation (in the context of share prices), and discuss their importance in portfolio management.
The fundamental concept behind Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT) is the fact assets in an investment portfolio should generally not be selected individually, each and every one on its own merits. It is very necessary to consider how each and every asset changes in price relative to how every other asset in the portfolio changes in price. The process of investment is basically a tradeoff between expected return and risk. Generally, it is thought that assets with much higher expected returns are more risky. For any...

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Linear Regression Analysis
Strengths
This is a technique of statistical analysis that helps business managers, economists and even business researchers forecast on the trends of their businesses in the coming future. Regression analysis will give the trends of the variables and this relationship will give a clear picture on what to...

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1.1 System diagram and time domain equations.
1.1)1. System diagram
Fig.1.0. System diagram and free body diagram of a Mass Spring Damper (MSD) system. Available at http://ctms.engin.umich.edu/CTMS/index.php?example=Introduction§ion=SystemModeling
1.1)2. Derivation of time domain equation
Applying Newton’s third equation on the system and then summing the forces acting on the system yields the following equations.
Newton’s 3rd law: (1)
Summation of forces: (2)
1.1)3. Description
The equation is reached by taking the algebraic sum of all forces...

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...A study on the effect of Unemployment benefits on unemployment By School Location Outline A study on theeffect of unemployment benefits on unemployment
I. Introduction:
II. Background of the study
III. Data for the study
a. Table on the data for the study
b. Chart on the analysis for the study
IV. Method of the study
V. Results of the study.
a. Effect of inflation and Unemployment benefits on unemployment
b. Limitations of the analysis
VI. Conclusion
VII. Recommendations
a. Provision of unemployment benefits in a short term period
b. Vary the remission of unemployment benefits based on economic conditions
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...Mathematical **Modelling** al Affiliation Mathematical **modelling** is a fundamental way of using mathematics to solve real world situations. The solution involves both a theoretical approach to describe the system in general, and a mathematical approach where numerical answers are required. This report uses roller coaster and rectangular area problems to demonstrate the application of mathematical **modelling** using differentiation.
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Explaining mathematical **modelling**
In as much as mathematical **modelling** is mathematics, it is also a theoretical science, thus offers mathematical answers to both narrow questions requiring numerical answers, and broach...

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