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(c) Let us take values u1 = 1 u2 = 2 u3 = 3 u4 = 4 p = q = 1 Putting these values in the MS Office Excel gives the following output. Input Parameters u1 = 1 u2 = 2 u3 = 3 u4 = 4 p = 1 q = 1 Output Values a = 1 b = 1 c = 2 d = 0 The excel file is also attached an if the input values for u1, u2, u3, u4, p and q are changed the solution values a, b, c an d will also get suitably changed. Q1. (d) A set of ‘m’ linear equations in ‘n’ variables is expressed by the following equation in terms of matrix notation: Ax = b Where A is ‘mxn’ matrix of the coefficients of the system x is ‘nx1’ column vector and b is ‘mx1’ column vector If the ‘b’ vector is a zero vector i.e. all the elements of this vector are zero, then the system of equation...

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... classroom education, online **classes** have proven to have their perks, all of which provide students with the freedom they need to achieve their educational goals. One of the primary reasons that students choose to attend online **classes** as opposed to in-person **classes** is due to the flexible schedules that online schools offer. Prior to online education, obtaining one’s college degree was difficult since people were unable to find time for school in their busy schedules of work, family, and other responsibilities. College or post-graduate education was just a dream that would have to be tended to when they found more time. Online schooling fixes this by giving students the option to do their coursework around their own schedule instead trying...

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...? Traditional room and online rooms November 12, Traditional room and online rooms Technology is one of the contemporary trends that have globalization. Some of the applications of the currents state of technology are enhanced communication over long distances such as in cases of international trade. Information technology has also been used in education to aid presentation and long distance learning. The use of technology bridges distance and offer convenience to promote learning opportunities and this has led to its popularity as witnessed in the increasing number of institutions that offer online courses. Online **classes** however have their disadvantages over traditional **classes** that limit effectiveness of leaning and both advantages...

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... of websites that you used.
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If we let "s" stand for the number of kth powers, then g(k) is the least such "s" powers. Some examples of g(k) are: g(1) = 1; g(2) = 4, since from Lagranges 4-square theorem, every natural number is the sum of atleast 4 squares. In addition it was found that 7 requires 4 squares and 23 requires 9 cubes.

Progress was made on Warings Problem by establishing bounds, or the maximum number of powers. For instance, Liouville found that g(4) is at most 53. The work of Hardy and Littlewood also led to other bounds; in particular, they found the upper bound for g(k) to be O(k2k+1).

The work of Hardy and Littlewood also led to the realization that the number G(k) is more fundamental than g(k). Here, G(k) is the least positive in...

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...1. An instance in my daily life where I rely on the skills of rounding and estimating is when I do the grocery shopping. In order to get a fair estimate of what my bill is up to, I roughly calculate the value of each shopping item by rounding to the closest whole number. An occupation such as a shop teller would need to have sound multiplication and division skills because their job requires them to give and receive the right amount of change.
2. The concept of negative numbers is harder to grasp because there cannot be anything less than nothing, which is what zero is. An example of where it is important to understand integers in the financial world is with banking (Glydon). If someone spends more than they have available... An instance in...

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This study highlights that from this classroom discussions, it seems that the Germans are very proud of their autobahns. They seem to be a source of national pride in some ways. The reporter has never been to Germany, but he hopes to see the country some day. He would like to experience driving on the autobahn so he can better understand how this highway system fits into the national character of Germans.

According to the study the most important thing that he learned in this class was about Germany’s role in World War II. The reporter knows that this is a favorite topic of many historians because the conflict was so big and has so many different aspects that can be studied. He thinks it is important to see the role that...

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... Mutual Fund Dow 30 Mutual funds involve a combination of investments. The research delves on the Merrily Lynch Mutual fund investments. The research delves on the on Home Depot Dow 30 investment. Mutual funds increase the investor’s chances of generating cash inflows.
Merrill Lynch Mutual Fund
Merrill Lynch is classified to belong to the mutual fund asset **class**. The company accepts investments from many small and large amount investors, managing investors’ funds. The company groups the total invested funds of all the investors and invests the cash inflows in several **Class** A Asset **Class** companies listed in the United States stock exchange. Currently, Merrill Lynch handled investments in several asset **class** types. The company’s...

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...**Mathematics**: Open/Closing Credit The credit card will largely depend on the credit card holder purchasing behavior. Your current card charges 16.5% annually. Therefore, interest charges on a balance of $5,000 will be given by:
This is the interest charged on your current card, regardless of the duration. On the other hand Visa Student Card charges a lower annual percentage of 10.8% after a 6 month 0% interest period. On a balance of $5,000, the interest will be;
Obviously, the student card charges a lower interest compared to your current card and even offers a grace period of 6 months interest free which makes it an attractive option. However, since you usually have a large outstanding balance, chances of defaulting or exceeding...

1 Pages(250 words)Speech or Presentation

... they discourage aspiring business people to have in mind. According to the them, a business plans enables an individual focus on the future goals as one has already planned for them rather than just enter into a business blindly. A business plan is also very necessary when it comes to securing financial aid through loans from banks and other financial institutions.
Lastly, I learnt that in order to be successful, one needs to have people skills. These are skills to facilitate interaction with people be it employees, clients or potential customers. It is the perfection of these skills that will facilitate successful engagement in team work as well as ensure the ultimate business expansion in future.
I have learnt in management **classes**...

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...Swarna1 Word count: 2273 Pothula Swarnalatha ID # 5448 Order no 153563 20th February 2007. Consider and discuss different es of food and their nutritive value
There are three important types or **classes** of food materials that are being taken by us.
1. Carbohydrates which give 4 kcals /g
2. Proteins which give 4.2 kcals/g
3. Fats which release 9 kcals/g.
Balanced diet should comprise of all the three primary ingredients of foods. People who engage themselves in sports activities are to be supplied with balanced diet containing optimum doses of carbohydrates, proteins and fats in addition to vitamins and minerals. The ancient forms of medicine like Ayurveda believed that combining different foods may be harmful (EN1). However recent...

8 Pages(2000 words)Case Study

...A. Simple Linear Regression Model Summary statistics of the given data is presented in Table below and the calculations are shown in the appendix.
Table 1: Summary Statistics of the given data
Column1
Mean
56935.71429
Standard Error
925.8561314
Median
56000
Mode
56000
Standard Deviation
3464.236433
Sample Variance
12000934.07
Kurtosis
0.732061491
Skewness
0.851323059
Range
12500
Minimum
52500
Maximum
65000
Sum
797100
Count
14
Q2) (i) The scatter diagram of annual salary versus years of experience is presented in figure 1, in the appendix. From the diagram the underlying relationship between these variables i.e. annual salary and the years of experience is positive correlation i.e. annual salary is increasing with increasing years... Simple...

8 Pages(2000 words)Math Problem

According to Bell (2004), in the United Kingdom, the government has implemented the Primary National Strategy which provides a framework for implementing ICT technology in learning. It has been recorded that primary schools have an average of 37 computers in each which are used by teachers and students in learning. There is great access to computers in secondary schools than in primary schools. It is also noted that the development of the use of ICT in teaching and learning in secondary schools is relatively more stable than in primary schools in the United Kingdom. This is perhaps due to the trickle-down effect. The trend is catching up well in primary schools which have established computer laboratories to offer ICT learning to...

7 Pages(1750 words)Term Paper

...Taste-the good, the bad and the ugly
Introduction
Pierre Bourdieu found out that even though taste may seem like an individual practice, it is under the regulation of the practice’s logic and always varies with the **class** of the people practicing it (Bourdieu, 1984). This cultural studies paper examines the controversial issue of tastes among individuals in various social **classes**. It particularly narrows down to the issue of cultural capital as defined by Bourdieu, comparing it with other forms of capital such as economic capital. It presents arguments and applies theoretical models as analytical tools to analyse these arguments. It uses examples drawn from history as well as from the present in discussing Bourdieu’s term, cultural...

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The New South Wales (NSW) Curriculum Framework was created to standardize educational communities in designing curriculum and programs to maximize their students’ potentials in all areas of development. Inclusion of Mathematics in the curriculum is aimed at developing students’ mathematical thinking, understanding, competence and confidence in the application of mathematics, their own creativity, enjoyment, and appreciation of the subject and their engagement in lifelong learning (Board of Studies New South Wales, 2002)

.Mathematics incorporates the processes of questioning, reflecting, reasoning and proof. It is a powerful tool for solving familiar and unfamiliar problems both within and beyond mathematics. As s...

6 Pages(1500 words)Case Study

... for School **Mathematics**, the National Council of Teachers of **Mathematics** stated, "Technology is essential in teaching and learning **mathematics**; it influences the **mathematics** that is taught and enhances students learning" (NCTM, 2004). Using computers in the teaching of **Mathematics** has proven to be effective in improving students’ learning of **Mathematics** (see for example Büyükköroglu, 2004). Therefore, using computers to teach **Mathematics**, at least in some respects, is better than traditional methods. There are three main reasons for this: (1) It makes the teachers and students feel more confident, (2) It enhances motivation and stimulates greater interest in **Mathematics** **classes**, and (3) It creates an overall better environment for learning...

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.... **Class** 802 Students Performance 105
Table 27 **Class** 802 Unit Test Performance 106
Table 28. **Class** 802 Lesson I Performance 107
Table 29. **Class** 802 Lesson II Performance 107
Table 30. **Class** 802 Lesson III Performance 108
Table 31. **Class** 802 Lesson IV Performance 109
Table 32. **Class** 802 Lesson V Performance 109
Table 33. **Class** 802 Lesson VI Performance 110
Table 34. **Class** 802 Lesson VII Performance 111
Table 35. **Class** 802 Lesson VIII Performance 111
Table 36. **Class** 802 Students with Scores 60 Pre Unit Test 112
Table 37. **Class** 802 Students with Scores 60 Post Unit Test 112
Figures
Figure 1. Pre Unit Histogram 105
Figure 2. Post Unit Histogram 105
Figure 3. Unit Pre Histogram 113
Figure 4. Unit Post Histogram 113
Abstract
**Mathematics**...

118 Pages(29500 words)Research Proposal

Mathematics is a pure language - the language of science. It is simple but unique in that it is able "to provide a precise expression for every thought or concept that can be formulated in its terms" (Adler, 1972). Yet, at the same time, it also has artistic qualities. Thus, Bertrand Russell (1959) regarded it as possessing not only truth but also a supreme beauty while comparing it to sculpture. It involves the study of numbers or quantities, shapes, space, logic, patterns, relationships, functions, proportions, analogies, quantitative models, etc. This makes it a highly significant, fundamental and creative subject.

However, in regards to value or relevance, it has traditionally been underestimated, as expressed famo...

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... Preface Contents: The purpose of this guide is to provide a comprehensive, insightful and useful collection of online resources for individuals who are pursuing a major in **mathematics**. Access to technical data and information which demonstrates relevance to a particular field is indispensible for students, not only to enhance the outcome of their professional qualifications while at the institution but to also employ and incorporate the gathered information with respect to their career choices in the field. For the aim of promoting the value and efficacy of this compilation, the resources which have been featured in this document encompass electronic databases, professional and scholarly journals, government agency publications, research...

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... Social es and gender roles in Charlotte Brontes Jane Eyre Introduction Written by Charlotte Bronte, Jane Eyre isa novel belonging to the bildungsroman genre. Just like many other similar novels, the plot in Jane Eyre follows the life of its key character, Jane Eyre as she comes of age. The plot of the novel follows the life of the character as the character transforms from a girl to a mature woman. She has diverse experiences most of which arise from her social **class** and the fact that she is a girl child and later a woman. The two systematic inclusions influence the author’s portrayal of social **classes** and gender roles in the plot. The two are among the main themes in the novel (Brennan 102). The author addresses the two by addressing how...

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