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Prescription Addition...PRESCRIPTION **ADDITIONS** AND POTENTIAL (DISPENSING) ISSUES This study examines the various aspects of prescription **addition** and associated dispensing difficulties. Prescription **addition** is studied with respect to eye disorders like Presbyopia, Cataract, Juvenile stress myopia etc. The various causes of prescription **addition** due to these disorders are analysed. Dispensing difficulties form an important part of this study. The various types of prescriptions which are difficult to fill and the consequent effect on the patient are analyzed. Pediatric dispensing difficulties are another area of concern.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Introduction 1
2. Causes for Prescription **Addition** 1
3. Dispensing Issues 4
4. Conclusion 6... ...

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Economics graphs..., there is also the emerging market of China that will require **additional** oil supply to meet their growing energy requirements. With this upswing in overall demand, the oil producers may not be able to adjust production capacity, specifically in the short run. The situation may be depicted in **Graph** 5 below.
**Graph** 5-Projected Oil Price Movement
**Graph** 4- Major Events and Real World Oil Prices, 1970-2005
References
Begg, D., Fischer, S. & Dornbusch, R. Foundations of Economics. McGraw-Hill Inc. 2002.
“Oil Industry.” The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th ed. Columbia University Press. 2003.
Samuelson, P. & Nordhaus, W. Economics. McGraw-Hill Inc. 1992.
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Vector GIS Project...on distance/proximity from **vector** or raster themes;
· Create density maps from themes containing point features;
· Create continuous surfaces from scattered point features;
· Create contour, slope and aspect maps and hill shades of these surfaces;
· Carry out raster analysis;
· Perform Boolean queries and algebraic calculations;
· Perform raster classification and display;
· Perform integrated raster-**vector** theme analysis;
· Build spatial models (e.g. least cost paths and land suitability models).
In **addition**, ArcView Spatial Analyst also includes a suite of more advanced raster analysis tools that can be accessed through...

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Comparing Linear Graphs...inequality. In **addition**, in case of linear equation **graph**, there will be only one value of y for one value of x. However, in case of linear inequality **graph**, there will be more than one (infinite) value of y for one value of x.
In what ways can you present these **graphs** to help your company understand them better?
A linear equation **graph** can be easily plotted if some points (x, y) are known. Similarly, a linear inequality **graph** can be plotted if the points for linear equation of the linear inequality are known. The above two examples of linear equation and linear inequality have same expression (only difference is = and ≤ or ≥) and...

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The Depicting Graphs...The Depicting **Graphs**
QUESTION 1
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The **graph** depicts that the quantity supply of t-shirts is less than the quantity demanded by the market. At this price i.e. £6, the suppliers are willing to less t-shirts i.e. 40 whereas the consumers are willing to buy more t-shirts i.e. 105 at the same price. Therefore, this has resulted in the shortage of the 65 t-shirts in the market.
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If the market is left to operate freely for a long time, the competition amongst the buyers of these t-shirts will force the price of these t-shirts to rise. It will continue to rise until the quantity supplied matched the quantity demanded and a sustainable price is achieved.
Figure 1: Price is driven up to...

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Basic Statistics and graphs...year)
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**Graph** I: Histogram (5 Year Prices)
**Graph** I: Histogram (1 Year Prices)
a. Similarities and Differences between two data sets
The two histograms (**Graph** I & II) are showing different trends because maximum homes (38) sold before 5 years ago were sold between $115,000 and $129,000 and 35 homes were sold between $130,000 and $144,000. On the other hand, this year prices increased and maximum number of homes (38) was sold between $145,000 and $159,000. Moreover, 5 years ago, home prices range was between $100,000 and $159,000 whereas, this year homes have been sold at a price between...

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Vector Theorems...XXXXX No. XXXXX MATHEMATICS **VECTOR** THEOREMS GEOMETRY XYZ 15 November, Theorem: A triangle and its medial triangle have the same centroid.
Suppose that ABC is a given triangle as shown in the figure below with vertices given as
A= (a1, a2), B= (b1, b2), and C= (c1, c2).
Figure 1
Let D, E, and F be the mid-points of sides AB, BC, and AC respectively. By joining these points, a triangle DEF is formed which is called medial triangle. This medial triangle is sometimes also known as auxiliary triangle (Dixon, 1991). The medial triangle DEF consists of the vertices
D= (d1, d2) = ((a1+ b1)/2, (a2+ b2)/2)
E= (e1, e2) = ((b1+ c1)/2, (b2+ c2)/2)
F= (f1, f2) = ((a1+ c1)/2, (a2+ c2)/2)
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Statistical Graphs...In a New York Times’ newspaper d August 27 2009, an article compares the relationship between SAT scores and family earnings. The article by Rampell, whose heading reads ‘SAT scores and family income’, shows the effect that family income has on the SAT scores of individuals. The article shows how low family income usually translates into low SAT scores by use of **graphs**. Individuals whose family had a higher income were more likely to perform better than their counterparts were.
Both bar and line **graphs** are used in this article, and they **graphs** show the correlation that exists between SAT scores and the income a family earns. This increase is experienced in all test scores that include...

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Fuuntions and Their graphs...into P(x) = 15√(x - 1) + 3:
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15√2 + 3
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3. Using the table of values from parts 1 and 2 **graph** both functions. Upload the **graph** as an attachment to your post, or past it directly into the DB using the paste as html feature or picture feature of the toolbar.
**Graph** of P(x) = 10x – 7:
**Graph** of P(x) = 15√(x – 1) + 3:
4. Using the **graphs** from part 3 compare the profits of each company and evaluate their claims. Which model seems more realistic, the linear or radical model, and why?
Since each claim is set within constraint where x ≥ 1, BOTH companies appear to have REALISTIC models. The company whose...

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Vector and Statics...Insert **Vectors** and Statics Contents Introduction Purpose Theory 2 Analytical method 3 Procedure 5 Results and analysis 6
Sources of Systemic Errors 8
Conclusion and Recommendations 9
Work cited 9
Introduction
Purpose
The experiment sought to explore **vectors**, Newton’s laws of motion. The purpose was comprehensively performing the experiment to evoke a deeper understanding of Newton’s laws of motion. Determine the applications of Newton’s laws of motion. The learning was to apply the two methods of **vector** **addition**.
Theory
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