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...?Nam: Market Analysis Product analysis Regarding to the market analysis, the **volumes** for the better and best categories of the products increased over the months and showed a decrease during the holiday period, then starts to increase during the New Year, however, the good product category increases throughout the period. Any reduction in prices of all the categories resulted into **volume** increament.For all the categories, they showed distinctive changes in promotion, the **volume** in best category increases with increase in promotion, this to mean, they had to adjust in their promotion to increase their monthly **volumes** .The better category otherwise showed an increase in...

3 Pages(750 words)Essay

...1) the size of the cone is directly proportional to the size of the sector.
9) i)Graph when r = 1
ii)graph when r=5
graph when r=20
In all the three graphs above a single subdivision on X-axis corresponds to 0.01 i.e. the open interval (0, 1) is subdivided into 100 parts and are mapped on to X-axis.
In all the 3 graphs above we notice that the maximum value of V(**Volume** of the cone) corresponds to the value 0.81(approximately) on X-axis which is the approximate value of 6/3. thus we can see that the change in value of r, the radius of the original circle has no effect on x for the maximum value of the **volume**. In other words, the central angle of the...

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...EFFECT OF SMOKING ON LUNG FUNCTION According to Polatli et al. (December 2000), smoking is one of the etiological risk factor of respiratory diseases. It causes premature ageing, ill health and premature death. To determine the relationship between the respiratory function and the respiratory disease, lung function was assessed to identify the lung **volume**. Respiratory function test is the process to measure lung **volumes**. This test identifies the effect of smoking on lung **volume**. The study performed respiratory function test to subjects composed of smokers and non-smokers. Other factors such as age, height and gender were also recorded. Respiratory function test parameters such as FEV1,...

15 Pages(3750 words)Research Paper

...Creative Ways to Teach Surface Area and **Volume** Faculty Every object/shape that exists has surface area and **volume**. Whatever we see near to us, whether it is wall, building, table, chair, blackboard all have surface area and **volumes**. We study to calculate surface areas of different objects such as cube, prism, cylinder, pyramid, cone, sphere and ellipsoid. There are many way to teach surface area and **volumes**. Generally, all the formulae required for calculating surface area and **volume** are given in books for different objects/shapes, and by remembering those formulae, one can easily calculate surface area and **volumes**. However, this approach...

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...INVESTIGATING RATIOS OF AREAS AND **VOLUMES** Introduction The family of curves described by the function y = xn serve as the basis for common mathematical entities. For instance, when n is set to one a line is formed with its area defining a triangle and revolving that may form a cone. Similarly, when a value of two is used, a basic parabola and its derivatives may be obtained. With the many applications of the said general function, it is important to describe several of its characteristics.
This portfolio assignment focuses on investigating a particular feature of these curves – the ratio of areas. Given a rectangular area of width x and height xn, concerned quantity is the ratio between the area above the curve and the area below... will...

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...Chemistry 513: Assignment Question From PV = nRT. P= 6×10-7, R = 0.0821, T = 170K. At atm, V = 22.4., at 0.006 atm, V = (0.006 × 22.4)/1 = 0.1344. Since PV = nRT, then n = PV/RT; n = 5.78×10-5. Based on the equation: ppm = (mg/L/MW) ×22.4. mg/L = (5.78×10-5) × 1000 = 5.78×10-2.
In this case, ppm of H2O = (5.78×10-2/18) ×22.4 = 7.19×10-2 ppm.
Question 2
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1 ppm = 1 **volume** of gas/106 **volumes** of air. Therefore, 0.01 ppm = 0.01 **volume** of Ozone gas/106 **volumes** of air. Ppmv = (ppm/MW) × 22.4. Ppmv of ozone = 0.00467 ppmv O3. This means for every 1 million **volume** of air, there is 0.00467 **volumes** of Ozone (Dr Richards 01). Therefore, if 1...

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... 2 May Do you agree with this ment? Yes, I do agree with this ment. Upon a deep analysis of the statement, “The term Big Data grew explosively circa 2011. However, confusion reigns with many regarding Big Data is an over-hyped buzzword for Data Mining”, I agree with it.
Data mining entails the process of collecting and analyzing large data **volumes** or data sets in order to discover their respective relationships. On the other hand, the term, ‘Big data’ describes a massive structured and unstructured data **volume**, which is so complex to process using the common or traditional database and technical software functionalities.
It is very essential to note that a deep scrutiny of real world commercial implementation of data, makes... the...

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... Error Propagation and Graph Linearization in **Volumes** and Density Introduction In lab experiments, errors emerge from numerous sources including variability of instruments, imprecision in observation and sample differences among others. Errors typically increase when the number of variables involved increases. In order to determine the average value of errors encountered, a thorough error propagation exercise is necessary. Error propagation entails combination of individual uncertainties as a means of determining the accurate value of an experimental error. Aside from error propagation, lab experiments also benefits from the concept of graph linearization. In most cases, a pair of variables under analysis may portray a non-linear... ...

4 Pages(1000 words)Lab Report

...RESEARCH METHODS, FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING By Summary In analyzing the stock market, a number of factors play a major role. These include the volatility aspects of a stock, its daily price fluctuations and the **volumes** traded. Developing a graphical representation of the price variations and the **volumes** provides investors with an easy way of doing technical analysis to indicate the direction to take. Through these, investors are in position to tell a stock that is just within a random walk and that which is about to have a substantial change in price that would provide good returns for them. The analysis reveals the predictions of prices at which the investor could buy then later sell the stocks to yield...

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...Participation Exercise 6: To achieve a breakeven point, there is need to have **volumes** that provide for a profit afterreduction of the costs incurred. These costs range from fixed costs and variable costs. The fixed costs remain the same throughout or for a longer period in the business while the variable costs change in relation to **volumes** produced. These and other factors such as the selling price allocated to the products, and the **volumes** produced impact the breakeven point that the business has to consider.
Variable costs:
Variable costs include costs incurred in the production of each unit of products. The higher the number of units produced the lower the variable costs providing...

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