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Geog 1 SyllabusPHYS GEOG Questions & Answers
Overview of natural resources
• Chiras, D.D. et al. (2014)
Chapter 1. Natural Resource Conservation
and Management: Past, Present and Future
• Park, C. (1997)
Chapter 1. Environment in Crisis
• Wright, R.T. and Boorse, D.F. (2011)
Chapter 1. Science and the Environment
Chapter 9. Population and Development
• Chiras, D.D. et al. (2014)
Chapter 4. The Human Population Challenge
Chapter 21. Minerals, Mining, and a
• Goudie, A. and Viles, H. (1997)
Part I. Introduction to the Developing
Barnes, M. (1971) Due to the Lack of Interest Tomorrow has been Cancelled. London: BBC Enterprises. (AV 574.5222 B26)
Dunn, T.L. (1994) Introduction to Our Global Environment. Washington D.C. World Resources Institute. (AV 363.7 I61 w)
Fabian, R. & Baber, J. (1993) The Earth at Risk. Bala Cynwyd, PA: Schlessinger Video Productions. (E 363.7 E12 v.1 – v.10) •
Murray, J. (1984) The Planet for the Taking. Canada: CBC-TV Film Production. (AV 304.2 P712) (Map Library)
NSW Tafe (1991) Environment in Crisis? Sydney, N.S.W. NSW Tafe. (E 333.7 E61 n)
Turner Multimedia: CNN (1992) The People Bomb. Atlanta, Ga. Cable News Network. (AV 363.9 P41)
Whelan, R. (1986) The Great Population Hoax. Research & Education Trust. (AV 301.32 G78) (Map Library)
• Brady, C. (1975) Human Population and
Resources. London: Audio-Visual
Publications. (EX 301.32 B81h)
• Long, G. (1979) World Population and Food
Supply. Harlow, Essex: Common Ground
Filmstrips. (EX 338.19 L84)
Natural Resources Conservation Services
United Nations Population Fund
Natural Resources Defense Council
United Nations Environment Programme (2007 Nobel
Peace Prize Co-Winner)
Ecological footprint and biocapacity
Yearly CO2 emissions from 1800 to 2010
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Water resource and its sustainable management References Essential readings • • • Chiras, D.D. et al. (2014) Chapter 10. Managing Water Resources Sustainably Chapter 11. Water Pollution Park, C. (1997) Chapter 12. Water Resources Wright, R.T. and Boorse, D.F. (2011) Chapter 10. Water: Hydrologic Cycle and Human Use Additional readings • Goudie, A. and Viles, H. (1997) Part IV. The Waters • Park, C. (1997) Chapter 11. The Hydrological Cycle Audio-visual materials Videotapes • Allegro Film Production (1976) More Water for a Thirsty World. US: Science Screen Report. (AV 628.16 M83) • Bellamy, D.J. (1975) Water, Water. London: BBC Enterprises. (AV 628.1 B43) • Costa, B. (1991) Saving the Water. Princeton, N.J. Films for the Humanities & Sciences. (AV 363.7 R118 P.3) • Elizabeth, W.I. (199?) Water Pollution: can we keep our water clean? Evanston, Ill: Journal Films. (E 363.7394 W3) • Hazzan, R. (1984) The Great Lakes, Troubled Waters. Toronto, Ont: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. (AV 363.73940977 G78) • Kalin, A. & Westfall, M. (1997) Asia’s Water Crisis: the struggle within each drop. Manila, Philippines: Asian Development Bank. (AV 363.61095 A83) • University of Leeds (1982) Water Treatment: from reservoir to consumer. Leeds: Leeds University Television. (AV 628.162 W32) • Urban Scientific Educational Research Inc. (1979) The Alternative is Conservation. Washington D.C. Urban Scientific Educational Research.
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GEOG1016 Nature Conservation for Sustainable Societies Guidelines on the use of the pdf files of lecture handouts: (1) The files shall only be used by registered students of the course for learning purpose only. (2) The files must not be transmitted in any form to any third parties who are not registered students of the course. (3) The copyrights of all the texts and illustrations in the files must be strictly observed, and they must not be copied or used in any way outside the realm of normal learning use. (4) If you breach the above conditions, you will be liable for the legal and other related consequences. (5) The action of downloading the files signifies your acceptance of the above guidelines and your promise that you will abide by them. GEOG1016 Nature Conservation for Sustainable Societies Professor C Y Jim Department of Geography The University of Hong Kong GEOG1016 Nature Conservation for Sustainable Societies / Professor C Y Jim 1 AN OVERVIEW OF NATURAL RESOURCES INTRODUCTION ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS QUALITY OF LIFE NATURE OF RESOURCES CLASSIFICATION OF RESOURCESGEOG1016 Nature Conservation for Sustainable Societies / Professor C Y Jim 2 1 INTRODUCTION Human versus resources a resource humans give an object or a material a use, a function, a value a dynamic concept changes through time and space human.
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Reference Benton, T. D. (2010). Psychiatric Considerations in Children and Adolescents with HIV/AIDS. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 19(2), 387-400. doi:10.1016/j.chc.2010.02.004 Benton, T. D. (2011). Psychiatric considerations in children and adolescents with HIV/AIDS. Pediatric Clinics of North America, 58(4), 989-1002. doi:10.1016/j.pcl.2011.06.013 Chen, D. T. & Shepherd, L. L. (2009). When, why, and how to conduct research in child and adolescent psychiatry: Practical and ethical considerations. The Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 32(2), 361-380. doi:10.1016/j.psc.2009.03.003 Cummings, M. M. (2012). Sedating Forgotten Children: How Unnecessary Psychotropic Medication Endangers Foster Children's Rights And Health. Boston College Third World Law Journal, 32(2), 357. Dell, M. L. (2012). Child and adolescent depression: Psychotherapeutic, ethical, and related nonpharmacologic considerations for general psychiatrists and others who prescribe. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 35(1), 181-201. doi:10.1016/j.psc.2011.12.002 Dell, M. L. Vaughan, B. S. & Kratochvil, C. J. (2008). Ethics and the prescription pad. Child and adolescent psychiatric clinics of North America, 17(1), 93-111. Ekinci, O. Titus, J. B. Rodopman, A. A. Berkem, M. & Trevathan, E. (2009). Depression and anxiety in children and adolescents with epilepsy: Prevalence, risk factors, and treatment. Epilepsy & Behavior.
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References and Bibliography Belbin, R.M. (1993) Team Roles at Work, Butterworth-Heinemann. Boddy, D. (2011) Motivation. In: Management an introduction. 5th ed. Edinburgh: Pearson, pp.448-481. Cameron, S. (2008) The MBA handbook skills for Mastering Management. 6th ed. Harlow: Pearson Education Limited, pp.119-124. Cameron, S. (2008) Teamwork and Leadership. In: The MBA handbook skills for Mastering Management. 6th ed. Harlow: Pearson Education Limited. pp.184-215. Evelyn M. Boyd and Ann W. Fales. (1983) Reflective Learning: Key to Learning from Experience, Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 23 (2), pp.99-117. Hackman, J.R. and Oldham, G.R. (1980) Work Redesign, Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA. Herzberg, F. (1959) The motivation to work, Wiley, New York. Honey, P. and Mumford, A. (1986) The Manual of Learning Styles, Peter Honey. Kolb, D. A. (1984) Experiential learning: Experience as the source of learning and development. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall. Tuckman, B. and Jensen, N. (1977) ‘Stages of small group development revisited’, Group and Organizational studies, vol.2, pp.419-427. References and Bibliography Belbin, R.M. (1993) Team Roles at Work, Butterworth-Heinemann. Boddy, D. (2011) Motivation. In: Management an introduction. 5th ed. Edinburgh: Pearson, pp.448-481. Cameron, S. (2008) The MBA handbook skills for Mastering Management. 6th ed. Harlow: Pearson Education Limited, pp.119-124. Cameron, S. (2008) Teamwork and.
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Reference Akdere. M. Schmidt, S.W.(2008). Employee Perceptions of Quality Management: Effects of Employee Orientation Training, 1-8. Alharbi. M. Yusoff, R.Z.(2012). Leadership styles, and their relationship with quality management practices in public hospitals in Saudi Arabia. International Journal of Economics and Management Sciences Vol. 1, No. 10, 59-67. Alotaibi, F. M. S. (2014). Impact on quality culture of total quality management practices factors. International Journal of Business and Economic Development. Vol. 2, No.3, 35-48 Al-Shobaki, S.D, Fouad, R.H. Al-Bashir,A. (2010). The Implementation of Total Quality Management (TQM) for the banking sector in Jordan. Jordan Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Vol.4, No.2, 304-313. Batagan, L. Pocovnicu, A. Capisizu, S. (2009). E-service quality management. Journal of applied quantitative methods, Vol. 4, No.3, 372-381 Beuran, M. Negoi1, I. Paun, S. Vartic, M. Stoica, B. Tănase, I. Negoi1, R. I. Hostiuc S. (2014). Quality management in general surgery: a review of the literature. Journal of Acute Disease, 253-257 British Assessment Bureau. (2012, November 13). Retrieved January 30, 2015 . from British Assessment Bureau Web site: http://www.british-assessment.co.uk/articles/the-8-principles-of-quality-management Chin, S. Oua, F. C. Liua, Y. C. Hunga, D. C. Yen. The Effects of Total Quality Management on Business Performance: Evidence from Taiwan.
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Experiment title: Spectrophotometer and its function. Introduction Measurement of the amount of light to the absorbance is called spectrophotometer. Spectrophotometer used to test the sample by passing through the light it’s worked to measure the light that passing through. Biological substances such bromophenol blue and methyl orange, are the common substances to be used in testing of interaction of substance with the light. These solutions called pigments where they usually can absorb the visible of light that passing through it. The cleared compounds or solution also can absorb the light that is not seen through the naked eyes. The wavelength specifically used to test the absorbance level is 400 to 600 those are in nanometer unit, in this experiment the wavelength to used is 470, 500, 530, 560, 620, 650, 680 nanometer. Measures the absorption of light by spectrophotometer with a specific wavelength used to determine the concentration of the pigments or solution. Figure 1.1 shows the schematic diagram of the spectrophotometer. The instrument show the content of the light source which is come from the light source of a spectrophotometer. The arrow as in the Figure 1.1 to show the path of light from the light source. A prism refracting a light to the wavelength selector and transmit to the cuvette and the results sent to the recorder or computer. Objectives: 1. To determine the wavelength of maximum absorption, Amax, of bromophenol blue. 2. To.
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7.0 BIBLIOGRAPHY 1. The Changing Nature of Globalization in Our Hyperconnected, Knowledge- Intensive Economy, Irving Wladawsky-berger, 18 June 2014, http://blog.irvingwb.com/blog/2014/06/globalization-in-our-hyperconnected-knowledge-intensive-economy.html 2. Definition of globlaisation, Financial Times Lexicon, 2014 http://lexicon.ft.com/term?term=globalisation (Accessed on 17 June 2014) 3. How globalization affects developed countries, Investopedia, Nicholas Pologeorgis, 22 April 2012 http://www.investopedia.com/articles/economics/10/globalization-developed-countries.asp (Accessed on 17 June 2014) 4. Globalization & Europe: Prospering in the new whirled order (Germany and globalization), Centre for transatlantic relation, Daniel S. Hamilton and Joseph P. Quinlan, 2008 http://transatlantic.sais-jhu.edu/publications/books/GermanyandGlobalization-eng.pdf (Accessed on 17 June 2014) 5. 4. Globalization and its Economic social political and cultural impact, Academia.com, Mehlika Fathima, 2013, http://www.academia.edu/4668865/GLOBALIZATION_AND_ITS_SOCIAL-CULTURAL-POLITICAL_AND_ECONOMIC_IMPACTS (Accessed on 17 June 2014) 6. Globalisation, competition, competitiveness and development, United Nation, 23 October 1997, http://unctad.org/en/docs/tb44d20.pdf (Accessed on 19 June 2014) 7. Figure 2. Foreign investor target China’s domestic market, China Daily, Lan Lan, 09 December 2011, http://europe.chinadaily.com.cn/epaper/2011-12/09/content_14238764.htm.
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KimNgoc Huynh Bimm101 Section: CO2 TA: Pagkapol Yhew Pongsawakul Bioinformatics Homework#1 Question#1: The sequence is 8654 nucleotides long. Question#2: -10 sequence for the lux operon: 5’-TGTTATA-3’ There are 2 nucleotides different that are G and A. Question#3: The lux R, which has its own promoter and is transcribed in the opposite direction from the lux operon, could not be transcribed from the same strand because the RNA polymerase recognizes a promoter sequence only in the direction of 5’ to 3’, and the lux R gets transcribed in the opposite direction from the lux operon. Thus, the transcriptions of luxR and lux operon have to occur on two different strands including coding strand and template strand. Question#4: -For lux A: (5294-4230) +1= 1065 nt (1065/3)-1= 355 amino acids -For lux B: (6313-5333)+1= 981nt (981/3)-1= 326 amino acids -The RBS sequence in luxA is AAAGGA. The sequence is 6 nucleotides long (4217-4222). -Each gene within the lux operon must have its own RBS because the polypeptide synthesis from the lux operon transcript is an independent process, in which each gene within the lux operon such as lux I, C, D, A, B, E, and G genes has a corresponding transcript that has its own ribosome binding site (RBS). Also, we should keep in mind that there is no nucleus to separate the processes of transcription and translation in bacteria. When the lux genes are transcribed, theirs transcripts can immediately.
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Question 1 of 25
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Russian imperialism in the nineteenth century was aimed chiefly at: A.Persia
Question 2 of 25
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Russia's railroad network radiates outward from Moscow, thereby providing the city with a high degree of: A.inaccessibility
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Which of the following cities is located in Italy's and Europe's core area? A.Milan
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_______ has been pulling through the global recession better than any other country in the realm. A.France
C.the United Kingdom
E.the United States
Question 5 of 25
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Which three manufacturing regions form the anchors of the Russian Core Area? A.Central Industrial, Volga, Ural
B.Amur, Volga, Siberia
C.Danube, Central Industrial, Southern Periphery
D.Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan
E.Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia
Question 6 of 25
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The Soviet Union consisted of _____________ Soviet Socialist Republics. A.4
Question 7 of 25
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The term Balkanization refers to:
A.a peculiar language spoken in Bulgaria
B.the landmass located just to the west of the Adriatic Sea C.Serbian supranationalism
D.the division and fragmentation of the southern portion of Eastern Europe E.the imposition of the Slavic religion
Question 8 of 25
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The Autonomous Community located in northeastern Spain just south of the Pyrenees Mountains that is centered on industrialized Barcelona is known as: A.Portugal
Question 9 of 25
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Which of the following is not found in Russia west of the Urals? A.the realm's core area
C.the Kuznetsk Basin (Kuzbas)
D.the Volga-Don Canal
Question 10 of 25
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Which of the following statements is incorrect?
A.Russia's core area centers on Moscow.
B.Moscow lies at the heart of what is commonly called the Central Industrial Region. C.Nearly all Russian cities are overcrowded with most people residing in cramped living quarters. D.One of Moscow's chief locational attributes is its coastal site on an arm of the Baltic Sea. E.The Bolsheviks restored Moscow as the capital after the 1917 Revolution.
Question 11 of 25
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The administrative headquarters of the European Union is located in: A.Geneva
Question 12 of 25
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The only European country with coastlines on the Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, and the North Sea is: A.Portugal
Question 13 of 25
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The Danube River empties into which sea?
Question 14 of 25
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This Caspian Sea-facing Russian Republic contains 30 distinct nationalities, is located next to the Chechen Republic, and is dominated by agriculture and oil: A.Ingush Republic
C.North Ossetian Republic
Question 15 of 25
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Japanese investment in Russia's Far East has been held up by a longstanding dispute over: A.the Amur River
B.four tiny Kurile Islands
C.the ferry route that links to the BAM railroad
Question 16 of 25
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The breakaway territory of Georgia, originally supported by the Russians is: A.Nagorno-Karabakh
Question 17 of 25
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The Povolzhye has been helped by all of the following except the: A.Volga-Don Canal
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CLICK TO DOWNLOAD MAT 540 Week 2Quiz Question 1 If variable costs increase, but price and fixed costs are held constant, the break even point will decrease. Question 2 Parameters are known, constant values that are usually coefficients of variables in equations. Question 3 Probabilistic techniques assume that no uncertainty exists in model parameters. Question 4 In general, an increase in price increases the break even point if all costs are held constant. Question 5 P(A | B) is the probability of event A, if we already know that event B has occurred. Question 6 A continuous random variable may assume only integer values within a given interval. Question 7 The events in an experiment are mutually exclusive if only one can occur at a time. Question 8 A bed and breakfast breaks even every month if they book 30 rooms over the course of a month. Their fixed cost is $4200 per month and the revenue they receive from each booked room is $180. What their variable cost per occupied room? Question 9 The indicator that results in total revenues being equal to total cost is called the Question 10 If the price increases but fixed and variable costs do not change, the break even point Question 11 A university is planning a seminar. It costs $3000 to reserve a room, hire an instructor, and bring in the equipment. Assume it costs $25 per student for the administrators to provide the course materials. If we know that.
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1 Marks: 1 A group's interpersonal compatibility may be assessed by examining which set of interpersonal needs? Choose one answer. | A. need for achievement, inclusion, and control | | | B. need for affection, achievement, and power | | | C. need for inclusion, affection, and achievement | | | D. need for inclusion, control, and affection | | Incorrect Marks for this submission: 0/1. Question2 Marks: 1 Which of the following problems would a quality circle NOT likely concern itself? Choose one answer. | A. pay increases | Correct! Well Done! (REF: p. 297) | | B. production scheduling | | | C. machine layout | | | D. quality inspection procedures | | Correct Marks for this submission: 1/1. Question3 Marks: 1 Under the bounded rationality model of problem solving and decision making. Choose one answer. | A. managers follow statistical rules for decision making | | | B. managers are comfortable making decisions without identifying all options | Correct! Well Done! | | C. managers critically view the world as complex and multivariate | | | D. managers generate a wide array of decision options and select the one that meets all decision criteria | | Correct Marks for this submission: 1/1. Question4 Marks: 1 You own and operate a small pizza shop. The shop has been profitable but it needs renovation. You start the renovation only to discover that a pizza chain has bought a vacant building.
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FIN 301 – MW – Tu Nguyen – Quiz #2 – Solution: 1. The relevant discount rate for the following set of cash flows is 14 percent. What is the profitability index? A. 0.89 B. 0.93 C. 0.99 D. 1.03 E. 1.07 AACSB: Analytic Bloom's: Application Difficulty: Basic Learning Objective: 9‐7 Section: 9.6 Topic: Profitability index 2 . A firm evaluates all of its projects by using the NPV decision rule. At a required return of 14 percent, the NPV for the following project is _____ and the firm should _____ the project. A. $5,684.22; reject B. $7,264.95; accept C. $7,264.95; reject D. $9,616.93; accept E. $9,616.93; reject AACSB: Analytic Bloom's: Application Difficulty: Basic Learning Objective: 9‐1 Section: 9.1 Topic: Net present value 3. A firm evaluates all of its projects by applying the IRR rule. The required return for the following project is 21 percent. The IRR is _____ percent and the firm should ______ the project. A. 23.67 percent; reject B. 24.26 percent; accept C. 24.26 percent; reject D. 26.30 percent; accept E. 26.30 percent; reject AACSB: Analytic Bloom's: Application Difficulty: Basic Learning Objective: 9‐5 Section: 9.5 Topic: Internal rate of return 4. A 4‐year project has an initial asset investment of $306,600, and initial net working capital investment.
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Quiz2 Study Guide Towns: pp. 485–552 Be able to define and distinguish between the external and internal law. ➢ External law: is expressed in precepts, prohibitions of dictates ➢ Internal law: man is born with an innate knowledge of God Understand the theological concept of a “covenant of works” as applied to Adam. What conclusion does the textbook reach regarding the legitimacy of a “covenant of works?” ➢ God and Adam entered into a covenant in which if Adam did not sin, he would be removed from probationary period and reciveve a confirmed state of immortality. ➢ The notion of a valid conenant is rejected What opinion does the textbook purpose regarding the nature of the Tree of Life’s existence? ➢ It was instrument to test the motives of Adam, to reveal if he could demonstrate his virture through obedience Know the three avenues of temptation through which Satan tempted Eve. ➢ Lust of the eyes ➢ Lust of the flesh ➢ Pride of life Understand the distinctions between the Arminian and Calvinist views of total depravity, and be able to provide a biblical definition of it. ➢ Arminian: Man can reason himself to God fully developed in the enlightment era. Man is capable of doing spiritual good. Moral works can be performed. ➢ Calvinism: Man cannot reason except trhough the grace of God. Man can do not good until salvation occurs. No moral works can be performed. ➢ Biblical Definition: Man can reason, but he.
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Name: ___________________________________________________________ Quiz #2 1. List the four main types of scales identified in Chapter 6. Makes sure in your response below to explain the difference between each through the use of an example. The four main types of scales indentified in chapter 6 are the nominal level of measurement, ordinal level of measurement, interval level of measurement, and the ratio level of measurement. The nominal level of measurement is defined by the text as the characteristics of an outcome that fits into one and only one class or category or by their names solely. An example of this would be polling people on their political affiliation. You can measure yourself as only one affiliation, (Republican, Democrat, or Independent), but not more than one. The ordinal level of measurement allows items to be ranked in order, and thus can be sorted. Data like this can be ordered, but there are no meaningful differences. An example of this would be how college football ranks the top 25 teams in the country before the season begins. College A is ranked #1, College B is ranked #2 . and College C is ranked #3. There is no way at looking at the rankings to know how much better College A is compared to College B or College C. The interval level of measurement is a test or assessment tool based on some underlying continuum, and which differences in data does make sense. An example of this would be the.
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Identify the underlined part of the statement below as one of the aspects of a process model from the options: The human resources department stores and updates information of a employee in a database stored within the organization. A. Environment variable B. Internal entity C. Storage entity D. Business process You have just been told that an employee for a firm "Updates new employee information." This is an activity or a(n): A. Business Process B. External entity C. Data Storage D. Internal entity From the statement below, identify what aspects of a DFD does the underlined part represent: Customer inserts the payment details through the online interface. The entered informatin is then processed by the software module designed for processing the payment information. The payment information entered by the customer is verified by a Bank and is then confirmed. A. Business Process B. Data Storage C. External Entity D. Internal Entity In the statement below, identify which aspect of the DFD is represented by the underlined part: On the Indiana University website, a new student clicks on the "Apply for Admission" link. The link takes the student to a screen, where the student enters his/her personal and academic information. This information is then verified for correctness in syntax and is then stored in the "new student" database. A. Internal Entity B. Process output C. Data Process.
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------------------------------------------------- Top of Form Grade Details | Page: | 1 2 | 1. | Question. | (TCO F) Some companies use process costing and some use job-order costing. Which method a company uses depends on its industry. A number of companies in different industries are listed below: i. Custom boat builder ii. Frozen cranberry juice processor iii. Concrete block manufacturer iv. Winery that produces a number of varietal wines v. Aluminum refiner that makes aluminum ingots from bauxite ore Required: For each company, indicate whether the company is most likely to use job-order costing or process costing. | | | Student Answer: | | i process costing ii process costing iii job order costing iv process costing v. job order costing | | Instructor Explanation: | | | | | Points Received: | 3 of 15 | | Comments: | Job Process Process Job Process | | | 2 . | Question. | (TCO F) Job 827 was recently completed. The following data have been recorded on its job cost sheet: The company applies manufacturing overhead on the basis of machine-hours. The predetermined overhead rate is $13 per machine-hour. Required: Compute the unit product cost that would appear on the job cost sheet for this job. | | | Student Answer: | | dm 61050 dl 18648 oh 481000 tota l560698 | | Instructor Explanation: | | | | | Points Received: | 10 of 15 | | Comments: | oh 19240.
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