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assignment should be submitted by Monday, December 11, 2017.
Linear Regression Instructions for SPSS
Analyze – Regression – Linear
Select the Dependent variable (y) into the Dependent window and the Independent variables into the Independent(s) window.
Select Statistics and select Estimates, Confidence intervals, and Model fit
Click in the Predicted Values window – select Unstandardized and S.E. of mean predictions
Click in the Residuals window – select Unstandardized and Studentized
Click in the Predictions window – select Mean and Individual
Click OK (part of this output will appear in the Data View/Worksheet window)
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Math 104 Fall Final 2017
Global Terrorism is a documented problem the World is dealing with. In the elementary Statistics course we conducted an experiment examining the correlation of multiple aspects to why there has been a rise in terrorism in certain decades. We posed the question “Are there patterns in terrorism across the world through the past several decades?”.
At first glance, we acknowledged that there is a dramatic spike in 2001 with terrorism along with 1985. We see that 2015 the graph is still rising with terrorism and from 2001 after 911 to now there was a steady decline in terrorism in America. The key patterned noticed with the first and second graph
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or equal to 0.05.
37) Assume that a study of 500 randomly selected school bus routes showed that 482 arrived
on time. Is it "unusual" for a school bus to arrive late?
Find the indicated complement.
38) The probability that Luis will pass his statistics test is 0.49. Find the probability that he will
fail his statistics test.
Find the indicated probability.
39) 4.1 PROBLEMS PG. 143 # 6, 21-23, 25 (SEE TEXTBOOK FOR
Find the indicated complement.
40) Based on meteorological records, the probability that it will
snow in a certain town on January 1st is 0.189. Find the
probability that in a given year it will not snow on January
1st in that town.
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Epistemology (better known as the theory/science of knowledge) is on of the branches of philosophy. It is the study of trying to distinguish something that is true (something that is adequate enough) and something that isn't adequate. This theory/science provides an understanding of the concept of knowledge of which can be understood in terms of belief, truth, and justification. Epistemology gives a clear view on the nature, scope, and quality of human knowledge. Also, epistemology is considered to be the most important thing of what makes a human being what he is- making all other branches of philosophy depend on epistemology. This goes to the fact that the whole nature of philosophy
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The confidence interval is the probability that a value will fall between an upper and lower bound of a probability distribution, the value of a parameter lies within it. The margin of error is the range of values below and above the sample statistic in a confidence interval. Critical values is the point or points on the scale of the test statistic beyond which we reject the null hypothesis.
The central limit theorem says that the sampling distribution of any statistic will be normal or close to normal, if the sample size is large enough. The idea that a distribution of sample means is a more normal distribution than a distribution of scores, even when the population distribution is
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2018-08-27 Certificate 4 – Tertiary Perpetration
Abolish Animal Cruelty
The current debate regarding animal cruelty is a crime, yet it is still a global issue in which many countries have no regard and or understanding of. Ducks are being stabbed in the head, cats shot with an arrow, and organised dog fighting rings are among the 5,200 cases of animal abuses reported to the RSPCA in South Australia in the past year (Jones, 2017). The number of abuse reports has doubled since 2012, when there were about 2,000 cases flagged, according to RPSCA chief executive Paul Stevenson. Nationally, there have been more than 70,000 animal abuse reports in the past year, with the RSPCA
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“Debtors’ Prison” Rhetorical Strategies
English writer, Samuel Johnson, in his argument Debtor's Prison argues to persuade the reader that the imprisonment of debtors is unlawful and immoral. He utilizes pathos, statistics and rhetorical questions to build his argument.
Throughout the excerpt, Johnson uses startling statistics to show the morally incorrect circumstances of imprisoning debtors. In paragraph 4 the author states that the population of England was roughly around 6 million. He then goes on to state, “… a nation that voluntarily sacrifices one in every three hundred…” Here, the author is saying that there are simply too many people (too many working bodies) being imprisoned over
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Summary Report 1: Cost and Benefits of College
One of the biggest questions in today’s economy with the rising price to attend college is will going to college be the smart thing to do? There are arguments both ways for this question, but the overwhelming statistics and evidence prove that even with the increase going to college is clearly worth it. In this paper I will attempt to prove, through data and statistics, that the benefits of going to college well outweigh the cost.
One of the biggest reasons if not the only reason to attend college is to get a better job out of college than you would have not attending college. A lot of people want to
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would be more lenient on them. “The median total income of the Aboriginal population aged 25 to 54 in 2005 was just over $22,000, compared to over $33,000 for the non-Aboriginal population in the same age group.”[footnoteRef:1] But clearly were not. We don’t even give them enough money to buy a small home. Yet we expect them to be able to care for families of 6. [1: “Income.” Women and Paid Work, Government of Canada, Statistics Canada, 30 Nov. 2015, www150.statcan.gc.ca/n1/pub/89-645-x/2010001/income-revenu-eng.htm.]
Almost 50% of Indigenous peoples require major housing repairs. 40% of Indigenous peoples live in crowded housing. But non-indigenous peoples? A mere 4-7% of us have these issues
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· Technology change
· Changing employee expectations
· Casualisation of the workforce
· Feminisation of the workforce
· Work-life balance
· Your response needs to be supported with evidence from the ‘Australian Bureau of Statistics’ and other sources.
· You must submit a completed bibliography and the scaffold at the start of the lesson. Students are not permitted to use the scaffold during the task.
Criteria for Assessing Learning
Students will be assessed on their ability to:
· Demonstrate Knowledge and Understanding of different types of employment and changing work practices.
· Demonstrate Skills in evaluating research to determine the extent to which traditional workplaces have changed
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; Sheffrin, 2006). Businesses have to make these types of decisions every day.Phil and Francis are two main financial planners at a financial planning business. Phil and Francis are both very hard working employees. As their manager, my delegation will be to use the statistics I have been provided and reach a decision that will conclude whether or not it will be more beneficial for these planners to be self sufficient or specialize. The statistics show that Phil, in one hour, can produce either 1 financial statement or answer 8 phone calls. In contrast, Francis can either produce 2 financial statements or answer 10 phone calls. When I figure these statistics into a work day that consists of
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Individuals from across the globe have been migrating to America for centuries. Without immigrants, The United States would cease to exist. Today, one of America’s top priorities is eradicating “illegal aliens” because “they pose a threat” to our society. As if today’s society is perfect, and the primary focus is solely on mexican immigrants. According to MPI “India was the leading country of origin, with 175,100 arriving in 2016, followed by 160,200 from China/Hong Kong, 150,400 from Mexico, 54,700 from Cuba, and 46,600 from the Philippines.” These statistics are only two years old, undoubtedly all of those people did not come here legally. So why do Mexicans have a target on their back
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. Further statistics from the National Institute of Mental Health show the 6.7% of the U.S. populations (16.2 million adults) have been affected by Major Depression in any calendar year. And at least in the U.S., more women are diagnosed with depression than men, with the median age of onset being 32 for both genders this is mentioned in the website Bridge to Recovery. (Major Depression, 2016) (Everyday Health, 2013) (Bridges of Recovery, 2019)
Most people when asked what depression is think that it’s when someone is so sad that they feel worthless and constantly think about taking their own lives. What they don’t know is that it’s much more than that. The definition of
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RUNNING HEAD: WEEK 5 JOURNAL ASSESSMENT
WEEK 5 JOURNAL ASSESSMENT
Week 5 Journal Assessment
Bria’na Jade Warnock
Georgia Military College
Chuck DeVore’s main point of his article was to show how the Trump Administration has increased economic growth, employment rates, and business affairs. The author showed his point by presenting statistics, and by comparing and contrasting throughout his article. According to Forbes, the United States economy grew at an annual rate of 3.2% within the first quarter of President Trump’s presidency (2019.) Throughout the “Make America’s Economy Great Again: Q1 GDP UP 3.2%” article, the author shows how the Trump Administration has beaten his predecessor
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accepted gender roles, males seek alternatives replacing behaviours that conform to established stereotypes (Study Guide 1007AMC 1999). French argues that this is due to the masculine desire to maintain its' role of dominance in the society. The writer also expresses concerns relating to the fact that boys' aggressive behaviour is normalised by the media and sports (French 1999). Next, statistics relating to women's' work opportunities will be examined.In addition, Connell's statement that women are perceived as subordinate is proved by statistical information related to female's employment opportunities and equality. According to the statistics, females earn only 65 per cent of male's
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around the world not just locally or in the country. We can reduce the
numbers for alcohol abuse and let our students have a better life span. If other students could
help us out and spread the word.
Galbicsek, C. (n.d.). College Alcoholism - Alcohol Abuse in College. Retrieved December 10,
2017, from https://www.alcoholrehabguide.org/resources/college-alcohol-abuse/
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism www.niaaa.nih.gov • 301.443.3860
December 2015 https://pubs.niaaa.nih.gov/publications/collegefactsheet/Collegefactsheet.pdf
Alcoholism Statistics: The Facts You Need to Know. (n.d.). Retrieved December 13, 2017, from
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1 March 2018
Public awareness about trafficking in America has increased drastically due to several survivors and other spokeswomen in America. According to the International Labor Organization, “20.9 million people are enslaved” (Bell and Krulak). The article that I chose, “Modern Slavery: Why We Have to Stop Human Trafficking,” provides good information about human trafficking and the statistics of it from past to present. It is written by the mayor of Birmingham, Alabama, William Bell, and General Charles C Krulak, former president of Birmingham Southern College. The article as a whole is written to inform the reader
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Elvis Fakhri - Blackfish Persuasive Essay
Does the human cost in injury, trauma and death make keeping orcas in captivity worthwhile?
Keeping orca’s in captivity has proven that it causes an increased risk to human injury, trauma and death. This is proved by statistics showing that of an orca in the wild is subsequence much higher than orcas in captivity, keeping orcas in captivity has also proved the failing training methods of orcas, and it also proved that orcas in captivity are bound to turn psychologically crazy.
Keeping orcas in captivity has dropped their life expectancy from 60 to 70 for males and 80 to over 100 for females, down to an average of 13 years at SeaWorld. Is this how we
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bullying statistics show that about 77 percent of students have admitted being the victim of one type of bullying or another. This proves that bullies have their own tactics, and most bullies know what effects their victim the most and use these strategies consciously. It’s like saying that the robber is robbing, but the owners of the shop are letting them steal because they believe that the only reason the robbers are robbing is because they are poor. Yet they are still breaking the law and they need to pay for their crimes.
How does bullying affect a victim of bullying? Kids who are bullied can experience negative physical, school, and mental health issues. Kids who are bullied are more likely to
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1. What is the value of gift cards to retailers?
The value of gift cards to retailers is receiving the cash up front. Once a gift card is bought, it cannot be returned for a refund as items are. Some retailers also have expiration dates on gift cards and if the gift card expires or is never used, the retailer pockets that profit without losing any merchandise. According to gift card statistics, “59% of consumers surveyed spend more than the [gift] card’s value” (Hunter, 2018), bringing in more revenue for the retailer.
2. What is the value of gift cards to consumers? Is the Consumers' Association of Canada correct in saying that there is no value to the consumer?
Gift cards can be a good
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seven job-seekers for every job vacancy. There are also not enough supports available for people seeking paid work, such as access to affordable child care and rehabilitation or support mechanisms for people with disabilities. Also, paradoxically, people are often considered too young or too old by prospective employers, so age can also be a barrier to employment. Other barriers relate to where people are living. There are differences between rural and urban levels of unemployment, and also stark differences between suburbs in all major Australian cities.The unemployment rate is a figure produced monthly by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). An unemployed person is defined by the ABS
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2018 for the guardian newspaper, Risbridger displays a different contention to Ford, she contends that the little sugary rush you need at 4 in the morning when you are in the ICU is something that should not be taken away from a suffering family member of someone who is going through suffering, she uses personal arguments to support her article whereas Ford uses facts and statistics to back his own argument. Jenny day, wrote her response on the 6th of April 2018, day contends that sugary drinks should not be taken away from those that need it and that everyone has a right to choose what path they choose to go down as long as they don’t injure or bring harm onto others. Day shows that she
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assisted suicide if the patient is terminally ill. Brittany Maynard a 29
year old woman that suffered from a brain tumor was well known for her advocate in Oregon
about the Right to Die. The Death with Dignity Act empowers individuals to control the timing
of their death. The author points out 3 claims in Death with Dignity; Seeking Control on the
terminally ill patients, looking in the future with different statistics, and what the patients
experience during the different kinds of suffering.
For a long periodically time this topic is heavily debated and there are proponents on both
sides who strongly believe they are the one with the right answer. Patients’ motivations are more
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It gives me great pleasure to write something about myself. I completed my Bachelors of Science (Mathematics A, Mathematics B and Statistics) from Islamia College, University of Peshawar, Pakistan, in 1999. It?s a top class and well reputed institute since 1905. After my graduation, I joined Commercial Union Peshawar (UK Based Multinational Co.) as Business Development Executive. I worked here for five months, up to March 2000.After this I got admission in Institute of Management Studies, University of Peshawar for Masters in Business Administration. It?s also a top class and well reputed institute of our country, ranking third in Pakistan. I completed my MBA majors in Finance, in July 2002
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credible physical artifact.Even so, this doesn't alter my stand on extraterrestrial life. It's the sheer size of the universe that enables me to be confident in my beliefs. To put it into perspective, there are more stars in the universe than there are grains of sand on all the beaches of Earth. In the last few years astronomers have gained the technology with which to discover planets around nearby stars and it's been discovered that most stars do have planets. This means that if there are 10,000,000,000,000,000 planets in the universe, it's very possible that 10,000,000,000 of these planets are capable of producing life. With statistics like this, even with a margin of error I find it hard to deny extraterrestrial life's inevitable existence.
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present due to food insecurity, limited resources and lack of access to healthy, affordable foods and services. All of these factors together create stress due to monetary issues and health, gradually deteriorating the self-esteem. Socioeconomic deprivation has been identified as an independent risk factor for both admission and readmission to hospitals for heart failure.4 I have selected this population because it is the one that statistics mark as the highest.5
The Heart Project, is a community-based program that I am developing for members to stay active and healthy by providing them with services that will not only help them, but it will help them help themselves. I look to provide a wide
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and how we have decided to handle it.
“Humane.” The Free Dictionary, Farlex, www.thefreedictionary.com/humane.
“Immigration Facts and Statistics.” OpinionFront, OpinionFront, 2018,
opinionfront.com/immigration-facts-statistics. Accessed 27 Oct. 2018.
Nethery, Amy, and Stephanie Jessica Silverman. Immigration Detention: the Migration of a Policy and Its Human Impact. Routledge, 2017.
"Public Opinion Regarding US Immigration Policy, 2017." Gale Opposing Viewpoints in Context, Gale, 2018. Opposing Viewpoints in Context, http://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/TRRLBC034891311/OVIC?u=campolindohs&sid=OVIC&xid=7b2dfcb8. Accessed 30 Oct. 2018.
Smith, Craig. “35
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An American Epidemic
The United States has a vast and diverse system of criminal justice that is balanced between federal, state, and local levels, and it touches a large part of the American population. In fact, at the end of 2014, there were an estimated 1,561,500 people in federal and state prisons (Bureau of Justice Statistics). The official incarceration rate in the United States for the population over 18 is 612 people per 100,000 residents. However, even though these statistics are produced by the justice arm of the federal government, they do not represent the whole story. In fact, the Justice Department only provides estimates on the actual numbers, and groups
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not newly designed and come from past eras.
Both of these industries (Antique and Used Goods, and Clothing Retail) can create an adequate
number of job prospects either directly or non-directly such as importing, exporting, merchandise
buying, commodity selling. The Australian Bureau of Statistics detailed that the retail trade in
2013/2014 employed 1,278,000 people and increased to 1,316,000 in 2014/2015 (ABS 2016). These
statistics indicates that retail industry is an industry that is an on the increase and has spiked in
employment throughout the years of 2013 and 2015 by 1.4% (ABS 2016)
Although it is early on in the year, the clothing retail sector has been predicted to struggle (Lauren
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explore all their options, it gets students out of their daily routines, and it’ll make them strive for
more. By implementing high school study abroad programs, students are guaranteed a solid and
Tran, Van. “12 Pros and Cons of Studying Abroad in High School or College.” VKool Magazine:
Health & Fitness, Beauty, Lifestyle Magazine, 19 Nov. 2017, vkool.com/pros-and-cons-of-
Kinloch, Ruth. “46 Study Abroad Statistics: Convincing Facts and Figures.” SmartStudy Blog,
24 Aug. 2016, smart.study/blog/46-study-abroad-statistics-convincing-facts-and-figures/.
“What Statistics Show about Study Abroad Students.” What Statistics Show about Study Abroad
Students | Study Abroad, studyabroad.ucmerced.edu/study-abroad-statistics/statistics-study-
Southwick, Natalie. “Should I Let My Child Study Abroad?” Go Overseas, 22 Aug. 2017,
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higher than B2C and Customer base is more easy to identify. For example, Samsung had about 2000 companies and 90million Customers. Therefore, B2B buying behavior is more important than B2C in marketing services.4.2.4 Target Markets:- More available dataB2B is more identify than B2C Because more available data can be found easily in government statistics by monthly and quarterly in many manufacturing companies. Much information about industrial markets is collected in Standard Industrial Classification(SICs). For example, SIC3 is metal goods, engineering and textiles with statistics for each small group such as number of employees, number of establishments, value of shipments, exports and
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the labor force is aware of. It is naïve to think that violence could never happen where you work because statistics show that violence can and does happen in the workplace regardless of the industry or organization. We all have seen headlines such as these:"Six Die In Workplace Shooting In Mississippi""Seven Killed in Boston Area Office Shooting""Gunman kills 1, wounds 3 in Seattle shipyard shooting""Gunman kills 7 in Honolulu office""Gunman in Atlanta rampage kills himself; 12 dead, 12 injured" (Reh, F. John, n.d.)Therefore, an important question we should all ask ourselves is "How can we prevent violence in the workplace from occurring either individually or as a group?" This
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The problem with guns is fairly straightforward: Guns make it easy to kill or injure a person. This weapon that so many people own has the power to take someone's life in a split second. In this speech I will be covering this and other topics such as the Brady Law, the Second Amendment and some of the percentages and death rates is the U.S.Gun control aims to keep high risk people away from guns while not putting much of a burden on law abiding citizens. Guns should not only be restricted from known felons because new felons are being arrested every day. Statistics show that only 29% of those arrested for murder are previously convicted felons. Also, a national survey found that 2% of all
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claiming that title.
“Infant mortality rates, by province and territory (Both sexes)” Statistics Canada.
Government of Canada, statcan.gc.ca, April 22nd 2018.
Kane, Laura. “'We see suicidal seniors': B.C. housing crisis forcing elderly into the streets”.
CTV News. Published Sunday, December 17, 2017 7:22AM EST. CTVNews.ca, April 22nd 2018.
“Human Development Index (HDI)”. World Statistics. World-statistics.org, April 22nd 2018.
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); this unit is responsible for measuring a number of key performance indicators that monitor activity and economic outputs on the Strategic Road Network (SRN).
One of the key measures that this unit analyses is the Incident Delay Statistic. Critically, using one internal system lacked the fleet information that was held within an external system, which uses live GPS data to produce monthly statistics. Working alongside a team of data scientists and business intelligence analysts to integrate the data, we ran a data model to demonstrate whether there was a correlation with the two data sets and the Incident Delay Statistics. Through the application of various statistical methods, the raw data
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: 12-year-olds suspected of carrying
knives could be jailed and banned from social media
When the program launches on February 18,
it will allow police to automatically check an
o?ender's location against the scene of a
reported crime, the mayor said.
Khan has been under political pressure to
stem the increase in knife crime recorded in
London in recent years.
In February 2018, London's monthly homicide
rate brieﬂy overtook New York's for the ﬁrst
time in modern history, and homicides in
London rose 14% in the 12 months to
September 2018 -- the latest period for which
statistics are available -- according to UK's
OWce for National Statistics.
"This innovative pilot will build on the good
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This book talks a lot about statistics and the science, politics, and research that they have done to prove that homosexuals, and their way of living is destructive to their heath.The Bible is very clear about this issue. Leviticus 20:13. Homosexuals now days want people to believe that there is nothing wrong with them, (They did not choose to be this way, that is just how they were born). Homosexuals want you to believe that it is a characteristic that is passed down through genes, like being short, or tall. That is BOLOGNA, in all caps underlined and italicized. The Politicians and the homosexuals are trying to, and so far have done a pretty good job of calling evil good, and good
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. The problem in America is that citizens believe that owning a gun guarantees safety but statistics say otherwise.
Bovy adds that owning a firearm outright should be banned and that no one should own one but the police in limited numbers. While they both argue for tighter restrictions, overall, Bovy thinks the idea of firearms is disastrous for everyone involved. Bovy starts off strong by saying that the argument shouldn't be between who should own a gun or not but that it shouldn't even be a question in the first place. The author lets the readers know that initially she believed that tighter restrictions on certain weapons would help. After research she discovers that the most effective
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The article I have selected to write about caught my attention because of the word " Phishing". Being an avid fisherman I knew this term had to be related fishing or luring. As I found out in the article the Tech term Phishing refers to scams which try to trick consumers into disclosing highly confidential -- and valuable -- information such as credit card and bank account numbers, Social Security numbers, and other identity-related data.Typically originating in mass-mailed e-mails that purport to be from a legitimate source, they entice users to spoofed sites with bogus claims that account numbers must be re-entered.The statistics are amazing in the amount of attacks. According to Vincent
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funding, the money doesn't solve all the school's problems. Most important, money cannot influence student, parent, teacher, and administrator perceptions of class and race. Nor can money improve test scores and make education relevant and practical in the lives of minority students. Racial equality is even more difficult topic than social justice. It often gets confused with racial equality or equal opportunity. School funding is systemically unequal, partially because the majority of school funding comes from the school which means that not everyone is getting the same support system from friends to family all the way to coaches. That could play a big part of why the statistics are the way
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. James averaged a career best 9.0 assists per game in the 2017-2018 season with the Cleveland Cavaliers, his weakest team in his whole supporting roster in his career, while Jordan set his career high for assists per game in a single season with 8.0 in the 1988-1989 season. James career playoff average for assist per game is 7.1, while his single playoff high for assist average is 9.0, very similar to his regular season numbers. Jordan averaged a playoff career 5.7 assists, while his single best playoff record is 8.5, both less than James’ elite passing statistics in both the regular season and post season. These comparisons clearly show the difference of James’ and Jordan’s passing ability
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within two years. Before this law was passed, each state varied on their drinking age from 18-21 years old. The national drinking age became a national issue when the founder of MADD, (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) Cathy Lightner, claimed that 18-20 year old drinkers were causing many auto accidents. The statistics that she used, however, were inaccurate and misleading. For instance, the statistics used to show the number of 18-20 year olds in alcohol-related accidents, included people who were riding with parents or other adults that were drinking and driving. The media then used these misleading statistics and excessively covered this issue. This caused many to join MADD in their efforts
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can be generalised if selection process is well-designed and
sample is representative of study population. Two more strengths would be that is somewhat
easy to analyze and the data from it can be very consistent, particular and reliable. The
quantitative method is used to form general laws of behavior and experience throughout different
settings or contexts. This research is used to test a theory and essentially support or reject it. For
example, statistics help us turn quantitative data into useful information to help us make
decisions which could in turn be a good thing. However, there are also cons to using quantitative
data such as it could be difficult to understand context of a certain
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prospective flat fee for physician visits and is based on the Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) codes used by outpatient health care providers and medical suppliers to code their professional services and supplies”. Hospatls and primary care doctors employ Medical Billing Specialist so that they can the most accurate reimbursement amount from insurance companies.
The healthcare industry is a diverse and complex. There is a high need for healthcare providers of all kinds. According to Bureau of Labor Statistics the unemployment rate for Health Care and Social Assistance for March, April and May were 2.6%, 2.2% and 2.3%. “The healthcare sector was one of the few sectors of the US
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way in order to support the filmmaker’s claim that college is still worth it in spite of the financial costs because it decides whether college is important by looking at it in a way that is more complex than just only looking at the wage premiums of people with and without college degrees.
In a progressing world, many employers look for employees who have important attributes such as communication skills that can be applied to the job. These communication skills as well as other abilities are most likely to be found within the obtainment of a college degree. In The Ivory Tower, Andrew Rossi supports his own claim that college is still worth it by stating many facts and statistics that show
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(Bureau of Labor Statistics) data show little change in the unemployment rate among women and men overall for the past few months, a closer look shows substantial changes for some groups of women, particularly single mothers. Unemployment for women who head families remained at 13.4 percent in August, which is up significantly from 12.1 percent in June. The 13.4 percent rate is almost twice the pre-recession rate of 6.9 percent in December 2007, and the highest unemployment rate for this particularly vulnerable group in over 25 years.” Why is that? Some believe that it’s because the government offers too much assistance. I myself so think that that is the case I believe that everyone situation
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situations like that, and by deciding to abort the child early on, you are again denying the child the right to a chance at life.
The decision between pro-life and pro-choice will continue to be debated, probably for the rest of time. Without safe, legal abortions women can make drastic decisions and seek out other options, or the child could be brought up in an atmosphere where they are unwanted. On the other hand, abortion takes away the opportunity of a new life, and could scar the mother for a long period of time, or could lead to mental issues and struggles. There are strong arguments on both sides, but personally I believe in Pro-choice as the arguments seemed more statistics and fact based
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current education system is not inclusive and provides insufficient support for children of low-income families to receive the quality education they need (Poverty, 2019).
C. Current Situation
· Gender Income Gap- Statistics Canada states that in 2017 women earned $ 0.87 for every $ 1.00 earned by men (Coxon, 2019). This gender pay gap has a negative impact on female-led single-parent families. Statistics in Chart 1 show that the gender income gap in Canada stands at 19 % as of 2010. For more information see Infograph 1.
Chart 1. [Untitled illustration of gender income gap in Canada and other countries, n.d.].
· Housing- One of the biggest contributing factors causing poverty in Canada is
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image shows a tourist simply taking a photo of the young lion from the vehicle, the name of
the reserve opens up the possibility that the lion shown in the photograph could be targeted and killed as means for
acquiring a trophy. The inclusion of the image, by Flocken, can be used to minorly position the audience. One of the
main reasons this image can be used to position is that it shows a solitary lion, possibly leaving the audience to
conclude that population loss is a big problem.
In Flocken’s final argument, he mentions claims of the “millions” being poured back into Africa’s
economy. He immediately shuts down the claim with statistics from multiple pro-hunting organisations saying that