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Capital Budgeting: Math Case Study (Answering questions)
1. From the given data, it can be seen that Project ‘p’ has a higher NPV as compared to Project ‘q’. Hence, if NPV is chosen as the criterion, Project ‘p’ must be preferred. However, it is also seen that Project ‘q’ has a higher IRR. Thus, form IRR point of view ‘q’ is the preferred project.

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Problem Solving-Research Paper
For the results of the study conducted on the sample to be held true for the entire population, the sample should be a representative sample – that is, it should possess the same characteristics as the entire population, or as close to it as possible. A statistic is a characteristic that describes a sample; a parameter is a characteristic that describes a population.

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Statistical Reasoning in public Health
Acute otitis media is an infection that causes inflammation of the middle ear canal. In the study, children were randomized to receive either the influenza vaccine or a placebo. (randomization was done in a 2 to 1 ratio, meaning that two times as many children were randomized to the vaccine treatment as were randomized to the placebo group).

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Is there a relation between foot size and height
For instance, criminal detectives are able to estimate a suspect’s height just by measuring the size of their footsteps. Fashion designers are also able to match their clothing designs to fit persons with different body measurements. Studies in human migration and movements also make of anthropometric (measures of human body size ratios) measurements in tracing the origins of human groups.

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A Study On Cigarette Smoking Among The Teen Population
Thousands of people die each year of diseases related to their smoking. Smoking is the biggest cause in those diseases, ahead of diabetes, obesity and lack of exercise. Individuals begin their habitual behaviors early in their teenage years. There are a series of social and peer pressures which influence teens to try and become addicted to tobacco.

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Assignment
The inferential statistics helps a researcher to conclude beyond the descriptive conclusions of data. There are various quantitative data analysis methods that help in testing the quantitative model. The inferential statistical techniques correlation or bivariate regression analysis are used for examining relationship between two continuous variables (one independent variable and one dependent variable).

4 pages (1000 words)
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ACTIVITY BASED COSTING: HIERARCHICAL PROFITABILITY
This cost has been calculated on the basis of traditional costing system. The Direct Material cost and Direct Labour has been calculated on the basis of total production units. The overhead costs have been allocated to products on the basis of traditional costing system.

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Tangled Triangles
Let us start investigating this problem by looking back in time and history of this problem. It not only makes our study more interesting, it also throws light on the path that we should follow. It is a well-known fact that for an arbitrary closed curve in the plane of a fixed perimeter, it is the circle that encloses the largest area.

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Sample size calculation
Sampling methods include random sampling, cluster sampling and snowball sampling, the selection of the sampling method to be used will depend on the nature of study, and in this paper we consider how we can calculate the sample size given the population size.

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Theorem of Pythagoras in Mathematics
If we read the history of Pythagoras we would come to know his influence upon other philosophers like Plato's whole theory is very much affected by his thinking about geometry. He develops it in books VI and VII of the Republic, and says that "what we are talking about in geometry and mathematics, which are generally abstract entities of timeless, spaceless, and impersonal theologies.

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