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  1. what does this mean , please explain ?? highly appreciated?

    List the seven sections of a typical research paper in the biological sciences. What seven sections, can some give me an example ? Additional work is sometimes required to better understand the history of a particular research topic. If you wanted to learn more about the selected subject matter, list two ways that you could pursue the issue. ???? please help >> thnx a lot

  2. I'm learning English, Can you help me?

    I'm finding the best English Grammar book. Can you show me (just a name is enough). Thank you

  3. Desktop Publishing & Design?

    1. Study the following sentence, then select the answer that best describes it. THE COW JUMPS OVER THE MOON! A. Italic serifed type B. Bold roman sans serif type C. Bold italic sans serif type D. Bold roman serifed type 2. Which one of the following statements about page columns is true? A. Page columns are vertical spaces on a page into which text and graphics can be placed. B. Page columns are horizontal spaces on a page into which text and graphics can be placed. C. When a single-column layout is used, the column should always be placed in the exact middle of the page. D. When a two-column layout is used, the columns should always be the same size. 3. What is the space between the lines of type called? A. Points C. Leading B. Gutter D. Margin 4. What does 12/15, or “12 over 15,” indicate? A. 12 point leading, 15 point type C. 12 pica type, 15 pica leading B. 12 point type, 15 point leading D. 12 pica leading, 15 pica type 5. An ideal line length would include how many characters? A. 40–55 C. 100 B. 65–70 D. 100–125 6. John wants to share resources and move a large volume of data quickly over the Internet. John should use which of the following to transfer his information? A. UUCP (UNIX to UNIX copy protocol) C. FTP (file transfer protocol) B. E-mail D. Google 7. The process of selecting typefaces, type sizes, and text spacing for a particular document is called A. desktop publishing. C. typesetting. B. type processing. D. typography. 8. Estimating a manuscript’s length if it’s set in a particular typeface is called A. typography. C. leading. B. casting off. D. letterspacing. 9. A/An _______ is the basic unit of typographic measurement. A. pica C. point B. em D. inch 10. A style manual can be described as a/an A. reference book that guides the reader in applying accepted principles of usage in a specific field. B. electronic tool that assures consistency in the way things are said and done in desktop publishing documents. C. printed sheet that details a document’s typefaces, point sizes, column width, margin dimensions, heading, and subhead specifications. D. dictionary containing terms for particular fields, such as science, computers, engineering, or medicine. 11. Which of the following statements about document pages is true? A. The page on the left-hand side of a document is the verso page, while the right-hand page is the recto page. B. The page on the right-hand side is the verso page, while the page on the left-hand side is the recto page. C. Recto pages are always even-numbered pages, while verso pages are always odd-numbered pages. D. Good design dictates that recto pages always be blank to avoid the “overdone” look. 12. Graphic designers sometimes must adjust the spacing between letters so that the result looks right to them. This is called A. optical spacing. C. justifying. B. closing a line. D. leading it out. 13. If a line of type measures 5 inches (12.5 centimeters) in length, how many picas long is it? A. 15 C. 30 B. 25 D. 60 14. HTML documents are created by adding what to text? A. Tables C. Tags B. Graphics D. Links 15. A pica equals _______ points. A. 1 C. 12 B. 6 D. 72 16. Computer files designed to simplify the layout process and stored electronically as part of a page layout software program are called A. style manuals. C. reference files. B. style sheets. D. specification sheets. 17. Which of the following page-related terms refer to the same thing? A. Type page/text area C. Type page/trim size B. Trim size/text page D. Open line/leading 18. Unlike _______, XHTML can be extended by anyone who uses it. A. SML C. XML B. HTML D. SGML 19. A long document, such as a book, can usually be divided into which of the following three main sections? A. Copyright section, main text, appendix B. Preliminary pages, main text, back matter C. Preliminary pages, main text, index D. Preliminary pages, main text, and front matter 20. Which of the following must a designer be aware of when planning the design of a document? A. The person who wrote the document B. The intended audience C. The professional printer to be used D. The retail and wholesale prices of a document

  4. I need help with tscores and ANOVAS?

    1. A researcher at Large State University has a friend at Small Private University who tells him that puppies are brought in at Small Private University before finals to reduce stress. Being a good researcher, the chap at Large State University decides to test the prediction that making puppies available reduces final exam stress in undergraduates. Before finals at both universities, the researcher draws a random sample of 9 students from the undergrad student rolls of each school. The researcher administers a survey where each student rates his / her stress on a 7-point scale, 1 = No exam stress / anxiety, 7 = Maximum exam stress / anxiety. a. State the null hypothesis using the Greek symbol  to represent means b. State the alternative hypothesis using the Greek symbol  to represent means c. Assume the researcher desires to be more cautious about making a Type I error than the typical .05 rate. What level will the researcher likely use (BE SURE TO PICK AN  VALUE THAT APPEARS IN APPENDIX A-2; THE CRITICAL VALUES FOR t) d. The descriptive statistics for the stress / anxiety measure is are: Small Private University: mean = 2.4, sd = .2; Large State University; mean = 2.6, sd = .25 Compute the observed t-value (show your work): e.Using the t-table, report the correct t-critical value(s) using the value you specified in response “c” above f. Based on the t-test, what is the researcher’s conclusion regarding the null hypothesis? 2. A researcher runs an experiment to test the hypothesis that the more “witnesses” to an ambiguous emergency situation, the slower the response to render help. She designs a study where participants report to the lab in groups of 3, 5, and 7. In actuality, for each session, there is only one “true subject” in each condition. The other participants are trained confederates working with the researcher. The researcher conducts the experiment with 12 total subjects randomly assigned to a work team size condition (four in three-person groups, four in five-person groups, and four in seven-person groups). The cover story is that the experiment is about virtual communication in the work place, and each participant is assigned to a small cubicle with only a computer that allows each participant to instant message the other participants. During the first 10 minutes of the experiment the same (in each session) female confederate mentions that she has a history of seizures. Approximately five minutes later this female confederate starts to communicate in a bizarre manner, where only bits and pieces of the message make any sense. After two more minutes, this female confederate stops communicating completely. The other confederates in the study are trained to continue communicating without acknowledging the “seizing” confederate. The dependent measure is how long it takes before the true subject leaves his / her cubicle (after the bizarre communications start) to see if the female confederate needs assistance. a. State the null hypothesis using between groups variance as the parameter b. State the alternative hypothesis using between groups variance as the parameter c. The descriptive statistics for the three groups are: 3 Participant Condition: Mean = 300 seconds, sd = 100 5 Participant Condition: Mean = 320 seconds, sd = 100 7 Participant Condition: Mean = 480 seconds, sd = 100 Answer the following questions: 1.What is the within groups sum of squares for each condition, and the total SSwg? (SHOW YOUR WORK) 2.What is the total SSbg? (SHOW YOUR WORK) 3. Compute both the MSwg and MSbg – (SHOW YOUR WORK) 4. Compute the observed F-value – (SHOW YOUR WORK) 5. What is the F-critical value? (assume alpha = .05) 6. What is the researcher’s decision regarding the null hypothesis for the between groups variance? 7. Given the prediction and the result of the F-test, what cell means would the researcher compare using a priori, follow-up t-tests?



  6. What approach should i take to writing my thesis with no results?

    My undergrad projected consisted of me extracting DNA from whole blood samples, quantifying these samples, designing the genotyping assay, running PCR and then running RFLP analysis. However, during RFLP stage a problem with the incubation occured, the temp. went up and the enzyme was inactivated. This resulted in incomplete digestion of the samples. Basically the only results i have to show for the project are my quantified DNA results and genotyping assay design. I have no genotypes for my samples. I need to write up a results and conclusion section for my thesis but what should i put in these sections. I've been told i'll need to concentrate more on the clinical side of the study, so inclusion criteria but that literally consists of the patients having the disease. I was just wondering if people had any ideas how i might approach writing it up, what angle to take etc. How should i include quantified DNA in my results section. This would not be going in only i'm desperate. No-one wants to see a table consisting of 100 quantity and purity figures. Should i do mean and range of conc. The samples were all made up to the same working dilution for the PCR stage so i don't really feel the quantity of the DNA is that important a result, other than to show my extraction worked and my samples were pure put i've been told i'll have to include this just to have something to show in the results section. How would i even go about discussing this in conclusion and discussion section. HELP PLEASE. Thanks, you've given me an idea of how to approach the write-up. I know the actual outcome of the project isn't that important, it's how you present the data and discuss it. I was just stuck as to how i would do mine with no actual data for the project. The approach i was thinking of taking is to explain that due to the incubation error no data was generated and how/why this happened and how to overcome this. I was then going to go on to explain the importance of doing this research and what a pos / neg result would mean and future research which might then be conducted if the results had been pos. I was also going to refer to another study which had conducted the same research but had generated neg results but we believe it might have been due to their sample population as other research conducted by my group provided pos results whereas it was neg in this other groups study. Any ideas how to present my quantified DNA as results? Also i'm including clinical profiles of patients.

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    sample criminal justice research proposal

  8. Any other parents choosing not to vaccinate?

    I've chose not to vaccinate my daughter after reading A Shot In The Dark... she is currently 1 year old and I'm worried to death about her getting sick. My mother in law works at a hospital, my father in law is in construction and my fiance (daughter's father) works at a restaurant. I'm worried about them bringing home something since me and my daughter live with them. (fiance is currently on waiting list for apartment.) If you have chosen not to vaccinate due to fear of side effects (autism, death etc...) please provide some insight... I would greatly appreciate it during this hard time. Thanks!