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Hi i am looking for a tutor to help me with my dissertation, i am studying primary education, but i am struggling to choose a topic.
I'm doing past exam questions and quite a lot of old exam questions ask about the effect of cyanide on respiration - is this on the new AQA specification??
I'm a bit stuck on this question if anyone can help me?
Last year a new mobile phone company, Sonia, produced and stocked shops with 200,000 of their new phone, Sonia 1. The distribution of the battery times is approx- imately normal. Sonia claims that the mean battery time is 16 hours. If the claim is true, which of the following would be more likely? (a) A random sample of 10 phones having a mean battery time greater than 18 hours or (b) A random sample of 50 phones having a mean battery time greater than 18 hours Justify your answer in no more than five sentences.
1.) A graduate program at a university has an admission eligibility policy that requires applicants to be in the top 20% of admissions test scores. If the test scores have a mean score of 1485 with a standard deviation of 240, what is the test score that determines the cut-off for the top 20%? I know that this problem has to do with Z-score but I’m not sure how to go about calculating it!
Hi, Has anyone had the English equivalency test at Canterbury University recently?? Any idea what it consists of?? I have asked for past papers but they said they don't have because they use the same papers all the time!?
Hey! Could anyone help me with this question? It would be much appreciated, thank you!
Find the values of 'x' for which the function f(x)=2x+3+ (18/x-4) is increasing.