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  • Explanation U Bias
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    Research Surveys"u Large numbers possible"u Easy to make"u Cheap to do"u Anonymous"u Quick to make and carry out^u Low collection rate^u Misinterpreted questions^u Silly answers^u Answers may need more explanation^u Bias because of the type of people who bother to fill it in Interviews"u Questions can be explained more fully"u Interviewee can elaborate on answers"u High collection rate"u Less silly answers^u Takes a long time^u Costly^u Cant be anonymous Record analysis"u No bias"u High collecti...
  • Correct Answer And The Majority Of People
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    Survey Instrument Paper Sleep apnea is one of the leading silent killers in the Unites States. If you were a concerned person, you would be looking into the following symptoms and getting examined. o Falling asleep during the day Waking up in the middle of the night feeling short of breath Feeling tired all the time Please keep in mind if you have any of these symptoms, and if your spouse says you snore at night please get checked out, it is a possibility you may have sleep apnea. Enclosed in th...
  • One Possible Answer
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    Question 1 (1 point) True / false evaluation is 'natural' from the computer's perspective because computer circuitry consists of two states. a. True b. False Save answer Bottom of Form Question 2 (1 point) It is considered trivial to compare two constants. a. True b. False Save answer Bottom of Form Question 3 (1 point) The logical AND is usually a binary operator that requires a complete Boolean expression on each side. a. True b. False Save answer Bottom of Form Question 4 (1 point) An AND dec...
  • Process Of Evaluation Your Answer
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    The Logic of Evaluation Along with questions there are answers, most questions must be evaluated before arriving to those answers. Usually when I am asking a question I go through a mental process of evaluating the question at hand before giving what I considered to be the most accurate answer. The purpose of my evaluation of the question is to rule out the other possible answers. Is evaluation the key to giving the, or getting the, correct answer, not always. However with evaluation of the ques...
  • One's Self The Question As Mr Cargas
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    Simon Wiesenthal asks the question, What would I have done We are asked to put one's self in his place. This is not an easy task. One knows little to nothing of the actual feelings and struggles involved in being persecuted, unless one actually has been persecuted. As this author has never suffered such severe persecution, one must call upon the force of one's imagination. Even with the most active and vivid of imaginations, one falls short of the comprehension necessary to obtain a clear and su...
  • Explanation As An Answer
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    Why? Explanatory power is something we value and desire... There are no explanations in science. - C. van Fraassen Have you ever thought about the way your car works? The inner works of the engine, how does the fuel make it work, how does combustion lead to movement and is then passed to the wheels? If you have, what are you going to answer an 8-year-old kid when he asks: 'Why does the car move?' ; Are you going to start explaining high school physics, mechanics, chemistry of combustion and the ...
  • Conditions In Two Dimensions
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    Question: Do you notice any interesting relation between the directions of the changes in velocity experienced by the two pucks? Answer: The directions of the changes in velocity are equivalent in Question: Does there appear to be any interesting relation between the magnitudes of the changes in velocity and experienced by the two pucks? Answer: Question: Can you notice a single "rule" which seems to govern all of our 2 dim collision data? Check your "theory" against the data obtained by all oth...
  • Verbal Communication As The Transmission Of Information
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    Question #1 is the perfect question to answer, in fact, an oper tune matter happened between my son, my wife and I, that exhibited all the differences between verbal and nonverbal communication between two very important people in my life. What is the difference between verbal and nonverbal communication To understand the definition between the two we must first understand the definition of the word "communication". Websters defines the word "communication" as, "the transmission or exchange of i...
  • Telephone Polls
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    1) From the reading that Ive been doing on polling it seems that everything has some effect on the results. It seems like most of the polling biases come from the question and the questioner. If the question leads you to think about something else, whether it be positive or negative, it can change the results of the answer. If the person conducting the poll has an opinion of the question they can shape the outcome. Also the gender of the person conducting the poll can change the answer. Also, so...
  • Philosophy The Question
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    The question is Philosophy. Why is it important? What makes it important? To answer theses questions you first have to know what philosophy is. Philosophy is defined as: the pursuit of wisdom; a search for a general understanding of values and reality by chiefly speculative rather than observational means. This is the written definition of philosophy, but I think philosophy can't be defined to just words. It's more then words. Philosophy to me is an attempt to understand the world. To understand...
  • Bride's Name
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    Honeymoon Night Have a piece of paper and writing utensil. Put the paper on the floor. Instruct each guest that they are to bend over, without bending their legs, and trace their hand print on the paper. Have someone recording what each guest says while attempting to do this. Once completed, announce 'This is what 'bride's name' is going to say on her wedding night. ' Then read what each person said. Examples include: There's no way I can do that! OW! That hurts! Am I doing this right? I can't r...
  • What Is The Purpose Of Human Existence
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    Have you ever wondered why we, humans, exist Who is our creator How did we get here Well, as for me, these questions pop into my mind especially right before I go to sleep. These questions have been on my mind since I was about five years old till present time. Perhaps one day, Ill get me questions answered. It all begin when I was about five years old. I remember waking up during the middle of the night, gazing into this green night light against the shadows of a statue of the infant Jesus. And...
  • Obvious Answer
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    Every day males are faced with questions that, in a females perspective, are punishable by death if answered incorrectly. Why do they do this to us and what can males do to evade them? The questions seem basic enough at first glance. When examined further, the questions are without a resolution. They are questions like "What are you thinking,"Do you love me,"Do I look fat", and "Does she look prettier than me?" We know the acceptable answers to these questions, but when faced with them a blank l...
  • Branch Of Philosophy
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    What does one think when they hear the word Philosophy Before I began this class, I really had no idea what the word Philosophy meant. I use to think it dealt with a bunch of really smart people trying to figure out the answers to life's most basic and essential questions. For example: Why are we here Is there a God Is their life after death Etc. What I failed to realize was that not only does Philosophy answers these questions but it also gets us to question things that we never once thought of...
  • Questions And Past Answers
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    Logictisicul agnosticism philosophy To compare and contrast belief is to debate an infinite amount of question that holds as much water as hypothetical questions with no answers. This is about the logical reasons why people believe in god, and do not believe in god. There are many different concepts that people believe in, making the following set of rationalizations run peoples ethics. Elders or righteous religious leaders teach and proclaim concepts they have learned from studying the lives of...
  • Answer To A Question
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    In Plato's dialogue entitled "Meno", the title character Meno confronts Socrates about a supposed paradox concerning the nature of inquiry. This paradox holds that inquiry is either unnecessary or impossible. Given a particular object, if you know what it is, then inquiry is unneeded, and if you don't know what it is, then inquiry is impossible because one would not know even where to begin. In response, Socrates introduces his theory of recollection (TOR) as a solution to Meno's Paradox. The TO...
  • Answer To The Question
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    Ivan Walker Dr. In grad Smith Honors Colloquialism 5 September 2003 Nothing But A Number: Confronting the Issues at Hand In today's hi-tech, modern society, the question, "Which came first, the chicken or the egg?" still boggles the mind. Perhaps even more perplexing is the question, "When is a child born?" Some argue that a child is born at the point of conception, others say after the first trimester, and many would agree that it is at the point when the child is able to survive outside of the...
  • Meno's Questions About Virtue
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    Plato's the Meno is most commonly taken as a book about virtue. In my opinion, the Meno's central issue is teaching. The entire book revolves around Socrates answering Meno's questions about virtue. It is a book that teaches us about teaching, rather than actually answering the question that is presented, "Can virtue be taught? Or is it not teachable but the result of practice, or is it neither of these, but men possess it by nature or in some other way?" Every time Meno presents a question to S...
  • Understand Our Poll Questions
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    "Choice Words: If You Can't Understand Our Poll Questions, Then How Can We Understand Your Answers?' Core Issue Richard Morin writes about a problem plaguing polls across the nation. Morin states that many Americans polled do not understand the poll questions, yet they seem to always have an opinion on most questions poised. Supporting Ideas 1) When President Clinton was confronted with questions about his past actions with Monica Lewinsky, he created ambiguity within the questions. He "misinter...
  • Questions Archaeologist
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    Archaeologists Archaeologists must question Archaeologists Essay, Research Paper Archaeologists must question their sources in order to gain appropriate knowledge from them. Some questions archaeologist may ask include; What is it? What is it made from? What size is it? Where did it come from? When was it made and by whom? What was its function? Does this source contain evidence about the topic? What is its significance? How has this source been interpreted by others? What else was found with it...

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