In DNA what always form hydrogen bonds with guanine?
In a normal DNA molecule, adenine (A) is paired with thymine (T), and guanine (G) is paired with cytosine (C). ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Statistics, Algebra
What is the correlation coefficient symbol?
The answer is r. Actually 'r' is the usual symbol for the correlation coefficient statistic calculated for a sampleof paired values. The correlation coefficient for a population of pairs of random variables distributed according to a binomial normal distribution is usually denoted by the Greek letter 'rho'. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Statistics, Probability
Comparing the means of two normal distribution?
You can compare the means of two dependent or independent samples. You can also set up confidence intervals. For independent samples you test the claim that the two means are not equal; the null hypothesis is mean1 equals mean2. The alternative hypothesis is mean1 does not equal mean2. For dependent (paired) samples you test the claim that the mean of the differences are not equal; the null hypothesis is the difference equals zero; the alternative hypothesis is the difference does not equal...
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Differences between diamagnetism and paramagnetism?
diamagnetic has paired electrons as a result it repels for the magnetic field but,paramagnetic has unpaired electrons as a result it attracts tyhe magnetic field ...
Asked in Employee Development and Training
What is comparative approach to performance appraisal?
According to SHRM, the comparative method is when the appraiser directly compares the performance of each employee with that of others. Some comparative methods are Ranking, Paired Comparison and Forced Distribution. ...