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Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra
How can complex fractions can be used to solve problems involving ratio?
The ratio of two quantities need not itself be a rational number - it can be a complex number. ...
How do you solve for debt to equity ratio with an equity multiplier of 2.47?
debt ratio+Equity ratio=1 debt ratio=1-1/2.47=0.6=60%
Asked in Database Programming
What is the meant by anomaly in database?
Data anamaly means same type of data present in database as a duplication.So while updating or modifying the information in the database we gets the problem of data inconsistency to solve this problem we need to remove the duplicated data ...
Asked in Trigonometry
How do you solve ungrouped data?
You cannot "solve" ungrouped data since ungrouped data is not a question. You can calculate the mean or the variance, standard deviation or skewness, or a whole range of other measures for ungrouped data. But you have not specified what. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Statistics, Algebra
How do you analyze a complicated set of data What did you have to do with the data?
Take each set of data step by step and don't overwhelm your brain. Try figuring out the most important information that will really help you solve this certain problem. If your having a hard time figuring out the important data that you need to solve this question then look for clues in the question that will make your search for the important data easier. Underline or highlight those clues in the question or important data if you have to. Now once you...
Interval and ratio data example?
Interval Data: Temperature, Dates (data that has has an arbitrary zero) Ratio Data: Height, Weight, Age, Length (data that has an absolute zero) Nominal Data: Male, Female, Race, Political Party (categorical data that cannot be ranked) Ordinal Data: Degree of Satisfaction at Restaurant (data that can be ranked) ...
What is the phenotypic and genotypic ratio in dihybrid?
Typical Phenotypic Ratio for a Dihybrid Cross is 9:3:3:1. The Phenotypic ratio will explain the genotypic ratio when you you solve a Dihybrid Cross. ...
Asked in Physics
How do you get a distance from coulomb laws?
Solve Coloumb's law for distance. Note that you have to have all the other data - the charges, and the forces involved. Solve Coloumb's law for distance. Note that you have to have all the other data - the charges, and the forces involved. Solve Coloumb's law for distance. Note that you have to have all the other data - the charges, and the forces involved. Solve Coloumb's law for distance. Note that you have to have all the other data -...
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between interval data analysis and ratio data analysis?
Data comes in various sizes and shapes. Two of them are Interval and Ratio. Interval is a measurement where the difference between two values is meaningful and follows a linear scale. For example: in physics, temperature 0.0 on either F or C does not mean 'no temperature'; in biology, a pH of 0.0 does not mean 'no acidity'. Interval data is continuous data where differences are interpretable, ordered, and constant scale, but there is no 'natural' zero. Ratio is the relation in...
Asked in Statistics, Duke University
Age of group of person as nominal data?
I am not sure if I understand your question. I will rephrase it to: Should data collected on the ages of persons in a group be consider as nominal, ordinal, interval or ratio data? It is ratio. Now, let's try another question. A study finds that people with names beginning with the letter "a-k" are older than people with letters "l-z". In this case, the data collected on names in nominal data, but the ages are still ratio data. ...
Asked in Psychology, Political Science
Why do scientists use data from controlled experiments?
to solve the problem that they have if the problem doesn't solve they have to start over again. ...