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r is a zero of polynomial f(x) with multiplicity 2 and of polynomial g(x) with multiplicity 3. By the factor theorem, f(x) and g(x) can be written as f(x) = k(x)*(x-r)^2 and g(x) = p(x)*(x-r)^3. Squaring both sides gives f^2(x) = k^2(x)*(x-r)^4 and g^2(x) = p^2(x)*(x-r)^6. Therefore, h(x) = f^2(x) + g^2(x) = (x-r)^4(k

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Bayes
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Bayes\' theorem deals with the role of new information in revising probability
estimates. The theorem assumes that the probability of a hypothesis (the posterior probability) is
a function of new evidence (the likelihood) and previous knowledge (prior probability). The
theorem is named after Thomas Bayes (1702–1761), a nonconformist minister who had an
interest in mathematics. The basis of the theorem is contained in as essay published in the
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London in 1763. Bayes\' theorem is a logical
consequence of the product rule of probability, which is the probability (P) of two events (A and
B) happening— P(A,B)—is equal to the conditional probability of one event occurring given that
the other has already occurred—P(A|B)—multiplied by the probability of the other event
happening—P(B). The derivation of the theorem is as follows: P(A,B) = P(A|B)×P(B) =
P(B|A)×P(A) Thus: P(A|B) = P(B|A)×P(A)/P(B). Bayes\' theorem has been frequently used in
the areas of diagnostic testing and in the determination of genetic predisposition. For example, if
one wants to know the probability that a person with a particular genetic profile (B) will develop
a particular tumour type (A)—that is, P(A|B). Previous knowledge leads to the assumption that
the probability that any individual will develop the specific tumour (P(A)) is 0.1 and the
probability that an individual has the particular genetic profile (P(B)) is 0.2. New evidence
establishes that the probability that an individual with the tumor—P(B|A)—has the genetic
profile of interest is 0.5. Thus: P(A|B) = 0.1×0.5/0.2 = 0.25 The adoption of Bayes\' theorem
has led to the development of Bayesian methods for data analysis. Bayesian methods have been
defined as \"the explicit use of external evidence in the design, monitoring, analysis,
interpretation and reporting\" of studies (Spiegelhalter, 1999). The Bayesian approach to data
analysis allows consideration of all possible sources of evidence in the determination of the
posterior probability of an event. It is argued that this approach has more relevance to decision
making than classical statistical inference, as it focuses on the transformation from initial
knowledge to final opinion rather than on providing the \"correct\" inference. In addition to its
practical use in probability analysis, Bayes\' theorem can be used as a normative model to assess
how well people use empirical information to update the probability that a hypothesis is true.
Oxford Dictionary of Philosophy: Theorem in probability theory. Thomas Bayes (1702-61) was
an English clergyman, whose An Essay towards Solving a Problem in the Doctrine of Chances
occurs in two memoirs presented by Price (Bayes having died), in Philosophical Transactions of
1763 and 1764. Bayes gave a result for the probability that the chance of an event on a single
trial is within a certain interval, given the number of times the event has occurred and the number.

Baxter & Baxter have total assets of 710,000. There are 45,000 share.pdf

Baxter & Baxter have total assets of 710,000. There are 45,000 shares of stock outstanding with
a market value of 28 a share. The firm has a profit margin of 7.1 percent and a total asset
turnover of 1.29. What is hte price-earning ratio?
16.38
17.99
19.38
20.12
22.41
Solution
total asset turnover=revenue/average total assets
revenue=$915900
Net Income=Profit=0.071*revenue=$65028.9
EPS=Net Income/Total shareholding=$1.445
P/E=Price/EPS=19.38.

Basic StatisticsName the type of measurement scale (whether NOMI.pdf

The document discusses different types of measurement scales used in statistics: nominal, ratio, ordinal, interval, and ratio scales. It provides a table with 5 columns asking to identify the type of measurement scale for each, with the answers being: 1) nominal, 2) ratio, 3) ratio, 4) ordinal, 5) ordinal.

Based on value line and number below i have too determine the time p.pdf

Based on value line and number below i have too determine the time period of the detailed
forcast for which good estimates are possible , and of the simplified forcast for the more distant
future. NIKE (NKE)corporation 2010-20141) Historical(2010-2014) 2)Near future(2015-2019)
and TRansition stage(2020-2024)
It has to work on1) ROE- 2b(ploback)3) g(growth rate)
Historicla
Year
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
ROE
0.196
0.217
0.214
0.222
0.249
b
0.144
0.160
0.155
0.158
0.175
g
2.82%
3.47%
3.32%
3.50%
4.35%
Year
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
ROE
0.196
0.217
0.214
0.222
0.249
b
0.144
0.160
0.155
0.158
0.175
g
2.82%
3.47%
3.32%
3.50%
4.35%
Near Future
Year
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
ROE
0.258
0.255
0.305
0.355
0.310
b
0.220
0.220
0.220
0.220
0.220
g
5.68%
5.61%
6.71%
7.81%
6.82%
Transition Stage
Year
2020
2021
2022
2023
2024
ROE
0.291
0.272
0.253
0.234
0.215
b
0.216
0.211
0.207
0.202
0.198
g
6.27%
5.74%
5.22%
4.73%
4.25%
Year
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
ROE
0.196
0.217
0.214
0.222
0.249
b
0.144
0.160
0.155
0.158
0.175
g
2.82%
3.47%
3.32%
3.50%
4.35%
Solution
1. ROE is the Return On Equity, ie it is the return on the investents made by the business, Given
the informaton and the concern that which year would give NKE corporation the best ROE. is
the year 2018. Since it has the highest ROE of .355 %
2.Ploughback Period: It is the peroid taken by business to break even, period from which it
would start generating profit. Thus based on the data above, 2010 has the best plouback period ,
best here is the least in numerical terms, that means it would only take .144 yrs to start
generating profit.
3.Best growth rate is in the year 2018..

Based on the point above that is about the difference between cohesi.pdf

Based on the point above that is about the difference between cohesive soil and cohesionless
soil.Can you write an essay of 300 words about the difference between cohesive soil and
cohesionless soil based on the point above and any relevent point to the subject of the essay.Can
you write your answer neatly so that I can see and understand it easily. sive soil Fine silt Cla(
exhibit platicity -high poros low permeabili Date Cohesionless 8Sil No. Course d O .06 mm)
Sand ravel not exhibit pla hcity Low Orosi high bi li
Solution
Soil can be classified on the basis of their property to hold or not to hold together. The soil in
which the particles stick together is called cohesive soil such as clay and the soil where the
particles do not adhere to each other are called cohesion less soil such as sand. There are many
factors which can differentiate cohesive soil from cohesion less soil. They are:
1.Particle size- While the particle size of cohesive soil range from 0.06 mm to less than 0.002
mm, the particle size of cohesion less soil range from 0.0 6mm to 200mm. Thus, cohesive soil is
called fine-grained and cohesion less soil is called coarse-grained.
2.Porosity- Cohesive soils tend to hold moisture and show high porosity. This is because their
low sized microscopic particles compact together to create micro pores where water can fill in
and stay as clay particles have affinity towards water molecules. On the other hand, cohesion less
soil show lower porosity as water cannot retain in larger sized pores and flows away through
connected pores.
3.Permeability- Cohesive soils exhibit lower permeability compared to cohesion less soil because
their pores are not interconnected unlike the pores of cohesion less soil; and are too small to
allow the retained water to flow quickly under gravity.
4.Erodibility- Cohesive soils are less erodible compared to cohesion less soil because of the high
cohesive forces acting between the soil particles.
5.Plasticity- Cohesive soils show high plasticity (at a particular moisture content called Plastic
Limit), i.e. they retain the shape change without cracking after removal of the force applied. This
occurs due to the molecular plate-like structure in cohesive soil which slide over each other in
presence of water. Absence of such molecular structure in cohesion less soils make them less
plastic.
6.Examples- Cohesive soil- Clay, silt Cohesionless soil- Sand, gravel..

Based on the income and the statements of cash flows from 2011 throu.pdf

Based on the income and the statements of cash flows from 2011 through 2015, did Mr. Martin
have positive net income an cash flow? Please show all work.
Background
MartinCo is a small company that has been in the Martin family for several generations. In 2010,
Mr. Martin added a new business line selling an exclusive and unique image processing sensor
that he had developed. For the last years, the business unit had done quite well, exceeding Mr.
Martin’ and the Board of Director’s expectations. Given that MartinCo had never worked in the
image processing industry, the project had originally been viewed as extremely risky with
several of the board members recommending against it. Even so, the project had prevailed and
the business unit had done well.
Recently, Mr. Martin had received inquiries from a major Photography and Imaging firm
(Canikon, Inc.) to exclusively use his image processing sensor or to purchase the rights to the
sensor outright with the intent of getting a larger manufacturer to produce the product. Mr.
Martin is faced with a dilemma. Should he choose to keep the rights to his product, he will have
to ramp up production to meet the demands of Canikon. Alternatively, should Mr. Martin
chooses not to expand his image processing business unit to meet Canikon\'s propositions,
Canikon could independently develop a similar sensor and cut him out of the market altogether.
Mr. Martin is loath to give up the rights to his designs and brand and realizes that he might have
to do so if the numbers don’t fall out well for his product.
Mr. Martin wants to compile a report for the business unit that will give him some insight into its
present operation and potentially a better understanding of whether an expansion would be a
feasible undertaking.
A big concern that Mr. Martin has is that Canikon intends to, and would be able to significantly
underprice his present product and cost structure. Canikon is currently a leading distributor in the
Photography and Imaging industry. Hence, the company has the ability to source a larger
manufacturer to produce a similar type of sensor and would able to bring economies of scale to
bear that Mr. Martin would have difficulty achieving.
------------------------------------------
Product Development and Initial investments
Mr. Martin invested significant time and expense in the development of his unique Image
Processing Sensor. He went through extensive development, testing, consumer feedback,
promotional giveaways and effort before proposing the product and business line to the board
members. All in all he had produced one hundred and fifty units before even having a fully
functional production line. Mr. Martin presented his ideas to the board at the 2nd quarter Board
of Directors meeting of 2010. Although there was some hesitation, the Board of Directors
approved the project and expected the purchase of equipment to be finalized with plans to have
the sensors to run off the lines and delivered to the dis.

Based on the ANOVA table output from multiple regression, the correc.pdf

Based on the ANOVA table output from multiple regression, the correct notation of the null
hypothesis being tested is Ho:B1= B2= 0.
Solution
here we are testing Hypothesis for equality of means so
Ho= u1-u2=0
so ans is false.

Based on the Case Study Dell Inc. Changing the Business Model C.pdf

Based on the Case Study \"Dell Inc.: Changing the Business Model\" Case 32, starting on page
32-1, complete the following requirements:
Write a complete synopsis
Using the Week 1 Addendum, identify their resources, capabilities, and core competencies
Write one finding of fact, with a fully justified recommendation/justification
Comment on classmates\' and instructor\'s postings.
I need it broken down by sections
1 finding of fact
synopsis
resources
capabilities
core competencies
recommendations
Solution
Dell used a contrarian model of business for a consumer durable by bypassing the traditional
distribution channel and by having low inventories and thus lower carrying cost.
It built strong relationship with the suppliers and customers and was able to cut costs of the
distribution channel.
When Dell entered the market that was an era of high growth of PCs (1980s) and therefore the
competition per se was not daunting enough and the contrarian model did wonders to make Dell
the largest PC manufacturer in the 1990s. Used low cost to penetrate the market when the market
itself was in the growth phase.
However this is not a model that could be sustained in the long run. Distribution channel
especially for consumer goods is vital. Dell should have recognized the fact that there was the
concept of PLC (product life cycle) to encounter into the future when the markets would mature.
The \'push\' and the \'pull\' of the distribution channel was not there to support Dell\'s product in
the maturing markets in the US. At the same time other low cost players with brand image
started to surface. Along with this there was a clawing back of the markets by the big players like
Apple. In this period (mid 2000) the household market was in the growth phase. Dell was not
focused on this market either. Hence Dell lost out on its sheen of a low cost manufacturer
because the markets had matured, there were other players with low cost products and it missed
out on market penetration with low cost in the growth market of households in the mid 2000.
Dell could have been there for the long haul as a major player had it used the traditional
strategies of marketing for consumer durables - had it applied the strategies deployed according
to the phase of the market the product is in (as per the PLC concept) instead of just relying on
low cost alone..

Based on information Journal Entries below and using the Phase 2 Exc.pdf

Based on information Journal Entries below and using the Phase 2 Excel template provided,
prepare applicable closing entries, and prepare, in good form, a 2015 Balance Sheet and a 2015
Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund balance. Note:
Outstanding encumbrances at year end are classified as Assigned Fund Balance and all
remaining net resources are classified as Unassigned Fund Balance.Journal
EntryReferenceAccount TitlesDebitsCreditsa)Estimated Revenues
Control11,250,000Appropriations Control9,300,000Estimated Other Financing Uses Control -
Tranfers Out1,700,000Budgetary Fund Balance250,0001)Encumbrances Control (Prior
Year)17,000Budgetary Fund Balance - Reserve for Encumbrances17,0002)Deferred Inflows -
Property Taxes21,000Revenues Control21,0003)Taxes Receivable - Current6,800,000Estimated
Uncollectible Current Taxes136,000Revenues Control6,664,0004)Cash500,000Tax Anticipation
Notes Payable500,0005)Budgetary Fund Balance - Reserve for
Encumbrances17,000Encumbrances Control17,000Expenditures Control16,600Accounts
Payable16,6006)Accounts Payable115,600Due to Other
Funds27,000Cash142,6007)Cash10,811,500Interest and penalties receivable3,500Taxes
Receivable – Current6,400,000Due from State210,000Revenues from licenses and
permits800,000Sales Tax Receivable - current2,890,000Misc Revenues350,000Taxes Receivable
–158,0008)Encumbrances3,465,000Fund Balance Reserved for
Encumbrances3,465,0009)Expenditures5,070,000Federal Income Tax Withheld498,000FICA
Contribution357,000Cash4,215,00010)Due to Federal Government385,000FICA Contribution
(City\'s Part)357,000State unemployment taxes28,00011)Fund Balance Reserved for
Encumbrances3,375,300Expenditures3,375,300Encumbrances3,375,300Accounts
Payable3,375,30012)Tax Anticipation Notes
Payable500,000Expenditure18,000Cash518,00013)Estimated Fund332,000Unreserved fund
balance332,00014)Expenditures350,200Water and Sewer37,000Stores and Services
Fund313,200Stores and Services Fund310,000Cash310,00015)Sales Tax
Receivable52,000Revenue52,00016)Accounts Contract Payable3,015,000Cash3,015,000Federal
Income Tax Withheld498,000FICA Contribution357,000FICA Contribution (City\'s
Part)357,000State unemployment taxes28,000Cash1,240,00017)Estimated Revenue73,000Fund
for Appropriations (Budgetary Fund)139,000Appropriations212,00018)Property Taxes
Receivable- Delinquent51,000Interest and penalties receivable on taxes -
Delinquent1,600Property Tax Receivable51,000Interest and penalties receivable on
taxes1,60019)Interest and penalties receivable on taxes17,200Estimated Uncollectable
Taxes1,100Revenue16,10020)Deferred Revenue (Estimated Revenue)27,500Tax
Receivable27,500
Solution.

Based on information Journal Entries below can someone provide me wi.pdf

Based on information Journal Entries below can someone provide me with the closing entries,
the 2015 Balance Sheet and a 2015 Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund
balance.
Note:
Outstanding encumbrances at year end are classified as Assigned Fund Balance and all
remaining net resources are classified as Unassigned Fund Balance.Journal
EntryReferenceAccount TitlesDebitsCreditsa)Estimated Revenues
Control11,250,000Appropriations Control9,300,000Estimated Other Financing Uses Control -
Tranfers Out1,700,000Budgetary Fund Balance250,0001)Encumbrances Control (Prior
Year)17,000Budgetary Fund Balance - Reserve for Encumbrances17,0002)Deferred Inflows -
Property Taxes21,000Revenues Control21,0003)Taxes Receivable -
Current6,800,000Estimated Uncollectible Current Taxes136,000Revenues
Control6,664,0004)Cash500,000Tax Anticipation Notes Payable500,0005)Budgetary Fund
Balance - Reserve for Encumbrances17,000Encumbrances Control17,000Expenditures
Control16,600Accounts Payable16,6006)Accounts Payable115,600Due to Other
Funds27,000Cash142,6007)Cash10,811,500Interest and penalties receivable3,500Taxes
Receivable – Current6,400,000Due from State210,000Revenues from licenses and
permits800,000Sales Tax Receivable - current2,890,000Misc Revenues350,000Taxes
Receivable –158,0008)Encumbrances3,465,000Fund Balance Reserved for
Encumbrances3,465,0009)Expenditures5,070,000Federal Income Tax Withheld498,000FICA
Contribution357,000Cash4,215,00010)Due to Federal Government385,000FICA Contribution
(City\'s Part)357,000State unemployment taxes28,00011)Fund Balance Reserved for
Encumbrances3,375,300Expenditures3,375,300Encumbrances3,375,300Accounts
Payable3,375,30012)Tax Anticipation Notes
Payable500,000Expenditure18,000Cash518,00013)Estimated Fund332,000Unreserved fund
balance332,00014)Expenditures350,200Water and Sewer37,000Stores and Services
Fund313,200Stores and Services Fund310,000Cash310,00015)Sales Tax
Receivable52,000Revenue52,00016)Accounts Contract Payable3,015,000Cash3,015,000Federal
Income Tax Withheld498,000FICA Contribution357,000FICA Contribution (City\'s
Part)357,000State unemployment taxes28,000Cash1,240,00017)Estimated Revenue73,000Fund
for Appropriations (Budgetary Fund)139,000Appropriations212,00018)Property Taxes
Receivable- Delinquent51,000Interest and penalties receivable on taxes -
Delinquent1,600Property Tax Receivable51,000Interest and penalties receivable on
taxes1,60019)Interest and penalties receivable on taxes17,200Estimated Uncollectable
Taxes1,100Revenue16,10020)Deferred Revenue (Estimated Revenue)27,500Tax Receivable
Solution.

Based on HCM, what are the factors that effect capacity and delay fo.pdf

Based on HCM, what are the factors that effect capacity and delay for 2 lane highways,
signalized intersections, unsignalized intersections, and diverge section of a freeway?
Solution
Location Transportation network characteristics Intersection geometry User characteristics.

Based on a previous study, in 2005, 50 of all AmericanSolution.pdf

Based on a previous study, in 2005, 50% of all American
Solution
Given n=150, p=0.5
mean=n*p=150*0.5=75
s=?n*p*(1-p)=sqrt(150*0.5*0.5)= 6.12
So the probability is
P(X>84)=P((X-mean)/s >(84-75)/6.12)
=P(Z>1.47)
=0.0708 (check standard normal table).

Barry and his wife Mary have accumulated over $3 million during thei.pdf

Barry and his wife Mary have accumulated over $3 million during their 50 years of marriage.
They have two children and four grandchildren.
How much money can they gift to their children in 2014 without any gift tax liability?
Solution
accumulated over $4 million during their 45 years of marriage
Barry and Mary can give $208,000 to their children and grandchildren in 2014..

BayesSolution Bayes theorem deals with the.pdf

BayesSolution Bayes theorem deals with the.pdf

Baxter & Baxter have total assets of 710,000. There are 45,000 share.pdf

Baxter & Baxter have total assets of 710,000. There are 45,000 share.pdf

Basic StatisticsName the type of measurement scale (whether NOMI.pdf

Basic StatisticsName the type of measurement scale (whether NOMI.pdf

Based on value line and number below i have too determine the time p.pdf

Based on value line and number below i have too determine the time p.pdf

Based on the point above that is about the difference between cohesi.pdf

Based on the point above that is about the difference between cohesi.pdf

Based on the income and the statements of cash flows from 2011 throu.pdf

Based on the income and the statements of cash flows from 2011 throu.pdf

Based on the ANOVA table output from multiple regression, the correc.pdf

Based on the ANOVA table output from multiple regression, the correc.pdf

Based on the Case Study Dell Inc. Changing the Business Model C.pdf

Based on the Case Study Dell Inc. Changing the Business Model C.pdf

Based on information Journal Entries below and using the Phase 2 Exc.pdf

Based on information Journal Entries below and using the Phase 2 Exc.pdf

Based on information Journal Entries below can someone provide me wi.pdf

Based on information Journal Entries below can someone provide me wi.pdf

Based on HCM, what are the factors that effect capacity and delay fo.pdf

Based on HCM, what are the factors that effect capacity and delay fo.pdf

Based on a previous study, in 2005, 50 of all AmericanSolution.pdf

Based on a previous study, in 2005, 50 of all AmericanSolution.pdf

Barry and his wife Mary have accumulated over $3 million during thei.pdf

Barry and his wife Mary have accumulated over $3 million during thei.pdf

How To Sell Hamster Kombat Coin In Pre-market

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RDBMS Lecture Notes Unit4 chapter12 VIEW

Description:
Welcome to the comprehensive guide on Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) concepts, tailored for final year B.Sc. Computer Science students affiliated with Alagappa University. This document covers fundamental principles and advanced topics in RDBMS, offering a structured approach to understanding databases in the context of modern computing. PDF content is prepared from the text book Learn Oracle 8I by JOSE A RAMALHO.
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Sub-Topic :
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A beginner’s guide to project reviews - everything you wanted to know but wer...

A beginner’s guide to project reviews - everything you wanted to know but wer...Association for Project Management

APM event held on 9 July in Bristol.
Speaker: Roy Millard
The SWWE Regional Network were very pleased to welcome back to Bristol Roy Millard, of APM’s Assurance Interest Group on 9 July 2024, to talk about project reviews and hopefully answer all your questions.
Roy outlined his extensive career and his experience in setting up the APM’s Assurance Specific Interest Group, as they were known then.
Using Mentimeter, he asked a number of questions of the audience about their experience of project reviews and what they wanted to know.
Roy discussed what a project review was and examined a number of definitions, including APM’s Bok: “Project reviews take place throughout the project life cycle to check the likely or actual achievement of the objectives specified in the project management plan”
Why do we do project reviews? Different stakeholders will have different views about this, but usually it is about providing confidence that the project will deliver the expected outputs and benefits, that it is under control.
There are many types of project reviews, including peer reviews, internal audit, National Audit Office, IPA, etc.
Roy discussed the principles behind the Three Lines of Defence Model:, First line looks at management controls, policies, procedures, Second line at compliance, such as Gate reviews, QA, to check that controls are being followed, and third Line is independent external reviews for the organisations Board, such as Internal Audit or NAO audit.
Factors which affect project reviews include the scope, level of independence, customer of the review, team composition and time.
Project Audits are a special type of project review. They are generally more independent, formal with clear processes and audit trails, with a greater emphasis on compliance. Project reviews are generally more flexible and informal, but should be evidence based and have some level of independence.
Roy looked at 2 examples of where reviews went wrong, London Underground Sub-Surface Upgrade signalling contract, and London’s Garden Bridge. The former had poor 3 lines of defence, no internal audit and weak procurement skills, the latter was a Boris Johnson vanity project with no proper governance due to Johnson’s pressure and interference.
Roy discussed the principles of assurance reviews from APM’s Guide to Integrated Assurance (Free to Members), which include: independence, accountability, risk based, and impact, etc
Human factors are important in project reviews. The skills and knowledge of the review team, building trust with the project team to avoid defensiveness, body language, and team dynamics, which can only be assessed face to face, active listening, flexibility and objectively.
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Description:
Welcome to the comprehensive guide on Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) concepts, tailored for final year B.Sc. Computer Science students affiliated with Alagappa University. This document covers fundamental principles and advanced topics in RDBMS, offering a structured approach to understanding databases in the context of modern computing. PDF content is prepared from the text book Learn Oracle 8I by JOSE A RAMALHO.
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Dr. S. Murugan is Associate Professor at Alagappa Government Arts College, Karaikudi. With 23 years of teaching experience in the field of Computer Science, Dr. S. Murugan has a passion for simplifying complex concepts in database management.
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