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System or network administrators will be interested in which of the .pdf

System or network administrators will be interested in which of the following IT security
metrics?
a) Implementation
b) Effectiveness
c) Efficiency
d) Impact
Solution
a. The four measurable aspects of IT security metrics speak to different stakeholders. System or
network administrators want to know what went wrong during IT security implementation
activities. Information security and program managers are interested in effectiveness and
efficiency during IT security activities..

Synchronization of file updates in a local-area network environment .pdf

Synchronization of file updates in a local-area network environment cannot be accomplished by
using which of the following?
File locks
Record locks
Semaphores
Security labels
Solution
d. Security labels
Security labels deal with security and confidentiality of data, not with file updates. A security
label is a designation assigned to a system resource such as a file, which cannot be changed
except in emergency situations. File updates deal with the integrity of data. The unique concept
of a local-area network (LAN) file is its capability to be shared among several users..

Sweden receives a great deal of attention from economists in part be.pdf

Sweden receives a great deal of attention from economists in part because
a. it is an example of rapid growth under severe population pressure.
b. it is an example of command planning.
c. it is an example of market efficiency with socialist equity.
d. it is an example of a homogeneous society.
Solution
a. it is an example of rapid growth under severe population pressure..

Suzie is a nurse at County General Hospital. She contracts the ebola.pdf

Suzie is a nurse at County General Hospital. She contracts the ebola virus from a patient in her
care. What are her options for legal relief?
Solution
Ebola is a highly catching disease through infected bodily fluids such as sweat, blood, and spit,
and remains infectious even after death.
A nurse who contracts from Ebola virus through the patient can sue the hospital on the basis of
following points-
The nurse might get the following legal reliefs in this situation-.

Susan is a single taxpayer, 26 years of age, with AGI of $28000 and .pdf

Susan is a single taxpayer, 26 years of age, with AGI of $28000 and no tax-exempt income. She
did not have minimum essential coveratge for 9 months in 2014. Compute Susan\'s individual
shared responsibility payment for 2014.
Solution
Susan\'s individual shared responsibility payment for 2014 shall be equal to 9% annual rate on its
AGI
Hence Susan\'s individual shared responsibility payment for 2014 shall be =28000*9%*9/12
=$1890.

SurveyUSA last week took a random sample of 500 adults living in Cal.pdf

SurveyUSA last week took a random sample of 500 adults living in California and asked them
the following question:
Solution
(a) Are the assumptions for estimating p met? Explain why or why not. Normal
distribution assumptions.

Susan finds an alien artifact in the desert, where there are tempera.pdf

Susan finds an alien artifact in the desert, where there are temperature variations from a low in
the 30s at night to a high in the 100s in the day. She is interested in how the artifact will respond
to faster variations in temperature, so she kidnaps the artifact, takes it back to her lab (hotly
pursued by the military police who patrol Area 51), and sticks it in an \"oven\" -- that is, a closed
box whose temperature she can control precisely.
Let T(t) be the temperature of the artifact. Newton\'s law of cooling says that T(t) changes at a
rate proportional to the difference between the temperature of the environment and the
temperature of the artifact. This says that there is a constant k, not dependent on time, such that
T? = k(E ? T), where E is the temperature of the environment (the oven).
Before collecting the artifact from the desert, Susan measured its temperature at a couple of
times, and she has determined that for the alien artifact, k = 0.55.
Susan preheats her oven to 85 degrees Fahrenheit (she has stubbornly refused to join the metric
world). At time t = 0 the oven is at exactly 85 degrees and is heating up, and the oven runs
through a temperature cycle every 2pi minutes, in which its temperature varies by 35 degrees
above and 35 degrees below 85 degrees.
Let E(t) be the temperature of the oven after t minutes.
E(t) =???
At time t = 0, when the artifact is at a temperature of 40 degrees, she puts it in the oven. Let T(t)
be the temperature of the artifact at time t.
Then T(0) =???
Write a differential equation which models the temperature of the artifact.
T? = f( t , T ) =???
Note: Use T rather than T(t) since the latter confuses the computer. Don\'t enter units for this
equation.
Solve the differential equation. To do this, you may find it helpful to know that if a is a constant,
then
?
? sin(t)e^(at) dt = 1/(a^2+1)*e^(at) (a sin(t) ? cos(t)) + C
T(t) =???
After Susan puts in the artifact in the oven, the military police break in and take her away. Think
about what happens to her artifact as t ? ? and fill in the following sentence:
For large values of t, even though the oven temperature varies between 50 and 120 degrees, the
artifact varies from _____ to _____ degrees.
==================
I was able to solve the first three parts; however, I couldn\'t figure out how to solve the NOTE
part.
My answers for the first three parts:
E(t) =35sin(t)+85
T(0) =40
T? = f( t , T )= 0.55(35sin(t)+85-T)
Can you help me to solve the rest of this question?
Solution
when getting the equation for T(t), you also have to divide the constant C with the
integrating factor, which in this case was e^(0.55t). and then it will give you the correct equation
for T(t) and you can get Tmax and Tmin.

Surveying open traverseSolutionSurveying is the process of de.pdf

Surveying/ open traverse
Solution
Surveying is the process of determining the position of a required point in the three dimensions
and angle making by it.For every civil engineering projects surveying is very important. Without
surveying the position of different points and ground level cannot be identified.
Traversing is a survey process in which all the survey lines are joined to form a survey network
and when these lines does not end at starting point and ends at different point is known as Open
Traverse.
Importance of surveying is high in heavy engineering projects like Bridge construction where the
allignment of bridge at every point is to be noted and different levels of ground in the stretch of
the bridge is identified to decide the height of piers at different location.Surveying plays a very
high crucial role in the construction .Therefore the results should be accurate. The proffesional
who carries the surveying process is the surveyor..

System or network administrators will be interested in which of the .pdf

System or network administrators will be interested in which of the following IT security
metrics?
a) Implementation
b) Effectiveness
c) Efficiency
d) Impact
Solution
a. The four measurable aspects of IT security metrics speak to different stakeholders. System or
network administrators want to know what went wrong during IT security implementation
activities. Information security and program managers are interested in effectiveness and
efficiency during IT security activities..

Synchronization of file updates in a local-area network environment .pdf

Synchronization of file updates in a local-area network environment cannot be accomplished by
using which of the following?
File locks
Record locks
Semaphores
Security labels
Solution
d. Security labels
Security labels deal with security and confidentiality of data, not with file updates. A security
label is a designation assigned to a system resource such as a file, which cannot be changed
except in emergency situations. File updates deal with the integrity of data. The unique concept
of a local-area network (LAN) file is its capability to be shared among several users..

Sweden receives a great deal of attention from economists in part be.pdf

Sweden receives a great deal of attention from economists in part because
a. it is an example of rapid growth under severe population pressure.
b. it is an example of command planning.
c. it is an example of market efficiency with socialist equity.
d. it is an example of a homogeneous society.
Solution
a. it is an example of rapid growth under severe population pressure..

Suzie is a nurse at County General Hospital. She contracts the ebola.pdf

Suzie is a nurse at County General Hospital. She contracts the ebola virus from a patient in her
care. What are her options for legal relief?
Solution
Ebola is a highly catching disease through infected bodily fluids such as sweat, blood, and spit,
and remains infectious even after death.
A nurse who contracts from Ebola virus through the patient can sue the hospital on the basis of
following points-
The nurse might get the following legal reliefs in this situation-.

Susan is a single taxpayer, 26 years of age, with AGI of $28000 and .pdf

Susan is a single taxpayer, 26 years of age, with AGI of $28000 and no tax-exempt income. She
did not have minimum essential coveratge for 9 months in 2014. Compute Susan\'s individual
shared responsibility payment for 2014.
Solution
Susan\'s individual shared responsibility payment for 2014 shall be equal to 9% annual rate on its
AGI
Hence Susan\'s individual shared responsibility payment for 2014 shall be =28000*9%*9/12
=$1890.

SurveyUSA last week took a random sample of 500 adults living in Cal.pdf

SurveyUSA last week took a random sample of 500 adults living in California and asked them
the following question:
Solution
(a) Are the assumptions for estimating p met? Explain why or why not. Normal
distribution assumptions.

Susan finds an alien artifact in the desert, where there are tempera.pdf

Susan finds an alien artifact in the desert, where there are temperature variations from a low in
the 30s at night to a high in the 100s in the day. She is interested in how the artifact will respond
to faster variations in temperature, so she kidnaps the artifact, takes it back to her lab (hotly
pursued by the military police who patrol Area 51), and sticks it in an \"oven\" -- that is, a closed
box whose temperature she can control precisely.
Let T(t) be the temperature of the artifact. Newton\'s law of cooling says that T(t) changes at a
rate proportional to the difference between the temperature of the environment and the
temperature of the artifact. This says that there is a constant k, not dependent on time, such that
T? = k(E ? T), where E is the temperature of the environment (the oven).
Before collecting the artifact from the desert, Susan measured its temperature at a couple of
times, and she has determined that for the alien artifact, k = 0.55.
Susan preheats her oven to 85 degrees Fahrenheit (she has stubbornly refused to join the metric
world). At time t = 0 the oven is at exactly 85 degrees and is heating up, and the oven runs
through a temperature cycle every 2pi minutes, in which its temperature varies by 35 degrees
above and 35 degrees below 85 degrees.
Let E(t) be the temperature of the oven after t minutes.
E(t) =???
At time t = 0, when the artifact is at a temperature of 40 degrees, she puts it in the oven. Let T(t)
be the temperature of the artifact at time t.
Then T(0) =???
Write a differential equation which models the temperature of the artifact.
T? = f( t , T ) =???
Note: Use T rather than T(t) since the latter confuses the computer. Don\'t enter units for this
equation.
Solve the differential equation. To do this, you may find it helpful to know that if a is a constant,
then
?
? sin(t)e^(at) dt = 1/(a^2+1)*e^(at) (a sin(t) ? cos(t)) + C
T(t) =???
After Susan puts in the artifact in the oven, the military police break in and take her away. Think
about what happens to her artifact as t ? ? and fill in the following sentence:
For large values of t, even though the oven temperature varies between 50 and 120 degrees, the
artifact varies from _____ to _____ degrees.
==================
I was able to solve the first three parts; however, I couldn\'t figure out how to solve the NOTE
part.
My answers for the first three parts:
E(t) =35sin(t)+85
T(0) =40
T? = f( t , T )= 0.55(35sin(t)+85-T)
Can you help me to solve the rest of this question?
Solution
when getting the equation for T(t), you also have to divide the constant C with the
integrating factor, which in this case was e^(0.55t). and then it will give you the correct equation
for T(t) and you can get Tmax and Tmin.

Surveying open traverseSolutionSurveying is the process of de.pdf

Surveying/ open traverse
Solution
Surveying is the process of determining the position of a required point in the three dimensions
and angle making by it.For every civil engineering projects surveying is very important. Without
surveying the position of different points and ground level cannot be identified.
Traversing is a survey process in which all the survey lines are joined to form a survey network
and when these lines does not end at starting point and ends at different point is known as Open
Traverse.
Importance of surveying is high in heavy engineering projects like Bridge construction where the
allignment of bridge at every point is to be noted and different levels of ground in the stretch of
the bridge is identified to decide the height of piers at different location.Surveying plays a very
high crucial role in the construction .Therefore the results should be accurate. The proffesional
who carries the surveying process is the surveyor..

Sure Tea CO. has issued 10.5 percent annual coupon bonds that are no.pdf

Sure Tea CO. has issued 10.5 percent annual coupon bonds that are now selling at a yield to
maturity of 14.20 percent and current price of $ 946.02 . What is the remaining maturity of these
bonds? Show steps.
Solution
Using a financial calculator
N = remaining maturity of these bonds
i =10.5%
PV =946.02
FV =100
PMT =1000*10.5% =105
N =1.75 years remaining maturity of these bonds.

Suppose you hear anSuppose you hear anSolution Your hypoth.pdf

Suppose you hear an
Suppose you hear an
Solution
Your hypothesis might be \"in the past, kids were much more respectful and didn\'t cause as
much trouble as they do nowadays\". You might be able to test this by reviewing past & current
police records for several towns and, of course, normalizing for the number of kids at the time
(could probably find school population data broken down by age)..

Suppose you pick people at random and ask them what month of the yea.pdf

Suppose you pick people at random and ask them what month of the year they were born. Let X
be the number of people you have to question until you find a person who was born in
December. What is E(X) approximately?
Solution
E(X) = 1/p so E(X) = 1/(1/12) = 12.

Suppose you own white and black socks. Youre packing for a tip and.pdf

Suppose you own white and black socks. You\'re packing for a tip and something happens where
you can\'t see (the lights went off and its perfectly dark. what is the least number of socks you
would need to grab to guarantee one matching pair of the same color? why?
Solution
It isminimum of 3 socks.. so that the socks would get matching pair.

Suppose you have a group of 8 people from the general US population..pdf

Suppose you have a group of 8 people from the general US population. Without regard to
order, you wish to select 4 of those people. In the general population, the probability that a
person is diabetic is 7.8% (or 0.078). What is the probability that exactly four of the eight
persons you selected are diabetic?
Solution
binompdf(8,.078,4) = .0019 answer: .0019.

Suppose you deposit $1,000 into an account which pays 4 annual inte.pdf

Suppose you deposit $1,000 into an account which pays 4% annual interest, compounded
quarterly.
Approximately how long will it take for the amount of money in the account to double?
Please show all steps involved!
Solution
so
2000 = 1000 * (1 + 4%/4)^4t
2 = 1.01^4t
t = 17.42 years.

Suppose you hear an Solution There are, of c.pdf

Suppose you hear an
Solution
There are, of course, many possibilities here. One is to look at juvenile delinquency
crime rates (JD). You could decide to look at the veracity of the statement by the “old-timer” in,
say, your home state of New York (have no idea where you live). A testable null hypothesis
would be that the JD crime rate last year in New York was equal to the year 1950. That should
be back in the days of the “old-timer”. Other periods could be selected such as a five year period
or a decade. So, the null hypothesis, Ho, would be Ho: JD (Year 2010) = JD (Year 1950). The
alternative, hypothesis, Ha, is Ha: JD (Year 2010) > JD (Year 1950). This is a one sided
hypothesis because the “old-timer” said the latest rate would be higher than the earlier rate –
that’s what he actually believes to be the true state of nature. To test this hypothesis you could
select a random sample of, say, 20 counties, cities or other governmental units which have crime
data for the periods under consideration and then get the JD rate for all units and time periods in
the sample. This is considered a paired experiment because a rate for one period is paired to the
rate for the same unit but at a different time. A paired t-test could then be used to test Ho. Or, a
similar non-parametric test if you judged that the data was not normally distributed..

Suppose you have a very large sample from a normal distribution with.pdf

Suppose you have a very large sample from a normal distribution with a mean of 4.51 and
standard deviation of 2.56. All scores in your sample have two decimal places.
What would you expect the median to be?
Solution
You would expect the median to be the same as the mean, or 4.51, since the normal
distribution is symmetric..

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Sure Tea CO. has issued 10.5 percent annual coupon bonds that are no.pdf

Sure Tea CO. has issued 10.5 percent annual coupon bonds that are now selling at a yield to
maturity of 14.20 percent and current price of $ 946.02 . What is the remaining maturity of these
bonds? Show steps.
Solution
Using a financial calculator
N = remaining maturity of these bonds
i =10.5%
PV =946.02
FV =100
PMT =1000*10.5% =105
N =1.75 years remaining maturity of these bonds.

Suppose you hear anSuppose you hear anSolution Your hypoth.pdf

Suppose you hear an
Suppose you hear an
Solution
Your hypothesis might be \"in the past, kids were much more respectful and didn\'t cause as
much trouble as they do nowadays\". You might be able to test this by reviewing past & current
police records for several towns and, of course, normalizing for the number of kids at the time
(could probably find school population data broken down by age)..

Suppose you pick people at random and ask them what month of the yea.pdf

Suppose you pick people at random and ask them what month of the year they were born. Let X
be the number of people you have to question until you find a person who was born in
December. What is E(X) approximately?
Solution
E(X) = 1/p so E(X) = 1/(1/12) = 12.

Suppose you own white and black socks. Youre packing for a tip and.pdf

Suppose you own white and black socks. You\'re packing for a tip and something happens where
you can\'t see (the lights went off and its perfectly dark. what is the least number of socks you
would need to grab to guarantee one matching pair of the same color? why?
Solution
It isminimum of 3 socks.. so that the socks would get matching pair.

Suppose you have a group of 8 people from the general US population..pdf

Suppose you have a group of 8 people from the general US population. Without regard to
order, you wish to select 4 of those people. In the general population, the probability that a
person is diabetic is 7.8% (or 0.078). What is the probability that exactly four of the eight
persons you selected are diabetic?
Solution
binompdf(8,.078,4) = .0019 answer: .0019.

Suppose you deposit $1,000 into an account which pays 4 annual inte.pdf

Suppose you deposit $1,000 into an account which pays 4% annual interest, compounded
quarterly.
Approximately how long will it take for the amount of money in the account to double?
Please show all steps involved!
Solution
so
2000 = 1000 * (1 + 4%/4)^4t
2 = 1.01^4t
t = 17.42 years.

Suppose you hear an Solution There are, of c.pdf

Suppose you hear an
Solution
There are, of course, many possibilities here. One is to look at juvenile delinquency
crime rates (JD). You could decide to look at the veracity of the statement by the “old-timer” in,
say, your home state of New York (have no idea where you live). A testable null hypothesis
would be that the JD crime rate last year in New York was equal to the year 1950. That should
be back in the days of the “old-timer”. Other periods could be selected such as a five year period
or a decade. So, the null hypothesis, Ho, would be Ho: JD (Year 2010) = JD (Year 1950). The
alternative, hypothesis, Ha, is Ha: JD (Year 2010) > JD (Year 1950). This is a one sided
hypothesis because the “old-timer” said the latest rate would be higher than the earlier rate –
that’s what he actually believes to be the true state of nature. To test this hypothesis you could
select a random sample of, say, 20 counties, cities or other governmental units which have crime
data for the periods under consideration and then get the JD rate for all units and time periods in
the sample. This is considered a paired experiment because a rate for one period is paired to the
rate for the same unit but at a different time. A paired t-test could then be used to test Ho. Or, a
similar non-parametric test if you judged that the data was not normally distributed..

Suppose you have a very large sample from a normal distribution with.pdf

Suppose you have a very large sample from a normal distribution with a mean of 4.51 and
standard deviation of 2.56. All scores in your sample have two decimal places.
What would you expect the median to be?
Solution
You would expect the median to be the same as the mean, or 4.51, since the normal
distribution is symmetric..

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- 1. System Dynamics 3rd Edition - CH4 - P17 I understand how to get the equations relating mx(double dot) to the sum of forces for each of the two masses, but I do not know what the final form of the equations of motion should be. Also, how does the problem change in part b when there is an angle? Do I need to take into account a normal force? Thanks Solution Applying Newton