statistical error sample not representative too small and not random

Please answer the following:

Statistical Error: Sample not representative (too small)

Definition: The sample drawn to represent the population is too small in comparison to the population. This is a problem because it can give an inaccurate estimate of the distribution (i.e. how the numbers vary within the population)

What is HR Decision to be made?

Errors typically occur because the data used to make the decision is flawed in some way. What flawed data could lead to the error for this decision?

Think about what data could be used instead (to avoid the error)?

What parameter or statistic will you use to represent the dataset?

How would this help avoid the error?

Description:

Example:

Statistical Error: Sample not representative (not random)

Definition: This occurs when all individuals, or instances, were not equally likely to have been selected. This results in a biased sample.

What is HR Decision to be made?

Errors typically occur because the data used to make the decision is flawed in some way. What flawed data could lead to the Algorithm Aversion error for this decision?

Think about what data could be used instead (to avoid the error)?

What parameter or statistic will you use to represent the dataset?

How would this help avoid the error?

Criteria:

A decision is named.An actual decision must be named in the example.

-The decision is relevant to HR. The decision should be relevant to one of the functions of HR (recruiting, selection, performance management, learning & development, compensation, safety, laws & regulations, etc.) or the overall HR strategy.

The flawed data would lead to the error. The ‘flawed’ data describe should reasonably lead to the error covered this week.

The alternate data would minimize the error.The alternate data (data to be used instead) is distinct from the flawed data and directly addresses the error.

The parameter or statistic is appropriate to the data.A parameter or statistic is what will be used to represent the full dataset and is based on the distribution of the data. Examples include weighted scores, means, or modes. The parameter chosen should reasonably represent the data.

Explanation of avoiding error. The explanation of how using different data could help avoid the error should be clear and accurate.

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cost structures a prepare an overview diagram of the job costing system at the srs educational press acc 207 01 b in a spreadsheet prepare journal entries to summarize the 2017 transactions for your final entry dispose of the year end under or o

Cost Structures A. Prepare an overview diagram of the job-costing system at the SRS Educational Press. [ACC-207-01] B. In a spreadsheet, prepare journal entries to summarize the 2017 transactions. For your final entry, dispose of the year-end under- or overallocated manufacturing overhead as a write-off to the Cost of Goods Sold account. Number your entries. Explanations for each entry may be omitted. [ACC-207-01] C. In a spreadsheet, show posted T-accounts for all inventories and the cost of goods sold, the manufacturing overhead control, and the manufacturing overhead allocated. [ACC-207-01] D. How was the SRS Educational Press performance in 2017? Should the company continue to have in-house press production? Did SRS accurately budget for manufacturing overhead costs? Support your answers with relevant data. Also, briefly explain how the firm can dispose of under- or overallocated overhead costs. [ACC-207-03] E. Name at least two other products that you are familiar with that would benefit from job order costing, and briefly explain how they would benefit. [ACC207-01]

definition types and examples about quot motivation in education quot and quot values quot

I want multiple definition about Motivation in education and Values

And each of them I want Examples, studies, research And why it is importance

could you use

Motivation in education : theory, research, and applications / Dale H. Schunk, Paul R. Pintrich, Judith L. Meece

Schunk, Dale H.

as a resource

and write a reference

week 5 assignment explore using goals and objectives for design and the organization of learning

In the first four weeks of this class, you have reviewed the basics of ID principles, ID models, and articles and cases that have to do with analysis. Beginning this week, you’ll start designing.

For this assignment, you will give an overview of your needs assessment (the need for instruction), a basic learner analysis (who your learners are), and what task you want them to do when they complete instruction. You will write one learning goal and three learning objectives, which you will use for your Signature Assignment.

The ability to write goals and objectives is not only an important part of the ID field, but this skill set is also important for all who deal with instruction. Unfortunately, goals and objectives that are not measurable are used as definitive measures. Think about the map for your road trip again. If you don’t know where you are going, how will you know when you get there?

In this assignment, you will write one instructional goal based on FAST (function analysis system technique) and three instructional objectives using ABCD (audience, behavior, condition, degree) that you will incorporate into your Signature Assignment. Use the Task Analysis and topic developed in Week 4. Please make sure that you keep the requirement of measurability in mind as you write your goal and your objectives. You would not want to write:

Students will understand a concept.

What does that look like? Continue to ask yourself that question to ensure measurability.

A better example might be:

Students in Foundations of Instructional Design will be able to write an objective using ABCD that is accurate and measurable.

In addition to the goal and objectives, please include a short paragraph, explaining the need for instruction and a bit about who your learners are in one or two paragraphs.

Length: 2 pages

Your paper should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course and provide new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards. Be sure to adhere to Northcentral University’s Academic Integrity Policy. Review NCU’s Academic Integrity Tutorial to refresh your knowledge of how to achieve academic integrity.

eco critical thinking 1 2 pages

Consider the effect of trade liberalization on agricultural markets. Using your weekly readings and additional research, compare the challenges experienced by Saudi Arabia. What financial support does the KSA government provide for its agricultural sectors? How could KSA improve its agricultural sectors policies? What types of results would you expect for these improvements? Any foreseen consequences?

Requirement:

  • Embed course material concepts, principles, and theories, which require supporting citations along with at least one scholarly peer reviewed reference in supporting your answer unless the discussion calls for more. Keep in mind that these scholarly references .
  • APA style.

write speech and outline on the topics of cyber security on facebook

Topic : Cyber Security on Facebook.

Your detailed (typewritten) preparation outline should include the following sections: general purpose (to inform), specific purpose statement, thesis statement (main idea), organization pattern, introduction (which includes the same five elements as listed above), body, conclusion and References page. Make sure the main points on your preparation outline are written in complete sentences and that your citations are included in sentence form. You must also include, on a separate sheet of paper, the list of references you used for the speech (i.e., your References). This should be in APA format and must be typewritten. If it is not typewritten, it will not be accepted. Please refer to the sample outline attached to the outline assignment in Blackboard

an examination of what caused the death of rock and roll and how big business played a part in appropriating the rock and roll youth movement for commercial reasons

An examination of what caused the “death” of Rock and Roll and how big business played a part in appropriating the rock and roll youth movement for commercial reasons.

Instructions:

As we have studied the early development of rock and roll and the labels and artists that brought the genre to great attention in the 1950s, we see that rock and roll suffered a huge decline after the death of Buddy Holly in 1959. Other events coincided with this: Little Richard converted to Christianity, Elvis joined the Army and Jerry Lee Lewis and Chuck Berry each had their fall from grace. Other popular styles began developing in the 1960’s to take rock and roll’s place: R&B was pushing toward soul, Motown was rising in Detroit, Phil Spector was making his pop records on the west coast, surf music was rising out of California and teen idols were created in the Brill Building of New York.

From your own perspective, answer these questions:

  • Why did the decline of rock and roll take place when the genre was so young and vibrant?
  • What was the appeal of each of the new styles of music mentioned above?
  • How did commercial interests have influence over these developments?
  • And finally: Has a similar commercial appropriation of a youth movement happened more recently, in your own experience?

When answering these questions, keep in mind the social climate of the 1950s, racial relations in the U.S., the civil rights movement and the role of commercial interests and the record industry in the development of the new popular music.

There are no right or wrong answers, your teammates and I are interested in your honest opinion. I am more concerned about content rather than length, but all of this should take up roughly one typed, double-spaced page, using a 12 pt font . Use your team’s discussion forum called “The Day the Music Died” to share your paper with your team members.

After all the students in your team (approximately 12 students) have posted their statements, read them. Then add at least one comment (can be as short as a sentence) about each team member’s statement in the discussion forum, “The Day the Music Died.”

I will read all of your statements and then craft my own statement with my reaction to what the students in the class have written and I will share this with all of you.

Evaluation

If you complete this assignment, you will receive 20 points: 10 points for your statement and 10 points for the comments you add to statements from the other students in your discussion group. I am interested in your honest opinion, so there are no “right or wrong” answers. I may take off points if your statement is too short (missing something), if your assignment is incomplete (ie. you fail to add at least one comment to each statement submitted by all the other members of your discussion group) or if there are grammatical and spelling problems. Do not submit a list. Your statement should be written in prose (sentences and paragraphs, etc.). See the course schedule for due dates for original posts and response posts and below for instructions about using the discussion board.

3 pages rough draft

Readings: Wesley Yang, “Paper Tigers” (435)

Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt, “The Coddling of the American Mind” (262)

Examine the ways Yang and Haidt describe higher education and synthesize the works of both authors to posit what the goals of higher education in America are and what the goal of higher education should be. What do the authors see as standing in the way of those goals? Give specific examples to support your writing.

Things to get you thinking:

  • Yang talks about higher education mostly in terms of the end goal — to have a good college name on a resume. Look back at the essay for all the places higher education in mentioned and think about what end goals have to do with the Chinese-American view of self esteem.
  • Lukianoff and Haidt discuss higher education in terms of what happens in the classroom. What evolution are they describing? Why are they so wary of the changes? What future do they envision?
  • Both authors speak about the ways college shapes identity. Think back to your first essay on how culture shapes identity. Does college culture do the same?
  • Rough Draft: three full pages

Please upload rough drafts to Canvas by class time. Bring two hard copies to class for peer review. Rough drafts will be checked for completeness.

Late rough drafts will result in a half-letter grade deduction from the final draft of Paper 2.

  • Final Draft: four full pages

Please upload (as an attachment) to Assignments on our Canvas site by class time.

Late final drafts will result in a full letter grade deduction from the grade of Paper 2.

  • Requirements:

*must have title/heading/page number *double spaced *1-inch margins *12-point font *MLA format

2 questions this is easier then other assignment i just sent with 4 questions b4 sunday

———QUESTION’s (only 2) ————

● Methods and procedures to increase adoption of new technologies

● Evaluation of the implementation of selected tools and technologies.