# Methods Essay Examples

## Mathematical Finance

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methods in finance. Amsterdam:...

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methods were the best choice for the study since the research involves giving the theoretical views as well as the scientific views concerning the viewing of the television by the children. The qualitative study was also in order since it was a reinforcement of the issues that have already been researched by the scientists. In addition, there were limited calculations that were involved in the research hence the qualitative study was more appropriate. Two Some of the qualitative methods that were used in the research included the use observation and also the participation of the scientists and parents who were involved in carrying out the research (Jordan et al. np). There were also discussions...

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## Type I Error And Type II Error

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methods: Practical application and interpretation. Taylor & Francis. Sullivan, G. M., & Feinn, R. (2012). Using effect size—or why the P value is not enough. Journal of graduate medical education, 4(3), 279-282....

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## forecasting assignment

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methods using mean absolute deviation. Which forecasting method would you recommend? 3-week moving average Week Actual Rentals Predicted Value Difference 1 1202     2 1503     3 1444     4 1254 1383 129 5 1609 1400 209 6 1499 1435 64 7 1689 1454 235 8 1555 1599 44     Sum of Difference 681     Average Difference 136.2 4-week moving average Week Actual Rentals Predicted Value Difference 1 1202     2 1503     3 1444     4 1254     5 1609 1350.75 258 6 1499 1452.5 47 7 1689 1451.5 238 8 1555 1512.75 42     Sum of Difference 585     Average Difference 146 Since the 3 week moving average has a smaller MAD, then it is better for forecasting this...

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## Lab 28 Loop and Node Analysis

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methods of calculations to be used. The calculations methods here were Ohm’s law of current analysis and the Kirchhoff’s voltage analyses technique. There is no circuit that does not apply the methods of Ohm’s current law and Kirchhoff’s voltage law. From this principle, we realized that we could work with complex circuits as well. Hence, we are able to do works of designing very well. We also came up with equations which we solved using the basic mathematical formulas such as Cramer rule. When confirming the calculated values with those measured using the necessary measuring equipment of measuring some differences was found in the values. These differences can be attributed to the issue of...

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