The formula is the utilization rate found is 93%, which represents the percentage of time that the toaster is in use. This was calculated by taking the inter arrival time average . Then, the average of the service time of the toaster was calculated, and lambda was calculated by the following equation,. Finally the value was the used to find utilization factor . The siumlation was ran 1000 times and in the long run the utilization rate will be very close to 70% (69.44%) as 70% of the customers prefer to toast.
In this example, two dies are open to differ whereas the third die is not. For that reason, degree of freedom is equal to 2. For data with one category: Degree of freedom = number of observations -1 For data with more than one category represented in a table: Degrees of freedom = (number of rows in the table) – 1 X (number of columns in the table) -1 The chi-square test is used to determine whether two variables are independent or not. If two variables are dependent on each other, their values have a tendency to progress together, either in the opposite direction or in the same. Example Consider a data set of 100 individuals divided into categories of Male, Female and university admission (Yes/No).
This table presents the information in colony factoring units per gram, or CFU/G. To obtain this number, a series of calculations were conducted. Beginning with the total number of colonies in each dilution, this number was divided by 0.1. Then the number found from the division explained previously was then multiplied by 10 to the power of n, where n was the number in the dilution set. For example: dilution 4 would solved using the answer to the division problem and multiplying by 10 to the 4th power.
We weighed the pile of paper leaves and multiplied it by the average weight of four/five sheets of 10 by 10 centimeters squared paper, which is .8192 grams. By doing this, we were able to get the total leaf area in centimeters squared. Our final step was to find the transpiration rate; this was done by multiplying the milliliters of water transpired in each treatment by 1000 to change the unit from milliliters to microliters, dividing this by the total leaf area in centimeters squared, and then dividing that by the minutes (which was 60 in our
= 60 possibilities. The different starting positions of the rotors as they were changed every day giving 263 = 17576 possibilities of different codes. The 1-26 numbers on the three rotors represent the alphabets from a-z. After the letter is plain text in pressed on the enigma it goes through plug board to the 3 rotors and gets ciphered. Then the cipher text goes back to the plug board usually the plug board would have been connected to the 10 wires which connected 20 alphabets together.
Click the Pyramid of Energy button and record numbers on the data table. Next, click on the Pyramid of numbers button and record these numbers on the data table. Calculate the conversion efficiency for each trophic level for the ecosystem and record in the data table. Click the reset button and repeat for two different ecosystems. Results and Discussion: As seen in the data table below, the energy flows to each level of heterotrophs at an efficiency rate of approximately 10%.
Simultaneously, fifty people will be surveyed and asked to “rate the face shown from one to ten” after this process occurs the scores will be averaged and recorded. Moreover, using the correlation test the two sets of data will be compared and analysed to see if a relationship is detected between the two sets of data. After this the Chi Square Test will be used to determine if a correlation exists and to validate the previous
Methodological Characteristics The 10 studies that build this integrative literature review were quantitative research-based studies. one study was case study, , 7 studies were randomized clinical trial studies, one study was descriptive cross-sectional studies, one study was a prospective descriptive cohort study . Although only 10 studies were included in this research review, In the 10 studies a wide variety of designs, tools, and sample size were used. Sample
To convert the differences from the theoretical value, which is the approximated value of the golden ratio, one can take the theoretical value minus the experimental value and then divide that by the theoretical value. Using the number given, finally multiply by 100% to produce a percent. If the result is a negative for the percent, then the absolute value of the number has to be taken as shown below. PEPA= (1.61803 - (19,89 meters 12.28 meters)1.61803) x 100% = 0.0025% PAAE= (1.61803- (12.28 meters7.59 meters)1.61803) x 100% = 0.0068% These percentages indicate that the architects who had built the Parthenon had used the concept of the golden ratio is there structure. It also demonstrates that from the actual theoretical value of the golden ratio, there is only a slight difference between the theoretical and experimental value which was the reason for the very small percentage.
The visual stimulus was a counter which turned on at random intervals between 2 and 10 seconds. The subject was required to respond by pressing a button when the counter turned on. In response to the subject’s button press, the counter display stopped. The main performance parameters that are used are the reaction time and number of lapses (= Response Time ≥500 msec). The test duration is 10