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Need help completing "Random Variables" and "Inferential Statistics" UOP Online Practice.
Need help completing "Random Variables" and "Inferential statistics" sections for UOP Online Practice for RES 341.
|Jul. 27, 2012||$5.00||Closed, closed||Mathematics||Statistics||
Discrete probability distribution: Basic
Discrete probability distribution: Basic Fill in the P(X = x) values in the table below to give a legitimate probability distribution for the discrete random variable X, whose possible values are...
|Jul. 27, 2012||$6.00||Closed, closed||Computer Science||General CS||
Design a wide area network (WAN) between offices that includes appropriate math calculations to meet the bandwidth. Describe the general type of WAN connections and network hardware that will be used...
|Mar. 09, 2008||$3.00||Closed, closed||Computer Science||General CS||
Plotting the Path of a Packet Across the Internet
Write a description of the path a packet takes across the Internet from destination A to destination B. What types of network devices does the packet pass through?
|Mar. 07, 2008||$3.00||Closed, closed||Computer Science||General CS||
Java Program Structure Functions.
Now that you have seen and worked with some basic Java programming applications, find a Java application on the Web and describe how the program structure functions. Describe the application in as...
|Feb. 06, 2008||$5.00||Closed, closed||Computer Science||General CS||
Web Site Structure Paper
Write a 350-700 word paper comparing the three Web site structures described on pp.64-68 of your textbook. Explain which structure you prefer and why. Locate two Web sites that utilize this structure,...
|Jan. 27, 2008||$3.00||Closed, closed||Computer Science||General CS||
Decode the HTML listed in Appendix C to a Microsoft Word document.
|Jan. 11, 2008||$5.00||Closed, closed||Computer Science||General CS||
Benefits of Programming Knowledge
Respond to the following questions in 200 to 300 words: This week, you begin learning and practicing fundamental Java programming. You may, however, never work as a professional Java programmer. How...
|Dec. 06, 2007||$10.00||Closed, closed||Computer Science||Object-Oriented Programming||
Interfaces and Communication Messages
Consider the microwave oven in your kitchen, using the object-oriented thinking. Create a table with the following four column headings: Top-Level Objects, Communicates With, Incoming Messages, and...
|Nov. 14, 2007|