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    The DBA’s responsibilities include physical design, installs, security, backups, and requirements of the database. 7. The trade-offs for concurrency controls are: a. If it’s too strict it can lead to locking the entire database. b. Other measures have low level of concurrency control. 8. Atomic transaction ensures that all the actions on the database are done or none of them are done at all. If none of them are done then the database remains unchanged. It’s important because if ensures that important actions are taken that would otherwise undermine a specific action. For example, overcharging a customer, when they deleted their purchase. 9. A concurrent transaction is when two transactions are being processed against a database at the same time. A simultaneous transaction seems like it is happening at once, but in reality the different transaction is performed on a different line item, and then immediately switched back to the first request. Only one CPU is required for a simultaneous transaction. 11. 12. Lock granularity is the size of the lock. 13. An exclusive lock, locks the item from any other access. No other transaction can read or change the data. A shared lock locks the item from change but not from…

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    just fueled the mans hate-fire. After each murder happens the man in each poem gains control. They also see their own actions are just and moral, like it was something that society just accepted. One line that describes their nonchalant behavior after each murder is “And yet God has not said a word.” This line is evidence that the lower treatment of women was blindly accepted by everyone around that time. So the men have all the power and God also approves of the odd behavior between men and…

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    The four types of quantitative research are: descriptive, correlational, quasi-experimental and experimental. The key to understanding each is the level or degree of control involved in the study and its component. Groves, Gray & Burns (2015) define control as the imposing of rules to decrease the possibility of error, increasing the probability a study’s findings, which reveal an accurate reflection of reality. Groves, Gray and Burns (2015) went on to discuss the rules known as design, to…

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    and clutching a horse whip, the two of them framed by the back-flung front door” (Faulkner 624). Through the use of Faulkner’s imagery we can see the relationship between Emily and her father captured in this description. This is the image that comes to the minds of the townspeople when they think of “Poor Emily” and her father, almost as if he is guarding her, perhaps afraid that she will be tainted by anyone else’s influence but his own. The way in which his back is turned on her suggests that…

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