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    Essay On Uranus

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    They were made famous by a French astronomer named Charles Messier, who was a comet hunter. He would often times get frustrated because he would find an object that resembled a comet, but did not move, so they were not in fact comets. He was so intrigued as well as frustrated with these objects that he compiled a list which currently includes 110 astronomical objects which came to be known as the Messier Catalogue. These 110 Messier objects are not even close to the total amount of deep sky objects in existence, but they make up some of the brightest examples of each type of deep sky object (open star clusters, globular star clusters, spiral galaxies, elliptical galaxies, supernova remnants, emission nebulae, and planetary nebulae), making them some of the most famous. The Messier objects are labeled from M1-M110, where the “M” obviously stands for Messier. The following are some astronomical objects that represent each type of deep sky…

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    Andromeda Galaxy

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    In their recent studies, scientists have discovered through their data on clusters varying in size, age, and distance in the M31 galaxy that the IMF is actually fairly consistent. Even though the stars that were examined differed from less than a tenth the size of the sun to a hundred times as large, from four million years old to over twenty million years old, and from one side of the galaxy to the opposite side, the clusters all seemed have a uniform distribution of stars based on color and…

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    Cepheid Variable Stars

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    Cepheid Variable Stars are large and luminous yellow stars in space known to sporadically change size and temperature resulting in pulsing variations in brightness and thus, inconsistent levels of luminosity. There are two types of Cepheid Variable Stars; Type 1 Cepheids (or classical) which are high mass stars with smaller pulsating periods and Type 2 Cepheids which are lower mass stars with greater pulsation periods. All Cepheid Variable Stars, named after the first observed star of this type,…

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    commercials where there are kids trying to steal a leprechaun’s cereal, and he uses the powers of the marshmallows to escape. On the other hand, cereals that are marketed for adults like Cheerios, have commercials with actors in them with less animations and advertises how it is “good for your heart.” A Sample in terms of cereal is a small part or quantity intended to show what the whole is like. When choosing a sampling method one must be sure he or she is being unbiased to the entirety of the…

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    strengths, including: not being personable or showing any perspective from MCs, not having a fifth cluster for styles that don’t fit into one of the four, “These decisions are necessarily based on judgment, and there are some variables that one might argue should fall into another category” (Bernhard and Sulkin, 11), stating that legislative styles are predictable and relatively stable across time, and lastly, it seemed to be very poorly worded and somewhat opinionated instead of factual in…

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    there is several conditions that must be met for stratified sampling to be met properly. Researchers need to identify every member of a population being studied and make sure each one is classified. Therefore, it is time consuming.(Investopedia, 2015) Cluster Sampling, is used when researchers are looking at particular things such as poverty, social class and deprivation. Cluster Sampling is randomly selected from a map and not individuals. Researchers would randomly select the areas on the map…

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    Accuracy Analysis Sample

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    interval and pick accordingly test targets. Using the same example as, if the interval is 1 and we need to pick up 20 staffs of 40 popluation. We just need to pick the staff whose number is 1, 3, 5...39 as the test sample. Stratified Sampling: This sampling technique aims at grouping similar sample units into one strata. This technique is useful when the population is large and the variation between strata but an only small variation within each stratum. However, because we just have conditions…

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    the related key terms. The sampling frame is the “list of elements from which the sample is actually drawn” (Cooper & Schindler, 2014). In this scenario, the sample elements (population) is new hires. The sampling method that will be used is probability sampling. According to Cooper & Schindler (2014, p.663) probability sampling is defined as: a controlled, randomized procedure that ensures that each population element is given a known non-zero chance of selection; used to draw…

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    Exercise 1: Sampling This group of vehicles I chose to sample was selected on September 21st, 2016. The parking lot these cars were chosen is located in Mansfield, Ohio, on Main Street, across from the Carousel, at 4:30pm. Vehicle Type Maker Age Color State Parking Spot # Sedan Honda 4-7 Green Ohio 32 Sedan Hyundai 0-3 Blue Ohio 56 Pick-up Chevy 0-3 Red Ohio 14 Coup Mini-Cooper 4-7 Green Ohio 9 SUV Ford 8+ Brown New York 61 SUV Toyota 0-3 Black Ohio 28 Sedan Dodge 4-7 Red Ohio 41 Sedan Ford…

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    Stratified random sampling wasn’t used as this would have been focused on the target market and no other groups of people which would have made the information biased. Multi stage sampling wasn’t used as it would have taken a lot of time trying to find the sampling and we would have had to get in contact with them. Also we would have then needed to wait for them to send the questionnaire back. Cluster random sampling wasn’t used as I would have been asking people within the business which would…

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