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    Photosynthesis Lab Results

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    0.01g as seen above. The potato which was placed into the ethanol solution can also be classified as precise, as the average weight difference is identical to that of the weight difference caused the glucose solution. Low levels of precision can be accounted for by random errors. Random errors are errors caused my unpredictable factors such as wind change or a mistake in the method. In this experiment, there are many possible sources of random errors that may have influenced the results and these may have…

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    display the results when increasing electrolyte concentration. Evident in Graph 1, the results contained scatter, and consisted of an outlier in the sample in which the ratio of NaCl: deionised water was 10:30mL. The outlier and scatter may have been due to random errors, which caused the results to be unreliable. Due to this, the raw data does not support the hypothesis. Thus, a line of best fit was drawn in order to reduce the effect of random errors, and statistically remove the outliers, to…

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    is the manual dilution of the Aquasol concentrations. This is because, if a random error were to occur, and the diluted Aquasol concentration does not result in the desired concentration, the validity, reliability, and precision of the results is majorly decreased. Whereas if the Aquasol concentrations were already previously diluted in a lab by professionals, or were bought in the correct concentrations, the reliability, validity, and precision of the results would have been have been…

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    Measurement Error Essay

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    Sources of Measurement Error Measurement is the process by where we assign value to empirical events, objects or properties, or activities according to a set of rules or standards (Cooper & Schindler, 2014). The goal of measurement is to represent the events, objects, properties, or activities with complete precision and control. Because a researcher does not have complete control, errors do occur. Measurement error is the difference between the research value assigned and the true…

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    requires the economist to overcome three key issues: learning persistence, unobserved heterogeneity, and measurement error. Before examining these issues, however, an introduction of AKKZ’s model of educational achievement is in…

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    Final Reflection Report

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    at describing and expressing my own feeling and experience. This assignment was a detailed version of my photo essay. The TA feedback from the photo essay guided me to explore extra areas in my scout experience. Despite no peer reviews, TA’s opinion helped me a lot in writing this assignment. I reviewed the essay after the first submission, I have addressed my common errors and change some wordings. At the same time, I deleted some unrelated and redundant information to my experience in…

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    live, they constantly question if life would be different if that mistake never happened. Curiosity is especially evident in “Christmas with Grandfather” and “The Unknown Errors of Our Lives” by Chitra…

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    Accidents happen, yes. But it keeps re-occuring over the last decades or so. Also the cause of accidents are very similar to each other, mainly due to systematic failures, human errors and such. How come we still fail to learn from the causes to prevent it form happenening again? There are a lot of reasearch that shows how human errors and systematic failures cause accidents. Over the last 40 years or so, the shipping industry has focused on improving ship structures, reliability and safety of…

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    abide, but thats human nature. We all make mistakes and the only determination of whether or not any disciplinary action takes place is whether or not we get caught. That being said, its not about getting caught or being reprimanded. The only thing that matters is knowing before you make that mistake that what you are about to do is wrong and being able to stop. The saying, “nobody is perfect” really is true. I have been blessed with strong supporters and great guidance throughout my whole…

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    There are several errors in judgment that individuals make on a day to day basis. Everyone is guilty of making these errors regardless of their background, education, and life experiences. The common errors of judgment found in humans that I chose are Snap Judgment, Projection, and Sweeping Generalizations (Bethel University, 2013). Snap Judgment is a common error that I recognize or experience probably most often. An example would be the cop shootings on “innocent citizens”. The media and…

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