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  • Gambler's Fallacy Theory

    most likely to be Tails and would then bet for Tails. The gambler’s fallacy is the false belief in “negative autocorrelation of a non-autocorrelated random sequence of outcomes” (Sundali & Croson, 2006). In simpler words, it is the tendency to perceive an outcome as less likely to occur if it occurred more frequently than normal previously. The most famous case of gambler’s fallacy occurred on August 18th, 1913, when the ball fell in black 26 times in a row during a roulette game in Monte Carlo Casino. Under the gambler’s fallacy, gamblers lost millions of francs betting against…

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  • GATTACA: Movie Analysis

    The first negative aspect to the world of GATTACA would be that those chosen to be one’s partner seemed to be solely based on the other person’s genetic sequence and their “ranking.” When Irene goes to sequence Jerome’s (Vincent’s) hair and gets the sequence back, the person working at the sequencing booth tells her that Jerome’s “rating” is a 9.3 and that he is “quite the catch.” By saying this, combined with the public sequencing booths, the world of GATTACA is one that is based on genes and…

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  • Nt1330 Unit 1 Assignment

    All of the learning patterns are required in my role at some point every day I work. At times I need to blend several of the patterns to accomplish 1 goal. Fielding questions and teaching new skills require me to intensify my Precision and use it with my natural, practical, teach style pattern that is Technical Reasoning. Solving problems is definitely something I intensify my Sequence with if it’s a customer issue. I also need to map out and list what has happened to gather enough detail…

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  • Second Language Sequence

    Learning a second language is a complex process that exceeds the acquisition of its structure and vocabulary. One of the major components of mastering a new language requires learners to become familiar and sensitive to the preference in language use by native speakers of certain sequences of words over others (Wray, 2000). It is the mastery of these word sequences that distinguishes novice from proficient L2 learners. Yet, there is still little agreement across studies on the number of words…

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  • Saul Bass: Graphic Designer

    The arm was distorted and had a series of rectangular shapes to form the arm, which bass considered to represent drug addiction. Preminger however disagreed with Bass over which animated sequence with the arm looked the best. Bass argued that “the sequence fell flat without animation” but Preminger disagreed. The official compromise was “staccato-like movements as the arm segments maneuvered through the visual progression”. After this compromise, the sequence went down as a classic in American…

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  • Personal Learning Habits

    I try to use all of them to the fullest extent. My sequence learning pattern is at an use first level with a score of 30. I was not surprised by this score because keeping things organized is mandatory in order for me to function. I always have to have clear, detailed instructions before I can begin anything. I like knowing exactly what is expected of me with no surprises. It is very beneficial for me as a learner to have examples to refer to when I need assistance. My precision learning pattern…

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  • What Would You Do If You Win The Lottery

    The lottery is played all around the world. More than two-thirds of the citizens of the state. Anny three digit number can be placed from 000 to 999. After than the randomly draw a number. A number is drawn at random and announced by the state. The winner gets a prize. The probability that the correct 3 digits in the right order is selected is at an odds of 1 in 1,000. So if If a ticket costs two dollars and the winner must pick a sequence of five digits then if There are 10^5=100,000 different…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Learning Project

    Everyone has their unique ways of learning something from start to finish. Often times we take for-granted our abilities to successfully teach a task or technique to ourselves not to mention others. Once we find that drive or that spark we can put forth the effort to teach us something that we have never learned before. Its all about the ideas behind what actually goes into learning something new. In an effort to gain a better understanding of how we learn I have thought of a learning goal,…

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  • Analysis Of HCV DNA

    Approach: The specific aim of this Phase I project is to establish the technical merit and feasibility of detection of HCV RNA using an innovative assay called TARA. The overall work principles and design of the assays are shown in Figure 1. We will use peptide nucleic acid (PNA)-based probes to investigate in detail the signaling power and the selectivity of a transfer reaction (Figure 2). PNA is a chemically and biologically stable DNA analogue that combines an increased affinity towards DNA…

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  • Viterbi Algorithm In Wireless Communication

    As we model this Markov process, we observe the state-dependent output, yet initially we are not able to note any of the states. Each state has a unique probability distribution over each possible output. Thus, information about the sequence of states through which the model makes its way can be obtained from the sequence of outputs generated, while the rest of the model remains hidden. The algorithm tracks a stochastic process through its states by using a recursive method that is optimal in…

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