Individual Assignment - Accounting Equation Paper Dennis R Ware ACC/300 October 1, 2012 Kimberly McMillon Individual Assignment - Accounting Equation Paper From the largest corporation all the way down to the mom and pop store, every business transaction will have an effect on a company’s financial position. According to Investopedia.com, the financial position of a company is measured by the following three things: assets, liabilities, and owner’s equity. The assets are what the company
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8X3 d2Y/ dX2 = 0 + 3.8.X3-1 d2Y/ dX2 = 24X2 (C) Y = 3 /X2 Y = 3X-2 dY/dX = -2.3.X-2-1 dY/dX = -6X-3 dY/dX = -6/X3 d2Y/ dX2 = -3.-6X-3-1 d2Y/ dX2 = 18X-4 d2Y/ dX2 = 18/X4 (D) Y = 18T – 2T2 dY/dT = 1.18.T1-1 – 2.2.T2-1 dY/dT = 18 – 4T d2Y/ dT2 = 0 – 1.4.T1-1 d2Y/ dT2 = - 4 Exercise 2 - Find the partial Derivative of Y with respect to X Answer (A) Y = 10 + 3Z + 2X ∂Y/∂X = 0 + 0 + 1.2.X1-1 ∂Y/∂X = 2 (B) Y= 18Z + X2 + Z.X ∂Y/∂X = 0 + 2.1.X2-1 + Z ∂Y/∂X = 2X + Z Application
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God’s Equation Being one the most astounding formulas in mathematics, Euler’s identity is popularly called God’s equation. Some people also go as far as calling it the mathematical equivalent of Da Vinci's Mona Lisa or Michaelangelo's David. Named after Leonhard Euler, the formula establishes the deep relationship between trigonometric functions and complex exponential functions. According to the formula, for any real number x, In the above formula, e is the base of the natural logarithm
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Forecasting Independent and Demographic Variables The goal of this study is to conduct a pizza demand analysis to determine the viability of opening a Domino’s Pizza outlet in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the area of zip code 19107. The proposed demand function contains five independent variables as follows: Qd = f(Pz, Pb, Pc, I, N) where Qd is quantity demanded. This is the dependent variable we will have to estimate. Pz is the price of pizza. This is the most important variable in determining
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| |Objective 18: SWBAT solve word problems with two-step equations |Knowledge: | | | |Certain words in a word problem can clue us in to the mathematical symbols that| | |A cab ride costs $5 for the first mile and $4 for each additional mile.|relate the values that appear in the word problem. | |
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carefully. Show all the steps of your calculations to get full marks. 1. End-of-chapter “Problems” # 2 of Chapter 4 of the textbook – Salvatore (7e). 2. End-of-chapter “Problems” # 3 of Chapter 4 of the textbook – Salvatore (7e). 3. End-of-chapter “Problems” # 4 of Chapter 4 of the textbook – Salvatore (7e). 4. End-of-chapter “Problems” # 6 of Chapter 4 of the textbook – Salvatore (7e). 5. End-of-chapter “Problems” # 9 of Chapter 4 of the textbook – Salvatore (7e). 6. End-of-chapter “Problems” # 10 of
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Accounting Equation It is necessary to understand the accounting equation to know and understand the components of a balance sheet. The accounting equation is simply stated assets – liabilities = Shareholder equity and is necessary to balance the books of a company. The accounting equation is best understood in the balance sheet. The balance sheet essentially shows how much money the company has, how much it owes, and what is left for the stockholders. There are many ways that the accounting
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Problem Set 2 International Finance Shrikhande Fall 2006 SUGGESTED SOLUTIONS TO CHAPTER 4 PROBLEMS 1. From base price levels of 100 in 1987, West German and U.S. price levels in 1988 stood at 102 and 106, respectively. If the 1987 $/DM exchange rate was $0.54, what should the exchange rate be in 1988? In fact, the exchange rate in 1988 was DM 1 = $0.56. What might account for the discrepancy? (Price levels were measured using the consumer price index.) Answer. If e1981 is the dollar
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Accounting Equation Franklin Weatherspoon ACC/300 OCTOBER 26, 2013 Dr. M Moczynski, CPA, CGFM Accounting Equation In the business world an individual cannot understand a balance sheet, income statement nor transaction recordings within a general ledger, until he or she understands the basic accounting equation: Assets = Liabilities + Owners Equity (Barclay, 2013). Following is a discussion on the relationship of accounting equation and the components
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Diﬀerential Systems and Euler-Lagrange Partial Diﬀerential Equations Robert Bryant Phillip Griﬃths July 3, 2002 Daniel Grossman ii Contents Preface Introduction 1 Lagrangians and Poincar´-Cartan Forms e 1.1 Lagrangians and Contact Geometry . . . . . . . . . 1.2 The Euler-Lagrange System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2.1 Variation of a Legendre Submanifold . . . . . 1.2.2 Calculation of the Euler-Lagrange System . . 1.2.3 The Inverse Problem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3 Noether’s Theorem .
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The Value of Independent Directors: Evidence from Sudden Deaths* Bang Dang Nguyen Chinese University of Hong Kong nguyendang@cuhk.edu.hk Kasper Meisner Nielsen Chinese University of Hong Kong and CEBR nielsen@cuhk.edu.hk NOVEMBER 12, 2008 PRELIMINARY DRAFT – DO NOT QUOTE Abstract We investigate the contributions of independent directors to shareholder value by examining the stock price reaction to an exogenous event: sudden deaths of directors. Compiling an extensive database of sudden
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The accounting equation Kenneth Myers Sr. ACC/300 March 19,2014 Harri Elornta The accounting equation The Accounting Equation What is the accounting equation ? The accounting equation is, Assets = liabilities + owners’ equity. Each of these element assets, liabilities, owners equity has their own exclusive purpose within the accounting equation. Each side of the accounting equation should balance at all times. The balance sheet is where this equation is normally used. Assets Anything
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density of a network is defined as a ratio of the number of edges to the number of possible edges, given by the binomial coefficient , giving Another possible equation is , whereas the ties are unidirectional (Wasserman & Faust 1994)[2]. This gives a better overview over the network density, because unidirectional relationships can be measured. Size[edit] The size of a network can refer to the number of nodes or, less commonly, the number of edges which can range from (a tree) to (a complete
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Accounting Equation ACC 300 April 28, 2014 Accounting Equation The accounting equation is an important part of a financial statement. It gives, at all times, proper information because it gathers the appropriate numbers that explain a company’s assets. A balance sheet portrays the financial situation of a company at any given point. The accounting equation is known as: Assets equals Liabilities plus Owner’s Equity. Assets refer to the resources that the business owns, such as accounts receivable
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Accounting Equation Jarred Evans ACC/300 May 12, 14 Brandy Havens Abstract The purpose of this essay is to give a better understanding of the accounting equation, how the accounting equation relates to the components of the balance sheet, how the components of the accounting equation affect each other and how transactions affect the accounting equation. In business, the accounting equation is used to help us understand how assets, liabilities, and owner’s equity relate to each other along
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various refrigerant–absorbent pairs in a vapor-absorption refrigeration cycle by the use of equations of state A. Yokozeki * DuPont Fluoroproducts Laboratory, Chestnut Run Plaza 711, Wilmington, DE 19880, USA Accepted 27 April 2004 Available online 28 July 2004 Abstract The vapor-absorption refrigeration cycle is an old and well-established technique, particularly with ammonia/water and water/LiBr systems. New types of refrigerant–absorbent pairs are also being actively studied. Modeling the cycle
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Action Equation Michele Riazzi Grand Canyon University/LDR645 May 27, 2014 Action Equation Plan Do: What do you need employees to do? * Employees must enroll a minimum of 5 students * It is preferable for students to begin closer to the beginning of the month * Enrollment counselors should be listening by asking open ended questions * Direct students to take an action by beginning the application * Ask for referrals each month with new and existing students *
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Chapter 2: Equations and Inequalities MAT 1103: Fundamentals of Mathematics 2.1 Equations 1) Equation Statement indicating that 2 quantities are true. Example: Solution set: 3x − 2 = 10 values of variable that satisfy equations. 2) Restricted values a. Fraction: 1 , x≠a x−a b. Radical: c. Logarithmic: x−a, x≥a log( x − a) , x > a 3) Solve Linear equation in 1 variable ax + b = 0 Example 1: Solve a. (a and b are real numbers and a ≠ 0) 2x + 3 = 0 b. 3( x +
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Navier-Stokes Equations with SIMPLE, SIMPLER and Vorticity-Stream Function Approaches. Driven-Lid Cavity Problem: Solution and Visualization. Maciej Matyka Computational Physics Section of Theoretical Physics University of Wroclaw in Poland Department of Physics and Astronomy o Exchange Student at University of Link¨ping in Sweden maq@panoramix.ift.uni.wroc.pl http://panoramix.ift.uni.wroc.pl/∼maq May 8, 2003 Abstract In that report solution to incompressible Navier - Stokes equations in non -
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for removing this layer so that the underlying metal can be exposed to air. Question 2: Write the balanced equation for the following chemical reactions. (i) Hydrogen + Chlorine → Hydrogen chloride (ii) Barium chloride + Aluminium sulphate → Barium sulphate + Aluminium chloride (iii) Sodium + Water → Sodium hydroxide + Hydrogen Answer : (i) (ii) (iii) Question 3: Write a balanced chemical equation with state symbols for the following reactions. (i) Solutions of barium chloride and
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Phase 4 Individual Project Part 1 State whether the equation 3x^2 y = 6 is linear or nonlinear and explain your answer. My answer is that the equation is nonlinear because there are 2 different parallel lines that do not intersect with each other, the solution is x = 0 and y = 2/x^2. The Cartesian plane which is a two dimensional coordinate system. A horizontal number line forms the x-axis of the plane, and a vertical number line forms the y-axis. The axes intersect at their 0 points; this coordinate
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NBER WORKING PAPER SERIES THE GRAVITY EQUATION IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE: AN EXPLANATION Thomas Chaney Working Paper 19285 http://www.nber.org/papers/w19285 NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH 1050 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02138 August 2013 I want to thank Fernando Alvarez, Michal Fabinger, Xavier Gabaix, Sam Kortum, Bob Lucas, Jim Tybout, Jon Vogel and seminar participants in Berkeley, Bilkent, Bocconi, Boston University, Chicago, Erasmus, Hitotsubashi, LBS, Louvain-CORE, LSE, the
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A linear equation In this lesson you can learn how to solve a simplest equation with one unknown variable. I will start with the following example. Solve an equation 5x - 8 + 2x - 2 = 7x - 1 - 3x - 3 for the unknown variable x. The left side of the equation is an expression, which is to the left of the equal sign. The right side of the equation is an expression, which is to the right of the equal sign. In our case the left side of the equation is 5x - 8 + 2x - 2, while the right side
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One of the most important concepts that we learned in this course is formulating linear equations from everyday life problems that need solutions. With this concept under your belt you will always be able to find solutions in everday life. For example what if you have a new house interior to paint and you need to figure out how much paint you should purchase. Through this course we have attained the ability to determine the exact amount of paint needed to be purchased. What many fail
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Consistent System of Equations (determined): * For a given system, there exists one solution set for the different variables in the system or infinitely many sets of solution, so as long as we can find a solution for the system of equations, we refer to that system as being consistent. * For a two variable system of equations to be consistent the lines formed by the equations have to meet at some point or they have to be parallel. * For a three variable system of equations to be consistent
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introduces structural equation modeling (SEM). SEM is a flexible and extensive method for testing theory. Structural equation models are best developed on the basis of substantive theory. The hypothesized theoretical relationships imply particular patterns of covariance. Statistical estimates of these hypothesized covariances indicate within a margin of error how well the models fit with data. The development and testing of these models advances theory by including latent variables, by estimating measurement
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There are numerous aspects to the accounting equation and each has its own set of criteria. In order to maintain proper balance of the account equation, assets equaling liabilities plus shareholder’s equity there are several things to consider which include recordable transactions and financial statements. A transaction is any event that has an impact on the financial statements of the business. In order for a transaction to be recorded it must result in assets equaling liabilities plus shareholder’s
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ORDER DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS SUPPLIMENTARY PROBLEMS 1. Write the given equation in standard form 3.16. exy'-x=y' solution exy'-x=y' =exy'-y'=x ex-1y'=x y'=xex-1 ANS 3.25 dy+dx=0 Solution. dy+dx=0 dydx+1=0 y'=-1 2. The differential equations are given in both standard and differential form. Determine whether the equation in standard form are homogeneous and/or linear, if not linear, whether they are Bernoulli: determine whether the equations in differential
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of a committee hearing next Tuesday. Questions: 1.) Do you support the bill to set up the charter bank? Why? 2.) How do you think this bank will benefit the people in our district? 3.) People don’t seem to understand that if this bank does open, and they make deposits their money won’t be insured. How do you think our community will look at that? 4.) Given the history of the Government running banks like DBAS, do you think the government is able to run a local bank on island?
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3 Assignment Projects on working equation problems Get Tutorial by Clicking on the link below or Copy Paste Link in Your Browser http://hwguiders.com/downloads/mat-126-week-3-assignment-projects-working-equation-problems/ For More Courses and Exams use this form ( http://hwguiders.com/contact-us/ ) Feel Free to Search your Class through Our Product Categories or From Our Search Bar (http://hwguiders.com/ ) When we are working with equation problem it is very important that we refresh
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principles leading up to our use of logarithms. Unless otherwise stated, we will be working solely with logarithms that are in base 10 (Briggsian) . Some useful relationships to remember when working with logarithms are: 1. y = 10x then log10 ( y ) = x 2. log ( xy ) = log ( x ) + log ( y ) ⎛x⎞ 3. log ⎜ ⎟ = log ( x ) − log ( y ) ⎝ y⎠ ( ) 4. 10 log x n = n10 log( x ) Intensity Level In the last lesson, we defined the time average intensity in relation to the time average or rms pressure
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statements—the balance sheet, income statement, and statement of cash flows. We begin by describing why the fundamental accounting equation is the basis for a firm’s balance sheet. the accounting equation The accounting equation is a simple statement that forms the basis for the accounting process. This equation shows the relationship between a firm’s assets, liabilities, and owners’ equity. ● ● ● ● ● ● Assets are the resources a business owns—cash
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MATH 364A: Ordinary Diﬀerential Equations (Midterm 1) Name: Student ID: Signature: Question 1 (40 points) Solve the following initial value problems. (a) y + t3 y = t3 y(0) = 0. (b) y = − (1+x) y y(−1) = 1. Question 2 (40 points) Solve the second-order initial value problem 2y − 3y − 5y = 0 y(0) = 0 2 y (0) = 1. Question 3 (40 points) For each equation below, ﬁrst determine whether the equation is exact or not exact. If the equation is exact, ﬁnd the solution. (a)
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09. Net Ionic Equations tutorial.doc Introduction to Net Ionic Equations This tutorial will give you an algorithm for writing net ionic equations for aqueous reactions in general chemistry. Knowledge of the solubility rules is necessary to complete this tutorial. A list of solubility rules is provided at the end of the tutorial for review. Net ionic equations are necessary in chemistry for several reasons: 1. They show only those species undergoing chemical change – “spectator” ions are removed
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Accounting Equation Paper HH ACC/300 October 19, 2015 Douglas Hartman Accounting Equation Paper Whether the size of the organization is big or small, this organization must deal with financial statements; such as transactions coming in and transactions coming out that are going to impact the organization’s financial standing. In all the organizations, the accounting department plays a major role to ensure the organization’s succeed. The key role of the accounting department is to inspect
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Part 2 – EDCI 556 – Week 2 Darrell Dunnas Concordia University, Portland Linear Functions Unit Plan Part 2 Mr. Dunnas decides to change the graphing linear equations lesson into a problem-based lesson. This lesson is comprised of three components. Component number one is to write the equation in slope-intercept form (solve for y). Component number two is to find solutions (points) to graph via t-tables and slope-intercept form. Component number three
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Corporate Governance Quality and Firm Value in Brazil Dr. Alexandre Di Miceli da Silveira, University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil Dr. Lucas Ayres B. de C. Barros, Mackenzie Presbiterian University, Sao Paulo, Brazil Alexandre Di Miceli da Silveiraa School of Economics, Management and Accounting of University of São Paulo (FEA/USP) Lucas Ayres B. de C. Barrosb Mackenzie Presbiterian University July, 2006 a Professor of Finance and Accounting at School of Economics, Management
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Accounting Equation Essay ACC/300 Lucinda Degarmo November 30, 2015 Professor Brandy Havens The accounting equation is a simple formula used to measure a company’s financial position. There are three elements that make up an accounting equation; Assets, Liabilities, Equity. There are two types of accounting equations, one for a sole proprietorship and one for a corporation. The accounting equation used for the sole proprietorship is as follows: Assets = Liabilities + Owner’s Equity
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Unit 6: Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities SELECTED RESPONSE Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1. Identify the graph that represents the system of linear equations. [pic] |A. |[pic] |C. |[pic] | | | | | | |B. |[pic]
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Warm-Up Let’s ﬁnd 2 2xe x dx. What we CAN’T do: 2 2xe x dx = Also note 2x dx · ex 2 dx ( (f · g ) = 2 f · g) 2 e x dx is NOT equal to 1 e x + C . In fact, 2 d x2 2 [e ] = 2xe x . dx We’ve (inadvertently) discovered 2 2 2xe x dx = e x + C . Integration by Substitution(9.6 in MFE book, 5.5 in e-book) Example 1 Suppose we didn’t want to guess-and-check 2 2xe x dx. Let’s make the substitution u = x 2 . The diﬀerential is du
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Accounting Equation Carrie Caruthers ACC300 March 7, 2016 Chastity Gaither Accounting Equation The financial health of a business can be initially measured through the accounting equation. The equation is broken down into three parts; assets, liabilities and owner’s (stockholder’s) equity. Each play an important part in keeping the business financial position in check. Assets = Liability + Owner’s Equity Assets = Liability + Owner’s Equity Assets This is most easily defined as what a business
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expression. Let x represent the number. 1. Five more than a number X+5 3. Four less than a number X-4 5. Four times a number 4X 7. Ten more than twice a number 2X+10 9. The difference of six and half of a number 6 – ½X 11. Two less than the quotient of four and a number 4/X -2 13. The quotient of three and the difference of five and a number = 3/5-X In Exercises 15–26, evaluate each algebraic expression for the given value or values of the variable(s). 15. 7 + 5x, for
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Differential Equations by tarungehlots Concepts of Differential Equation Consider a variable that might denote the per capita capital stock level in an economy. When convenient, we can recognize that the level of capital depends upon time by addition the time argument. Doing so, we would write the per capita capital stock level as , rather than just writing . If we think of time as unfolding continuously, we can also think of capital as being a continuous function of time
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Alexander DGM &FM Version: College of Agricultural Banking, RBI, PUNE 1 Definition • The relationship between two accounting figures expressed mathematically is known as financial ratio Date: College of Agricultural Banking, RBI, PUNE 2 Introduction • What is the purpose of analysis of financial ratios – It is for a meaningful study of information in the financial statements – Ascertaining overall financial position of a business organisation – Interpretation of key information
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the accounting equation, using 100 to 150 words. There are many different rules, regulations and requirements in accounting. However it does not matter how complex an area of accounting may look because accounting is based on one elemental principal which is Assets = Liability + Owners (shareholder) Equity. The key to remember is in any transaction there is always at least two sides and each side of the equation always stays balanced with each other. An asset is something in value a company owns
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The Accounting Equation All aspects of accounting is based off of the fundamental principle of Assets = liabilities + owners’ equity. Each of these elements has their own unique function within the accounting equation. In the accounting equation, each side of the equation balances with the other at all times. This equation is commonly used on the balance sheet. Assets Assets are anything of value that a company owns, which includes cash as well. Several types of assets exist, such assets are
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A Mediated World: A Study on the Media Equation Theory John Nolan Pelosi University of Kentucky A Mediated World: A Study on the Media Equation Theory We’ve all done it. Whether it is aggressively screaming at the sports team you are watching on television, or frantically warning the victim of a horror movie not to open the door, everybody responds to mediated communication systems. However, the majority of mass media viewers are unaware of just how often they are actively responding
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Independent variables are variable that stand alone and are not changed by the other variables that are being measured. Independent variables are used to predict a response or result (Fink, 2002). Dependent variables could change depending on the results. The writer’s objective is to measure teachers’ perception of the principal’s role in technology implementation. This objective is a descriptive objective because the writer is measuring the teachers’ perceptions of the principal’s role in implementing
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Navier-Stokes Equations • A mathematical description of fluid motion under the following assumptions: – Constant density, ρ – Constant viscosity, µ – Continuity (incompressible flow) ∇ •u = 0 CHEM 520 Derivation of N-S • Derivation based on force balance about a fluid element: – Net force = sum of forces • Convective force (convective transport of momentum), ∇ • ρ uu • Viscous stress forces (viscous forces), ∇ •τ • Pressure forces, ∇p z • External forces, e.g. gravity, ρ g ∂ ρ u = −∇
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