We can conclude that the data are Poisson distributed. Chi-Square test of independence Problem 12.12 Use the following contingency table to determine whether variable 1 is independent of variable 2. Let α = .01 | Variable 2 | Variable1 | 24 | 13 | 47 | 58 | | 93 | 59 | 187 | 244 | Step 1 Ho: the two classifications are independent Ha: the two classifications are dependent Step 2 d.f = (r – 1) (c – 1) Step 3 α = 0.01 x 2 0.01, 3df = 11.3449 Step 4 Reject Ho if x 2 > 11.3449 | Variable 2 | Total | Variable1 | 24 (22.92) | 13 (14.10) | 47 (45.83) | 58 (59.15) | 142 | | 93 (94.08) | 59 (57.90) | 187 (188.17) | 244 (242.85) | 583
Unless the customer, whom Joe criticized, by using a company computer, came back and filed a complaint against John or the company, I strongly believe that Joe can be dealt with internally before our company takes any further action. Through the contract, the company has the right to monitor its employees’ usage of company computers and systems. Therefore, Joe can technically be disciplined for threatens to sue the company for invasion of privacy. I would review our company policies once again to explain the rights, privileges, and commitment of individuals involved as a means of governing working relationship. If Joe fails to improve, the best decision would be the termination of his employment under a mutual understanding to avoid going to
Use division to prove that x = 3 is a real zero of y = −x 3 + 9x 2 − 38x + 60. 2 ID: A quiz 6.1-6.3 Answer Section MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. D 2. D SHORT ANSWER quintic trinomial 2x 2 − 3x 3 + 1 20x5 – 8x4; quintic binomial f(x) = 0.08x4 – 1.73x3 + 12.67x2 – 34.68x + 35.58 T(x) = 0.4x 3 + 0.8x 2 + 0.1x; 630.3 thousand trees 4x(x – 4)(x + 6) relative minimum: (0.36, –62.24), relative maximum: (–3.69, 37.79), zeros: x = –5, –2, 2 10. 0, 3, 2 3.
Addressing International Legal and Ethical Issues Simulation Summary Your Name LAW 421 September 11, 2012 Your Instructor What are the issues involved in resolving legal disputes in international transactions? Any time there are contracts with other countries, there has to be some kind of clause for resolving legal disputes. Additionally the clause must include some type of enforcement to ensure resolution (Melvin, 2011) What are some practical considerations of taking legal action against a foreign business partner in another country? Since United States law is only enforceable in United States courts, the laws of the foreign country must be taken into consideration. Because the law of the foreign country is the only law that can be enforceable contracts are only as good as the backing of the country's backing and are only binding in that instance.
Determine the correct ICMP type based on the description provided: ICMP Message Description | Type | Code | Echo | 8 | | Echo Reply | 0 | | Time Exceeded | 11 | | Port Unreachable | 3 | 3 | Fragmentation Needed | 3 | 4 | 4. What are the valid ranges of protocol numbers? * 0-252 5. What protocol numbers is/are specified for experimentation and testing? * 253, and 254 6.
Licensers sometimes feel the licensing company doesn't understand or that it disregards or misrepresents the product. Internal conditions in the second-party company can adversely affect the marketing campaign. Any company that contracts with a company overseas needs to be aware of local customs and laws. The last thing a business needs to happen is legal charges being brought against them. If a situation should occur then the company could be covered by t the Conflict of laws which has three branches , Jurisdiction whether the forum court has the power to resolve the dispute at hand, Choice of law the law which is being applied to resolve the dispute, and Foreign judgments the ability to recognize and enforce a judgment from an external forum within the jurisdiction of the adjudicating forum.
Team members received emails from Hugh McBride requesting to list his board of directors’ choice. The team members encouraged to develop “flowery” presentations for approval from Beltway Investments. Because the board of directors operates independently, the CEO has recommended items that would be considered as a conflict of interest and unethical. Team members Betty B. and Betty W. have been awarded the opportunity to be a whistle blower and not become part of the negative behavior. Each of the two should address the wrongs that have been asked of them.
BCOM/230 Abstract This exercise explains what we would write differently to our top administrators. It also indicates the way the memo should change based on its audiences. What types of information should be included in this memo what types of information should be omitted. This exercise will point out the potential repercussions of failing to know the audiences. Review Memo to the Executive Vice-President This message should be short but complete coverage of the subject matter.
To: CEO From: HR Re: Memorandum Regarding Constructive Discharge Question presented: How the company should respond to claim regarding constructive discharge in new policy. 1. Whether the doctrine of constructive discharge is relevant Constructive discharge is “a termination of employment by making working conditions so intolerable that an employee feels compelled to leave.” Garner, Bryan A. Blacks Law Dictionary (West Group 2009). Although courts may differ throughout the states, there are generally two main elements to any constructive discharge case: 1) an employer makes a change in working conditions and 2) the change is so intolerable that any reasonable employee would leave.
If the plaintiff states that they did not reach out for accommodations, then we should take a look at his work schedule and see if can accommodate. This must include scheduling/leave requests, dress and grooming issues, substantive job duties which create a conflict, or co-worker evangelizing. In Heller v. EBB Auto Co., the courts stated that once an employee has made out a prima facie case, the burden shifts to the employer to demonstrate that an accommodation would result in undue hardship if employment can not go on with that particular employee. The employer can show undue hardship by proving that the accommodation would have a major impact on co-workers or the cost would more than minor (Mautner,