What is the date of that report? What is APPENDIX “C” of the published report used for? Deloitte & Touche LLP (34) published the latest inspection report on 5/4/2010. In this report, appendix C shows response of the firm to draft inspection report. Likewise, appendix C includes the Firm's comments, if any, on a draft of the report.
Support of the unit by a sector or other appropriate body This unit has been developed by the Council for Administration. Assessment This unit will be assessed by portfolio of evidence, as specified in the Council for Administration Assessment Strategy 2009. Level 2 NVQ Award/Certificate/Diploma in Business and Administration (4428-02/92) 85 Unit 218 Research information Outcome 1: Understand procedures for researching information Assessment Criteria The learner can: 1.1 1.2 1.3 Give reasons for agreeing objectives and deadlines for researching information Give reasons for identifying and agreeing sources of information Explain the purpose of recording and storing information researched Outcome 2: Be able to research information for others Assessment Criteria The learner can: 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 Agree aims, objectives and deadlines for the information search Identify sources of information Search for and obtain data Check that data is suitable for the purpose of the research Record the data and store it securely Make a record of information sources used Meet deadlines for completing research Evidence requirements Learning Outcomes 1. 2. Assessment Criteria 1.1 –
Student: Stephen Bright 17th May 2012 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling Level 4 Unit 1: VQ20W Whitehaven School Cumbria Adult Education Reflectively analyse and compare the three main theoretical approaches and how they affect the outcomes of the counselling process. What are Theories and Models? The colloquial use of the term theory is an attempt to explain or predict something in context, a guess or supposition. The actual meaning is something thought to be true. A hypothesis backed by evidence.
Quality Homework Problem One 13. C-Spec, Inc., is attempting to determine whether an existing machine is capable of milling an engine part that has a key specification of 4 +/- .003 inches. After a trial run on this machine, C-Spec has determined that the sample mean of 4.001 inches with a standard deviation of .002 inches. a, Calculate the Cpk for this machine. b, Should C-Spec use this machine to produce the part?
University of Phoenix Material Week Two Quiz Multiple Choice: Read each question and select the correct answer. 1. A company wants to use a psychological test to screen for emotional stability for a sensitive position. Which of the following tests is the best choice for the company to use? a. Cognitive Assessment System b. Weschler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS-IV) c. Woodcock-Johnson d. Sixteen Personality Factors (16PF) 2.
This essay will look at individual stages and will evaluate the theories contained within by contrasting them with the findings of other related studies. Piaget’s theory of cognitive development is divided into four stages. The first is the sensorimotor stage, which is in itself is divided into sub stages. These sub stages are: Reflexes (0-1 month) where the child can understand its
After completing this unit, you should be able to: Define basic data communications and computer network terminology Compare digital and analog data and signals Explain the concepts of convergence, signal strength, and attenuation Describe basic digital encoding techniques Course Outcomes practiced in this unit: IT331-1: Analyze the functions of key components in information technology infrastructure. Assignment Instructions: Complete the following questions in an MS Word Document in APA format. Double space your work and place in 12 point font using Times New Roman. You must include both a separate cover and reference page. Describe at least three different networks (computer or data communications) which you access or interact with on an average day.
Solve the given linear system using Cramer’s rule. 5x –9y= –13–2x+3y=5 Complete the following steps to solve the problem: a. Begin by finding the first determinant D: D= (5*3) - (-2*-9) = 15 - 18 = -3 b. Next, find Dx the determinant in the numerator for x: Dx= (-13*3) - (5*-9) = -39 + 45 = 6 c. Find Dy the determinant in the numerator for y: Dy = (5*5) - (-2*-13) = 25 - 26 = -1 d. Now you can find your answers: X = DxD = 6-3 = -2 Y = DyD = 1-3 = -13 So, x,y=( -2 , -13 ) Short Answer: 4. You have learned how to solve linear systems using the Gaussian elimination method and the Cramer’s rule method.
Assessor Name | IV Name | Caroline Piercy | Simon Blood | Date Issued | Hand in Date | Mon 15/9/14 | Sun 5/10/14 23:55 | Qualification | Assignment Number | BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in IT | 1 of 6 | Project Title | Unit(s) | Programming | 6 - Software Design and Development16 – Procedural Programming | Assignment Title | Which language? | In this assignment you will have opportunities to provide evidence against the following criteria. | Unit | Criteria Reference | Criteria | Task No | 6 | P1 | Describe the application and limits of procedural, object oriented and event driven programming paradigms | 1 | 6 | P2 | Describe the factors influencing the choice of programming language | 2 | Scenario | You are to lead a session on programming languages for a group of trainee programmers. The trainee programmers need some resources to give them information about different paradigms and the reasons for choosing different languages. You are to produce a report to be given out to these programmers.
The VARK Questionnaire “VARK which stands for Visual, Aural, Read/write, and Kinesthetic sensory modalities are used for learning information (Fleming & Mills, 1992)”. It entails a questionnaire designed by Neil Flemming in 1987 and consists of 16 questions. How the individual answers these questions will determine the kind of learning style that works best for them. The VARK system looks at four distinct learning modalities --- Visual, Aural, Read/Write and Kinesthetic --- in individuals, VARK stated: Visual Learners: Learners with a preference for this mode gather and process information by using diagrams, maps, and charts. Aural/Auditory Learners: Spoken/Heard instructions facilitate learning for his type of individual.