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studying vocational trainings: Most students who finish high school and decide to continue studying, consider sixth form or vocational training.In my opinion, I agree to study in vocational trainings, since I think it can help you grow as a person. For start, studying professional training prepares you for the world of work. In the first place, nowadays, people value the university more, but it is true that professional training helps you and you specialize to then find work. It is a good way for

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Los Caza fantasma

Be recognized: A child is recognised as a person under the age of 18, unless national laws recognise an earlier age of majority. ARTICLE 2 Non-discrimination: All rights apply to all children without exception. It is the State’s obligation to protect children from any form of discrimination and to take positive action to promote their rights. ARTICLE 3 Adequate care : A child is recognised as a person under the age of 18, unless national laws recognise an earlier age of majority. ARTICLE 4 Implementation

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19. : Describe the three possible categories of services provided by the data-link layer.
Unacknowledged connectionless service: ——————-
- is appropriate when error rate is very low, so recovery is left to higher layers
- is appropriate for real-time traffic, such as voice, in which late data are worse than bad data
Acknowledged connectionless service: ————————
- there are no logical connections used, but each frame sent is individually acknowledged.
- thus, the sender knows
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13.) To make VLANs work, configuration tables are needed in the bridges. What if the VLANs of the given Figure use hubs rather than switches? Do the hubs need configuration tables, too? Why or why not?
    No. Hubs just connect all the incoming lines together electrically. There is nothing to configure. No routing is done in a hub. Every frame coming into the hub goes out on all the other lines.
15.)Briefly describe the steps of the spanning-tree algorithm to compute the switch-network.
1. Elect
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9.1) For each of the following tests, state the hypotheses, identify if it is a right-, left-, or two-tailed test and write Type I Error and Type II Error pertaining to the problem. a)A professor of statistics states that the average student spends 3 hours studying for the midterm exam. Ho: μ = 3 vs. Ha: μ ≠ 3 Two-tailed test Type I Error: Concluding the average student doesn’t study 3 hours for midterm when in fact that is false. Type II Error: Not concluding the average student doesn’t

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OBESITY

OBESITY

1.GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS (DEMOGRAPHIC CONDITIONS, SOCIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS)

Obesity means having too much body fat. It is not the same as being overweight, which means weighing too much. A person may be overweight from extra muscle or water, as well as from having too much fat.Both terms mean that a person’s weight is higher than what is thought to be healthy for his or her height. Obesity is considered to be a major nutritional disorder in many parts of the industrialized world.

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