Regression

Regression

Regression is a well-known statistical technique to model the predictive relationship between several independent variables (DVs) and one dependent variable. The objective is to find the best-fitting curve for a dependent variable in a multidimensional space, with each independent variable being a dimension. The curve could be a straight line, or it could be a nonlinear curve. The quality of fit of the curve to the data can be measured by a coefficient of correlation (r), which is the

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DETERMINANTS OF WORKING CAPITAL: The factors influencing the working capital decisions of a firm may be classified as two groups, such as internal factors and external factors. The internal factors includes, nature of business size of business, firm’s product policy, credit policy, dividend policy, and access to money and capital markets, growth and expansion of business etc. The external factors include business fluctuations, changes in the technology, infrastructural facilities, import policy
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Program

What is an algorithm?

A programming algorithm is a computer procedure that is a lot like a recipe (called a procedure) and tells your computer precisely what steps to take to solve a problem or reach a goal

How old Is Data management?

Early Data Management include File and Database systems that were designed prior the relational database in the 1970s. Including ( Flat File Dta. Mangmt. | Hierarchical Dta. Mgmt. Sytms. | Network Dta. Mgmt. Sytms.)

What are the different generations of Databases?

1.Flat

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Investment decision relates to the determination of total amount of assets to be held in the firm ,the composition of these assets and the business risk complexions of the firm as perceived by its investors .It is the most important financial decision that the firm makes in pursuit of making shareholders wealth. Investment decision can be classified under two broad groups. * Long –term investment decision i.e. Capital budgeting. * Short-term investment decision i.e. Working Capital Management. Read More

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1. We can already build networks with links and switches and send fr..so then why do we need network layer?
     The above design does not scale to large network – can blow up of routing table, broadcast will bring the network down. Doesn’t work across for more than one link layer tech like WIFI, 3G. Not much control over the traffic
2. Describe the steps of the shortest path finding Dijkstra’s Algorithm.
     Start with source. Set distance at other nodes to infinity (∞) but source
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