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UNIT 1
1. Mission & Vision
The mission
The mission of data analysis is to obtain all the necessary information for decision
making in our business.
Three axes:
•User acquisition.
•User behaviour within our business.
•Customer loyalty.
The vision
If we manage to recognise:
- what our visitors are like,
- what they are concerned about and enthusiastic about
- what decision point they are at before they buy
- what barriers they face.
Only in this way can we implement useful corrective actions and measures
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3) HOW TO MANAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING?

PHYSICAL PRESENCE: IT plays a large part in management of the classroom environment. PROXIMITY, distance is sign of coldness. T have to consider how close they want to be to the ST. APPROPIACY, The way in which T sit or stand in classroom, deciding how closely the T will work with ST. MOVEMENT, how much T move around the classroom will depend on their personal style, some T spend time in one place, others walking side to side. CONTACT; IT is impossible to help

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Web Notes

1) The four sources of packet delay and the key factor(s) that affect each. (Section 1.4.1)

The total nodal delay = Processing delay at the node + queueing delay + transmission delay + propagation delay.

-Processing delay is caused by the processing that happens in the node (router, etc.) for things like checking bit errors and determining output link. This delay is minimal, as processing is usually less then 1 millisecond.

-Queueing delay occurs as packets stack up waiting to be transmitted. The amount

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presents- features                                                        fund-pay for                 former – time-consuming – self-sufficient - netiquette – numerous – link – store

makes an official agreement-signs a contract        background-experience     - technophile – outdated – consumer – loyal following  – commercial – operate  

list of most popular songs-music charts                  get my head around-work out              

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9-1 ROLE OF LEGISLATURES

  • Parliamentary are more critical to forming the gov’t than presidential.

  • Roles:

    • Representation.

    • Legislation.

    • Approving expenditures.

    • Forming gov’t.

    • Deliberation.

    • Oversight.

Representation

1. Types:

  • Formalistic – how elected, perform office, held accountable.

  • Descriptive – resembling constituents.

  • Symbolic – how viewed by constituents (competent, partisan)

  • Substantive – serving interest of voters.

  • Collective – representing all voters, not just constituents.

2. Most owe election

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Romanticism

Romanticism
Historical Context
American Revolution (1776)
French Revolution (1789)
Is a reaction of the romantic changes.
Dramatic changes concerning social and living conditions.
Authors transform the actual way of thinking. 
Artistic and phylosofical movement.
Who started the movement?
William Wordsworth
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Write ballads.
Romanticism Beginning
Civilization from this period have: art, culture, literary elements, history
Characteristics
Is personal,  espontaneous, subjective, authors show
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