Chapter 15. Association Between Variables Measured at the Interval-Ratio Level. Chapter Outline. Introduction Scattergrams Regression and Prediction The Computation of a and b The Correlation Coefficient (Pearson’s r). Chapter Outline. Interpreting the Correlation Coefficient: r 2

ByWarm UP!. Name the quadrant. . 1. 2. 258. Determine a positive and negative coterminal angle. 3. 52 . 4. -36 . Convert from Degrees to Radians or vice versa:. 5. 90 . 6. QUIZ 1-1. After the quiz, we will be working on the UNIT CIRCLE (EXCITING!!!!). The Unit Circle.

ByTypes of Graphs and Graphing Rules. Unit 1. Types of Graphs. There are three types of graphs that we will use in this class: Line Graphs Bar Graphs Pie Graphs. Line Graphs. These graphs are used to show continuous change, usually over time

ByFrequency Distributions. Quantitative Methods in HPELS 440:210. Agenda. Basic Concepts Frequency Distribution Tables Frequency Distribution Graphs Percentiles and Percentile Ranks. Basic Concepts.

ByView Horizontal x PowerPoint (PPT) presentations online in SlideServe. SlideServe has a very huge collection of Horizontal x PowerPoint presentations. You can view or download Horizontal x presentations for your school assignment or business presentation. Browse for the presentations on every topic that you want.

Curves. Horizontal. Introduction. Use of curves, horizontal and vertical. Types of horizontal curves: Circular and spiral. We will cover circular curves only, spiral curves are given for future reference. Definitions :

Curves. Horizontal. Circular Curves Layout by Deflection Angles with a Total Station or an EDM. All stations will be positioned from PC. Compute the chord length and the deflection angle from the direction PC-PI as follows: (see fig 25-6). S a D. C a = 2R sin a. a =. (degrees).

Readings: 24-1 to 24-8, Figures: 24-1 to 24-6, 24-12, and 24-16 Examples: 24-1, 24-2, . Curves. Horizontal. Required: Readings: 24-1 to 24-8, Figures: 24-1 to 24-6, 24-12, and 24-16 Examples: 24-1 and 24-2. Introduction. Use of curves, horizontal and vertical.

Time-distance (T-X) curves Single horizontal layer. T 2 = T 0 2 + X 2 /V 2 . It is a hyperbola with apex at X = 0 and T 0 = 2H/V. V and H are the layer velocity and thickness. T 2 -X 2 plot is a straight line whose slope = 1/V 2 and intercept = T 0 2 .

Curves. Horizontal. Required: Readings: 24-1 to 24-8, Figures: 24-1 to 24-6, 24-12, and 24-16 Examples: 24-1 and 24-2. Introduction. Use of curves, horizontal and vertical. Types of horizontal curves: Circular and spiral.

Horizontal Integration. Consolidation (business) More than 50% ownership — Subsidiary. horizontal integration:is the combination of firms in the same business lines and markets. Peace journalism - Objectivity.

Horizontal Curves. Chapter 24. Types of Circular Curves. Simple Curve. Compound Curves. Broken-Back Curves. Reverse Curves. Broken-Back Curves should be avoided if possible. It is better to replace the Curves with a larger radius circular curve.

Horizontal Alignment. TS4447 Highway Geometric Design. Horizontal Alignment. Minimum Radii Horizontal Curve Full Circle (FC) Tugas 3 Spiral Circle Spiral (SCS) Tugas 4 Spiral Spiral (SS) Tugas 4 Sight Distance on Curve Tugas 5 Stopping Sight Distance (SSD)

HORIZONTAL ALIGNMENT . The presence of horizontal curve imparts centrifugal force which is a reactive force acting outward on a vehicle negotiating it.