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ASH CRJ 303 Week 1 DQ 2 Sentencing Techniques CRJ 303 Week 1 DQ 2 Sentencing Techniques Check this A+ tutorial guideline at http://www.assignmentcloud.com/crj303-ash/crj-303-week-1-dq-2-sentencingtechniques Discuss the differences between indeterminate and sentences of fixed terms.
Tell students that one of the sentences will be changed by using a synonym of a word and that they must decide which sentence and word was changed.
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Did you noticed another difference between the English and Spanish sentences?
usually 2-3 sentences) Thesis — Plan of Development — “This will be argued/shown through an analysis of [para 1 topic], [para 2 topic], [para 3 topic].” (This is really only for English papers;
• Sentences labeled as "1, premise"
Marks • Assignment 3 is worth 10% of your final mark. Do not leave it until the last day. • It will be marked out of 85 marks, 80 marks for the questions as shown and 5 marks for communication and presentation. See below for how these 5 marks are allocated. Your final mark will be converted to a mark out of 10 which will be recorded towards your course work. • Statistics is about summarising, analysing and communicating information. Communication is an important part of statistics. For this reason you will be expected to write answers which clearly communicate your thoughts. • Communication and Presentation marks: ‐ Demonstrated clear sentence structure: this includes correct use of full stops and capital letters; not writing excessively long or complicated sentences; attention to spelling and grammar. ‐ Demonstrated ability to communicate information clearly in sentences: this includes sentences easily conveying the correct idea; sentences making sense; comments not being excessively long or short; conclusions following logically from previous statements. ‐ Assignment tidily set out and easy to follow: this includes the answers being clearly set out in the correct order; the assignment not being overly messy; graphs and plots are tidy with correct labelling of axes; the assignment including the correct cover sheet being clipped together or stapled. ‐ Follow the “Step‐by‐Step Guide to Performing a Hypothesis Test by Hand” as required. A ”t‐test by hand” can be handwritten or typed! ‐ Student ID number shown on the assignment: this can be on the inside of the cover sheet or on the top of the first page of the assignment. STATS 101 / 101G / 108 Assignment 3 Question guide • Attempt questions 1, 2 and 3 when Chapter 7 has been covered. • Attempt question 4 when the first half of Chapter 8 has been covered. • Attempt questions 5 and 6 when all of Chapter 8 has been covered. Hypothesis tests in this assignment
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2 BAC EXAM PRACTICE 2BAC EXAM PRACTICE EXERCISES AND CORRECTION 1- SENTENCE REWRITING ( PARAPHRASING ) 2- TENSES 3- LINKING WORDS 4- PHRASAL VERBS 6- WORD FORMATION 7- COLLOCATIONS AS SA N 5- RELATIVE PRONOUNS 1- SENTENCE REWRITING ( PARAPHRASING ) REWRITE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES AS SUGGESTED 1.