Question

**Do you feel that targeted ads (advertisements based upon
the collected data from web searches and social media posts) are a
violation of consumer privacy? Why or why not?**

Answer #1

Do
you prefer ads that are targeted to you based on your browser
history? Why/not?

1.
In today's world, so much work is being done on computers using
computing technology. With society's affinity toward social media
and the instant gratification inherent with online shopping, do you
think companies have the right to monitor the online activities of
their employees or do you see this a spying and, as such, a
violation of privacy
2.
Other than the internet, within the workplace, where do you feel
employees have the expectation to privacy and are therefore exempt...

Based on Alice Munro's "The Bear Came Over the Mountain": Do you
feel like this story is an accurate depiction of Alzheimer's? Why
or why not?

Do the data you collected give a close approximation to the
theoretical distribution? In complete sentences and comparing the
results in the sections titled Describe the Data and Theoretical
Distribution, explain why or why not.

SCENARIO: Imagine a fictional social media firm called ShareMe.
ShareMe is similar to Facebook; it is an online, virtual meeting
place for friends and family to share photos, videos, and messages.
With increased social media competition in the marketplace, ShareMe
is struggling to stay profitable. Many advertisers are refusing to
renew their ShareMe contracts for the upcoming calendar year.
ShareMe currently has 300 employees. If ShareMe does not increase
revenue this upcoming year, the firm will have to layoff 100...

You are interested in
knowing whether wealthier people are happier. You collected data
from fifty people about their incomes and their overall happiness
levels on a scale of 1 to 10. Upon analyzing the results, you find
that the correlation coefficient has a value of −0.25. On the basis
of this data, respond to the following:
How would you interpret the correlation coefficient in terms of
strength and direction?
How would the results be affected if you increased the number...

In what ways do you feel the session has changed your way of
thinking and/or your approach to theory
Do you like any theory (Pick any theory from social
sciences/humanities/natural sciences)? Give reasons why you like it
(use the concepts that you have learned from the tutorial and the
assigned reading to make your argument). Please describe the theory
in 3-4 sentences before formulating your opinion.
Or
Do you dislike
any theory (social science/humanities/natural science)? Give
reasons why...

ou are interested in knowing whether wealthier people are
happier. You collected data from fifty people about their incomes
and their overall happiness levels on a scale of 1 to 10. Upon
analyzing the results, you find that the correlation coefficient
has a value of −0.25. On the basis of this data, respond to the
following:
How would you interpret the correlation coefficient in terms of
strength and direction?
How would the results be affected if you increased the number...

1. the data collected from the 2012 General Social Survey (GSS)
in which 1,298 respondents reported on the number of hours they
watched tv per day. The results show that the average (mean) number
of hours spent watching tv per day is 3.089 hours with a standard
deviation of .07 hours.
a. Calculate 95% confidence interval to estimate the mean number of
hours of tv the average American watches per day based on these
data.
b. What do you notice...

Based on a survey we collected 2 samples of SAT scores
from A city and B city. Based on this:
A city:
418,421,421,422,425,427,431,434,437,439,446,447,448,453,454,463,465
B city: 429,430,430,431,36,437,440,441,445,446,447
Write down the null hypothesis if the goal is to test if the
average score in A is not different from B?
What is the alternate hypothesis?
Do a statistical test to reject or not reject your null
hypothesis. What test did you choose?
Based on the test can reject or not reject your...

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