Lesson 2. Homework last lesson Grammar Spelling basics Vocabulary Homework. Homework . Exercises Chapter 2-5 Answers via website Questions on chapters 2-5?. Grammar: Tegenwoordige tijd. Present simple ww (+s) - feit, gewoonte Water boils at 100 degrees.

ByStrategy Review. Here is a summary of all the strategies given for Chapters 2-5. &In Strategy. A&B GOAL. When you have A&B as a GOAL. &In Strategy. A GOAL B GOAL. A&B &I. When you have A&B as a GOAL Try to prove A and B separately.

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CHAPTERS 5. PROBABILITY, PROBABILITY RULES, AND CONDITIONAL PROBABILITY. PROBABILITY MODELS: FINITELY MANY OUTCOMES. DEFINITION : PROBABILITY IS THE STUDY OF RANDOM OR NONDETERMINISTIC EXPERIMENTS. IT MEASURES THE NATURE OF UNCERTAINTY. PROBABILISTIC TERMINOLOGIES. RANDOM EXPERIMENT

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Chapters 5. Formal Assessment. Formal Measures. Assess isolated skills Cannot capture the process Not authentic Rarely consider attitudes or habits Measure low level skills. Characteristics of Formal Tests. Reliability – how stable the test scores are.

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Week 2- Chapters 5 & 6. Chp 5: Depreciation of property, plant and equipment. Objectives of the lecture. Understand the role of accounting in allocating the depreciable amount of a non-current asset over the asset ’ s expected useful life