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Moder World SP23 History Quiz
Qn1. The two different sides fighting in the Russian Civil War were called?

- The Reds and the Whites

Qn2. Which of the following was NOT a reason why the League of Nations was made ineffective?

- France was angered by the proposal and refused to participated

Qn3. The Bolshevik Revolution resulted from...?

-g. B and C

Qn4. What is considered to be one of the most glaring defects of the 1919 peace conference

-The Failure to include representation from Russia and Germany

Qn5. Which of the following countries was NOT involved in the creation of the Versailles Treaty?

-The U.S.

Qn6. By the end of World War I, the economic and financial center of the world had shifted from Europe to where?

-The U.S

Qn7. Which of the following did Lenin NOT call for in his April Theses?

-War and Civil disobedience

Qn8. Which of the following was the name given to the second revolution of the Russian Revolution?

-The Bolshevik Revolution

Qn9. The first revolution of the Russian Revolution led to what?

-The Creation of a Provisional Government

Qn10. The League of Nations...

Suppose that Yuki is selecting her schedule for next semester and has identified four English​ courses, three art​ courses, three psychology​ courses, and four history courses as possibilities to take. Assume that no two of the courses are offered at conflicting times.
​(a) Can the fundamental counting principle be used in solving this​ problem? Explain.
​(b) If any of the courses are offered at conflicting​ times, can you still use the fundamental counting​ principle? Explain.

The fundamental counting principle states that if a series of tasks is being performed and the first task can be done in a​ ways, the second can be done in b​ ways, the third can be done in c​ ways, and so​ on, then all the tasks can be done in a times
b times c times ...ways.

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The Fundamental Counting Priciple is going to be used to count the odd​ non-repeating three-digit numbers in our number system. The digits come from the set​ {0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9}. The first digit​ (in the hundreds​ place) cannot be zero. Since the number is​ odd, the third digit​ (in the ones​ place) must come from the set​ {1,3,5,7,9}.
In order for the Fundamental Counting Principle to apply to this​ problem, this​ 3-part task must satisfy the uniformity​ criterion, meaning the number of choices for any particular part is the same no matter which choice were selected for the previous parts.  
The task of counting these numbers is going to be broken down into three parts. In which order must these be completed in order to satisfy the uniformity​ criterion?

Pick any music video (again), post it here, and analyze it based on the following:

-What is the tone of the music video? Upbeat/dark/dramatic/comedic/etc? Does it fit with the type of music that is being performed?
-Break down the camera movements throughout the video. What type of camera techniques are employed? Do they enhance or distract from the overall music video?
-How many cuts do you count throughout the music video? Does the pace of cuts change? Are there any types of montage (metric, rhythmic, tonal, overtones, intellectual) employed in the cutting? Are there any special transitions or VFX utilized?
-Is there a theme or overall story to the music video? Any subtext or hidden messages you think the artist is trying to hint at?
-Lastly, if you can find the director of the music video, what other work have they done and is their style apparent in their other projects?

The Research Proposal
You will not be expected to conduct any primary research. The report should cover the following areas.
Provide a full summary of the research brief, including the aims of the research.
Demonstrate an understanding of the market or business context as well as any other publicly available research done in this area.
Detail how the fieldwork would be conducted i.e face-to-face, telephone, online, focus groups, mixed-mode etc
Explain the proposed sampling method as well as other sampling methods considered, including details on any sampling frame to be used.
Detail the information that would be gathered and collected by the research.
Explain how you would use any customer of operational data supplied to you by the client.
Describe what multivariate analysis techniques you propose and how these would help the client’s research aims.
Detail the proposed sample size necessary to construct confidence intervals around the survey estimates.
An appropriate questionnaire which would capture suitable data to perform the proposed multivariate analysis,