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Distributed ledger technology and large value payments: a global game approach
Hyun Song Shin uses global game theory to analyse decentralised payment systems built around blockchain technology. https://www.bis.org/speeches/sp190207.htm Hyun Song Shin (Economic Adviser and Head of Research) Keynes Lecture 2018-2019, Cambridge, 22 January 2019
The Large Value Transfer System (LVTS) and Wire Payments
Wire payments and the Large Value Transfer System are in a class of their own. What do we mean by final, irrevocable, near-real time payments? And how can a payment system like the LVTS be used by the Bank of Canada to control inflation and influence interest rates? The Legal Stuff: We’ve designed this video for everyone. It’s to help you get you better acquainted with the awesomeness of payments clearing and settlement. In real life, clearing and settlement processes can get pretty complicated. To help give you the basics, we’ve simplified content – so some stuff may not be technically accurate or complete. Also, this video is just for education and isn’t advice. If you work in an FI and you need the straight goods on operational, technical or legal matters, check out our rules and standards, talk to your tech experts, or pay a visit to your legal folks. We probably don’t have to tell you this, but the views expressed are the CPA’s only (not necessarily those of the CPA’s members or anyone else). Sometimes we talk about other organizations in our videos. If you’ve got questions for these guys, you should reach out to them directly. If you need more info on the CPA, just visit our website (cdnpay.ca) or give us a shout. We’d be psyched if you share our videos with your friends. We ask only that our copyright is respected... So don’t reproduce, copy, modify or adapt all or part of this video without getting the CPA’s permission in writing first. Commercial use and distribution of the contents of this video is definitely not cool, and therefore strictly prohibited. But you guys know that already, right?
Views: 3680 Payments Canada
Use a Bubble Chart to Compare a Large Value with Smaller Values
Check out my Blog: http://exceltraining101.blogspot.com This video show how to use a bubble chart to compare an item that has a very large value to other smaller values items. It's an alternative to using a bar or column chart with logarithmic axis values. P.S. Feel free to provide a comment or share it with a friend! #exceltips #exceltipsandtricks #exceltutorial #doughexcel --------------------- Excel Training: https://www.exceltraining101.com/p/training.html Excel Books: https://www.amazon.com/shop/dough
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Episode 4: The Value Stream Level in SAFe
In this video we’re going to discuss the Value Stream level of SAFe 4.0. If your company has adopted SAFe, it is most likely 3-Level SAFe (Team, Program and Portfolio). In January of this year, Scaled Agile introduced SAFe 4.0 in two flavors: 3-Level and 4-Level SAFe. The 4-Level SAFe adds the Value Stream level which implements a very large value stream across multiple ARTs. Even through it has been available for some time, I find that very few people understand it and are taking advantage of 4-Level SAFe. My hope is that this short video will clarify the ambiguities and encourage companies with very large value streams to adopt 4-Level SAFe. Please leave a comment to let me know whether this video helped your understanding and whether your company will benefit from its adoption. You can also subscribe to this channel to be notified of new additions to this playlist. Scaled Agile Framework and SAFe are trademarks of Scaled Agile, Inc.
Views: 5259 Armond Mehrabian
2 Mediums or 1 Large? Best Value Korean Pizza Problem
Is it better to get One Large Pizza or Two Medium Pizzas? MATHS saves the day. Support the Channel: http://wefancy.store Gear We Use: http://wefancy.guide/gear-list/ Our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/wefancy Follow all things We Fancy! 📘 - https://www.facebook.com/WeFancyMedia 📷 - https://www.instagram.com/wefancybrand 📘 - https://www.facebook.com/wefancybrand Xander's Links: 🎥 - https://www.youtube.com/wefancyxander 🐤 - https://twitter.com/wefancyxander 📷 - https://instagram.com/wefancyxander Haeppy's Links: 🎥 - https://www.youtube.com/cuzimhaeppy 🐤 - https://twitter.com/cuzimhaeppy 📷 - https://instagram.com/cuzimhaeppy Music from artlist: https://artlist.io/WeFancy-21741 - Get Two Extra Months Free
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Top 5 Best Monitors of 2018, Awesome Value Picks, Should You Buy HDR?
Check out pricing now: Viotek GN24C - https://amzn.to/2PUAkaR AOC G2460PF - https://amzn.to/2r70vMD Samsung JG50 - https://amzn.to/2PWItf7 Pixio PX329 - https://amzn.to/2QjEpET Viotek GN34C - https://amzn.to/2r5JAKk Dell UltraSharp UP2718Q - https://amzn.to/2DL8VRn Asus ProArt PA32UC - https://amzn.to/2QjgTId Acer Predator X27 - https://amzn.to/2TMktJQ Also check out TechSpot's best monitor picks: https://www.techspot.com/bestof/gaming-monitors/ Support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/hardwareunboxed Top 5 Best Monitors, Awesome Value Picks, Should You Buy HDR? FOLLOW ME IN THESE PLACES FOR UPDATES Twitter - http://twitter.com/hardwareunboxed Facebook - http://facebook.com/hardwareunboxed Google Plus - http://goo.gl/xx14Uj Instagram - https://goo.gl/8lhprr Music By: https://soundcloud.com/lakeyinspired
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Math Antics - Place Value
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Large-Value Nonpolarized Capacitors
You can get them from sources such as Mouser at http://www.mouser.com/Passive-Components/Capacitors/Ceramic-Capacitors/MLCCs-Multilayer-Ceramic-Capacitors/_/N-bkrda?gclid=CKKl6r6UpMQCFUk8gQod_J0ApQ
Views: 182 Stan Gibilisco
What's the Difference Between a Growth Stock and a Value Stock?
The Motley Fool's Austin Smith answers the question: "What is the difference between a growth stock and a value stock?" Austin identifies value stocks as those which are mis-priced, or trading to a discount to their intrinsic value. Value investors are buying companies with the expectation that shares will rise to reflect the real value of the company. Meanwhile growth stocks are those which investors are buying with the expectation of large earnings in the future. There are a few tell-tale signs covered in the video to help you identify whether you're looking at one type of stock or another. Austin reminds investors that growth and value strategies aren't mutually exclusive, and thinks Warren Buffet said it best when he quipped that "growth and value investing are joined at the hip".
Views: 17703 The Motley Fool
Best Value Watches for Larger Wrists | Armand The Watch Guy
In today's video, I would like to discuss a strongly demanded topic: watches for larger wrists. The watches in this video range from technology-rich dive watches, to historical pilot's watches and beautifully crafted dress watches. Featured Watches: - Zoretto Jota - Laco Flieger 45mm (Dortmund / Friedrichshafen / Westerland / Saarbrucken) - Hamilton Khaki 50mm - Oris Prodiver GMT - Chronoswiss Flying Regulator Day & Night For horological photography, follow me on on Instagram at: armand_the_watch_guy For any questions or business enquiries, please email me at: [email protected]
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Reading Big Numbers Video for Kids: Place Value and Commas in Large Numbers | Star Toaster
Learn a simple trick to read big numbers. Covers place value and how commas help. Humorous approach makes learning fun! Download: ORPHS, an interactive chapter book and educational game App for iOS...THE FUN WAY TO READ! THE FUN WAY TO LEARN! ► https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/orphs-woodlands-interactive-chapter-book-educational/id1119393049?mt=8 https://www.facebook.com/startoaster4kids https://twitter.com/StarToaster https://www.pinterest.com/startoaster/ https://startoaster.com
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Excel:  How to get 1st, 2nd and 3rd Largest/Smallest value in lists (use of LARGE/SMALL Function)
Excel 2010 Tips and Tricks: How to use Excel LARGE and SMALL Function to - Retrieve 1st, 2nd, 3rd ......LARGEST value from list of numerical values. - Retrieve 1st, 2nd, 3rd ......SMALLEST value from list of numerical values. - Retrieve 1st, 2nd, 3rd ...... LARGEST value using LARGE function and internal auto incremental counter (ROWS function) - Retrieve 1st, 2nd, 3rd ...... SMALLEST value using SMALL function and internal auto incremental counter (ROWS function) - Add 1st, 2nd and 3rd LARGEST values using LARGE function and Array syntax. - Add 1st, 2nd and 3rd SMALLEST values using SMALL function and Array syntax. Check out this video to see how you can remove duplicate values from the list of LARGEST or SMALLEST values and also how to create an array of SALES figures along with their corresponding SALES REP. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96pQmMnAdw8)
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MS Excel: How to Sort Value with Data (Large to Small & Ascending to Descending)
Sort Number & Data Large to Small & Ascending to Descending in Microsoft Excel.. Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/MeMJTube Follow on twitter: https://twitter.com/mj1111983 Website : http://www.bsocialshine.com
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Knowing Your True Value - Living Large | Dr. Bill Winston
In Living Large Vol. 1 Dr. Bill Winston reminds you that operating on a new level of faith will require strong stewardship which includes a desire for what Jesus died for, to provide to you- it's alright to ask BIG. And most importantly understanding the power of the tithe, allowing The Blessing of the Lord to flow, so you can become richer and richer by the day in every area of life! Ordering Information: https://www.billwinston.org/new-releases/ Format: DVD/MP4 Product Number: V396 Format: CD/MP3 Product Number: A396
Large Number of Value Labels - Fast Way - SPSS
I demonstrate an efficient way to add a large number of value labels to a variable in SPSS.
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Fast math trick to calculate the value of  large exponents of a given number
This video shows viewers how to calculate x to the power of y quickly by dramatically reducing the number of operations required to calculate the value of the exponent of a given number. Do not be restricted to squares and cubes, learn how to calculate the higher powers of a given number in super fast time!
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Investing in Small vs. Large Value Companies
Larry Swedroe joins Joe Anderson to discuss the risk nature in investing in small versus large value companies. How does expected return play a role in all of it? If you would like to schedule a free assessment with one of our CFP® professionals, click here: https://purefinancial.com/lp/free-assessment/ Make sure to subscribe to our channel for more helpful tips and stay tuned for the next episode of “Your Money, Your Wealth.” Channels & show times: yourmoneyyourwealth.com https://purefinancial.com IMPORTANT DISCLOSURES: • Investment Advisory and Financial Planning Services are offered through Pure Financial Advisors, Inc. A Registered Investment Advisor. • Pure Financial Advisors Inc. does not offer tax or legal advice. Consult with their tax advisor or attorney regarding specific situations. • Opinions expressed are subject to change without notice and are not intended as investment advice or to predict future performance. • Investing involves risk including the potential loss of principal. No investment strategy can guarantee a profit or protect against loss in periods of declining values. • All information is believed to be from reliable sources; however, we make no representation as to its completeness or accuracy. • Intended for educational purposes only and are not intended as individualized advice or a guarantee that you will achieve a desired result. Before implementing any strategies discussed you should consult your tax and financial advisors.
Learn how to order large numbers using place value | Maths | FuseSchool SA
Learn how to order large numbers using place value! The virtual school is more than just a multimedia revision help. Teachers and students alike can access our content, connect and collaborate in our award-winning social learning environment and gain access to fascinating and exciting functions like serious games and learning journey analyses. Make sure to register with us for free - then you can explore and participate in this exciting project @ http://thevirtualschool.com ! Find interesting and helpful playlists on the virtual school YouTube Channel: http://youtube.com/virtualschool Follow us on twitter: http://twitter.com/virtualschooluk Make sure to subscribe to our Channel to get updates on new, exciting educational videos that will make you understand quickly and in a fun way: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?annotation_id=annotation_325981&src_vid=lqG1qpuoH3M&add_user=virtualschooluk&feature=iv
Large numbers, Place value and Face Value of Numbers class-4
This mathematical video from Kriti Educational Videos shows the formation of large numbers. It also explains the counting of the large numbers with the formation. It explains about the place and face values of the numbers along with increasing and decreasing order. It also explains about numbers in Roman methods. Mode of communication is English. Contents: 1. Large Number 2. Place values and Face values 3. Ascending and Descending order 4. Numbers is Roman Numerical Video uploaded under permission from Kriti Prakashan Pvt Ltd, copyright with www.kritiprakashan.com.This video is suitable for class 4.
Large Cap Value Strategy Overview
The Portfolio Managers for the Large Cap Value Strategy explain its investment strategy, investment process, and its key attributes. See more at https://www.clearbridge.com
Best Stocks to Buy in January 2019 - Large Cap Value With Low PE and PEG Valuation
In this video, we will look into my large cap stocks that have low P E and P E G valuation. For your information, investor use P E ratio to value stock price. The lower the number means cheaper price. P E G ratio or comparison between price, earning, and growth is Peter Lynch’s favourite metric to value a stock, he likes stocks with P E G ratio under 1.
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Trigonometry - Find the value when the angle is larger than 90 or smaller than 0
Sometimes we have to find the value of sin(200) where the angle is larger than 90 degrees. Other times we want to know the value of an angle less than 0 degrees. No matter what angle you have you can find a reference angle for it and quicky find the value of the function. Watch this video for how that process works. For more videos please visit http://www.mysecretmathtutor.com
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Tutorial - Evaluate a Log with a Larger Base Than the Value Without a Calculator
Learn how to evaluate basic logarithms. Recall that the logarithm of a number say a to the base of another number say b is a number say n which when raised as a power of b gives a. (i.e. log [base b] (a) = n means that b^n = a). Thus, to evaluate logarithms, we either rewrite the expression as an exponential equation using the definition of logarithm or evaluate using properties of logarithms. #evaluatelogarithms #logarithms
Views: 2112 Brian McLogan
Brooklyn - Fabulous Value, Large Easy Care Home
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How is today’s value orientation affecting large and small medtech innovators?
John Hernandez, Vice President of Global Health Economics and Outcomes Research at Abbott Vascular, talks about the current focus on value in the medtech field and its implications to large companies and start-ups.
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Basics of Trigonometry in Hindi ! Easy trick to find the value of sin cos tan Larger than 90 degrees
Friends, is video me trikonmitiye anupaat ka maan nikalne ke liye sabse saral vidhi ka upyog karke 90 degree se upar ke trikonmitiye anupaato ka maan nikalne ke liye vistar se samjhaya gaya hai. is video me sin(90+a), sin(180+a), sin(180-a), cos270, sin570, cos(270+thita) aadi nikalne ke liye sabse aasan tarika bataya gya hai. More related videos value of sin -theeeta, sin(-theeta), sin -a, sin (-theeta)= etc. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ob6TsoZfbgs basics of trigonometry for beginners part-1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzDBHi9CL9o trigonometric simplification for beginners ! trigonometry part -4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bA2KmmHNR60 EASY TRICK TO FIND THE VALUE OF SIN COS TAN https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXFNh2GUB-8 EASY TRICK TO FIND THE EXACT VALUE OF SIN COS TAN, #TrigonometrybySelfStudyMantra #trigonometry #sincostan Subscribe: Self Study Mantra Regards easy trick to find the value of sin cos tan above 90 degree, Larger than 90 degrees? Find common values for sin, cos, tan, find the values for sin cos and tan of the most commonly used angles, Find the value when the angle is larger than 90 or smaller than 0, trick to find the value of sin cos tan when angles are larger than 90 degree sin cos tan 90 degree se adhik ka maan kaise gyat karen sin 270 degree ka maan kaise gyat karen, trigonometry class 10 trigonometry class 9 class 10 ke liye trikonmiti
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SMALL and LARGE function in Excel - How to find the Nth value
Learn More - other ways to find the nth value http://theexcelclub.com/nth-largest-in-excel/ Both MIN and MAX in Excel will return the Minimum or Maximum value from a list. But what if you want to return a value that is the Nth smallest or the Nth largest in Excel? How would you go about this type of Ranking? In this video we will look at using Excel SMALL and LARGE functions to return the nth value from a list. Read more about using the offset function to rank values Would love to hear your feedback....comment below Sign up to our newsletter http://theexcelclub.com/newsletter/ Watch more Power BI videos https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ35EHVzCuiEsQ-68y0tdnaU9hCqjJ5Dh Watch more Excel Videos https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ35EHVzCuiFFpjWeK7CE3AEXy_IRZp4y Join the online Excel and PowerBI community https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/110804786414261269900 DOWNLOAD THE FREE APP 'Learn Excel Fast' https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.theexcelclub.learnbasicexcel&hl=en
Views: 428 Paula Guilfoyle
Stock Dividend (Small Vs Large Dividend, Market Value Vs Par Value C/S Capitalization)
Accounting for stock dividends, comparing small stock dividends with large stock dividends,a stock dividend is the issuance by a corporation of its own stock to its stockholders on a pro rata basis without receiving payment for the stock received as a dividend,the stock dividend results in an increase in the amount of the legal or stated capital of the enterprise,the dividend may be charged to retained earnings or to any other capital account that is not a part of legal capital, capitalize part of Retained Earnings: for a small stock dividend transfer at fair value (market value) for Stock Dividends less than (20-25%) of C/S outstanding (small stock dividend), each stockholder maintains exactly the same proportionate interest in the company,1-Stock issued to Stockholders on a pro rata basis and 2-Each shareholder has the same total book value, for a large stock dividend capitalize part of Retained Earnings: (Increase number C/S shares outstanding), Transfer at par value (no increase APIC) for Stock Dividends greater than (20-25%) of C/S outstanding (large stk dividend), detailed accounting by Allen Mursau
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Value of a large cent
What is the value of a large cent? Find out in this video! Links: http://www.usacoinbook.com/coin-melt-values/ http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Large_cent_(United_States_coin)
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The Hidden Value of Large Memory Cards
Head over to the blog! http://photographyconcentrate.com/the-hidden-value-of-large-memory-cards/ Have you been wondering what size memory card to get for your new camera? Here's our two cents: Go big! Obviously with a larger capacity memory card you'll be able to store more photos. But there are a couple other benefits. First, you won't have to switch cards as often which means you're less likely to miss that important moment. Second, with a large memory card you can use the card as a temporary backup. What you can do is upload your photos to your computer on a semi-regular basis but leave the photos on the memory card after you've uploaded them. That way if anything happens to the photos on your computer you still have the originals on your memory card. Now you'll still eventually have to erase your memory card once it gets full, but buying a large memory card gives you a longer temporary backup (which should give you enough time to backup the photos off your computer and store them at a separate offsite location) Here's the memory card shown in the video above: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/839981-REG/SanDisk_SDSDRX3_128G_A21_128GB_SDXC_Extreme_Class.html/BI/6607/KBID/7205 (affiliate) The guide that shows you how to safely back up your photos: http://www.photographyconcentrate.com/backup-or-die/ FOLLOW US IN THESE PLACES Newsletter - http://photographyconcentrate.com/the-explorers-club/ Twitter - http://twitter.com/fotoconcentrate Facebook - http://facebook.com/photoconcentrate Google+ - http://plus.google.com/+photoconcentrate/ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. Additionally, we participate in other affiliate programs, and sometimes get a commission through purchases made through our links.
Calculate z value for large sample run test
In this video i will show you how to key in a formula into Casio fx-570ES scientific calculator and use CALC function to substitute the value into the function to find the z value for large sample run test.
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Vat19's June Large Mysterious Box of Mystery Unboxing. (142% Value of the box's price.)
Cost of the box: 50 dollars putty $11 bubbles $12 slinky $15 Laird $20 pen 1$ mug $12 Total value $71 142% Bias Rating: 3/10 Fair Rating: 5/10
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How To Exchange Large Value Chips for Smaller Ones, AKA Cheque Change
The dealer will learn how to exchange the larger value chips that the Player will give you and trade it for smaller value chips that the Player can now play with. This is also known as "Cheque Change" and in this video we will be discussing that procedure. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ RELATED LINKS: For a word-for-word break down of this video and the rest of the videos in this course, click the link below: http://www.vegas-aces.com/site/articles/how-to-deal-blackjack-07-the-game.html#how-to-deal-bj-cheque-change If you want a more interactive way to learn blackjack, then my Curious lessons might be the thing for you: https://curious.com/vegasaces/introduction-to-blackjack?ref=kCKcPTBTeXc DONATE: If you enjoyed this content and you want to help keep it free for everyone, then please donate here: https://www.paypal.me/vegasaces PATREON.COM: If you want to help keep this information free for everyone, then become my Patreon patron. There are many rewards you can choose from: www.patreon.com/vegasaces REMEMBER TO SUBSCRIBE: Are you looking for a job? Do you want to be a casino dealer, but you don't have the money to go to a Dealing Trade School? Then Subscribe Now and learn everything you'll ever need to know about blackjack, and more! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TheVegasAces ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Patreon: www.patreon.com/vegasaces Website: www.Vegas-Aces.com Email: [email protected] Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Vegas-Aces/126216680732741 Twitter: https://twitter.com/vegas_aces SUPPLIES: You can find the supplies I use in my videos, supplies casinos use on their tables or just fun gift items at my Amazon Affiliate Shop: https://www.amazon.com/shop/vegasaces If you have any questions, please post them on our forum: http://vegasaces.yuku.com/directory#.UAo4RqOV18E Copyright 2011 www.Vegas-Aces.com
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Number Words to Place Value and Writing Number (Large Whole Numbers)
This video explains how to write the numerical form of a number given a number in words.
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Fun Place Value Activity Using Cups
Place value can be a tough concept for kids to understand. This is a fun way to teach place value using a simple hack! Take styrofoam cups from the dollar store, and turn them into a DIY math manipulative. Get more lesson plan ideas at www.weareteachers.com.
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Adding Large Numbers - With Place Value Disks
To add two numbers, model each addend on a place value chart. Write the total number of disks in each place value. If there are ten or more disks in a place value column, regroup. This video uses the Place Value Disks virtual manipulative from brainingcamp.com.
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क्या LARGE  CAP STOCKS में अब VALUE आ गयी है
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Subtracting Large Numbers - With Place Value Disks
To subtract one number from another, model the minuend (the first number) on a place value chart. In each place value column, remove disks from the minuend equal in number to the subtrahend. When the second number’s digit is greater than the first number’s digit, regroup from a greater place value. Finally, count the number of disks remaining in each column. This video uses the Place Value Disks virtual manipulative from brainingcamp.com.
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P Value Explained / What is a P-Value?
This video explains what a p-value is and how to determine if one is statistically significant using both alpha = .05 and .01. Video Transcript: In this video we'll take a look at how to interpret a p-value. So what is a p-value? P-value stands for probability value; it indicates how likely it is that a result occurred by chance alone. If the p-value is small, it indicates the result was unlikely to have occurred by chance alone. These results are known as being statistically significant. A small p-value means that it's greater than chance alone, something happened; the test is significant. Whereas a large p-value indicates that the result is within chance or normal sampling error, or in other words nothing happened, the test is not significant. And p values range from 0 to 1. Let's go ahead and take a look at some p-values of popular computer output. So here's SPSS and the p-value is given where it says Sig. (2-tailed) and it's very small in this example at .002. Now we'll formalize this in a minute, but for now, that's beyond chance, it's quite small, so we would say that the result is statistically significant. Taking a look at another example, here we see a p-value, reported as Sig. once again in SPSS, as .268. Now that's not really that small, so that's within normal sampling error we would say, or it's not beyond chance. So the result is not statistically significant. Now to formalize this, we want to look at what is known as alpha. And when we interpret whether a p-value is significant, that is beyond chance or not, we need to know the level of alpha being used for the test. The two most common levels are .05 for alpha, or .01.Alpha is decided beforehand by the researcher or analyst. So if we use an alpha of .05, the following rule applies: If p or Sig., as you saw in our output, is less than alpha or less than .05 in this case, the test is significant. Whereas if p or Sig. is greater than .05, the test is not significant. So, as an example, if we had a p-value or a Sig. of .03, using the rule up above, with an alpha of .05, would the test be significant or not? Well the test would be significant, right, because .03 is less than .05. Let's go ahead and take a look at another example. So if we have a p of .12 now with alpha .05, try and assess whether or not that test would be significant. It would not be significant because .12 is greater than .05, so it's not significant, or it's not beyond sampling error. And here's a table of some different outcomes, so looking at this first row, if we had a p of .04, and we use alpha .05 in all decisions, this is less than .05 so we would say it's significant. Our second value, .075, that's greater than .05 right, so we would say that's not significant. .049, that's very close, but it is less than .05, so that would be significant. And then .523, that's definitely greater than .05, so it's not significant. And then finally, .001, definitely less than .05, so this result is significant. Now if we look at alpha of .01 we use really the same decision rule, if p is less than alpha, this time alpha's .01 though, the test is significant. Whereas if p is greater than alpha, the test is not significant. So if we have an example here with a p of .04, using an alpha of .01, we would see that the test is not significant, because .04 is greater than .01. If we had an example of .003, we would see that it is significant in this case, because .003 is less than .01. So let's go and take a look at some examples as well with alpha .01. So here we have a p of .001, that's definitely less than alpha of .01, so it's significant. .02, it's close, but it's greater than .01, so it's not significant. .009, once again, quite close, but less than alpha of .01, so it's significant. .523 is greater than .01, so it's not significant. And then finally, .012, close once again, but it is greater than .01, so it's not significant. OK let's look at a p-value again in SPSS. So now we have a p of .002, and it's very small, let's assess this for significance using alpha .05. So because .002 is less than .05, the test is significant at alpha .05. Now before we close ask yourself would it have been significant if alpha .01 was used. Well since .002 is less than .01, the test would be significant if an alpha .01 was used as well.
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Design@Large: Batya Friedman: Moral and Technical Imagination: A Value Sensitive Design Perspective
Abstract:   Moral and Technical Imagination: A Value Sensitive Design Perspective   Tools and technologies are fundamental to the human condition. They do no less than create and structure the conditions in which we live, express ourselves, enact society, and experience what it means to be human. They are also the result of our moral and technical imaginations. Yet, with our limited view, it is not at all obvious how to design tools and technology so that they are more likely to support the actions, relationships, institutions, and experiences that human beings care deeply about – a life and society of quality. In this talk I will explore the deep scientific knowledge and technology trends at the cusp of the 21st century. Thinking longer-term and systemically, I will bring forward a range of potential challenges and design opportunities in light of these trends. To do so, I will draw from over two decades of theory development and technical design work in Value Sensitive Design. My comments will engage individual lives, society writ large, what it means to be human, the planet and beyond.   Bio:   Batya Friedman is a Professor in the Information School and holds adjunct appointments in the School of Computer Science and Engineering, and the Department of Human-Centered Design and Engineering at the University of Washington. She co-directs the Value Sensitive Design Research Lab and the UW Tech Policy Lab. Dr. Friedman pioneered value sensitive design (VSD), an approach to account for human values in the design of information systems. First developed in human-computer interaction, VSD has since been used in architecture, civil engineering, computer security, energy, human-robotic interaction, information management, land use and transportation, legal theory, and moral philosophy. Dr. Friedman is currently working on multi-lifespan design and on methods for envisioning – imagining new ideas for leveraging information systems to shape our futures. Voices from the Rwanda Tribunal is a first project in this multi-lifespan design research program. In 2012 Batya Friedman received the ACM-SIGCHI Social Impact Award and the University Faculty Lecturer award at the University of Washington. She received both her B.A. and Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley.
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Square Root (वर्गमूल निकालना सीखे ) ONLY 3 Sec (Hindi) | 7 Digit Value ,5 or 6 Digit सबकी ट्रिक सीखे
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Get an inside look at Huston Patterson, a Decatur, IL, based large format package printer and see how Sikich added value to their business through proactive accounting services.
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Place Value Street Story
A story on how to read large numbers. I did not create the graphics so I do not take credit for them.
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old coins value  the years 1793 to 1954
Finding rare pennies in your box of old coins is... well, rare. However don't let that stop you from looking. Twenty different dates spanning the Classic years are considered rare and valued accordingly. The total mintage of the top 20 rarest pennies is a surprising 5,720,028 coins. You are left to wonder, how many are still out there. Even more fascinating, the number of modern rarities, those minted since 1955, is unknown due to the fact most are minting errors. Determining the actual number of these is never more than an educated guess. With 5,720,028 Classic rare pennies made, why are they rare and what are your chances of finding one? These are both good questions. Pennies are the staple of commerce and after decades of use, they simply wear out. Remember at the time no one knew these coins where rare. Many more suffered bad luck... lost, destroyed by fire, swept away by floods, not to mention buried in a jar in the yard and forgotten. Then after 1857 the size of the penny was reduced to reflect the rising cost of copper. Mass melting of the older coins accrued, further destroying countless common and rare pennies. Add to all this the relative few coin collectors of the time saving coins for future generations. The result... rare pennies. Here are the Classic Top Twenty and their values. Rare Pennies The Classic Top 20 Note: The coin values listed are wholesale values for coins in "Good" condition. This represents a well-worn but undamaged, wholesome coin. Note: Values updated 2017. Half Cent Coin Values A long obsolete denomination in US coins. Half cents were first minted beginning in 1793 and ending in 1857. Here are a few more of the standout dates. 1793 worth $2,915 First year of issue half cent, a favorite with collectors and always in demand. 1794 $575 Scarce, low mintage, classic half cent. 1796 RARE - seldom encountered 1797 Few of these survive, and valued at $430 and easily higher. Large Cent Values 1794 An early year of the US mint and artifact of Colonial America, at $480, seems reasonable. Rare 1796 Large Cent 1796 Features the earlier Liberty Cap design, a distinctive type coin and worth $355 each. Rare 1804 Large Cent 1804 $1,850 Very nice examples of this date are known. Often these nice condition coins are collected as a representative of the large cent era. Large cents are a classic and historically significant part of the rare pennies listed here. These are the first US coins minted. Large in size, larger than today's quarter, and avidly collected. Minted from 1793 through 1857, all are desirable. Find one as nice as the 1804 pictured and you have an important coin. Here are a few more rare large cents. 1793 Chain Type $5,490 First US cent, first of three designs in 1793, very scarce. 1793 Wreath Type $2,230 Necessary to all important collections of large cents. 1793 Liberty Cap $8,150 A few thousand minted and only a small number remain. 1795 $355 minimum value. If hair detail is showing in Liberty's portrait value rise by hundreds of dollars. 1799 $3,100 and the key to the series, exact mintage unknown. Estimated less than 150 survive. One of the intensely sought rare pennies of the series.
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