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    In economics, there are two types of element characteristics, constant and variable. For instance, prices, income, quantity, output etc. Now, some of these elements might not change when other elements changes and this is called constant such as a dozen of cake. A dozen of cake will always stay the same: 12 pieces in a dozen. However, the element that can vary is the price of this dozen. In some places it is 3 KD in other places it 2.5 KD and the price here is described as variable. Below are some

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    state of the economy, the examination of important economic indicators or variables has always played a vital role in the understanding of the complex economic systems we live in. The analysis of these economic variables studied by many, not only has served as a tool to evaluate the current economic performance of a country, but also has allowed experts to envisage and continue the pavement of an economy's road. Currently, some economic variables have had favorable improvements indicating a general

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    (2013). Japan’s Competitiveness. Retrieved February 20, 2014 from http://www.japantimes.co.jp/opinion/2013/02/03/commentary/japans-competitiveness/#.UwWgZ9K-2uI Walters, R. (2014). Economic Freedom in Japan: A Lot of Work Ahead: The Foundry: Retrieved February 20, 2014 from http://blog.heritage.org/2014/01/23/economic-freedom-japan-lot-work-ahead/ Yulisman, L. (2013). Krakatau Steel’s New Venture Worries Posco. PT. Niskala Media Tenggara: Retrieved February 20, 2014 from http://www.thejakartapost

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    of the study is to measure the impact of changing oil prices, and other macro economic variables like consumption, government expenditures and average exchange rates on Gross Domestic Product-GDP in the context of Pakistan’s economy. The study is secondary data based and the observation is 150 with five variables and 30 years of data. The data is taken from World Bank, Inflationdata.com, State Bank of Pakistan, Economic Survey of Pakistan, Federal Reserve Bank of America, Federal Bureau of Statistics

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    possibility of gaining positive results one must find a dependent variable in addition to several independent variables that might be a direct cause or a factor in the dependent variable. In observing major political elections throughout my life I have noticed a recurring trend. In many elections one candidate outspends their opponent in an attempt to gain victory. I intend to set up a research design to determine whether independent variables concerning campaign contributions have an effect on the outcome

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    the United States is an extremely varied group, and students will respond differently to the same "standard" test. The format of the current standardized test, all multiple-choice questions, does not allow for variables among the test takers. In fact, the test attempts to erase all the variables and create a uniform ... ... middle of paper ... ... a tedious process, but the change can have immense, positive effects for the future college student. The ACT and SAT that supposedly measure a student's

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    society and family. That is, how the public views females and how parents' treatment of the daughter compares to that of the son. (See group III for related variables used.) This group of variables is going to be compared with other groups of variables in different areas to test my hypotheses. Besides, there are another two groups of variables related to women's status that are selected to be used in the paper. (See group V and group VI.) Factors that affect women's status: First, a woman's

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    environmental and hereditary influences. Environmental differences can be divided into different factors. The deprivation model of social class and intelligence consists of three variables. These variables explain, in terms of environmental factors, development and performance which are correlated with social status. The first of these variables consists of the combination of birth order, nutrition, and prenatal care. Children who are first born, on average score better on mental tests. There is a definite higher

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    but also better-quality health care, neighborhoods and sanitation. To better determine how health, race and income are correlated I analyzed these three concepts. The independent variable used was combined race/ethnicity records. The dependent was their overall health conditions. Finally, I used income as a control variable to judge how much of a factor income plays on physical conditions. II.     Measurement ...

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    1999). These people have lost the weight by some means and have kept the weight off by adopting better eating and exercise habits. The groups were split into two groups, the control group and the variable group. The experiment was to see what the effects would be on each type of person in the variable group when enticed with a milkshake "Preload" which tastes better than a regular milkshake and is higher in fat and calories. The control group would not receive the "Preload" shake so the experimenters

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