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Hope for the Future

“Within the child lies the fate of the future. Whoever wishes to confer some benefit on society must preserve him from deviations and observe his natural ways of acting. 246 more words

Child Development

The Z-Test

The z-test, like the binomial test, is a way of testing a hypothesis. It is not a very common form of hypothesis test because it requires us to have a great deal of information we do not usually have but it is an illustrative example that will serve as a stepping stone on the way to the t-test which has more practical applications. 285 more words

[Grammar] -기, -는 것, -음 : Nominalization

When you make a noun or noun clause from a verb, there are three ways to make, which are -기, -는 것, -음.

-기 is used for unfinished action or idioms; it often used with emotion adjectives or some action verbs.   344 more words

Intermediate

Normalization

NORMALIZATION

Second Normal Form (2NF)

  • A relation is said to be in 2NF f if it is already in 1NF and each and every attribute fully depends on the primary key of the relation.
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Programming In Java

Normalization

Here’s a simple but common problem: How do you compare two groups that have different scales?

Imagine we are giving assessment tests to several school classes but all of them have been designed differently. 557 more words

Children and mealtime issues

“When the time came to eat, tiny children would occupy their time with properly arranging their napkins, with looking at their knives, forks, and spoons in an effort to remember the exact way to hold and use them, or in assisting a companion smaller than themselves.” (p.178, para. 224 more words

Child Development

The Length of a String in Java

The method String.length() gives the length of the String, right? Or does it? 599 more words

Java