Month: March 2020

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I. Read the text. My uncle Martin is my mother’s elder brother. He is my favorite among my mother’s brothers. He is a very interesting man. He lives quite near us with my aunt Angela and my cousins Anne and Bob. I often go to his house.

I. Read the text. My uncle Martin is my mother’s elder brother. He is my favorite among my mother’s brothers. He is a very interesting man. He lives quite near us with my aunt Angela and my cousins Anne and Bob. I often go to his house. He is about 45 with grey hair. He…
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ECON1056 Price Theory Industry Analysis SIM, Semester 1, 2020

1 Introduction Decision-makers in government rely on the advice of experts when formulating policy or discharging their statutory respons心加es. In this assignment you will take the role of an expert economist, employed by a government department. An expert economist’s role in the government decision-making process is two-fold: • Analysis: Economists use their specialist knowledge and…
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ENGG1811 Lab 05: For, list of lists, heart beat counting

ENGG1811 Lab 05: For, list of lists, heart beat counting Objectives After completing this lab, students should be able to Write for-loops Work with list of lists Applying programming to solve a problem Assessment This lab consists of Parts A, B and C.

ENGG1811 Lab 03: Selection Structure

ENGG1811 Lab 03: Selection Structure Objectives After completing this lab, students should be able to Use if/else or if/elif/else statements to implement decision structure Use Boolean expressions together with Boolean operators in decision structure Start coding incrementally

ENGG1811 Lab 02: Introduction to Python Programming

ENGG1811 Lab 02: Introduction to Python Programming Objectives After completing this lab, students should be able to write and run simple Python programs using assignment, mathematical expression, print() and the math library. You will also become familiar with the Spyder software development environment. Marking Scheme

ENGG1811 Lab 01: Introduction to the CSE computer environment, Spyder and Python

ENGG1811 Lab 01: Introduction to the CSE computer environment, Spyder and Python Objectives In this first lab you will get familiar with the CSE computer environment and start using Spyder, an open source cross-platform integrated development environment (IDE) for scientific programming in the Python language. You will also learn how to use arithmetic operators in…
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ENGG1811 Lab07: numpy data analysis

ENGG1811 Lab 07: numpy data analysis Objectives After completing this lab, students should be able to Use numpy to solve some data analysis problems Assessment This lab consists of Part A only.

ENGG1811 Lab 06: While and function input

ENGG1811 Lab 06: While and function input Objectives After completing this lab, students should be able to • Write while-loops • Write Python functions with default argument Assessment This lab consists of Parts A, B and C.

BLDG1012 Construction Materials Research Essay T1, 2020 Question:

Question: How can the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) method be adopted to guide decision makers in the construction industry to make sustainable material choices for their projects? Critically discuss Due: Saturday Week 11 @ 11 pm on Moodle (20% weighting)

BLDG1011 Low Rise Research Essay T1, 2020

Question: Discuss the impact of low-rise construction buildings (low-density) on house affordability in Sydney. Due: Friday Week 11 @ 11 pm on Moodle (20% weighting) Format and word count: Essays must be submitted in double line spaced line spaced text, 12-point font (use Times New Roman or Arial). The word limit is 800 words excluding references…
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