any assumptions you are making

Instructions• You may use your notes, textbooks, other published materials, and the Internet. Avoid using blogs and dotcom sites.• It is scored on the basis of 100 points for the test (25% of the total grade).• When composing your answers, be thorough. The more complete your answer, the higher your score will be. Be sure to identify any you are in developing your answers and describe how your answer would change if the assumptions were different. For multiple choice questions if you think there are two correct answers choose the best one and justify your answer with reference. Please do not reproduce or just rearrange the words in the question as an answer but try to give some deeper logical reason. Use the spell check and other methods of writing correct and good English. [It will help me too to improve my English]• While composing your answers, especially for the conclusions or the facts please support your answers, carefully cite your sources. If citing books include page numbers. Remember, failure to cite sources constitutes an academic integrity violation. Even you find answers on the Internet from previous students, formulate answers in your own words. I may not be able to spot the copy all the time but if I do you will get 0.• Use APA format (so far, I have not penalized. But I expect you to follow it for the final)• Your answers should be in a Microsoft Word document; uploaded into the assignments folder. If you use some other word processor, please make sure the numbering remains the same. I will return files in format other than Word, i.e. if I cannot open them in one try. I may also check your part III answers with Turnitin.• You will be getting an absolute grade out of 100 for this test. However, the final course grade will depend on the relative performance of the class.Part I Q1-10 (5 points each), choose best one. Please provide reason of your choice in a few sentences, in your own words and/or reasons not choosing the other choices. Restating the problem in your own words does not constitute as the reason. Sometimes defining the terms may give you a clue to the reason.

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