BUSINESS MATHEMATIC

BUSINESS MATHEMATIC (MAT 402) ASSIGNMENT ISLAMIC BANKING CONCEPT COMPARISON BETWEEN ISLAMIC BANKING AND CONVENTIONAL BANKING NAME MUHAMMAD AMIRUL BIN MOHD ZAIN CLASS AC2201A STUDENT ID 2018206312 IC 990827087075 LECTURER ZAMMARIYAH BINTI MUSTAFA KAMAL ISLAMIC BANKING CONCEPTS Islamic banking or sharia-compliant finance is banking or financing activity that complies with sharia (Islamic law) and its practical application through the development of Islamic economics. Some of the modes of Islamic banking include Mudarabah (Profit sharing and loss bearing), Wadiah (safekeeping), Musharaka (joint venture), Murabahah (cost plus), and Ijara (leasing). Common Shariah concepts used in Islamic Banking We shall now define a few of the Islamic banking terms that people- associated with it and not-will hopefully now be able to grasp a greater understanding of the topic and type of banking. •Mudharabah - involves the relationship between an investor and the entrepreneur. Profits between the two parties will be shared according to an agreed percentage while losses are all exclusively taken on by the investor. •Musharakah - is practical for business partnerships where profits are shared...
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STATEMENT OF PURPOSE Name

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE Name: - Rahul Pongasseril Lal University : - Cape Breton University, Canada Course Applied: - Bachelor of engineering technology (Petroleum) Post Degree Introduction: I am Rahul a earnest, keen and a dedicated person. I always enjoy in taking up new challenges in life and fulfilling them to utmost. I have successfully completed my Secondary with 9.2 CGPA and Senior Secondary in Science stream with 88% from Indian School Certificate Examinations and then I chose to study Bachelors of technology in Mechanical engineering with CGPA 6.74 from Holy Kings College of Engineering and technology affiliated to Mahatma Gandhi University. I realized International higher qualification is essential to accomplish my goal because international education system is combined with both theoretical and practical knowledge and it will help me to achieve my goal. I understood that to attain greater opportunities in multinational organization I must possess a practical oriented qualification and this resulted me searching for a country and a university which...
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A lagoon is a water area surrounded by partially intercepted seawater between an offshore sandbank and the coast

A lagoon is a water area surrounded by partially intercepted seawater between an offshore sandbank and the coast. The water in the lagoon is pure water at the beginning, and the seawater inside and outside can be circulated by the tidal mouth between the offshore Shazhou. Since the offshore sandbar isolates most of the waves, the tidal sediments are gradually deposited in the lagoon. The formation of Dapeng Bay is caused by the sedimentation of the sand mouth formed by the drift of the current monsoon from the upstream and downstream of the Donggang River and the Linbian River. The sand mouth topography is formed by the extension of the sand into the sea. A narrow ridge of gravel, which crosses the bay,exit and closes the bay, thus forming the Dapeng Bay lagoon terrain. In the marginal zone of the sea, lagoons of different water properties can be formed due to incomplete isolation or periodic isolation...
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Develop an educational booklet on wound care management for Unity NTUC FairPrice Submitted by

Develop an educational booklet on wound care management for Unity NTUC FairPrice Submitted by: Hooi Po Yi Matriculation Number: 16024825 Supervisor: Ho Sz Ting School of Applied Science July 2018 Table of Contents Tables of Contents …………………………………………………………………………… 2 Abstract ……………………………………………………………………………………… 3 Acknowledgement ………………………………………………………………………….... 4 List of Figures ……………………………………………………………………………….. 5 List of Tables ………………………………………………………………………………… 6 Chapter 1: Introduction ……………………………………………………………………… 7 Chapter 2: Methodology ……………………………………………………………………. 16 2.1 Development of the booklet ………………………………………………………… 16 2.2 Survey ……………………………………………………………………………….. 16 2.3 Data Analysis ………………………………………………………………………... 17 Chapter 3: Observations and Results ………………………………………………………. 18 3.1 Demographics ……………………………………………………………………….. 18 3.1.1 Age Group ……………………………………………………………………. 18 3.1.2 Education Background ……………………………………………………….. 18 3.1.3 Role(s) in Chronic Wound Management ……………………………………... 19 3.2 Survey Response ……………………………………………………………………. 19 3.2.1 Usefulness of each section …………………………………………………… 19 3.2.2 Usefulness of Addition Resources ……………………………………………. 22 3.2.3 Pictures in the booklet ………………………………………………………... 22 3.2.4 Usefulness of Flowchart ……………………………………………………… 24 3.2.5 Product Directory …………………………………………………………….. 25 3.2.6 Knowledge BEFORE & AFTER reading the booklet ………………………... 26 3.2.7 Recommendation of the booklet ……………………………………………… 28 3.2.8...
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Kinds of evidences

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UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND LEGAL STUDIES FACULTY OF ARTS DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION STUDIES OF GRATIFICATIONS AND OUTCOMES

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Ethical Decision Making AssignmentAshley Evans Northwestern University Abstract This paper discusses ethical dilemmas and the ethical decision making process

Ethical Decision Making AssignmentAshley Evans Northwestern University Abstract This paper discusses ethical dilemmas and the ethical decision making process. The scenario presented addresses the topic of duty to warn and protect, confidentiality and its limits, and the amount of information that ought to be disclosed. The scenario presented below is presented and analyzed using the Ethical Decision Making Model created by Wheeler and Bertram. To add substantial clarity to the claimed ethical dilemma, I will include a brief look at the ACA Code of Ethics, applicable state laws and statutes, and examine the scholarly literature that appropriately applies. It is with the sincerest hope that the reader walks away with a clear understanding of the dilemma presented, the correct course of action, and its justified reason. Ethical Decision Making AssignmentEthical dilemmas occur quite frequently within the realm of mental health counseling. An ethical dilemma is a situation in which a counselor must make a decision that might involve conflicts in ethic codes or other...
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The argument around executive remuneration has resulted in a spike in shareholder activism

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EFFICIENT HYBRID BIKE FOR INDIAN ROADS 1Prof

EFFICIENT HYBRID BIKE FOR INDIAN ROADS 1Prof.MaliniK.V,HOD2TejasdeepakNaik2MohammadSuhail 12EEEDepartment,SriSairamCollegeOfEngineering,Bengaluru,INDIA Email:[email protected], ContactNumber::+91-91489037991, Abstract:Themaintargetovertheenvironmentwithrespecttopollution,conservationoffuelresourcesinthe world,the automotiveindustryhasenteredintoanewdimensioninproductionofmorefuelefficient,lowemissionvehicles andnewtechnologies.OneofthegreatestinnovationsisHybridElectricVehicle(HEV).Thehybridelectricvehicle consistsoftwoormoreenergysourcesfortotalpropulsionofthevehicle.Inthispaper,twoindependent propulsions,ICEandelectricmotorareindependentlyoperatedforcombinedeffortderivationintotalpropulsion ofthevehicle.TheCombinedeffortofICEandElectricmotorinpropellingthevehiclemoresuitableforcountry likeIndiaisbeinganalyzedinthispaper.TheICEwillbeactiveininitialpickupandelectricmotoractsas supportivepropulsionderiver.ThetestareachosenisMysoreCity,Indiainderivingthedrivingcycle. Keywords:HybridElectricVehicle,TwoWheelerHybridVehicle,HybridElectricScooter I.INTRODUCTION PROBLEMS,OBJECTIVE Theinventionofinternalcombustionengineis oneofthegreatestinventionsofmankind.The conventionalvehicles with ICE provide a good performance andlongoperatingrange. Howevertheyhave caused and continue to cause serious problems for poor fuel economy, environment pollution and human life.Reducing fuelconsumption and emissions is one ofthe most important goals ofmodern design.Thehybridization of a convectional combustion engine vehicle with an advanced electric motordrive may greatly enhance the overall efficiency and achievehigher fuelwith reduced emissions. Consideringtheurban status in India,a well organized and fuelefficientscooterhastobe designedanddeveloped. II. ELECTRICVEHICLEINGENERAL HEV are the vehicles with more than two energy sources are present. The major challenges for HEV design are managing multiple energysource,highlydependent on driving cycles, battery sizing andbattery management.HEV s take the advantages of electric drive to compensate the inherent weaknessofICE,namely avoiding the idling forincreasing thefuelefficiency and reduce emission during starting and speeding operations,touseregenerativebrakinginstead of mechanical braking during deceleration anddownslopedriving. HEVcanmeetcustomersneedandhasadded value but cost is the major issue. These vehiclesareofhighcostandcertainprogram should be supported by the specific governmentformarketingHEVs. TheHEVsareclassifiedinto two basickinds- series and parallel. Recently with introduction of some HEVs offering the featuresofbothseriesandparallelhybrids,the classificationhasbeenextendedtothreekinds- series, parallel and series-parallel. It is interestingtonotethatsomenewlyintroduced HEVscannot be classified into these three kinds. Hereby final classification involves series,parallel,series-parallel,complexhybrid. IIIDRIVINGCYCLEDEVELOPMENT The firststep in developing a driving cycle is to measure and record real driving behaviors. Theobtained data has to be analyzed in forming arepresentative cycle from real conditions. Theobtaineddatais classifiedindifferentsectionsbasedontraffic conditions IV. SPEEDSURVEYRECORDINGMETHODS1 The initialneed forthis work is to measure and record the vehicle speed. The measurement of speed is divided into two groups 1. Using the equipment provided in the vehiclelikespeedometer. 2.Usage ofsome additionalequipmentlike GPSsystem. V. CLASSIFICATIONOFTRAFFIC CONDITIONS Thetrafficcondition varies with respect to differentparts ofthe city.In classifying the trafficconditionsthe parameters used to be the average speed andpercentageofidletime foreachofthetrip.Thefourtraffic conditions based on the above criteria are asfollows 1. Congestedurban conditions:An average speedof6kmphto8kmphwithlow tohigh idletime. 2. Urban conditions:An average speed of 12kmphto 35kmphwithmoderateto low idletime 3. . Extra urban conditions: An average speed of40kmphwithlowidletime. 4. Highways:An average speed more than 40kmphwithverylow idletime. ANYALYSISOFTHERECORDEDDATA As the primary need for this work is to record thedata,the method ofrecording the speed is donethrough dynamometerprovided in the vehicle.Thetest vehicle is driven in stock condition through thegiventestrouteof Mysorecity,India.Thepropulsionisonlythrough ICErunningonpetrolfuel.Theroutechosenin thetestareaisasshownintheFigure.1. Figure1-DrivingRoutechoseninthetestarea(Ref.:GOOGLE MAPS) The following data are recorded by making the vehicle to travelin the selected route in anticlockwise direction from start pointmarked on the map.Therecordeddata is as given in table-1 The total distance covered in this trip is 3Km.Thetimetaken for covering this distanceis 272 seconds under moderate traffic condition. The speed-time curve is plotted for the above readings.The obtained speed-time curve is analyzedasquadrilateraltypeas Table-2 From the obtained average speed,itcan be concludedthat,theselectedtestareacomes2 under the category of Extra Urban traffic conditions. Table-3 shows the comparison between differentcycles based on statistical parameters. It can beconcluded thatthe obtained values of the currentcycle are much superior comparedtoother in terms ofacceleration,averagespeedandmaximum speed. Tabl-3 VI. DESIGNANDDEVELOPMENTOF ELECTRICSCOOTER Thedesignconceptisdevelopedfordriving ascooterwith individual wheels of the vehicle separatelypropelledwithdifferent sources.Therearwheelwillbecoupled to the vehicle as in before driven by ICE, whereas thefrontwheelis replaced with an electric motorin-wheeldrive driven by fiveDCbatteries.Thechosentestvehiclefor theanalysispurposeisKineticHondaY2K, made, two-stroke, continuously variable transmission, more suitable for testing purpose. For analysis, the mechanical arrangementswithrespecttosuspensionin thefrontwheelarebeingalteredasperthe requireddesignforholdingthemotorwheel Thecontrollerforthemotorisbeinginterfaced withthe motorspeed regulation.The speed controlling throttle is being interfaced through the motorcontrollercircuit.The motorusedhereis48V,250W,Ampere made hub motor.The controller for themotor is also Ampere made suitable for controlling thespecified motor.Thethrottleis an ampere made throttle for speed regulation of the specified motor.The inputto the motor is supplied byfive Exide made Electra lead-acid batterieseachof12V,20Ahthroughcontroller for testing purpose. Two independent propelling sources are being employed for obtainingtotalpropulsionofthevehicle. VIII. ANALYSISOFTHEDESIGN The hardware modelis developed forthe testingpurposeasdisplayedbelow. chosenforanalyzingthedesign.Thevehicleis driven in the testarea with both ICE and motorinrunningcondition forpropelling the vehicle.The observedparameters are given3 below in table 4.The drivingcycleanalysis remains the same as describe earlierin this paper. Thedesignedtestvehicleisanalyzedinthetest area route. The area considered for stock vehicle analysis in deriving the above driving cycleisthesamerouteTable-4 RESULT DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION Itisobservedthat,theICE inthisbuilthybrid electric vehicle is utilized for obtaining the propulsionofthevehicle from the rest, as the speed is increased; theelectric motor propulsion is combined with the ICE propulsion fortotalmovementofthe vehicle. The totaltorque obtained by both ICE and electric motor are synchronized for respective road gradient byvarying suitably the respective controllers utilized.Bydoing torquedistributionaccordingly,batterylifeper total charge can be enhanced in driving theelectric motor also minimizing the fuel required forICEpropulsion.Forthetestroute chosen,thevehiclein stock condition,eligible forgiving a mileage of35km (asobservedin stock driving),With this type ofarrangement, can enhance the mileage performance efficientlyby25%.Thethrottlewith respectto ICE was moderatelyinvolved in obtaining the propulsionduring the test run. The throttle involved in driving the electric motor was mutuallymadeinvolved withrespect to ICE throttle. Both motor torque and ICEtorque were responsible in propelling the vehicle during the test run.The torque distribution betweenICE and electric motor has to be enhanced bydesigning a suitable torque synchronizer. The shortbattery life issue relatedtopresentelectricbikescanbe solved implementing this technology. Also low- emission,electric / ICE mode ofoperations can be furtherenhanced in thisproject.The motor REFERENCS: 1 HabibaljedandAndreMIEZE„Aelectricvehiclemodel andadrivingcycleformaildeliveryuseEIGSIFrance 2 C.C.Chan and K.T.Chau,"Modern electric vehicletechnology"Oxforduniversitypress,New York,2001. 3 Behnam Ganji,AbbasZ.Kouzani,andH.M.Trinh, „Drivingcycle analysis ofthe performance ofhybrid electricvehilcles,Deakinuniversity,Australia. 4 M.Montazeri-GhandM.Naghizadeh,„Developmentof cardrivecycleforemissionandfueleconomy,Iran university ofscienceandtechnology,Iran 5 OpenshawTaylor,„Utilizationofelectricenergy. 6 Sanghpriya H.Kamble a,Tom V.Mathew b,*, G.K.Sharma,Developmentofrealworlddrivingcycle: case studyPune,India. 7 Yimin Gao and Mehrdad Ehsani,„Hybrid electricvehicle:overviewandstateoftheart,IEEE2005,4 June20- 23,CROATIA. 8 LeiWang,YongZhang,ChengliangYin,Minming Zhang,„Designandsimulationforaseries-paralledhybrid electricvehicle5...
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1.1 Identify the different reasons people communicate Communication is one of the most important aspects of working with others. There are many different reasons people communicate, but mainly it would be; -Building relationships: When meeting someone for the first time, you automatically use a form of communication to build a relationship with that person. This communication may be your body language or facial expressions, which begins to build the relationship with the other person. -Maintaining relationships: By continuously building your relationship with others using communication, you maintain a good relationship with them. -Gaining and sharing information: Communication is used at work in order to gain and share information, with professionals, colleagues, young people and their families. -Expressing needs and feelings: Communication is used to express our needs and feelings, and allowing others to do so too. 1.2 Explain how communication affects relationships in the work setting When working with people on a daily basis it is really important to establish good relationships with them. Working...
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