Confidence Interval Memo

  • Memo

    Memo To: From: Date: 10/30/2012 Re: Request for Funding of a Business Communications course I would like to request funding to participate in an upcoming class, Business Communications (GB512), at Kaplan University Online. As an employee of Lowe’s who cares about employee development and performance I have decided to do some research on performance management best practices that could be beneficial to the company as a whole. My ability to communicate better as a professional

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  • Self-Confidence

    what others think of me. My self esteem. I can't think clearly. I feel apathetic, feeling I won't achieve anything. The universe is against me. It comes and goes like the weather. Low self esteem. Being too self-conscious to take action. No confidence. Uses emotional outbursts as self defense. High self esteem (expanded version, try to refine it). Feeling good about my direction. Living with the emotional ups and downs of life. Being able to take action towards a positive future whenever I

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  • Self Confidence

    No Self Confidence - Boost Your Self Respect And Esteem To Move On In Life Having no self confidence affects your life. If you lack or have low confidence levels you can severely restrict what you do in life and the amount you enjoy things. Things become a pain. You can lack esteem and respect. You feel low and find it hard to pick yourself up. Your friends may say pick yourself up, but sometimes things are not so easy as they may think. When you lack or have little self confidence this affects

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  • Confidence

    something all nurses must respect and be aware of. So what is patient confidentiality and why is it so important? The Department of Health (2003) says “A duty of confidence arises when one person discloses information to another (e.g. patient to clinician) in circumstances where it is reasonable to expect the information will be held in confidence.” Confidential information (in the authors opinion as a healthcare student) includes but is not limited to information pertaining to an individual, e.g. name

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  • Memo

    Luis Cubilla ENG/221 Technical Writing Fundamentals Zachery Koppelmann January 28 2013 The organization of the memo from Hugh to Abram is partially organized. Hugh does not stray from his subject much and appears to stay on point with what he wants to address. The letter has an average format with a standard intro body and conclusion along with a signature which should be included in all e-mails. The clarity however leaves little to be desired for but at least Hugh admits that he does not

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  • Memo

    T.C. Memo. 2009-93 UNITED STATES TAX COURT THOMAS J. WOODY, Petitioner v. COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE, Respondent Docket No. 30077-07. Filed April 30, 2009. P alleges that during tax year 2004 he had a real estate investment and rental business. P deducted expenses associated with this activity as business expenses under I.R.C. sec. 162. R disallowed the business expense deductions. On the basis of this disallowance, R determined a deficiency in P’s Federal income tax for 2004. P petitioned

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  • Math 533 Project Part B Hypothesis Testing and Confidence Intervals

    Project Part B: Hypothesis Testing and Confidence Intervals a. The average (mean) annual income was less than $50,000 Null Hypothesis: The average annual income was greater than or equal to $50,000 H₀: µ > 50000 Alternate Hypothesis: The average annual income was less than $50,000. Ha: µ > 50000 Analysis Plan: Significance Level, α=0.05. Since the sample size, n > 30 I will use z-test for mean to test the given hypothesis. As the alternative hypothesis is Ha: µ > 50000

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  • Asaelf Confidence

    Your instructor’s name Course Date Developing Self-Confidence The difference between feeling petrified out of your wits and feeling irresistible describes what self-confidence is. According to William (37), one way of being happy and living a better life is increasing our self-confidence. Since developing self-confidence is not an instantaneous event, there are several steps one needs to take before he/she is able to fully develop their self confidence. This paper therefore looks at these steps and their

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  • Week 4 Discussion - Confidence Interval

    calculated in order to obtain a point estimate of the mean overpayment. The estimated mean is then extrapolated to the overpayment amount to the population of all 1,000 claims. Point Estimate vs. Interval Estimate To estimate population parameters, statisticians use sample statistics. For example, we use sample means to estimate population means and we use sample proportions to estimate population proportions. An estimate of a population parameter

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  • Confidence

    Confidence Confidence is a condition of the mind, not an instinctive trait. Confidence is a feeling that makes you think that you are capable of doing something with ease and calmness. Self confidence is something that helps lead to accomplishments. It is the first step to achievement and success. Even if you have a lot of abilities and a lot of knowledge, if you do not have self-confidence you cannot be a success. But, on the contrary, even if you have only average abilities and knowledge, if

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  • We Will Be Constructing Confidence Intervals for the Proportion of Each Color as Well as the Mean Number of Candies Per Bag.

    MAT 300 M&Ms® Project Part 3 (21 pts) We will be constructing confidence intervals for the proportion of each color as well as the mean number of candies per bag. You will use the methods of 6.3 for the proportions and 6.1 for the mean. For the Bonus, you will use the sample size formula on page 338. You can use StatCrunch to assist with the calculations. A link for StatCrunch can be found under Tools for Success in Course Home. Here is also a link:

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  • Memo

    Memo Date: December 1, 2012 To: All BUSAD 106 Students From: Instructor ------------------------------------------------- Subject: Reminder of Individual Report As I mentioned in last memo, each student is required to submit a businessresearch paper. This memo is reminding you that your individual report is due by one week ahead from this week. As you all know the main topic, you should be able to consider to some important steps as you need to complete your individual report. Some of

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  • Steel Lab Memo

    MEMO TO: Ingot Manufacturer FROM: DATE: November 12, 2012 SUBJECT: Cracks in the Steel Process With a sample of 5000 units, this company wanted to find out if the ingots they were making were up to par with what the airplane manufacturer wants. The plan manufacturer stresses that they will not use crack or flawed material, this is why the steel company wants to know if the product they are making is up to the standard. In this test, the goal is to determine if the defective product

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  • Memo

    SUBJECT: Important Risk Analysis: Assessment of Audit Risk The objective of this memo is to introduce the financial position of Hormel Foods Corp. and provide the general assessment of the company’s audit risk. The overall assessment of risk of material misstatement is moderate. This memo presents the potential high-risk areas as followings. Revenue Recognition GM’s major sources of revenue is manufacturing and marketing branded consumer foods sold through retail stores. It also supply branded

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  • The Interval

    AN INTERVAL Both House Director Pat Montesian and Don Gately’s A.A. sponsor like to remind him how the new Ennet House resident Geoffrey Day could be an invaluable teacher for him, Gately, as Staff. “So then at forty-six years of age I came here to learn to live by clichés” is what Day says to Charlotte Treat right after Randy Lenz asked what time it was at 0825. “To turn my will and life over to the care of clichés. One day at a time. Easy does it. First things first. Ask for help. Thy will not

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  • Confidence

    Confidence is the Key to Success Confidence. Some people are born with it, some have to work for it, and others do not know how to obtain it. It is something either one has or does not, but can always be accomplished over time. The question that many want answered it “what can I do to gain confidence?” I have learned that confidence is hard to achieve, but with friends, trust, and time it can be reached. The denotation of confidence is the “belief in oneself and one’s powers or abilities.”

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  • Memo

    time I read from now on. It amazed me how one essay can change the way someone can look at a piece of writing. Reading Wagner’s article on gave me confidence to use these techniques in my own writings in the near future. Writings like business proposals, emails and interactions with other companies and industries, and even memos like the one you are reading now. Immediately I knew you all would prosper from this information. As industrialists you will be making the big bucks because of

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  • Memo

    To: ​Mark Smith, Director of Human Resources From: ​Floyd Sea, Accounts/Receivable Coordinator Date: ​February 11, 2014 Subject: ​Request for Business Writing course Funding The purpose of this memo is to appeal for funding for Floyd Sea to attend a Business Communications course. As an Accounts/Receivable Coordinator this course will help improve my ability to record strong, concise, and effective messages in proficient method. Being a part of this course will afford me with a prospective

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  • Memo

    policy violation changes will be enforce affected immediately. This list is just the simple outline of the new changes for you to explain to your employees. There will be a more detailed company-issued policy memo covering all the issues sent to you in the upcoming weeks. Once you’ve received the memo, it must be posted up at each bureau in an area visible to employees to see. That is all for now, you all have a nice day!

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  • Self Confidence

    2013 How to Develop Self Confidence Self-confidence is defined as “the feeling of trust in one’s ability, qualities and judgment. Self-confidence is a very important part of life. Low self-confidence can lead to paralyzing of the brain and the body. When you have low self-confidence it is harder for you to make decisions because you have a lack of trust in yourself. The lack of trust in yourself can lead to failures or inability to achieve success. When we have self-confidence we feel reassured that

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  • Confidence

    Confidence is a key ingredient for a successful social life. I used to believe that the right amount of resources alone is enough to make a successful life. However how we utilize our resources requires confidence in ourselves and it can be the difference between a happy life and an irritated life. Being a shy person does not always attract a lot of attention and being left alone is not something most teenagers look forward to. I was not very confident in my school years and it didn’t help with my

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  • Memo

    The purpose of this memo is to explain the role of technical writing in professional sports, specifically the Colorado Avalanche Management and Team Services department. The information was gathered from an interview with Francois Giguere the former General Manager and Executive Vice President. Background Mr. Giguere previously worked as the Assistant General Manager and Vice President of Hockey Operations for the Colorado Avalanche and he also worked in the Quebec Nordiques organization before

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  • Interval Running

    produce unbelievable results. Wouldn’t you all agree?? Well I’m here to tell you that Interval Training is one of those methods. Today I will talk about what IT is, some of the great benefits and finally, how to get started, in hopes that you will want to try IT as part of your fitness plan and healthy lifestyle or at least arouse your curiosity about this training method. TOPIC 1: What is Interval Training? Interval training has been shown to be THE most effective cardiovascular training method for

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  • Confidence

    and conceited people tend to take a position and then proclaim, bluster, and totally disregard differing opinions or points of view. They know they're right--and they want (actually, they need) you to know it, too. Their behavior isn't a sign of confidence, though; it's the hallmark of an intellectual bully. Truly confident people don't mind being proven wrong. They feel finding out what is right is a lot more important than being right. And when they're wrong, they're secure enough to back down

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  • Confidence

    What is this?” I looked down and she was grabbing my tummy. I of course declared what she was doing. I tried to move away but in every direction I moved to she just wouldn’t stop. “Look at this fat”, is what I would hear over and over. My high confidence was shot down in an instance. I felt ugly and that once glorious image I had, had been erased and replaced by a Mrs. Potato head doll. I couldn’t believe my ears. My mom was ridiculing me. Although in her mind it wasn’t a big deal, in my mind

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  • Confidence

    true voice, being one of the latter, bursts to be heard, screaming, shouting, pounding, just to be given one chance to prove itself and come to the world’s defense. But without confidence and an empowering spirit, this voice cannot be unlocked from man’s guarded heart and released to be heard by all. Without confidence, man will forever remain encased in his shell, bowing down to ignorance and relenting to injustice as he is forced to weed the unfortunate gardens of conformity. Just close

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  • Customer Confidence

    Customer confidence issue: You're working the breakfast shift at a fast food restaurant when a delivery of dairy products arrives. There's a story in the local newspaper about contaminated milk that has been distributed by the dairy which has supplied a delivery of milk to your restaurant. When you read the article more closely, you discover that there's a problem with only a small portion of the dairy's milk, and the newspaper lists the serial numbers of the containers that are problems. When you

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  • Memo

    | | | |agendas. | |Memos |Most memos I have seen |Technical |Memos in my work place are very rare. The | | |used to inform the | |memos I have seen inform the readers of | | |reader of change being | |what is

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  • Memo

    Memo To: Recipient’s Name, Recipient’s Title Department of Defense Army National Guard From: Your Name, Your TitleSGT Jameka Samuel (Automated Logistic Specialist) CC: National Guard Bureau Name and title of individuals you want to copy in on your correspondence; if there are no courtesy copies, leave this line off Date: The date you are sending the memo19 June 2014 Subject: A clear subject line reflecting the focus of your document In need of a sponsor for writing

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  • Self Confidence

    energetic and purposeful? People with confidence, walk quickly. They have places to go, people to see, and important work to do. Even if you aren’t in a hurry, you can increase your self confidence by putting some energy in your step. Walking 25% faster will make to you look and feel more important. GOOD POSTURE Similarly, the way a person carries himself/herself tells a story. People with slumped shoulders and tired movements display a lack of self confidence. They aren’t enthusiastic about what

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  • Res 341 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment Final Conclusions Memo

    Final Conclusions Memo Get Tutorial by Clicking on the link below or Copy Paste Link in Your Browser For More Courses and Exams use this form ( ) Feel Free to Search your Class through Our Product Categories or From Our Search Bar ( ) Learning Team Assignment: Final Conclusions Memo Compute the confidence intervals of your data from

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  • Memo

    MEMO #1 Para: Gerente General De: Gerente de producción Asunto: Recomendación sobre política de cumplimiento de estándares razonables para trabajadores de contratistas extranjeros. Fecha: Jueves, 21 de mayo del 2015. El motivo de la presente es para dar mi recomendación sobre una de las políticas acerca del cumplimiento de estándares para los trabajadores de nuestros contratistas extranjeros. Pienso que es importante que como organización nos involucremos con los trabajadores de nuestros

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  • Memo

    Memo From ………………. To…………….. Date: January 21, 2015 Issue: Recording of advertising costs without considering accounting principle Mr…………. Determination of Facts of the situation: Preparation of financial statements for external use is my first responsibility as an employee of sporting goods chain. I need to prepare quarterly statements for the ending period June 30, 2005, which will be given to National Savings & Loan. CFO asked me to take advantage of the 1, 200, 000 cost of advertising

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  • Consumer Confidence

    Consumer Confidence Bloomberg Economic Calendar On 4/30/2013 at 10:00 AM, the Bloomberg Economic Calendar released the Consumer Confidence Index. The Conference Board “compiles a survey of consumer attitudes on the economy” and includes a survey of three thousand households across the country each month. Consumer confidence focuses on the household sector’s general perception of the economy. Consumer confidence “affects consumer spending decisions such that decreases in confidence might make

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  • Classroom Confidence

    CLASSROOM CONFIDENCE Brandi Evans William Woods University The dilemma in Keep a Classroom Confidence (, 2014) involves a teacher, Tom, having to make an ethical decision regarding placement of a student in his class. The student has some behavioral issues that at times disrupt the classroom. This classroom has great harmony and much involvement from the parents. Some parents in the class were encouraged by an active mother in the class to go to the superintendent to express

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  • Confidence

    What is confidence? How does one become confident? Will I ever be confident? Why am I not confident? All of these questions plus many more are asked all the time by people who do not think that they have confidence. When really in some way everybody has a little bit of confidence in them. To start, confidence is believing in your self in one way or another. Wether it is believing that you can complete a project given to you at work or even the smallest thing, it could be that you like your smile

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  • Confidence

    Ten Nonverbal Cues That Convey Confidence at Work Travis Bradberry Forbes You cannot avoid sending nonverbal messages to others; however, it is possible to train yourself to send the right ones. Here are ten nonverbal cues that convey confidence and credibility in the workplace. Good eye contact Eye contact is your primary tool for establishing nonverbal connections with others, says Darlene Price, author of Well Said! Presentations and Conversations That Get Results. “It communicates

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  • Stat 121: Writing Assignment 1 Confidence Intervals

    STAT 121: Writing Assignment 1 Confidence Intervals STAT 121: Writing Assignment 1 Confidence Intervals Confidence Intervals (12 points) Directions: Read the following article and answer each question completely but concisely. Be sure to save a copy of your work, and see the syllabus for submission details. (The spacing between the questions is not necessarily an indication of the expected response length

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  • Confidence

    Am Confidence In There are many personal motivations that I need to work on to be honest, but the two main ones are my confidence and managing my time. Sometimes I feel like I have no confidence in myself in whatever I’m doing so I tend to give up easily, not because I want to but the faith I have in myself is low so I can’t get the job done. To me people have more confidence in me which I find to be bad because I’m supposed to have confidence in myself not people having more confidence than

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  • Memo

    | Jing Li | Memo To: | Dr., Michael Wasylenko | From: | Jing Li | cc: | | Date: | April 15th 2013 | Re: | Annual Physical exams | | | Medical cost is one of the major soaring expenditure in the United States. Besides, the price of medical cost for annual physical is relatively expensive. Reducing medical cost by eliminating the annual physical cost in the United States has become a critical issue. Background of Medical costs Medical costs rate in the United States has grown

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  • Confidence

    you do? Why? All leaders have different values in their work; those little things that define their leadership. However, leaders value loyalty over almost everything and they don’t put up with someone that can’t keep confidences. I would keep the confidence of my employers. Friends are important but your integrity is more important. Once you have been trusted and found to be trustworthy, you will be trusted with much more next time. When your superiors find out that someone

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  • Confidence in Confidentiality

    Running Head: Confidence in Confidentiality Ashley Cox Confidence in Confidentiality HCS 335 October 3, 2011 An interesting article about medical confidentiality for patients strikes the attention of many more patients in the waiting room of Doctor Zains office. The article was in a column of the poplar waiting room magazine called, Counselor”. The magazine is said to be for the addiction type professionals. The article that seemed to get the most attention from patients is called

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  • Memo

    MEMO IE Business school Saturday, October 3rd 2015 Dear Santiago Iñiguez de Onzoño, My name is Sami and I have recently joined the MIM program for the September 2015 intake. I would like to constructively comment on the introductory weeks for this program and highlight some important details you may take into account for next year’s intake. I believe that this part of the program is very important and key to build a successful year ahead. First of all, I think that the 2 weeks

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  • Mat 510 Week 9 Dq Confidence Interval Latest

    MAT 510 WEEK 9 DQ CONFIDENCE INTERVAL LATEST To purchase this visit following link: Contact us at: SUPPORT@ACTIVITYMODE.COM MAT 510 WEEK 9 DQ CONFIDENCE INTERVAL LATEST “Confidence Interval” Note: Online students, please select one of the two subjects to discuss. • Use the Internet or Strayer Library to research articles on confidence interval and its application in business. Select one (1) company or organization

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  • Stat 121: Writing Assignment 1 Confidence Intervals

    STAT 121: Writing Assignment 1 Confidence Intervals To Buy this Class Copy & paste below link in your Brower Or Visit Our Website Visit : Email Us : STAT 121: Writing Assignment 1 Confidence Intervals STAT 121: Writing Assignment 1 Confidence Intervals (12 points) Directions: Read the following article and answer each question completely

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  • Stat 121: Writing Assignment 1 Confidence Intervals

    STAT 121: Writing Assignment 1 Confidence Intervals To Buy this Class Copy & paste below link in your Brower Or Visit Our Website Visit : Email Us : STAT 121: Writing Assignment 1 Confidence Intervals STAT 121: Writing Assignment 1 Confidence Intervals (12 points) Directions: Read the following article and answer each question completely

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  • Stat 121 Writing Assignment 1 Confidence Intervals

    STAT 121 Writing Assignment 1 Confidence Intervals STAT 121: Writing Assignment 1 Confidence Intervals (12 points) Directions: Read the following article and answer each question completely but concisely. Be sure to save a copy of your work, and see the syllabus for submission details. (The spacing between the questions is not necessarily an indication of the expected response length.) Journal

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  • Stat 121: Writing Assignment 1 Confidence Intervals

    STAT 121: Writing Assignment 1 Confidence Intervals To Buy this Class Copy & paste below link in your Brower Or Visit Our Website Visit : Email Us : STAT 121: Writing Assignment 1 Confidence Intervals STAT 121: Writing Assignment 1 Confidence Intervals (12 points) Directions: Read the following article and answer each question completely

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  • Conclusion Memo

    Final Conclusion Memo Team B: RES/341 Nov 10, 2011 * Introduction The research conducted provided information to support the team’s collaborative efforts to provide a cause for the wage disparity between men and women. Credible information such as, the U.S. Census Bureau has presented statistics on women’s and men’s earnings for several decades. By analyzing a series of data, it was feasible to understand the trends in the wages. According

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  • Project Part B: Hypothesis Testing and Confidence Intervals

    level of 0.05, there is enough evidence to support the claim that the average annual income was less than $50,000. Confidence Interval - minitab One-Sample Z The assumed standard deviation = 14.55 N Mean SE Mean 95% CI 50 43.48 2.06 (39.45, 47.51) The 95% upper confidence limit is 47.51. Since, 50.00 lies beyond the 95% upper confidence limit, we can support the claim that the average annual income was less than $50,000. b. The true population proportion

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