Lincoln Square Fieldwork Assignment Walk down to Lincoln Square on a Sunday afternoon, and you will find yourself immersed in a world without problems. At least that is how it looks from the outside, just observing. People walk around with their families, pushing strollers or walking their dogs, conversing with each other and taking the time to talk to people they meet. You see nice cars and beautiful houses, restaurants and patios, library and cinema, the Old Town school of Music, Lillstreet
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will calculate the number of square feet (living space) in a 4-room house. Problem Analysis In this Program , the aim is to calculate the square feet of a 4 –room house So we need to know each room’s length and breadth, then calculate each room’s area and the find the sum of those Area of Room1=length1*breadth1 Area of Room2=length2*breadth2 Area of Room3=length3*breadth3 Area of Room4=length4*breadth4 Total Number of Square Foots = Area of Room1+ Area of Room2+ Area of Room3+ Area of Room4
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Area of a Square The area of a square is given by the formula: Width × Height For example………… Calculating the Area of a Square The area of a square can be found by multiplying the base times itself. This is similar to the area of a rectangle but the base is the same length as the height. If a square has a base of length 6 inches its area is 6 6=36 square
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A. Historical Background: Square is one of the well-known companies in Bangladesh. At present it has a huge number of products and it has employees more than 12000.Square pharmaceutical is a sister company of square group of industries. Mr. Samson H Chowdhury is the founder of this company. In 1952, he started a small pharmacy in Ataikula village, which is about 160 km off capital Dhaka in the northwest part of Bangladesh. Then he ventured into a partnership pharmaceutical company with three of
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A Square with More than Four Unique Points Society utilizes a certain area depending on elements such as architecture and its aesthetic qualities. Harvard Square, located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is no different. Centrally located within Harvard University, it is evident the Square mimics the university’s attractive Georgian architecture. Other influential characteristics can be seen in the Square’s efforts for preservation, like Out of Town News, which gives the Square its own local character
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the keywords that form the loop EX: In the example above, employees whose grossPay is less than 100 do not have any deduction. TASK LIST: Read name, hourly rate, hours worked, deduction rate Compute gross, deduction, net pay Is gross >= 100? YES: calculate deduction NO: no deduction Write name, gross, deduction, net pay PSEUDOCODE: READ name, hourlyRate, hoursWorked grossPay = hourlyRate * hoursWorked IF grossPay >= 100 deduction = grossPay * deductionRate ELSE deduction = 0 ENDIF netPay = grossPay
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Area is a quantity that expresses the extent of a two-dimensional surface or shape, or planar lamina, in the plane. Area can be understood as the amount of material with a given thickness that would be necessary to fashion a model of the shape, or the amount of paint necessary to cover the surface with a single coat.[1] It is the two-dimensional analog of the length of a curve (a one-dimensional concept) or the volume of a solid (a three-dimensional concept). The area of a shape can be measured
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“T-Square” Ni Jian Carlo M. Gamboa Noong ika-22 ng Pebrero, unang beses kong naiwan ang aking T-square (isa sa mga pantulong na gamit sa pagdodrawing). Eh ito pa naman ay isa sa pinakaimportanteng bagay na kinakailangan kong dalhin tuwing may Drawing (isa sa mga subjects na kailangang ipasa para matawid ang kursong Inhinyeriya) kami. Ayon, naiinis ako sa sarili ko sa pag-iwan nung bagay na ‘yon. Kaya nag-isip ako kung kanino ako pwedeng manghiram ng T-square. Pagdating ko sa school, gumawa
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TRADING AREA EVALUATION PROCESS The fundamental problem of any trading area evaluation is to answer twovery significant questions namely, (1) What is the total amount of business atrading area can generate now and in the future? and (2) What share of the total business can a retailer in a given location expect to attract? In fact, there is 'nostandardised trading area evaluation process. However, most of the evaluation procedures use the concepts of "trading area adequacy" and the "trading area potential"
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* Economic Responsibility * Legal Responsibility * Ethical Responsibility * Discretionary responsibility Objective of the Report The objective of the term paper is to highlight the corporate social responsibilities by comparing Square group and ACI group. It will enlighten the csr activities which are done by the two groups of companies for the development of society as well as improving the quality of life. Methodology of Study: We actually went through many phases for research
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Executive Summary SQUARE today symbolizes a name – a state of mind. But its journey to the growth and prosperity has been no bed of roses. From the inception in 1958, it has today burgeoned into one of the top line conglomerates in Bangladesh. Square Pharmaceuticals Ltd., the flagship company, is holding the strong leadership position in the pharmaceutical industry of Bangladesh since 1985 and is now on its way to becoming a high performance global player. SQUARE today is more than just an
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SQUARE Have you heard about the new “Square”? As in, “Are we square?” It’s a new square-shaped gizmo that gives people a way to accept credit card payments on their iPhone, iPad, or Android. It was invented by Jack Dorsey, the founder of Twitter, a guy who knows something about new ideas that catch on with people carrying cell phones. Prior to this, really only business owners could accept credit card payments. A standard credit card machine costs several hundred dollars, and credit card processing
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the length is longer than the width. This rectangular has length 4m for each side and width 3m for each side. Now, the program will be written by using functions that calculates the area and perimeter of a rectangular. Analysis: For the space problem, we need to output the area of the following variables: + Name of the area is calculated, GetArea (as string) + The length of rectangular, LenRec (as float) + The width of rectangular, WidRec (as float) + The total length
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Linear Least Squares Suppose we are given a set of data points {(xi , fi )}, i = 1, . . . , n. These could be measurements from an experiment or obtained simply by evaluating a function at some points. You have seen that we can interpolate these points, i.e., either ﬁnd a polynomial of degree ≤ (n − 1) which passes through all n points or we can use a continuous piecewise interpolant of the data which is usually a better approach. How, it might be the case that we know that these data points should
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Executive summary: SQUARE today symbolizes a name – a state of mind. But its journey to the growth and prosperity has been no bed of roses. From the inception in 1958, it has today burgeoned into one of the top line conglomerates in Bangladesh. Square Pharmaceuticals Ltd., the flagship company, is holding the strong leadership position in the pharmaceutical industry of Bangladesh since 1985 and is now on its way to becoming a high performance global player. SQUARE today is more than just an organization
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Unit 2 Assignment 1 Calculate the Window of Vulnerability There are four parts to be considered when calculating the WoV. These four parts are the Discovery-Time, Exploit-Time, Disclosure-Time, and Patch-Time. All four of these must be looked at and evaluated as a part of calculating the amount of time that the server will be vulnerable for. Discovery Time is the earliest date that vulnerability is discovered and recognized to pose a security risk. The discovery date is not publicly known until
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Name: Clarence Loveless Class/Section: CMIS102 Professor Name: Nickolas Pitocco Assignment due date: 13 Sept 13 Problem definition: Calculate the usable area in square feet of house. Assume that the house has a maximum of four rooms, and that each room is rectangular. A. Problem Analysis 1. What is the usable living area of 4 room house (output) 2. What is the length of room 1 (length1) - input 3. What is the width of room 1 (width2) – input
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Demo Speech November 2, 2010 Topic: Magic square personal yantra Specific Purpose Statement: By the end of my speech, my audience will know how to make their own personal yantra by way of a magic square. Thesis Statement: Knowing your personal yantra is an interesting way to gain insights of your character and life’s path. I. Introduction A. Attention- Getter: Who hasn’t wondered, what is the purpose of life? 1. Who hasn’t thought to themselves, what will my life be like in the future
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Fowler Class/Section: CMIS 102 Section 6385 Professor Name: Marie Arvi Assignment due date: 6 January 2014 Problem definition: Calculate the usable area in square feet of house. Assume that the house has a maximum of four rooms, and that each room is rectangular. A. Problem Analysis: What is the required output? Total square footage of a house (in square feet) What is the necessary input? Room 1, 2, 3, and 4 length and width. How will we obtain output from input? Each room length and
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| FunctionsIn this homework, you will design a program to perform the following task:Write a program, using functions, that calculates the area and perimeter of a rectangle whose dimensions (Length and width) are provided by a user. Assume the rooms are rectangular and that the user can enter from 1 to 10 rooms for the house. Also calculate and display the total area and total perimeter (i.e. the sum of the perimeters) of the house. Note: this is very similar to Assignment 1 and you can reuse
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Clients Services Career Online resources Contact Us Here you are: The Lawyers & Jurists > resources > Industries > Supply Chain Management SYSTEMS of SQUARE PHARMACEUTICALS LTD. Supply Chain Management SYSTEMS of SQUARE PHARMACEUTICALS LTD. view with images and charts Supply Chain Management SYSTEMS of SQUARE PHARMACEUTICALS LTD. Introduction: Formally designed Commercial Department has been renamed as “Supply Chain Management” (SCM) in Mid July 2007. When only one Manager
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Parvez M Chowdhury Analyst: Pharmaceuticals and Consumer Goods parvez@bracepl.com Square Pharmaceuticals DSE: SQURPHARMA Bloomberg: SQUARE:BD 52-week Price Range (BDT) Current Price 12-month Target Price Cash Dividend BDT Total Return Number of Shares MM Free Float Average daily volume MM BDT BDT mn Net Sales Ops Income Net Income Margins Gross Margin Operating Margin Net Margin Growth Revenue Growth Operating Profit Growth Net Profit Growth Per Share BDT EPS Dividend Book Value/Share Cashflow
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Problem definition: Calculate the usable area in square feet of house. Assume that the house has a maximum of four rooms, and that each room is rectangular. A. Problem Analysis – Following the directions in the assignment, clearly write up your problem analysis in this section. Description: The program first accepts the number of rooms. Then for each room the dimensions are taking (Length and Width). With all the dimensions recorded for each room, Area is calculated as Length by Width, using
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Running Head: Calculate Convexity Calculate Convexity Leann Joseph Southern New Hampshire University Author Note: This short paper was done as an assignment in fulfillment of the requirements for: Southern New Hampshire University’s FIN 645 Analytical Tools in Portfolio 14TW3 Running Head: Calculate Convexity 3-2 Assignment Using an Excel spreadsheet, calculate the convexity for the two bonds you selected for the Module Two Assignment. Conduct an analysis of their duration and
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will calculate the usable area in square feet of a four bedroom house. Analysis: In building this program, I need it to efficiently calculate the total usable area of an entire four bedroom house. In order to do this, the program first needs to calculate the dimensions of each room. Once it has found the total area for each room, the program can then add the four room dimensions to arrive at the total usable area for the entire house. The calculations should look like this: Total usable area = (l*w)
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ANALYSIS: 9 Management: 10 Management Committee: 11 Traditional HR planning followed by SQUARE textile to gain the competitive advantage 13 Recruitment and Selection process in SQUARE 13 Source of recruitment 14 1. Internal source 14 2. External source 15 Selection Process at Square 17 Performance Appraisal 20 Sample of job analysis of SQUARE: 25 Job Design. 26 Organizational considerations for job design 26 Technological Considerations
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Tiananmen Square Conflict 241 people dead, and 7,000 wounded those were the numbers given by the Chinese government after the violence during the Tiananmen Square conflict in 1989. A more modern example of when a government turns its troops on protesters can be compared to the youth revolt in France in 2006. In France there were students protesting a labor bill that they believed to be unfair and in the case of the Tiananmen square conflict students and residents both protested because they believed
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Khattab A. 1/23/2015 Program Description: The objective of this program is to calculate the square footage of a house with up to 3 rooms. The program will ask the user to enter the width and length of each room in feet. The expected output will multiplying the length and width of each room and then summing the square footage of each room to yield the total square footage of the house. Program name: House Square Footage calculator Analysis: We will use sequential statements All variables will
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Square Textile Ltd. started its operation in 1997. It was enlisted in Dhaka Stock Exchange & Chittagong Stock Exchange in 2002. The business lines of Square Textile Ltd. Are manufacturing and marketing of yarn. Its factory is located in Gazipur , Dhaka. The manufactures 100% Cotton Ring Span Yarn or Hosiery , 100% Cotton OE Rotor For Hosiery and Knit Fabrics for 100% export oriented readymade Garments Industry. The strategic Goals and Objectives of the Company are to strive hard
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Square operates in the mobile payment market primarily in the US. The participants in the market are trying to provide their customers with an easy way to make payments in store with the use of credit cards or mobile phones or any other means. Previously, it was the financial institutions that determined which technology to use, however nowadays the competition within the market is high and many different approaches to mobile payments have emerged leaving a high uncertainty on which of the market
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Nathan Worling Z5057106 ZEIT8303 PROJECT MANAGEMENT BODY OF KNOWLEDGE Federation Square Project Designed by Donald Bates and Peter Davidson – LAB Architecture Studio Opened 26th of October 2002 Estimated cost - $473 million NATHAN WORLING -‐ Z5057106 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY .................................................................................. 3 2 INTRODUCTION .................
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OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT AT SQUARE FASHION LTD 1.0 INTRODUCTION Operations Management (OM) is defined as the design, operation and improvement of the systems that create and deliver the firm’s primary products and services. A business education is incomplete without an understanding of modern approaches to managing operations. Operations management provides a systematic way of looking at organizational processes. The concepts and tools of OM are widely used in managing other functions of a business
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questionnaire for interview, set strategic pay plan and benefits and Services (Safety and Health) for a particular job post with the help of supervisor and HR manager of any company. We have chosen Square Pharmaceutical Ltd and the job post on which we have prepared our report is Medical Promotion Officer. We visited Square Pharmaceuticals Limited. There we appointed with Mr. Younus Ali (Sr. Manager, HRD) and Mr. Tamim Ahsan( Territory officer in Dhaka region). They were very cordial and helpful to us share
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worked properly. The purpose of the script is to calculate the area of 4 individual rooms and ultimately get an output with the over all usable area. The thought process behind my code was first under the assumption that all four rooms in the house were either a square or rectangular in shape. With that in mind, and also the fact that I have never written anything other than Hello, World!, I researched multiple ways to create an “area of a rectangle or square” C language algorithm and experimented with
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Acknowledgement The internship opportunity I had with SQUARE TEXTILES was a great chance for learning and professional development. Therefore, I consider myself as a very lucky individual as I was provided with an opportunity to be a part of it. I am also grateful for having a chance to meet so many wonderful people and professionals who led me though this internship period. Bearing in mind previous I am using this opportunity to express my deepest gratitude and special thanks to the MD of [Company
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Assignment 1 - Hip to be Square Sonal Rewanwar Answer 1: The shift into the new mobile payment market started mainly with the advancements in wireless connectivity. The availability of cheap and readily available cellular and WiFi connectivity gave merchants an option to move from the restrictive and geographically limited wired point of sales. The major contributors to this shift were the four payment services using mobile payments that sprung up, namely, 1. 2. 3. 4. Premium Mobile
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联系方式： 电话：021－33926711 2-156 邮箱：training@gfedu.net 100% Contribution Breeds Professionalism 前导课程大纲 CFA一级框架结构 金 金程服务平台及百题分析报告 务 台 析 计算器使用 财务前导 3-156 100% Contribution Breeds Professionalism CFA 考试知识点及其比重 TOPIC AREA LEVELⅠ LEVELⅡ LEVEL Ⅲ Ethical and Professional Standards (total) 15 10 10 Quantitative Methods 12 5-10 0 Economics 10 5-10 0 Financial St t Fi i l Statement A l i t Analysis 20 15-25 15 25
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Background Square Group is one of the most renounced pharmaceutical companies in Bangladesh. This group inaugurated their journey through Square firm in 1958. This is the first medicine exporting firm in the country. It’s contributing to the national economy by exporting medicine from 1987 to till now. Square group is no longer confined to medicine production. They have diversified their activities. In 1988 they established Square Toiletries. In 1997 they established Square Textiles. In 2000
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Options for Square: Organic Growth Rewards • Continued Growth • Huge Unserved & Underserved market • Focus on core value dx and competency Risks • Might not be enough new customers to sustain growth • Already have scooped up early adopters • Risk being driven out by new disruptive technology • Highly imitable – startups and new entrants can copy • Organic Growth tends to push sustaining technologies upward relative to performance demanded by low end of market Reactions from Competitors
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a four-wheeler. “Later on, we did calculate that it would be three times that of owning a motorcycle,” added the competitor. Add issues of parking space, road width, and security of the vehicle. “You have to understand that the average two-wheeler fellow lives a very humble existence, probably in spaces where the car would not even reach his doorstep,” said the competitor. This is a genuine concern in India, given that the streets and sub-streets in many areas are very narrow, particularly in
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evaluation. Considering these three factors I felt that SQUARE Group of Company is really such a good organization in my country. Overview of the Organization: Square today is more than just an organization, it is an institute. It symbolizes a name- a state of mind. But its journey to the growth & prosperity has been no bed of roses. From the inception in 1958, it has today burgeoned into one of the top line conglomerates in Bangladesh. Square Pharmaceuticals Ltd, the flagship company is holding
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purpose of my project is to find out two things about students at my school: 1. Is hair related to eye color? 2. Is favorite color related to favorite ice cream flavor? I took a survey of students, and used the chi square (χ2) statistic to see if the data is related. The χ2 statistic showed that hair color and eye color are related, but favorite color and favorite ice cream flavor are not related. Purpose: To use statistics to find out two things about students
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Crosstabulation & Chi Square Robert S Michael Chi-square as an Index of Association After examining the distribution of each of the variables, the researcher’s next task is to look for relationships among two or more of the variables. Some of the tools that may be used include correlation and regression, or derivatives such as the t-test, analysis of variance, and contingency table (crosstabulation) analysis. The type of analysis chosen depends on the research design, characteristics of the
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Name: Ronald McFarland Assignment due date: 04/01/2012 Problem definition: Calculate the usable area in square feet of house. Assume that the house has a maximum of four rooms, and that each room is rectangular. A. Problem Analysis – Following the directions in the assignment, clearly write up your problem analysis in this section. In this program the overall goal is to obtain the usable area in square feet in a house. The results or overall goal would be considered the required output
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Romero Assignment due date: April 1, 2012 Assignment: Calculate the usable area in square feet of house. Assume that the house has a maximum of four rooms, and that each room is rectangular. 1) Problem analysis This Program is intended to compute the area of a house composed of four rectangular rooms. Indeed, for this problem, we need to output the value of the total area of the house after finding and summing the areas of each room. For this to be possible, we will define output and
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CHI-SQUARE TEST - ANALYSIS OF CONTINGENCY TABLES David C. Howell University of Vermont The term ”chi-square” refers both to a statistical distribution and to a hypothesis testing procedure that produces a statistic that is approximately distributed as the chi-square distribution. In this entry the term is used in its second sense. PEARSON’S CHI-SQUARE The original chi-square test, often known as Pearson’s chi-square, dates from papers by Karl Pearson in the earlier 1900s. The test serves both
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Chapter 23 Chi-Square Tests 23 Chi-Square Procedures The Chi-Square Formula The Chi-Square Critical Value Chi-Square Goodness of Fit Test Chi-Square Test of Independence Cautions in Using Chi-Square Dr. Helen Ang studied the relationship between predominant leadership style and educational philosophy of administrators in Christian colleges and universities for her Ed.D. dissertation in 1984.1 Leadership Style was a categorical variable with the following five levels (with percentages
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will calculate the number of square feet (living space) in a 4-room house. Problem Analysis In this Program , the aim is to calculate the square feet of a 4 –room house So we need to know each rooms length and breadth , then calculate each rom’s area and the find the sum of those Area of Room1=length1*breadth1 Area of Room2=length2*breadth2 Area of Room3=length3*breadth3 Area of Room4=length4*breadth4 Total Number of Square Foots = Area of Room1+ Area of Room2+ Area of Room3+ Area of Room4
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CHI-SQUARE TEST Adapted by Anne F. Maben from "Statistics for the Social Sciences" by Vicki Sharp The chi-square (I) test is used to determine whether there is a significant difference between the expected frequencies and the observed frequencies in one or more categories. Do the number of individuals or objects that fall in each category differ significantly from the number you would expect? Is this difference between the expected and observed due to sampling error, or is it a real difference? Chi-Square
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Contents Chapter 1 Introduction & Methodology ................................................................. 1 1.1 Introduction..................................................................................................... 1 1.1.1 Square Textiles Ltd. at a glance................................................................. 1 1.2 Objective of the study ...................................................................................... 11.3 Methodology ......................
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