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Monday, September 7, 2015

How HWA's Solution Library Works, your favorite online tutoring organization is back with yet another service for students. Solution Library, a repository of solutions covered a wide range of subjects including Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Biology, Nursing, Statistics, Computer Science, Corporate Strategy, Accounting, Finance, Economics, Marketing, Human Resources, Operations Management, Supply Chain Management, Law, Sociology, Political Science, History, Religion, English and many more subjects. These solutions are mainly useful for college, undergraduate and university students for reference.

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Our Solution Library contains over 10000 solutions from the above mentioned subjects and more. There are a range of solutions to look for at our Solution Library. We have solutions ranging from multiple choice questions, short answer questions to essay answers, simple case studies to complex case studies from reputed universities such as the Ivy League and Harvard Universities.

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Our solutions have been carefully prepared by our tutors who are highly qualified and well placed professionals. Our tutors have earned their Masters and PhD degrees from some of the reputed Universities in the United States including the Ivy League. These solutions have carefully been reviewed for errors or mistakes that might’ve crept in. Only after making doubly sure that a solution is free from any errors, we put it up for sale. Hence, the solutions are of top-notch quality.


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Our Solution Library has numerous features to offer for students.

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  • Wide range of solutions: Our Solution Library contains a wide range of solutions ranging from short answer questions, long answer or essay questions, caselets and case studies from reputed universities, etc. This wide range makes it easier for students to study and prepare for exams.
  • Highest quality and lowest price possible: The solutions in our Solution Library have been priced keeping in mind an average student’s expenses. Hence, they have been designed to be very low and yet to retain good quality. We do not compromise on quality of our solutions. As mentioned earlier, our tutors are highly educated professionals with years of experience in their respective domains. 
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  • What if you don’t find the solution: Even after searching, if you are not able to find the desired solution, you can simply drop a mail to us and our representatives will once again search for the solution and will send you the solution. If we don’t have the solution at hand, we will prepare the solution and deliver it to you within 12 hours.
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Friday, September 12, 2014

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Monday, June 9, 2014

Summer tips for college students

Summer time is here and most students can be seen making plans or already have made plans to spend their summer break. Some students could plan about going on a fun trip, while others might just plan to spend the time preparing for the coming academic year, while others might want to go to their parents’ place for a change. In any case, the idea of most students is that summer time shouldn’t be idled off. Nevertheless, the idea of not to idle away summer time is good, but how you want to spend the summer time is the question.

Well, here are some tips for students on how to spend their summer break.

Fun trips can be pretty expensive: The brighter side of fun trip with friends is that you get to go to new places and experience many new things. But the downside is that fun trips can be pretty expensive, especially for students who are on a tight budget. So, if you’re planning to go somewhere, just for a change, try going to your parents’ place. One bright side is that your parents and your siblings will be happy to see you and you could be relieved of spending money and have a chance to save some. After all, you’re visiting your family, right?

Look for a summer-time job: A summer break can last from one or one and a half months to two months. During this time, you could opt for a part-time job. You can earn some money which will be useful in the coming months. You can, with little persuasion find a job near your place. Be it working in a store, or in a small office, work as a salesman, etc. You could do it. Leaving the money part, the experience that you can gain can last for a life-time.

Start your own business: Remember the saying, “if you’re good at something, then don’t do it for free”. If you are really good at something like a skilled and passionate musician, a good singer, good workmanship, good at selling things, good programming skills, one who can impart knowledge, etc.  Then perhaps, you could start your own business. You don’t need a formal office setup, you could manage from your garage or from your dorm room. Even the investment required will be very small. If you want to make cash from your skills, then the investment can also be negligible. 

Follow an interest: Every person has one or more interests in life which keep intriguing him or her. If you have such interests, then perhaps, this is the time to start pursuing your interests. Whether learning music or arts, or theatre, sports, etc. you could give your best shot. 

Volunteer for a cause: Volunteering for services can also be a very good way to spend summer break time. Serving for a cause can be a great thing and it can give you lot of satisfaction, an emotion which obviously money can’t buy. There could be many such community service providers who are waiting for volunteer help and they’ll be happy to take your services.

Read some good books: Reading is perhaps one of the best addictions, as they say. It’s a good thing that you spend your time and money on this habit, instead of wasting time on video games. A good book is the best companion, that you could ever think of. Take up the habit of reading.

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Tuesday, April 2, 2013

World Autism Awareness Day

World Autism Awareness Day aims to increase people's awareness about people, especially children, with autism. The day often features educational events for teachers, health care workers and parents, as well as exhibitions showcasing work created by children with autism.

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Friday, January 20, 2012

Enterprise Integration with XML, Web Services and SOA

In most of today’s enterprises, we can observe that there are many hundreds of applications, each application being different from other application in one way or the other. Most of these applications are developed by third party. For a standard to be evolved, all these applications must be integrated for easy communication between different departments using different applications.

There is a need for standardizing business applications because even well established ERP applications have not been able to provide all the functions in an enterprise. Instead of using just one application, using multiple applications will give an option of using the best applications in different categories which can improve the productivity of the business. But maintaining several applications simultaneously can be difficult for any enterprise. So, there is a need for enterprise integration. While pursuing enterprise integration, there are issues such as multiple applications being run on multiple operating system platforms. Enterprise integration help can availed by applying certain principles.

XML, web services and SOA or Service Oriented Architecture were introduced to do the job of enterprise integration. Enterprise integration with XML, web services and SOA has been successful to a significant extent after they were introduced. Their introduction has been pioneered as a very important step toward enterprise integration.

Back in the year 2003, a concern about the Microsoft monopolizing on the transfer of computer documents. So, internationally there was a concern to create a language that could easily and quickly help in transfer of documents. Thus, XML was developed.

XML is closely related to HTML. However, there are differences between the two. Where HTML’s majority of focus rests on presentation, XML’s major focus is on providing information content. XML is an extensible language, where as HTML is not.

Service Oriented Architecture and Web Services on the other hand have also been useful in integrating enterprises. Before they are implemented, Service Oriented Architecture and web services must be understood. The process of building Service Oriented Architecture and web services must be initiated.

Web Services, if they are integrated well with the service orientation can answer well the challenge of enterprise integration. With the help of web services, not only integration is possible, but also an ERP application can be developed.

Service orientation has features such as

  • Minimal dependence on other services is required. Only an awareness of other services is required.
  • The service architecture is encapsulated and it can control its own logic.
  • Service orientation can be reused
  • Additional services can be added to them from time to time

With Service orientation the following advantages can be realized

  • Improvement in integration and interoperability
  • Can be reused inherently
  • Architecture and solutions are streamlined
  • XML standardization is possible
  • Better alternative to standard ERP solutions

Integration of enterprise with XML, web services and SOA has been proven to be successful in many organizations. Today, these organizations have been able to reduce costs to a significant level.

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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

The Pareto Chart Help in Statistics

The Pareto Chart is based on The Pareto principles of Italian Economist Vilfredo Pareto in 19th centaury. The Pareto principles state that the most effects are the result of relatively of few causes that is, 80 % of effects come from 20 % of the possible causes. Materials, raw materials and operators can be taken as example.

The Pareto Chart: The Pareto chart can also be known as, the Pareto diagram. There can be two types of Pareto Charts such as, a weighted Pareto chart or a comparative Pareto Chart. A Pareto chart is a special bar graph, where the lengths are represented by frequency or cost, time or money that are arranged with the longest bars on the left and the shortest to the right side. Thus, a chart visually exhibits the relative importance of problems or conditions.

Today in the subject of Statistics, Pareto Chart is of a great importance.

Here are the few steps involved in constructing a Pareto Chart:

· The problem to be analyzed is defined and to identify the different potential causes.

· Decide which criterion to use when comparing the possible causes such as, how often the different causes occur, their consequences or costs.

· Define the time interval during which data will be collected and carry out the data collection for the selected criterion.

· Place the causes from left to right on the horizontal axis of the chart, in descending relative importance. Rectangle lines are drawn to represent the heights.

· It is necessary to mark the data value on the left vertical axis and the percentage value on the right and a curve of cumulative is drawn along the top edges of the rectangles.

An illustration is given below to explain the use of a Pareto Chart:

This illustration explains how a Pareto Chart works. Many studios around the world make televisions commercials. One studio specialized in shooting ads starring cats. Lately, many factors took place for the delay of the commercial such as, lack of equipment, technical problems with audio and video, rework of scripts and misbehaving cats.

Causes of Cat distress Time lost due to the cause Total time lost due to the cause

Not been fed 4, 3, 5, 2, 5, 3 22

Not been cuddled 3, 3, 5, 3 14

Studio too cold 9, 2, 4, 6, 4, 5 30

Too much noise 20, 15, 35, 20, 9, 16 115

Smell of previous cat still present 41, 68, 39, 60, 29, 52, 19, 8 316

Surface to sit/lie on not appealing 2, 4, 1 7

The above given details can also be explained with a graphical example.

Time lost (Minutes) Cumulative % time lost