Write a 3-5 page summary of materials covered in the Online Statistics Education: A Multimedia Course of Study. Explain how probability can be applied to decision making in public administration. In addition, explain the results achieved and knowledge gained by completing the questions and simulation exercises.
the bond of marriage considered holy in India which is breaking under the sheer pressure of demands faced by second-generation immigrants on an alien land. Shukumar and Shobha, a Bengali couple living in Boston are married for a while now. The “Temporary Matter,” in the story is that the electricity will be cut off an hour for the coming five days. For an instance, they keep on the games like telling one secret about each other in darkness. The darkness becomes the light of life. The darkness brought them nearer. They could share inner feelings during ‘Dark’ hours. Four nights go by and on the fifth day, it’s announced that there’ll be no further one-hour power cut. In spite of no power cut, Shukumar keeps lights off at eight p. m. and keenly waits for the game. Shobha switches on the light after dinner and announces that she’s going to live separately. Shocked, Shukumar then thinks of telling her a grave secret he kept from her, that she had given birth to a dead child. Shukumar told her the secret of their born-dead child. Shobha gets confused, turns off the lights and comes back to the dining table. She’s then joined by Shukumar and the story ends with the words; they wept together, for the things they now knew’ (Page 22, IoM). The story reveals the lack of communication in a marriage of second-generation an expatriate couple which resulted in the state of alienation for both. For Indians, marriage is joining together of two families based on belief, dedication and sacrifice for each other, but, for Americans, individual freedom is much more important than an integrated family. The Americanised Bengali couple displays the tendency of typical Diaspora where the characters carry different geographical identities with them. The story “The Treatment of Bibi Haldar,” also deals with the displacement and alienation in the native milieu. Bibi Haldar was an orphan since childhood and was diagnosed with epilepsy. She was staying with her relative in Calcutta, given a storage room on the roof that proves her pathetic condition as the text writes, ‘A space in which one could sit but not comfortably stand, featuring an adjoining latrine, curtain, one window without a grille, and shelves made from the panels of the old door’ (Page 159, IoM). The line, ‘When Mrs Sen said home, she meant India, not the apartment where she sat to ch>GET ANSWER