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Understanding and Dealing With the Causes of Work Inequity

In the United States, companies are required to follow equal employment opportunity laws. To ensure compliance with this legislation and to assure equal opportunity, companies try to employ people of various races, ethnicities, and genders. However, some companies also discriminate

The Pareto Distribution – What You Need to Know

The Pareto Distribution, named after the economic geographer, a sociologist, and statistician Vilfredo Pareto, describe a power-law distribution which is used frequently in describing many types of observed phenomena. In this article I’m going to explain what it is and

The Different Types of Multiplicative Factors

In mathematics, the multiple is the product of an even number and any multiple. Therefore, for odd numbers, we say that a is a multiple of x and for odd multiple x, that x is a multiple of x. When