Examines 1st Cent. B.C. orator’s views on physical force as necessary political tool of the state.
Translator-historian Michael Grant notes in his introduction to the political speeches of the greatest of Roman orators, Cicero (106-43 B.C.), an ancestral atmosphere of violence casts a lurid light upon the savage chaos and vendetta which signalized these last moribund years of the Republic, and helped to make it inevitable that this once mighty institution should come to an end and be replaced by an autocracy (Grant 217). Violence permeated the times, and it permeated the minds of that era. Cicero, stoic humanist that he was, was no exception. He accepted violence as such a commonplace part of the human equation that he never considered questioning it. He did, however, set limits to the use of violence. This essay will consider some of those limits and the consistency with which Cicero applied them.
perform the ANOVA multivariable linear regression analysis using BMI as a continuous variable.
Describe how each characteristic is related to BMI. Are crude and multivariable effects similar? What might explain or account for any differences?
H0 The BMI is not related to the patient characteristics of Glucose, Angina, Stroke, CVD, and Hypertension in the Framingham Heart Study. (Null Hypothesis)
H1 The BMI is related to the patient characteristics of Glucose, Angina, Stroke, CVD, and Hypertension in the Framingham Heart Study. (Alternative Hypothesis). Two files are uploaded one for the Excel sheet and the other file is for the assignment requirements.