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Misunderstanding of a concept

Why do we make mistakes? The old adage that “nobody is perfect” is certainly true but we can LEARN from
our mistakes. Start to analyze your mistakes. By increasing your awareness of the type of mistakes that you
make the most often, you will begin to make them less often.
Conceptual Error: The error is due to a misunderstanding of a concept. Name the concept, at least to yourself.
For example, the concept might be finding the absolute value of a number. The process of naming the concept
will help you to find additional information about that concept and strengthen your understanding.
Calculation Error: In your judgment, you understood the concept or concepts involved but you made a
miscalculation. Name the type of calculation error. For example, a type of calculation error might be that you
applied the wrong rule for adding signed numbers or that you rounded the number incorrectly.
Transcription Error: The error resulted from miscopying of the problem or miscopying a portion of the problem
from one step to another. Identify the transcription error. For example, you may have copied the wrong problem
or copied part of one problem and part of another. Another common transcription error is to leave out a number
or sign as you copy from one line to the next.
Interpretation Error. We answer the wrong question or do not answer all the questions.We often find ourselves
anticipating what a problem is asking us to do without carefully reading the instructions. For example, you
might be asked to give the new amount in a percent increase problem instead of just the amount of increase.

  1. Identify the types of errors listed above that you make most often and what strategy you will use to minimize
    making this type of error in the future.
  2. What you have learned by analyzing your mistakes?

Sample Solution

For the purpose of this EPQ the accurate definition of abuse, sexual abuse and sexual harassment need to be clarified. There are endless definitions of abuse available on the internet, dictionaries and thesauruses, however for the purpose of this piece of work I have chosen a simple, common-sense explanations from various sources: Abuse: (verb) “Treat with cruelty or violence, especially regularly or repeatedly”. Sexual Abuse: Sexual abuse is any sort of non-consensual sexual contact. Sexual abuse can happen to men or women of any age. Sexual abuse by a partner/intimate can include derogatory name calling, refusal to use contraception, deliberately causing unwanted physical pain during sex, deliberately passing on sexual diseases or infections and using objects, toys, or other items (e.g. baby oil or lubricants) without consent and to cause pain or humiliation. Harassment: the act of systematic and/or continued unwanted and annoying actions of one party or a group, including threats and demands. To progress this topic relevant data sources will be considered to produce a balanced and logical discussion around the chosen title. Such sources will include historical information, material and evidence through to more contemporary facts and data. Theories and concepts as to why, in the past, women felt unable to come forward to report such dreadful crimes against them and why, in more recent times, women have felt more confident in raising awareness to such degrading crimes. Discussion. Historically, the crimes of sexual abuse and sexual violence have been found to date back

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