Open Question: Would my child be entitled to
Hi, in March my son was hit in a school changing room from behind with a football boot (multiple witnesses) in an unprovoked incident and couldn t see properly out of his eye for over a week, after going to hospital he has the possibility of cataracts and blindness in the eye in later life.The teachers were aware of boys messing in the changing rooms before and took little to no action about it. I believe the school has failed my childs safety. My question is would I have a case against my childs school?
Posted on 7 August 2017 | 11:22 am
Open Question: 10 points help
While a mother
While a mother comforts her teething 8.5-month-old child, she begins to wonder when the baby’s first tooth will come. After all, the screaming has to stop some time.
Based on the mean age of a child’s first tooth is 0.629 years and the standard deviation is 0.154 years, the Range Rule of Thumb shows us that this is clearly NOT unusual (Statistics courtesy of Holly Smith, Tracey Crummett, and Kari Brandt of The University of Michigan’s study Ages of Eruption of Primate Teeth, 1994). 8.5 months is within one standard deviation of the mean, let alone two. However, the father of the baby has taken statistics. He determines that the probability of a child cutting their first tooth at 8.5 months or later is about 30%. The mother exclaims, “Our child is in the minority! Something is wrong. This is unusual.”
Either the Range Rule of Thumb is incorrect, or the mother’s reasoning is incorrect. Which is incorrect, and why?
Posted on 8 October 2014 | 3:32 am
Resolved Question: Which spellings of these
These are some of the names that I like and i'm just wondering which spellings do you prefer. If you prefer an alternative spelling, feel free to mention it, but I'd still appreciate you choosing one of the choices listed as well! I'd also be interested to know if there is a reason why you prefer a particular spelling, too!
- Amelia or Emilia
- Bridget or Bridgette
- Celine or Selene
- Eleanor or Elinor
- Gillian or Jillian
- Isabel or Isobel
- Juliet or Juliette
- Leila or Layla
- Vivian or Vivienne
- Sofia or Sophia
:) @Mel: Vivian and Vivienne are pronounced the same.
Posted on 12 March 2014 | 8:13 pm
Resolved Question: What are some good
the title says it all....
i like adventure, fiction, fantasy, romance, thrillers and suspense...
are there any must-reads similiar to the mortal instruments, harry potter and the hunger games? also, i've already read percy jackson, and heroes of olympus, kane chronicals, etc...
Posted on 16 March 2013 | 10:42 am
Resolved Question: Your child with autism.
Your child with Autism. vaccines?
If you could shed some light and experiences, it would be greatly appreciated. My child is due for his MMR vaccine soon. To be honest, I'm terrified. I've read so many articles from experts in the medical field, although supposedly debunked, I'm still unsure about this shot. I've also read articles and forums where parents were convinced with absolute certainty that the mmr was the root cause of their child developing autism. I even read one forum when her daughter was given the shot at age 2 (she was walking and talking) and suddenly stopped. That's a pretty convincing story since at age 2, you could pretty clearly tell whether your child is developing properly. My question is: do you think there is a direct link between the mmR and your child being on the spectrum? Is it vaccines in general and your Childs genetic composition that just couldn't tolerate certain vaccines? Also, did you breastfeed?? Many people are blaming the lack of mothers not breastfeeding being a cause to the vulnerability to toxins in these vaccines. Please enlighten me & share your experiences. Thank you!!!
Posted on 13 September 2012 | 3:35 pm