[ Other – Politics & Government ] Open question: agree or disagree: are poor people poor because they do not value education?

[ Other – Politics & Government ] Open question: agree or disagree: are poor people poor because they do not value education? .

[ Politics ] Open question: Will free medical care not take away our freedom?

If we have free medical care, the money will come from our taxes. This money will go to things that many do not support: abortion, gender change, etc., the argument no longer becomes "my body is my choice" when our taxes are allocated to it. In agreement? .

[ Politics ] Open question: What are some examples of problems that European countries have due to Muslim immigration?

[ Politics ] Open question: What are some examples of problems that European countries have due to Muslim immigration? .

[ Politics ] Open question: Apart from higher taxes, what are the typical disadvantages observed in countries offering "free" higher education?

[ Politics ] Open question: Apart from higher taxes, what are the typical disadvantages observed in countries offering "free" higher education? .

statistics – How to ask a specific question to differentiate two types of average

Imagine that I have a school with three classes:
class 1 has 1 student
class 2 has 2 students
class 3 has 4 students

I'm interested in the "average class size"

If you reported this based on the number of students in each teacher class, you would get the following:

(1 + 2 + 4) / 3 = 2.3333

If I had to report this based on the students' reports on the size of their class, I would get the following:

(1 + 2 + 2 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4) / 7 = 3

Both seem to be plausible answers to the question "what is the average class size". My question is if I would like a particular account of the average size of the class, how would you define the questions to differentiate these two accounts? Is that possible?

aosp – Basic question from Android8

I am working on an integrated system that uses / will use Android8. To date, the development has occurred in Android 7.1.1: the reference panel provider only supports those two.

In Android 7.1.1, we copy the .apk files from our repository to the running system like this:

PRODUCT_COPY_FILES + = foo.apk: root / foo.apk

(or similar.)
This is completely rejected by Android 8.

Therefore, from the few Google results that I obtained information about AOSP and not about user information about Android phones, we are trying this (in external / foo / Android.mk):

LOCAL_PATH: = $ (call my-dir)

includes $ (CLEAR_VARS)

LOCAL_MODULE: = foo
LOCAL_SRC_FILES: = foo.apk
LOCAL_MODULE_CLASS: = APPLICATIONS
LOCAL_CERTIFICADO: = PRESIGNADO

LOCAL_MODULE_SUFFIX: = $ (COMMON_ANDROID_PACKAGE_SUFFIIX)

includes $ (BUILD_PREBUILT)

… there is no trace of any artifact in the compilations!

So, three questions:

  1. I am doing it right?
  2. How can I activate the messages of $ (info foo)? They were activated by default in our environment 7.1.1 but not in 8.
  3. Our guide is Android embedded by Karim Yaghmour. Is there a more up-to-date guide?

Thank you!

[ Politics ] Open question: Why is the FOX news biased against Trump now? Does that prove that all traditional media are corrupt and false?

[ Politics ] Open question: Why is the FOX news biased against Trump now? Does that prove that all traditional media are corrupt and false? .

[ Politics ] Open question: Has Anderson Cooper ever met a boy who did not want to suck?

[ Politics ] Open question: Has Anderson Cooper ever met a boy who did not want to suck? .

[ Politics ] Open question: Which political party is more moral and decent?

[ Politics ] Open question: Which political party is more moral and decent? .

[ Politics ] Open question: Are you excited that Trump is being challenged?

The Democrats have announced that it will be very soon! Is not this so awesome? Well, the bad thing is that Mike Pence takes over. .