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EleneLymncype : Ok, so my brother is 16. He took it upon himself to open a bank account online and get a credit card from Bank of America. He lied and said he was 18 so he could get it. He already spent at least $600+ on clothes, games, etc. My question is...if he cant pay the credit card company back (which I know he won't anyway) what would possibly happen? And I read somewhere that lying on a credit card app can be criminal and is considered fraud.....He doesn't have a criminal record...And btw we live in Atlanta, GA.

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qcharlesc : He will have a criminal record if he fails to pay it and they go after him.

Yes, lying on any application is fraud. In this case, bank fraud. If he gets caught, he wont be able to have a checking account for years.
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Appaniadutt : Best he finds a job this is not going to turn out well.
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Kecysypecrade : As hard as it may be, tell your parent/parents. They need to intervene and stop this before the situation becomes much worse. They need to pay the account in full and close the account....and of course dish out an appropriate punishment.
- If he defaults, this little joy ride is going to turn into a huge mess to clean up. As far as the bank knows, he is an adult and collection activity is fair game. He can't weasel out by stating the he is a minor after stating on the application that he's over 18.
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filpacytra : I have to make a simple program with the following characteristics:
Write a function calcula_d(e,n), which returns the lower whole number, so that exists a whole number K that makes this true:
d x e = 1 + k * n

Example:
>>> calculda_d(11, 7560)
4811

HELP PLEASEEE
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GuttwersBeefs : I have 2 years of experience as vb.net developer. I want to get a Microsoft certification based on my experience. I am confused between MCSD and MCSE. Please guide. Also if you know any websites to get free dumps and discussions, please share
Thanks
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Loasiarog : Your English professor wants to calculate the following statistical information for several courses that she/he teaches this semester.
1.Average Score
2.Maximum Score
3.Minimum Score

Since they know that you are taking Java Programming class they would like your help.

Write a Java program to help your professor. Your program should ask the user the following information.
1.The number of courses that the professor would like to calculate the average score, maximum score and minimum score
2.The name of the course.
3.The scores. Inform the user to use -1 (sentinel value) if there is no more score for that course
4.Your program should then display
a.The course name.
b.Number of scores for that course.
c.The average score for that course.
d.The minimum score for that course.
e.The maximum score for that course.
5.Repeat steps 2, 3, and 4 for the rest of courses that she/he would like to calculate the statistical information.


Code:

import java.util.Scanner;

public class Class{

public static void main(String args [])
{
Scanner user_input = new Scanner (System.in);

System.out.print("Please enter the number of courses that you would like to"+
"\ncalculate the Average Score, the Minimum Score and the Maximum Score:"+" ");
int numCourses = user_input.nextInt();

String course_name;
System.out.print("Please enter the name of the course:"+" ");
course_name = user_input.next();

int currentCourse = user_input.nextInt();

while (currentCourse <= numCourses){
int numScores = 0;
double average_score = 0.0;
double minimum_score = 0.0;
double maximum_score = 100;
double sum = 0.0;


System.out.print("Please enter a score for" +" "+ course_name +" "+ "or type -1"+
"\nto indicate that there is no more scores for this course:"+" ");
double score = user_input.nextInt();

while (score != -1){
numScores++;

double maxScore = 0.0;
double minScore = 0.0;


if (score > maxScore){
maxScore = score;}

if (score < minScore){
minScore = score;}

if (currentCourse != numCourses)
continue;
}
System.out.println("The course name:" + course_name);
System.out.println("Number of scores:" + numScores);
System.out.println("The average score:" + average_score);
System.out.println("The minimum score:" + minimum_score);
System.out.println("The maximum score:"+ maximum_score);


}
}
}


Help I'm new to this and really don't know what I'm doing.
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Tedwoodosen : Hey
So I just got a macbook pro 13 inch with retina display yesterday, and so far I really love the laptop. But there is one think which is bothering me a bit.

It is the battery, The battery Drains what I believe is way to fast, I have yet to let it drain and then recharge it completely
(It is still running on its "store" battery charge)
Is that why it is a bit messy?

Here us an example:
earlier when it was 60% battery it said there was about 4:21 hours remaining and then it got down to 59-58% and it said about 3:10 hours and now it is 55% and it is saying 4:54 hours...

Why is this happening and can you help me ??
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kedduadwaytum : "Why is this happening??"

Because you are watching movies, watching Youtube movies, or playing games.

"I have yet to let it drain and then recharge it completely"

Then how do you know the total length of battery use? Kinda stands to reason you must get down to zero before you know how long it takes to get down to zero. After that, you must charge it fully. Using it one hour on battery followed by one hour plugged in, followed by one hour on battery is the worst use for the battery.

The website says....
"Wireless web testing conducted by Apple in January 2013 using preproduction 2.7GHz quad-core Intel Core i7-based 15-inch MacBook Pro systems and preproduction 2.6GHz dual-core Intel Core i5-based 13-inch MacBook Pro systems. The wireless web test measures battery life by wirelessly browsing 25 popular websites with display brightness set to 50%. Standby testing conducted by Apple in May 2012 using preproduction 2.6GHz quad-core Intel Core i7-based 15-inch MacBook Pro systems and in September 2012 using preproduction 2.5GHz dual-core Intel Core i5-based 13-inch MacBook Pro systems. The standby test measures battery life by allowing a system, connected to a wireless network, to enter standby mode with Safari and Mail applications launched and all system settings left at default. Battery life varies by use and configuration. See http://www.apple.com/batteries for more information."

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