In local sightseeing , City Sightseeing is the largest operator of local tour buses, operating on a franchised basis all over the world. Specialist tour buses are also often owned and operated by safari parks and other theme parks or resorts . Longer-distance tours are also carried out by bus, either on a turn up and go basis or through a tour operator , and usually allow disembarkation from the bus to allow touring of sites of interest on foot. These may be day trips or longer excursions incorporating hotel stays. Tour buses often carry a tour guide, although the driver or a recorded audio commentary may also perform this function. The tour operator may itself be a subsidiary of a company that operates buses and coaches for other uses or an independent company that charters buses or coaches. Commuter transport operators may also use their coaches to conduct tours within the target city between the morning and evening commuter transport journey.
The Omnibus III Secondary Books course complements the primary books course with 105 engaging lessons, providing a combined balance of history, theology and literature. Yet, it is a remarkable journey that can be taken on its own. Students study Animal Farm , Foxe’s Book of Martyrs , Gulliver’s Travels and many more in this exciting collection of timeless works. Students will work at their own pace, interacting with the material and learning from master-teacher Michael Collander, whose experience with this material will quickly capture the imagination of each student. He leads students from many of the sites throughout Europe where events from the books occurred. Students will hear what the world thinks through street interviews, then be drawn back to Scripture and what God says.
An insurance company intends to predict "Average cost of claims" (variable name "claimamt") by three independent variables (Predictors): "Number of claims" (variable name "nclaims"), "Policyholder age" (variable name holderage), "Vehicle age" (variable name vehicleage). Linear Regression procedure has been run on the data, as follows: The omnibus F test in the ANOVA table implies that the model involved these three predictors can fit for predicting "Average cost of claims", since the null hypothesis is rejected (P-Value= < , α=). This rejection of the omnibus test implies that all the coefficients of the predictors in the model have found to be non-zero. The multiple- R-Square reported on the Model Summary table is , which means that the three predictors can explain % from the "Average cost of claims" variation.