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UWGEOG101Amanda HooykaasWinter

GEOG 101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 120 pages long!)

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Places specific geographical settings with distinctive physical, social and cultural attributes: a meaningful site that combines location, locale, and
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GEOG101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Gender Empowerment Measure, Development Aid, Gini Coefficient

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UWGEOG101Elijah BisungWinter

GEOG101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Choropleth Map, Wilbur Zelinsky, Geographic Coordinate System

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UWGEOG101Brent DobersteinFall

GEOG101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Demographic Transition, Sub-Saharan Africa, One-Child Policy

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Describe each stage of the demographic transition model and explain what happens to birth and death rates as a country develops. Stage 1: high birth an
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GEOG101 Study Guide - Westernization, Doubling Time, Debris Flow

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UWGEOG101Brent DobersteinFall

GEOG101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Chinese Ferret-Badger, Raccoon Dog, Tropical Cyclogenesis

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10 Oct 2016
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Singapore, and canada: within 24 hours, sars became a global problem, air travel is a key understanding to diffusion of diseases. Triangle of human eco
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UWGEOG101Amanda HooykaasWinter

GEOG101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Potential Density, Neolithic Revolution, Mobility Model

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Choose the best answer for the questions below. C______ 1) in ullman"s conception of spatial interaction, there were 3 reasons for why things move. Whi
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UWGEOG101Brent DobersteinFall

GEOG101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Subsistence Agriculture

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List of vocabs to know for geog 101 midterm #3. Formal sector: jobs in industry, established services and government that are limited to a privileged f
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UWGEOG101Brent DobersteinFall

GEOG101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: International Date Line, Choropleth Map, Distance Decay

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18 Mar 2016
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List of vocabs to know for geog 101 midterm #1. Phenomenon: any atribute that can be considered geographically. Cognate: a discipline that is some way
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UWGEOG101Brent DobersteinFall

GEOG101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Moment Magnitude Scale, Natural Hazard, Logarithmic Scale

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AFM363 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Tax Deferral, Income Splitting, Tax Bracket

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UWAFM481Christine DupontSummer

AFM481 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Pro Rata

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It uses a job -costing system with two direct cost categories (dm and dl) and one indirect cost pool (assembly support). The allocation base for assemb
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UWAFM481Christine DupontSummer

AFM481 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Purchase Order, Computer-Aided Design, List Of Auto Parts

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22 Aug 2019
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The boomboxes significantly differ in their complexity and batch sizes. The following costs were incurred in 2018: indirect manufacturing labour costs
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UWLS101Patrick WatsonSummer

LS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Provincial Superior, Sunset Provision, Equal Protection Clause

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UWLS101Patrick WatsonSummer

LS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Commoditization, Middle Ages, Bachelor Of Laws

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22 Aug 2019
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Three functions of lawyers: in the middle ages, three functions of lawyers emerged : agent, advocate, and jurisconsult. Attorney: originally meant an a
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UWAFM481Christine DupontSummer

AFM481 Lecture 22: Chapter 6 Examples Problems

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22 Aug 2019
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6-29: two products are manufactured by fc: widgets and things. In july 2018, the controller of fc, had the budgeting department gather the following da
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UWAFM481Christine DupontSummer

AFM481 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Weighted Arithmetic Mean

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22 Aug 2019
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17-19: consider the following data for the assembly division: The assembly division uses the weighted average method of process costing: compute eu for
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UWAFM481Christine DupontSummer

AFM481 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Spark Plug, Purchase Order, Opportunity Cost

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UWAFM481Christine DupontSummer

AFM481 Lecture 16: Chapter 15 Example Problems

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UWAFM481Christine DupontSummer

AFM481 Lecture 4: Chapter 10 Example Problems

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UWGEOG101Amanda HooykaasWinter

GEOG101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Twinkie, Black Death, Environmental Factor

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UWGEOG101Nancy WorthWinter

GEOG 101 Lecture 15: Urban Geography

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Studying urbanization: development of cities, attributes of cities, patterns and regularities, economic, social, cultural, political life, urban system
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UWGEOG101Brent DobersteinFall

GEOG101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Hydrogen Sulfide, Maumoon Abdul Gayoom, Sour Gas

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UWGEOG101Amanda HooykaasWinter

GEOG101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Contour Line, Remote Sensing, The Item

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UWGEOG101Brent DobersteinFall

GEOG101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Demographic Transition, Distance Decay, Doubling Time

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25 Aug 2015
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The point at which sanitation and medial innovations combined to produce rapidly lowering death rates and reduced child mortality in developing countri
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UWGEOG101nancyworthWinter

GEOG101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Income, Purchasing Power Parity

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5 Apr 2017
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Week 5b - economic geography: economic geography. Spatial aspects of the economy: how people earn a living in different areas, how livelihoods systems
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UWGEOG101Brent DobersteinFall

GEOG101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Bsc Young Boys

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Note: make sure you clearly identify whether the comment you are making is a strength or a. 1950"s 60"s population exploded, when limits on babies were
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UWGEOG101Brent DobersteinFall

GEOG101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Free Market, Soil Fertility, Distance Decay

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1 Jun 2016
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Primary sector extraction or harvest of raw materials. Secondary sector manufacturing or value added to raw materials through some sort of manufacturin
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UWGEOG101Nancy WorthWinter

GEOG101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Newly Industrialized Country, Telecommuting, Gross National Income

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28 Feb 2017
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Spatial aspects of economy: how people earn a living in different areas, how livelihoods systems vary from place to place, how economic activities are
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UWGEOG101Brent DobersteinFall

GEOG101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mcg, Economic Geography, Biogeography

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Writing about the earth an academic discipline that studies the pattern of phenomena on the earth"s surface, the processes at which creates those patte
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UWGEOG101Amanda HooykaasWinter

GEOG101 Chapter 1: 02.pdf

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GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Feng Shui, Autocracy, Port Management

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UWGEOG101Amanda HooykaasWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Freeze-Drying, Human Capital, Pannonian Basin

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In developed countries migration _______________ countries is more common than migration. D. (cid:160) outside of; to other: fifty years ago, _________
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UWGEOG101Nancy WorthWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Choropleth Map, Geographic Information System, Cartogram

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UWGEOG101Amanda HooykaasWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Human Geography, Turnitin, The Instructor

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UWGEOG101Nancy WorthWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Demographic Transition, Doubling Time, Neoliberalism

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UWGEOG101Amanda HooykaasWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Political Geography, De Jure, Gilles Deleuze

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UWGEOG101Amanda HooykaasWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Bubonic Plague, Doubling Time, Population Pyramid

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China"s one-child policy: all of the above apply. Which is the best real world example backing ester boserup"s ideas: the green revolution producing be
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UWGEOG101Brent DobersteinWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Health Geography, Chickenpox, Human Ecology

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Chapter 4 geography of health and disease. The study of both the physical environment and patterns of human activity, have contributed to academic rese
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UWGEOG101Elijah BisungWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Geographic Coordinate System, Euclidean Space, Euclidean Distance

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GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Vital Record, Spatial Epidemiology, Dependency Ratio

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