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UBCTHTR 210Anna HolmanFall

THTR 210- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 88 pages long!)

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UBCTHTR 210Kelsey BlairSpring

THTR 210- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 55 pages long!)

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Drama- a word used to describe plays, collective or singular key terms for describing drama: script. dramatic text, play-text. Theatre: live performanc
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UBCTHTR 210Anna HolmanFall

THTR 210- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 55 pages long!)

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UBCTHTR 210Kelsey BlairSpring

THTR 210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Zaju, History Of China, Verisimilitude

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7 passage identification (1 point each) use your time wisely; check the number of points per question. If you dont know it, still attempt an answer. To
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UBCTHTR 210Kelsey BlairSpring

THTR 210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Coryphaeus, Ancient Greek, Laius

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UBCCHEM 233Marco CiufoliniFall

CHEM 233 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Structural Formula, Formal Charge, Lewis Structure

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UBCCHEM 233Marco CiufoliniFall

CHEM 233 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Phosphonium, Structural Formula, Formal Charge

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Chem 233 exercise 1 review of chem 121-123: consider the molecule shown below: 2: the figure below represents the periodic table. Draw arrows represent
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UBCMATH 303Martin LohmannWinter

MATH 303 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ibm System P, Geom, Branching Process

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Consider the markov chain with state space {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6} and transition matrix. 1 (a) (2 marks, no justi cation needed) draw the transition dia
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UBCMATH 256Eric CytrynbaumWinter

MATH 256 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Periodic Boundary Conditions, Periodic Function, Sawtooth Wave

A function is periodic, with period t , if it repeats itself exactly after an interval of length t . i. e. y(x) = y(x+ Odes can be solved over an inter
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UBCMATH 256Eric CytrynbaumWinter

MATH 256 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Step Function, Conflict Resource, Oliver Heaviside

The laplace transform is de ned by the integral. Within the integral a new variable s appears. Thus the transform is a function of s; we add the bar ab
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UBCMATH 256Eric CytrynbaumWinter

MATH 256 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Identity Matrix, Linear Combination, Oscillation

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UBCMATH 256Eric CytrynbaumWinter

MATH 256 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Integral Curve

The definition of a derivative: dy = lim 0 y(x + ) y(x) dx. But from the ode we also know that dy/dx = f (x, y). Hence, taking a small but finite value
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UBCMATH 256Eric CytrynbaumWinter

MATH 256 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Integrating Factor, Linear Combination, Lincoln Near-Earth Asteroid Research

Odes: one seeks a function of a single variable (e. g. y(x)) that satisfies a di erential equation a given relation between the function and its deriva
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UBCMATH 256Eric CytrynbaumWinter

MATH 256 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Polynomial, Scilab, Autocad Dxf

Recall the ode: with constants a, b and c, and f (x) a prescribed function. ay00 + by0 + cy = f (x) Notice that if y / ex, then all three terms in the
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UBCCOMM 295Isaac HollowaySpring

COMM 295 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Nash Equilibrium, Cournot Competition, Inverse Demand Function

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UBCTHTR 210Anna HolmanFall

THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Plautus, Polymath, Stealing Sheep

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UBCTHTR 210Anna HolmanFall

THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Medieval Theatre, Morality Play, Mystery Play

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UBCTHTR 210Anna HolmanFall

THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Guan Hanqing, Yuan Dynasty, Filial Piety

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UBCTHTR 210Kelsey BlairSpring

THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Semiotics, Connotation, Denotation

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About the study of language as a system. Meaning is created as a system to the whole, the study of language is a system or part of a system. Sign has t
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UBCTHTR 210Anna HolmanFall

THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Golden Fleece, Dionysia, Satyr Play

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UBCTHTR 210Anna HolmanFall

THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Oresteia, Morality Play, Clytemnestra

Greek tragedy: comes from singing and dancing from festival dyanyses, story telling, first performance. Greek mythology: gods and interactions with men
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UBCTHTR 210Anna HolmanFall

THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Upholstery, Physical Comedy, Tambour

Moliere"s writing: wrote comedies, farces and librettos, full-length verse comedies (cornerstone of french drama, early author to write comedy about re
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UBCTHTR 210Kelsey BlairSpring

THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Hrotsvitha, Girl Power, Postfeminism

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UBCTHTR 210Anna HolmanFall

THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Revenge Play

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UBCTHTR 210Kelsey BlairSpring

THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Henry Iv Of France, Verisimilitude, Innamorati

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UBCTHTR 210Anna HolmanFall

THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Plautus, Polymath, Stealing Sheep

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UBCTHTR 210Anna HolmanFall

THTR 210- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 88 pages long!)

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UBCTHTR 210Anna HolmanFall

THTR 210- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 55 pages long!)

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UBCTHTR 210Kelsey BlairSpring

THTR 210- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 55 pages long!)

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Drama- a word used to describe plays, collective or singular key terms for describing drama: script. dramatic text, play-text. Theatre: live performanc
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UBCTHTR 210Anna HolmanFall

THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Medieval Theatre, Morality Play, Mystery Play

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THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Guan Hanqing, Yuan Dynasty, Filial Piety

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UBCTHTR 210Kelsey BlairSpring

THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Semiotics, Connotation, Denotation

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About the study of language as a system. Meaning is created as a system to the whole, the study of language is a system or part of a system. Sign has t
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UBCTHTR 210Anna HolmanFall

THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Golden Fleece, Dionysia, Satyr Play

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THTR 210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Coryphaeus, Ancient Greek, Laius

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Drama- a word used to describe plays, collective or singular. Performance: a broad term for the different ways humans represent themselves in embodied
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UBCTHTR 210Anna HolmanFall

THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Oresteia, Morality Play, Clytemnestra

Greek tragedy: comes from singing and dancing from festival dyanyses, story telling, first performance. Greek mythology: gods and interactions with men
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THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Semiotics, Connotation, Denotation

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About the study of language as a system. Meaning is created as a system to the whole, the study of language is a system or part of a system. Sign has t
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UBCTHTR 210Kelsey BlairSpring

THTR 210 Lecture 9: Hamlet

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Connected to the main argument for the paper. Never have a quotation separate from all. ((. 9))act. scene. Generally called the rebirth of art, key mov
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UBCTHTR 210Kelsey BlairSpring

THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Zeami Motokiyo, Japanese Aesthetics, Speaking Parts

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1192: empower gives up power to shogun- military dictator. Samurai were distinguished by getting to wear 2 swords. Later on there was the creation of g
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UBCTHTR 210Kelsey BlairSpring

THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Yuan Dynasty, Zaju, Kunqu

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Known as playboy of the grand capitol (beijing) Famous for the ordinary but powerful female characters in his plays. Mongolian emperor kublai khan cont
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UBCTHTR 210Kelsey BlairSpring

THTR 210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Zaju, History Of China, Verisimilitude

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7 passage identification (1 point each) use your time wisely; check the number of points per question. If you dont know it, still attempt an answer. To
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UBCTHTR 210Kelsey BlairSpring

THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Henry Iv Of France, Verisimilitude, Innamorati

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THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Liturgical Drama, Feudalism

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Liturgical drama at first staged in monasteries or churches and at first only monasteries attended but was later opened up to others in 13th-14th centu
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THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Guan Hanqing

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One of the most revered playwrights in chinese theatre history. Snow in midsummer is one of the most frequently performed plays and adapted works of ch
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THTR 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Thomas Killigrew, Proscenium, Anne Bracegirdle

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