All Educational Materials for HLTB15H3 at University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)

UTSCHLTB15H3Summer

HLTB15H3 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Relative Risk, Content Analysis, Triangulation

49 Page
12 Oct 2018
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UTSCHLTB15H3Fall

[HLTB15H3] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 13 pages long Study Guide!

13 Page
5 Oct 2016
Bryman chapter 3 the nature of quantitative research. Preference for the natural science approach to research (positivism) Epistemological - relating t
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UTSCHLTB15H3Summer

HLTB15H3 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Relative Risk, Content Analysis, Triangulation

49 Page
20 Nov 2018
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UTSCHLTB15H3Fall

HLTB15H3 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Qualitative Property, Paradigm Shift, Data Analysis

25 Page
29 Nov 2016
Inquiry conducted to develop language that is based on available evidence by following certain rules and procedures (saks and allsop) Asking questions
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UTSCHLTB15H3Winter

Required readings for final exam. best of luck and have fun!

20 Page
24 Apr 2011
Unit 14: preparation of quantitative data for coding and analysis. Method of conceptualizing research data and classifying them into meaningful and rel
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UTSCHLTB15H3Winter

Lecture/Textbook

4 Page
24 Apr 2011
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UTSCHLTB15H3Winter

lecture/texbook

6 Page
24 Apr 2011
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UTSCHLTB15H3Winter

final information

2 Page
16 Apr 2011
Snowball sampling- survey people and ask them to refer others to get information. Accidental sampling- drawn from population that is readily available
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UTSCHLTB15H3Winter

HLTB15H3 Study Guide - Active Listening, Content Analysis, Focus Group

4 Page
17 Apr 2013
What are the three main methods of data collection: observation, interviewing, questionnaire. What are examples of primary data: observation, interview
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UTSCHLTB15H3Fall

HLTB15H3 Study Guide - Social Safety Net, Affordable Housing, Health Equity

61 Page
17 Apr 2014
Is about canadian society, and what we need to put faces and voices to the inequities and the health inequities in particular that exist in our midst.
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UTSCSummer

HLTB16H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ct Scan, Transtheoretical Model, Canada Health Act

4 Page
14 Aug 2019
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UTSCFall

HLTA02H3 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Environmental Health, Food Security, Malnutrition

2 Page
10 Dec 2018
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UTSCFall

CITC04H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: New Left Review, Kingsley Davis, Urban Revolution

2 Page
24 Oct
Please log on to quercus and come into the bb collaborate classroom no later than 9:10 am on october 22. Being in the classroom will allow you to ask q
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UTSCFall

MGEC81H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Operations Management, Critical Path Method, Random Variable

10 Page
17 Oct
Ch3 - project scheduling aon method, pert, job crashing. In aon method, each node represents an activity. Draw the network from lecture 08 - example 2
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UTSCFall

MATB24H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Linear Map, Scalar Multiplication, Binary Operation

2 Page
7 Oct 2020
Week 1: (real) vector space & binary operation. Example questions: state the definition of a real vector space. [basic definition: prove the zero eleme
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UTSCFall

MATB44H3 Lecture 2: quiz note

2 Page
5 Oct 2020
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UTSCFall

MATB24H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Empty Set, Rational Number, If And Only If

4 Page
4 Oct 2020
A set is a container with no distinguishing feature other than its contents. The objects contained in a set are called the elements of the set. We writ
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UTSCFall

MATB24H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Linear Map, Coordinate Vector

2 Page
4 Oct 2020
Key words: isomorphism, invertible linear transformation, change of coordinate matrix. Relevant sections in the textbook:sec 3. 3, 3. 4, 7. 1 fb or 3c,
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UTSCFall

MGFB10H3 Lecture 2: MGFB10_Solution for Some Textbook Problems

43 Page
4 Oct 2020
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UTSCSummer

LINB18H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Adverbial Phrase, Chris Rock, Adjective

3 Page
4 Oct 2020
That"s why we are not able to explain why some constructions are correct or incorrect. True/false: auxiliaries do, be and have can be inflected for num
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