# All Educational Materials for WDW101Y1 at University of Toronto St. George (UTSG)

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## WDW101Y1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 32 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018

Status quo bias: we dislike change and prefer to avoid it (we fear change) Patterns: patterns are essential for our existence, our brains are pattern-d

View Document## WDW101Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Will Durant, Ariel Durant, Enemy Image

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2 Feb 2018

Why do wars recur: hobbes believed that the state of nature makes war inevitable; leviathan = Hierarchy = government: state of nature: no hierarchy, no

View Document## WDW101Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tim Hortons, Second Cup, Sidney Earle Smith

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29 Jul 2015

Address: 100 st george st toronto, on m5s 3g3. Origins of the building: sidney earle smith was a noted academic and canada"s secretary of. State for ex

View Document## WDW101Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Lame, Second Cup, Adel Sedra

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29 Jul 2015

Bahen centre for information technology is located in the st. george campus of the university of. It is located at 40 st. george street in toronto, on

View Document## WDW101Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Verbal Behavior, Job Satisfaction, Hazing

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29 Mar 2015

Recruitment: the process of searching out and attracting quali ed job applicants, which begins with the identi cation of a position that requires staf

View Document## WDW101Y1 Study Guide - Labeling Theory, Left Realism, Corporate Crime

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21 Jan 2014

Classical criminology: crime occurs when the benefits outweigh the costs- when people pursue self-interest in the absence of effective punishment. Crim

View Document## WDW101Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Procedural Justice, Peer Pressure, Subculture

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17 Apr 2013

Have not led to higher levels of confidence in the courts or police. Has not changed because the nature of policing has not changed. Rcmp constables fe

View Document## WDW101Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Switching Barriers, Joseph Schumpeter, John Rupert Firth

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16 Apr 2013

Joseph schumpeter- capitalism is by nature a form of economics change that is never stationary. Not only because economics occurs in the social and nat

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## WDW152H1 Midterm: Notes Ralph K. White, “Nobody Wanted War,” In William E. Evan, War & Peace in an Age of Terrorism, 195-201.

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18 Jan 2019

In william e. evan, war & peace in an age of terrorism, 195-201. In austria the archduke francis ferdinand was killed/assassinated by a serbian nationa

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## MAT135H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Differential Calculus

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22 Sep 2020

Intro to calculus: what is calculus, two simple geometric problems: I: given a function y f x. The problem of tangents [differential calculus: what is

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## MAT135H1 Lecture 1: 4.1 Increasing and Decreasing Functions

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22 Sep 2020

2 f x is decreasing (falls) on an interval if, x for any value of 1 x< , determine the intervals where f x is increasing and decreasing increasing when

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## MAT135H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Maxima And Minima

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22 Sep 2020

4. 2 critical points, local maxima, and local minima: recall from chapter 3, when we set f x = and solve for x", we determine critical points which cou

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## MAT135H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Inflection, If And Only If

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22 Sep 2020

4. 4 concavity and points of inflection: a function, a function f x is concave up on an interval if, the graph of the function is above the tangent on

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## MAT135H1 Lecture 10: 3.4 Optimization in Economics and Science (3)

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22 Sep 2020

In business, optimization involves maximizing profits and minimizing costs. Revenue = (price per unit) x (number of units sold) Example 1: a commuter t

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## MAT135H1 Lecture 9: 3.3 Optimization Problems (3)

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22 Sep 2020

3. 3 optimization problems: optimization is a procedure used in many fields to determine the best possible solution given a set of restrictions. [ex. d

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## MAT135H1 Lecture 8: 3.2 Max and Min Values on an Interval

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22 Sep 2020

For f x on an interval [a, b: find the derivative, find all points in the interval [a, b] where, evaluate, compare the value is step 3: x f f. 0 x = f

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## MAT135H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Function Composition

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22 Sep 2020

Composite function: given two functions f x and ( )g x , a composite function is defined as: f glad of gcfcx. Example 1: given f x x= and g x x= + , de

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