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UDLING202Tsai Ya- PingFall

LING202 Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Verb, Noun Phrase, Noun

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UDACCT207Vin MarSpring

ACCT207 Study Guide - Spring 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Balance Sheet, United States Dollar, Promissory Note

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UDSOCI201kimberly gill Spring

SOCI201 Study Guide - Spring 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Structural Functionalism, Sociological Perspectives, Social Inequality

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Scientific study of social behavior and human groups. Awareness of the relationship b/n an individual and the wider society. Ability you view one"s own
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UDECON103Yu GuSpring

ECON103 Study Guide - Spring 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Gross Domestic Product, Tax Rate, Progressive Tax

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Chapter 15: federal budgets and tools for fiscal. A budget describes plans for spending and income. Plan for spending and raising funds for the governm
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UDNSCI430Schwarz JaclynSpring

NSCI430- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 20 pages long!)

66a: benefits of studying aplysia, habituation, sensitization, classical conditioning, lower order animal, habituation, if you touch the siphon enough
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UDFINC322SimonSpring

FINC322- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 51 pages long!)

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Social security: currently over 52 million americans (1 out of 6 americans) are receiving some kind of benefit from ss. Social security: not just retir
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UDCISC484Vijay ShankerSpring

CISC484- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 52 pages long!)

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UDGEOG106Deliberty TracySpring

GEOG106- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 60 pages long!)

Land surface processes: natural color composite satellite image of earth. Scale is very important o: false composite. Can see depth diffs here: geograp
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UDENGL312Colleen Mc CabeSpring

ENGL312- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 85 pages long!)

Communication skills: your ticket to success: workplace surveys and studies confirm that recruiters rank communication skills at top of list of qualiti
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UDANFS241Dyer RobertSpring

ANFS241- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 17 pages long!)

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UDNTDT451andreagrimSpring

NTDT451 Lecture 14: case study 14 answers

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UDBUAD441Sharon WatsonFall

BUAD441 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Customer Retention, Swot Analysis, Emerging Markets

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Apply the 4 tests of a resource"s competitive power. Identify competitively important resources and capabilities: resources, competitive assets that ar
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UDCRJU301Eric RiseFall

CRJU301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Homo Sacer, Due Process, Giorgio Agamben

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Law is autonomous (law is outside of society) Internalist (only looking at rules in the books) Ways to think about how the law operates. Associated wit
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UDPOSC240gerasimenko,olgaWinter

POSC240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Social Contract, Sanctuary City, Gie

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Intro to public policy- 1/3/17 & 1/4/17: introduction. Politics is about all that we have together: deciding about our collective resources and determi
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UDMATH221Hotchkiss, CalvinFall

MATH 221 Lecture 11: Math221: 9-21 Lecture

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UDCHEG231Enzerand ButtreyFall

CHEG231 Lecture 4: cheg231 lecture 4 kopps rule, ideal gas heat capacity

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UDCISC181Gibbons BertFall

CISC181 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Primitive Data Type, Junit, Instance Variable

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UDSTAT200Ilvento TomSpring

STAT200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: American Community Survey

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Submit your answers in a word file to sakai at the same place you downloaded the file. Remember you can paste any excel or jmp output into a word file
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UDMEDT200Mc Lane Mary AnnWinter

MEDT200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Electrocardiography, Hematology, Gastritis

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Basic rules of medical terminology: all medical terms have a suffix (ending) Hematology: most have at least one root. Apnea: a- (prefix) + -pnea (suffi
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UDGEOL107Dr.MadsenFall

GEOL107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Igneous Rock, Feldspar, Mica

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Examined ways minerals crystallized from magma by taking intermediate composition igneous rocks (think diorite or andesite) and under pressure melting
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UDFASH218Karen CiatiSpring

FASH218 Chapter Notes - Chapter Ch. 1: List Of Fables Characters

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Describe the theory of fashion cycles and explain why it accelerated in the 20th century? theory of fashion cycles states that fashion comes in and out
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UDMUSC101LyffWinter

MUSC101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 58-60: George Gershwin, Nadia Boulanger, Duple And Quadruple Metre

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Nadia boulanger turned george gershwin away when he wanted to study with her because she was concerned about the effect classical training would have o
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UDMUSC101LyffWinter

MUSC101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 63-64: Stephen Sondheim, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Jerome Kern

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Show boat was a popular jerome kern musical from the 1920s. The fast-paced afro-cuban dance with a syncopated beat heard in the. Dance at the gym in be
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UDFASH218Karen CiatiSpring

FASH218 Chapter Notes - Chapter Ch.3: Flapper, Real Simple, Miniskirt

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UDMUSC101LyffWinter

MUSC101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 38-39: Clara Schumann, Tempo Rubato, Franz Liszt

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In his music chopin called for robbed time, a technique formally known as rubato. 19th century was an age of great virtuoso pianists. Polish composer f
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UDMUSC101LyffWinter

MUSC101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 61-62: Concerto Grosso, Microtonal Music, Harry Partch

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UDMUSC101LyffWinter

MUSC101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 44-46: The Barber Of Seville, Bel Canto, Rhinemaidens

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In the nineteenth century, opera excerpts were marketed to domestic consumers via wind band medleys, voice and guitar arrangements, and four-hand piano
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UDMUSC101LyffWinter

MUSC101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 40-41: Louis Moreau Gottschalk, Symphonie Fantastique, Franz Liszt

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Franz liszt was inspired by the virtuoso violinist niccol paganini to memorize the music he played. Following the lead of violin virtuoso paganini, lis
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UDMUSC101LyffWinter

MUSC101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 56-57: Dave Brubeck, Twelve-Bar Blues, Duke Ellington

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UDHIST308Bendler BruceFall

HIST308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3-4: Jacksonian Democracy, Transcendentalism, Muscogee

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UDPSYC100Ly AgnesFall

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