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FNMT-118 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Multiplicative Inverse

Properties of Algebra 1. Reflexive Property Something is equal to itself. Examples: 7=7 12= 12 2. Commutative Property sums of products are reversed. (Does not work with subtraction) a. Commutative part of addition Ex: 7+1...

Foundational Mathematics Courses
FNMT-118
Calvin B. Reading
BIOL 109 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Epithelium, Tight Junction, Cell Adhesion Molecule

4.1 Tissues​- collections of specialized cells and cell products that carry out a limited number of function Histology​- study of tissues Epithelial tissue- c​ overs exposed surface...

Biology Courses
BIOL 109
Dr.Lewis
BIOL 109 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Endoplasmic Reticulum, Extracellular Fluid, Nuclear Pore

Cell theory ● Cells are the building blocks of all plants and living animals ● all cells come from the division of pre-existing cells ● cells are the smallest units that carry out life's essential physiolog...

Biology Courses
BIOL 109
Dr.Lewis
BIOL 109 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Chemical Polarity, Hydrogen Atom, Atomic Nucleus

2.1 Matter- ​anything that takes up space and has mass Mass- ​amount of materials in matter Atoms- ​smallest stable units of matter Normally contain equal protons and electrons S...

Biology Courses
BIOL 109
Dr.Lewis
BIOL 109 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Electron Microscope, Optical Microscope, Histology

An Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology 1.1 Anatomy​- study of the body structures Oldest medical science Physiology​- study of the body functions Molecular Biology​- studi...

Biology Courses
BIOL 109
Dr.Lewis
ACCT-102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Homeowner Association, Savings Account

Could your debt be affecting your credit? Heres how to tell if your debt is out of proportion for your income. Keeping your debt at a manageable level is one of the foundations of good financial health. But how can you tel...

Accounting Courses
ACCT-102
bust
BIOL-106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Phosphocreatine, Lipolysis, Autonomic Nervous System

Muscles are organized into three basic types: 1. Striated: Skeletal muscle facilitates movement by applying forces to bones and joints through its contraction. They are generally under voluntary ...

Biology Courses
BIOL-106
amirivera
CHEM-121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Actinide, Zirconium, Lanthanide

1                                 18 IA ...

Chemistry Courses
CHEM-121
samalidatta
CHEM-121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Salt Metathesis Reaction

Introductory Chemistry, 2 edition, Tro Reading and Suggested Problems Ch. 1 Reading: All sections. Problems: 17, 18. Ch. 2 Reading: All sections. Problems: 1, 5, 21, 27, 29, 31, 37, 41, 43, 45, 51...

Chemistry Courses
CHEM-121
samalidatta
BIOL 106 Lecture 3: Chapter 1 Readings.docx

Chapter 1 Readings, Assignments, and Activities Checklist READINGS   Read Chapter 1 in the textbook. ACTIVITIES (To be completed in ANGEL)   View the Chapter 1 ­ Introducti...

Biology Courses
BIOL-106
amirivera
CHEM 121 Lecture 4: Chemistry measurements.docx

“Chemistry measurements” 3 teaspoons is 1 tablespoon 8 ounces is 1 cup  16 ounces is 2 cups which is 1 p

Chemistry Courses
CHEM-121
samalidatta
HIST-103 Lecture Notes - Coal Strike Of 1902, Great White Fleet, Lincoln Steffens

26th: Theodore Roosevelt - Republican - Bull Moose Party Wednesday, January 15, 2014 1:42 PM Vice President when the century began, then William McKinley was assassinated he became President "Father of Modern American Pr...

History Courses
HIST-103
Robert Reed

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