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UTAHHONOR 2000BradleyFall

HONOR 2000 Lecture 4: HON2000ImageofCity

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UTAHHONOR 3374DryerSpring

HONOR 3374 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: General Atomics Mq-1 Predator, Riot Control, Hunting License

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About 60% of the public believes police body cameras will benefit relations between the police and the community. Civil-rights groups and criminal just
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UTAHECON 1740Jason FlurerFall

ECON 1740 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Securitization

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UTAHMATH 2210BinSpring

MATH 2210 Lecture 23: 13.2 Iterated Integrals

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UTAHMUSC 2100J O H N C O S T AFall

MUSC 2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ampex, Jerry Wexler, B.B. King

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Popular music before rock and roll was tempe and alley. You could hear the radio station in most of the continental united states. Independent station
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UTAHBIOL 1210Dave TemmeSummer

BIOLOGY DAY 2.docx

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Molecules are moving, this means they bounce off of us. A comfortable temperature is when there is just the right amount of collisions. Tends to- usual
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UTAHPSY 3000Trisha WeeksSummer

PSY 3000 Lecture Notes - Observational Error, Huntsman Cancer Institute, Schwinn Bicycle Company

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The scientific approach to knowledge relies mainly on empiricism and logic. Science requires (among other things): empirical referent= must be testable
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UTAHBIOL 1210Dave TemmeSummer

BIOL 1210 Lecture Notes - Kinetic Energy

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Inertia: idea that an object at rest stays at rest, velocity tends to stay the same at rest or moving in a perfect world. Force: a push or pull on an o
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UTAHMATH 2210BinSpring

MATH 2210 Lecture 37: Final Review Topics Outline

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UTAHMKTG 3000Alan SandomirSpring

MKTG 3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: United Nations Global Compact, Corporate Social Responsibility, Rule Utilitarianism

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Reading notes: social control: any means used to maintain behavioral norms and regulate conflict, behavioral norms: standards of proper or acceptable b
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UTAHLEAP 3050Carolan OwnbyFall

LEAP 3050 Lecture 2: Race The Power of an Illusion

Race is the way in which people assign meaning to how another human look. It is believed that the differences are fundamental when they, in fact, evolv
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UTAHMATH 2210BinSpring

MATH 2210 Lecture 20: 12.8 Find Maximum and Minimum

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