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UFECO 2013Knight DavidFall

[ECO 2013] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (24 pages long!)

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Economics: a social science that studies the allocation of society"s scarce resources. Scarcity: our unlimited amount of wants will never be fulfilled
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UFIUF 1000Hackett DavidFall

IUF 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Rainer Maria Rilke, The Need

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UFIUF 1000Hackett DavidFall

IUF 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Four Noble Truths, German-Speaking Switzerland, Impermanence

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UFIUF 1000Hackett DavidFall

IUF 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Escuela Nacional Preparatoria, Guillermo Kahlo, Diego Rivera

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UFIUF 1000Hackett DavidFall

IUF 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Henrietta Lacks, Genetic Engineering, Green Fluorescent Protein

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Used in research of cancer, polio, stds. Family never compensated for doctors stealing henrietta"s cells. If it were i who was to be always young, and
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UFENC 1101Joseph HeizmanFall

ENC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cognizant

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Adding by zombies to the end of the sentence can indicate passive voice. If it makes sense, then the sentence is in passive voice. Only a few times to
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UFENC 1101Joseph HeizmanFall

ENC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Thesis Statement

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Topic sentence: a thesis statement for a paragraph that identifies the main idea of the paragraph. Often the first sentence, but not always. General en
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UFENC 1101Joseph HeizmanFall

ENC 1101 Lecture 13: Logic

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UFENC 1101Joseph HeizmanFall

ENC 1101 Lecture 7: Introduction Conclusion Paragraphs

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Hook: description, illustration, narration, or dialogue that pulls the reader into your paper topic. Transition: sentence(s) that connects the hook wit
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UFENC 1101Joseph HeizmanFall

ENC 1101 Lecture 16: Audience

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Audience: the person(s) to whom you are writing your paper. 3 types of audience: uninformed: knows nothing about the topic. Tell them the topic and why
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UFENC 1101Joseph HeizmanFall

ENC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Pathos

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UFENC 1101Joseph HeizmanFall

ENC 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Cyanoacrylate, Apple Inc., Deductive Reasoning

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5 Oct 2016
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Logic enables us to tell whether a conclusion correctly follows from a set of statements or assumptions. Premises: statements or assumptions on which a
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UFENC 1101Joseph HeizmanFall

ENC 1101 Chapter 14: Evaluation Arguments

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Evaluate: to make a judgement about something or someone. Assert that someone else"s judgement is not accurate. One thing is superior to the other. Mak
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UFENC 1101Joseph HeizmanFall

ENC 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Rhetorical Situation, Pathos

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UFENC 1101Joseph HeizmanFall

ENC 1101 Chapter 2: Thinking and Reading Critically

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Thinking critically: questioning and analyzing ideas in order to understand them better. Form your own opinion and judgement about the idea. Reading cr
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UFENC 1101Joseph HeizmanFall

ENC 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Thesis Statement, Fallacy

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3 classic parts of an argumentative essay: Argumentative thesis: a single sentence that takes a firm stand on your position on an issue. Ex: colleges s
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UFECO 2013Knight DavidFall

ECO 2013 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Current Population Survey (Us), Gross Domestic Product, Human Capital

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5 Oct 2016
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Crime exists because of the selling of certain goods/services. Pollution exists because of the production of certain goods/services. Leisure time is no
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UFECO 2013Knight DavidFall

ECO 2013 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Gross Domestic Product, Starbucks, Xm Satellite Radio

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Macroeconomy: the aggregation of all individual markets in the economy. The values of each market coming together. Gross domestic product (gdp): the ma
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UFECO 2013Knight DavidFall

ECO 2013 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Demand Curve, Autarky

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5 Oct 2016
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Use supply and demand curves to study the impact of international trade on our economy. Imports: goods/services produced abroad but consumed domestical
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UFECO 2013Knight DavidFall

ECO 2013 Lecture 7: Consumer and Producer Surplus

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UFECO 2013Knight DavidFall

ECO 2013 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Economic Equilibrium, Economic Surplus, Demand Curve

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UFECO 2013Knight DavidFall

ECO 2013 Lecture 5: Market Equilibrium

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Shortage: the quantity demanded of a good/service exceeds the quantity supplied at a certain price. Surplus: the quantity supplied of a good/service ex
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UFECO 2013Knight DavidFall

ECO 2013 Lecture 4: Supply

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Remember: price on the y-axis of the demand curve, quantity demanded on the x-axis of the demand curve. Anything to affect demand (other than price) sh
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UFECO 2013Knight DavidFall

ECO 2013 Lecture 3: Demand

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Increase in productivity of existing productive resources. Slope of line gets smaller (more horizontal) Opportunity cost of good #1 gets smaller, raise
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UFECO 2013Knight DavidFall

ECO 2013 Lecture 2: The Economic Problem

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5 Oct 2016
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Economics: a social science that studies the allocation of society"s scarce resources. Scarcity: our unlimited amount of wants will never be fulfilled
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