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GEORGETOWNTHEO-001Sanders TheresaSpring

THEO 001- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 15 pages long!)

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13 Oct 2017
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GEORGETOWNECON-002Rogers CarolSpring

ECON 002- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 27 pages long!)

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13 Oct 2017
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March 28th, 2017 (part 2 after midterm 2) Money supply in the short run: conventional monetary policy, unconventional monetary policy. Janet yellen (fo
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GEORGETOWNMATH-137Caraballo DavidSpring

MATH 137- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 18 pages long!)

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13 Oct 2017
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GEORGETOWNMATH-137Caraballo DavidSpring

MATH-137 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Lio, Unit Vector, Closed Set

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5 Jun 2017
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GEORGETOWNTHEO-001Sanders TheresaSpring

THEO-001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Fumi-E, Four Noble Truths, Theodicy

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5 Jun 2017
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A belief that that promises to fulfill your oldest, strongest, deepest desires. To freud, an illusion is an error in terms of wish fulfillments . Truth
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GEORGETOWNECON-002Rogers CarolSpring

ECON-002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Gdp Deflator, Nominal Interest Rate, Real Interest Rate

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5 Jun 2017
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Y = c + i + g + x (x is exports-imports) Growth rate of real gdp = [(new-old)/old] x 100. Real gdp in 2014 = real gdp in 2013x(1+g2014) in 2013 = real
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GEORGETOWNECON-002Rogers CarolSpring

ECON-002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Unemployment, Unemployment Benefits, Real Interest Rate

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5 Jun 2017
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Jobless recoveries: people come out of jobs after recession. Non-jobless recoveries: recoveries in which people went back to work after a recession. Be
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GEORGETOWNECON-002Rogers CarolSpring

ECON-002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Potential Output, Market Basket, Demand Curve

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5 Jun 2017
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GEORGETOWNECON-002Rogers CarolSpring

ECON-002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Fiscal Multiplier, Aggregate Demand

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5 Jun 2017
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I, g, and x are together referred to as autonomous spending (i. e. they don"t depend on y) Spending balance if y = c + i + g + x. C, i, g, and x are de
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GEORGETOWNECON-002Rogers CarolSpring

ECON-002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Real Interest Rate, Inflation Targeting, Autonomous Consumption

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5 Jun 2017
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Monetary rule: description of how the fed behaves; An inflation targeting rule because all these rules specify how the bank reacts to current inflation
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GEORGETOWNECON-002Rogers CarolSpring

ECON-002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Potential Output, Factors Of Production, Aggregate Demand

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5 Jun 2017
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Pull out of nafta (north american free trade agreement) Negation involving looking at labor standards, agreements on the environment; there are things
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GEORGETOWNECON-002Rogers CarolSpring

ECON-002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Federal Funds Rate, Real Interest Rate, Potential Output

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5 Jun 2017
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The employment situation for march 2017: u3 = 4. 5% (know this for exam, but for the month of april) Part-time economic reasons (pter) workers: decreas
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GEORGETOWNECON-002Rogers CarolSpring

ECON-002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Command Center, Exigent Circumstance, Quantitative Easing

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5 Jun 2017
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GEORGETOWNECON-002Rogers CarolSpring

ECON-002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Federal Funds Rate, Janet Yellen, Bank Reserves

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5 Jun 2017
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March 28th, 2017 (part 2 after midterm 2) Money supply in the short run: conventional monetary policy, unconventional monetary policy. Janet yellen (fo
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GEORGETOWNCOSC-051Kalyanasundaram BalaSpring

COSC-051 Study Guide - Final Guide: Default Constructor, Member Variable, Function Prototype

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5 Jun 2017
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Function prototype: lets compiler know about a function that will appear later in the program. Eliminates the need to place a function definition befor
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GEORGETOWNCOSC-051Kalyanasundaram BalaSpring

COSC-051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Include Directive, Operand

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5 Jun 2017
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When const appears in the parameter list, the function is prevented from modifying the parameter. When const follows the parameter list, the function i
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GEORGETOWNCOSC-051Kalyanasundaram BalaSpring

COSC-051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Linked List

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5 Jun 2017
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Code for inserting something in the middle of a linked list struct listnode int data; {data = d; next = p} head = temp; // these are pointers void inse
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GEORGETOWNCOSC-051Kalyanasundaram BalaSpring

[COSC 051] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (32 pages long)

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30 Mar 2017
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Function definition: int main() cout << hello world\n ; return 0; Line 1: int is the return type. main is the function name. The parentheses ( ) indica
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GEORGETOWNTHEO-001Sanders TheresaSpring

THEO-001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Intelligent Designer, Friedrich Nietzsche, Categorical Imperative

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27 Mar 2017
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Lewis notes that human beings have the unshakeable notion that they must behave according to a certain moral standard, yet they do not adhere to that l
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GEORGETOWNTHEO-001Sanders TheresaSpring

THEO-001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Charades, Hellenistic Philosophy, Randomness

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27 Mar 2017
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A belief that that promises to fulfill your oldest, strongest, deepest desires. To freud, an illusion is an error in terms of wish fulfillments. Truth
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GEORGETOWNECON-002Rogers CarolSpring

ECON-002 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Monetary Base, Excess Reserves, Openmarket

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27 Mar 2017
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GEORGETOWNECON-002Rogers CarolSpring

ECON-002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Supplemental Security Income

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27 Mar 2017
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Measuring the price level (the inflation rate is the percentage change in the price level) 2 ways to measure price level: market-basket-based price ind
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GEORGETOWNECON-002Rogers CarolSpring

ECON-002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Money Supply, Reserve Requirement, Federal Open Market Committee

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27 Mar 2017
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When depositors go to banks and try to withdraw their entire life savings. Making bad loans, still have to pay back their depositors. Toxic assets (bad
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GEORGETOWNECON-002Rogers CarolSpring

ECON-002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Excess Reserves, Memory Stick, Money Supply

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27 Mar 2017
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Two ways of measuring price indices: market-based price indices: cpi, ppp, nipa-based price indices: gdp implicit deflator, pce index. (nominal gdp div
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GEORGETOWNECON-002Rogers CarolSpring

ECON-002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Laffer Curve, Capital Accumulation

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27 Mar 2017
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Cutting non-entitlement spending and military spending does not solve the long-term problem. If tax rate = 0%, government will not collect revenue. For
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GEORGETOWNECON-002Rogers CarolSpring

ECON-002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Refinancing, Medicaid

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27 Mar 2017
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February 23rd, 2017: first monday in february (a little late this year) President submits budget to congress: about a week after that, cbo submits fore
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GEORGETOWNECON-002Rogers CarolSpring

ECON-002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Exchange Rate

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27 Mar 2017
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Example 2: do not buy greek government bonds. 2009 announcement, deficit/gdp = 12. 7, not 3. 7% as previously reported. Greek debt gets lowest possible
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GEORGETOWNECON-002Rogers CarolSpring

ECON 002 Lecture 16: Econ March 21 Lecture

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27 Mar 2017
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Assumptions: banks never hold excess reserves, no currency in the economy (leaving out travelers checks) M1 = (1/reserve ratio) x base without required
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GEORGETOWNECON-002Rogers CarolSpring

ECON-002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Demand Curve, Real Interest Rate, Psy

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27 Mar 2017
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Income and substitution effects both influence response of private saving to real interest rate. For target savers: when r goes up, ps/y* goes down > i
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GEORGETOWNECON-002Rogers CarolSpring

ECON-002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Psy, Income Tax, Real Interest Rate

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27 Mar 2017
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*graph comparing real gdp (y) with potential gdp (y*) from 2007-2015* Real interest rate is adjusting to make this happen. The spending allocation mode
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GEORGETOWNCOSC-051Kalyanasundaram BalaSpring

COSC 051 Lecture 11: Lecture 11

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15 Mar 2017
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Bala does not want us to use these; he forbids . Values that are passed automatically if arguments are missing from a function call. Must be a constant
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GEORGETOWNCOSC-051Kalyanasundaram BalaSpring

COSC-051 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-7: Newline, Whitespace Character, Decimal Mark

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15 Mar 2017
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2 questions where need to code small program (15pts each) 2 questions where need to show program output (? pts each) (2pts each) In a code, always have
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GEORGETOWNCOSC-051Kalyanasundaram BalaSpring

COSC 051 Lecture 1: Lecture 10

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2 Mar 2017
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Function definition: int main() cout << hello world\n ; return 0; Line 1: int is the return type. main is the function name. The parentheses ( ) indica
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GEORGETOWNCOSC-051Kalyanasundaram BalaSpring

COSC-051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Fruit Snack, Semicolon, Infinite Loop

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16 Feb 2017
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Use user input as intexpression in switch statement. Use menu choices as exp values to test against in the case statements. Ex: switch (gender) break;
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GEORGETOWNCOSC-051Kalyanasundaram BalaSpring

[COSC 051] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 21 pages long Study Guide!

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7 Feb 2017
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Say yes to feedback g++ -o hello hello. cpp. Learn to use sftp to transfer files from your computer to the server. #include <iostream> using namespace
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GEORGETOWNCOSC-051Kalyanasundaram BalaSpring

COSC 051 Lecture 6: Lecture 6

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7 Feb 2017
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Ex: cout << static_cast<int>(4. 2); // this displays 4. More examples: char ch = c"; cout << ch << is stored as . << static_cast<int>(ch) gallons = sta
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GEORGETOWNCOSC-051Kalyanasundaram BalaSpring

COSC-051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Operand, Type Conversion

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6 Feb 2017
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Assigns a value to a previously created variable. A single variable name must appear on left side of the = symbol int size; size = 5+2; Gives an initia
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GEORGETOWNCOSC-051Kalyanasundaram BalaSpring

COSC-051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: String Literal, Integer Literal, January 30

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30 Jan 2017
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Variables of the same type can be defined a) b) in separate statements int length; int width; in the same statement int length, width; Variables of dif
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GEORGETOWNCOSC-051Kalyanasundaram BalaSpring

COSC-051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: String Literal, Integer Literal, January 30

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30 Jan 2017
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Variables of the same type can be defined a) b) in separate statements int length; int width; in the same statement int length, width; Variables of dif
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GEORGETOWNCOSC-051Kalyanasundaram BalaSpring

COSC-051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Newline, Integer Literal, Standard Streams

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26 Jan 2017
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Line 1: the forward slashes denote a comment; the computer does not read this, as it is for human reading. It has no meaning to the c++ program. The en
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