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## COMM 292- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 34 pages long!)

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Communication: transfer and understanding of a message between 2 or more people. Foundation for what happens among groups and between coworkers. Poor c

View Document## SPAN 101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 30 pages long!)

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View Document## ECON 102- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 83 pages long!)

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Macroeconomics: the study of the determination of economic aggregates, such as total output, total employment, the price level, and the rate of economi

View Document## SPAN 101- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 30 pages long!)

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View Document## COMM 292 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7-9: Group Cohesiveness, Impression Management, Politicking With Larry King

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Communication: transfer and understanding of a message between 2 or more people. Foundation for what happens among groups and between coworkers. Poor c

View Document## COMM 292 Study Guide - Final Guide: Procedural Justice, Job Satisfaction, Theory X And Theory Y

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Motivation: the intensity, direction and persistence of effort a person show sin reaching a goal. Persistence is a measure of how long a person can mai

View Document## ECON 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 29: Core Inflation, Demand Shock, Disinflation

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Overnight interest rate: the interest rate that commercial banks charge one another for overnight loans. Bank rate: the interest rate the bank of canad

View Document## ECON 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 33: Factor Endowment, Human Capital, Absolute Advantage

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Open economy: an economy that engages in international trade. Closed economy: an economy that has no foreign trade. Gains from trade: the increased out

View Document## ECON 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 34: Countervailing Duties, Gdp Deflator, Predatory Pricing

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## ECON 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 28: Monetary Policy, Capital Outflow, Canadian Dollar

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Ch 28 money, interest rates, and economic activity. Present value (pv): the value now of one or more payments or receipts made in the future; often ref

View Document## ECON 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Lead Generation, Real Interest Rate, Pessimism

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Ch 21: the simplest short run macro model. Desired aggregate expenditure (ae): the sum of desired or planned spending on domestic output by households,

View Document## ECON 102 Chapter 19: Econ Ch 19

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Macroeconomics: the study of the determination of economic aggregates, such as total output, total employment, the price level, and the rate of economi

View Document## ECON 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Municipal Bus Company, Canada Pension Plan, Indirect Tax

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Intermediate goods: all outputs that are used as inputs by other producers in a further stage of production. Final goods: goods that are not used as in

View Document## ECON 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 27: Debit Card, Financial Intermediary, Profit Motive

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Medium of exchange: anything that is generally accepted in return for goods and services sold. Barter: a system in which goods and services are traded

View Document## ECON 102 Chapter 22: Ch 22 Econ

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Ch 22: adding government and trade to the simple macro model. Fiscal policy: the use of the government"s tax and spending polices to achieve government

View Document## ECON 102 Chapter 26: Ch 26

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Economic growth: sustained, long run increases in the level of real gdp. Human capital: the set of skills workers acquire through formal education and

View Document## ECON 101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Demand Curve

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The law of demand states that a fall in price of a good raises the quantity demanded. Elastic: if the quantity demanded responds substantially to chang

View Document## ECON 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6-7: Demand Curve, Economic Surplus, Price Ceiling

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Not binding: when the price that balances supply and demand is below the ceiling price. Binding constraint: when the equilibrium price is above the pri

View Document## ECON 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Comparative Statics, Economic Equilibrium, Demand Curve

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Supply and demand refer to the behavior of people as they interact with one another in markets. A market is a group of buyers and sellers of a particul

View Document## COMM 291 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Sophomore Slump, Standard Deviation, Scatter Plot

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Correlation conditions: quantitative variables condition: correlation applies only to quantitative variables, linearity condition: measures the strengt

View Document## SPAN 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9-11: Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Alternative Hypothesis, Central Limit Theorem

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Ch 9 sampling distributions and confience intervals for proportions. Independence assumption: the sampled values must be independent of each other. Sam

View Document## SPAN 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Bernoulli Trial, Simple Random Sample, Unimodality

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Law of large numbers: relative frequency of a random event settles down to a single number in the long run. Model based (theoretical) probability: empi

View Document## SPAN 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Sampling Frame, Stratified Sampling, Simple Random Sample

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Sample survey: designed to ask questions of a small group of people in the hope of learning something about the entire population. Idea 1: examine a pa

View Document## SPAN 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Randomness, Data Mining, Mutual Fund

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Percentages and averages: if your stock portfolio drops by 50% but rebounds by. Uncertainty: if the meteorologist predicts a 60% chance of rain today,

View Document## SPAN 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Unimodality, Probability Distribution, Geometric Probability

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Expected value of a discrete random variable is found by multiplying each possible value of the random variable by the probability that it occurs and t

View Document## SPAN 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Squared Deviations From The Mean, Interquartile Range, Standard Deviation

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If the shape is skewed: report the median and iqr, mean + standard deviation (mean and median differ) If the shape is unimodal and symmetric: mean and

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