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MCGILLECON 208Lee OhanianFall

ECON 208 Chapter Notes -Demand Curve

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The amount of a good or service that consumers wish to purchase during some time period. Quantity demanded: a desired quantity or purchase. Represents
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MCGILLECON 208Lee OhanianFall

ECON 208 Chapter Notes -Price Discrimination, Longrun, Marginal Revenue

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Competitive behaviour: refers to the degree to which individual firms actively vie with one another for business. A market structure in which all firms
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MCGILLECON 208Lee OhanianFall

ECON 208 Chapter Notes -Monopolistic Competition, Productive Efficiency, Allocative Efficiency

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The majority of industries in canada are made up of firms that are small relative to the size of the market in which they sell. Individual firms are pr
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MCGILLECON 208Lee OhanianFall

ECON 208 Chapter Notes -Scatter Plot

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A point on the boundary indicates that all resources are being used. A point inside the boundary indicates unemployment (all resources not used) A poin
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MCGILLECON 208Lee OhanianFall

ECON 208 Chapter Notes -Absolute Advantage, Comparative Advantage

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Open economy: an economy that engages in international trade. Closed economy: an economy that has no foreign trade. With trade, people can specialize e
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MCGILLECON 208Lee OhanianFall

ECON 208 Chapter Notes -Rational Ignorance, Public Health Insurance Option, Adverse Selection

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The operative choice is between which mix of markets and government intervention best suits people"s hopes and needs. When government"s monopoly of vio
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MCGILLECON 208Lee OhanianFall

ECON 208 Chapter Notes -Price Ceiling

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When demand is less elastic than supply, the incidence is significantly higher on the demander. When demand is more elastic than supply, the incidence
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MCGILLECON 208Lee OhanianFall

ECON 208 - Notes, week of Sep 22

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Elasticity: the sensitivity of quantity demanded to change in price. Elasticity is related to the slope of the demand curve: the steeper the line, the
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MCGILLECON 208Lee OhanianFall

ECON 208 Chapter Notes -Technological Change, Production Function

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Financial capital: the profit a firm raises for carrying on its business. Equity: funds provided by the owners of the firm. Debt: funds borrowed from c
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MCGILLECON 208Lee OhanianFall

ECON 208 Chapter Notes -Conspicuous Consumption

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No market or industry exists in isolation from the economy"s many other markets: feedback: changes in one market that cause changes in another. Partial
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MCGILLECON 208Lee OhanianFall

ECON 208 Chapter Notes -Mixed Economy, Free Market

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Economy: a system in which scarce resources are allocated among competing uses. An economy based on free-market transactions is self-organizing. Sponta
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MCGILLPHGY 209Ann WechslerWinter

PHGY 209 Muscle physiology.doc

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Skeletal muscle is used for posture and locomotion. This is the muscle that enables our arms and legs to contract, under our conscious control. Cardiac
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MCGILLPHGY 209Ann WechslerFall

PHGY 209 Nerves and synapses.doc

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[ not a single atom that is in your body today was there when that event took place steve grand (computer scientist)] Spinal cord=highway of processing
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MCGILLBIOL 112Joseph DentFall

Summary of BIOL 112.pdf

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2 - small molecules 2: bonds acids and bases. Ionic bond: nonpolar molecules are called hydrophobic. Ionic bonds involve a complete transfer of one or
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MCGILLPHGY 209Ann WechslerFall

PHGY 209 Immunology.doc

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Physiology: study of how living organisms work: includes the study of individual molecules, includes the complex processes that depend on the interplay
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MCGILLPHYS 131Kenneth RaganFall

PHYS 131 Midterm Review_Summary (Chapter1-8).pdf

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First, choose a team : the newtons, the joules, the watts, the galileans, the hookes. T h e n e wto n s. T h e g alile a n s. Chapter 1: preliminaries:
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MCGILLPHYS 142Yoichi MiyaharaFall

PHYS 142 Exam Equations.pdf

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MCGILLBIOL 200Thomas BureauFall

Complete BIOL 200 Notes for Midterm.pdf

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Nb: figures refer to the textbook, lodish et. al, 6th edition. Protein conformation and distinctive chemical properties of amino side chains determine
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MCGILLPHGY 209Ann WechslerFall

PHGY 209 CNS- cognitive motor.doc

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In our tongue, there is about 10 000 taste buds (on papillae). Protons (h+) usually block ion channels or interfere w/ their function (ex. take the pla
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MCGILLGEOG 203Bruce MurphyFall

GEOG 203 Midterm 1 Review.doc

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Hydrosphere: earths water exists in the crust, the atmosphere and on the surface. Biosphere: the intricate interconnected web that links organisms with
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MCGILLGEOG 203Bruce MurphyFall

GEOG 203 Midterm 2 Review.doc

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Lecture 1: rock types, mineralogy, physical and chemical weathering. Biogeochemistry: the movement of elements and chemical species between components
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MCGILLECON 208Lee OhanianFall

ECON 208 Chapter 7 - Textbook Notes.pdf

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Chapter 7 producers in the short run. Take part in managing the firm x are personally liable for the firm"s actions and debts x. Take no part in the ma
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MCGILLECON 208Lee OhanianFall

ECON 208 Chapter 1 Textbook Notes.pdf

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Chapter 1: economic issues and concepts. 1. 1 the complexity of the modern economy: economy: a system in which scares resources are allocated among com
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MCGILLCHEM 223William C.GalleyWinter

CHEM223-Up to 1st midterm.doc

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Q consumed = -q cooled delta e = 0. Q(au) = - q(h20) nau (cp,m) deltat au = -nh20 (cp,m) deltat h20. Cp = cv + tv (b2/k) b= 1/v (dv/dt)p. Quarternizati
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MCGILLCHEM 120Jean- Marc GauthierWinter

CHEM120 Midterm 1 Study Notes 2011.pdf

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MCGILLCHEM 212Mike DaoustWinter

CHEM212 Formulas.pdf

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Overview of most reactions emphasized in 30a / 30b: deprotonation/protonation: B or b: any base stronger than r . A-h (or a-d; a-t) any acid stronger t
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MCGILLCHEM 120Jean- Marc GauthierWinter

CHEM 120Midterm 2 Study Notes 2011.pdf

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MCGILLCHEM 212Mike DaoustSummer

CHEM 212 Lecture Notes - Forensic Science

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Lecture 1 (05/02) - chem 212 - summer 2011. Introduction: professor: ariel fenter, email: ariel. fenster@mcgill. ca, office: otto maas 110. Things you
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MCGILLCHEM 212Mike DaoustWinter

CHEM 212 Lab Summaries.doc

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Summary of chem 212 labs: a 10 minute review. We separate solids by their differences in solubility. In this lab, we want to extract phthalic acid from
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MCGILLBIOL 200Thomas BureauWinter

BIOL 200 Notes After Midterm.pdf

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Dr. paul berg and others were the first to successfully introduce exogenous dna fragments into bacteria to produce a recombinant gene product uprising
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MCGILLBIOL 201Gary BrouhardWinter

BIOL 201 Lecture Notes - Citric Acid, Light-Independent Reactions, Succinyl-Coa

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2. 3. 2 g gives an indication of the amount of energy released/consumed . 5. 4 reciprocal regulation of glycolysis and gluconeogenesis . 6. 3 regulatio
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MCGILLBIOL 215Catherine PotvinWinter

BIOL 215 Notes for Midterm.doc

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2. 5-2. 0 bya change from anoxygenic to oxygenic environment. This reaction yielded lots of energy, which created a dense core forming elements to iron
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MCGILLBIOL 215Catherine PotvinWinter

BIOL 215 Notes for Final.doc

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MCGILLBIOL 215Catherine PotvinWinter

BIOL 215 Notes.pdf

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Ecology: the study of relationships between organisms and their environments (which includes biotic and abiotic components). The aims of ecology are (t
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MCGILLBIOC 311Julie St- PierreFall

BIOC 311 Lecture Notes - Oxaloacetic Acid, Malic Acid, Succinic Acid

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MCGILLBIOL 201Gary BrouhardWinter

BIOL 201 Lecture 1-25.doc

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Metabolism: several pathways that use small fundamental components to build larger macromolecules required for cellular processes: uses same macromolec
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MCGILLBIOL 112Joseph DentFall

BIOL 112 Lecture Notes Part 1.doc

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The below is mostly review of basic chemistry. Mass of proton = standard unit of measure called the dalton or amu (1 amu is roughly 1. 7 x 10-24 g) Mat
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MCGILLBIOL 112Joseph DentWinter

BIOL 112 Labs 1-12.doc

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Lab coats and safety goggles with side shields should be worn in the lab at all times. Material safety data sheets (msds) available for chemicals used
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MCGILLBIOL 112Joseph DentFall

BIOL 112 Lecture Notes Part 2.doc

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Biol 112 (winter 2011) notes for part ii: information and heredity (professor dent"s section). Prof does not have office hours - email him to schedule
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MCGILLANTH 360aWinter

ANTH 360 Lecture Notes - Pleistocene, Silt, Social Anthropology

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Archaeology borrows approach and theories from many related disciplines: Considered a cluster of methods, rather than a single method. A method: an app
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