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UTSCMGAB02H3Douglas KongSummer

MGAB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Retained Earnings, Current Liability, Common Rule

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Cash equivalents short-term, highly liquid investments that are both: readily convertible to known amounts of cash, and, less than three months to thei
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UTSCMGAB02H3Douglas KongSummer

MGAB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Authorised Capital, Pro Rata, Issued Shares

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UTSCMGEA02H3Iris AuSummer

MGEA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Root Mean Square, Marginal Product, Market Power

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23 Jun 2016
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UTSCVPMA93H3Rosanne KingSummer

VPMA93H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Fugue, Character Piece, Recitative

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2 Jun 2016
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French opera in the time of louis xiv jean-baptiste lully. Learned from cardinal mazarin and the events of his childhood the importance of centralizing
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UTSCVPMA93H3Rosanne KingSummer

VPMA93H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Fingerboard, Figured Bass, Finger Tips

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2 Jun 2016
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Blues an expressive, soulful style of singing that emerged from the african american spiritual and work song at the end of the nineteenth century. Blue
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UTSCMGAB02H3Douglas KongSummer

MGAB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Private Placement, Current Liability, Debenture

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28 May 2016
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Non-current liabilities are all of the entity"s obligations not classified as current liabilities. If company"s need for debt capital exceeds financial
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UTSCMGAB02H3Douglas KongSummer

MGAB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Promissory Note, Current Liability, Deferred Income

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28 May 2016
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Capital structure mixture of debt and equity that finances the short- and long- term operating requirements of a company. Liabilities are debts or obli
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UTSCVPMA93H3Rosanne KingSummer

VPMA93H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Tonality, Strophic Form, Sonata Form

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16 May 2016
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Form the constructive or organizing element in music. Form might be defined simply as what forms have in common, reflecting the fact that an organizing
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UTSCMGAB02H3Douglas KongSummer

MGAB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Intangible Asset, Book Value, Fixed Asset

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16 May 2016
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Reporting and interpreting property, plant, and equipment; natural. Acquisition and maintenance of property, plant, and equipment. Long-lived (long-ter
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UTSCVPMA93H3Rosanne KingSummer

VPMA93H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Heterophony, Monophony, Psalms

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13 May 2016
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UTSCVPMA93H3Rosanne KingSummer

VPMA93H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Klangfarbenmelodie, Tonality, Chromatic Scale

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13 May 2016
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Melody a succession of pitches that form a distinctive, coherent musical unit. Aspects of melody: range narrow, medium, wide, contour level, undulating
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UTSCVPMA93H3Rosanne KingSummer

VPMA93H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Pizzicato, String Vibration, Sympathetic String

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12 May 2016
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Idiophone vibrations are produced by striking either one portion of the instrument against another, or another object against the instrument. Membranop
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UTSCVPMA93H3Rosanne KingSummer

VPMA93H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Engine Balance, Fundamental Frequency, John Blacking

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12 May 2016
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Lecture 1 introduction to listening and sound. Quotes on the idea of listening (john blacking 1973): The importance of creative listening is too often
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UTSCMGMA01H3Cindy ChanWinter

MGMA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Integrated Marketing Communications, Marketing Buzz, Sales Promotion

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17 Apr 2016
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Promotion mix specific blend of promotion tools that the company uses to persuasively communicate customer value and build customer relationships. Five
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UTSCMGMA01H3Cindy ChanWinter

MGMA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Business Analysis, Crowdsourcing, Marketing Strategy

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16 Apr 2016
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Firm can obtain new products in two ways: acquisition buying a whole company to produce someone else"s products, new-product development. New-product d
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UTSCMGMA01H3Cindy ChanWinter

MGMA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Marketing Channel, Disintermediation, Supply Chain

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15 Apr 2016
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Supply chain consists of upstream and downstream partners. Upstream set of firms that supplies the raw materials, components, parts, information, finan
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UTSCMGMA01H3Cindy ChanWinter

MGMA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Direct Marketing, Kijiji, Ebay

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4 Apr 2016
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Direct-mail marketing direct marketing by sending an offer, announcement, reminder, or other item to a person at a particular physical or virtual addre
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UTSCMGMA01H3Cindy ChanWinter

MGMA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Comparative Advertising, Marketing Mix, Marketing Management

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31 Mar 2016
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Advertising any paid form of non-personal presentation and promotion of ideas, goods, or services by an identified sponsor. Mostly used by business fir
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UTSCMGMA01H3Cindy ChanWinter

MGMA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Normative Social Influence, Direct Marketing

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31 Mar 2016
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New product good, services, or idea that is perceived by some potential customers as new. Adoption process mental process through which an individual p
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UTSCMGMA01H3Cindy ChanWinter

MGMA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Pricing Strategies, Demand Curve, Monopolistic Competition

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30 Mar 2016
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Price amount of money charged for a product or service; the sum of all values that customers exchange or the benefits of having or using the product or
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

EESA06H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Taconic Orogeny, Grenville Orogeny, Alleghanian Orogeny

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29 Mar 2016
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Canada: a young nation, but an old country. Canada has been in existence since 1867: act of confederation brought together ontario, nb, ns, and quebec,
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

EESA06H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Active Layer, Piezometer, Thermokarst

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28 Mar 2016
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Sand and gravel: managing/protecing water resources, watersheds and ecosystems. All have been impacted by several factors: wastes (nuclear, municipal,
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

EESA06 Chapter 16: Chapter 16

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UTSCMGAB01H3Liang ChenFall

MGAB01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Earnings Before Interest And Taxes, Balance Sheet, Retained Earnings

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22 Mar 2016
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

MGTA 36 Midterm: Chapter 12, 14, 16

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22 Mar 2016
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Stand up and spread feet about 6-8 inches apart, flex knees and put weight on balls of your feet. Don"t be afraid to make eye contact. When making eye
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

MGTA36H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Event Management

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22 Mar 2016
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

EESA06H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Rodinia, The Maritimes, Subduction

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21 Mar 2016
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Rodinia very large superconinent: 570 million years ago breakup of rodinia. Carbonates dominant mineral in sedimentary rocks: also known as limestone.
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

MGTA 36 Midterm: Chapter 17

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21 Mar 2016
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Presentation preparation steps: state your purpose, evaluate your audience, know the logistics, limit your topic, choose a method of organization, outl
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

MGTA 36 Midterm: Chapter 15

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21 Mar 2016
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

MGTA36H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Rag Doll, Corn Starch, Endorphins

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21 Mar 2016
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

MGTA36H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sport Coat, Hosiery, Facial Hair

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21 Mar 2016
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Three components for how you deliver your message: Visual, vocal, and verbal (the 3 v"s) Several two-button, three-button, or double-breasted suits in
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

MGTA36H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mobile Device, Duct Tape, Flip Chart

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21 Mar 2016
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Helps audience to see what is being discussed. Can remind you what to say and when to say it. Depends upon several variables: length of presentation, a
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

MGTA36H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Interrupt

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21 Mar 2016
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

MGTA 36 Midterm: Chapter 5

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21 Mar 2016
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Four options to organize your presentation: proposition to proof, problem to solution, reflective, and motivated sequence: proposition to proof. Propos
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

MGTA36H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Jargon

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21 Mar 2016
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Four essentials to preparing the effective information speech: keep the information fresh, make it well organized, keep it interesting, motivate the au
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

MGTA 36 Midterm: Chapter 3

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21 Mar 2016
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Planning tool to give shape and form to your presentation. Will guide you through the process of developing an effective presentation. Preferred method
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

MGTA36H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Psychographic

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21 Mar 2016
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Objective is for info to be related as clearly and effective as possible. Most presentations you give will be informative. Used to generate action by a
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

MGTA 36 Midterm: Chapter 1

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21 Mar 2016
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If you are leading a team presentation, it will be your responsibility to organize speakers, to assign the parts, and to oversee all presentations. You
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UTSCMGAB01H3Liang ChenFall

MGAB01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Net Income, Retained Earnings, Share Capital

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21 Mar 2016
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UTSCMGAB01H3Liang ChenFall

MGAB01 Chapter 13: Chapter 13

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21 Mar 2016
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Current and potential investors are the single largest group who use financial statements. Analysts are information intermediaries who interpret audite
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