Kajal Gandhi

Kajal Gandhi

University of New Brunswick Fredericton

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UTMBIO375H5Abraham Yang

BIO375H5 Chapter 7: Chapter 7

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14 Jul 2018
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Reimbursement planning activity begin in the early stages of product development: when market assessments are being made, most smaller companies do not
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UTMPSY327H5Simone WalkerWinter

PSY327H5- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 49 pages long!)

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11 Oct 2017
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Page 1 38: humans are very social species, people suffer when they are deprived of close contact with others, good relationships with others brings hum
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UTMANT202H5Esteban ParraFall

ANT202H5- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 14 pages long!)

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6 Oct 2017
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This statement is simplistic and inaccurate: we are used to seeing genetics discussed in relation to. Long term dynamic processes that unites all life
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UTMPSY220H5Jennifer StellarFall

PSY220H5- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 14 pages long!)

Kajal Gandhi14 Page
5 Oct 2017
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Chapter 1: an invitation to social psychology: mathematician, logician, and philosopher, considered the founder of computer science, during ww2, he was
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UTMANT202H5Esteban ParraFall

ANT202H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Gregor Mendel, Abo Blood Group System, Messenger Rna

Kajal Gandhi12 Page
1 Oct 2017
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This statement is simplistic and inaccurate: we are used to seeing genetics discussed in relation to. Long term dynamic processes that unites all life
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UTMPSY220H5Jennifer StellarFall

PSY220H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Prefrontal Cortex, Geert Hofstede, Fallacy

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13 Sep 2017
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Chapter 1: an invitation to social psychology: mathematician, logician, and philosopher, considered the founder of computer science, during ww2, he was
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UTMANT205H5Carolan WoodFall

ANT205H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Bioarchaeology, Board Certification, Paleopathology

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9 Sep 2017
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1. 1 forensic anthropology: anthropology: the study of humankind (greek anthropos = man, logia = study, anthropology generally consists of 4 primary su
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UTMPSY327H5Simone WalkerWinter

PSY327H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Blood Pressures, Machismo, Social Penetration Theory

Kajal Gandhi12 Page
24 Apr 2017
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It is automatic (we are not taught how to communicate verbally or nonverbally) that we intend to transmit: communication is important in intimate relat
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UTMPSY327H5Simone WalkerWinter

PSY327H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Ingratiation, Erving Goffman, Dont

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24 Apr 2017
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Social cognition: refers to the processes of perception and judgment with which we make sense of our social world: our perception and interpretation of
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UTMPSY327H5Simone WalkerWinter

PSY327H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Meddle, Fallout Shelter, Dont

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24 Apr 2017
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Fundamental assumption about interpersonal attraction: we are attracted to people whose presence is rewarding to us. Two types of rewards influence att
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UTMPSY327H5Simone WalkerWinter

PSY327H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: United States Academic Decathlon, Dating Abuse, Physical Attractiveness

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24 Apr 2017
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As a result, human relationships are not understood well. Philosophers and poets looked at relationships until the 20th century. The view that they had
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UTMPSY327H5Simone WalkerWinter

PSY327H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Masturbation, Neuroticism, Soltyrei

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24 Apr 2017
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UTMRLG206H5Christoph EmmrichFall

RLG206H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.2: 6 Years, Mahapajapati Gotami, Bimbisara

Kajal Gandhi2 Page
22 Dec 2016
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(cid:883). (cid:884) a royal pilgrimage retraces the life of the buddha. An inscription on a pillar tells us that asoka personally visited lumbini. Acc
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UTMRLG206H5Christoph EmmrichFall

RLG206H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.2.2: Pudgala, Personalism, Menander I

Kajal Gandhi3 Page
22 Dec 2016
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Page 101-104: passing away (and arising) from moment to moment, of things, of dharmas. Dharma = basic constituent elements of reality. In any case, the
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UTMRLG206H5Christoph EmmrichFall

RLG206H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.8: Pratyekabuddha, Tushita, Impermanence

Kajal Gandhi2 Page
22 Dec 2016
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In the second watch of the night of his enlightenment, the buddha used the supernatural power of his divine eye to survey the entire world and all the
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UTMRLG206H5Christoph EmmrichFall

RLG206H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5.5.4: Kunkhyen Pema Karpo, Radiance, Diadem

Kajal Gandhi2 Page
22 Dec 2016
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Visualizations were not only used in devotional worship. The aim of meditation was to get a double identification: meditation = sadhana. That of a medi
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UTMRLG206H5Christoph EmmrichFall

RLG206H5 Chapter 3.5.6: Test 8 Reading (How to Meditate - Some Practical Advice)

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22 Dec 2016
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3. (cid:887). (cid:888) how to meditate: some practical advice: outline techniques and subjects of meditation, contain more down-to-earth type of pract
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UTMRLG206H5Christoph EmmrichFall

RLG206H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.4: Bon Festival, Nianfo, Mount Hiei

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22 Dec 2016
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UTMRLG206H5Christoph EmmrichFall

RLG206H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7.4.1: Milarepa, Himalayas, Ekai Kawaguchi

Kajal Gandhi2 Page
22 Dec 2016
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The ritual of going on pilgrimage is an important and distinctive position among the practices engaged in by buddhists. From sri lanka to japan, buddhi
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UTMRLG206H5Christoph EmmrichFall

RLG206H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6.4.2: Rocket Festival, Swig, Fertility Rite

Kajal Gandhi3 Page
22 Dec 2016
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6. 4. 2 the rocket festival in laos spirits and deities. This is because of how the therav da understand buddha. Wherever therav da buddhism has become
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UTMBIO370Y5George S EspieFall

BIO370Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Phosphoenolpyruvic Acid, Uridine, Polysaccharide

Kajal Gandhi7 Page
22 Dec 2016
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Metabolism is central to all life (even bacteria use it to survive and reproduce) Features of metabolism that are common in all organisms: Therefore, t
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UTMBIO370Y5George S EspieFall

BIO370Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Superheated Steam, Membrane Technology, Polyvinylidene Fluoride

Kajal Gandhi10 Page
19 Dec 2016
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Chapter 8: control of microorganisms in the environment. Principles of microbial control are rooted in microbial nutrition, growth, and development. Ge
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UTMBIO370Y5George S EspieFall

BIO370Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Electron Acceptor, Membrane Transport Protein, Facultative Anaerobic Organism

Kajal Gandhi16 Page
19 Dec 2016
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Eukaryotic microbes are different from bacteria and archaea in reproduction: many eukaryotic microbes have both asexual reproduction and sexual reprodu
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UTMBIO370Y5George S EspieFall

BIO370Y5 Chapter 2: Microscopy

Kajal Gandhi12 Page
19 Dec 2016
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Light microscopes were the first microscopes invented, and they are still the most commonly used microscope. When a ray of light passes from one medium
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UTMBIO370Y5George S EspieFall

BIO370Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Unicellular Organism, Symbiogenesis, Phylogenetic Tree

Kajal Gandhi17 Page
19 Dec 2016
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Chapter 1: the evolution of microorganisms and microbiology. In february 2012, national aeronautics and space administration (nasa) reported that over
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UTMBIO370Y5George S EspieFall

BIO370Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Rickettsia, Intracellular Parasite, Archaea

Kajal Gandhi5 Page
19 Dec 2016
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Perspectives on shape and size (slide 5: most bacteria are found in normal environments, thus, it is easier to extract them and look at their character
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UTMENG100H5Jaclyn PiudikSummer

ENG100H5 Chapter 34: Correct Sentences (Fixing Fragments)

Kajal Gandhi4 Page
6 Aug 2016
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Sentence fragment: incomplete sentence treated as if it were complete o. It may begin with a capital letter and end with a period (. ), but it lacks on
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UTMENG100H5Jaclyn PiudikSummer

ENG100H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 44: Hemu, Ruter

Kajal Gandhi1 Page
21 Jun 2016
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Parallelism: presentation of equal ideas in the same grammatical form o. Increases the clarity and impact of writing: example on page 817. Faulty paral
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UTMENG100H5Jaclyn PiudikSummer

ENG100H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 27: Oni, Wayne Gretzky, Races Of Starcraft

Kajal Gandhi5 Page
21 Jun 2016
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Every complete sentence contains: subject (at least one) and predication (at least one) o o. Predicate: a verb and its objects, complements, and modifi
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UTMENG100H5Jaclyn PiudikSummer

ENG100H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 26: Dangerous Mission, Wart, Chin Augmentation

Kajal Gandhi7 Page
21 Jun 2016
20
To write sentences that are easy to read, we need to follow the expected syntactic pattern: syntax: arrangement of words to create a well formed senten
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UTMENG100H5Jaclyn PiudikSummer

ENG100H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Argument From Analogy, Pathos, Lab Report

Kajal Gandhi4 Page
21 Jun 2016
14
Whenever you make a claim in an academic essay, it needs to be supported by evidence and analysis. Claim is supported by precise words within the quota
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UTMENG100H5Jaclyn PiudikSummer

ENG100H5 Chapter 8: Literary Interpretation (Prose, Poetry, and Drama)

Kajal Gandhi5 Page
21 Jun 2016
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Prose fiction: an imaginary story that is written down, and someone tells everyday, natural language. Whether we are interpreting poetry or algae growt
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UTMENG100H5Jaclyn PiudikSummer

ENG100H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Barter, Hemu, Artery

Kajal Gandhi3 Page
21 Jun 2016
11
Chapter 7: post writing 2 (design documents, consider. The basics of document design include: labeling, typing, paginating, spacing, margins, and print
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UTMENG100H5Jaclyn PiudikSummer

ENG100H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Ritter, Writing Center, Light Heavyweight

Kajal Gandhi4 Page
21 Jun 2016
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Peer review helps you do 3 things: engage collaboratively in the writing and revision process o. While engaging in peer review, use the feedback of mul
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UTMENG100H5Jaclyn PiudikSummer

ENG100H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Emor, Oneword, Tree House

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21 Jun 2016
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Chapter 5: writing 2 (writing that makes sense) Sentences are the individual planks/ building materials. Architects (from the analogy in chapter 1) tak
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UTMENG100H5Jaclyn PiudikSummer

ENG100H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Telomerase Reverse Transcriptase, Inme, Video On Demand

Kajal Gandhi3 Page
21 Jun 2016
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Writers draft each main idea when beginning an essay. In this stage, you construct your idea clusters so they hold up this stage. Paragraph: set of sen
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UTMENG100H5Jaclyn PiudikSummer

ENG100H5 Chapter 3: Prewriting 2 (Plan Your Approach)

Kajal Gandhi3 Page
21 Jun 2016
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After understanding the assignment, generating ideas, doing preliminary research, and analyzing the documents: narrow your topic, develop a working the
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UTMENG100H5Jaclyn PiudikSummer

ENG100H5 Chapter 2: Prewriting 1 (Understand Assignments, Generate Ideas, Do Preliminary Research, and Analyze Documents)

Kajal Gandhi5 Page
21 Jun 2016
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Note: writers block occurs when we skip prewriting. In university, prewriting is crucial for success in writing projects. You don"t need to identify th
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UTMENG100H5Jaclyn PiudikSummer

ENG100H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 29: A Modest Proposal, Hemu, Datu

Kajal Gandhi2 Page
21 Jun 2016
24
Semicolons: used to join statements that are closely related and grammatically equivalent. They are also used to mark major breaks within some sentence
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UTMENG100H5Jaclyn PiudikSummer

ENG100H5 Chapter 28: Commas

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11 Jun 2016
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Clarify meaning in sentences by setting off certain sentence elements: note: adding commas to places where you pause when talking aloud is not a. Use a
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