# Textbook Notes at Thompson Rivers University (TRU)

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TRUMNGT 1111Ron LakesFall

## MNGT 1111 Chapter Notes -Respiratory Therapist

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Yes, i found the log book to be a useful learning tool for this course. I have learned many things about myself through keeping a log book. Q: summariz
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TRUMNGT 1111Ron LakesFall

## Assignment One.docx

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Joe is not a trained supervisor and goes about his day doing any job that has. He is still doing the job and getting a supervisors pay. yet been comple
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TRUECON 2330Dalley PeterSummer

## ECON 2330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Test Statistic, Pupa, Confidence Interval

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TRUPHIL 1110Mc Laughlin JeffWinter

## PHIL 1110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Caffeine, Energy Drink

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Standardization: the rewriting of an argument by identifying and labelling its premises and conclusion(s). This is done in order to see the logical flo
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TRUECON 2330Dalley PeterSummer

## ECON 2330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Test Statistic

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TRUPHIL 1110Mc Laughlin JeffWinter

## PHIL 1110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Obversion, Syllogism, Venn Diagram

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Categorical logic- a subfield of formal logic that looks at the relationships between categories or groups. Categorical statement- a claim about whethe
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TRUECON 1950Dalley PeterWinter

## ECON 1950 Chapter 1: Chapter 1

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TRUPSYC 2120Kolaric GiselleWinter

## PSYC 2120 Chapter 7: CHAPTER SEVEN – BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES AND PERSONALITY

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TRUPSYC 2120Kolaric GiselleWinter

## PSYC 2120 Chapter 5: CHAPTER FIVE – THE MOTIVE PERSPECTIVE

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TRUPSYC 2120Kolaric GiselleWinter

## PSYC 2120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Psychoticism, 16Pf Questionnaire, Extraversion And Introversion

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TRUPHIL 1110Mc Laughlin JeffWinter

## PHIL 1110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Rhetorical Question

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Argument- a set of statements in which some statements (premises) are used to support another statement (the conclusion). Premise- a reason that is use
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TRUPHIL 1110Mc Laughlin JeffWinter

## PHIL 1110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Definition, Vagueness, Euphemism

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