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Chapter 4 PLANNING BUSINESS MESSAGES Multiple Choice 1. The three primary steps involved in preparing a business message are a. planning, writing, and completing. b. informing, persuading, and collaborating. c. defining the purpose, the main idea, and the topic. d. satisfying the audience's informational, motivational, and practical needs. ANSWER: a; DIFFICULTY: easy; PAGE: 90; TYPE: concept 2. In developing...

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4 Chapter PLANNING BUSINESS MESSAGES Multiple Choice 1. The three primary steps involved in preparing a business message are a. planning, writing, and completing. b. informing, persuading, and collaborating. c. defining the purpose, the main idea, and the topic. d. satisfying the audience's informational, motivational, and practical needs. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: easy; PAGE: 90; TYPE: concept 2. In developing business messages, the stage during which you step back to see whether you have expressed your ideas clearly is the a. planning stage. b. writing stage. c. completing stage. d. feedback stage. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 91; TYPE: concept 3. In preparing business messages, you should devote about ______ percent of your time to planning. a. 10 b. 20 c. 50 d. 70 Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 91; TYPE: concept 4. Which of the following is not a general purpose common to business communication? a. To inform b. To persuade c. To negotiate d. To collaborate Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 92; TYPE: concept 5. An example of a specific purpose for a business message would be a. to impart information to the audience. b. to inform employees about the new vacation policy. c. to persuade readers to take an action. d. to obtain audience participation and collaboration. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 92; TYPE: application 6. Most messages should not be sent unless they will a. bring about a change. b. increase your chances of being promoted. c. please your boss. d. do all of the above. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 92; TYPE: concept 7. A message should be deferred or canceled if a. your news is bad. b. someone else wants to deliver it. c. your audience is highly receptive. d. the timing is wrong. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 93; TYPE: concept 8. Audience analysis is relatively easy when you are communicating with a. strangers. b. co-workers. c. large groups of people. d. customers on a mailing list. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 93; TYPE: concept 9. The primary audience for your message is made up of a. all who receive it. b. the key decision makers in the audience. c. those people with the highest status. d. those people who represent the opinions and attitudes of the majority. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 93; TYPE: concept 10. Messages should be especially detailed if a. you expect a favorable response. b. you are unsure about the audience's level of understanding. c. you and your audience share the same general background. d. all of the above are the case. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 93; TYPE: concept 11. Educating your audience requires a. providing as much information as possible. b. giving only enough information to accomplish the purpose of the message. c. providing little information, as long as you indicate that you're open to any questions that may arise. d. gearing your message to the least informed segment of the audience, even if they are not the key decision makers. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: difficult; PAGE: 93; TYPE: concept 12. If you face a skeptical audience, try to a. be as straightforward as possible about stating your conclusions and recommendations. b. avoid stating your conclusions and recommendations. c. use less evidence in support of your points. d. introduce your conclusions and recommendations gradually with more proof. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 94; TYPE: concept 13. Which of the following is not an informal method of gathering information to meet your audience's needs? a. Reading reports and other company documents b. Chatting with supervisors and colleagues c. Conducting library research d. Asking your audience for input Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 94; TYPE: concept 14. When meeting your audience's informational needs, you emphasize ideas a. of greatest interest to the audience. b. that are uncontroversial. c. that will have the least impact on the audience. d. that don't need supporting evidence. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 95; TYPE: concept 15. A good way to test the thoroughness of your business message is to check it for a. a main idea. b. a purpose. c. the who, what, when, where, why, and how. d. accuracy. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 95; TYPE: concept 16. If you make an honest mistake, such as giving incorrect information, the best thing to do is a. take no action. b. blame someone else. c. contact the primary audience immediately and correct the error. d. start looking for a new job. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 96; TYPE: concept 17. When choosing the appropriate medium for your message, your choices include a. oral media. b. written media. c. electronic media. d. all of the above. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: easy; PAGE: 98; TYPE: concept 18. When you must reach a dispersed audience quickly, which media are most effective? a. Written media b. Oral media c. Electronic media d. Presentations Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 99; TYPE: concept 19. Telephone calls are a. considered an outdated medium by many businesspeople. b. now acceptable only for external communication. c. still a vital communication link for many organizations. d. no longer practical when compared to e-mail. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 100; TYPE: concept 20. Which of the following electronic media would be best for sending a brief, unambiguous message that does not require an immediate response? a. videoconferencing b. voice mail c. videotape d. CD-ROM Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 100; TYPE: concept 21. PDF is a a. widely used format for sending documents electronically. b. popular telephone connectivity service. c. highly technical videoconferencing program. d. type of voice-to-text translation software. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 100; TYPE: concept 22. In part, media richness refers to a. the cost of sending a message through a particular medium. b. the popularity of a specific medium. c. a medium's ability to facilitate feedback. d. the difficulties involved with using a particular medium. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 100; TYPE: concept 23. The richest communication medium is a. a phone call. b. a memo. c. an e-mail. d. a face-to-face conversation. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 100; TYPE: concept 24. As a new supervisor, you need to introduce yourself to your team of ten employees. The best medium for this type of nonroutine message would be a. a face-to-face meeting. b. an e-mail. c. a memo. d. a conference call. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 100; TYPE: application 25. Leaner media are best used for messages that a. are routine. b. are highly emotional. c. are nonroutine. d. require feedback. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 100; TYPE: concept 26. A key advantage of oral communication is a. the ability to plan and control the message. b. the opportunity to meet an audience's information needs. c. the ability to transmit highly complex messages. d. the opportunity to get immediate feedback. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 101; TYPE: concept 27. A written message is preferable to an oral one when a. immediate feedback is desired. b. the audience is large and geographically dispersed. c. the message is relatively simple. d. the information is controversial. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 101; TYPE: concept 28. One of the drawbacks of using e-mail is a. its high cost. b. its slow speed. c. its lack of privacy. d. all of the above. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: easy; PAGE: 101; TYPE: concept 29. Which of the following is not a disadvantage of electronic media? a. High cost b. Potential for inadvertently creating tension and conflict c. Tendency for employees to overuse them d. All of the above Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 101; TYPE: concept 30. In high-context cultures, _________________ media are often more effective than _________________ ones. a. leaner, richer b. oral, written c. foreign, domestic d. none of the above Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 102; TYPE: concept 31. Which of the following formats is most formal? a. E-mail b. Memo c. Blog d. All are equal in formality Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 102; TYPE: concept 32. Which of the following is not an important factor to consider when choosing a medium for your message? a. Urgency b. Cost c. Gender of the audience d. Confidentiality Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 102; TYPE: concept 33. Which of the following is an example of a message topic? a. "To get the board of directors to increase the research and development budget" b. "Competitors spend more than our company does on research and development" c. "Funding for research and development" d. "The research and development budget is inadequate in our competitive marketplace" Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 104-05; TYPE: application 34. When you know your audience will be receptive to your message, it is generally best to organize it using a(n) a. complex approach. b. indirect approach. c. direct approach. d. none of the above Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 106; TYPE: concept True or False 36. When allocating your time among the three stages of the writing process, you should use about a fourth of the time for planning, half the time for writing, and a quarter of the time for completing. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 91; TYPE: concept 37. The three general purposes of business messages are to inform, to persuade, and to collaborate. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 92; TYPE: concept 38. If your message is intended strictly to inform, you control the message and need little interaction with your audience. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 92; TYPE: concept 39. If the general purpose of your message is to persuade, you will have little control over your message but will have a maximum of audience interaction. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: difficult; PAGE: 92; TYPE: concept 40. Collaborative messages are high in audience participation but low in communicator control. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 92; TYPE: concept 41. There is no point in sending a message if its purpose is not realistic. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: easy; PAGE: 93; TYPE: concept 42. Once you have established your purpose, it's best to consider whether it is worth pursuing at this time. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 93; TYPE: concept 43. No matter how you feel personally about a situation, your communication should reflect your organization's objectives. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 93; TYPE: concept 44. When analyzing your audience, you should focus on the key decision makers. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 93; TYPE: concept 45. As long as your message is clear, the size of your audience should not affect your approach. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 93; TYPE: concept 46. If you don't know who your audience will be, there's no point in trying to guess what would be of interest to them. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 93; TYPE: concept 47. If you expect your audience to be skeptical, you will need to provide more proof and introduce your conclusions and recommendations more gradually. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 94; TYPE: concept 48. One informal method for learning more about your audience's information needs is to ask them directly for input. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 94; TYPE: concept 49. When you get a vague request for information, the best way to handle it to is provide all the information you can and allow the audience to pick and choose what is useful to them. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 95; TYPE: concept 50. Good communicators include only the information that their audience has specifically requested. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 95; TYPE: concept 51. A helpful way to test the thoroughness of your message is to use the journalistic approach: asking yourself whether you have covered the who, what, where, when, why, and how. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 95; TYPE: concept 52. Accuracy of information is less important in business communication than in other types of communication. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 95; TYPE: concept 53. Online sources generally require more careful evaluation than other media. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 95; TYPE: concept 54. Messages can be unethical simply because certain details have not been included. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 96; TYPE: concept 55. If you provide inaccurate information in a business message, the best course of action is to say nothing and hope that no one notices. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 96; TYPE: concept 56. As long as your message is clear, the medium you choose won't really matter. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 98; TYPE: concept 57. If you want to emphasize the confidentiality of a message, the preferred medium would be a fax or a memo. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 98; TYPE: concept 58. In today's fast-paced environment, traditional business messages rely primarily on visual images, with occasional support from text. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 99; TYPE: concept 59. Media richness refers to the relative costs of advertising in the various mass media. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 100; TYPE: concept 60. Face-to-face communication is the richest medium. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 100; TYPE: concept 61. Voice mail is a particularly effective medium for lengthy messages. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 100; TYPE: concept 62. The main advantage of written communication is that the writer has an opportunity to plan and control the message. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 101; TYPE: concept 63. The biggest drawback to e-mail is that it is underutilized. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 101; TYPE: concept 64. One advantage of e-mail is its high level of privacy. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 101; TYPE: concept 65. Instant messaging has quickly become the best medium for sending complex business messages. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: easy; PAGE: 102; TYPE: concept 66. The urgency of your message should help you decide what medium to use. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: easy; PAGE: 102; TYPE: concept 67. The best time to organize a message is after you've put a draft of it on paper-- that way you know exactly what you're working with. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 102-03; TYPE: concept 68. The topic and main idea of a message are basically the same thing. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 104; TYPE: concept 69. Brainstorming is helpful when working alone but is not an effective way to generate ideas if you are working with others. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 105; TYPE: concept 70. In most cases, routine messages should be organized using the indirect approach. Register to View AnswerDIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 107; TYPE: concept 71. Step one of the writing process is ____________________, in which you analyze the situation, gather information, select the right medium for the message, and organize the information. ANSWER: planning; DIFFICULTY: easy; PAGE: 90; TYPE: concept 72. The final step in the writing process is ____________________ your message, which involves revising, producing, and distributing it. ANSWER: completing; DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 91; TYPE: concept 73. The three general purposes of business messages are to inform, to persuade, or to ____________________ with the audience. ANSWER: collaborate; DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 92; TYPE: concept 74. In addition to having a general purpose, each business message has a (an) ____________________ purpose. ANSWER: specific; DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 92; TYPE: concept 75. During the planning step you need to analyze your ____________________, including its size and composition, existing knowledge about the subject, and probable reaction to your message. ANSWER: audience; DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 93; TYPE: concept 76. A good way to test the thoroughness of your message is to use the ____________________ approach and ask whether the message answers who, what, when, where, why, and how. ANSWER: journalistic; DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 95; TYPE: concept 77. Speeches, presentations, and meetings are all examples of ____________________ media. ANSWER: oral; DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 98; TYPE: concept 78. Media ____________________ is the ability of a medium to . ANSWER: richness; DIFFICULTY: easy; PAGE: 100; TYPE: concept 79. Every medium has ____________________ that make it inappropriate for certain messages. ANSWER: limitations OR drawbacks; DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 102; TYPE: concept 80. Factors you should consider in choosing a communication ____________________ include formality, confidentiality, feedback, time, and cost. ANSWER: medium; DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 102; TYPE: concept 81. Including ____________________ material is an organization problem that frustrates your audience. ANSWER: irrelevant; DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 102; TYPE: concept 82. ____________________ ____________________ --a specific statement about the topic of your message. ANSWER: main idea; DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 104; TYPE: concept 83. ____________________ . ANSWER: scope; DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 105; TYPE: concept 84. No matter how long your message is, you should limit the number of major support points to roughly ____________________. ANSWER: six; DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 106; TYPE: concept 85. An alternative to creating an outline of your message is to use a(n) ____________________ ____________________ similar to those used to show a company's management structure. ANSWER: organization chart; DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 109; TYPE: concept Short Answer 86. Describe at least three of the tasks involved in developing an audience profile. ANSWER: Developing an audience profile involves identifying your primary audience and determining its size, geographic distribution, and composition. It also requires gauging your audience's level of understanding, considering their expectations and preferences, and forecasting their probable reaction to your message. DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 93-94; TYPE: concept 87. List at least four methods of gathering information to include in your message. ANSWER: Strategies for gathering information include (1) considering other viewpoints; (2) reading reports and other company documents; (3) talking with supervisors, colleagues, or customers; and (4) asking your audience for input. DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 94; TYPE: concept 88. How can the journalistic approach help you include all required information in you business messages? ANSWER: The journalistic approach enables you to check the thoroughness of your message by seeing whether your message answers who, what, when, where, why, and how. DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 95; TYPE: concept 89. List at least three strategies to help ensure the accuracy of information you in include in business messages. ANSWER: DIFFICULTY: difficult; PAGE: 95; TYPE: concept 90. Briefly describe how to meet an unfamiliar audience's informational needs. ANSWER: When you don't know your audience, use common sense to identify points of particular interest. Audience factors such as age, job, location, income, and education can give you a clue. DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 96; TYPE: concept 91. Briefly define media richness, and provide at least one example of a rich medium and a lean medium. ANSWER: Media richness is the value of a communication medium in a given situation. It is determined by a medium's ability to convey a message by means of more than one informational cue, facilitate feedback, and establish personal focus. Face-to-face conversation is the richest medium, while unaddressed documents such as posters and signs are the leanest. DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 100; TYPE: concept 92. Describe at least two disadvantages of using electronic media for business messages. ANSWER: Despite the speed convenience of electronic media, they are not without problems. These media help companies get input from a wider variety of people but people also tend to overuse them, leading to message overload. They can also lack privacy, and their use is so popular that it can diminish employees' productivity. DIFFICULTY: difficult; PAGE: 101; TYPE: concept 93. Briefly explain the difference between the topic of a message and the main idea. ANSWER: The topic of a message is its broad subject, condensed to one idea. In contrast, the main idea is a specific statement about the topic. DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 104; TYPE: concept 94. In preparing a letter to a vendor regarding a missing part of your order, would the direct or indirect approach be preferable? Briefly explain your choice. ANSWER: In this case, the direct approach would be best because the audience is likely to be receptive to the message. The indirect approach should be used when the audience will probably react with skepticism or resistance. DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 106-07; TYPE: application 95. Briefly distinguish between the deductive and inductive approaches to organizing business messages. ANSWER: The deductive, or direct, approach starts with the main idea and then provides supporting evidence. The inductive approach builds a case with supporting evidence before presenting the main idea. DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 106-07; TYPE: concept Essay 96. What are the four tasks involved in planning business messages? ANSWER: Planning business messages involves (1) , (2) DIFFICULTY: difficult; PAGE: 90; TYPE: concept 97. Explain each phase of the three-step writing process. ANSWER: The three-step writing process includes planning, writing, and completing the business message. Planning involves analyzing the situation, gathering information, selecting the right medium for your message, and organizing the information. Writing the message involves adapting to your audience and composing your message. Completing a business message includes revising, producing, proofreading, and distributing it. DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 90-91; TYPE: concept 98. List at least three helpful questions to ask in evaluating the purpose of a message. ANSWER: Once you have determined the specific purpose of a business message, you can decide whether that purpose merits the time and effort required for you to prepare and send the message. In order to test the purpose of a message, one should ask (1) DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 93; TYPE: concept 99. How can your audience's level of understanding help you determine the appropriate amount of information to include in a business message? ANSWER: If audience members do not share your general background, your message will likely need to include an element of education. DIFFICULTY: difficult; PAGE: 93; TYPE: concept 100. Briefly describe at least three factors to consider when choosing media for business messages. ANSWER: DIFFICULTY: moderate; PAGE: 100-01; TYPE: concept

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Expansion and War and the Final Solution 1. Hitler's plan 1. The Reichs 1. 1st 800-1815 the Holy Roman Empire 2. 2nd 1870 Kaiser Wilhelm I and Kaiser Wilhelm II 3. 3rd 1933 Hitler 2. 1937 Hitler announces his plans to control Europe 1. Sudetenlan
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Hi t ler Comes to Power 1. H i tler's Program 1. World Domination Realpolitik 1. 1930s H i tler promises greatness for Germany 1. Win back the pride lost at Versailles 2. 1932 Nazis form a powerful block within the Reichstag and gain populari ty w
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Fascism 1. Consequences of the Depression 1. Polarization 1. On the basis of class 2. Worker revolts 1. The working class wanted change 2. Looked to other classes like the precursors to a communist revolution 3. Made the middle classes uncomfortable,
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European Revolution 1. Russian Revolution 1. Revolutions 1. March 1917 Overthrow of the Tsar 1. Petrograd soviet 2. Provisional government 1. Controlled by conservative members of the Duma 2. Kerensky = leader 2. November 1917 Bolshevik Revolution
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World War I 1. Bismarck's System, 1871-1890 1. Peace 1. Germany is satiated 2. Bismarck wants Germany to be able to enjoy all that they have gained no more war! 3. This means: 1. Consolidating German gains 2. Isolating France 1. French want revenge
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The Second Industrial Revolution 1. Compared to the first 1. Far more revolutionary 2. The first 1. Got down the basics 2. Did not int roduce dramatically revolutionary goods and services 3. Coal and iron 3. The Second 1. Effected the whole world muc
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Imperialism 1. Definition 1. Not just one country expanding into other parts of the world 2. Involves the imposition of rule over people who consider themselves their own sovereign nation 1. Force 2. Imposing one country's will over other people and
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German Unification, 1862-1871 1. Factors that make it hard to unify 1. Geographic 1. Large set of sovereign states in central Europe 2. Easily dominated by the major European powers 3. Has no permanent boundaries/barriers 1. No mountain ranges or oce
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Nationalism 1. Nationalism 1. Unification of people with the same language, ethnicity, and/or heritage 1. I taly Comprised of many units that do not work together 2. Germany Broken up into many k ingdoms, principalities, and cities 3. Colonialism 1
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The French Revolution I) A political collapse in France II) Causes A) Aristocratic Revolution 1788 1) They want a way to curb the power of the monarch a system of checks 2) Louis cannot tax the nobility or the clergy on their land they own 45% of
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Ancien Regime Old Regime (1660-1789) A) Political 1) Absolutism France, Austria, Russia, Prussia (a) Characterized as a struggle between nobility and the monarch (b) France (i) 1660 Louis XIV comes of age to rule (ii) Louis declares he will be the
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Industrialization of Britain I) Economic Revolutions A) Commercial Revolution: increase in trade and commerce both domestically and internationally B) Slave trade 1) British goods shipped down to west Africa 2) Slaves taken and shipped to the America
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Chapter 8Chemical BondingQuestions for consideration1. How can we classify the types of bonding of different compounds? 2. What is the nature of bonding in ionic compounds?3. What is the nature of bonding in molecular compounds?4. How can we
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Chapter 7Electron Structure of the AtomQuestions for consideration1. What is light and how can we describe it? 2. How can we describe the behavior of the electron in a hydrogen atom?3. How can we describe electrons in all atoms?4. How does th
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Chapter 6Quantities in Chemical ReactionsQuestions for consideration1. What do coefficients in balanced equations represent? 2. How can we use a balanced equation to relate the number of moles of reactants and products in a chemical reaction? 3.
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Chapter 5Chemical Reactions and EquationsQuestions for consideration1. What happens in a chemical reaction? 2. How do when know whether a chemical reaction takes place? 3. How do we represent a chemical reaction with a chemical equation?4. How
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Chapter 4Chemical CompositionQuestions for consideration1. How can we count the number of atoms in a sample of a material? The number of molecules? The number of formula units? 2. How can we know the number of molecules in a sample of a material
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Chapter 3Chemical CompoundsQuestions for consideration1. How do ionic compounds differ from molecular compounds? 2. What kinds of ions are in ionic compounds? 3. What do formulas of ionic compounds represent? 4. How are ionic compounds named? 5.
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Chapter 2Atoms, Ions, and the Periodic TableQuestions for consideration1. What evidence suggests that matter is composed of atoms? 2. How does the composition of different atoms differ? 3. How do ions differ from the atoms of an element? 4. How
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Chapter 1Matter and EnergyQuestions for consideration1. What characteristics distinguish different types of matter? 2. What are some properties of matter? 3. What is energy and how does it differ from matter? 4. What approaches do scientists use
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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS ECON 102A: MICROECONOMIC THEORY MWF 2:10 3:00 PM, BRNHL B118 SPRING 2009 Instructor: Victoria Umanskaya Office: Sproul Hall 3128 Office hours: MF 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM or by appointment Email
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Supply-and-Demand Model: The Market Mechanism Reading: Chapter 21DemandQuantity demanded is the amount of a good that consumers are willing and able to buy at a given price (holding constant other factors that affect demand)Refers to the poin
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Supply-and-Demand Model: ElasticityReading: Chapter 21Elasticities of Supply and DemandNot only are we concerned with what direction price and quantity will move when the market changes, but we are concerned about how much they change Elasticit
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Consumer Behavior: Consumer PreferencesReading: Chapter 3I have forced myself to contradict myself in order to avoid conforming to my own taste. - Marcel Duchamp, Dada artistTheory of Consumer Choice Three steps involved in the study of consumer
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Consumer Behavior: Budget ConstraintReading: Chapter 3You can't have everything. Where would you put it?- Steven WrightBudget ConstraintsThe Budget Line (or budget constraint)Shows all combinations of goods that can be bought at given prices a
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Consumer Behavior: Consumer ChoiceReading: Chapter 3My problem lies in reconciling my gross habits with my net income.- Errol FlynnConsumer Choice Given preferences and budget constraints, how do consumers choose what to buy?"Utility Maximizat
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Applying Consumer Theory: Individual DemandReading: Chapter 41Individual Demand: Price ChangesFor each price change, we can determine how much of the good consumer would purchase given her budget constraint and preferences We can trace out
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Applying Consumer Theory: Income and Substitution Effects and Market DemandReading: Chapter 41As price of one good changes (all else the same), there are two effects:Substitution Effect Consumers will tend to buy more of the good Incom