Register now to access 7 million high quality study materials (What's Course Hero?) Course Hero is the premier provider of high quality online educational resources. With millions of study documents, online tutors, digital flashcards and free courseware, Course Hero is helping students learn more efficiently and effectively. Whether you're interested in exploring new subjects or mastering key topics for your next exam, Course Hero has the tools you need to achieve your goals.

6 Pages

Course: ECON 315, Fall 2008
School: Winthrop
Rating:

Word Count: 1046

Document Preview

to Answers Questions for Review 1. In the VMPL curve, the firm is a price taker. In the MRP L curve, the firm is a price maker. 2. Because the monopoly would raise price and cut output, it would hire a smaller quantity of labor. 3. Other firms in the area could bid away workers. 4. Employers who discriminate will be driven out of the market by those who do not discriminate. Answers to Chapter 14 Problems 1. Wages...

Register Now

Unformatted Document Excerpt

Coursehero >> South Carolina >> Winthrop >> ECON 315

Course Hero has millions of student submitted documents similar to the one
below including study guides, practice problems, reference materials, practice exams, textbook help and tutor support.

Course Hero has millions of student submitted documents similar to the one below including study guides, practice problems, reference materials, practice exams, textbook help and tutor support.
to Answers Questions for Review 1. In the VMPL curve, the firm is a price taker. In the MRP L curve, the firm is a price maker. 2. Because the monopoly would raise price and cut output, it would hire a smaller quantity of labor. 3. Other firms in the area could bid away workers. 4. Employers who discriminate will be driven out of the market by those who do not discriminate. Answers to Chapter 14 Problems 1. Wages = \$4/hr which equals VMP at L = 30 hours. The VMP column numbers are 16, 12, 8, 4, and 0. Wage (\$/hr) 16 VMP 4 MP 0 Labor (person-hrs/day) 30 w=4 40 2. The new budget constraint shares M = \$0 at h = 24 hours, but has twice the slope due to the wage being twice as high. The M' column numbers are 288, 216, 144, 72, and 0. Income (\$/day) 288 216 144 M 72 M' 0 6 12 Leisure (hrs/day) 18 24 3. The monopsonist hires L = 20 units of labor, where VMP = MFC = \$8, and pays the wage w = AFC = \$4/hr. Wage (\$/hr) 16 VMP MFC 8 AFC 4 0 Labor (person-hrs/day) 20 30 4. The value of the marginal product of labor is price times the marginal product of labor. VMP = P(MPL) = 5(22 L) = 110 5L. A perfectly competitive firm hires labor until the point where w = VMP, which in this case occurs at 10 = 110 5L or 100 = 5L or L = 20 units of labor. Wage (\$/hr) 60 VMP 10 0 Labor (person-hrs/day) 5. ABC = budget constraint for current job; E1 = current job; CD = budget constraint for new job E2 = new job 20 22 Income (\$/day) A 48 D I1 I2 36 E E1 8 B 2 C 12 16 24 leisure Since the new budget constraint also contains E1 (the current job), and since Smith's indifference curve was tangent at E1 with a slope of 2.5, it follows that he will accept the new job; at E 1, he values extra leisure at \$2.50/hr and the new job lets him get it for only \$1.50/hr. 6. Program 1 is more likely to reduce hours worked, assuming leisure is a normal good, because it provides more income while leaving the price of leisure unchanged. Program 2, by contrast, makes leisure more expensive than before. Income (\$/day) 115.2 106 96 Program 2 budget constraint Program 1 budget constraint initial budget constraint 10 leisure 11.5 7. a) Equilibrium occurs where MFC = demand: 24 4L = 12 - 2L, which solves for L* = 2 W = 2L* = 4 (\$/L) 12 MFC AFC 7 4 L 2 2.5 6 7. b) With a minimum wage of 7 in effect: 7 = 12 -2L, which solves for L** = 5/2; W = 7 7. c) 12 - 2L = AFC = 2L, Lc = 3, Wc = 6 With min wage: L = 5/2; W=7 8. The monopolist's demand curve for labor is his marginal revenue product curve, the product of marginal revenue and the marginal product of labor: MRP = (100-2Q)(4) = (100-8L)(4) = 400-32L. Acme's marginal factor cost curve is given by MFC = 40 + 4L. Equating MRP and MFC, we have 400-32L = 40 + 4L, which solves for L=10. The wage is given by W=40+2L=60. 9. a) MFC = 3 + 2L = Demand = W = 35 - 6L, which solves for L = 4 and W = 7 as shown from the supply curve for L = 4. 9. b) At W = 17, we get L = (35 - 17)/6 = 3. \$/L 35 D MFC 17 11 AFC 7 4 7 3 4 L 32/7 35/6 10. Since MR<P for a monopolist, we know that MR<\$5, which means that MRP L = (MR)(MPL) is less than (5)(2) = \$10/hr. And since w = 10, this means that he should hire less labor. 11. a) MRPL = (MR)(MPL). So MRPL = 5x8 = 40 and MFC = 10 + MFC 2L. Since = MRP, L = 15 and W = 10 + L = 25. Output = 15(5) = 75. 11. b) MRPL = (102-3.92Q)(5) = 510 - 19.6Q. Since the production function is Q=5L (because of constant marginal cost), when we substitute we get, MRP L = 510 - 98L. MFC = MRPL implies 510 - 98L = 10 + 2L which solves for L = 5 and W = 10 + L = 15 and Q = 5L = 25 and P = 102 - 1.96Q = 53. 11. c) From part (b) MRPL = 510 - 98L. At L=5, MRPL = 20 At L=6, MRPL = -78. Since MRPL becomes negative, no matter what the wage is an extra worker will decrease profits. So Ajax will not increase its labor force. 12. Comparing VMP with marginal willingness to pay for additional vacation time, we see that the optimal vacation lengths for the two types of worker are V*young = 2 weeks; V*old = 4 weeks. Compared to the current arrangement (in which all workers get 5 weeks vacation), older workers would be willing to cut their vacation to 4 weeks for only 150/yr more in pay. Since the older worker's VMP is 175/wk the firm can meet this requirement with 25/yr left to spare. Younger workers would be willing to switch to 2 weeks vacation for an increase in pay of only 325/yr, and since the VMP of each younger worker is 150/wk, the 3 week/yr cut in vacation time will generate 450/yr additional revenue, or 125/yr more than necessary to meet the required pay hike. So the extra profit will be 25/yr for each older worker and 125/yr for each younger worker. 13. a) E(VMP) given that test = 9 and applicant is blue: (1/3) (9) + (2/3) (6) = 7. 13. b) E(VMP) test = 9 and applicant is green: (1/3) (9) + (2/3) (12) = 11. 13. c) No. Statistical discrimination pulls members within each group toward the respective group averages. It says nothing about why the group averages differ. 14. a) The wage schedule described in the diagram below pays the worker less than VMP in the early years, more than VMP in the later years. A shirking employee will be reluctant to work under such a schedule, because of the risk of getting caught and fired for shirking before having a chance to cash in on premium wages. The non-shirker, by contrast, does not have this reason to worry about being fired. Of course, if the probability of being caught were zero, the threat of losing future premium wages would lose all force. \$/hr Wage Value of marginal product time 14. b) Workers run not only the risk of being fired for shirking but also the risk of being fired because the firm doesn't want to pay the promised wage premiums. Any firm with a reputation for not making good on such promises would have a very difficult time finding workers to agree to work under a future-oriented pay schedule. 15. a) The equilibrium condition for sector 1 is that its expected wage equal the wage in sector 2: (5/N1)100 = 10, so N1 = 50 and N2 = 80-50 = 30. 15. b) GNP= 5(100) + 30(10) = 800, which is the same as if sector 1 didn't exist! 15. c) If we tax in sector 1 at the rate 0.5, the new equilibrium condition is that the expected value of the after-tax wage in sector 1 be equal to the wage in sector 2: (5/N1) (0.5) 100 = 10, so N1' = 25 and N2' = 80-25 = 55. GNP= 5(100) + 55(10) = 1050. 16. MPL = Q / L = (1/2) ( K / L ) = 1/ L VMPL = P MPL = 10/ L 17. MRPL = MR x MPL = (20-2Q) (1/ L ) = (20-4 L )/ L
Find millions of documents on Course Hero - Study Guides, Lecture Notes, Reference Materials, Practice Exams and more. Course Hero has millions of course specific materials providing students with the best way to expand their education.

Below is a small sample set of documents:

Northeastern University - CSG - 220
Linear and Nonlinear Regression and ClassificationNote to other teachers and users of these slides. Andrew would be delighted if you found this source material useful in giving your own lectures. Feel free to use these slides verbatim, or to modify them
UCSB - CS - 176
Network LayerCS176A Ramya RaghavendraRouting table [Q1]Destination Address Range 10000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 Through 10000000 11111111 11111111 11111111 10000010 00000000 00000000 00000000 Through 10000010 00000000 11111111 11111111 10000010 00
CSU Long Beach - IS - 233
A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13BProject 7 Skill Drills: Working with ChartsSkill Drill exercises reinforce skills presented in Essentials lessons. In these exercises you apply what you have learned to a different data set.What would you like to do?Sk
Texas El Paso - ACADEMICS - 779
Hydrobiologia (2007) 593:129140 DOI 10.1007/s10750-007-9066-5ADVANCES IN ROTIFER RESEARCHCryptic speciation in the cosmopolitan Epiphanes senta complex (Monogononta, Rotifera) with the description of new species Thomas Schroder Elizabeth J. Walsh Spri
Texas El Paso - ACADEMICS - 779
Hydrobiologia (2005) 546:257265 Springer 2005 A. Herzig, R.D. Gulati, C.D. Jersabek &amp; L. May (eds.) Rotifera X: Rotifer Research: Trends, New Tools and Recent Advances DOI 10.1007/s10750-005-4205-3Brachionus calyciorus is a species complex: Mating behavi
Indiana - L - 567
Pollinator preference and the evolution of floral traits in monkeyflowers (Mimulus)Douglas W. Schemske* and H. D. Bradshaw, Jr.*Department of Botany and College of Forest Resources, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195 Edited by Barbara Anna Scha
University of Toronto - DGP - 228
RELATIONAL ALGEBRASELECT: &lt;select condition&gt;(R)Ex.:DNO = 4 (EMPLOYEE) SALARY &gt; 30000 (EMPLOYEE) (SALARY &gt; 30000 AND DNO = 4) OR DNO = 5 (EMPLOYEE)PROJECT: &lt;attribute list&gt;(R)Ex.:SEX, SALARY(EMPLOYEE)SEQUENCES:Ex.:FNAME, LNAME, SALARY(DNO = 4 (EMP
Wisconsin - CS - 740
RFC: 791 INTERNET PROTOCOL DARPA INTERNET PROGRAM PROTOCOL SPECIFICATION September 1981 prepared for Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Information Processing Techniques Office 1400 Wilson Boulevard Arlington, Vi
Wisconsin - CS - 740
Network Working Group Y. RekhterRequest for Comments: 1771 T.J. Watson Research Center, IBM Corp.Obsoletes: 1654 T. LiCategory: Standards Track cisco Systems Editors March 1995 A Border Gateway Protocol 4 (BGP-4)Status of this Memo This document
Nazareth - DOCS - 20052006
St.MichaelsOrthodoxChurchJimFox ReligionResearchProject Dr.Shafiq st Dec.1 2005NameofPlaceofWorship:St. MichaelsParish ReligiousTradition:EasternOrthodox Address:St.Michael'sGreekCatholicChurch 280ClintonStreet Binghamton,NY13905 ContactNameandNumber: R
UMass (Amherst) - STAT - 515
Hw 6 (due Apr. 13, Monday) 4.18 [Sol] (a) Sine f (y) is a probability density function, it should satisfy two conditions, i) f (y) 0 for all y and ii) - f (y)dy = 1. From i), c 0. From ii), - f (y)dy = 0 1 .2dy + 0 (.2 + cy)dy = .4 + c/2 = 1. Thus, c = 1.
Penn State - CGM - 124
INTRODUCTION Combustion of hydrocarbon fuels is the most used means of power production in the United States. However, its current application is mostly limited to the macroscale, while electrochemical sources are primarily used for power generation on th
Penn State - EXC - 106
Deutsch 002 / 005006 Frhjahr 2003 Vocab Quiz 4 (10.2.2003)Die Gesundheit.health deshalb.for that reason wenig.little, few versuchen.to try Der Krutertee.herb tea meistens.mostly manchmal.sometimes der Urlaub.vacation, holidays anstrengend.tiring, sternuo
Northeastern University - CSG - 220
Artificial Neural NetworksRonald J. Williams CSG220, Spring 2007Brains ~1011 neurons of &gt; 20 types, ~1014 synapses, 1-10ms cycle time Signals are noisy spike trains of electrical potential Synaptic strength believed to increase or decrease with use ( l
Lake County - IB - 201
Genetics and Evolution IB 201What Are Species and How Do They Evolve?All cultures, early and modern, group organisms based on similarities and differences in: 1. morphology 2. behavior 3. ecology 4. reproductive compatibility Species are the units of bi
Grinnell - MATH - 5610
MidtermMATH 5610 (6860)For each problem, show your work. Your answers must be clear and follow a logical progression. Read the questions carefully. You do not need to compute decimal expansions of your answers. For 23 example sin(8) and 331 are very goo
Grinnell - MATH - 5610
Optimal Drug Concentrations Course Project DetailsProject: Develop a numerical software package that will return the optimal drug concentration and two of the effect values when the third effect value and the effect weights are given. This is a three sta
Columbia - C - 1112
Personal EssayYu Shi&quot;IF IT KEEPS ON RAINING THEN THE LEVEE'S GOING TO BREAK. IF IT KEEPS ON RAINING THEN THE LEVEE'S GOING TO BREAK.&quot;, the loud and interminable music boomed from the neighboring salon while I sat staring at my computer, attempting in va
GWU - MGT - 216
THE DESIGN OF INTELLECTUAL MOVEMENTS Stuart A. Umpleby Research Program in Social and Organizational Learning The George Washington University Washington, DC 20052, USA Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. I
Colorado's Water Supply FutureColorado's Water Supply FutureColorado State UniversityWater Resources SeminarAugust 27, 20071Colorado Water Conservation Board's Mission:Conserve, Develop, Protect, and Manage Colorado's Water for Present and Future G
CSU Sacramento - ART - 109
INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTIVISMThe Machine Aesthetic and The Construction of a New (Rational, Post-War) SocietyDutch De Stijl, Russian Constructivism, German Bauhaus, French L'Esprit NouveauKasimir Malevich (Russian Suprematist painter, 1878-1935) (right)
Western Kentucky University - TXT - 323
A Hidden Swing Vote- EvangelicalsSeptember 4, 2004 By MICHAEL HOUT and ANDREW M. GREELEY The press has made a big issue of how President Bush andSenator John Kerry are both trying to woo voters fromgroups that usually support the other side, be the
Villanova University - ECE - 4790
ANALOG MODULATIONPART II: ANGLE MODULATIONWhat is Angle Modulation? Inangle modulation, information is embedded in the angle of the carrier. We define the angle of a modulated carrier by the argument of.2000 Bijan Mobasseri2Phasor Form Inthe comp
UNC - GEOG - 160
La rforme agraire en Amrique latine: ombres et lumiresL'auteur soutient qu'avec la diffusion ces dernires annes de politiques nolibrales en Amrique latine, l're des grandes rformes agraires, qui a commenc avec la rvolution mexicaine au dbut de ce sicle,
Iowa State - EE - 434
EE 434 Lecture 7Process TechnologyQuiz 4How many wafers can be obtained from a 2m pull? Neglect the material wasted in the kerf used to separate the wafers.2mAnd the number is .183546972And the number is .1 74963825Quiz 4How many
University of Toronto - CSC - 363
CSC363Assignment 5, Question 3 - SolutionSpring 2005Let be an optimal allocation, and let allocation, i.e. j jbe the load of factory j in this=i: (i)=jtiLet T be the maximum load, i.e. T = maxcfw_ . Consider the first iteration i j in which a fa
North Texas - DMW - 0144
Math 1710 Section 3 February 13, 2008 Midterm #1 Name:1You must show all your work to receive full credit.1 1. Let f (x) = x2 - x . Find the average rate of change of f over the interval [1, 3].For problems 2 and 3 find a positive number such that if
Southern Oregon - HR - 5110
Career Development:Organizational and Individual Approaches HR 5110Online FormatProfessor: James P. Pappas, Ph.D.Models of Career ManagementUnit 2 Module 2Hall and Associates The Career is Dead; Long Live the Career: A Relational Approach to Career
UConn - MATH - 1030
Spooky Counting Problems Practice1. Trevor, Ursula, Velma, Winston, Xena, Yolanda, and Zara plan on dressing up for Halloween. They have 4 identical ghost costumes, 2 identical Dick Cheney costumes, and one zombie costume. Assume that any of them could w
UConn - MATH - 1030
Spooky Counting Problems Practice1. Trevor, Ursula, Velma, Winston, Xena, Yolanda, and Zara plan on dressing up for Halloween. They have 4 identical ghost costumes, 2 identical Dick Cheney costumes, and one zombie costume. Assume that any of them could w
Western Kentucky University - TXT - 102
Cheney defends treatment of Guantnamo prisonersWHITE HOUSE RESPONDS TO GROWING CRITICISMBy Drew Brown &amp; Knight RidderJune 14 2005WASHINGTON - Pentagon officials have acknowledged using harsh interrogation techniques on a prisoner at Guantnamo Bay, C
Michigan State University - CSE - 891
Contents1 Sequence alignment algorithms Brute force comparison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The lowly(?) dotplot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . sidebar - Big-O Notation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Longest common subs
Western Kentucky University - TXT - 102
August 2, 2005Saudis' Leader Is Dead, Ending 23-Year ReignBy HASSAN M. FATTAHand MICHAEL SLACKMANRIYADH, Saudi Arabia, Aug. 1 - King Fahd bin Abdel Aziz al-Saud, Saudi Arabia's long-ailing monarch who oversaw one of the country's greatest periods of
Penn State - MUH - 164
Conversational English Lesson 1Terms Commonly Used At the University 1. Gen ed General Education The basic classes all undergraduate students must take. 2. Grad School Graduate School 3. Upperclassmen Juniors and Seniors in college 4. Lowerclassmen Fresh
University of Texas - JC - 422
Jason Childers STS 331 April 10, 2007 Summary and Response: Patchwork Girl Shelley Jacksons Patchwork Girl (PWG) is an attempt to tell the tale of a monster with an identity crisis, using the rather uncommon (and perhaps innovative) hypertext format. The
Hudson VCC - CDAE - 170
Casein PaintChris Tomberg Jenny GouldWhat is Casein paint? One of the oldest water-based paints. It is a calcium-caseinate made from milk protein (casein) and lime (calcium) plus earth or mineral pigments. A non-toxic paint that gives objects an old,
Clarkson - FILM - 322
Hollywood CinemaTaking Movies Seriously The Wizard of Oz as Hollywood Journey Familiar people and scenes transformed Journey into another world But a recognizably American world Safe return home Colorful Dangerous Exciting The Wizard of Oz
Grinnell College - CS - 151
Fundamentals of Computer Science I (CS151.02 2007S)Laboratory: Randomized DrawingSummary: We explore a technique for algorithmically generating interesting images that takes advantage of Scheme's random procedure. Contents: Preparation Exercises Exercis
Lake County - IB - 150
Welcome back to IB 150.Nautilus eye A &quot;pinhole camera&quot; - no lensReproductive AltruismWhy do some individuals forgo reproduction to help others reproduce?Dwarf mongoose on guardA Problem For DarwinSocial insects Live in colonies with only one or a fe
Lake County - IB - 150
Welcome back to IB 150.Hobbs at the Sierra Safari Zoo in Nevada (tiger mother, lion father)Lecture 13: Natural selectionReadings: Ch. 24, Overview, 24,1, 24.2Comcluding comments on natural selection in guppies Speciation microevolution, macroevolution
Brigham Young University, Hawaii - M - 106
Math 106 COURSE OBJECTIVES I. Measuring or Counting Quantitative with Units and Using Them in Problem Solving P.I.1 Determine Common Fractions. P.I.2 Add and Subtract Fractions P.I.3 Multiply Fractions P.I.4 Simplify Reciprocals and Division P.I.5 Convert
NYU - MAF - 305
Chapter 10: Alkyl Halides Naming Alkyl Halides: 1. Find the longest chain. 2. Name and number the molecule treating halogens the same way as alkyl substituents. 3. Choose order of substituents using alphabetical order (do not include di, tri, tetra, etc.)
CUNY Baruch - ANTHRO - 102
family HominidaeAnthro 102 Flowchart of Hominids Relationships and Featuresadaptations to habitual bipedality: f. magnum tucked under the skull short and wide pelvis carrying angle in femur non-opposable big toe large gluteus maximus gluteus minimus to
University of Texas - KJT - 1976
DARFUR Prez Honored Given many times before, but first opportunity faith-based ROOTS OF CONFLICT 1956 independence since then, civil war 40 of the 50 years most between north + south religious wars animists/Christians vs. Muslims recently between West Sud
Rose-Hulman - CSSE - 371
Geoffrey Ulmancsse371-Project Use Case5/15/2009Client Description:The Department Heads must be able to define what majors can have a double major or double degree with the selected major being edited. Thus, the system must provide a way for the depart
Nazareth - DOCS - 20052006
StSt. Anne's ChurchResearch done by Nicole NolanTradition: Roman Catholic Church Address: 136 Church St. Palmyra, NY 14522 Phone Number: 1-315-597-4571 Date St. Anne's founded: The church was open for use in 1860 but completed in 1870. Religious leader
Lake County - MAT - 764
Cancer Clustering PhenomenonWhitney Lamm November 30, 2004 OutlineWhat is a Cancer Cluster?The Onedimensional and DDimensional CasesScientific and Public definitions Purpose Expected logarithmic growth ratesCollecting the simulated data Results
North Texas - DLH - 0081
Section 22 To Solve exponential and logarithmic equations, we will use the following properties:1. 2. 3. 4.log a x = y log a M = log a N a M = aN x = ay M=N M=NIf M &gt; 0, N &gt; 0 and M = N, then log a M = log a NSolve logarithmic function using the foll
Minnesota - CHEM - 2301
From Last Lecture.H C HNOfree rotation t tiH C HAn important consequence:Cl C H CH Clis not the same asCl C H CCl Heven though they're connected the same.Stereochemistry/Isomerismisomers Same molecular formula, but not identical.constitution
Cornell - ECON - 301
Econ 301 F07 PROBLEM SET 7 Due Wednesday Dec 5 by noon at Jiyoun's Uris Hall office Wissink 1. You are given the following information about a monopolist who makes gizmos: the monopolist's production function x=L1/2 where L is measured in hours; the firm
Sanford-Brown Institute - CSCI - 1950
Algorithmic Foundations of Computational Biology Professor IstrailMargaret Dayhoff &amp; PAM Similarity MatricesAlgorithmic Foundations of Computational BiologyDr. Margaret Oakley Dayhoff The Mother &amp; Father of BioinformaticsProfessor IstrailAlgorithmic
UMass (Amherst) - PHYS - 400
GalaxiesThe Family of GalaxiesEven seemingly empty regions of the sky contain thousands of very faint, very distant galaxies Large variety of galaxy morphologies:Spirals Ellipticals Star systems like our Milky Way Contain a few thousand to tens of bil
USC - AME - 514
8 7Pulse detonation engine Flight Mach number = 0Specific thrust TSFC65 4 3 2ST TSFCIsp/1000 (sec) (PDR)Isp/1000 (sec) (Shepherd)Isp (Shep)Isp (PDR)10Stoichiometric HC-air01020 30 40 Dimensionless heat input5060gamma 1.4 q 0.0001 0.2 0.4
University of Texas - KJT - 1976
Kedron Touvell CMS 306 Informative Speech Outline I. Introduction How many of you would consider taking a pill that would raise your IQ by 25 points. Most likely all of you would at least consider the possibility. The world today is so competitive that pe
University of Hawaii - Hilo - SLS - 640
Some notes on verbs + particles and verbs + prepositionsIn general, in linguistic treatments, the major distinction is between &quot;particles&quot; and &quot;prepositional phrases&quot;. A, Particles, which follow the verb, and if there's a direct object, follow the object
Lake County - CI - 336
Geometry_Name_Circle Vocabulary arc adjacent arcs center congruent circles circle chord diameter circumference inscribed angle central angleconcentric circlesinterior point of a circle exterior point of circle major arc semicircle minor arc pi radius
Minnesota - PSY - 3617
Behavioral and Related Therapies 3 Kinds: Classical Conditioning Operant Conditioning (and hybrid classicaloperant methods) Cognitive/Cognitive-BehavioralClassical Conditioning Unconditioned stimulus (UCS), leads to Response (R) (emotional, behavioral
Caltech - GE - 148
Assignment 2 Class Presentations. ESE 148c Spring 2006Regardless of whether you go on after Caltech to become scientists, engineers, doctors, lawyers, or politicians, public speaking is a skill that will be useful throughout your life. There is, unfortun
University of Rochester - PHYS - 344
Review: There wont be an equation sheet you should know the basic starting points. When it comes down to an integral, Ill give you what you would be able to find in an integral table, but you may need to do some approximating, integration by parts, etc. t
University of Toronto - CSC - 407
Overview CSC407: Software Architecture Fall 2006 Pipes and FiltersGreg Wilson BA 4234 gvwilson@cs.utoronto.ca1 Some things are best learned by example So let's look at some software architectures First target: pipes and filters One of the reasons fo
UCSB - CS - 176
Link Layer ReviewCS176A Ramya Raghavendra Suppose two nodes start to transmit at the same time a packet of length L over a broadcast channel of Rate R. Denote the propagation delay between the two nodes as tprop. Will there be a collision if tprop &lt; L/R