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Exam #1 - Ch. 1-4 1)Anthropology takes a(n) ________ approach that includes a wide geographic and historical range. A) personal B) cultural C) topical D) holistic 2) A human paleontologist would be least interested in A) primates. B) cultural systems. C) fossil evidence of humans. D) sociological relationships. 3) The study of how languages change through time and how they may be related is A) structural...

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#1 Exam - Ch. 1-4 1)Anthropology takes a(n) ________ approach that includes a wide geographic and historical range. A) personal B) cultural C) topical D) holistic 2) A human paleontologist would be least interested in A) primates. B) cultural systems. C) fossil evidence of humans. D) sociological relationships. 3) The study of how languages change through time and how they may be related is A) structural linguistics. B) historical linguistics. C) sociolinguistics. D) ethnolinguistics. 4) An ethnographer would A) work in the field for long periods of time. B) work with applied anthropologists in developing foreign aid projects. C) make many cross-cultural comparisons. D) work directly with historians on various projects. 5) Applied anthropologists deal with A) current problems in a society. B) the application of pure research to earlier research efforts. C) past problems suffered by various societies. D) the application of cultural data to paleontological findings. 6) Prosimians, monkeys, apes, and humans are all members of the order of A) primates. B) humans. C) Homo sapiens. D) primatologists. 7) Anthropology is literally the study of A) human history. B) human population patterns. C) humans. D) the products of human societies. 8) Anthropology includes all of the following except A) why contemporary peoples have different cultures. B) how humans vary biologically. C) how insect colonies are organized. D) when humans first appeared on the earth. 9) Archaeologists know that substantial differences in wealth developed only after ________ years ago. A) 60,000 B) 10,000 C) 6000 D) 1000 10) Which of the following is a physical anthropologist least likely to study? A) fossil dinosaur bones B) chimpanzees C) the composition of human hair D) how and when humans first appeared on the earth 11) Which of the following is least likely to interest an archaeologist? A) ancient garbage heaps B) ancient temples C) pieces of ancient pottery D) dinosaur bones 12) Unlike ethnologists, ethnographers A) describe a given society based on their own fieldwork. B) study societies with writing systems. C) compare societies cross-culturally. D) are interested in "primitive" peoples. 13) The anthropological attitude that a society's customs and ideas should be described objectively and understood in the context of that society's problems and opportunities is called A) ethnocentrism. B) cultural relativism. C) humanistic. D) empathetic. 14) A group within a society that holds commonly shared customs is a A) subculture. B) sodality. C) sub society. D) subgroup. 15) Anthropologists, as well as other social scientists, feel that culture is A) inherited. B) learned and shared. C) transmitted only from one group to another. D) only a small part of how people learn their behaviors. 16) The most powerful transmitter of culture is probably A) parents. B) the elders of a society. C) the school system. D) language. 17) Because a word or phrase can represent what it stands for, whether or not that thing is present, we say that language is A) interpretive. B) adaptive. C) symbolic. D) naturalistic. 18) What did anthropologists discover regarding same-sex touching in Kenya? A) Same-sex touching indicates a strong sexual desire. B) Members of the same sex rarely touch each other. C) Touching someone of the same sex is not necessarily sexual. D) The Kenyan attitude toward homosexuality is more tolerant than North Americans'. 19) Standards or rules about what is acceptable behavior are referred to by social scientists as A) major rules. B) laws. C) mores. D) norms. 20) In discovering cultural patterns it is sometimes necessary to conduct surveys. What sampling technique is necessary to guarantee a representative sample? A) population sampling B) redundant sampling C) random sampling D) marginal sampling 21) In the early days of anthropology, the prevailing view that culture develops in a uniform and progressive manner was known as early A) cultural relativism. B) evolutionism. C) adaptation. D) group variation. 22) The concept of cultural integration means that A) cultural elements are related and support each other. B) various subgroups in the society work together. C) cultural traits that are maladaptive can be made to work with adaptive traits. D) cultural elements relate only in certain ways. 23) Anthropologists withhold judgments about whether one culture is better than another since A) most anthropologists come from more highly developed cultures and do not want to offend their informants. B) all cultures are the same with regard to their morality. C) they feel customs should be studied in terms of a given society's needs. D) cultures are always changing and a culture that is superior today may not be tomorrow. 24) Ethnocentrism A) is necessary so that scientists can compare different cultures to a common base culture. B) prevents conclusion in distinguishing one culture from another. C) prevents creative insights into one's own customs. D) makes a person well-suited for anthropological fieldwork. 25) For something to be cultural it must be A) traditional. B) learned and commonly shared. C) part of a society's ideals. D) unchanging. 26) The term "subculture" refers to A) the conscious behaviors, beliefs, attitudes, values, and ideals of a society. B) the unconscious behaviors, beliefs, attitudes, values and ideals of a society. C) a cultural pattern considered inferior by members of a society. D) the variant culture of a group of people within a larger society. 27) The fact that monkeys and apes can learn new behaviors from each other A) does not necessarily mean that they have culture, since their social life may be purely instinctual. B) suggests that they have a culture. C) suggests that they are ancestral to modern humans. D) suggest that they are classified as more cultural than many mammals that spend their lives in isolation. 28) The ideal cultural patterns of a society A) generally reflect the way a society was in the past. B) consist of the cultural patterns that most people always exhibit. C) consist of the ideas people have about how they ought to behave.F .Dare usually followed by the most respected members of a community, though not necessarily by others. 29) Which of the following customs could most easily be studied through the use of a few knowledgeable persons? A) the sexual habits of urban residents B) people's breakfast habits C) the ways parents discipline their children D) the ways Mormon theologians arrive at agreements on doctrinal questions 30) The frequency distribution of behavior patterns in a group very often takes the form of A) a bell-shaped curve. B) a straight line graph. C) an S-shaped curve. D) a Poisson curve. 31) One factor responsible for a good deal of the culture change that has occurred in the last few hundred years is probably the A) colonial expansion of European societies into other areas of the world. B) change in the world's climate. C) loss of faith in traditional religions. D) closing of borders between different societies the world over. 32) ________ is the analysis of the relationship between a culture and its environment. A) Ethnoscience B) Ecology C) Cultural ecology D) Biological ecology 33) The more frequent survival and reproduction of the better adapted best describes A) biological ecology. B) cultural ecology. C) natural selection. D) cultural adaptation. 34) Participant observation refers to the A) observation of how people interact in careful contrived situations. B) use of a laboratory to standardize measurements. C) practice of immersing oneself in the language and customs of a society. D) employment of natives to gather information from their peers for the anthropologists to study. 35) Behavioral ecology is like cultural ecology in that it A) emphasizes that natural selection operates only on genes. B) places a great deal of importance on genes. C) emphasizes that behavior must be adaptive in evolutionary terms. D) emphasizes group selection. 36) Cultural ecology focuses mostly on what biologists would call A) individual selection. B) group selection. C) individual behavior. D) group behavior. 37) In contrast to cultural ecology, behavioral ecology focuses mostly on what biologists would call A) individual selection. B) group selection. C) individual behavior. D) group behavior. 38) A theoretical construct is something A) that can be shown to exist. B) ephemeral and unknowable. C) that cannot be observed or verified directly. D) that demonstrates relationships between facts while proving their existence at the same time. 39) How a researcher describes the procedure that will be followed to measure a variable is A) the hypothesis. B) the theory. C) the operational definition. D) only a guess. 40) A random sample is done inside of a A) population. B) sampling universe. C) society. D) small group. 41) What method should be used to test a theory within one society? A) regional controlled comparison B) within-culture comparisons C) cross-cultural research D) historical research 42) In ________, the anthropologist compares ethnographic information obtained from societies found in a particular region. A) regional controlled comparison B) within-culture comparisons C) cross-cultural research D) historical research 43) A description of the procedures used to measure a variable is known as A) an hypothesis. B) an operational definition. C) a theoretical construct. D) a theory. 44) In a random sample, cases are chosen A) on the basis of some standard criterion, such as size of population. B) as haphazardly as possible. C) so that each case has an equal chance of being selected. D) from among materials the researcher happens to have at home or in the office. 45) The archive known as the Human Relations Area Files A) is located a Harvard University. B) specializes in providing information on social problems in societies around the world. C) is available only to qualified researchers. D) is an ever-growing collection of ethnographic books and articles that have been indexed and cross-referenced to make them easier to consult. 46) Statistical tests of significance can help us A) measure variables. B) prove theories. C) determine the level of importance we should attach to a theoretical construct. D) determine whether our results are attributable to chance. 47) Most anthropological data comes from A) ethnographic fieldwork. B) accounts of early explorers. C) government censuses and reports. D) controlled studies. 48) Which of the following is most likely to depend on data collected firsthand? A) cross-cultural researcher B) ethnographer C) cross-historical researcher D) ethnohistorian 49) Animal communication includes all of the following except for A) odor. B) body language. C) calls. D) symbolic communication. 50) When we say that a communication is ________, we mean at least two things. First, the communication has meaning even when the referent is not there, and second, the meaning is arbitrary. A) understandable B) symbolic C) representative D) rhetorical 51) Some grammar theoreticians have suggested that there may be a ________ in the brain, as innate to humans as call systems are to other animals. A) lobe B) critical area C) language acquisition device D) logical center 52) Some anthropologists have argued that language as we know it developed only with the emergence of modern-looking humans about A) 750,000 years ago. B) 500,000 years ago. C) 200,000 years ago. D) 100,000 years ago. 53) How many mutually unintelligible languages have been identified? A) none B) 2000 C) 4000-5000 D) 8000-10,000 54) Children have developed an innate sense of grammar by what age? A) 12 months B) 16 months C) 12 to 18 months D) 18 to 24 months 55) A class of related sounds is known as a A) phone B) phoneme C) morph D) morpheme 56) The smallest unit of language that has meaning is a A) phone. B) phoneme. C) morph. D) morpheme. 57) Michael Krauss, a linguist who tracks disappearing languages, estimates that ________ percent of the world's languages are endangered. A) 30 B) 50 C) 70 D) 90 58) The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis states that A) societies are heavily influenced by their languages. B) language is a force in its own right, that it affects how individuals in a society perceive and conceive reality. C) culture is the molder of language. Languages reflect the values, attitudes, and beliefs of the society. D) language is neutral to society. It is the society that forms the language. 59) A "closed" communication system A) is one that has become extinct. B) entails feedback between the receptor sense and the brain. C) is limited to a certain group within a community or species. D) does not use combinations of signals (like calls) to form new messages. 60) Children learn spoken language A) at a relatively later age in simpler societies. B) at about the same age in all cultures. C) at a surprisingly wide range of ages, but with no observable correlation with societal complexity. D) at a relatively later age in more complex societies. 61) A pidgin language A) is a symbolic system of communication used by certain birds. B) resembles language spoken by early humans. C) is a simplified language based on the language of a dominant group. D) is a Creole language to which additional, key grammatical forms have added. 62) been A Creole language is a A) language spoken in parts of the Caribbean and southern Louisiana. B) language spoken by early humans. C) simplified language based on the language of a dominant group. D) pidgin language to which additional, key grammatical forms have been added. 63) The language family that English belongs to is called ________. A) Indo-European B) Indo-Iranian C) Latin D) Sanskrit 64) The roles that determine how phrases and sentences are formed make up a language's A) morphology. B) descriptive grammar. C) syntax. D) phonology. 65) Research has shown that English people from higher-class backgrounds tend to have more ________ speech, conforming more to what is considered standard English. A) heterogenous B) inductive C) deductive D) homogeneous 66) How much of the general English vocabulary comes from French? A) only about 5% B) less than 1% C) about 50% D) approximately 10% 67) Compared to people in complex societies, people in simpler societies A) commonly can give more general names for groups of plants and animals. B) commonly can give more names for specific plants. C) commonly have the same number of general terms for plants, but more terms for specific plants. D) usually have more names for specific plants, but the same number of general plant terms. Exam #2 Ch. 5-9 1) Polygyny is least likely in societies A) with more women than men. B) with a long post-partum sex taboo. C) suffering from a high male mortality rate in warfare. D) with balanced sex ratios. 2) Anthropologists are reasonably certain that social stratification A) emerged relatively recently in human history. B) is as old as Homo sapiens. C) does not exist in the United States. D) has occurred only in industrial societies. 3) Among pastoral nomads, wealth is usually measured in A) animals. B) the amount of land people own. c the number of children people have. C) the number of wives a man has. 4) The subsistence strategy that characterized most of human history was A) horticulture. B) irrigation agriculture. C) food collection. D) pastoralism. 5) A society is practicing which form of stratification when the members of the society have equal access to economic resources but not to prestige? A) egalitarian B) caste C) class D) rank 6) Marriage is considered a ________ trait by anthropologists because it is practiced by all societies. A) dominant B) prescriptive C) sensible D) universal 7) The giving of gifts without any immediate return or conscious thought of return is most common in A) wealthier societies. B) industrialized societies. C) societies with intensive agriculture. D) societies of food collectors and horticulturalists. 8) In which group were incestuous marriages permitted? A) poor urban African Americans B) the Nuer of East Africa C) the Manbikwara Indians of Brazil D) royal Egyptian families 9) Premarital sex is A) considered good for boys in some societies but is apparently universally discouraged for girls. B) frowned upon by almost all of the world's societies. C) actively encouraged in some societies. D) accepted in some societies but apparently never actively encouraged. 10) Which of the following types of food-getting normally requires the most work? A) tree-top agriculture B) food-collection C) intensive agriculture D) shifting cultivation 11) A(n) ________ is a custom whereby a man is obliged to marry his brother's widow. A) sororate B) exogamy C) endogamy D) levirate 12) The Basseri pastoralists of Iran are characterized by all of the following except A) tents made of goat's hair. B) annual migrations. C) individual ownership of land. D) sales of wood, hides, butter, and livestock. 13) The Samoans do all of the following except A) plant banana trees. B) plant breadfruit trees. C) fish in the open sea. D) plow the land. 14) Before 1950s the Yanomamo did not have steel axes or machetes. Where did they get these tools? A) The government supplied them. B) The Yanomamo discovered metal working around the 1950s. C) Missionaries gave them the steel axes and machetes. D) Trade with neighboring communities. 15) Of the following, which is not a consequence of intense agriculture? A) denser populations B) more sedentary way of life C) advanced social stratification D) smaller population groups 16) In which type of society are women most likely to contribute more than men to primary subsistence? A) pastoral B) hunter-gatherer C) horticultural D) intensive agriculture 17) What do archaeologists suggest may have contributed to the decline of the earliest citystates in Mesopotamia, present-day southern Iraq and southwestern Iran? A) overpopulation B) drought C) salinization D) flooding 18) Egalitarian societies are least likely to be found among A) pastoralists. B) food collectors. C) societies with tree agriculture. D) societies with intensive agriculture. 19) ________ is the accumulation of goods by a particular person, or in a particular place, for the purpose of subsequent distribution. A) Reciprocity B) Redistribution C) Commercial exchange D) Balanced reciprocity 20) When goods or services are given to another without any apparent expectation of a returned gift, we call it A) negative reciprocity. B) redistribution. C) generalized reciprocity. D) balanced reciprocity. 21) Of the following economic activities, which has the need for the higher level of technology? A) food-collecting B) horticulture C) pastoralism D) intensive agriculture 22) In general, which type of economic activity provides the most leisure time? A) food-collecting B) pastoralism C) intensive agriculture D) industrial agriculture 23) As understood by anthropologists, horticulture includes all of the following except A) shifting cultivation. B) planted tree crops. C) dependence on hunting or fishing for part of the food supply. D) greenhouses for growing plants. 24) The theory that inbreeding can be genetically harmful to animals that produce few offspring A) was first proposed by Edward Tylor. B) is unsupported by data from animal studies. C) is probably true. D) has no bearing on the universal presence of the incest taboo. 25) Which of the following statements best describes the land ownership situation among the Hadza of Tanzania? A) Individuals may only use the land that they have purchased. B) The political leaders decide who owns specific parcels of land. C) The Hadza do not believe that they have exclusive rights over the land they use. D) The government owns all the land, and hunting time on it is "rented" by the individual. 26) Modern industrial societies are noted for having disparate access to economic resources and prestige. What type of stratification exists in these societies? A) egalitarian B) caste C) class D) rank 27) The Inuit subsist mostly on ________ because ________ do not exist in large numbers at their northerly latitude. A) meat/plants B) animals/roots C) plants/ and animals D) plants/caribou 28) The most common form of family in the societies studied by anthropologists is A) the extended family. B) the nuclear family. C) the matrifocal family. D) the polygynous family. 29) What percentage of societies do not allow women to participate in warfare? A) 87 B) 75 C) 67 D) 92 30) Colonial influence in various parts of the world seems to have A) only slightly affected the status of women. B) lowered the status of women. C) generally resulted in greater sexual antagonism between men and women. D) raised the status of women. 31) All societies divide labor by ________ and ________. A) value/service B) service/custom C) value/productivity D) gender/age 32) A ________ is a category of persons who all have about the same opportunity to obtain economic resources, power, and prestige. A) social group B) class C) open class D) caste 33) ________ occurs when prices are subject to supply and demand and do not necessarily involve money. A) Redistribution B) Reciprocity C) Commercial exchange D) Balanced reciprocity 34) Of the following economic activities, which finds the individual ownership of land most important? A) food-collecting B) horticulture C) pastoralism D) intensive agricultural 35) Which of the following is not a type of forced labor? A) the corvee B) tenant farming C) taxation D) slavery 36) The Yanamamo do all of the following except A) plant manioc. B) shrink the head of their enemies killed in battle. C) fight off intruders to their territory. D) hunt monkeys with bow and arrow. 37) The kula ring is an example of A) redistribution. B) a prized jewel valued for its magical properties. C) balanced reciprocity. D) a dance step used during ceremonial exchanges. 38) A ________ is a ranked group in which membership is determined at birth and marriage is restricted to members of one's own group. A) class B) caste C) social group D) open class 39) Humans display ________. That is, the females and males of the species exhibit fairly marked differences in size and appearance. A) physiological differences B) chromosomal differences C) genotypic differences D) sexual dimorphism 40) Anthropologists have concluded that the physical environment by itself has a ________, rather than a ________, effect on the major types of subsistence. A) restraining/determining B) definitive/determining C) definitive/restraining D) positive/negative 41) When a people grow foods using simple tools in the absence of permanently cultivated fields we call this ________. A) agriculture B) horticulture C) slash and burn agriculture D) xeroculture 42) In which region are hunter-gatherers least likely to be found today? A) deserts B) dense tropical forests C) temperate climates D) the Arctic 43) Generalized reciprocity is most likely between A) friendly neighboring groups. B) close kin. C) strangers and enemies. D) friends in modern societies. 44) The Mbuti pygmy of Zaire practices which form of social stratification? A) egalitarian B) caste C) class D) rank 45) When anthropologists say that marriage is found in all human societies they mean that A) men and women everywhere go through a public ceremony in which they are wedded. B) men and women everywhere set up their own independent homes, away from their parents, where they raise children. C) there are socially approved sexual and economic unions between men and women in all societies. D) all societies expect one man will join with one woman to form a family 46) Which of the following characterizes horticulture? A) long fallow periods B) permanently cultivated fields C) the plow D) irrigation 47) By "food collection" anthropologists mean the obtaining of food from A) wild plants and animals. B) wild plants. C) domesticated plants and animals. D) plants, wild and domesticated. 48) Marriage includes two major factors. These are A) economic and kinship considerations. B) economic and land-ownership considerations. C) sexual and economic considerations. D) sexual and kinship considerations. 49) Which of the following is not characteristic of food-collecting societies? A) absence of specialized full-time political offices B) a nomadic lifestyle C) recognition of individual rights to land D) sparsely populated territories 50) Which of the following theories explains the differences between male and female roles based on the greater aerobic capacity of males? A) compatibility with child care theory B) economy of effort theory C) expendability theory D) strength theory 51) A nuclear family might include all of the following except A) a father. B) a mother. C) a married uncle. D) an unmarried sister 52) The major source of meat for Samoans is A) fish. B) chicken. C) pork. D) beef. 53) According to the ________ theory, men may produce musical instruments from wood because men are the ones who collect the wood in the first place and probably understand its physical properties better. A) compatibility with child care B) economy of effort C) expendability D) strength 54) By "market exchange," anthropologists mean that A) money has been set aside for "a rainy day." B) public market places are usually used in the exchange of goods. C) money is always used in economic transactions. D) food items are being exchanged. 55) Most pastoralists get their animal protein A) from the meat of the animals they raise. B) from trading for the produce of farmers. C) from the milk and blood of the animals they raise. D) by trading woolen products with others. 56) Bride ________ is a gift of money or goods from the groom or his kin to the bride's kin. A) price B) service C) exchange D) treasure 57) In simpler societies, balanced reciprocity is most common A) among kinsmen. B) among household members. C) in periods of temporary food scarcity. D) between groups of unrelated individuals. 58) Before Europeans came to Australia, all the aboriginal people there depended on ________. A) horticulture B) food collection C) intensive agriculture D) pastoralism 59) Most societies A) encourage marriages between parallel cousins. B) disapprove of marriages between first cousins. C) encourage marriages between first cousins. D) encourage marriages between cross cousins. 60) In all human societies yet examined, males generally have A) greater grip strength than females. B) lower aerobic work capacity than females. C) proportionately smaller lungs than females. D) proportionately smaller hearts than females.

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Chapter 1 TestName:Multiple Choice Questions1.The First Step technique can mean all of the following except:A.Telling the truth about what you can and cant do.B.Admitting to a particular fear.C.Acknowledging a strength for fear of bragging.D.F
Golden West - COLL - G100
Chapter 2 TestName:Multiple Choice Questions1.Time is an equal opportunity resource becauseA.Time can be saved up and stockpiled.B.When you are out of time, you can find more.C.Everyone has the same amount of time to spend each week.D.Time is
Golden West - COLL - G100
Chapter 3 TestName:Multiple Choice Questions1.Which of the following is the best example of information stored in short-term memory:A.Your birthday.B.Your instructors name.C.The color of your hair.D.Yesterdays date.2.A useful memory techniqu
Golden West - COLL - G100
Chapter 4 TestName:Multiple Choice Questions1.The acrostic Root Up Answers in the Muscle Reading strategy refers toA.Review, Understand, Answer.B.Read, Underline, Answer.C.Review again, Understand, Ask.D.Respond, Underline, Answer.2.Previewi
Golden West - COLL - G100
Chapter 5 TestName:Multiple Choice Questions1.Effective note-taking consists of three parts:A.Questioning, highlighting, and reviewing.B.Abbreviating, drawing, and summarizing.C.Observing, recording, and reviewing.D.Abbreviating, recording, an
Golden West - COLL - G100
Chapter Six TestName:Multiple Choice Questions1.Becoming a Master Student says the truth about grades is that grades are ameasure ofA.Your ability to be well-accomplished in a course.B.How well you do on a test.C.What you have learned in a cour
Golden West - COLL - G100
Assessment of skills for first year students1.If you absolutely must study in a large block of time, you should try all of thefollowing except:A.B.avoid studying similar subjects back-to-back.C.work on several subjects.D.2.study the entire time
University of Texas - ECONOMICS - 1110
A fundamental economic assumption concerning the individual is Correct Answer: unlimited wants. An economy's production possibilities curve will shift outward as a result of Correct Answer: an increase in the level of technology. An inference from
University of Texas - ECONOMICS - 1110
A shortageis the same thing as scarcity.results from the imposition of a price floor.results when a price ceiling is imposed above the market-clearing price.results when the amount that suppliers wish to supply exceeds the amountthat consumers wish t
University of Texas - ECONOMICS - 1110
The price of chicken has increased from $1.50 to $2.00 per pound because a poultry disease caused a decrease in the supply of chicken. What is likely to happen in the market for fish, ceteris paribus, assuming that fish is priced at $3.00 per pound? Corr
University of Texas - ECONOMICS - 1110
A shortage is the same thing as scarcity. results from the imposition of a price floor. results when a price ceiling is imposed above the market-clearing price. results when the amount that suppliers wish to supply exceeds the amount that consumer
University of Texas - ECONOMICS - 1110
A measure of sensitivity or responsiveness to changes in price or income is calledCorrect Answer: elasticity.A horizontal supply curveCorrect Answer: is perfectly elastic.A vertical demand curveCorrect Answer: is perfectly inelastic.A vertical suppl
University of Texas - ECONOMICS - 1110
Marginal utility is best associated withCorrect Answer: Correct value in exchange.A consumer buys less chicken and more ham because the price of chicken has increased relative to the price of ham. This is an example of theCorrect Answer: Correct subs
University of Texas - JAVA - 2312
Second Homework Exam: Study Guide 1. Write a program that translates a number between 0 and 4 into the closest letter grade. For example the number 2.8 (which might have been the average of several grades) would be converted to B-. Break ties in favor of
University of Texas - JAVA - 2312
JAVA PROGRAMMING ONECHAPTER ONESoftware controls computers (often referred to as hardware).JAVA is one of todays most popular software development languages.JAVA was developed by Sun Microsystems.JAVA is a fully object-oriented language with strong s
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#include <string>uusing std:string;class grade bookcfw_public:Gradebook( string );void setCourseName( string );string getCoursename();void displaymessage();vid inputgrades();void displayGradereport;private:string courseName;int aCount;int b
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#include "GradeBook.h"int main()cfw_GGradeBook my Gradebok( "CS101 C+ Prgramming" );myGradeBook.displayMessage();myGradeBook.inputGrades();myGradeBook.displayGradeReport();return 0;
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#include <iostream>##include <string>uusing namespace std;int main()cfw_bool flag = true;string answer;int counters[9]=cfw_0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0;int sales;int commission;iint index;wwhile ( flag)cfw_cout < "Enter employee's sales" < endl;cin
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#include <iostream>uusing namespace std;int main()cfw_iint code;int flag = 1;while (flag !=0)cfw_cout < " Please enter the employee's paycode: ";cin > code;ccout < endl;"\t";switch (code) cfw_case 1:float managerSalary;cout < "Please ent
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ConditionalsDarin BrezealeThe University of Texas at ArlingtonConditionals p.1/22Basic Concepts ConditionalsConditionals are used for making decisions.The conditionals available in C are if and if-else statements the switch statement the conditio
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CSE 1311 Exam #2Name: March 30, 2009If you show your work, you should CLEARLY indicate what your answer is. Problems 114 are worth 5 points each. ASCII values of alphanumeric characters 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 space ! "
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2 CONDITIONALS Answers to select problems are at the end.1Statements and printf()1. printf() has a very large number of format speciers. There are a number of options that can be used with the format speciers for altering the way that information is di
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2 CONDITIONALSAnswers to select problems are at the end.1Statements and printf()1. printf() has a very large number of format speciers. There are a number of optionsthat can be used with the format speciers for altering the way that information isdi
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http:/publications.gbdirect.co.uk/c_book/ [ C book ]http:/en.wikibooks.org/wiki/C_Programminghttp:/publications.gbdirect.co.uk/c_book/the_c_book.pdfhttp:/cm.bell-labs.com/cm/cs/who/dmr/ctut.pdfhttp:/www.trap17.com/index.php/Cc-Programming_f56.htmlhtt
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Lab Assignment 3CSE 13102011-09-13 15:11:19CSE 1310 Laboratory Assignment #3This assignment was written by Dr. Darin Brezeale & refined by Dr. Arthur Reyes.Week of September 28, 2009name: Darin Brezealecourse: CSE 1310assignment: lab 3adate: Sept
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#include<stdio.h>int odd_even(int num)cfw_if(num%2=0)return 1;elsereturn 0;int main()cfw_int number;printf("Enter a Number:");scanf("0",&number);if(odd_even(number)cfw_printf("\nNumber is Even\n");elseprintf("\nNumber is Od
USC - BIO - 120
Your Name: _Webbs Answer Key_MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes thestatement or answers the question (2 points each).1) Thread-like pseudopodia that can perform phagocytosis are generally characteristic ofwhich group?A) r
USC - ECON - 101
Your Name: _Webbs Answer Key_MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes thestatement or answers the question (2 points each).1) Thread-like pseudopodia that can perform phagocytosis are generally characteristic ofwhich group?A) r
USC - ECON - 101
USC - ECON - 101
USC - ECON - 101
1.Whichofthefollowingorganellesisenclosedbyanenvelopeoftwomembranes?a.chloroplastb.lysosomec.Golgiapparatusd.ribosomee.centralvacuole2.Youmeasurethevoltageoneachsideofamembraneandfindittobeminus()300millivolts.Thistellsyouthata.thecellisanervecell
USC - BUAD304 - 304
Financial Statements, Taxesand Cash FlowChapterTwoBalance Sheet The balance sheet is a snapshot of thefirms assets and liabilities at a given pointin time Assets are listed in order of liquidity Ease of conversion to cash Without significant los
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Working With FinancialStatementsChapterThreeSample Balance Sheet Assets $000s2006CashA/RInventoryOther CATotal CANet FATotal Assets2005 Difference$3,171$6,489 -$3,3181,095,118 1,048,99146,127388,947295,25593,692314,454232,30482,150