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Eskişehir Osmangazi Üniversitesi - ECON - 12

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Eskişehir Osmangazi Üniversitesi - ECON - 12

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Eskişehir Osmangazi Üniversitesi - ECON - 12

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Eskişehir Osmangazi Üniversitesi - ECON - 12

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Eskişehir Osmangazi Üniversitesi - ECON - 12

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Eskişehir Osmangazi Üniversitesi - ECON - 12

Eskişehir Osmangazi Üniversitesi - ECON - 12

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Eskişehir Osmangazi Üniversitesi - EC - 13

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Eskişehir Osmangazi Üniversitesi - EC - 13

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Ain Shams University - COMPUTER - 640-801

640-801 LabBasic Router OperationIP AddressingIP RoutingISDN and DDRLAN SwitchingNetwork ManagementNetwork SecurityOther VPNsVLANsWAN ProtocolsExam DescriptionThe CCNA exam is the qualifying exam available to candidates pursuing a single-exam

McGill - MATH - 263

McGill UniversityMath 263: Differential Equations and Linear AlgebraCHAPTER 2:FIRST ORDER DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONSIn this lecture we will treat linear and separable rst orderODEs.1 Linear EquationThe general rst order ODE has the form F (x, y, y ) =

McGill - MATH - 263

McGill UniversityMath 263: Differential Equations and Linear AlgebraCHAPTER 2:FIRST ORDER DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (cont.)1 Nonlinear Equations (I)1.1Separable Equations.The rst order ODE y = f (x, y ) is said to be separable iff (x, y ) can be expr

McGill - MATH - 263

McGill UniversityMath 263: Differential Equations and Linear AlgebraCHAPTER 2:FIRST ORDER DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (cont.)1 Nonlinear Equations (II) Exact Equation and Integrating Factor1.1Exact Equations.By a region of the (x, y )-plane we mean a co

McGill - MATH - 263

McGill UniversityMath 263: Differential Equations and Linear AlgebraCHAPTER 6:(*) MATRICES AND DETERMINANTS1 Matrix AlgebraSuppose given two matricestwo matrices are equal,A = [aij ] and B = [bij ]. TheA = B,if and only if They have the same dim

McGill - MATH - 263

McGill UniversityMath 263: Differential Equations and Linear AlgebraCHAPTER 3:N-TH ORDER DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS1 IntroductionIn this lecture we will state and sketch the proof of the fundamental existence and uniqueness theorem for the n-th orderDE

McGill - MATH - 263

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McGill - MATH - 263

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McGill - MATH - 263

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McGill - MATH - 263

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McGill - MATH - 263

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McGill - MATH - 263

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Georgia State - JOUR - 3180

Final for Social Work 2102The Fundamentals of Social Work Practice class, is one in which the students gainfoundational knowledge, skills, and values for general practice in the social work field. Thiscourse allows students the opportunities to explore

Georgia State - JOUR - 3180

Salvaging the SelfInteractions and the HomelessWe situate ourselves as objects whether we want to or not within interactions.The focus is on the interactions between the domiciled and the homeless statuses. Afforded different weight or rights within a

Georgia State - JOUR - 3180

TermsPersonalityRelatively organized complex of attitudes, beliefs, values, and behaviors associated withan individual. Social SelfValues, beliefs, ideas, and decision-making strategies, are best explained socially rather thanbiologicallyThe social

Georgia State - SOCI - 3156

Final for Social Work 2102The Fundamentals of Social Work Practice class, is one in which the students gainfoundational knowledge, skills, and values for general practice in the social work field. Thiscourse allows students the opportunities to explore

Georgia State - SOCI - 3156

Salvaging the SelfInteractions and the HomelessWe situate ourselves as objects whether we want to or not within interactions.The focus is on the interactions between the domiciled and the homeless statuses. Afforded different weight or rights within a

Georgia State - SOCI - 3156

TermsPersonalityRelatively organized complex of attitudes, beliefs, values, and behaviors associated withan individual. Social SelfValues, beliefs, ideas, and decision-making strategies, are best explained socially rather thanbiologicallyThe social

Georgia State - SOCI - 3156

Journal EntryWeitz, Rose. 2011. Women, Power, and Hair. Pp. 351-365 in Inside Social Life, edited by S.E.Cahill and K. Sandstrom. Oxford, N.Y./United States: Oxford University Press.Resistance and accommodation are seemingly opposing forces that constr

Georgia State - SOCI - 3156

LaBrion BoydProfessor AldermanTest1. The expansion of the labor force was accelerated by_. (pg. 218)A. World War IIB. World War IC. Vietnam WarD. Cold War2. The numbers of immigrants rose tremendously, reaching 3,300,000 people in 1970 due towhat

Georgia State - SOCI - 3156

Soci Ch. 1-3Professor Alderman1. In Western cultures, counselors, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, andministers of religion are counted among those whose _ role is to help peoplemanage the distressing problems of life. (pg. 4)a. informal

Georgia State - SOCI - 3156

Journal entryTaylor, Jim (writer), & Payne, Alexander (Director). (1996). Citizen Ruth (Motion picture).United States: Miramax.Moral panic is an intense feeling of anxiety by the public over an issue that is believed todeviant from societal values and

Georgia State - SOCI - 3156

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Georgia State - SOCI - 3373

The image of welfare motherDawns storystereotypical traits of a welfare motherBlack31 never been marriedRaised by grandmother4 children 4 different fathers1st @ 13 and 4th by 212nd child is being raised by her motherReceives 365 cash grant and fo

Northwestern - COG SCI - 207

Christina ZhangQuestions: Have people tested how being bilingual (ex: Mandarin-English) affects Mandarin speech? Is it really possible to be bilingual with no accent for either of their languages? Why are there differences between Spanish-English bili

Northwestern - PSYCH - 215-CN

Psych Week 1Chapter 1: Introducing Social Psychology-We humans are first of all beings in a situation. We cannot be distinguished from our situations,for they form us and decide our possibilities. (Sartre)What is Social Psychology?-Social Psychology

Northwestern - PSYCH - 215-CN

Psych Week 2Chapter 2: Social ThinkingSpotlights and Illusions: What do they Teach us about Ourselves?-The spotlight effect is the belief that others are paying more attention to our appearance andbehavior than they really are.-The illusion of transp

Northwestern - PSYCH - 215-CN

Psych Chapter 3As a Chinese proverb says, Two-thirds of what we see is behind our eyes.How do we perceive our social worlds?-We respond not to reality as it is but to reality as we construe it-Priming is activating particular associations in memory.-

Northwestern - PSYCH - 215-CN

Psych Chapter 4The ancestor of every action is a thought. ~Emerson-Attitude is a favorable or unfavorable evaluative reaction toward something or someone (oftenrooted in ones beliefs, and exhibited in ones feelings and intended behavior).-ABCs of atti

Northwestern - PSYCH - 215-CN

Psych Chapter 7Persuasion is the process by which a message induces change in beliefs, attitudes, or behaviors-The bad we call propaganda and the good we call educationWhat paths lead us to persuasion?-To elicit action, a persuasive message must clear

Northwestern - EECS - 110

Midterm: Strings are not mutable- can't use append Must concatenate to add onto new list every time Error: must allow for adding more than one character as "new"[2, 4, 6, 8] [6, 12, 18, 24]Def 3(l):New l = []For e in l:Newl.append(e*3)Return newl

UGA - CHFD - 2100

CohabitationUncommittedvs.CommittedcohabitorsUncommitted:lessfinancialstability,lesseducationCommittedAlternativetomarriageAtrialrunformarriageShorttermvs.LongtermcouplesUncommittedaremostlikelyshorttermSatisfaction&EmotionsUncommitted:theyareles

UGA - CHFD - 2100

Doesthiscontributetothedeinstitutionalizationofmarriage?ThoseinoppositionwouldsaythatitdoesTheRelationshipValuesTheywantloveandcommitment,justlikeaheterosexualcoupleRolesVeryegalitarian,equals,verycooperative/collaborativeSocietyWhydoestheamountof

UGA - CHFD - 2100

22:08TheU.S.TotalFertilityRate(TFR)TotalFertilityRate:Aguessofthenumberofbirthsatypicalwomanmighthaveoverher lifetimeHowhasitchangedovertime?19461964(Babyboomers)wasthepeak;TFR=3.51976wasthelowest;womenbecameeducatedandTFRdroppedto1.74Today,TFRisap

UGA - CHFD - 2100

NonmaritalBirthsIn2008,40.6%ofbirthsweretounmarriedwomenNonmaritalbirthmeansthatthecouplewasnotmarriedwhentheyhaveachildTheycouldbelivingtogetherinastablerelationshipTheycouldbetogetherlivingapartRacial/EthnicWhatracehasthehighestnonmaritalbirths?Af

UGA - CHFD - 2100

ParentingStyle:ageneralmannerofrelatingtoanddiscipliningchildrenPermissiveNeglectLowwarmthLowcontrolPermissiveIndulgentHighnurturingLowcontrolspoiledAuthoritativePositiveNurturing&supportiveConscientiousAuthoritarianLowwarmthHighcontrolStri

UGA - CHFD - 2100

22:09IndirectConflictinRelationshipsPassiveAggression:CanbeverydamagingtorelationshipsSilenttreatment;NothavingsexDisplacement:AvoidaddressinganissueWhenagirlhatesaguysdogbecausehelovesitsomuchSabotageEmotionalClimatesofCommittedRelationshipsWarm(

UGA - CHFD - 2100

22:10PowerPersonalpowerorautonomyWhatindividualresponsibilitydoyouhaveofyourself?Thedevilvs.angelinsideofyourheadSocialPower:thepowerthatonehasoversocietyDominantvs.SubmissiveParental:powerthatparentshaveovertheirchildrenIntimateandMartialpowerwh

UGA - CHFD - 2100

22:10ChildrenTheChildAbusePreventionandTreatmentAct:Childabusecamearoundthe70sand 80s.Wesaidifachild(prenatalto18yearsold)isbeingmaltreatedinanyway,shape, orform,youareprotectedunderthisact.Itisimportantbecausebeforethatwedidnot haveumbrellaprotectio

UGA - CHFD - 2100

PatternsofFamilyAdaptationtoCrisis1:Event2:Disorganization3:RecoveryLevelofOrganization:Doyouhavesupportofyourfamily?Doyouallowpeople toexpressthemselveswhentheygetangry?Areyousupportive?Doesyour familycommunicatewithoneanother?Therearepossibleleve

UGA - CHFD - 2100

Chapter16:RemarriagesandStepfamiliesRemarriageandStepfamilies:SomeBasicFactsWhydoremarriagesoccur?HistoricallyTodayD,D,CWhendiditrise?AfterWWIIWhendiditdecline?50sand60s,andaround70stheystartedtogoupand remainrelativelystableHowmanymarriagestodaya

UGA - CHFD - 2100

22:11Chapter17:AgingFamiliesWhatisold?Youngold:60sOlderold:70s80sOldold:85orolderOurAgingPopulationISGROWING198025.5millionAmericansage65andolderTodaythereareover40millionProportionateofPopulationBy2050?Greaterthan65expectedtobecloseto90million

UGA - CMSD - 3030

Simple Wave: Time and Frequency Domain Viewso It is rare to listen to pure tones in the real world Examples of pure tones: individual music notes, hearing testso If you look at a pure tone on a spectrum, you just see one straight linewith one frequen

UGA - CMSD - 3030

To produce a square waveo Only contains fundamental frequency and odd frequencies Fundamental, 3, 5, 7, etc.o Phase relationships must be the sameo Amplitude diminishes at a rate of 6 dB per octaveo Volt is electrical antilog for pressureTriangular

UGA - CMSD - 3030

o Band-pass (you hear whats in the middle) Has an upper cutoff frequency Has a lower cutoff frequency Has a center frequency: the information between is being passed Has a bandwidth: band of frequencies between low frequencycutoff and high frequency

UGA - CMSD - 3030

Spectrum level or Level per cycleo Overall sound pressure level- 10 log BW LPS= 80 10 log 15,000 LPS= 80 - 10 (4.17) LPS= 80 - (41.7) LPS= 38.2 dB SPL [every cycle in the band that is 1 Hz wide (allthe way up to 15,000), would be equal to 38.2 dB]

UGA - CMSD - 3030

o Acoustic Impedance: measures the opposition to the flow of acousticenergy Two components of Z (acoustic impedance) Resistance Reactants (frequency dependent)o Mass reactants If an object has mass it has inertiaInertia is the force that opposesa

UGA - CMSD - 3030

What Determines Center Frequency?o Mass reduces high-frequency energyo Stiffness reduces low-frequency energyo The combination determines the optional frequencyo System is called stiffness dominant for frequencies below centerfrequencyo System is c

UGA - CMSD - 3030

F1= c/ 4 lengtho F1= lowest frequencyo C= speed of sound Convert it to centimeters because the tube is in centimeterso F1 = 34400/68o F1= 505 Hz Next resonant peak is 3 times 505 Next resonant peak is 5 times 505We can treat vocal tract as a tube

UGA - CMSD - 3030

Transfer of Energy-Sound waves transfer energy (energy cannot be destroyed, it is only transferred)-Sound waves do not transfer substance-The energy transfer vibrates through potential and kinetic forms-Potential energy: stored energy possessed by a s

UGA - CMSD - 3030

Inverse Square Lawo In a free field, intensity decreases at an orderly rateo As the wave front advances the sound energy per unit of area diminisheso Overall intensity of a sound decreases at a rate equal to the square of thedistanceo As we move awa

UGA - CMSD - 3030

o The superposition of wave pules that travel in opposite directions Pulses in the same direction Pulses in opposite directions Pulses with different shapeso Resultant wave- wave that results from incident wave and reflective wavethat meet in space