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    study guide test two

    GCSU, HIST 1131

    Excerpt: ... HIST 1131 Exam #2 Study Guide Auerbach Exam #2 is worth 20% of your grade in this class. You will have 75 minutes to complete the exam. Part I: Fill-in the blank. You will be given a list of terms and asked to select a term that best completes the se ...

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    Quiz Chap 31a Scientific Revolution

    SUNY Buffalo, UGC 112

    Excerpt: ... Quiz Chap 31a Scientific Revolution Name:_ Multiple Choice Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. _d_ 1. Interpreting the results of experiments based on observation would describe a. the Socratic method. b. the Descartes plan. c. deductive reasoning. d. the scientific method. e. inductive reasoning. _c_ 2. Perhaps the most important factor in Europe's gaining of new knowledge about the world in the 16th century was a. Europeans' insatiable curiosity. b. an improved understanding of astronomy. c. an enormous leap in mathematical capabilities. d. the reports of explorers in the New World. e. new geographic information. _a_ 3. Heliocentrism was first advanced by a. Copernicus. b. Brahe. c. Galileo. d. Kepler. e. Newton. _b_ 4. The laws of celestial mechanics was the work of a. Copernicus. b. Kepler. c. Brahe. d. Galileo. e. Newton. _d_ 5. Newton's major contributions occurred in the field of a. astronomy. b. education. c. Bible ...

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    Exam_3_Practice

    Washington, PSY 333

    Excerpt: ... Name: _ Class: _ Date: _ ID: A Exam_3_practice Multiple Choice Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. _ 1. Color constancy can be partially explained by a. chromatic adaptation. c. the theory of trichromacy. b. orientation selectivity. d. opponent process theory. 2. The visual system has direct acess to which of the following properties of an object: a. the visual angle it subtends c. its distance b. its physical size d. its weight 3. Motion induced blindness shows that a. motion can make things disappear. c. area MT has direction selective cells. b. akinetopsia is debilitating. d. you can be blind but unaware of it. 4. Newsome, Britton and Movshon found that as the coherence of a field of dots increased in the opposite direction of an MT neuron preferred direction, a. the neuron fired less rapidly b. the monkey judged the direction of movement less accurately. c. the MT neuron fired more rapidly. d. t ...

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    sample

    Kentucky, AS 110

    Excerpt: ... sample questions Multiple Choice Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. _ 1. What do ozone, nitrous oxide, methane, carbon dioxide, and chlorofluorocarbons have in common? a. they are essential gases for sustaining plant life b. they are gases released by volcanoes c. they are all greenhouse gases d. they are all gases found in bubbles in glacial ice e. they are all industrial refrigerants 2. Which of the following countries refused to sign the Kyoto Treaty (1997) that required reduction of greenhouse-gas production? a. China b. USA c. Russia d. Japan e. Canada 3. The dollar loss, in the USA, from natural disasters increased significantly in the 1990s. What is the most probable explanation for this? a. more large earthquakes b. increased population density c. inflation d. El Nio derived storms e. bad engineering practice 4. Most of the rocks of the earth's crust are made up of which of the following mineral groups? a. silicates b. oxides c. carbonates ...

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    quiz1

    MNSU, ECON 202

    Excerpt: ... Quiz 1 Multiple Choice Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. _ 1. If Taiwanese workers are less productive than American workers, a. Americans can still gain by trading with Taiwan. b. Americans can only lose if they import from Taiwan. c. Taiwan can only lose if it trades with America. d. there are no gains from trade that are possible in this case. e. Americans should be self-sufficient. 2. Economics is a social science in the sense that it a. rigorously examines human behavior. b. is not as scientific as physics. c. relies on historical data instead of mathematical data. d. relies on statistics instead of mathematics. e. All of the above are correct. 3. A student has a chance to see Eric Clapton in concert. The student also has a major economics exam in the morning. If the student goes to the concert, a. she will likely get a lower grade on the economics exam. b. the opportunity cost of the concert is the value of the time spent studying. c. the stu ...

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    readme

    TCU, BJONES 20263

    Excerpt: ... pp-lecture The PowerPoint slides in this folder are designed to be used to support lectures on the textbook contents. They include the text figures plus bulleted lists and other slides that reflect the narrative. Some instructors choose to post the ...

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    StudyGuideS08C

    Illinois Tech, MATH 149

    Excerpt: ... <STUDYGUIDES08C.TXT> {5-9-2008} Math 149 Spring 2008 Final Study Guide, Part III - Chapter 6 Concept Check, p. 378: 1,2,3,4,5 Exercises: 1-6, 7-11, 12-16 Chapter 9 Concept Check, p. 598: 1 Exercises: 1, 3a, 7 ...

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    CISC101-010.W04

    Delaware, CISC 101

    Excerpt: ... CISC-101 Section 010, Computers and Information Systems, Winter 2004 Instructor: Ilknur Aydin e-mail: aydin@cis.udel.edu office: Mitchell 219 office hours: Wed. 12noon-1:30pm mailbox: 214-A Smith Hall TA: Wei Chen e-mail: wchen@cis.udel.edu mailbox: ...

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    MT#1 Review

    UC Riverside, ECON 002

    Excerpt: ... Name: _ Class: _ Date: _ ID: A review midterm 1 Multiple Choice Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. _ 1. Russell spends an hour studying instead of playing tennis. The opportunity cost to him of studying is a. the improvement in his grades from studying for the hour. b. the improvement in his grades from studying minus the enjoyment of playing tennis. c. the enjoyment and exercise he would have received had he played tennis. d. zero. Since Russell chose to study rather than to play tennis, the value of studying must have been greater than the value of playing tennis. 2. In the simple circular-flow diagram, households a. are represented, but firms are not represented. b. own the factors of production. c. are buyers of inputs. d. directly receive revenue from the sale of goods and services. 3. Production is efficient if the economy is producing at a point a. on the production possibilities fronti ...

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    CCSI 360 HOMEWORK 01 FA 07

    DeVry Chicago, CCSI 360

    Excerpt: ... CCSI 360 Student Name Instructor Part Maximum Points 1 25 points Computer Ethics HW 1 Section V Due Date 4 25 points Total 100 points 2 25 points 3 25 points Your Score Textbook Reading Assignment Read Chapter(s) 1 in your Computer Ethics textbo ...

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    practiceexam3

    Loyola Marymount, CHEM 100

    Excerpt: ... Chem 112 Dr. Doezema Spring 2007 Exam III Version A Last Name_First_ Seat #_ Do not open the exam until you are instructed to do so. Read the instructions while you wait. Show all work clearly for numerical problems and give your answers in the appropriate number of significant figures and units. A periodic table and an acid dissociation constant table are attached to the back of the exam. The exam will last 50 minutes. Exams must be passed down the aisle immediately when time is up. Failure to do so will result in your exam not being graded. This is a closed book test. No notes or notecard may be used. A calculator may be used. Problem Number 1-5 6 7 8 9 10 Total Potentially Useful Equations: [H+] = Ka x (nacid/nbase) pOH + pH = 14 Possible Points 20 8 8 12 16 36 100 Your Score Multiple Choice Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. _ a. 0 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4 e. 6 1. Wha ...

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    CCSI 360 HOMEWORK 03 FA 07

    DeVry Chicago, CCSI 360

    Excerpt: ... CCSI 360 Student Name Instructor Part Maximum Points 1 25 points Computer Ethics HW 3 Section V Due Date 4 25 points Total 100 points 2 25 points 3 25 points Your Score Textbook Reading Assignment Read Chapter(s) 3 in your Computer Ethics textbo ...

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    CCSI 360 HOMEWORK 02 FA 07

    DeVry Chicago, CCSI 360

    Excerpt: ... CCSI 360 Student Name Instructor Part Maximum Points 1 25 points Computer Ethics HW 2 Section V Due Date 4 25 points Total 100 points 2 25 points 3 25 points Your Score Textbook Reading Assignment Read Chapter(s) 2 in your Computer Ethics textbo ...

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    bio 102- online test 5

    Kentucky, BIO 102

    Excerpt: ... Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. C 1. Amphibians are affected by all of the following except a. habitat fragmentation. b. prolonged drought. c. nonnative vegetation. d. over hunting. e. increases in ultraviolet radiation. 2. Which of the following is a keystone species? a. honeybee b. robin c. orchid d. opossum e. trout 3. Species that normally live and thrive in a particular ecosystem are known as a. nonnative species. b. native species. c. keystone species. d. specialist species. e. indicator species. 4. Species that serve as early warnings of environmental change are called a. indicator species. b. native species. c. keystone species. d. specialist species. e. nonnative species. 5. Species whose roles in an ecosystem are much more important than their abundance would suggest are called a. indicator species. b. native species. c. keystone species. d. specialist species. e. nonnative species. 6. Which of the following predators avoid competiti ...

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    Quiz chap 31b. The Enlightenment

    SUNY Buffalo, UGC 112

    Excerpt: ... Quiz chap 31b. The Enlightenment Name_ Multiple Choice Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. _c_ 1. The key characteristics of the Enlightenment were a. science and religion. b. democracy and freedom. c. optimism and rationality. d. faith and prayer. e. science and optimism. _a_ 2. John Locke believed a. that humans can learn from their environment and improve their lives. b. in the concept of original sin. c. that checks and balances were important in government. d. that his destiny was to steer England through the rough waters of the Glorious Revolution. e. that governmental reform was more important than scientific discovery. _d_ 3. The Enlightenment is distinguished most emphatically in its faith in a. Divine Providence. b. democracy. c. the aristocracy. d. perfectibility. e. absolutism. _a_ 4. Enlightenment sentiment was at its strongest in a. cities. b. ghettos. c. parochial schools. d. rural areas. e. the army. _c_ ...

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    StudyGuideS08A

    Illinois Tech, MATH 149

    Excerpt: ... <STUDYGUIDES08A.TXT> {5-5-2008} Math 149 Spring 2008 Final Exam Study Guide, Part I - Chapter 3 Review Concept Check, p. 196: 1 - 11 True-False Quiz, p. 196. Exercises: 10,11 & 12-40 - Chapter 4 Review Concept Check, p. 281: 1,2,3,4,5,6, ...