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Unformatted text preview: ________________________________________________ PRINT NAME to be eligible to earn an exam grade above zero. Name left blank and names in script earn an exam grade of zero. ON THE ANSWER SHEET PRINT YOUR ANSWERS . Turn in your answer sheet ; you may keep your copy of the exam questions. You will get an answer key (i.e., page 23 0f 23) upon completion and exit. Only one word is required for each answer, unless answer sheet notes otherwise. Present your student ID when turning in your exam materials. NOTE #1: Unlike the quizzes and unlike the exams there is a different pattern in the answers. On the quizzes and the exams the pattern was numbering via first use. That made great sense in smaller testing devices. This comprehensive exam uses a different pattern. The blank numbers are assigned alphabetically . Thus blank ____ might appear in question AA along with blank ____. To help orient you on the answer sheet the first letter of the answer is noted for every third letter in the alphabet (e.g., A, D, G, etc.). Lastly, since the blanks are assigned numbers alphabetically all blanks use the format ____ and none use the format ________. NOTE #2: Unlike the quizzes and the unlike the unit exams which had partial credit, on this comprehensive final exam no partial credit is earned . The alphabetized answer sequence ought to eliminate many errors. NOTE #3: Like the quizzes and the like the unit exams you may answer with the shortest version of a root word or any version of the root word. The answer know is correct for all of the following words know, known, knows, knowing, knowingly, knowledge, knowledgeable, etc.: and any of the other words are correct for all of those other uses of know. UNIT ONE EXAM Quiz Chap. 2 & 3 Aug 29 AA. The plaintiff's ____ has three parts: cause of action; court's ____ (b0th geographic ____ and subject matter ____); and remedy. AB. If the parties to a dispute are seeking a private resolution of that dispute with the aid of a neutral third party, then they might be engaged in ____ or they might be engaged in mediation but, they are not likely to be engaged in negotiation. AC. A trial court focuses upon questions of fact and applying the law. In contrast, an appellate court focuses upon questions of interpreting law and finding ____ by the trial court. The appellate course reviews the trial court's decision for any one of three types of ____: clear ____ of fact; non-harmless ____ of ____; or any ____ of law. AD. At a minimum, discovery involves the use of interrogatories (i.e., ____ questions), or depositions (i.e., oral questions), or both. Quiz Chap. 4 Sep 5 AE. Due process of law comes in two forms: ____ due process, and ____ due process of law. ____ due process is provided to ____ constitutional ____. However, ordinarily, all that government need provide is ____ due process. ____ due process requires the government to provide ____...
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2010 for the course ECON 1a taught by Professor Ohara during the Fall '07 term at San Jose State.
- Fall '07