Exam StudyGuide 1 WQ2009

Exam StudyGuide 1 WQ2009 - ANT 101/ESP 101 Winter 2009...

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ANT 101/ESP 101 Winter 2009 Study Guide for Exam 1 Dear Budding Human Ecologists, Here is a study guide for your first exam. All you will need to take the exam is a pen (no pencil please) and your well-rested and prepared brain. This exam is based on the lecture material through January 20th. There will be 4 questions on the exam (each worth 10 points). While this means that I won’t be asking picky questions, it would behoove you memorize some details, case studies, and experiments to support your answers. One last point: if I devoted 50 minutes of discussion time to a topic, it is most likely an important concept. Don’t hesitate to contact me if you need advice, or are puzzled by something. Good Luck Studying, Dr. Glover Questions to Ponder: Here are some questions to ponder. Don’t worry, these questions are much more vague and broad than any exam question I would ask. Think of them as prompts to get you started studying in the right direction. Warning: this is not meant to be a
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2010 for the course ANT 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at UC Davis.

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Exam StudyGuide 1 WQ2009 - ANT 101/ESP 101 Winter 2009...

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