CAUSE and EFFECT analysis

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CAUSE and EFFECT analysis today ►presentation ►three exercises
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Three announcements : 1) Mid-term grades ready (via patriot web) See syllabus 11 2) Outline = cancelled 3) Extra credit activity  = “The Financial  Crisis: Where it Came from and Where  We Are Headed” MARCH 29 TH  @ 7 PM
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Please, Sign up for the conference next week … Notice the place (my office) and the material you need to bring and make sure you remember the time you signed up for.
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Mind Teaser "The enemy of my enemy is my friend." If this  statement is true, is it possible to be your own  enemy? Response No; if you are friends with all your enemy’s enemies, and you are one of them, you must be your own friend. OR I am your enemy Who is your enemy? I am. If my enemy’s enemy is me and the statement says that s/he is my friend, then I cannot be my own enemy.
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CAUSE and EFFECT analysis What is it? A document that studies the reasons of/for and the results from an event, an idea, or an action. The study of causes, effects, or both causes and effects.
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cause and effect diagram
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Importance Helps us understand why something happens or what might result from an event. Helps us plan, make decisions or adjustments, implement changes.
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Purposes To entertain (a humorous account of the effects of technology on the average person) To relate an experience (tell about an accident that caused your fear of water) To inform (explain the effects of divorce on teenagers) To persuade (explain the effects of watching television)
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