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For Exam 1 1. Introduction 1.1. Course overview/Syllabus 1.2. What is Geography?
1.3. Liberal Arts Education (none)
2. Systems
2.2. Types of systems
2.3. Change in systems
Equilibrium when systems become balanced and stay that way steady state there are fluctuations but it’s a trend, so it is referred to still as a steady state equilibrium dynamic when you have to hire more things to make it equal again equilibrium basically a constant state of equableness that does not move threshold when there is a minor change to something and the system overreacts negative and positive feedback negative is when the system toes back to the normal equilibrium state but when its positive it’s out of control and never fully reaches equilibrium lags in systems when there are delays to the system reaching equal system resilience when the system can’t reach equal and rather would not 2.4. Cycles and Budgets Give a brief example of a cycle. A cycle is when elements continuously forms apartments for the environment. How can it become a budget? it depends on what the carbon cycle does and carbon budgets It can become a budget when there are multiple things happening 3. Origins: Astronomical Background the land and rivers in Tigris are what started the astronomy 3.1 Earth’s place in the universe (none) 3.2 Some very simplified physics and chemistry What’s the difference between solid, liquid, gas, and plasma? Solid has no moving particles, liquid has moving one, gas is complicated and creates stuff. Plasma is a mix between solid and liquid

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