Sample Exam from Semester 2 (MFG 202)

Sample Exam from - History of Creativity MFG 202 EXAM 1 Name Give two specific and unique identifications for the following Note that your score

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History of Creativity – MFG 202 EXAM 1 Name: _____________________________ Give two specific and unique identifications for the following. Note that your score will depend on both the way you have accurately identified the term (that is, the correctness of what you have said) and the way you have uniquely identified the term (that is, defined the term so that no other term could meet the same definition): Each identify question is worth 5 points Titles are in italics . You may answer using bullet points if you wish but be sure to give enough information. a) Diet of Worms - b) The Prince (Il Principi) - c) Counter Reformation - d) Leonardo da Vinci - e) Huguenots -
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Identify the following from the list of answers provided below. Titles are written in italics . No answer is used twice. Each question is worth two points: ___________________ a) The “Prince of Music” who saved polyphonic music from being banned by the Catholic Church. ___________________ b) Agreed to convert to Catholicism to become king of France
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2012 for the course MFG 201 taught by Professor Terry,r during the Fall '08 term at BYU.

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Sample Exam from - History of Creativity MFG 202 EXAM 1 Name Give two specific and unique identifications for the following Note that your score

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