Exam 1 Study Guide
Principles of Microeconomics - Klein
ECON 1014 (Klein)
Exam 2 Study Guide
Lecture Notes with Models
Important Highlights from Textbook Chapters
Blackboard Quiz Questions/Answers
Four things Klein sai
Food Science and Nutrition F_S 1030
Which of the following is a type of pathogenic intestinal microorganism that is usually transmitted by
cross-contamination or the "fecal-oral" route and is a major cause of food-borne illness in the U.S.?
Religious Studies Study Guide
1.) Religions manifest eight possible elements: belief system, community, central myths, ritual,
ethics, characteristic emotional experiences, material expression, and?
2.) The belief that all is divine is called?
Sender's intentions doesn't equal Effects on receiver
Neutralize Facial Expressions
withhold true feelings
Not good at saying what you mean; bring everything into argument
expect the kitchen sink
Food Science Exam 3 Study Guide
1.) Consumer acceptability involves consumer preferences and quality describes
properties of food that can be measured by food scientists
2.)The term that describes how effective the method is at detecting very small a
1.) Which of the following is not one of the responsibilities of FDA?
Answer: Inspect every carcass (chicken, pork, beef, etc.)
2.) While eliminating fats from the diet is unhealthy, which of the following is true?
a.) Reducing fat intake is a way to redu
Being a critical consumer: As consumers we focus more on bad media (Kim
Kardashian, Miley Cyrus being naked) than the good media (what is going on in
the White House, who the Vice President is, who Michelle Obama is)
Buddhism as Religion
Religious Studies 2110H
Dr. Signe Cohen
March 30, 2015
The basic definition of a religion is the belief in and worship of a superhuman higher
power, especially a god or gods. However, one must ask if there is more to rel
basics of anthropology (10-ish questions)
four fields of anthropology: cultural, linguistics, physical, and archaeology
physical: biological aspect, how humans evolved and our structure, how we developed
from infancy to old age, paleontology, dna analysi
Exam 2 Review
1.) A processing method that sterilizes product prior to packaging in a container is?
2.) Which of the following is not an example of a safety consideration when designing a
process for canning foods?
Cost of container
1. Which of the following is not one of the rules for making an omelet according
to Joann Manhart?
1. You need a skillet with a slick bottom and sloping sides
2. You need two eggs and some (about 2 Tablespoons) of water
3. You need a
1. Which of the following statements is false?
1. Lipoproteins are water soluble substances that transport fat and
cholesterol in the blood.
2. Very-low-density lipoproteins (VLDLs) carry cholesterol and triglycerides
from the liver to the body.
Food Science and Nutrition 1030
Which of the following statements is false?
1. Lipoproteins are water soluble substances that transport fat and cholesterol in the blood.
2. Very-low-density lipoproteins (VLDLs) carry cholesterol and triglyceri
Food Science Exam 5 Study Guide
1. Based on composition and the fact that microwave ovens are effective because they
heat foods that contains water, which one of the following does not heat well in a
2. All of the following r
Exam 4 Food Science Study guide
1.) According to Alton Brown, to make a batch of soft (puffy) chocolate chip cookies, the
traditional recipe for cookies should be adjusted by
a.) Using baking powder
b.) Using cake flour
c.) Chilling the batter before sco
Religious Studies 2110H
Dr. Signe Cohen
May 4, 2015
At first glance, Christianity and Buddhism seem to be two completely different religions.
Christianitys teachings are rooted in the idea of monotheism while Buddhism teaches the belief
o Founder of Sikhism
o 1469-1528; born in Panjab (between India and Pakistan)
o Worked as an accountant before he had a vision of God
o There is no Hindu, there is no Muslim details of religion are meaningless
there is just God
Shinto The Religion of Japan
4 main religions of Japan
o A Chinese loan word
o Shen-tao = the way of the spirits
o In Japanese: Kami no michi
o Kami = spirits
o No founder
o Rich mythology
Midterm Study Guide
Religions of the World
When: WEDNESDAY MARCH 18 during our regular class time in our regular room
What to bring: Just yourself and a functioning pen or pencil. No blue book is necessary
you will write on the exam
Sacred text is the Hebrew Bible (Old testament)
Monotheistic one whole god
~14 million followers
G-d written in texts is too holy to be spoken out loud the four letter name YHWH
o Creates the world in 6 days, rests on the 7
The Gospels focus on the life story of Jesus, but he spoke Arabic
o Why was the New Testament composed in Greek?
It was the international language of the time
Understood over larger parts of the world
The gospel writers wanted their texts
Confucianism A religion of China
Kung Fu Tzu = Confuscious
o 551-479 BCE
o Married at 19, one son, divorced
o Minister at the royal court, he eventually resigned in protest against women in the
o Traveled through China teaching
o Gave advice to rul
The Quran = the recitation
o Contains the words of God to Mohammad the literal first person speech of the
o Mohammad memorized the words and had a scribe write them down
622: The Hijra
o Hijra = the flight from Mecca to Yathrib
Religious Studies Exam 2 Study guide
1.) Toward what is the primary focus of Shinto directed?
Spirits of nature and the ancestors (262,263)
2.) According to Shinto beliefs, what is true of human beings?
They are fundamentally good (264)
3.) On what aspect
ECON 1014 (Klein)
Full Study Guide
EXAM ONE STUDY GUIDE:
1/23/15 Lecture Notes
How individuals in society choose to use their scarce resources to best satisfy
their unlimited wants.
Study of choice under conditions of scarcity.
F_S 1030 Food Science & Nutrition
Which of the following is a highly nutritious component of milk and is coagulated by acid or enzyme
treatment of milk to form cheese?
3. Vitamin A and D
4. Butterfat and cream
5. Casein X
Marketing 3000 Exam 3 Study Guide
1.) Percent of sales (MOST POPULAR IN RETAILING)
1. Advertising is needed to generate sales
2. Number of cents out of each dollar should be devoted to advertising
3. % is easily adjusted
Possible MC Questions
Shinto- the way of the gods
MC1: Kami: deities or spirits, sacred
MC2: Izanami: female who invites
MC3: Izanagi: male who invites
MC4: Amaterasu: the goddess of the sun, shining in heaven
MC5: Tsukiyomi: the god of the moo
Read chapter 12 for section
Things to consider from the textbook
o Why are their debates about what cultures etc and text came to the Indus Valley
before 1500 BCE?
o Why does this matter for thinking about Hinduism and religion
World Religions Notes and Definitions
Materialist Perspective: Humans invented religion
o Scientific materialism
Explains the fact that religion can be found all over the world. The supernatural
is imagined by humans; only the material world exists
Exams will have:
Definitions from review sheets
Medium length answers (paragraph or two)
Choice of two essay questions
-there was a 2001 religious census
Religious Studies 2110
Major Religions of the World
To many Buddhism is a religion, and to many it is not. It is a very controversial topic
and can be justified either which way. The only real truthful answer to the controver
French sociologist Emile Durkheim can be easily related to Kachina Tales through his
works and philosophies. Durkheim primarily studied totemism, which means that each
community, tribe, or clan is represented by