The Nation in 1877
Dramatically different than when nation was founded
There were two major watershed events (transformational event that
affected not only the nation but the world)
Grew exponentially in 1877
o Louisiana Purchase 1803 helped double the s
EXAM NOTES 2
Two Reform Movements
First movement
Populist Movement (Populism)
o A Farmers reform movement
o In 1676 there was an episode known as Bacons Rebellion, which was
when farmers took their muskets and rallied and started attacking
friendly India
Essay 2, Primary Source Essay
English 1102, Fall 2015
The second essay of this course asks you first to begin to focus on an academic discipline with
which you will work, ideally, for the rest of the semester. We shall discuss in class what
constitutes a
SPAN 2001
Cultural Awareness Paper 1
Instructions: Using a topic that you will select from the list below, you will
research a topic related to Hispanic culture, politics or history. The paper should
be at least two complete pages in length and a maximum
1/16
1. How much government do you really want?
2. More rights for more peopleover time.
Political Efficacy
The idea that you can influence government in a [positive] way.
Knowledge and Participation of Politics- one needs both of these
Knowledge
Means
EXAM 3 NOTES
Woodrow Wilson
New Freedom
o Revolved around the triple wall of privilege, this was a key to his
platform because he promised to remove the triple wall of privilege
1. He promised to remove tariffs, taxes on imported goods.
a. Woodrow Wilson
Only use end notes when quoting directly from the book
One quote per page. Each quote should only be as long as one sentence.
Use the tarabian style citation found in reference tab
Then click insert footnote
To change from i. to 1 go to insert, foot notes
Chapter 0.2
Problem Solving Strategies and Principles
Problem Solving
Objectives:
Understand Polyas problem-solving method
State and apply fundamental problem-solving strategies
Apply basic mathematical principles to problem solving
Use the Three-Way
Is the process of change that has transformed life on earth.
Biology is surrounded by Evolution.
Order- close up of a sunflower image illustrates highly order structure that
characterizes life.
Energy Processing- Butterflies get nectar from flowers and tu
University of North Georgia
Department of Mathematics
Instructor: Berhanu Kidane
Course: Precalculus Math 1113
Text Books: For this course we use free online resources:
See the folder Educational Resources in Shared class files
1) http:/www.stitz-zeager.c
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Corporate Stock Investment Transactions
You own Hamilton Corporation, and the company has some spare cash to invest.
You decide to invest in some short-term securities as well as in two companies'
stock for the long term: A
Practice Exercises 13-2A, 13-3A, 13-1A, 13-4A, 13-5A
Score
100%
Chart of Accounts
Cash
Interest Receivable
Investment in Sting Company Stock
Investment in Gruden Company Stock
Investment in Oates Company Bonds
Valuation Allowance for Trading Investments
V
Exercises 13-15, 13-16, 13-20, and 13-21
Score
100%
Chart of Accounts
Cash
Investment in Raiders, Inc. Stock
Investment in Giants, Inc. Stock
Investment in Bengels, Inc. Stock
Investment in Rogue Wave, Inc. Stock
Valuation Allowance for Trading Investment
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Sale of a Fixed Asset for Book Value
1.
2.
Journalize the transactions for 2012.
Post the transactions for 2012 to the ledgers. You will only post to the
Equipment, Accumulated Depreciation, and Depreciation Expense account
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Expense Transactions on Account
You are the Accounts Payable Clerk for a small 10-room hotel.
You pay by check for some things and purchase other things on account.
You have a ledger balance of $10,000 cash already as of Ju
Copyright 2014 Christine Jonick
Write-offs of Accounts Receivable - Direct Write-Off Method
You are Jonick Corporation, a company that sells merchandise to customers.
You have invoiced numerous customers on account. You use the direct
write-off method for
Exam #1 - Corporate Stock Transactions
Exam # 4086
Part 1 - Multiple choice questions
Instructions: Enter an x in the box to the left of the correct answer choice.
x
1.
This is the correct answer.
GRADE:
92
Stockholders equity
a. includes the paid-in capi
Worksheet Chapter 4 and 8.3, 8.4 Due on Test 4 Date
1. Evaluate the expression.
2. Evaluate the expression.
3. Evaluate the expression.
4. Use the Change of Base Formula and a calculator to evaluate the following logarithm, correct to six decimal
places.
WS Ch 7 Due on Test 3 Day
1. Simplify completely the trigonometric expression.
2. Simplify completely the trigonometric expression.
3. Simplify completely the trigonometric expression.
4. Simplify completely the trigonometric expression.
5. Simplify compl
University of North Georgia
College of Science and Mathematics
Mathematics Department
Mathematics 1113: PreCalculus
MW 5:30pm-6:45pm
Semester:
Fall 2016
Instructor:
Dr. Irfan Bagci
Office:
Room 274
Office Phone:
(678) 717-3944
E-Mail:
irfan.bagci@ung.edu
FEEVieUQ :Far Cast - M0191 (i
Given the pair of points (3, 4); (+3, 4). G
(9.) Find the distance between then].
(b) Find the midpoint of the segment that joins them.
(-13 y) =
@
m Find the center and radius of the circle.
(:1: + 4)") + (y 3)2 = 16
center
University of North Georgia
College of Science and Mathematics
Mathematics Department
Mathematics 1111: College Algebra
Cumming Campus TR 12:30pm-1:45pm
Semester:
Fall 2016
Instructor:
Dr. Irfan Bagci
Office:
Watkins, Room 127
Office Phone:
(678) 717-3944
Practice Test 3
Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
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1. Solve the nonlinear inequality. Express the solution using interval notation and graph the solution set.
a.
;
b.
;
c.
;
d.
;
e.
;
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2. Solv
Review Test 1
Short Answer
1. Solve the equation by factoring.
2. Solve the equation by completing the square.
3. Find all real solutions of the equation.
8x 2 + 57x - 56 = 0
4. Find all real solutions of the equation.
5. Find all solutions, real and comp
Vertical and Horizontal Translations
Consider a function defined by y = f(x).
Let c and h represent positive real numbers.
Vertical shift:
The graph of y = f(x) + c is the graph of y = f(x) shifted
c units upward.
The graph of y = f(x) c is the graph of y