reality of consumer decision making
-consumers may use multiple decision-making strategies
-emotions and imagery often accompany rational, cognitive analysis
things to remember:
-different rules can lead to vastly different decisions
-consumers do not alw
Updates
Sustainability Project
You will be assigned to a Company,
and you will read their sustainability report,
and then take an online, open notes, quiz on the report.
These reports are all using the GRI format.
Company Assignments are completed and you
Summer 2015
MAT 263 Test Schedule
Please be sure to take all tests during the scheduled testing window. You should contact your testing
center of choice to make an appointment, or to determine if walk-ins are accepted. If you miss a test
window you will r
STUDY GUIDE FINAL EXAM
Exam format will include true/false and multiple choice questions. Many questions will
originate from the following groups of information though they will not be limited to these
topics:
Anatomical Movement
o What are planes, axes,
MAT 263
Derivatives by Hand
The Basics
Derivative Skills Test and Test 2
You have a skills test on finding the
derivative by hand.
You may not use any technology for this
test. It is only 50 minutes long.
This will cover finding the derivative by
using
MA 242 Final Exam - B
Friday, 13 December 2013
Name:
Show all your work. You will receive credit for a correct answer only if your work is shown
and your work supports your answer. No credit will be given for correct answers which are
not supported by wor
MA 242 Final Exam Practice Problems
Greens, Stokes, and the Divergence Theorem
1. (Integration by parts for line integrals).
Let f and
R
R g be functions, and C a closed curve. Use
Stokes Theorem to show that C f g dr = C gf dr. (Hint. Integration by part
MA 242 Final Exam - B
hints and partial answers
1. (15 points) Sketch the domain and the
p contours for c = 0, c = 2, c = 4 on the axes
provided, for the function f (x, y) = x2 + y 2 9. Label important points, such as
the intercepts of contours.
The conto
MA 242 Exam 2 - A
Monday, 7 October 2013
Name:
Show all your work. You will receive credit for a correct answer only if your work is shown
and your work supports your answer. No credit will be given for correct answers which are
not supported by work.
Ple
MA 242 Exam 2 Practice Sheet
exam: 3 October
Some answers.
1. TRUE or FALSE. Briefly explain.
(a) If (a, b) is a critical point for the function f , fxx (a, b) < 0, and fyy (a, b) = 0, then
f must have a saddle point at (a, b).
2
2
Not necessarily. In thi
Study Guide for Test #3
MA 242
The test will cover the following sections of Chapter 12:1, 2, 3, 4, 5(see below), 7 and 8.
In addition it will contain material from Chapter 9, section 7 on cyclindrical and spherical
coordinates.
1. Chapter 12, section 1:
Study Guide for Test # 2
MA 242
You should be able to work problems of the following type:
1. Determine the largest set on which a given function of 2 or more variables is continuous.
In doing so you will need to use the following facts: (Section 11.2)
(a
MTH 234 Final Exam Review
due Tuesday, 18 August 2009
Name:name goes here
Write your answers neatly on a separate sheet of paper. Be sure to show all your work.
Cumulative Portion
1. Let A = 3i + 8j k and B = i j + k.
(a) What is A B?
(b) What is A B?
(c)
MTH 234 Exam 2
Tuesday, 28 July 2009
Name:name goes here
Show all your work. Points will be deducted for incomplete work. Please place your answer
in the box provided.
You will have one hour to complete this exam.
page 2 3 4 5 total
points
1
2
1. Let g(x,
MA 242 Exam 2 Practice Sheet
exam: 3 October
To prepare for the exam, you should do the following:
Rework the WebAssign problems for chapter 3
If you feel you are shaky on any of the WebAssign topics, look at the corresponding
section in the book. Try t
Study Guide for test #1
MA 242
4th edition of the textbook
1. NOTE: The material in sections 9.6 and 9.7 will NOT be covered on this test.
2. Know the definition of Cartesian coordinates in space.
3. VECTORS: Know how to work with vectors. This includes:
Introduction
History about Facebook
Mark Zuckerberg.
Why Facebook?
URL
Posting
Think before you post.
Newsfeed
Timeline
Steps how to make a page on the Facebook
Create a page
Create you profile image
Create your cover image
Create the about section
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Ecology
Individuals
Communities
Populations
Ecosystems
Population Ecology
Primary Ecological Events
Birth (Natality)
Death (Mortality)
Immigration
Emigration
Primary Ecological Events
Change in Population
Density
100 individuals
20 offspring born in a yea
Anatomical Movement
Anatomical Movement
Anatomical Position
Standard reference position for the body when describing
locations, positions, or movements of limbs or other
anatomical structures
Characteristics
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Stand erect
Face forward
Arms a
Introduction to Statistics
1
QEP: COMMUNICATING TO SUCCEED
Introductory Statistics for Students of Psychology
(Psy 2400 02, 3 Credit hours ; CRN: 41226)
MWF 10:00 - 10:50, Rm 310, Taylor Ed. Bldg.
Fall Semester 2016
NCCU, Dept. of Psychology
Instructor: D
3.1: Cell Theory
Objectives: Describe developments that led
to the cell theory.
Differentiate between eukaryotic and
prokaryotic cells.
Warm Up: How does the size of a cell in a
tadpole compare to the size of a cell in a
whale? What makes a whale so mu
Tips To Remember Some Values
The values of reciprocal percentages (RP) for 6 is exactly half that for 3 (half of
33.33 = 16.66)
The RP for 8 is exactly half of 4 (half of 25 = 12.5)
Seven is easy to remember just 7 into 2 (14), followed by 14 into 2 (28)
The term percent comes from Latin and means "for every hundred".
So when you hear a statistic such as "10% of all people are left-handed" that
means, for every hundred people, 10 are left-handed.
The percent of a number can be found based on the type of t
Polygon
A polygon is a closed figure made by joining line segments, where each line segment
intersects exactly two others.
Examples:
The following are examples of polygons:
The figure below is not a polygon, since it is not a closed figure:
The figure bel
Divisibility Rules
Dividing by 3
Add up the digits: if the sum is divisible by three, then the number
is as well. Examples:
1.
2. 111111: the digits add to 6 so the whole number is divisible
by three. 87687687. The digits add up to 57, and 5 plus seven is
Simple Interest
Let the annual rate of interest be i (as a fraction, that is 100i percent), the
amount of the principal be P, the number of years be n, and the amount after n
years be A. Then
A = P(1+ni).
If you want to know what principal to deposit in o
Coin Problems
The key to these problems is to keep the quantity of coins distinct from the value
of the coins. An example will illustrate.
Example : Laura has 20 coins consisting of quarters and dimes. If she has a total
of $3.05, how many dimes does she