1. Planet Earth is our only home for the time being. As global populations
grow and our resources dwindle, we should worry more about the issues of
Definition of Nonrenewable resources
- Resources
Something that is used for an specific porpoise it can eit

1. Elasticity Question
a. Elasticity is used to measure how much demand responds to changes
in its determinants.
b. The effect of price elasticity of the demands is directly linked to a
business or number of business producing the good. It affects their
a

Potential questions and study guide for exam 1
Any 6 of these questions could be on your exam!
Suggestions:
Use this document as your starting point.
As you work your way through each topic, look for information that will help you
answer a question.
When

Mathematics
Central Campus
Math 2414: Calculus II
CRN 85895 Spring/2016
Section No. 0003
SJB251| 8-10 am | Mondays and Wednesdays
4 hour lecture course / 64 hours per semester/ # of weeks
Textbook: Calculus, 10th Edition, by Ron Larson & Bruce H. Edwards

Tentative Course Calendar for Calculus II, Spring, 2016
#Please note: any announcements made in class supersede this document.#
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Introduction to
the course.
Int

What percentage of these tasks did you accomplish before
taking the quiz/test?
A Handout for my students, to help them study more efficiently for quizzes/tests in the future.
Here are the tasks you should complete BEFORE taking a quiz or test:
1.
2.
3.
4.

C = 3: Ternary Systems:
Example 1: Ternary Eutectic
Di - An - Fo
Anorthite
Note three binary
eutectics
No solid solution
Ternary eutectic = M
M
T
Forsterite
Diopside
T - X Projection of Di - An - Fo
Figure 7.2. Isobaric
diagram illustrating
the liquidus
t

Tentative Course Calendar, Calc II, v.6
#Please note: any announcements made in class supersede this document.#
Week
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1/20
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Introduction to
the course.
Integral functions,
and the FTC II.
Invertible
fu

Math 2414 Calculus II
Ch 5 Exam Review
1. Find an equation of the tangent line to the graph of the given function at the point
2. Find the derivatives of the following functions.
a.
b.
d.
e.
c.
f.
g.
h.
i.
3. Find an equation of the tangent line to the gi

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Tentative Course Calendar, Calc II, v.7
#Please note: any announcements made in class supersede this document.#
Week
No.
Date
1
2
3
Day
No.
Topic
Assignment
1/20
Day
of
week
W
1
Introduction to
the course.
Integral functions,
and the FTC II.
Invertible
fu

Tentative Course Calendar, Calc II, v.3
#Please note: any announcements made in class supersede this document.#
Week
No.
Date
1
2
3
Day
No.
Topic
Assignment
1/20
Day
of
week
W
1
Introduction to
the course.
Integral functions,
and the FTC II.
Invertible
fu

Mathematics
Central Campus
Math 2414: Calculus II
CRN 85895 Spring/2016
Section No. 0003
SJB251| 8-10 am | Mondays and Wednesdays
4 hour lecture course / 64 hours per semester/ # of weeks
Textbook: Calculus, 10th Edition, by Ron Larson & Bruce H. Edwards

Here is an example of an essay question along with one possible answer.
Question:
Explain the law of demand. Please provide a thorough answer that demonstrates your
understanding of this concept.
Answer:
Definition of the law of demand
o Demand is a sched

Pure (perfect)
Competition
Please listen to the audio as you work through the slides.
Pure Competition
Learning objectives
Students should be able to thoroughly and completely explain:
1. The characteristics of pure competition
2. The 3 questions confront

1. Planet Earth is our only home for the time being. As global populations grow and our
resources dwindle, we should worry more about the issues of
Definition of Nonrenewable resources
- Resources
Something that is used for an specific porpoise it can eit

8. Publicgoodsvs.Privategoods.
a. Public Goods.
Public Goods are qualified as non-rival and nonexcludable. A public good is one that is 100% positive
externality.
- An externality is the cost or benefit that affects a
party who did not choose to incur tha

The Costs of Production
Please listen to the audio as you work through the slides.
Where are we going?
Going forward we will bring product demand, product
price, and revenue together and explain how firms
compare revenues and costs in determining how muc

A key to success:
Focus on understanding,
not memorizing!
Please listen to the audio as you look through
the slides. It will be like sitting in class, but
without the commute.
Thinking in the Language of Economics
One of the biggest challenges for new Eco

Section 2 topics
Elasticity
Costs of production
Pure Competition
Pure Monopoly
Oligopoly
Monopolistic Competition
Elasticity
Please listen to the audio as you work through the slides.
Microeconomics
Looking at the behavior of:
Consumers,
Businesses, and
R

1. Planet Earth is our only home for the time being. As global populations
grow and our resources dwindle, we should worry more about the issues of
Definition of Nonrenewable resources
- Resources
Something that is used for an specific porpoise it can eit

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1. Technology, R & D, and Efficiency.
a. Invention: A new device or process. To qualify for a patent and invention must pass a
test of originality, that is, be sufficiently different from previous inventions. Most
inventi

Accounting 2301 Principles of Accounting I
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(Required method of contact is email through Eagle On Line Quick Mail once the class has started)
Cell: 713-823-9667
Welcome:
Hello and welcome to Accounting 2301-

Economics 2305 - Macroeconomic Principles
Department of Economics, University of Houston
Spring 2016
Instructor: Mr. Bocong Du
Office: 206A McElhinney Hall.
Office hours: Tuesday, 2:00 P.M. - 3:00 P.M., and by appointment (preferred)
E-mail: bdu@uh.edu
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