Trade Specialization in Latin America: The Impact of China and India
Author(s): Daniel Lederman, Marcelo Olarreaga and Eliana Rubiano
Source: Review of World Economics / Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv, Vol. 144, No. 2 (July
2008), pp. 248-271
Published by: S
8/9/2016
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Me: Hi man! Nice to meet you.
Imaginary Roommate: Hey Bud! Nice to meet you too. Welcome to our humble
abode. So before we move on why dont you tell me something about yourself?
Me: Sure. Just for starters. My name is Ayan Saraf. I am from Mumbai, India.
HL Topics 9 and 19 : Oxidation and reduction (Second test)
For each question choose the answer you consider to be the best.
1. In which species does manganese have an oxidation number of +3?
A. MnSO4
B. KMnO4
C. Mn2O3
D. MnO2
2. What change occurs to vana
Analysis of Aspirin in Ecospirin 75 and Aspirin Gastro
Research Question
How does the volume of aspirin differ in different brands of the tablet?
Aim
To determine the % of aspirin in Ecospirin 75 and A
HL Topics 3 and 13 : Periodicity (2)
For each question choose the answer you consider to be the best.
1. An element is in period 3 and group 5 of the periodic table. How many electrons
are present in the highest occupied energy level of this element?
A.
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Arrhenius Equation Lab Report
Ayan Saraf
Research Question
How does temperature affect the activation energy of a reaction?
Aim- Determine the Activation Energy of a reaction between sodium
thiosulphate and hydrochloric acid.
Materials Required
1. 60 cm3
1. Composition
1.1 There shall be one participant from each participating college
who will act as a mediator.
2. Nature of Competition
2.1 A Mediation Session will consist of the Mediator and one Client
for each side representing both the parties to the d
Here is an exponential modeling example.
In 1980, City X had a population of 1.2 million. City Xs population increases by 0.8% every
year.
In 1990, City Y had twice as many people as City X, but only 85% more people than City X
in 2005.
If City Ys populat
How do I get sinusoidal functions into the standard form?
When confronted with a sinusoidal function, it is helpful to have it (or get it into) the form
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f (x) = A sin
(x C ) + D
B
since we are able to read off the parameters A, B, C, and D; these parame
Fixed points of linear to linear rational functions
Suppose the function
f (x) =
Ax + B
x+C
has xed points x1 and x2 (with x1 = x2 ). In other words,
f (x1 ) = x1 and f (x2 ) = x2 .
Lets assume for now that x1 and x2 are not zero.
Then
f (x1 ) = x1 =
Ax1
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Sinusoidal Function Example (with arcsine)
Suppose the temperature of a certain animal is a sinusoidal function of time.
Five hours after you start measuring it, the temperature is at its maximum: 90 degr
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Domain and Range Examples
The domain of a function f is the set of all values x for which f (x) is dened.
The range of a function f is the set of all values that f (x) takes on as x runs through the domai
Uniform Circular Motion
The motion of an object moving around a circle at a constant speed can be modeled as follows.
We impose a coordinate system with the origin at the center of the circle.
The objects position can be specied by an angle measured count
Different quotient (and similar) practice problems
1. For each of the following functions, simplify the expression
f ( x + h ) f ( x)
h
as far as possible. In particular, you should be able to rewrite each expression without an
h in the denominator.
(a)
(