MKTG 360
Chapters 3 & 4
Americas Concern for Health & Wellness and YUM! Brands Video Cases
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Please work on all the questions as a group and be prepared to report your answers to the class
regarding the question that is assig
MKTG 360
Chick-fil-A Case In-Class Activity
Names of Group Members: _ _
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Please work on all the questions as a group and be prepared to report your answers to the class
regarding the question that is assigned specifically to your group.
For the questio
Manifolds Takehome Problems (due in class Friday Nov. 2)
1.(20) Let f : S 1 S 1 be a continuous group homomorphism. Show that f (z ) = z n for
some n Z.
2.(20) Let G be a topological group acting freely on a space X . Let Z denote the set of
pairs (x, y )
Manifolds Final, takehome part
Remember: You dont need to reprove results already proved in text/homework/class.
1. Let : E B be a local product with ber F , and assume that F is pathconnected. Let e0 , b0 be basepoints in E, B respectively, with (e0 ) =
Homework 5 and solutions for Homework 4
Reading: Read Chapter 7 over the next two weeks. The computation of the fundamental
group of the sphere is optional, since it follows from the Seifert-van Kampen theorem to
be proved later. In the section “Categorie
Homework 4 and solutions for Homework 3
Reading: Skip chapter 5, except for the statement of the classiﬁcation of 1-manifolds.
The chapter is well worth perusing, but this is not required. Skim through Chapter 6, as
follows: Prop. 6.1 and 6.2 are importan
Homework 3 and some Homework 2 solutions
Homework 3. In all problems I urge you to apply the Laziness Principle, which says
that a mathematician should strive to do as little work as possible at all times. The reason
for this is that there will be plenty