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- The elimination of what they thought were useless eaters continued to grow as well cries for
more food to be extracted from the occupied territories
- Goring convinced the Gauletiers of Reich
WHAT INFLUENCES YOUR HEALTH Activity # 1
1) What do you girls feel influences your food choices in regards to your health. Some examples
could be influence from what friends eat, whats available to you and your surroundings etc.
2) The Public Health Agenc
LEGAL LIABILITY
Chapter 4
CHAPTER OBJECTIVES
Sources of legal liability
Audit Expectation Gap
Terminology
Potential defenses against third-party suits
Accountants response to legal liability
Legislations impact on accountants
WHY DO AUDITORS GET SUED
PROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIPS:
THE ROLE OF ETHICS AND
INDEPENDENCE
Chapter 3
CHAPTER OBJECTIVES
Explain importance of ethics
Discuss Code of Professional Conduct and related
principles
Identify specific rules of professional conduct
Explain Independence a
The Demand for an Auditing
and Assurance Profession
CHAPTER 1
Chapter Objectives
5 components of an audit
Accounting vs. Auditing
Assurance vs. Non-assurance services
Types of accountants & audits
Auditing
Definition: a formal examination of an
organ
Client Risk Profile and
Documentation
CHAPTER 6
Chapter Objectives
Explain importance of planning
Understand components of understanding the
client business and assessing client business risk
Describe type of evidence collected to develop client
risk p
Audit Evidence (CAS 500)
CHAPTER 8
Chapter Objectives
Describe 5 evidence decisions
List & explain 7 evidence collection methods
Discuss methods used to choose types of evidence
Define analytical procedures & know when they are
used
Evidence Decisions
Delay Dierential Equations (DDE)
LECTURE 1
There will be a few homework assignments, a computer project and a presentation of
a paper (on tghe last week of classes). For the computer project, you need to know how to
run Matlab (use the command runmatlab o
LECTURE 3
(vii) Replacing x(t r) by its Taylor polynomial in r may lead to wrong conclusion.
Consider
x (t) = 2x(t) + x(t r).
Since a = 2 < 0 and 0 < b = 1 < |a|, we know that solutions converge to 0
exponentially as t . Now, consider the ODE
x (t) = 2x(t
LECTURE 2
(iii) For a < 0 and 0 < |b| < |a|, solution x(t) 0, exponentially, as t .
This is the case of so called diagonally dominant, meaning that the instantaneous/
nodelay term is somehow stronger than the term with delay. Also, it says the trivial
sol
LECTURE 4
For a nonautonoumous ODE, an initial value problem takes the form
for x(t) Rn
x (t) = f (t, x(t)
x(t0 ) = x0
where t0 R and x0 Rn . For DDE, its initial value problem looks like
x (t) = f (t, xt )
(RFDE)
and
x =
(IC)
where R plays the role of t
LECTURE 5
Consider
t
x (t) = f (t, xt )
x =
where r > 0, R, C and D R C are given and f : D Rn is continuous.
Picture 1 is t x(t) in R Rn . Picture 2 is t xt in R C .
Given the pair (, ) R C , we dene C ([ r, ), Rn ) by
=
( + t) = (0),
for t 0
(Draw a
LECTURE 8
BACKWARDS CONTINUATION OF SOLUTIONS.
Consider the example
x (t) = a(t)x(t r).
Let C . In order to have a solution x(t) dened on (r , 0], where > 0, such that
x(t) = (t) for t [r, 0], we need x (0) = a(0)x(r), i.e (0) = a(0)(r). Thus, the
IC () s
LECTURE 7
CONTINUATION OF SOLUTIONS.
Let x : [ r, + ] Rn ( > 0) and x : [ r, + ] Rn ( > 0) be two solutions
of RFDE(f ) through (, ). We say that x is a continuation of x if and x(t) = x(t)
for all t [ r, + ]. By using Zorns lemma, we see that there is a
LECTURE 6
Proof of Lemma 4. T is well dened by Lemma 3. Next, since |f | < M , we have
t1
|T (, , f, y )(t1 ) T (, , f, y )(t2 )|
|f ( + s, ys + +s )| ds M |t1 t2 |
t1
and |T (, , f, y )(t)| M , for t, t1 , t2 I . In fact, the inequalities hold for all t