1.Assigned reading: How do the key points in the assigned Goleman chapters 5-8 apply to
your life and career?
Starting my professional career at a young age, Ive had many instances where I felt I
could improve as a leader. Ultimately, th
1. How do the keypoints in the assigned Goleman chapters1-4 and the article Personal Values
apply to your life and career?
Throughout my life and career, I have lead many through success but only through realizing the
impact that myself has o
Suppose pollution comes from two firms: H and L. The aggregate marginal benefit from
pollution to firms is described by
MB=16-(2/3) y, where y is total pollution.
The two firms marginal benefit from pollution is described by the following func
The Wars End and the Rise of
Interwar Germany and the Rise of Nazism
I. How the War Ended
A. In the West
B. In the East
C. In the Southeast
D. In the Colonies
II. The Peace
E. Ways out of the peace
F. Remembering and forgetting
III. Italy invents
Practice Test 3 version 1 ANSWER KEY
1. What is the correct IUPAC name of the following molecule:
Horace 1.6 Study Guide
line 1: scrbris. Parse this verb. Tense
line 1: Vari. What is the case?
What is the grammatical function?
line 2: lite. . What is the case?
What is the grammatical function?
line 3. This line contains the rh
Reflective Writing on BBS
My Biology 1209R lab took a trip to the Bluebonnet Swamp. The Bluebonnet Swamp
was founded around 1997, but it has been around for what is believed to be around 150 years.
Elephant Ear has been invasive in Louisia
Exam Review #2
Part I. Primary Source Identification
Chapter 19:Manifeseto of the Temporary Government of Macadonia (pg. 629)
Who wrote it?
When is it from?
Chapter 20: The Casement Report (pg. 662)
Who wrote it?
When is it from?
The West experiences economic recovery and democracy while the east
faces communist repression
The desire for reform in eastern European countries, failure of the
communist regime and the rise of the iron curtain.
Origins of the Cold War
Quiz #5 Study Sheet
Section I (30 points). Cumulative Map Section (covers Maps
15.1, 17.3, 19.4, 22.5, 25.1, 26.3).
Know where the major fighting occurred during the Thirty Years War
Know which regions wer
Golden Age Lyric Poetry
Office: 320 Hodges Hall
Office Hours: 9:00-10:00 MTWT
Catalogue Descriptiom: Latin 2074 Golden Age Lyric Poetry (3) Prereq.: Latin 2053 or
Quiz #1 Preparation Sheet
50 points total
What you should know for the map portion of Quiz #1 (I will give you at least one map and
ask you to identify something on it, such as what religion this country had by 1600, or
whether or not
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At the start of the session
Chapter 3 Homework
How can we measure growth over the very long run? The poorest countries in the world have
a per capita income of about $600 today. We can reasonably assume that it is nearly impossible
to live on an income below half this level (below $
For example there is a huge possibility that the Keynesian economist will
recommend that the Government have to take a place and interfere in the economy of our
country. The best way that the government can interfere is b
Short Essay #1
According to the book, the difference between change in supply and change in
quantity supply gets easily confuse. After reading the definition in the book about change
in quantity supplied, the easiest way to define
The benefit of having relationship between price elasticity and total revenue is
extremely important because this help notify the company if raising a price of the product is
a good idea or not. Basically, price elasticity is about whether or not it is a
Jack W. . Hou
Hanagerial Economics: Hath Review
0. A General Note:
This handout is not meant to be a substitute for the book, It is merely
a supplement. You should, at least, read Chapters 1 and 2, with Special
emphasis on Chapter 2. If you areru
CSULB Department of Economics
Mathematical Tools for Economics Students
This handout provides a brief guide to basic mathematic skills you will need as an
economics major. Topics covered in this handout include solving equations,
This handout provides a review of the mathematical tools used in this course and in most upper division
Economics courses. There is really nothing new here as you should have learned all of these in your
Problem Set 1 - Answer
1. Tom is interested in the variability of GPA of university students. Tom collected random samples of
6 students from A school and from B school respectively. The data is given as follows:
GPA for A school students
Problem Set 6 - Answer
1. John is interested in the proportion of cars with a Japanese brand in the California population. He
tentatively believes that the proportion of Japanese cars is equal or less than 0.3, but he is willing to
change his belief if th
Problem Set 7 Answer key
1. Brian is interested in how many bottles of beer typical Americans drink in a year. Let X denote a
random variable indicating the number of bottles one person drinks a year.
Brian believes that the average Americans drink 100 bo
Problem Set 4 Answer key
1. Consider a random experiment of drawing a coin. Define a random variable X whose value is 1 if
the outcome is head and 2 if the outcome is tail. The probability distribution of X is then illustrated
by the following table:
Problem Set 8 - Answer
1. Andy is investigating the salary gap between graduates with a Bachelor degree and graduates with a
master degree. Let denote the annual salary for graduates with a master degree and denote the
annual salary for graduates wi
Problem Set 2 Answer Key
1. Suppose that a random variable X has a probability distribution that is illustrated by the following
Prob(X = x)
(a) Compute that probability that the value of X is less than 4.
Problem Set 5 - Answer
1. The proportion of Democratic supporters in the US population is known to be 0.45. This means
that the proportion of Republican supporters is 0.55. John is going to randomly select a sample
of 1000 voters and ask about their prefe
Problem Set 3 Answer Key
1. Suppose that a continuous random variable X follows a uniform distribution. The probability
density function for X is given by f ( X )
(a) The minimum possible value of X is given by 3. What is the maximum value of X am