Theory of Knowledge
A flip of a coin will determine who goes first.
Each student will have a one minute introduction to their topic and their
The debate will last at most 12 minutes
At the end of the debate, each student w
Writing Response to Tough Guise
Student Name: _
Select one of the writing prompts below and write a 500-word response. Be sure to use evidence
from the documentary to support your claims. The style of your response can be written using
Discussion: The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas
There are some interesting points that I want to elaborate on, especially the ones that I couldnt
mention in the discussion.
Q: In what ways social status is shown in Omelas?
In the discussion, people talked
Honors Track Discussion
Q: Should we make realistic goals for ourselves?
I have to say, this was the far most controversial question in our discussion. Many people
agreed that we should make realistic goals to make ourselves happier, and to avoid overwork
In what way is emotion a more valuable way of knowing than reason?
Who would ever say emotion is more valuable than reason in gaining
knowledge? Virtually no one. Or at least, most students in our SAS
community would not say so. (This can be shown from a
Broadway Boogie-Woogie, 1942-43
Oil on canvas, 127 x 127 cm.
New York, The Museum of Modern
Course on System
Modeling and Simulation
PROF. ANDREA MATTA
A short introduction to this course
The student will acquire information about:
Outline of Lecture Topics
May 22, 2016
Lecture #Two: Series and Jackson Networks
B. Two Stage System
C. Markov State Balance Equations
D. P0 Derivation
E. PN Derivation
E. Example Two Stage System
G. System Perform