1. i) Where exactly did the accident happen?
ii) How fast was the other car going?
iii) What time did it happen?
2. a) Roy would be a good source of information because he observed the interview first-hand.
b) i) The dirver.
ii) The two other passers-by.
a) The main point is hybrid cars are great intelligent vehicles and they can benefit both the user and the
environment but they have disadvantages as well.
The writer employs several language techniques and organizational strategies in his piece. Th
By Arthur Miller
Early in 1692, a1692
small group of girls in
Salem fell ill, falling victim to
hallucinations and seizures.
In extremely religious Puritan New
England, frightening or surprising
occurrences were often at
Diminishing Marginal Utility:
Marginal utility falls as consumption rises.
Consumers must decide how to adjust their expenditure to maximize total
A utility-maximizing consumer allocates expenditure so that
Perfect Competition in the Long Run
Assumptions of perfect competition in the long run
o Entry and exit only: Entry eliminates economic profits. Exit eliminates
o Identical costs: firms have the same cost curves
o Constant-cost industry: entry or
Evaporation: process of liquid turning into gas
Transpiration: process by which plants absorb water through the roots of the
plants and give it off as water vapor through the pores of the leaves
Condensation: conversion of vapor or gas int
25) A PART II
1. Name two events. Formulate a conditional probability and a joint probability (i.e., the probabil
MGSC 1206 Sample Final Exam
Limit Deﬁnition f'(x) = ﬁlm
of Derivative h—>0 h
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Power Rule Iff(x)_ k x ’ the” f (x) k ”x
General Power Rule
Iff(x) = [g<x>]", then f'(x) = n[g(x>]"‘1g'<x>
Product Rule [ff(x) : u(x)v(x)
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Example: John will have to pay his traffic tickets. He will go to jail if he does not.
John will have to pay his traffic tickets, or he will go to jail if he does not.
1. The semester ended. William did
The Tower of Babel Commentary
By: Danica Soriano
Throughout the lifespan of an individual being, one will find themselves
encountering many diverse people in whom they may or may not form relationships
with. Regardless, one of the key aspects in building
Reflective Statement: Blood Wedding
Question: How was your understanding of cultural and contextual consideration of the work
developed through the interactive oral?
During the interactive oral, one of the subjects brought to light is the u
Danica Soriano 1
Supervised Write: Blood Wedding
Question: Identify and comment on key symbols in the play
Thesis: In the play, Blood Wedding, Lorca uses symbolism in order to demonstrate to the
audience the importance of ones actions and the consequences
The poem that have been given the task to commentate is called The Jaguar, written by Ted
Hughes. Ted Hughes primarily expresses how the sense of freedom can change and affect a beings state
of mind within confinement. In the poem, The Jaguar,
Blood Wedding Reflective Statement #2 Notes
Central Assertion: In his play, Blood Wedding, Federico Garcia Lorca uses symbolism to vocalize
his personal desires, in addition to an overall universal message: the consequences of ones
The Jaguar Commentary
The poem takes place within a zoo containing several dull, fatigued animals who have driven
themselves into despair due to the lack of freedom. But despite the initial depressing tone, the author also
beautifully illuminates the conc
Electronic Notecards 1-2
Al Capone Notecards
Source: McGill, Sara Ann. Al Capone. Al Capone (2005): 1. MAS Ultra School Edition.
Web. 19 Jan. 2014. http:/web.ebscohost.com/ehost/detail?sid=949ea728-7758-4e
April 1, 2014
Love Destroys You
Love begins as a dream
It keeps you warm like a coat
But after, it leaves you exposed against the snow
Love leaves you all alone
Though you try, love never lasts
Even if you think you
Electronic Notecards 1-4
Al Capone Notecards
Source: Burdick Harmon, Melissa. "Badfella The Life And Crimes Of Al Capone." Biography
5.5 (2001): 100. MAS Ultra - School Edition. Web. 20 Jan. 2014.