MANAGEMENT EXAM REVIEW
Unit 1: Intro to Management
1. What are the responsibilities of top, middle, and low managers?
Top Managers:
Have the final authority. They are directly responsible to the
shareholders, government and general public.
Ex. Chief Oper
Ikea project
1.What corporation have you selected? From which country? (1 mark)
The corporation I have selected is IKEA which is founded in Sweden.
2. What products and services does this corporation sell? What are its brand
names? (1 mark)
The products a
News articles have a perspective and an objective contained in them.
The article could be in a citizens, a governments or a companys point of
view. Whomever the point of view is, they would establish a main intention
and the point across to the readers. A
Union Handout
1. Other than wages and benefits, what kinds of things do unions fight for?
Unions fight for collective interest and rights of workers or a group of workers, especially in
relation to employers, but also in relation to the state and civil so
Business Ethics Review Notes
1.
Unionswhat is their history/purpose? What rights do they fight for?
History
When our society was based on an economy that was primarily agricultural, many people
worked for themselves as farmers or in small shops. However,
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Ethical Sourcing of Garments
1.
What are business ethics?
Business ethics are rules of conduct and principles and patterns of behaviour in business dealings that involve doing the
right thing.
2. Give two examples of ways in which Primark is operating i
1. Singers thesis in this essay is that the way people in relatively affluent countries react to a
situation like that in Bengal cannot be justified; indeed, the whole way we look at moral issues
our moral conceptual scheme needs to be altered, and with
Nov 4
Guilt by association fallacy
An arguer attacks the position of an opponent on the basis of a supposed link between the
opponent and a person or group believed to be disreputable.
Not fallacious if
There is good reason to believe that the alleged lin
The two phrases are some collateral damage and smart munitions were expended.
Some collateral damage is euphemism for people either got died or wounded. Smart munitions
were expended is an euphemism for bombs were dropped.
2.
The term that could be constr
Nov 9
Ch 7
178187
204210
4 properties of deductive inferences and CONTRASTING PROPERTIES OF INDUCTIVE
Inferences
Exam 8 marks name 4 properties of deductive and inductive
Deductive
1. non ampliative
2. truth preserving
3. erosion proof
4. all or nothing
1. Since in order to have a moral duty to do Act A we must be able to do A and able to
refrain from doing A,
2. it follows that being morally responsible for doing A entails that I could have done
otherwise if I had chosen to do so.
3. Determinism holds t
1.
a.
The claim is unacceptable by a priori.
b.
Accept authority testimony
c.
Unacceptable testimony
d
The claim is acceptable by a priori
e. The claim is unacceptable circular (begging the question)
f. The claim is acceptable by observation
2.
a.
It is u
SOLUTIONS TO HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT #2, Math 253
1. Find the equation of a sphere if one of its diameters has end points (1, 0, 5) and
(5, 4, 7).
Solution:
The length of the diameter is (5 1)2 + (4 0)2 + (7 5)2 = 36 = 6, so the
radius is 3. The centre is at
Multivariable Calculus Practice Midterm 2
Prof. Fedorchuk
1.
(10 points ) Compute the arc length of the curve
r(t) =
43
t, t 2 , t2 ,
3
on the interval 1 t 3.
1
Solution: We have r (t) = 1, 2t 2 , 2t and r (t) =
arc length is
1 + 4t + 4t2 = 1 + 2t. Hence
Section 3 Sequences and Limits, Continued.
Lemma 3.6 Let cfw_an nN be a convergent sequence for which an = 0 for all
n N and limit = 0. Then there exists N N such that

3 
an 
2
2
for all n N .
In particular this result ensures that if the limit is
MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS PRACTICE MIDTERM 1 SOLUTIONS
1.
(5 points ) If v w = 1, 1, 1 and v w = 2, nd the angle between v and w.
Solution: Let be the angle in question. By using the formula for the magnitude of cross
product (Theorem 3b on page 758), we obt
MATH 153
Selected Solutions for 12.5
Exercise 34: Find an equation for the plane that passes through the point
(6, 0, 2) and contains the line x = 3t, y = 1 + t, z = 7 + 4t.
Solution: In order to nd the equation for a plane, we need a point in the
plane a
UNIVERSITY OF WINNIPEG
1 April 2013
Assignment #5
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1
[10]Q.1 Reverse the order of integration in the double integral
x
xdydx. Evaluate the
0
resulting integr
UNIVERSITY OF WINNIPEG
21 January 2013
Assignment #1
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COURSE: MATH 2106, Intermediate Calc II
TOTAL MARKS: 50
DUE: 25 January 2013 at 2:30pm
[5]Q.1 For two vectors u and v in R3 , show that
(u v) tan = u v
where is the angle between u and v.
UNIVERSITY OF WINNIPEG
4 March 2013
Assignment #4
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TOTAL MARKS: 50
DUE: 8 March 2013 at 2:30pm
2
[5]Q.1 If z = f (x, y), where x = r cos and y = r sin , nd z .
r
[10]Q.2 Show that the ellipsoid 3x2 +2y
UNIVERSITY OF WINNIPEG
1 February 2013
Assignment #2
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TOTAL MARKS: 50
DUE: 8 February 2013 at 2:30pm
[5]Q.1 For each part (a)  (c), nd a multivariable function whose domain is given.
(a) All the point
Section 8: Working with the Denitions
8. Working with the Denitions
toc
We now come to that point in our discussion when we look at the
rigorous denition of limit. Once again, let me remind you of our only
description of limit: Pedestrian Description.
8.1
482008
Limits at Innity
In this section, Ill discuss proofs for limits of the form lim f (x). They are like  proofs, though the
x
setup and algebra are a little dierent.
Recall that lim f (x) = L means that for every > 0, there is a such that if
xc
>