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The American food industry plays a large part in the economic growth of the country.
Economy involves business and business has
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Extra Credit: Avatar
By Cameron James
Avatar a movie directed by Cameron James in 2009 is a film that has meaning for
the story which is being told. A new world called Pandora is discovered by scientist on earth.
On Pandora there are Aliens who a
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Extra Credit: A Beautiful Mind
By Brian Grazer
A Beautiful Mind a film directed by Brian Grazer in 2002 holds a few hidden meanings
that some may find relative to one another. This is done by showing a story of a young man who
is very talented in
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Extra Credit: Wall-E
by Andrew Stanton
Wall-E a movie created by Disney in 2008 was created for more than just entertainment. It
has a hidden metaphor which tells how todays young peoples morals and ethics have changed
due to the progress in tech
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television, magazines, books and new papers. In some cases, listing or reading to a
report can cause a person to be misled by what the actual meaning of the report.
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modern society. Key areas of focus include
financial literacy, numerically-based decision
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I. Distance and Midpoint Formulas
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SYLLABUS: STATISTICS
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CRN:
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Dates:
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Instructor:
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Anthropology 101
Professor Magginetti
Drink Milk, It Makes You Taller. Not Really.
The article The Tall and Short of it, written by Barry Bogin, reports research
explaining the causes of the differences in height betwe
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What is Anthropology?
1) Anthropology
a) Study of humankind from a broad perspective focusing especially on biological
and cultural differences and similarities populations past and present.
2) Four Fields
a) Cultural Anthropology
i) Studies way o
2/6/2014
Evolution: Scientific Theory
I. Charles Darwin and the HMS Beagle
A. Natural Selection The process by which some organisms, with feature that
enable them to adapt to the environment.
B. If an animal is on an environment, ones with variation will
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Biology in the Present
1) Life History
a) Life history the timing and details of growth events and development events
form conception through senescence and death.
b) Prenatal stage
i) Three trimesters; 9+ Months
c) Postnatal stage
i) Neonatal (Mo