Midterm II
The format of the second midterm this quarter will be as follows:
The midterm focuses primarily, but not entirely, on the material from lecture 12
(Dionysus) through lecture 19 (Herakles).
1. One visual identification (20%). You will have to an

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DGD 7 - MAT1332 D - W2017
Section: Linear Algebra I
Show that the system
x + y + 2z = a
x
+ z = b
2x + y + 3z = c
is consistent if and only if c = a + b.
Solution :
For the system to be consistent (i.e. admits at least one solution) the row-echelon form

DGD 8 - MAT1332 D - W2017
Section: Linear Algebra III
Compute the determinant of the matrix
1 1 2
A = 1 0 1
2 1 4
to show that the matrix A is invertible. Find the inverse of A.
Solution:
We compute the determinant using the formula for 3 3 matrices.
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DGD 11 - MAT1332 D
Guy Beaulieu
March 30th, 2017
1. The system of differential equations
dx
1
= x(1 x)(x 0.5) xy
dt
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dy
= dy + xy
dt
describes a predator-prey model where x is the fraction of prey which the environment can support and y is the fraction o

DGD 10 - MAT1332 D - W2017
Function of Several Variables
Part 1: Definition: Domain, Range, and Level Set.
I: Evaluate each function at the given point.
(1) f (x, y) =
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Mitochondria
Caroline Petit-Turcotte, PhD
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Caroline Petit-Turcotte Winter 2017
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Objectives
Explain, contrast and compare, the role of mitochondr

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Caroline Petit-Turcotte
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Topic 5
Mitochondria
Caroline Petit-Turcotte, PhD
Center for advancement of pedagogy in sci

Classics 30 Spring 2013
Final Exam Essay Topics
One of these two topics will be the essay question on the final exam. Remember that to achieve
full credit you must integrate discussion of the secondary literature you have read.
1. The Mamas & The Papas
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DGD 9 - MAT1332 D - W2017
Section: Linear Systems of Differential Equations
Find the particular solution to the linear system of differential equations under the given
initial condition.
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MAT 1332, Winter 2017, Assignment 6
Due MONDAY April 10 in the math department dropboxes by 7:00pm.
Late assignments will not be accepted; nor will unstapled assignments.
Professors in the math department will not lend you a stapler; do not ask for one.
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MAT 1332, Winter 2017, Assignment 5
Due Wednesday March 22 in the math department dropboxes by 7:00pm.
Late assignments will not be accepted; nor will unstapled assignments.
Professors in the math department will not lend you a stapler; do not ask for one

Twelve Tone Serialism
Schoenberg and Boulez
Terms
tonality
atonality
12 tone technique (dodecaphony)
tone row
serialism
parameters
Principles of Twelve Tone
Technique
The tone row is a specific ordering of all twelve notes of
the semitonal scale
No

Neo-Romanticism
(1850-1910)
Neo-romanticism
Neo-romanticism
positivism
untimely
Zeitgeist
aesthetic redemption
kitsch
Hector Berlioz (1803-1869)
Franz Liszt (1811-1886)
Richard Wagner (1813-1883)
Neo-romanticism
refers to the untimliness of music in whic

1. Late in Agamemnon, Cassandra prophesizes her own death. How
does her reaction to foreknowledge of her fate differ from that of
Oedipus and Jocastas foreknowledge of their respective fates?
Why does Cassandra behave so differently from Oedipus/Jocasta
w

Blondell argues that the story of Pandora reveals a number of anxieties that men
had about the "dangerous" power of women - what were these anxieties and how
are they represented by Pandora? Are the same themes/anxieties present in the story
of Demeter? W

Paper Assignment
The paper is due on Wednesday May 29 at 9 am and must be delivered/uploaded to the Turnitin
site for the course. There will be no extensions. Your paper should have a cover page with your
title and your name. It should also identify your

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Form A.
Classics 30, Spring 2011. Midterm I
Before you hand in your exam, be SURE to write the following on your scantron:
your name
your T.A's name
the version of your exam (Form A or B)
Choose the most correct answer to the following ques

Classics 30. Spring 2011
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Greek Mythology
Midterm II
Part I. Slide Identification (20%. Recommended time: 8 minutes)
1) Identify the subject of this vase painting (2 points)
2) What are the names of the characters in the chariot? (2 points)
3)

Classics 30. Spring 2011
Final. Page 1
Greek Mythology Final
Part I. Slide Identifications (20 points. Recommended time: 25 minutes)
Slide #1.
1) Who is the bearded figure at the left and who is reclining on the right? (1 point)
2) What events have brough

Lecture 9: Mitochondria pt. 1 (Energetics)
Objectives:
Explain what the role of mitochondria in a cell with regards to energy production
Understand the importance of calcium
o Availability, storage
o Cellular functions
Understand key concepts of cellular

MAT 1332
W2011
TEST1
Max = 30
Solutions
1. Area calculation. (Total=3) Marking: 1 point for sketch, 1 point for correctly
setting up the integral including correct limits of integration, 0.5 point for correct ant
derivative. 0.5 points for correct end res

Classics 30 Midterm Study Guide:
Reading:
Homer O dyssey [Book 9] (Odysseus and the Cyclops) [Greek]
From there we sailed on, grieving in our hearts. We came to the land of the arrogant and lawless Cyclops. Trusting in the
deathless gods they neither plan

Classics 30
Reading: Gilgamesh
[Hittite]
He who saw the Deep, the countrys foundation, who knew, was wise in all matters! [Gilgamesh, who] saw the Deep, the
countrys foundation, [who] knew [] was wise in all matters! He searched lands everywhere. He who e