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Government Notes 10-3
1. Explain what options people have when they choose to vote. vote for
canadite,vote against canadite, vote for second canadite, vote against second
canadite,and decide not to vote.
2. Where did the word idiot com
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Government Notes 9-1
1. Explain what citizenship is and the different way to become an American
citizen. It is when you pleg your allegence to the United States. You can
become an american citizen by filing paper work, or addrressing i
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Government Notes 10-2
1. Explain the 5 constitutional provisions related to the right to vote. Any
person whom a state allows to vote for members of the most numerous
branch of its own legislature must also be allowed to vote,no state
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Government Notes 10-4
1. About how many people are elected to public office? 500,000 For how many
offices? 90000
2. What federal control is there over elections? Congress.
3. Explain the Help America Vote Act. Its to help the Americans
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Government Notes 9-2
1. What are immigrants? Aliens legally admitted into the United States.
2. Explain how the book describes discrimination against different races. It
descibes it as having them segregated and unequal.
3. From the ch
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Government Notes 9-4
1. Who was Martin Luther King Jr.? A rightous just man who helped start the
civil rights moment.
2. Explain the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Prohibits discrimination.
3. Explain the Civil Rights Act of 1968. Refuses t
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Terms chapter 9
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Citizen the one who owes allegiance to the United States.
Jus soli the law of the soil.
Jus sanguinis The law of the blood.
Alien a citizen from a foreign state living in this country.
Expatriation the
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Government Notes 9-3
1. Explain the equal protection clause of the constitution. No one can deny
anyone any rights.
2. What is the strict scrutiny test? the state must show a compelling
governmental intrest.
3. Explain what segregation
Solve each problem by using multiplication or division and use visual models to support
your answer. Your model should match product or quotient you arrive at.
Think about what action is taking place in each situation and use your notes on
multiplying and
Balance Sheet
Directions:
Read the narrative below. Then fill out the balance sheet on the following page to
discover if the companys assets balance out its liabilities and equity.
You own Company X. When you started the company, you initially invested $1
Math - Least squares regression lines
Calculation
This should always go through the point ( ,
=
=
The equation of a least square regression line is given by y = a + bx
b=
=
= x -
these are on pg 13 of the formula book
a= -b
your calculator can work these
Math - Confidence Intervals Notes
The z values for the given confidence intervals will either have to be learnt or can be
worked out using the % point table on pg 25
The formula is:
(zx , +zx )
where is the sample mean and will be given or can be found,
n
Math Statistics Notes (Mean,
averages, etc)
Mode : the most common or most popular data value
the only average that can be used for qualitative data
not suitable if the data values are very varied
Mean : important as it uses all the data values
Disadvanta
Math Probability and Linear Scaling
Linear scaling
If data values have been increased or decreased by a constant amount, the same will
happen to the mean. The standard deviation and variance will be unaffected.
If data values have been multiplied by a con
Math Normal Distribution Notes
FINDING PROBABILITIES
State the mean and variance (standard deviation)
Standardise to find the z value
Sketch a graph and shade in the area to represent the probability
Use the table to find the probability
o take care with
Math Correlation Notes
The Product Moment Correlation Coefficient : is a numerical measures of the strength
and type of correlation denoted by r and will lie in the range -1 r 1
indicates how well the data, when plotted in a scatter graph, fits a straight
Math Statistics Central Limit
Theorem and Regression
Central Limit Theorem (CLT)
You only need to use the central limit theorem if you are not told that the sample is
selected from a population which is Normally Distributed.
The theorem concerns the distr
Math Binomial Distribution Notes
A question is binomial if:
Probability of an event happening is given (p)
Number of people/trials/objects chosen given (n)
EQUALS or EXACTLY use the formula P(x=r)
Make sure you write it out with the values substituted in