1. a) After the Civil war decided the fate of America as an industrialist nation, factories, suburbs,
more western lifestyle, emerged as a result. As factories took root in America, factory owners
and entrepreneurs made huge profits and cont
Practice Problems 1.1-1.3
Introduction to Sets
Given = cfw_1, 2, 42, 57, 99, 538, 677, = 1, 5, 6, 7, 2,3 , and = 1, 7 , 8,9 , answer the following
questions, use the proper notation:
Lowes IST302 Deliverable #2
Part 1: Complete Stakeholder Register
Part 2: Fill in Approvers and Reviews section of the project charter
Due: Monday 2/27/2016
The purpose of the assignment is to introduce you to the Stakeholder Register. Stakeholder definit
Practice Problems 7.1-7.3
Intro to Combinatorics
Consider the following definitions for sets of characters:
Digits = cfw_ 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Letters = cfw_ a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, q,
Cost Benefit Analysis
Net Present Value (NPV) is the cumulative present worth of positive and negative investment cash flow
using a specified rate to handle the time value of money.
NPV = Net Present value = Present value of net cash flows
AP American History
The time frame, late ninetieth century and mid 1870s, the United States of America had been
through a civil war and at the end Lincolns ideology of preserving the union and abolishing
slavery prevailed. The loss of the war f
Foreign and Domestic Policy (JFK and Johnson)
John F. Kennedy a.k.a JFK served as the president of the United States from January 1961 until his
assassination in 1963. Lot of controversies surrounded him on his decision making as he was one of the
Practice Problems 11.8-11.9
Return of Relentless Relations
For each relation, indicate whether the relation is a partial order, a strict order, or
neither. If the relation is a partial or strict order, indicate whethe
To Kill A Mockingbird
26: Twenty questions (Three classmates are each assigned the role of one of the characters in
the book. You and your fellow classmates have to figure out which person is which character.
Only 20 questions ca
READING GUIDE: Kissinger CH 8: Into the Vortex: Military Doomsday Machine
1. Discuss the changes to casus belli that took place by the signing of the Franco-Russian alliance in
The casus belli was the set of circumstances in which allies
Reading Guide Kissinger CH: 11: Stresemann and the Re-emergence of the Vanquished pp. 266-287
1. Why did France occupy the Ruhr and what were the effects of the occupation?
When Germany refused/was unable to keep up with the demanding reparations from the
Lowe CH: 13
Why was Mussolini able to come to power?
- Cheated because they were
- Government had borrowed
- 1919votes for all men and
awarded half of what they were
heavily from US
Lowe CH 2: The First World War and its Aftermath
Pt. 2 pp. 32-41
2.7 The Problems of Making a Peace Settlement
a. War aims
Only Germany and Austria had goals when the war
o Preserve Habsburg Empire=destroy Serbia
Countries started developing con
READING GUIDE: Kissinger CH 7: A Political Doomsday Machine: European Diplomacy Before the First
World War pp. 168-200
1. To what extent does the quote Germany was to serve as the hammer and not the anvil of
European diplomacy explain Germanys
Reading Guide Kissinger Diplomacy: CH 12 The End of Illusion pt. #1 pp 288-300
1. What lessons did Hitler learn from WWI?
Hitler discovered the belief that Germany could only ever be defeated by itself, rather than by external
forces. This was supported b
READING GUIDE: Kissinger CH 6: Realpolitik Turns on Itself p. 137-167
1. Describe the relationship between each of the following European Powers?
a. France and Germany
France and Germany hated one another after the Franco-Prussian war in 1870.
Reading Guide Kissinger CH: 12: The End of Illusion pt 2 pp. 301-318
1. Describe the reaction to Hitlers militarizing the Rhineland.
Neither power had a particularly noticeable reaction. France was made nervous by the
READING GUIDE: Kissinger 9: The New Face of Diplomacy
1. Why were both sides unwilling to compromise?
Both sides were unwilling to compromise
Would mean giving up the treasures that they thought were only fair after all of the
human loss they
READING GUIDE: Palmer SEC 84: The International Anarchy pp. 677-687
Rival Alliances: Triple Alliance versus Triple Entente pp. 678-680
1. Describe what is meant by Germanys Place in the Sun and the issues Great Britain and France
had with this idea.
Rachel SheradenPeriod 4
Lowe: CH 1 Reading Guide
The world in 1914: Outbreak of the First World War
August 5, 1914
German attack on Lige, Belgium (essential outpost for France invasion)met unexpected resistance
August 16Lige fell in the fi
READING GUIDE: Palmer SEC 88: The Economic, Social, And Cultural Impact of the War pp. 703-709
Effects on Capitalism: Government-Regulated Economies pp. 703-705
1. How did capitalism change during the war? Was change necessary?
Because no one had expected
READING GUIDE: Palmer SEC 85: The Armed Stalemate
The War on Land, 1914-1916 pp. 687-960
1. What was the Battle of Marne and what was its significance to Germanys war plans?
The Battle of Marne occurred right at the beginning of the War, in August of 1914
Reading Guide Palmer CH: 12 The Second World War. SEC 106 The Western-Soviet Victory. pp. 845-858
Plans and Preparations, 1942-1943 pp. 845-847
1. Describe the relationship of the allies and strategy in early 1942.
The Allies pursued a unified strategy in
Reading Guide Kissinger Ch: 14 The Nazi-Soviet Pact pp #1 350-368
1. Describe how Stalin consolidated power after the Nazi-Soviet Pact.
Stalin proposed a new deal to Germany less than a month after completing the Nazi-Soviet Pact:
READING GUIDE: Palmer SEC 86L: The Collapse of Russia and the Intervention of the United States pp.
The Withdrawal of Russia: Revolution and the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk pp. 696-697
1. Why did Germany help a socialist leader (Lenin) take over Russi
Reading Guide Palmer CH: 12 The Second World War. SEC 105 The Years of Axis Triumph pp. 837-845
Nazi Europe, 1939-1940: Poland and the Fall of France pp. 837-840
1. Why did the Allies not take military action during the Phony War?
Dictators were encourage
Reading Guide Palmer CH: 19 SEC: 96 The Advance of Democracy After 1919 pp. 763-767
Gains of Democracy and Social Democracy pp. 764
1. Describe the expansion of democratic ideals after World War I.
Political democracy began to advance after the war, which
READING GUIDE: Palmer SEC 87: The Collapse of the Austrian and German Empires pp. 701-703
1. What happened to Austria-Hungry Empire in the weeks following November 11, 1918?
After the armistice, the Austro-Hungarian and German Empires collapsed entirely,
Reading Guide Palmer CH: 12 The Second World War. SEC: 107 The Foundations of Peace pp. 859-864
1. How did the peace settlement at the end of WWII differ from the settlement after WWI?
While the peace settlement following WWI was swift and decisive, the n
Describe why after the revolution many Europeans became anti-revolutionary.
Many European countries became anti-revolutionary because they saw how big of an
impact the French revolution had on Frances success and how quickly their country fell