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6Outline7forChapter8FeministTheories
Gender
o Thesociallyconstructedpatterningofmasculinityandfemininityandof
therelationsbetweenmenandwomen.(pg188)
Sociallyconstructed
o Theprocessofcollectivedefinitionbywhichhumanscreateasocialworld
thatisperce
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Outline 6 Cooley, Goffman & Garfinkel (all Chapter 6)
Symbolic Interactionism General info:
Focus of symbolic interactionists (137-138)
o Focuses on everyday life
o Focuses on interaction (as well as action and people as agents) and the symbo
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Type in the formulae in their applicable rows along Column K and then use
equals signs (=) to transfer the values to the remaining columnar cells. Then
format each column's values per its top header instructions.
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A Balloon for Allah FMG 44873
Filmmaker Nefise Lorentsen looks at oppression of women in the Middle East.
Who are the Salafist Muslims? They view themselves as the only correct interpreters of the
Quran. To them, all moderate Muslims are almost heretics.
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2David Harvey Spatial Justice Workshop http:/www.youtube.com/watch?
v=tnGtfSBMJrY
Harvey believes you cannot talk about space without also talking about _PLACE_ and
_ENVIORMENT_, because any change you make in one of them will also result in
PHY 122: Rotational Motion
Name: Tayyaba Maqsood
Group members name: Samuel D. Ahmed A.
Group Number: 04
Class Number: 40808
Time: 06/09/2016
Objective:
The objective of this lab was to investigate the relationship between inertia and angular
motion and t
PHY 122: Springs and Oscillators
Name: Tayyaba Maqsood
Group members name: Samuel D. Ahmad A.
Group Number: 4
Class Number: 06/15/2016
TA: Brand McKeon
Objective:
The objective of this lab is to measure the static behavior of simple springs,to find the
st
% Exercise 1
A=[1,4,2;2,5,8;3,6,9] %creating a three by three matrix
B=[1,2,3;4,5,6;7,8,9] %creating a three by three matrix
b=[4;23;27] %creating a three by one matrix
c=[4,3,2] % creating a one by three matrix
d=[1;2;3] %creating a three by one matrix
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PHY 122: Volumes
Objective:
The objective of this lab is to find the error propagation through the volume of
various objects. The purpose of this is to understand how to determine error in
volume obtained when each quantity measured has its individual err
PHY 122: Lab Name: Vectors and statics
Tayyaba Maqsood
Steven, Cory
Group Number: 9
Class number: 40808
Time: 6/08/16
TA's name:
Brandon McKeon
1
Vectors and Statics
I. Objective(s).
The objective of this experiment was to understand the aspects of force
Linear Inequalities
and
Linear Programming
Linear Inequalities
Sketching the Region Represented by a Linear Inequality in 2 Variables 5 x y 10
Test (0, 0) :
1. Replace the inequality with
an equality and sketch the line.
2. Choose a point not on the line
Determinants and
Cramers Rule
Determinants
A = [a ]
Determinant of an 1 x 1 Matrix
det( A) = a
a b
A=
c
d
Determinant of an 2 x 2 Matrix
det( A) = ad bc
Determinants
Determinant of an n x n Matrix
mij = Minor matrix
If A is an n x n matrix where n is gre
Systems of Two Equations
in Two Unknowns
and
Using Matrices to Solve Systems
Systems of 2 Equations in 2 Unknowns
a1 x + b1 y = c1
a2 x + b2 y = c2
Possible Outcomes: System of 2 Linear Equations in 2 Unknowns
A single
(unique)
solution
No solution
An inf
Matrix Inversion
Matrix Inversion
Identity Matrix
The n x n identity matrix I is the matrix
with 1s down the main diagonal, where
the diagonal starts at the top left,
and 0s everywhere else.
1 0
I2 =
0
1
I2
1 0 0
I 3 = 0 1 0
0 0 1
I3
1
0
I4 =
0
0
Ai
Syllabus for MAT 211 Mathematics for Business Analysis
Fall 2015
NOTE:
THIS SYLLABUS MAY BE MODIFIED AT ANY TIME BY ANNOUNCEMENTS MADE IN CLASS.
Instructor: Woonjung Choi
Office: ECA203
SLN: 71673, 71675
Office Hours: TTH 9-10am.
E-mail: woonjung.choi@asu
Extreme Value Theorem
Extreme Value Theorem
Suppose a function f is a continuous function of two variables whose domain D
is both closed and bounded.
How does one find the extrema?
Extreme Value Theorem for Functions of Two Variables
If f is a continuous
Random Variables
and
Distributions
Random Variables and Distributions
A random variable X is a
rule that assigns a number, or
value, to each outcome in a
sample space of an
experiment.
Select a mutual fund:
X is the number of companies
in the fund portfol
Maxima and Minima
Maxima and Minima
The phrase for all (x, y) near (a,b)
means for all (x, y) in some open disc
with (a, b) at its center.
At (a, b, f(a,b)
there exists a relative maximum
if for all (x, y) near (a,b)
f ( a , b ) f ( x, y )
z = 1 ( x2 + y
Functions of Several Variables
Functions of Several Variables
Algebraic
A real-value function of f of x, y, z, is a rule for manufacturing a new
number, written f(x, y, z ), from the values of a sequence of independent
variables (x, y, z, ) .
f ( x, y ) =