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Propp`s 31 functions in Disney film 'Aladdin'
Vladimir Propp, a Russian Folklorist, scrutinized several fairy tales and folk myths in the
Russian country during 1928. The scrutiny was mainly based on the solid facts and co
The Mytheme of Lvi-Strauss and the
Functions of Propp, Part 1
Since these concepts apply to all cultural forms, the structuralist
anthropologist looks at the various cultural forms of a given society in
order to find the basic constitutive units and relat
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Criterion 2: Demonstration a Comprehensive Point of View when Implementing Professional
Planning Tasks
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United States a Threat to Peace and Stability
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United States a Threat to Peace and Stability
Introduction
"Today the global menac
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From Here to Eternity: Military Lifestyle and Challenges
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FROM HERE TO ETERNITY
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National security has been a concept that the US government and the parliament should
always be ready to protect the
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Please write your Final Essay thesis statement and begin creating an
outline.
Final Essay
Select a particular theory or thesis from the final six modules of the
course. Connect your thesis/theory to a popular culture object (a film,
doll
ENG 111: SASE Essay Guidelines
*Please review the lecture notes for detailed instructions and examples*
Overview: The SASE Essay practices the SASE critical thinking process. In this essay, you will Summarize,
Analyze, Synthesize, and Evaluate your chosen
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From Here to Eternity: Military Lifestyle and Challenges
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National security has been a concept that the US government and the parliament should
always be ready to protect the
Vladimir Propp scrutinized hundreds of folk myths and fairy tales in Russia in 1928. His
work was generally unnoticed in the West until it was translated in the 1950s. The Russian
formalist scholar identified 8 typical characters and 31 functions which ca
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Chapter 1: Introduction to Cells
1.
Compare/contrast cells according to size, shape, function, and chemistry.
I. Compare and Contrast Cells:
A. Size: (5 -> 100 micro m) *naked eye can only see millimeters, which is 1000 micrometers
B. Shape: simple, com
Chapter 16
Fig 16-2 Cell Signaling Steps:
1. Signal produced (by other cells or by environment)
2. Signal received by target cell (transmembrane or intracellular receptor) proteins are
receptors
3. Signal transduced: extracellular signal converted into in
Chapter 5: DNA and Chromosomes
I.
DNA Structure
A. Cells store, use and pass on genetic information
B. DNA = nucleotide polymer
1. Nucleotide (monomer) = phosphate, 5-carbon (pentose) sugar, nitrogen base
a) Phosphate is made of po4, neg charged. Nitrogen
Chapter 6: DNA Replication, Repair, and Recombination
I.
Semiconservative Replication
A. Each strand of parent DNA serves as template for building a new strand.
Figure 6-2: only one of the 2 strands are conserved in the daughter strand
B. Other possibilit
Chapter 16: Cell Communication
I.
Cell Signaling
Figure 16-2
A. Signal produced by cell/environment
1. Distance between signaling cell and targeting cell- difference between diff. types of signaling
B. Signal received by target cells (transmembrane/intrac
Chapter 7: From DNA to Protein
I.
Central Dogma of Molecular Biology- Figure 7-1
A. Describes the flow of genetic information in cells
B. 3 Components:
1. DNA to DNA: storage, replication
2. DNA to RNA: transcription
3. RNA to Protein: translation
II. RNA
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NUMERICAL METHODS
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f ( x) = ln ( x + 2) x + 1, x > 2, x \ .
(a) Show that there is a root of f(x) = 0 in the interval 2 < x < 3 .
(2)
(b) Use the iterative formula
to calculate the values of x1 , x2 and x3 giving you
Edexcel Core 3
Algebra and functions
Topic Assessment
1. Simplify
4x 2 1
.
2 x 2 + 5x 3
[3]
2. Write the following as single fractions in their simplest form.
3x
x
(i)
2
x3 x 9
x 2 3x 4 x + 1
(ii)
.
x 2 25
x 5
2 x 4 x3 + 3x 4
Dx + E
= Ax 2 + Bx + C + 2
2
FUNCTIONS
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The functions f and g are defined by
f : x 6 1 2x 3 , x \
3
g : x 6 4, x > 0, x \
x
(a) Find the inverse function f -1 .
(2)
(b) Show that the composite function gf is
gf : x 6
8 x3 1
.
1 2 x3
(4)
(c) Solv
exp & ln
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The radioactive decay of a substance is given by
R = 1000e ct ,
t
0.
where R is the number of atoms at time t years and c is a positive constant.
(a) Find the number of atoms when the substance started to decay.
(1)
It takes 5730 y
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TRIGONOMETRY
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(a) Use the double angle formulae and the identity
cos( A + B) cos A cos B sin A sin B
to obtain an expression for cos 3x in terms of powers of cos x only.
(4)
(b) (i) Prove that
cos x 1 + sin x
+
2 se
EdExcel Core 3
Numerical methods
Topic Assessment
1. (i) By considering turning points, show that x3 3x2 + 5 = 0 has only one real
root and that this root lies between 2 and 1.
[4]
(ii) Show that this root is -1.104, correct to 3 d.p.
[2]
2. (i) Show that
EdExcel Core 3
Differentiation
Topic assessment
1. Using the chain rule, differentiate (x2 1)6.
[3]
2. Show that the derivative of cosec x is cosec x cot x.
[3]
3. Show that the gradient of y = (x2 1)(x 2)3 is given by
dy
= ( x 2) 2 (5 x 2 4 x 3)
dx
4. Fi
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TRANSFORMATIONS
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y
A (5, 4)
O
x
B ( 5, 4)
Figure 1
Figure 1 shows a sketch of the curve with equation y = f ( x) .
The curve passes through the origin O and the points A(5, 4) and B( 5, 4).
In separate diagrams, sket
Edexcel Core 3
Trigonometry
Topic Assessment
1. Find all of the angles between 0 and 360 such that
(i) sec x = 2.5
(ii) cosec x = -1.5
[3]
[3]
2. Solve the equation sec 2 x + tan x =
1 for 0 x 2
[5]
3. Solve the equation sin( x +=
30) 2 cos( x + 45) for 0
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ALGEBRA
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Given that
2 x 4 3x 2 + x + 1
dx + e
,
(ax 2 + bx + c) + 2
2
( x 1)
( x 1)
find the values of the constants a, b, c, d and e.
(4)
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Unit 6 Study Guide
1. _ _- Energy from sources that are constantly being formed.
2. _ _- Energy from the sun.
3. _ _- Energy from plant material, manure, and any other organic
matter.
4. _ _- Energy produced from moving water.
5. _ _- Energy produce
Waste Lab 1: Compost Challenge
Objective: Today you and your classmates will work together to make a simple compost system in
under an hour. Throughout the rest of the semester, we will regularly check on our compost systems
and collect data from them. Th
THE GARBAGE STORY
Dealing With Solid Waste Disposal
THE GARBAGE STORY: Dealing With Solid Waste Disposal 1996 AGC/United Learning
Composting
Objective:
You will see how the composting process works by actually creating a compost pile and monitoring it.
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What Are We Throwing Away?
Directions: As we explore whats in our garbage, list items where they fit in the table
below. Hint- They could belong to more than 1 category.
Reduce?
Reuse?
Recycle?
Dispose?
What can be recycled? There are