Repeat Examinations 2011 / 2012
Exam Codes
Exam
2BA , 2BHR1, 2BWM1, 2BCS1, 2BFS1,1OA1, 1EM1
2nd Arts
Module Code
Module
TI238
Global Urbanisation
Repeat Paper
External Examiners
Internal Examiners
Professor Brian Graham
Professor Chris Caseldine
Dr. Mark
Semester 1 Examinations 2011 / 2012
Exam Code
Exam
2BA, 2BHR1, 2BWM1, 2BCS1, 2BFS1. 1OA1, 1EM1
Second Arts
Module Code
Module
TI238
Global Urbanisation
Paper No.
1
External Examiners
Professor Brian Graham
Professor Chris Caseldine
Dr. Mark Hennessy
Dr. V
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Comparison of Coke Cola and PepsiCo
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Case Study: Comparison of Coca Cola and PepsiCo
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Growth sales
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APPENDICES
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E K, then = a ib is constructible.
By Lemma R.2, K is a subfield of C. Now a, b c K, by Lemma R.1, and
i E K, by Example 38. Therefore, bi E K, and so a ib E K.
Corollary R.4. If a, b, c are constructible, then the roots
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APPENDICES
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A group G which contains an element g (called a generator)
such that every element of G is some power of g.
Cyclic group.
Dihedral group D2n . A group of order 2n containing an element a of order
n and an element b of order 2 such that bab
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and mesolevel environments, 7377
highly stratified societies, integration
in, 7475
integration in societies, with low levels
of stratification, 7577
Structural dynamics
centralization and