Chapter 11 Notes
Federalist and Republican Gunslingers
This was the first time in which there was split in the nation into two separate political
parties, the federalists and the Jeffersonians.
In the election of 1800, the Federalists had a horde of enem
1. The price of product A goes up. What happens to demand for product B, a substitute for
1. The price of widgets goes down. What happens to demand whoozits, which are
complements for widgets?
Chapter 1.4 Functions
Relation: Two quantites that are related
Function: A relation that assigns each element x in the domain
(set of inputs) to exactly one element y in the range (set of outputs).
An element in the domain cannot be matched with two diffe
There Are Four Types of Motion: Well Study Straight-Line or
One Dimensional Motion (Kinematics)
Motion in One
We will learn to describe motion in three ways.
*All three are
_ of change of _ (how much
time it takes for change in position to
3 Types of Speed
1) _ Speed: speed at any given
Types of Speed
2) _ speed: Speed that
does not _
Ex: car on cruise control
Types of Speed
Most _ is not _:
TONE is defined as the writers or speakers attitude toward the subject.
Positive Tone/Attitude Words
Amiable Consoling Friendly Playful
Cheerful Energetic Lighthearted Surprised
Amused Content Happy Pleasant
Cheery Enthusiastic Loving Sweet
1) The Law of Supply states that the higher the price of a good, the more_
the quantity produced. Conversely, if the price of a good falls, less_
of the good will be produced.
The Law of Supply is the opposite of the Law of
Chapter 9 Notes (Part 2)
The Horrid Specter of Anarchy
States were refusing to pay taxes, and national debt was increasing as foreign authority
was slipping. Not only that, the states also started to print out their own paper money.
THE INTERNET OF THINGS 2015:
Examining How The IoT Will Affect The World
Research Completed By:
John Greenough | Senior Analyst
Jonathan Camhi | Research Analyst
1. Executive summary
2. The ecosystem
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION and VIRGINIA RAIL,
HOSANNA TO OUR LORD GOD ON HIGH
EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH AND SCHOOL,
The 2016 Appeals Court problem focuses on the application of the Americans
Supreme Court of the United States
ST. NICHOLAS CATHEDRAL
OF RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH IN NORTH AMERICA.
344 U.S. 94 (1952)
The Supreme Court of the United States was asked to decide whether the right to use and
occupy a cathedral
Group Member Names: Hailey Milham, Neely Matt, and Rachel Dolleman
Interest Group Activity
Questions to be answered (type your answers on the document)
1. Who decides what is offered in the school cafeteria? Are there rules about what is
served in the
1. Who makes the laws in the US?
-the legislative branch
2. What does bicameral mean?
-it has two houses
3. How many members does the Senate have? The house?
-Senate: 100 House: 435
4. T or F: Most state legislatures are set up and operate like congress.
Complete in order to earn your bonus points
Review Questions- Political Parties
Directions: Identify the ideology that best fits the following statements (liberal, conservative or
1. limit the governments size and influence Conservative
Electoral College/The Electorate Project- Worth 2 quiz grades
DUE DATE NOV 11 (fRIDAY)
Directions: Each part of the project counts 20 points.
1. The first part of the project involves comparing the predicted electoral college vote for each State
A: Principles of American Democracy
1. What is the supreme law of the land?
2. What does the Constitution do?
sets up the government
defines the government
protects basic rights of Americans
3. The idea of self-government is in the first
NAME _Hailey Milham_ DATE _11/10/16_ CLASS _1st_
Guided Reading Activity
Public Opinion and Interest Groups
Lesson 2 Measuring Public Opinion
Directions: Locate each heading below in your text. Then use the information under
Public Opinion and Polls Study Guide
Small sample- not asking a lot of people
Narrow sample-only asking one kind of person
Uneducated sample-asking people who dont know about the topic
Faction- a group of people
Family and home influence, schools and peer groups, personal experience,
the mass media, government leaders, religious organizations, and interest
Answer these questions:
1. Which of the above influences on politic
Public Opinion Polls
Name _Hailey Milham_Date_11/11/16_
Watch the video entitled The Pros and Cons of Public Opinion Polls.
http:/ed.ted.com/lessons/pros-and-cons-of-public-opinion-polls-jason-robertjaffe#watch Then answer the following questions.
August 23, 2016 - August 29, 2016
Unit 1 Notes
Basics of Economics
o Economics science that studies how individuals, societies, corporations, governments
(basically everybody) try to satisfy unlimited wants and needs with limited resources
Unit 3 Notes
Economies Based on Tradition
o all economic activity is based on tradition ritual, habit, or custom
o individuals are generally not free to make decisions based on what they want but instead have
everything defined by their
September 6, 2016
Unit 2 Notes
Demand: Desire, ability to buy
Businesses take demand into account before making economic decisions
Demand schedule: shows quantity a person or market economy will demand over
Unit 3 Notes
Economies Based on Tradition
o characteristics of a traditional economy
o examples of traditional economies
o advantages of a traditional economy
o disadvantages of a traditional economy
Economies Based on Command
OCTOBER 4, 2016
ECON UNIT 4 NOTES
7 GOALS OF FREE ENTERPRISE
1. Economic Freedom: allows each member of society to make choices. This freedom also
allows individuals to benefit or suffer from those choices.
2. Economic Efficiency: since resources