C HAPTER 2 9 S ECURED T RANSACTIONS
A NSWERS TO Q UESTIONS AT THE E NDS OF THE C ASES
CASE 29.1QUESTIONS (PAGE 594)
1A. Under what circumstances might a financing statement not be considered effective even if it does not identify the debtor correctly? The
CHAPTER 25 TRANSFERABILITY AND HOLDER IN DUE COURSE
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS AT THE ENDS OF THE CASES
CASE 25.1QUESTIONS (PAGE 511)
1A. Other than negotiation, what is the significance of the UCC provision at issue in this case? This section also determines w
C HAPTER 2 C OURTS AND A LTERNATIVE D ISPUTE R ESOLUTION
ANSWER TO CRITICAL ANALYSIS Q UESTION IN THE FEATURE
I NSIGHT INTO E T H I C S C RITICAL T H I N K I N G I NSIGHT INTO THE SOCIAL E NVIRONMENT (PAGE 3 9) If wealthier individuals increasingly use pr
Appendix B for Unit Two Questions on the Features
CHAPTER 6CONTEMPORARY LEGAL DEBATES: TORT REFORM A1. VernwantstofileasuitonbehalfofalldiabetespatientsagainstWonder PharmaceuticalCorporation.UndertheClassActionFairnessActof2005, Vern a. b. c. d. canshopa
C HAPTER 1 6 THIRD PARTY R IGHTS
ANSWER TO Q UESTIONS AT THE E NDS OF THE C ASES
CASE 16.1(PAGE 324) W HAT IF THE FACTS W ERE DIFFERENT?
Suppose that Graham had not benefited from the Centers assumption of the duties associated with her choreography. Woul
File: mod08, Chapter 8: Organization Structure and Design
Multiple Choice
1. Which management function entails the process of arranging people and resources to
work toward a common goal?
a) Controlling
b) Leading
c) Planning
d) Organizing
Ans: d
2. An org
C HAPTER 3 4 E MPLOYMENT D ISCRIMINATION
ANSWERS TO CRITICAL ANALYSIS Q UESTIONS IN THE FEATURE
E MERGING T RENDSF OR C RITICAL A NALYSIS Q UESTION 1 (PAGE 707) Suppose that an employee writes a message to like-minded persons concerning religious beliefs
CHAPTER 35 SOLE PROPRIETORSHIPS AND FRANCHISES
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS AT THE ENDS OF THE CASES
CASE 35.1(PAGE 726) WHAT IF THE FACTS WERE DIFFERENT?
If Mundelein had identified itself as a residence when ordering the satellite system, how might the result i
Part IB Complex Methods
Based on lectures by R. E. Hunt
Notes taken by Dexter Chua
Lent 2016
Analytic functions
Definition of an analytic function. Cauchy-Riemann equations. Analytic functions as
conformal mappings; examples. Application to the solutions
CHAPTER 36 PARTNERSHIPS AND LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIPS
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS AT THE ENDS OF THE CASES
CASE 36.1(PAGE 745) WHAT IF THE FACTS WERE DIFFERENT?
Suppose that Morens predominant motive in bringing her son to the restaurant had been to benefit
C HAPTER 3 3 E MPLOYMENT
AND
LABOR LAW
ANSWERS TO CRITICAL ANALYSIS Q UESTIONS IN THE FEATURE
E MERGING TRENDSF OR C RITICAL A NALYSIS (PAGE 679) 1A. W hy might telecommuting employees sometimes accept being wrongly classified as an executive or a profess
C HAPTER 3 2 LIABILITY TO THIRD P ARTIES AND T ERMINATION
A NSWERS TO Q UESTIONS AT THE E NDS OF THE C ASES
CASE 32.1(PAGE 657) THE ETHICAL D IMENSION
Does a principal have an ethical responsibility to inform an unaware third party that an apparent agent
C HAPTER 3 1 A GENCY F ORMATION
AND
D UTIES
ANSWER TO Q UESTIONS AT THE E NDS OF THE C ASES
CASE 31.1(PAGE 641) W HAT IF THE FACTS W ERE DIFFERENT?
Suppose that Alberty had been a full-time, hourly worker and that such status was common among television h
C HAPTER 3 0 B ANKRUPTCY LAW
A NSWERS TO Q UESTIONS AT THE E NDS OF THE C ASES
CASE 30.1QUESTIONS (PAGE 615) 1A. Is it fair for the court to treat retirement contributions differently depending on a persons age? If Hebbring had been much older, it seems m
C HAPTER 2 8 C REDITORS RIGHTS AND R EMEDIES
A NSWERS TO Q UESTIONS AT THE E NDS OF THE C ASES
CASE 28.1(PAGE 577) THE ETHICAL D IMENSION
Should some persons be exempt from garnishment orders? Explain. There are persons whom it would seem unethical or at
CHAPTER 27 CHECKS AND BANKING IN THE DIGITAL AGE
ANSWER TO CRITICAL ANALYSIS QUESTIONS IN THE FEATURE
EMERGING TRENDSFOR CRITICAL ANALYSIS QUESTION 1 (PAGE 565) Should only banks and regulated financial institutions be allowed to issue ATM cards? Why or w
CHAPTER 26 LIABILITY, DEFENSES, AND DISCHARGE
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS AT THE ENDS OF THE CASES
CASE 26.1(PAGE 533) THE E-COMMERCE DIMENSION
How might the principles in this case have been applied if there had never been a paper copy of the checkfor example,
C HAPTER 3 7 LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES AND S PECIAL B USINESS F ORMS
A NSWERS TO Q UESTIONS AT THE E NDS OF THE C ASES
CASE 37.1 (PAGE 761) THE ETHICAL D IMENSION
Did any of Magnolias members, managers, or agents act unethically? Explain. No, with the e
Chapter 20 The Formation of Sales and Lease Contracts
TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS A1. Article2oftheUCCgovernscontractsforsalesofgoods. ANSWER: T PAGE: NAT:AACSBAnalytic B1. 393 AICPALegal TYPE: =
UndertheUCC,asaleofgoodswillbeconsideredvalidonlyifthegoodsare pai
Chapter 31 Agency Formation and Duties
TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS A1. A fiduciary relationship allows the parties to avoid obligations without liability. ANSWER: F PAGE: NAT:AACSBAnalytic B1. 638 AICPALegal TYPE: N
Acorporateofficerisnotanagentforthecorporation
File: mod09, Chapter 9: Organizational Cultures, Innovation, and Change
Multiple Choice
1. A system of shared beliefs and values that guides organizational behavior is called
organizational _.
a) policy
b) rules
c) design
d) culture
Ans: d
Blooms: Knowled
Part IB Complex Analysis
Theorems
Based on lectures by I. Smith
Notes taken by Dexter Chua
Lent 2016
Analytic functions
Complex differentiation and the Cauchy-Riemann equations. Examples. Conformal
mappings. Informal discussion of branch points, examples
Part II Algebraic Topology
Theorems with proof
Based on lectures by H. Wilton
Notes taken by Dexter Chua
Michaelmas 2015
The fundamental group
Homotopy of continuous functions and homotopy equivalence between topological
spaces. The fundamental group of a
Part II Algebraic Topology
Theorems
Based on lectures by H. Wilton
Notes taken by Dexter Chua
Michaelmas 2015
The fundamental group
Homotopy of continuous functions and homotopy equivalence between topological
spaces. The fundamental group of a space, hom
Part IB Complex Analysis
Theorems with proof
Based on lectures by I. Smith
Notes taken by Dexter Chua
Lent 2016
Analytic functions
Complex differentiation and the Cauchy-Riemann equations. Examples. Conformal
mappings. Informal discussion of branch points
Part II Algebraic Topology
Based on lectures by H. Wilton
Notes taken by Dexter Chua
Michaelmas 2015
The fundamental group
Homotopy of continuous functions and homotopy equivalence between topological
spaces. The fundamental group of a space, homomorphism
Algebraic Topology, Examples 1
Michaelmas 2015
1. Let a : S n S n be the antipodal map, a(x) = x. Show that a is homotopic
to the identity map when n is odd. [Try n = 1 first.]
2. Let f : S 1 S 1 be a map which is not homotopic to the identity map. Show
t
Part II Algebraic Topology
Definitions
Based on lectures by H. Wilton
Notes taken by Dexter Chua
Michaelmas 2015
The fundamental group
Homotopy of continuous functions and homotopy equivalence between topological
spaces. The fundamental group of a space,
Complex Analysis IB: 2015-16 Sheet 1
1. Let T : C = R2 R2 = C be a real linear map. Show that T can be written T z = Az + B z
for unique A, B C. Show that T is complex differentiable if and only if B = 0.
2. (i) Let f : D C be a holomorphic function defin
Part IB Complex Analysis
Definitions
Based on lectures by I. Smith
Notes taken by Dexter Chua
Lent 2016
Analytic functions
Complex differentiation and the Cauchy-Riemann equations. Examples. Conformal
mappings. Informal discussion of branch points, exampl