Spatial Behaviour Assignment Nor Ariesya Binti Izad Emil
The mall that I decided to carry this exercises out was at Eon Mall on a Saturday and
it was also a school holiday, therefore it was very crowd
AMERICAN HISTORY X (RUBRIC)
Instructions:
Grade from 1 - 5. 1 being not satisfied and 5 being extremely satisfied.
ASSESSMENT
MARKS
1) Are the presenters voices loud and clear enough for you to engage
Chapter 10: Designing Organization Structure
1. Position-based leadership beliefs. This is the belief that the most competent and
loyal people are placed in positions of leadership, where they assume
Chapter 7: Planning and Goal Setting
1. Goal setting can be learned.
2. Most organizations have goal-setting and review systems that managers use. Not
everyone thrives under a disciplined goal-setting
Chapter 9: Managerial Decision Making
1. New managers often start out with a more directive, decisive, command-oriented
behavior to establish their standing and decisiveness and gradually move toward
Chapter 11: Managing Changes and Innovation
1. Grit: Perseverance and passion in pursuit of long-term goals.
2. Grit is a key trait for change agents who must persevere through resistance and
setbacks
Chapter 5: Managing Ethics and Social Responsibility
1. The postconventional level of development means that you consider principles and
values, take personal responsibility, and do not blame others.
Chapter 6: Managing Start Ups and New Ventures.
1. Creativity and Ingenuity
The ability to produce novel solutions under constrained conditions.
2. Working under pressure and stress
The ability to exc
Chapter 8: Strategy Formulation and Execution
1. New managers bring value to strategic management as formulators, implementers, or
both. New managers with implementer strengths tend to work within the
Chapter 1
1.
2.
3.
4.
Using jargon or complex terms can contribute to (
a.
Psychological
b.
Physical
c.
Semantic
d.
Physiological
) noise.
(
) is the verbal and nonverbal communication that takes plac
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What are the two important questions
that arise in the study of mathematics ?
Math208
DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
1. When is a
mathematical
argument
correct?
LECTURE 5:
MATHEMATICAL SYSTEM
Mathema
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DEDUCTIVE REASONING
In constructing a proof, we must make sure
that the arguments used are valid.
Math208
DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
LECTURE 6:
DEDUCTION AND INDUCTION
The process of reaching a
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Extension Of Sets
Math208
DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
LECTURE 9:
SEQUENCES & STRINGS
Bag
A bag or multiset is a collection of object
whose members need not be distinct
(unlike a set, whose member
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Definition
Set = a collection of distinct unordered objects
Symbol for set in uppercase letter (A, B, C etc)
Math208
DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
LECTURE 7:
SETS
Definition
How To Determine A Se
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Recall
If p and q are propositions, new compound
propositions can be formed by using
Math2008
DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
LECTURE 3:
LOGIC
Conditional Propositions
A conditional proposition is o
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Properties Of Set Operations
Math208
DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
LECTURE 8:
SETS
Properties Of Set Operations
Distributive laws:
A(BC) = (AB)(AC)
A(BC) = (AB)(AC)
Identity laws:
AU
=A
A
=A
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Logic
Logic = the study of correct reasoning
Use of logic
Math208
DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
LECTURE 2:
LOGIC
In mathematics:
to prove theorems
In computer science:
to prove that programs do
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Why Do We Need To
Study Mathematics?
Math 208
Discrete
MATHEMATICS
LECTURE 1:
INTRODUCTION
To pass the exam
To get a degree
?
?
1
2
Why Do We Need To
Study Mathematics?
What Is Mathematics?
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Strings
Math208
DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
LECTURE 10:
SEQUENCES & STRINGS
So far we have considered three types of
mathematical structures:
Set
Bag
Sequence
The forth type of structure is c
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Chapter 1
Using jargon or complex terms can contribute to (
) noise.
a.Psychological
b.Physical
c.Semantic
d.Physiological
(
) is the verbal and nonverbal communication that ta