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 crowded. I started the experiment
by using the elevator from
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
with them?
2)
Is the thesis well-constructed and thoug
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 responsibility
and authority for the group or organizat
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 system, but as a new manager,
setting goals and assess
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 more
openness, diversity of viewpoints, and interaction
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 to succeed with implementation of a significant innova
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. You may have a highly
developed ethical sense.
2. The c
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 excel in pressure filled circumstances.
3. Action and pers
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 situation
and improve it by making it more efficient a
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 place
between two interdependent individuals.
a.
Mass commu
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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
Mathematical System
A mathematical system consists
of
Undefi
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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 conclusion q from
a sequence of propositions p1, p2, ,
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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 members are distinct).
Bag is an extension of set whereby th
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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 Set?
Listing:
A set is finite and not too large
Exampl
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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 of the
form
If p then q
In symbols: p q
connectives
Mo
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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
Complement laws:
AAc
=U
AAc
=
Properties Of Set Opera
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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 what they are
supposed to do
Propositions
Logic
There
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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?
Mathematics is a tool for modeling
real world phenome
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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 called a
string.
(pg343)
Strings
Let X be a nonempty s
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 takes place
between two interdependent individuals.
a.Mas