1. On December 31 of the current year, Hewett Company reported an ending inventory
balance of $213,000. The following additional information is also available:
Hewett sold goods costing $37,600 to Trump Enterprises on December 28 and shipped
the goods on
Platos Theory of Art: Aint
Nothin Like the Real Thing
Plato has competing views of art within his
theory
On the one hand, art (such as a painting
of a horse) is a mere shadow of the horse
itself
The horse itself is a mere shadow of the
form of horse
So, t
Polis and Politics
The word politics (and also policy)
comes from the ancient Greek word polis
(say PO-liss), which means city
Greece was divided into city-states, which
included the government of a city such as
Athens, Sparta and Thebes as well as the
ci
Platos Physics
Although Plato has a sophisticated
metaphysics and epistemology, like
Socrates he is more interested in ethics
and political philosophy than in physics
unlike the pre-Socratics
This is partially because for Plato, the
realm of the forms is
Introducing
Socrates (470-399 BC)
say Sock-rah-teez
Socrates: Philosophy is a
conversation among friends
Socrates was highly literate, but did not leave
behind any written works
Believed in doing philosophy via conversations
with others, not writing abo
Introducing
Socrates (470-399 BC)
say Sock-rah-teez
Socrates: Philosophy is a
conversation among friends
Socrates was highly literate, but did not leave
behind any written works
Believed in doing philosophy via conversations
with others, not writing abo
Plato & Socrates
Deeply influenced by Socrates life and
death, but much younger than Socrates
After Socrates death, Plato begins by
writing dialogues to preserve Socrates
legacy
Later dialogues more closely represent
Platos own beliefs, although Socrat
COSC 2436
Introduction to Algorithms
and Data Structures
Chapter 6
Instructor: Shawn Meng
North Lake College
Heapsort
Combines the better attributes of merge sort and
insertion sort.
Fast running time: Like merge sort, but unlike insertion
sort, running
COSC 2436
Introduction to Algorithms
and Data Structures
Chapter 5
Instructor: Shawn Meng
North Lake College
Probabilistic Analysis and
Probabilistic Analysis and
Randomized Algorithms
Randomized Algorithms
The Hiring Problem
You are using an employment
COSC 2436
Introduction to Algorithms
and Data Structures
Chapter 4
Instructor: Shawn Meng
North Lake College
Recurrences II
Recurrences
Recurrence Relations
Equation or an inequality that characterizes a
function by its values on smaller inputs.
Soluti
Where did philosophy begin?
Eastern philosophy goes back as far as India in 1500 BC
Eastern philosophy and religion go together
Our evidence for early Eastern philosophy is the sacred
Hindu text, The Rig Veda
In it, you can see people wondering about
Elias Karam Test 4B
#8
1.
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3.
4.
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6.
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1. ~H
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~F 1,3 Modus Tollens
H->~G 1,2 Modus Ponens
~H 2,3 Modus Tollens
#12
G->H * I J
G
.:. H v J
1. H 1,2 Modus Ponens
2
Elias Karam 3B Test Logic
1.
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FT
F
F
P>Q
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F
T
T
Conclusion
P.Q
T
F
F
F
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F
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F
F
T
T
T
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F
T
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F
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M v (M. ~N)
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2.
1. A necessary condition for being a
University of Texas AP score req. for credit
Examination
Score
5
UT Austin Courses
ARH 302, 303
AP Exam in Art History
4
ARH 302
AP Exam in Biology
5
BIO 311C, 311D
AP Exam in Chemistry
4-5
CH 301, 302, 204
AP Exam in Chinese Language
and Culture
5
CHI 50
COSC1437
Chapter 5 Lab Assignment
Page 1 of 2
Name _
COSC1437
Lab - Chapter 5
Objective:
Review looping structures and practice using text files in Java.
At the end of this lab you should know how to:
1.
read from a text file
2.
write to a text file
3.
us
Elias Karam
1. Intro paragraph (in your actual paper, this will be 150-200 words)
a. To compare and contrast the views of Socrates which believe the government to
paternal, Hobbes who believes in the constant state of war in nature and
governments effecti
1
NORTH LAKE COLLEGE
5001 N. MacArthur Blvd.
Irving, Texas 75038-3899
DALLAS COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
COURSE SYLLABUS
COSC 2436 7426
Programming Fundamentals III
This course syllabus is intended as a set of guidelines for (Course). Both North Lak
Elias Karam
12/5/2012
Mill, Marx, and Rawls
The economic scheme for freedom and justice is a direct result of the political state of the
world. Economists first principle and the definition of economics is the study of how humans
make decisions in the fac
Math2320-Mansour- Homework 1 due 10/18/2012
x
1. Solve 1 + 2 y e + (
ex
y
1)
dy
= 0 is it exact?
dx
2.
Solve the Bernoulli equation of
3.
Solve
dy
y
=
dx 1 + x 2
dy
+ 5y = y2
dx
Math2320-Final review
Solve the following next 3DFs (separable method)
1.
dy
dx
2.
dy
dx
3.
dy
dx
= y (1+sinx)
=
1 x2
y2
= x 3 (1-y) Y(0) =2
Solve the following next 2DFs (Linear equation method)
4.
dy
dx
5.
dr
+ r tan = sec
d
6.
- y -e x = 0
Show y = e
Math2320-Exam1 review-extra credit
Solve the following next 3DFs (separable method)
1.
dy
dx
2.
dy
dx
3.
dy
dx
= y (1+sinx)
=
1 x2
y2
= x 3 (1-y) Y(0) =2
Solve the following next 2DFs (Linear equation method)
4.
dy
dx
5.
dr
+ r tan = sec
d
6.
Show y = e
HW2-math2320
1.
Solve x
+3y +2
2.
(
+1)
+ xy - x=0
3.
(
+1)
4.
A rock(example 2 of 2.3) contains two radioactive isotopes, R1 and R2, that
belong to the same radioactive series; that is R1 decay into R2, which then
decay stable atoms. Assume that the rate
HW5-Math2320-Mansour
Use the equation
1.
my + by + ky = Fext (t )
Verify that b=0 and
Fext (t )
Y(t) = cos wt, where w=
2.
(1) to do problems 1,2
has a solution of the form
k
m
Verify that y= sin (3t+2)+2cos(3t)is the solution to the intial
value problem
HW5-Math2320-Mansour
Use the equation
1.
my + by + ky = Fext (t )
Verify that b=0 and
Fext (t )
Y(t) = cos wt, where w=
2.
(1) to do problems 1,2
has a solution of the form
k
m
Verify that y= sin (3t+2)+2cos(3t)is the solution to the intial
value problem
BIOL 2416 Genetics Course Schedule Spring 2013
Week
of
Jan. 21
Text Chapter and Lecture Topic
No Classes on Monday, January 21, 2013 (MLK Day)
Ch. 1:Introduction to Genetics
Ch. 2: Chromosomes and Cellular Reproduction
Lab Topic
Lab Safety; Mendels Laws
B
Elias Karam
1. Intro paragraph (in your actual paper, this will be 150-200 words)
a. To compare and contrast the views of Socrates which believe the government to
paternal, Hobbes who believes in the constant state of war in nature and
governments effecti
GOVT2301.4433/9052 October 08 -December 13 2012
Recommended
Due Date
October 13
October 20
October 25
October 31
November 05
November 07
November 11
November 20
November 25
November 29
December 03
December 09
Chapter
1 and 19
2 and 20
3
6
11
8
9 & 10
22 &
8. V v W
~V
:. W v X
1. W 1,2 Disjunctive syllogism.
2. W v X Addition
351 actually 387 in 13th
7. T -> U
V v ~U
~V & ~W
.:. ~T
1. ~V simplification
2. ~U 2,3 Disjunctive syllogism
3.~T 1,2 Modus Tollens
9.
(A v B) -> ~C
CvD
A
.:. D
1) (A v B), A premises
When she said,
Establishing Shot
Don't waste your words, they're just lies
Over the Shoulder Shot
I cried she was deaf
Over the Shoulder Shot
And she worked on my face until breaking my eyes
(Ideas?)
Then said,
Medium Shot
What else you got left
Close up
Elias Karam
Harold Hodes
Knowledge and Reality
9/21/11
Alvin Goldmans Causal Theory
Alvin Goldmans Causal Theory approach to the analysis of knowledge is stated
as such: For any subject S and any proposition P, S knows P if and only if the fact P is
causa