MGT 752 Reading Quiz #2
Seeing Whats Next, chapters 5-8
Due Monday, July 6
Name: Brittany Brown
1. What are the two specific universities or colleges mentioned by the authors as examples of
disruptive growth targeting non-consumers?
University of Phoenix
MEM 701 Reading Quiz #7
Name:_
Information, Technology, and Innovation, ch. 25-36
Due Monday, August 3
1. One important application of location services is 911 calls from mobile phones. According to
the author, what percent of emergency calls are made fro
MEM 701 Reading Quiz #5
Name:_
Information, Technology, and Innovation, ch. 1-12
Due Monday, July 20
1. What are the four broad themes [that] inform this book? (chapter 1)
2. What are four areas that are particular stress points when Millennials come to w
MEM 701 Reading Quiz #6
Name:_
Information, Technology, and Innovation, ch. 13-24
Due Monday, July 27
1. The authors break the labor force into three broad categories. The first is routine producers.
What are the other two? (chapter 13)
2. What does the a
MEM 701 Reading Quiz #4
Thriving in Change
Due Monday, July 13
Name:_
1. What are two of the four ways to deal with stress?
2. What are two of the five components of leadership?
3. If you have a change happen in your position or in your company, what are
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Professor Tougaw
July 6, 2015
Emerging Technology Case Study
Emerging technologies in the healthcare field often draws a lot of skepticism. The Heath
Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was designed to p
MGT 752 Reading Quiz #1
Seeing Whats Next, chapters 1-4
Due Monday, June 29
Name: Brittany Brown
1. What are the three consumer groups that form the core of the signals of change that an
innovator must continually monitor?
Nonconsumers, undershot consumer
MEM 701 Reading Quiz #3
Seeing Whats Next, pages 207-273
Due Thursday, July 9
Name: Brittany Brown
1. What do the authors call a cycle in which wave after wave of disruption leads to continued
innovation?
Wheel of disruption
2. What are the six factors th
Final for Mathematics 223 Introductory Analysis I - Fall 1999 Material Covered: Chapters 16 of Workbook and text 15th December This is a 2 hour final, worth 22% and marked out of 22 points. The total possible points awarded for each question is given in s
Final for Mathematics 223
Introductory Analysis I - Fall 2000
Material Covered: Chapters 14, B.1, C.1, C.2 of Workbook and text
For: 11th December
This is a 2 hour nal, worth 25% and marked out of 25 points. The total possible
points awarded for each ques
Final for Mathematics 223
Introductory Analysis I - Spring 1999
Material Covered: Chapters 16 of Workbook and text
5:157:15pm, Wednesday, 5th May
This is a 2 hour nal, worth 27% and marked out of 27 points. The total possible
points awarded for each quest
Final for Mathematics 223
Introductory Analysis I - Fall 2001
Material Covered: Chapters 14, B.1, C.1, C.2 of workbook and text
For: 10th December
This is a 2 hour nal, worth 25% and marked out of 25 points. The total possible
points awarded for each ques
Final for Mathematics 223
Introductory Analysis I - Spring 2000
Material Covered: Chapters 16 of Workbook and text
For: 3rd May
This is a 2 hour nal, worth 28% and marked out of 28 points. The total possible
points awarded for each question is given in sq
Final for Mathematics 223
Introductory Analysis I - Spring 1998
Material Covered: Chapters 16 of Workbook and text
This is a 2 hour nal, worth 27% and marked out of 27 points. The total possible
points awarded for each question is given in square brackets
MA 167 GUIDELINES FOR WRITTEN HOMEWORK 1. COMMUNICATE Written homework is a form of communication. It is not enough to submit an answer; you must communicate to the reader how you got it. The reader has only your marks on the paper to go by; therefore you
MA 167 Pointers for Working in Groups Get to know one another. You will be spending a good deal of time working together, and need to learn to appreciate each other's strengths and weaknesses. Create a relaxed, but efficient working environment. Let every
MA 167 Review for Test 1 I. Functions Be able to find the domain and range of a function. Be able to derive a function. Identify functions: Constant Linear Power Polynomial Rational Algebraic Trigonometric Exponential Logarithmic Be able to calculate comp
MA 167 Group Work - 9
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Assignment due Friday, 11/13/09 Optimization 1. Cylindrical cans with circular tops and bottoms are to be manufactured to contain a given volume. There is no waste involved in cutting the tin that goes in
MA 167 Group Work - 8
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Assignment due Friday 11/6/09 Derivatives 1. Let f (t ) = 4 sin(t ) . Calculate each derivative and put it into standard sinusoidal form. You will need to use the identity cos( ) = sin( + ) 2 a. f (t ) =
MA 167 Group Work - 7
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Assignment due Friday 10/23/09 Derivatives 1. The length of some fish are modeled by a von Bertalanffy growth function. For Pacific halibut, this function has the form L(t ) = 200(1 0.956e 0.18t ) Where L
MA 167 Group Work - 4
_ _ _ _ Assignment due Wednesday 9/23/09 Designing a roller coaster
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You have been hired by Two Flags Over Westville to help with the design of their new roller coaster. Your portion of the path for the new roller
MA 167 Group Work - 3
_ _ _ _ Assignment due Friday 9/18/09 Average Rates of Change 1. In this problem we will use the function t2 V (t ) = 2 t +1 The graph of this function is pictured. a) Find the equation of the tangent line to the graph of V(t) at P =
MA 167 Group Work -2
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Assignment due Friday 9/11/09 1. Find equations for circles C1 and C 2 .
2. Given any point Q on a circle, a tangent line to the circle through Q is perpendicular to a radial line connecting the circle cen
MA 167 Group Work -1
_ _ _ _ Assignment due Friday 9/4/09
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The following problems involve linear functions 1. What linear function has f (0) = 3 and f ( 2) = 11 ?
2. Find the linear function with f (1) = 4 and slope 6.
3. Find the line