Study Guide for GBU 201 Exam 1
1. Definition of International Business: is any commercial transaction that crosses the borders
of two or more nations.
2. GATT (General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade): Treaty designed to promote free trade by
1. Nice Aqua Inc. has provided the following information for the year 2013:
$400 per unit
$35 per unit
$25 per unit
Variable manufacturing overhead
$45 per unit
Fixed manufacturing overhea
Chapter 8: Climate and Climate Change
I. Climatic Classification
A. Temperature and precipitation are generally chosen as the most significant and
understandable features of climate when narrowing down climatic characteristics to
1. Climate is a
Chapter 16: Fluvial Processes
The Impact of Fluvial Processes on the Landscape
Streams and Stream Systems
Streamflow and Overland Flow
Valleys and Interfluves
Fluvial Erosion and Deposition
Erosion by Overland Flow
Chapter 6: Atmospheric Moisture
The Impact of Atmospheric Moisture on the Landscape
The Hydrologic Cycle
The Nature of Water: Commonplace but Unique
The Water Molecule
Important Properties of Water
(seasons, rotation, etc)
Electromagnetic Radiation Radiation consisting of electromagnetic waves, including radio waves,
infrared, visible light, ultraviolet light, X-rays and gamma rays
Temperature The average kinetic energy of the molecules in a substance
Heat Energy that trans
Chapter 11: Terrestrial Flora and Fauna
This chapter examines such questions as What is the range of certain species or group of
plants/animals? What are the reasons behind this distribution pattern? and What is the
significance of the distribution?
Chapter 3: Introduction to the Atmosphere
Without an atmosphere, life as we know it on Earth would not be possible. Atmosphere is a vast
but very shallow ocean of air with Earth at bottom (more than 98 percent of it lies within 26
kilometers [16 miles] of
Chapter 7: Atmospheric Disturbances
I. The Impact of Storms on the Landscape
A. Storms are phenomena that are more limited than the broad-scale wind and pressure
1. They are transient and temporary.
B. Storms involve the flow of air masses as wel
1. Number of lectures attended in your statistics course and grade on the final exam for the course:
a. Grade on the final exam is the response variable.
b. Number of lectures attended is the explanatory variable.
2. Number of hours per week sp
Chapter 11 AssignmentPlease answer the following questions using the following
Ryanair Case on Page 277 of our text
Delta Strategy Bornhorst Presentation, PowerPoint presentation on Blackboard
under Course Documents
October 15 WS
FDI in France
One of the first things that stood out to me when I was reading about foreign
direct investment in France was that 20,000 foreign-owned companies are doing
business in France. France is a FDI destination with 698 major
September 10, 2015
Developing a Personal Budget
Purpose: To compare projected and actual spending for a one- (or three-) month period.
Instructions: Estimate projected spending based on your daily spending diaries, and maintain
Fin 201: Project 2
Stock Investment Research Project
This project helped me understand that investing in stocks is not all black and
white, there is a grey area of what I think is risk. I learnt that when investing in stocks its
November 19, 2015
The first financial planning professional I decided to take the role of was a banker. I
decided to pick a banker because banks are the business that you go to when dealing with your
money, which they seem to have
1. Which of the earths structural layers is the thinnest?
2. Continental crust
-is less dense than oceanic crust.
3. A rock transformed by heat and/or pressure is referred to as a(n)
4. Which of the following is a
CHAPTER 9 NOTES
I. The Hydrologic Cycle
A. Water is distributed very unevenly around Earth.
B. Less than 1 percent of Earths total moisture is involved in the hydrologic cycle.
C. Hydrologic cyclea series of storage areas interconnected by various transfe