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ICM
ICM Exam
1) Test 1 : test 2

Created on September 24, 2016 by
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Anthony Guide
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Vietnamese Study Guide

1) Police : cảnh sát
2) Fox : con cáo
3) Swans : con thiên nga
4) Pan : cái chảo
5) Washing Machine : máy giặt

Created on September 23, 2016 by
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Amy Vo
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Computer Parts
Parts of the computer and their definitions
1) Keyboard : type it
2) monitor : see it
3) monitor : see it

Created on September 23, 2016 by
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Tina Bassett
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Properties of real number

1) Commutative property : ABC=CBA=ACB Addition A+B+C+D=B+C+A+D Multiplication AxBxC=AxCxD
2) Associative property : (AB)C=A(BC) Addition (A+B)+C=(C+B)+A Multiplication (AxB)C=A(BxC)
3) Inverse property : A+(-A)=0 A+(1/a)=1
4) Identity property : A+(0)=a Ax(1)=a
5) Closure : Integers are closed under addition, multiplication, subtraction

Created on September 23, 2016 by
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Anthony D''Amato
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Properties of Real Numbers

1) Counting Numbers (natural numbers) : 1,2,3 to infinity
2) Whole Numbers : Counting numbers and 0
3) Integers : Whole numbers and opposites (THEY CAN BE NEGATIVE)
4) Rational Numbers : Ratios of 2 integers (fractions and decimals) (all integers)
5) Irrational Numbers : CAN'T be written as a ratio of 2 integers

Created on September 23, 2016 by
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Becca Jones
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Real Number Flashcards

1) Which property: (2+3) + 6 = 2 + (3 +6) : Associative Property of Addition
2) What are Rational Numbers? : A rational number is any number that can written as a ratio of 2 intergers
3) What is closed under addition, multiplication, and subtraction? : Intergers are closed under everything EXCEPT division
4) What types of numbers are closed under addition and multiplication, but NOT subtraction or addition? : Counting numbers and whole numbers
5) What changes with the commutative property of multiplication? : The order of the numbers. example: A*B*C=C*B*A=A*C*B or A(BC)=(BC)A

Created on September 23, 2016 by
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Ashley McCoy
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s1

1) 1+2 : 3
2) 5+5 : 10

Created on September 23, 2016 by
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Ashwini Malode
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Chapters 2 & 3 Review Flashcard
Flashcards over Ch. 2 & 3
1) Which wealthy, ancient civilization built Tenochtitlan as their capital and was conquered by Hernando Cortes : The Aztecs
2) Which ancient civilization in South America built terraces in the mountains for farming and was conquered by Francisco Pizarro : The Incas
3) List the Ancient North American cultures... : Hopewell, Adena, Mississippians, Hohokams, & Ancient Puebloans (HAMHAP!)
4) What 2 things affected the early North American cultures development : Climate & Resources
5) Name the three world religions that developed IN ORDER : Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

Created on September 22, 2016 by
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Anamaria Vasquez
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REL124 Understanding the Bible Unit 2 Dates

1) 1000 BCE : David captured and took over Jerusalem
2) 10000 BCE : The glaciers retreated
3) 587 BCE : Babylon destroyed Jerusalem
4) 4004 BCE : The world was created
5) 3500 BCE : The wheel was invented

Created on September 22, 2016 by
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Alicia Breedlove
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ss pt 2 nd 3
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1) discuss the conflicts with nativesw in nw terriotory : they were forced to sell land, series of battles,fench revo begins 1789
2) describe how americans reacted to the French revolution : federalists- opposed republicans- supported at first most were supportive
3) main points of washingtons farwell address : -no info of political parties -two terms only of 4 yrs of presidency -no foreigns alliances
4) summaraize washingtons accomplishments as prez : -economy was improving -avoiced war nw terriotory was safe to settle
5) how did actions of britian and france affect the united states : britian was supporting natives attacks on American settlers. britian and france were seizing American ships to gain their support.

Created on September 22, 2016 by
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nicole tabrizi
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Writing 10 Quiz

1) Adulation : High praise or excessive admiration
2) Adversity : Misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
3) Amicable : Friendly, agreeable
4) Anachronistic : Out of date, not attributed to the correct historical period.
5) Anecdote : Short, usually funny account of an event

Created on September 22, 2016 by
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Jessica Ryu
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Guerra de la Independencia

1) ¿Cuándo empezó? : En 1808
2) ¿Qué la provocó? : La toma del trono por José Bonaparte
3) ¿Dónde ocurrió? : En España
4) ¿Qué rey permitió el paso por territorio español a Napoleón? : Carlos IV
5) ¿Qué hizo Napoleón con el rey CarlosIV? : Le obligó a dejar el trono

Created on September 22, 2016 by
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Carmen Mediavilla
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