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Hello everyone! I hope you're hanging in there for this last week. I know you will all do awesome!
This is the final study guide, it covers everything I have in my notes in a very general matter. I will admit, this is not the most detailed study guide, but hopefully it is a guide for what you need to brush up on before the final exam. Don't forget to review old tests and study guides, and especially old case studies such as the cystic fibrosis assignment and the recent diabetes assignment.
Congratulations on completing the semester wherever you are, and happy studying!
These notes cover the discovery of New Netherlands & elaborate on what it was like.
This study guide covers everything you need to know for exam 2!
This is a study guide for AMH2010 summer a semester final exam.
This study guide is incredibly detailed and includes information about concentric/eccentric contractions, consequences of muscle immobilization, myofascial discoveries and techniques, muscle fiber types and training, techniques for muscle hypertrophy, different theories about muscle hypertrophy, recovery periods based on training, DOMS, overtraining, thermoregulatory mechanisms, heat acclimation, heat illnesses, calculating percent body fat, body fat storage differences among males and females, protein quality, protein needs, carb concentration, needs of fluids during exercise, and rehydration. This study guide was put together based on information from the lecture slides and the book.
these notes should help on the exam
This is a study guide for Chapter 9: Accounting for Long-Lived and Intangible Assets, Chapter 10: Accounting for Liabilities, Chapter 11: Stockholders’ Equity, & Chapter 13: Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statements.
These notes are on the joint stock section of Module 2. These notes are shorter then any others simply because there was not a lot of information on this topic my Professor uploaded.
This study guide covers all the information in the last unit. Information in this study includes renal function, types of renal failure, the glomerulus & nephrons and how they work/look, how blood is filtered, diuretics, damage that can occur to the glomerulus, how water is reabsorbed, blood glucose control, hypoglycemia, Hers disease, gluconeogenesis, feedback control, type 1 and type 2 diabetes, diabetic drugs, reproductive endocrinology, the hormones levels throughout the female reproductive cycle, menopause, oral contraceptives, days 1-28 of the cycle, male reproductive system and cycle, and review at the very end.
these notes should help on the exam
These notes cover the Pilgrams & Puritans of Jamestown.
These notes cover the section about the New Colonies & the result of political turmoil.
Practice before midterm
These notes cover Chapter 10: Accounting for Liabilities.
This study guide has questions to help you review the information from week 7 to week 9 for the upcoming Exam on Monday!
The questions cover info found from lectures, reading, and homework from the past 3 weeks. If you have any questions, feel free to email me!
This covers how to simplify an expression and evaluate
These notes cover Chapter 13: Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statements.
These notes cover lecture and reading from Friday. Remember that this is the last week of school, and next week (week of May 17th) is our FINAL EXAM. It is cumulative, so study!!
Good luck all, and stay safe!
Happy Studying! :)
These are notes covering Chapter 11: Stockholders’ Equity.