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These notes are for lesson 6 in a First-Year Second Semester level of Korean (but anyone can use themO...also I can upload personal notes that I have taken from the past two years if there is anything confusing...maybe that can clear things up.
These are the first Week's Lecture notes for Intro to Computer Science!
Anything colored means she was typing in Python and those colors appeared.
Everything Italicized are things written in Python or in the Wing Shell.
Outline of Chapter 3
Tips on how to use notes to help you deliver your speech more effectively.
Notes from the power points discussed in class. Power points over chapters 1 and 2. Supplementary material, not just the power points from class.
Hey Everyone These were the Notes from the first DISCUSSION section of class.
Outline of Chapter 1
Happy Week 5! Some more notes in case anyone was sick or confused (I was both this week so I understand) :)
Tips and tricks on preparing a speech for public delivery, with emphasis on audience analysis.
Hey guys! Here's some notes as a follow-up from the movie and other lecture discussions. Happy studying!
Outline of Chapter 2
This is a brief outline of a major writing assignment done in my second semester of Freshman year.
Lecture 2/10/15 Osmosis Isotonic: Net movement is zero Hypotonic: Net movement into the cell Hypertonic: Net movement out of the cell Other issues with water - Water can cross the membrane but it is
Lecture notes and chapter outlines for weeks 1-10. This includes chapters 1-8.
These are the notes from lecture for January 27th. The words that are italicized and sometimes in color mean that they are what the professor wrote into Python and Wing.
Notes from lectures! I put some extra notes in on the side from the teacher to break down his steps and whatnot. Any questions, please ask!
This pdf is a highly detailed account of the first week of Typography 1. Enjoy!
Notes from Nutrition and Health from Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015, to Monday, Jan. 26, 2015. I will upload more notes next Monday, which will include this Wednesday's notes as well.
These are the 8 basic elements of a garden, essential for studying, and they were only mentioned in class. They cannot be found on ICON.
Hi again! Here's some more notes in addition to the power points; I found that these helped me understand the lectures a lot better by putting things in my own words. Happy studying!