Saturday, January 2, 2010

REVIEW QUESTIONS, PROBLEMS AND ESSAYS for MIDTERM

I am giving you a small proportion of my questions at different levels of complexity for you to practice. But, please, don't try the 630 of them! There is no need to do that. These are just for you to see that after doing maybe 20-30 of all of them you should be able to answer any of the others, given that the concepts are not so many. My idea is to showcase for you an assortment of types of questions that you can find. The differences lie not in the concepts but rather in the formats, phrasing and styles, some are theoretical other practical. So, have fun, practice a few and you will be ready. I will take time during class to go over some of the questions.

Click here for the document. Otherwise, copy paste the following link https://docs.google.com/fileview?id=0B6UE3zGJKJHIZjNkZTJiYjctYzc1MS00ZWUwLWI0OTctZTQ2NjRkM2U5OTBi&hl=en.

7 comments:

  1. Hi Dr. Ochatt
    for some reason the link seems no to be working

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  2. hi Dr. Ochatt
    for some reason none of the computers that I try will let me see the study guide please help

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  3. when i try to open this document it says
    "page (or document) you have requested is not available."
    I asked some of my friends and they say it says the same thing.
    just so you know it doesn't open
    -Ana Sophia mifsud

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    Aedes aegypti. They are the primary vector of yellow fever. In 1888 about 5000 South Florida individuals contracted the disease, and more than 400 died.

    Aedes albopictus.They are vectors of dengue viruses. The last epidemic of this was in 1934, and there are over 100 million cases worldwide each year. THere have been at least 20 reportings of the disease recently.

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  5. this is the stupidest study guide i have ever seen!

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    1. AnonymousMay 31, 2010 at 2:39 PM
      this is the stupidest study guide i have ever seen!

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      that is so god damn rude! BITCH!!!!!!!!!!

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  6. AnonymousMay 31, 2010 at 2:39 PM
    this is the stupidest study guide i have ever seen!

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    that is so god damn rude! BITCH!!!!!!!!!!

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