CAT 120: Introduction to Catechetics
Final Exam Study Guide
Fall 2011 Semester

Explain and discuss the following topics in light of the course readings and class lecture/discussion. Answers will be graded primarily on the depth and thoroughness of response – please develop your answers so that they reflect an understanding of the readings and class lecture/discussions. You will be given five questions, out of which four will need to be answered.

1. Using Christifideles Laici chapter 2, describe the important features of the mystery of Church communion.

2. What do we learn from CCC 234, 221 and 260 about the mystery of Church communion?

3. What does Christifideles Laici chapter 3 contribute to a proper understanding of the dignity of every human person and the relation of this truth to all human rights?

4. Chapter four of Christifideles Laici addresses the unique evangelistic contributions that various groups of the lay faithful make within the vineyard. Describe two of these groups and Blessed John Paul II’s insights into their unique work in the world.

5. Compare and contrast two of the definitions of “catechesis” which were examined in class. Be sure to state the exact wording of these definitions and provide an analysis of their emphases.

6. Msgr. Kelly describes four frameworks through which we understand modern catechetics. Be prepared to explain any of these frameworks.

7. The Guide for Catechists reflects specifically on four characteristics of the spirituality that is particular to catechists. Be prepared to discuss thoroughly any of these four characteristics. Why are these characteristics vital to the catechist’s spiritual life?

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The finalexam is worth 35% of your overall course grade.
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The exam is comprised of three parts: four definitions (4 x 5% = 20%), four short answer questions (4 x 10% = 40%) and one essay question (1 x 40% = 40%). You will have two hours to complete the exam so be sure to manage your time accordingly. The purpose of the exam is to demonstrate your knowledge and not just memorization of the course material from readings, lectures and tutorial discussions. Equally important are your skills in critical thinking and writing. Consider all of these when designing your answers.
Part I: Short Definitions (4 x 5% = 20%)
You will identify four...

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(1 pt each) Define the following:
Absorption
The act of absorbing or the state or process of being absorbed
Metabolism
The functioning of a specific substance, such as water, within the living body.
Set Point
The target value of a controlled variable that is maintained physiologically by bodily control mechanisms for homeostasis.
( 1 pt) Explain environmental wellness.
A great concern to the environment of our planet; for a good reason.
(1 pt) What was the government initiative, “Healthy People 2010”, designed to do?
Healthy People is a program of nationwide health-promotion and disease-prevention goals set by the United States Department of Health and Human Services.
(1 pt) The Choose My Plate food guide was developed using what basis of information?
2005: My Pyramid Food Guidance System
Introduced along with updating of Food Guide Pyramid food patterns for the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, including daily amounts of...

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1. (6 points) Daily demand for the ice creams at I-Scream parlor is normally distributed with a mean of 160 quarts and a standard deviation of 100 quarts. The owner has the ice cream supplied by a wholesaler who charges $2.20 per quart. The ice cream sells for $4 per quart. The wholesaler charges a $400 delivery charge independent of order size. It takes 4 days for an order to be supplied. The opportunity cost of capital to I-Scream is estimated to be 25% per year. Assume 360 days in the year.
(a) The optimal order size of each order is (in quarts):
D = 160 x 360 quarts per year, S = $400, h = 0.25 $ per year, C = $2.20, H = hC = 0.25 x 2.20 = $0.55 per quart per year
EOQ = sqrt ( ( 2 D S)/H) = sqrt ( (2 x 160 x 360 x 400)/0.55) = 9153
(b) The owner would like to ensure no stock-outs in 95% of the cycles (i.e., the service level is 95%). The safety stock the store should have is (in quarts):
SS = z σ sqrt(L) = 1.645 x 100 x sqrt(4) = 329
(c) Currently the owner orders 4000 quarts of ice cream when they have 1680 quarts on hand. Compute the total annual inventory cost including the cost of holding the safety stock.
Ordering cost = D/Q S = (160 x 360)/4000 x 400 = $5,760/year
Cycle inventory = Q/2 = 4000/2 = 2000;
safety stock = ROP – mean leadtime demand = 1680 – 160 x 4 = 1040
Total inventory =...

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Week One: Let’s Get Real and Personal
|Objective |What to Study |
|Recognize the power of financial planning & |Standing in Your Truth. |
|budgeting. | |
|Identify key short- and long-term financial |Financial Freedom. |
|planning goals. | |
|Evaluate your current financial status. |Cash Flow Statements and different financial plans. |
Week Two: Becoming Debt-Free
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This studyguide will prepare you for the Final Examination you will complete in the final week. It contains practice questions, which are related to each week’s objectives. In addition, refer to each week’s readings and your student guide as study references for the Final Examination.
Week One: Descriptive Statistics and Probability Distributions
Objective: Compute descriptive statistics for given data sets.
1. In 1995, the cost of unleaded gasoline was $0.95 per gallon. In 2010, the same type of gasoline costs $3.00 per gallon. To determine the amount of change, we have to use the
a. moving average technique
b. geometric mean of 2 years
c. geometric mean rate of increase
d. weighted mean of the 2 years
Objective: Apply probability concepts related to discrete and continuous probability distributions.
2. Which of the following is a major difference between the binomial and the hypergeometric distributions?
a. The sum of the outcomes can be greater than 1 for the hypergeometric.
b. The probability of a success changes from trial to trial in the hypergeometric distribution.
c. The number of trials changes in the hypergeometric distribution.
d. The outcomes cannot be whole numbers in the hypergeometric distribution.
3. In which of the following...

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Class, the FinalExam consists of the following:
• 42 Questions worth 250 points, which breaks down as follows:
o 34 Multiple-Choice questions @ 5 points each
o 8 Essay questions @ 10 points each
• There are four pages in the exam.
• Covers all of the reading assignments for the course:
o Chapters 1-5, 7, and 16 from the textbook
o International Association of Facilitators Basic Facilitation Primer
o The articles from the DeVry University Library: Managing Virtual Teams by LaBrosse; Successfully Transitioning to a Virtual Organization by Lockwood; and Technology Support for Enhanced Productivity in International Virtual Teams by Seilheimer, Ishman, & Seilheimer
• Covers TCOs 1-8
Multiple-Choice Questions
Pages 1 and 2 consist of multiple-choice questions that are similar to the Quizzes. These are questions that are taken from all of the reading assignments and the weekly lectures. The best way to study for these questions is to review the reading, lectures, and quizzes. The multiple-choice questions will address the following topics:
1. Roles and responsibilities of a business systems analyst
a. ensure that the needs and wants of the client are represented correctly so that a solution can be developed and implemented by capturing and documenting the requirements needed to (design and)...