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  • Passionate Declaration Howard Zinn Chapter 7 Summary

    Howard Zinn                Introduction       Howard Zinn born August 24, 1922, was a very inspirational man in his time. He was a  author, professor, historian and activist. His life work focused on issues of race, class and  war and touched the lives of countless people. Many of his books and other works can be  found today.      He joined the army air corps in his earlier years. He became a bombardier in B­17. It  wasn’t until later on that he questioned the necessity of actually dropping the bombs...

    Debut albums 631  Words | 4  Pages

  • ZINN chapter 11

    Devon Lima-Mitchell 11/8/10 English 201A West Passionate Declarations: “The Ultimate Power” Everywhere you go you see it, whether it is children on the playground fighting over who uses the swings next or the evening news blaring from the television about another suicide bombing, violence follows us wherever we go. Throughout history violence has been socially accepted. Our ancestors used it to determine weakness and now we are using it again for the same reasons. Today the United States must...

    Civil disobedience, Direct action, Jainism 1342  Words | 6  Pages

  • Howard Zinn Chapter 13

    Chapter 13 Zinn opens chapter with the recognition that “war and jingoism might postpone, but could not fully suppress, the class anger that came from the realities of ordinary life”.  Despite the brief interlude that momentarily quelled class conflict, the issues at home had never been resolved and resurfaced with a vengeance.  More and more writers were writing from a Socialist mindset:  Upton Sinclair published The Jungle in 1906, as a commentary on Chicago’s meatpacking industry. In writing...

    Capitalism, Federal government of the United States, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union 1427  Words | 4  Pages

  • Zinn, Howard Chapter 18 Questions and Answers

    ZINN, HOWARD CHAPTER 18 Questions and Answers 1) The Vietnamese complaints against the French both in the letters to President Truman and the 1945 Declaration of Independence, were based on the levying of unjust taxes, increasing the poverty of the rural populace, exploitation of mineral and forest resources, massive starvation, and imprisonment of those who would rebel or question their colonial power. In the long list of grievances against the French stated in the Vietnamese Declaration of...

    Cambodia, French Indochina, Ho Chi Minh 1126  Words | 3  Pages

  • Zinn Chapter summaries

    Zinn Chapter summaries CH 15 In chapter 15 it talks about the end of World War I temporarily brought prosperity to the United States. With its influence growing in the world, the mixture of big business and government was increasingly looking to expand American power overseas. There was still dissatisfaction at home with the pace of reforms. The AFL and the IWW staged a general strike in Seattle in 1919 that resulted in 100,000 workers walking off the job. This strike was put down by violence...

    Cold War, Communism, Federal government of the United States 1854  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Life and History of Howard Zinn

    Howard Zinn was born on December 7 19922 in Brooklyn New York. Zinn was raised in a working-class family in Brooklyn, and flew bombing missions for the United States in World War 2, which experience he uses to shape his opposition to war. Howard Zinn is one of the most respected historians, the author of various books and plays, and a passionate activist for radical change. A clear statement of his nature is his autobiography You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train. He is perhaps best known for A...

    Africa, Human, Humans 1033  Words | 3  Pages

  • Howard Zinn

    political or religious views, however, Howard Zinn take his political opinions to an extreme in his textbook. If Howard Zinn was to be placed in a room with conservative Republicans, nothing good would come from it. Howard Zinn has extremely liberal views, and these views could get a class of high school students stirring and arguing against each other easily based on their own political opinions. I find that in learning about the history of the United States, Howard Zinn’s textbook is too biased for...

    French Revolution, Left-wing politics, Lyndon B. Johnson 890  Words | 3  Pages

  • Zinn Chapters

    Chapter 1, "Columbus, the Indians, and Human Progress" covers early Native American civilization in North America and the Bahamas, the genocide and slavery committed by the crew of Christopher Columbus, and the violent colonization by early settlers. Topics include the Arawaks, Bartolomé de las Casas, the Aztecs, Hernando Cortes, Pizarro, Powhatan, the Pequot, the Narragansett, Metacom, King Philip's War, and the Iroquois. Chapter 2, "Drawing the Color Line" addresses early slavery of African...

    American Civil War, American Revolution, Democratic Party 697  Words | 3  Pages

  • Zinn Chapter 10 Summary

    Chapter 10 the other civil war Chapter 10 describes a behind the scenes war between the people of the United states that is not often mentioned or spoken about. The problems the nation had besides the actual Civil War. The Anti Rent movement and Dorr’s Rebellion An incident sparked huge controversy in the Hudson River Valley , near Albany New York. It was the Anti Rent movement where tenants in New York decided to revolt against their patroon leaders which were landlords performing feudalism...

    American Civil War, Democracy, Hudson River 1235  Words | 3  Pages

  • Howard Zinn Answer Guide

    Thorpe August 3, 2010 APUSH Mr. Sayers Zinn; Chapter 1: 1.) Howard Zinn’s main purpose for writing A People’s History of the United States is to give history in an un-biased manner. For example, he says that he will not glorify any movement and denounce any ‘bad guy’ in history; he will give information as it should be given. Fairly. 2.) His thesis for the first eleven pages is to describe past events as they happened. Regarding Columbus, Zinn wouldn’t glorify him as a hero, because he...

    Bartolomé de las Casas, Christopher Columbus, Indentured servant 1864  Words | 7  Pages

  • Reader Response to Passionate Declarations Chapter 1

    The Status Quo In Howard Zinn’s book, Passionate Declarations: Essays on War and Justice, Chapter 1 entitled, “Introduction: American Ideology,” begins with a discussion of a few instances in history where groups of people believed that other races and social classes were inferior to others (Zinn 1). The end result of these instances was that many, if not all, of the inferior people were killed (Zinn 1). From these occurrences, Zinn concludes that our thinking does not merely spark debates, but...

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  • Howard Zinn vs. George Wood

    What is Gordon S. Wood’s argument and what is Howard Zinn’s argument on the nature of the American War for Independence and what evidence do the two historians present to support their interpretations? Who do you think presents the better case? Howard Zinn Howard Zinn’s argument on the nature of the American War for Independence was the war for independence was not a social revolution. Instead, he argues the colonial elite used the war for their own personal gain in power and status. The wealthy...

    American Revolution, American Revolutionary War, Revolution 918  Words | 2  Pages

  • Summer Work Zinn

    Howard Zinn: A People’s History of the United States CHAPTER 1, pg. 1-22 Columbus, the Indians and human progress. Directions: read the above chapter and answer the following questions on this sheet. Major Question: Is Christopher Columbus a Hero? 1. According to Zinn, what is his main purpose for writing A People’s History of the United States?   2. According to Zinn, how is Columbus portrayed in traditional history books?     3. What is Zinn’s basic criticism of historian Samuel Eliot...

    Americas, Christopher Columbus, Indentured servant 698  Words | 7  Pages

  • Howard Zinn: Use and Abuse of History Summary

    Response to Howard Zinn article History is something we constantly refer to progress ourselves as humans, we learn from our mistakes and continue to strive from our successes. But who is to say what is a horrible mistake or a courageous act of valor? That which was documented about what happened so long ago, was done by a person who spread the story or wrote it down from their perspective. Howard Zinn’s argument that there is no...

    Adolf Hitler, Bias, Economy of Germany 2080  Words | 5  Pages

  • Howard Zinn Ch.1

     Howard Zinn: A People’s History of the United States In the first chapter of A Peoples History of the United States by Howard Zinn, the main focus is on the Indians, Christopher Columbus and the human progress and the author’s way of presenting factual information. Christopher Columbus is introduced as the famous navigator and explorer of the “New World”. We were taught in school that he discovered America and that was just enough for our tiny brains to like him because America is built on freedom...

    Americas, Arawak, Christopher Columbus 888  Words | 3  Pages

  • Zinn, Howard. the Bomb.

    Kyle Freund History 1302 TTH 10-11:20 11/28/12 Zinn, Howard. The Bomb. Pollen: City Light Books, 2010. Call No. 940.54’2521954 The Bomb gives a unique insight on the bombing of Hiroshima and Royan from the perspective of an air force bombardier World War II veteran Howard Zinn. This two-part book includes Zinn’s essay over the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Zinn’s experiences of the bombing over the town of Royan. Although this book may be a quick read, it is an influential and inspiring...

    Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Cold War, Fat Man 1167  Words | 3  Pages

  • Howard Zinn - Chapter 6

    IB History October 2, 2011 Chapter 6 “The Intimately Oppressed” Overview While reading the sixth chapter of Howard Zinn, I could not help but notice that the central focus was on women who rebelled against the inequalities women were given post-declaration. My AP History teacher last year, Mr. Hall, used to commonly use the saying “Now ladies… Sorry to say this but until about seventy years ago, you didn’t count for much.” This is a prime example of how the women in the 17th and 18th century...

    Seneca Falls Convention, United States, United States Declaration of Independence 402  Words | 2  Pages

  • Zinn

    AP U.S. History Summer Work 2013-2014 School Year ZINN CHAPTER 1: pp. 1-11 Columbus, The Indian, and Human Progress 1. According to Zinn, what is his main purpose for writing A People’s History of the United States? 2. What is Zinn’s Thesis for pages 1-11? 3. According to Zinn, how is Columbus portrayed in traditional history books? 4. Why does Zinn dispute Henry Kissinger’s statement: “History is the memory of states?” 5. What is Zinn’s basic criticism of historian...

    Americas, Christopher Columbus, Indentured servant 632  Words | 4  Pages

  • Howard Zinn

    Outline of “Drawing the Color Line”, chapter 2 of Howard Zinn’s A People’s History of the United States p. 23 “. . . that special racial feeling . . . that combination of inferior status and derogatory thought we call racism.” Zinn says we need to understand how racism started in order to see how it might end. Factors that led to U.S. slavery 24 a—“The Virginians needed labor”—to grow food & tobacco 25 b—“They couldn’t force Indians to work for them” c—“White servants...

    Africa, Atlantic slave trade, Black people 524  Words | 2  Pages

  • Zinn Study Questions

    ZINN CHAPTER 5: Part I -- pp. 76-88 Study Questions 1. What support did the Revolutionary War effort have among the colonial     population? The revolutionary War had some support from the colonial population. The Colonial population wasn’t very fond of the war. They did receive help from Sailors and mechanics who helped them with weapons, boats, etc. 2. What impact did slavery have on the war effort in the South? Slavery had a very large impact on the South’s was effort. Rebellions...

    American Revolution, American Revolutionary War, Native Americans in the United States 613  Words | 3  Pages

  • Howard Zinn Chapter 4

    Zinn Chapter 4: Tyranny is Tyranny Main ideas: • By 1760, the American colonies had undergone 18 different types of rebellions all aimed at overthrowing colonial governments. By the 1760’s the colonies had birthed capable and educated leaders, leaders that would direct the rebellious energy coming from the colonists towards the British. • After the French and Indian war was over, the English were more in need of the monetary value that colonies provided, and the colonies were less in need of...

    American Revolution, Benjamin Franklin, Boston Tea Party 468  Words | 2  Pages

  • Chapter Summary

    AP Government September 7, 2012 Chapter 2 Summary Within the first pages of this chapter, we are introduced with the topic of the constitution and actions of Gregory Lee Johnson. The case of Gregory Lee Johnson is about that of him burning an American flag and protesting that when the government became involved, it was against his freedom of speech. This is where the constitution of the United States comes into play and supersedes the ordinary law. The question though, what exactly is a constitution...

    American Revolution, Articles of Confederation, James Madison 1146  Words | 4  Pages

  • Howard Zinn-the People of the United States

    Gabrielle Lewis Final Paper Howard Zinn’s “The Peoples History of the United States”, is a must read. This book is very eye opening and informative. By just looking at the title we can conclude that the approach to the history of the United States used by Zinn, is that of the people. His writes this book from a completely different perspective of most historians. He finds a way to make history become alive and present in our everyday lives. He creates awareness in things our forefathers wanted...

    Americas, Arawak, Christopher Columbus 900  Words | 3  Pages

  • Howard Zinn and the Us Constitution

    The late Howard Zinn is a much respected historian. His views are known to be bold and nonetheless controversial. In his book, “A People’s History of the United States,” Zinn touches on topics such as indentured servants, angry civilians, and the United States Constitution. Indentured servants were people of a lower economic class who worked for people of a higher economic background. These servants worked for a given amount of time, usually between five and seven years and either worked for...

    Benjamin Franklin, Federal government of the United States, Slavery 722  Words | 3  Pages

  • Zinn chapter 7 questions

    People's History of the United States Reading Guide and Assignment Chapter 7: “ As Long as the Grass Grows or Water Runs” Directions: As you read the chapter, think about and answer the following questions. What is the major theme in this chapter? The major theme was Native American survival and the effects of Americans taking their land, raiding their communities, and spreading diseases. What evidence does Zinn cite to illustrate the overall impact of Indian removal? He uses the story...

    Andrew Jackson, Democratic Party, Georgia 431  Words | 2  Pages

  • zinn

    Charles Purkerson Jr His 108 8/27/14 Zinn Chapter 1 Zinn Q and A Q: 1. According to Zinn, what is his main purpose for writing A People’s History Of The United States? A: 1. Zinn’s main purpose was to give a detailed account of American history from the victim's point of view or present the history from the point of view of the common people Q: 2. What is Zinn’s thesis for pages 1-11? A: 2. Zinn’s thesis is that Christopher...

    Aztec, Christopher Columbus, Hernán Cortés 733  Words | 4  Pages

  • beka lamb summary chapter 7

    In chapter seven, Beka recalls the local store owned by Mr Gordillo who always prays for Beka and her family and who makes Beka aware of the sacrifices her parents have made to send her to the private convent school she attends. Unfortunately, she has failed her grade and whilst she has lied about it, she is beginning to accept responsibility by admitting it to Mr Gordillo. Beka also remembers her grandfather's visit and the reader learns a little about Beka's heritage. Her grandfather is half...

    Accept, Family, Father 1080  Words | 4  Pages

  • Zinn 4

    Chapter 4 In Howard Zinn’s book, Passionate Declaration: Essays on War and Justice, I read chapter four titled “The Use and Abuse of History.” Zinn in this chapter discusses how history is used and abused. Many in society today only tell “impartial history,” meaning we leave parts of history out to make a certain group or event stick out. History in the United States of America is swayed always to make us look like the good ones. We are a biased country and the government will do anything to censor...

    Howard Zinn, New Deal, Political philosophy 397  Words | 2  Pages

  • Chapter Summary

    Chapter Summaries Children of the Sea: 1) Two narrators in which they do not say their names in the book are in love and write to each other. 2) The female narrator in the book is mad because his father opposes her love for the man. 3) She finds out that he father gave up all his possessions to protect her from the macoutes. 4) The female narrator's family finds out that their neighbor was killed by the macoutes. 5) The male narrator who was a member of the youth federation fled...

    Dominican Republic, Family, Haiti 1404  Words | 7  Pages

  • Howard Zinn Chapter One

    Columbus has always been portrayed as an enlightened, peaceful explorer who “discovered” a new world, and became friends with the native people. Howard Zinn’s view on Columbus’s encounter with the natives is an entirely different perspective. Zinn describes Columbus as a man who is willing to torture and kill others to be able to accomplish what he wants; in this case he wanted to obtain gold and other resources to take back with him to Spain. When Columbus and his men arrived to the islands, he...

    Caribbean, Christopher Columbus, Colonialism 675  Words | 2  Pages

  • Chapter 7

    Managerial Accounting, Spring 2013 Read chapter 7, complete the following which are DUE March 3, 2013 Complete all Questions as marked on page 301 (7-1 through 7-10). Also the following problems sets should be completed in excel. Chapter 7, (page 308) Problem 7-9 Questions 7-1 In what fundamental ways does activity-based costing differ from traditional costing methods such as job-order costing as described in Chapter 3? a) Nonmanufacturing as well as manufacturing costs may be assigned to...

    Activity-based costing, Cost, Costs 1066  Words | 4  Pages

  • Howard Zinn Chapters 4 5 and 6

    came in thousands and would be heard. The movement in North Carolina was called the Regulator movement; they were trying to “democratize” which wouldn’t be an easy task. They called themselves the poor and working class demoralizing themselves. Chapter 5: A Kind of Revolution The Americans finally beat the British but it was not an easy task and not only possible by the army but possible by man citizen as most white men had guns. General excitement for the war was not strong and not something pleasant...

    Africa, Black people, British Empire 1462  Words | 4  Pages

  • Word and Book Passionate Declaration

    Howard Zinns book passionate declaration, was very interesting in the first chapter American Ideology he talks about the end result of these instances was many if not all of these inferior people were killed. He also talks about how we favor the rich and neglect the poor and that it should be the other way around that life should be an entirely different way. That because of Reagan many issues came to be, Because of Reagan this country is the way it is! Although we live in a democratic country...

    Bee Gees, CBC Radio One, Debut albums 497  Words | 2  Pages

  • Howard Zinn

    Howard Zinn: A People’s History of the United States This book explains the history of America starting from 1492 until the present. The history is told from the common people’s point of view. During my presentation I summarized chapters six through ten. Chapter six was titled “The Intimately Oppressed” and it refers to the inequalities in the lives of women during and after the revolution. Even though African American women had it the hardest, he referred to more women such as Caucasian, Native...

    Abraham Lincoln, African American, American Civil War 646  Words | 2  Pages

  • Howard Zinn Chapter 9

    A People’s History of the United States Chapter 9 Summary Chapter nine of Howard Zinn’s book explains slavery before and after the Civil War. The majority of the United States Government was in support of slavery until Abraham Lincoln publicized his support for the end of slavery. This chapter includes details of slavery from the accounts of different slaves and records kept about their oppression. Their servitude was preserved through the separation of their families, whipping, and killing...

    Abraham Lincoln, American Civil War, President of the United States 544  Words | 2  Pages

  • Chapter 11 Zinn

    Zinn: Chapter 11 Courtney Sever Period 2 Chapter 11: Robber Barons and Rebels Main Ideas - Businessmen monopolized the markets (railroads and steel are two good examples) in exchange for “economic stability” to ensure that they had control over the full market. They would then change prices as they pleased to drive out their competition. - Many workers in the South organized strikes, asking for higher wages. Most of these workers were black or members of the Knights of Labor. These strikes were...

    Free Silver, Grover Cleveland, Karl Marx 839  Words | 2  Pages

  • CHAPTER 7

    CHAPTER 7 The Summary of Findings, Conclusions and Recommendation Based on the information presented in this feasibility study, it is recommended that the oyster mushroom chips business be pursued. The findings of this feasibility study show that the proposed business did not suffer any losses in the first four years of their operations. Summary of Findings This part summarizes the findings that were garnered in the whole duration of the feasibility study. The Marketing Aspect 1. The business...

    Education in Scotland, Pleurotus 2042  Words | 11  Pages

  • Chapter 7 lecture notes

    Chapter 7 Summarizing and Displaying Measurement Data Lecture Summary GOALS FOR CHAPTER 7 1. To illustrate that summarizing important features of a list of numbers provides more information than looking at an unordered list. 2. To explain the concept of the shape of a set of numbers and the vocabulary used to describe shapes, and why it is useful to know something about the shape. 3. To learn the details of how to construct stem-and-leaf plot, histograms and boxplots and how to compute...

    Arithmetic mean, Box plot, Interquartile range 391  Words | 3  Pages

  • Zinn chapter 9 summary

    Tiffany Escandon APUSH Zinn Chapter 9 Summary Period 8 ZINN CHAPTER 9:  “Slavery without submission, emancipation without freedom” Zinn chapter 9 talks about slavery before and after the Civil War, it describes the United States Government’s support of slavery until Abraham Lincoln’s approach to end Slavery.  It mentions how the slaves were kept into slavery by whipping, religion, separating families and even killing. There were many failed attempts to abolish slavery prior...

    Abraham Lincoln, American Civil War, President of the United States 617  Words | 2  Pages

  • Chapter 7

    = 0.1297 or ~13% of 6 Leave a Comment Comment must not be empty. You must be logged in to leave a comment.SubmitCharacters: 400. Comment must not be empty.You must be logged in to leave a comment.SubmitCharacters: ....FIN Homework Chapter 7 Oct 27 Download or Print1,616 ReadsInfo and Rating Category: Uncategorized. Rating: Upload Date: 10/31/2011 Copyright: Attribution Non-commercial Tags: This document has no tags. Flag document for inapproriate content This is a private...

    Common stock, Dividend, Dividend yield 1492  Words | 4  Pages

  • Passionate Declarations: Chapter 3

    Chapter 3: Violence and Human Nature Zinn’s point of his writing in chapter 3 is that human ‘violent nature’ is usually by the up brining of the individual. The one consistent in Zinn’s writing with this chapter is: Are we supposed to blame war on human nature? Is the government the be-all-end-all when it comes to how humans react and act during war? Those are some extremely well thought out questions that Zinn brought up multiple times. There are not many ties resulting back to any psychological...

    Human, Humans, Psychology 655  Words | 2  Pages

  • Chapter 7

    Chapter 7 David Connor 1. The ____________ motor is the most common motor used in hermetically sealed units. a. Capacitor-start, induction run b. Repulsion-start, induction run c. Induction run d. Induction run two phase and polyphase 2. Of the four listed motors, which is the most commonly used on external drive, belt driven compressors? e. Induction two-phase and polyphase. ...

    Electric motor, Electricity, Gas compressor 533  Words | 3  Pages

  • Howard Zinn

    Vin Patel AP US History Howard Zinn A People’s History of the United Sates Howard Zinn’s A People’s History of the United States has been a moving and influential book till its first publication date in 1980. It has told the story of the conquers, the leaders, and the rulers but also the hardship of the enslaved, the oppressed, and the led. Like one of his famous quotes say “There is an underside to every age about which history does not often speak, because history is written from records left...

    Abraham Lincoln, American Civil War, Christopher Columbus 521  Words | 2  Pages

  • Howard Zinn Questions

    CHAPTER I 1. According to Zinn, what is his main purpose for writing A People’s History of the United States? 2. What is Zinn’s thesis for pages 1-11? 3. According to Zinn, how is Columbus portrayed in traditional history books? 4. Why does Zinn dispute Henry Kissinger’s statement: “History is the memory of states?” 5. Identify one early and one subsequent motive that drove Columbus to oppress indigenous peoples. 6. What was the ultimate fate of the Arawak Indians? 7. What were the major causes...

    American Revolution, American Revolutionary War, Indentured servant 683  Words | 2  Pages

  • Zinn Howard Questions Ch 1-6

    AP U.S. History Summer Work Zinn Study Questions Zinn Chapter 1: pp.1-11 Columbus, The Indian, and Human Progress 1. Zinn’s main purpose for writing A People’s History of the United States is to show history from the viewpoint of others. 2. This is Zinn’s thesis for pages 1-11: These traits did not stand out in the Europe of the Renaissance, dominated as it was by religion of popes, the government of kings, and the frenzy for money that marked Western Civilization and its first messenger...

    American Revolution, Atlantic slave trade, Middle class 3698  Words | 10  Pages

  • Howard Zinn Chapter 1 Study Questions

    Zinn Chapter 1- Study questions 1. Howard Zinn explains that his purpose as a historian and his purpose for writing A People’s History of the United States, is to tell history from the view points of the forgotten members of history, such as the Cubans during the Spanish-American War. 2. Zinn’s thesis for pages 1-11 talks about how history only tells itself from the viewpoint of the rulers and victors. Zinn’s goal is to tell about history from the viewpoint of the victims, such as the fate of the...

    Africa, African slave trade, Atlantic slave trade 679  Words | 2  Pages

  • Chapter 7

    Labor Relations Chapter 7 Notes Pg 293 Industrial Wage Differentials Industrial wage differentials may be explained in terms of three interrelated factors: (1) the degree of completion or monopoly in the product market (2) the value added by workers in a particular industry (3) the percentage of total costs that labor costs represent - Competition in the product market - Value added by employees - Labor costs as a percentage of total costs. A firm’s degree of labor intensiveness a measure...

    401(k), Cash balance plan, Employee benefit 1592  Words | 6  Pages

  • Chapter 7

    Chapter 7 1.Identify the reason for conducting marketing research. Marketing research is the process of defining a marketing problem and opportunity, systematically collecting and analyzing information, and recommending actions. Marketer conduct marketing research to reduce the risk of and thereby improve marketing decision, also, it can be used to help a firm develop its sales forecasts. Marketing research must overcome many difficulties and obtain the information needed so that marketers...

    Data, Data analysis, Forecasting 880  Words | 3  Pages

  • Unit 7 Chapter Exercises

     Unit 7 Chapter Exersises NT 1430 Tyrel Cain (19103625) Tyrel Cain NT1430 4/30/2015 Unit 7 Chapter Exercises Chapter 22 1. What are three reasons to use NFS? a. NFS reduces storage needs. b. NFS simplifies system administration. c. NFS makes backing up data simpler. d. NFS improves data consistency and reliability. 2. Which command would you give to mount on the local system the /home? Directory hierarchy that resides on the file server named plum? Assume the mounted directory hierarchy...

    Client-server, File system, Fstab 458  Words | 4  Pages

  • Chapter 7

    4y + .2z = x .1x + .6y = y .1x + .8z = z .1x + .6y = y .1x +.8z = z .1x + y - .6y .1x = .2z .1x = .4y x = .2/.1z x = 4y x = 2z Y = x/4 z = x/2 x + y + z =1 x + x/4 + x/2 = 1 7x/4 = 1 X = 4/7 X = 4/7 Y=1/4X Y = ¼(4/7) Y= 1/7 Z= 1/2X Z = ½(4/7) Z = 2/7 V = X Y Z (4/7, 1/7, 2/7) 0.8 .1 1 0.4 .6 0 0.2 0 8 OHAGAN = 0.4571 + 0.0571 + 0.0571 = 0.5713 = 57.13% JUNGLE = 0.0571 + 0.0857 = .1429 = 14.29% FARMER = 0.0571 + 0.2286 = 0.285 = 28.5% ...

    Kaprekar number, Stock market 509  Words | 4  Pages

  • Chapter 2 Summary Drawing The Color Line

    Felicia Cohn Professor Richard Stafford History 130-08 18 March 2014 Chapter 2 Summary Drawing The Color Line “Sails furled, flag dropping at her rounded stern, she rode the tide in from the sea. She was a strange ship, indeed, by all accounts, a frightening ship, a ship of mystery.”(Pg. 23, J. Redding) Without knowing what was to come they looked at the ship with most likely a look of shock. Not knowing what was to come, ahead of their journey and with this beaut they might have...

    A People's History of the United States, Africa, Atlantic slave trade 1013  Words | 5  Pages

  • Chapter 7

    of thumb for deciding if cost variance, schedule variance, cost performance index, and schedule performance index numbers are good or bad? 6. What is project portfolio management? Can project managers use it with earned value management? 7. Describe several types of software that project managers can use to support project cost management....

    Cost, Cost accounting, Cost-benefit analysis 556  Words | 3  Pages

  • Journal 7 Bottlemania Chapter 7

    Gurjot Sandhu ENGWR 300 TTH 10:30 am Professor Munoz 10/28/14 Journal 7 Bottlemania Chapter 7 Study Questions 1. The title is backlash because people maybe are not buying bottled water anymore. Backlash could be or look like, where people don’t buy a certain object or thing, because of the reputation or history of it. Backlash is from something that people don’t like, whether it’s too expensive, bad reputation, negative purpose of the object or thing, etc. 2. What instigated the initial backlash...

    Bottle, Bottled water, Drinking water 672  Words | 2  Pages

  • Chapter 7

    Moral Reasoning come to Critical Life Events leading to: Self-awareness, Internalized Moral Perspective, Balanced Processing, Relational Transparency which leads to Authentic Leadership. Greg exhibits all of these characteristics. 2) In the chapter, we discussed moral reasoning and transparency as components of authentic leadership. In what way is each of these components a part of Greg's leadership? Greg learned to slow down and make building relationships as important as building projects...

    Betty Ford, Betty Ford Center, Critical thinking 1482  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Declaration

    The Declaration Questions The Declaration- By Gemma Malley Chapter 1 1. Anna is at Grange Hall because she is a surplus. 2. A surplus is an excess of production or supply. A surplus is more than what is needed or used. Anna is referred to as a surplus because she is not meant to be there and is more than what the people need. Anna is just part of the excess of people. 3. A Valuable Asset is someone who is an extremely useful person. A Valuable Asset is there to clean, cook and do all...

    Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy in the United States, The Declaration 2298  Words | 6  Pages

  • Summary of the chapters...

    Woo: The Joy Luck Club In this chapter we are introduced to the Joy Luck Club which originated all the way back in China when Jing-Mei Woo's mother Suyuan was in the city of Kweilin. At the Joy Luck Club a group of old Chinese women sit around and eat and after that they sit down in a table to play a friendly game of Mah-Jong. At the Joy Luck Club there are 4 major members, Lindo Jong, Ying-ying St. Clair, An-Mei Hsu, and Suyuan Woo. In the beginning of the chapter we learn that Suyuan has died and...

    China, Chinese calendar, Chinese culture 1998  Words | 7  Pages

  • Chapter Summary

    Chapter 1 Summary Chapter 1 Business Now: Change is the Only Constant Ch. 1 Part 1/3 In today’s fast-paced business environment, change is the only constant. And the most successful firms have figured out how to embrace change. Their core goal is to deliver unsurpassed value to their customers. A business, by definition, is any activity that provides goods and services in an effort to earn a profit. Of course profit is the financial reward that comes from starting and running a business. People...

    Business, Economic system, Economics 1657  Words | 7  Pages

  • european motivation

    AMSCO) - Downloaded at: www.caroddoapclasses.com/sitebuildercontent/.../apushamsco.pdf or www.jstedman.tripod.com/APUS/Amsco.pdf 2- A People’s History of the United States by Howard Zinn downloaded at: http://www.historyisaweapon.com/zinnapeopleshistory.html B. Summer Reading Assignment PART I: Read chapters 1-3 in Howard Zinn’s A People’s History of the United States. Copies of A People’s History of the United States can be found at the public library, local bookstores or online. There is also...

    History, History of the United States, Immigration to the United States 1379  Words | 5  Pages

  • Zinn Essay

    always tend to leave out some of the more disturbing parts of history. In A People’s History of the United States, Howard Zinn tells history from the perspective of all the minorities affected in the building of the United States. He criticizes the versions of history that are told from the “viewpoint of the leaders…” without any regard of the mass murders or exploitation (9). Zinn describes the novel as being “skeptical of governments and their attempts…” (10). The view of Zinn’s novel as a “history...

    Americas, Christopher Columbus, Historian 1257  Words | 3  Pages

  • Zinn Notes

    ZINN CHAPTER 7: Study Questions "As Long as Grass Grows or Water Runs" 1. What is the major theme (recurring idea) in this chapter. The major theme in this chapter was about the Native Americans and their survival due to the Americans taking their land, spreading diseases, and raiding their towns. 2. What evidence does Zinn cite to illustrate the overall impact of Indian removal? The evidence Zinn uses to illustrate the overall impact of the Indian removal by talking about the book...

    Andrew Jackson, Cherokee, Georgia 760  Words | 3  Pages

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