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All throughout my life, my stepfather Jason Sebastian has been my helping hand through the storm called life. When he came into my life I was four years old and he had his hands full. Not knowing what to expect, he was able to show me resilience. Even though Jason had taken over the role of my father at a very young age I don’t call him dad. I have gotten so used to calling him by his name that it has grown on me as a name but also as a meaning. Whenever I hear the name Jason I automatically…

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Measurement of Static and Kinetic Friction Forces between Wood and a Table Purpose: In this experiment, a spring scale will help calculate the static friction and kinetic friction between a wooden block and table. Several factors impact the amounts of friction, and this experiment examines the factors and how they impact the sliding of the wooden blocks. Surface area of the blocks affect the friction, and the contact between the different surfaces varies for different objects and weights.…

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Now on the other hand, using the triangle inequality and then (33) we have ∥u − uh∥ L1(Ω) ≥ ∥uI − uh∥ L1(Ω) − ∥u − uI∥ L1(Ω) ≥ ∥uI − Tpuh∥ L1(Ω) − ∥uh − Tpuh∥ L1(Ω) − ∥u − uI∥ L1(Ω) ≥ ∥uI − Tpuh∥ L1(Ω) − ∥uh − Tpuh∥ L1(Ω) − C2hp+1|u| Wp+1 1 (Ω); ≥ ∥uI − Tpuh∥ L1(Ω) − C∥u − uh∥ L1(Ω) − −C3hp+1|u| Wp+1 1 (Ω); from which we conclude that ∥u − uh∥ L1(Ω) ≥ C0∥uI − Tpuh∥ L1(Ω) − C3hp+1|u| Wp+1 1 (Ω) ≥ C0 vuut ΣN i=1 ∥uI − Tpuh∥2 L1(Ω∗ i ) − C3hp+1|u| Wp+1 1 (Ω)(36) ; where Ω∗ i is as in the proof of…

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In this experiment, the objectives were to derive an equation for the tension in the string (which had a mass attached and was revolved in a vertical circle motion). In order to complete this, the velocity of the mass would have to be calculated using the measured tension, and this value would then be compared to the expected velocity. The second objective of this experiment was to observe how mass, velocity, and radius affect the tension of the string. These objectives were reached in this…

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The overall objective of this lab was to verify Bernoulli-Euler beam theory for the lip-loaded cantilever and use that to calculate the Poisson ratio for the material in this case 6061-T6 aluminum. This was done by having to different objectives for each part of the Lab. Part one was use electrical resistance strain gage, this was to measure the strain a cantilever beam as it undergoes a known deflection. We would then compare the measurements with that of the strains predicted by simple beam…

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1. Carmex uses demand-oriented, cost-oriented, profit-oriented, and competition-oriented approaches when setting prices. There is large amounts of information Carmex must consider when using these approaches. Carmex must produce products at prices people are willing to pay. Carmex’s demand approach uses consumer tastes and preferences to determine prices. Consumers want “value,” and Carmex must price products accordingly. Dropping a cent of the price of products so they end in a 9 makes it…

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Failure Mindsets affect how students perceive failure. Someone with a growth mindset sees failure as a setback and an opportunity to learn. Someone with a fixed mindset may let failure define them and react negatively with apathy, blame, excuses, and depression. Dweck’s research showed that when such people were taught growth mindset skills, their reactions changed (Dweck, 2006) According to Wormeli, recording student scores of “Fs, zeroes, and other indicators of failures” and “spending…

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Diagram of Prototype A that consisted of an octagonal prism with a length of 11 in. or 27.94 cm. and height of 10.16 cm., while we created corrugated layers within the prism. We decided to change all the dimensions to centimeters instead of using inches as the units. Tinkercad model of Prototype B that consisted of a hexagonal prism with a length of 27.94 cm., height of 10.16 cm., and sides of the base of 4.445 cm. WIthin the hexagonal prism consisted of 6 equilateral triangles are connected…

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Is student resilience declining? A lot of educators believe it is. Some students just have a hard time making it on there own. Is this because there parents doing everything for them? Is this because of their previous teachers not pushing them enough or could it be just plain laziness? According to studies today it could be a combination of all three. The question is what are we going to do about it. Resilience has been a key word when talking about education for a long time now. Advocates say…

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Resiliency Reflective Tracy Collins West Chester University Abstract This paper explores the Resiliency Reflective of a social worker Name Tracy Collins, who working at the Chester County Food Bank as an intern. The writer had to take a quiz before addressing the self-reflection paper. The main focused for the writer to learn about her own resiliency and protective factors in her life. This paper discusses the protective factors and resiliency that the writer portray at this point…

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