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    Growth Mindset Theory

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    Growth Mindset Growth mindset is the belief that you can improve upon your abilities through practice and effort, as opposed to a fixed mindset in which one believes their abilities are unchangeable (Dweck, 2006). Students with fixed mindset believe intelligence is static and tend to desire looking smart, therefore they avoid challenges, give up easily, see effort as fruitless, ignore useful feedback, and are threatened by others’ success. Students with a fixed mindset report feeling dumb when…

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    1.6 TRIBOLOGY The greek word tribo means rubbing (William 1994). It is the science of intermingling of the surfaces which are in sliding and/or rolling motion. In 1996, Tribology was first reported by Jost, England. It has 3 portions. These are A) friction B) Lubrication and C) wear. To understand the tribological behavior, it entails the knowledge of various subjects such as Physics, chemistry, Mathematics, Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer, Material science etc., Tribological problem leads to the…

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    TASK 4(P4):- Discuss the effect of loading structural material 1) You need to discuss the effect of compressive force, tensile force, shear force, bending force on structural member 1) Timber: Compressive force on timber: - The effect of a compressive force on a timber is a change in structure of a material and to carry a load within its limits. Tensile force on timber: - The tensile force is the pulling force exerted on both the ends of a timber. Both the ends of a timber will undergo tension…

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    Vertical dimension (VD) defined in the Glossary of Prosthodontic Terms as "The distance between two selected anatomic or marked points”. Occlusal vertical dimension (OVD) defined as "The distance between two selected anatomic points when in maximal inter-cuspal position”.(1) The OVD is determined by the repetitive contracted length of the elevator muscles which sets the jaw-to-jaw relationship.(2) During growth and development OVD affected by three factors: Growth of the ramus, gonial angle of…

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    William Wade Unit 303 Task A 21/10/2016 1. A fault has occurred on the electric shower in one of the rooms. It was reported that • The shower was switched on. • A crackling sound was heard coming from the shower. • The lights in the room flickered and dimmed. • The shower went off. Describe the likely faults that could produce these symptoms. Lose terminal connections in the shower system could have caused the shower to crackle due to arching…

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    Polymers Lab Report Essay

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    Polymers Lab - IZOD Impact Test of Notched Polymer Introduction The IZOD impact test is a method used to determine the impact resistance of materials. The main objective of this experiment is to measure the impact strength of three specimens’ material by measuring the amount of the energy required to cause the material to fracture, using Avery Denison 6709 IZOD impact tester. Materials and Methods Apparatus: Three specimens with a machined 45° notch (V-Notch) at room temperature…

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    Analysis Of Knuckle Joint

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    Meshing of knuckle joint Figure 8.1 meshing of knuckle joint 8.2 Constraints applied on knuckle joint for analysis Figure 8.2 constraints applied on knuckle joint CONCLUSION After studying knuckle joint used in tractor-trailer then after making design and analysis of knuckle joint for stresses and deflection the following conclusions can be drawn: From the above results and discussion, Knuckle joint was design for 52860 N axial load by theoretical calculation. From theoretical…

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    It is hard to rise above difficult tragedies during out life time, but it is admiring to see how some people can use their experience to help others cope with what is left after tragedies. I feel resilience is something, we develop versus something that is given with in us and either we keep fighting and not give up or we lose ourselves in sorrows, and negativity. Resilience is something we mature into due to any negative situation, whether is coping with school and work or dealing with a…

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    Resilient In High School

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    An example of how I was resilient in high school is having to face the challenge of having to take care of my single, disabled mother who is a veteran while maintaining being a full time International Baccalaureate student and participating in varsity athletics. Taking care of my mother involves taking her to numerous medical appointments, performing many household duties, and taking care of the pets. These tasks are not hard but are time consuming when trying to accomplish all the daily…

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    Resilience as a construct is hard to define. In simplest terms, resilience can be described as a quality that makes one, particularly a child, exceptionally resistant to the negative effects of stress.(Tolan, 1996) However, in reality, characterizing resilience is much more complicated; the literature on trauma alone has at least 8 unique definitions for resilience.(Barber & Doty, 2013) Unsurprisingly, the unclear nature of resilience is one of the many arguments that are used to demonstrate its…

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