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    One of the reasons I want to join the Air Force is to enhance my ability to lead, serve and help people. I am a psychology major. This area of study has given me insight into how to help individuals in various ways. I feel that joining the Air Force, through goal oriented training and education, would strengthen my ability to both lead and help individuals. The area of specialty on which I want to focus my education is Behavioral Sciences. My hope is that the training I get through the Air Force Officer Training Corps will complement and augment this, helping me form the skill sets needed to truly make a difference in the lives of both few and many people. That being said, I have confidence that the Air Force will place me in a career field…

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    Short Story: Potato Girl

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    My hands shook furiously as Keith Shadis paced up and down around the other cadets. Chest pounding at what felt like 1000 beats a minute, I prayed that Shadis wouldn't come close to me. After seeing the way he had already interagated potato girl I don't think I would be able to handle talking to him. "Hey calm down. It's gonna be okay," I heard a voice whisper to me. I whipped my head around to see that Zoe was standing there. She was standing tall and confidently, unlike myself who was still…

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    Forged Rib Essay

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    initially different FE models proved to be very important to allow rapid and efficient exchange of data between all groups within the MDO process. Wing Contents Providing lift is the main function of the wings of an aircraft. The wings consist of two essential parts. The internal wing structure, consisting of spars, ribs and stringers, and the external wing, which is the skin. Ribs give the shape to the wing section, support the skin (prevent buckling) and act to prevent the fuel surging…

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    Self-Learning Strategies

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    Independence is always a key component to self-learning and a way to become a protagonist. Once something becomes a problem, it is in our mind that we must fix the issue before it becomes even more of an issue. We must learn to overcome any obstacles that may arise when it comes to learning because it is necessary to overcome obstacles in our life as well. If it is hard to deal with stress, then it is most likely going to be hard to be motivated and complacency may settle in as it becomes easy…

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    Essay On Hooke's Law

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    back the limbs. After you recoil the cord, you utilize your muscles to exert a force on the string that bends the limbs backward. The quantity of force that your fingers exert on the string once you’ve to force it all the means back is named the “draw weight.” The elastic or spring energy is currently “potential energy” that may be reborn into launching associate arrow after you unleash the string. Hooke’s Law states that the draw weight is proportional to the draw length. The bigger quantity…

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    pillars are: Help an Underachieving Student Tip #1. Self Control- The ability to delay the desire and drive for the immediate gratifications in life in order to work for long-term gain and the gratification and satisfaction that comes from that delay. Help an Underachieving Student Tip #2. Independence- This is the ability to work consistently toward task completion. To be able to organize it and get it in on time, whenever it 's due. An underachieving student cannot work independently and…

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    Case Study Of Demographics

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    Influences on reliability include: the test itself; how the test is administered and scored; and the test taker. All of these items can cause errors. The TSI reports a reliability rating on each scale and overall reliability of .93 for a combined sample of 3,401 teachers across the US. Kourmousi, Darviri, Varvogli, & Alexopoulos (2015) adapted the TSI to a Greek version and ran a comparison against the Perceived Stress Scale in which they were able to obtain similar results as well as show…

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    Shear Stress Lab Report

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    cup, we may add an extra force on it that can cause the paper to slide eventually before the shear stress at failure is reached. - Irregularity in spreading the pennies: this event can lead to an error as we spread the pennies in different patterns. Thus affecting the values of the shear stress, and also create an error in the value of the frictional coefficient. - Frictional resistance on the table: the frictional resistance on the table causes the string not to move hence increasing…

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    according to Newton’s first law of motion, an object that is free from all outside forces travels at a constant velocity, covering equal distances in equal times along a straight-line path, C is true. 2. D Why: not matter an object is still or is in motion, the object has inertia all the time. Inertia is a nature/property of any objects. 3. D Why: the ship is moving at a constant speed, which is in a balanced status. For the athlete, it would be likely to do a long jump on ground. Since he uses…

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    Women's Pay Gap Analysis

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    Men and women have always differed in terms of salary. This has been true for many years and still continues today. Equality in the work force has always been a common issue of debate because of the pay gap that exists. The pay gap not only effects women but also effects people of minorities. Though there has been progress in working towards reducing the gap and creating a more equal environment for all, there is still much progress to be done. In the working world, as of 2012 women made 80.9…

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