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    Four Classes in Four Years Throughout high school, I was “stuck”, per se, in four classes that would change the way I looked at everything around me. Yes, it might sound corny, but eight tables later, twenty four chairs later, and a certificate at the end of my senior year, I finally understood why there classes were so important to me, and in the end, some of the material that I learned in the classes was beneficial and I will continue to use it throughout the rest of my life. There I was, a short (4’11”) and chubby freshman entering high school, giddy because I finally got to this stage in my life, and motivated because I wanted to do well. My first class happened to be Food and Nutrition 1, with Mrs. Wilmot, who looked like the kind of person who wouldn’t hurt a fly, but my opinion of her would change as I progressed through high school. The classroom itself wasn’t anything special; eight tables and twenty four chairs, it was what was over in the other part of the room that made it so unique in comparison to the rest of the school. 6 cooking stations, with state of the art equipment. Silverware so shiny and clean, that it was basically a mirror. The class itself was something I was looking forward to, cooking. I had never cooked, apart from the time I nearly burnt my home down trying to make scrambled eggs. Yes, it wasn’t anything advanced, such as Quiche, Chicken Provençal or even whole cakes, but snacking never became an issue ever again. Biscuits, cookies and wraps…

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    My experience at Balfour Collegiate in Regina, Saskatchewan began much like others. In grade nine I wanted nothing more but to be accepted. I was sincerely lucky in the case that Balfour was one of the smaller schools in Regina, so within time I found my place. How I found my place was involving myself. At the grade nine open house almost every other student stressed, “Get involved! It’s the best way meet people and find your place!” This statement was so true. I never particularly new who I was…

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    Pt1420 Unit 8

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    subtraction, exponents, and parentheses). My initial brainstorming resulted in an iterative action. The program would follow the order of operations and begin with the contents of innermost parentheses and replace that portion of the input with the answer before moving one step out into what is now the innermost parentheses. The program would move up a level each time until there are no more levels, leaving (hopefully) the answer. Current Specifications: The program works as expected. It will…

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    Art Experience Essay

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    My first ever art experience was doodling on a piece of paper when I knew how to hold a pencil. I don’t know where this artist gene came from, since all my family members worked in engineering or business. I am happy that my mom stands by my side all the time, and even encouraged me to go to an art school when I had no plan for my future college. My focus in this school, The School of Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), is visual communication. I am preparing for the portfolio review this semester…

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    When this new semester started, I was excited. I love new beginnings and I just knew that this semester would be filled with easy classes and good grades. I’m pretty sure every college student in the world thinks like that. Before I knew it though, I was staying up all times of the night trying to figure out how I could get my grades up. Don’t be like me. I was a horrible procrastinate and I never had my priorities straight. I always end up regretting that. Do what you need to do and strive for…

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    Data Type Description and example use **You must provide an example of what each data type could be used for** String A data type used in programmings such as an integer and floating point unit, but is used to represent text rather than numbers. • I bought 3 CD’s which were from 3 different artists. It shows that I bought it from 3 different people. • If (Option 1==Option 2) If the values are the same, then it is true. If they are different, then it is false. • Usernames are an example of…

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    Kettlebell Research Paper

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    Kettlebells may seem to be a new popular trend amongst fitness enthusiasts and athletes, but the truth is that they have been around for centuries with ancient findings of their use for dynamic strength and endurance training. Nobody can quite figure out their true origins, and only theories have been made for what the kettlebell was actually created for. However, records in archeology actually show that they existed as far back as ancient Greece. Proof of these records can be found in Athens,…

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    Pt1420 Unit 8 Quiz

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    Question #A.1 What is the first file your group looks at and why? What are the first (and most important) things that your group takes notice of in the code in this file? Answer #A.1 The first file we look at is the Image file because that is where all the methods are being compiled to get the out for the main method in TestImage. We take notice of the different methods and constructors being created in the class such as Throws exception and BufferedImage. Question #A.2 What happens in the…

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    It also provides us with a little bit of extra data- how often they eat fast food, so how familiar they are with the overall experience, and if they generally eat at the restaurant in question or elsewhere. This provides information on how the restaurant in question stacks up against competitors and how it is doing with providing a service according to people who frequently use the service and people who do not. This is very important because these are two different groups who may have very…

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    First appeared in early 1970’systems, There are two kinds of sockets: 1, the connection oriented socket based on TCP 2, connectionless sockets based on user Datagram Protocol (UDP). *The TCP type sockets guarantee data arrives in the correct order, but the user Datagram protocol (UDP) does not. One of the main differences between (” socket” and “server socket “) is; * Socket implemented at the client side to send request to the port of the machine where the server socket is listing. But…

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