Observation: The Abraham Lincoln statue is located in Fairmount Park. The location is the Sedgley Drive and Kelly Drive intersection. The statue is made of dark bronze metal. The president is shown sitting down on a chair. The chair is engraved with floral patterns, with a low, rounded back. The two front legs of the chair are curving forward and the back legs are curved backward. His cape or coat is thrown over the backrest of the chair. His right hand is raised at about a 90-degree angle with a feathered pen between his fingers. In his other hand, he is holding a long piece of paper; a document. The long paper extends and lies on his left thigh. His right foot is placed further out then his left foot. He is wearing a long frock coat with a waistcoat underneath. He is wearing a collared, pleated shirt with a bowtie. He is depicted wearing long pants and plain formal shoes. His hair is combed back with a side partition. He has his famous grown beard. His head is facing slightly to his right; he is looking straight ahead in that direction. The expression on his face is one of content. The seated Abraham Lincoln is placed on top of a pedestal. The platform is made of stone, possibly granite. There are two parts to the pedestal. The bottom pedestal is square shaped. The top is rectangular and sits immediately on top of the bottom one. Overall, the pedestal goes from smaller at the top to w...
When people think of scientists, creativity is not always the first thing that comes to mind. Scientists are viewed as quite the opposite in fact, relying on cold, hard facts, rather than having the mind to create a colorful, bright work of art. However, nothing could be further from the truth. Scientists employ a great degree of creativity when drawing diagrams of observations, thinking of new ideas, and interpreting data in unique ways. Of course, all of the above is limited by the facts, for example you can’t just draw three extra legs on an animal because you want to be creative. However not all scientist’s drawings are going to look exactly alike because everybody is a different person. No two scientific papers are going to be the exact same either, in fact they could in fact be near complete opposites, depending on how one scientist
1. Why do cells need to communicate? Cells need to communicate in order to have tasks and duties be completed. They receive stimuli and response, if necessary, in order for the organism to function and live. In addition, cells can work together and function as a group or system instead of individually through communication to increase the organism’s efficiency.
First, at all, I would let the students the rule of the classroom and consequences of certain actions at the beginning of the scholar year. I would keep them remainder through the year to prevent or anticipate the consequences of any student’s action. I can a direct conversation with the students to address the matter by letting them know that is unacceptable.
Table 7 displays the top five students in the class; they are highlighted to be easily identified. The top five students in the class were three female Caucasian students, one African American male student and one Asian male student. The majority of students who scored the highest were Caucasians.
5. As the team leader, I shared the work among the team members at the initial stage of the project. This improved coordination and helped us achieve intermediate goals of the project. I asked the opinions of my team members and then discussed about various aspects of the project during our daily meetings.
1. Hornick role as a giver as described in Give and Take by Adam Grant is that he is less concerned about how something will profit him directly and more concerned about giving away his time and knowledge to help the people that he is working with. Mr. Hornick indeed wanted to work with Mr. Shader but he was more interested in Mr. shader getting the best deal and feeling the most conferrable with the person he would decide to invest with. Even before he had sign a deal with Mr. Shader, Mr. Hornick was already helping him by not only giving him the freedom to shop around other investors but also by not pressuring him to sign with him. Even though Mr. Shader originally passed on signing with him, he was so taken by the way Mr. Hornick conducted
Although the organization has already tackled and overcome several significant security failings which have resulted in the exposure of its network infrastructure to various vulnerabilities, as these failings became public it has caused significant damage to the perception and reputation of Advanced Research. As a result there is a clear need to develop, define, and implement an enhanced network topology and infrastructure in order to ensure that all critical functions are protected and that there is no possibility of unauthorized access to the network or any service being obtained. Following an analysis of previous incidents it is apparent that there are several recurring areas which would need to be protected and these should be considered
Describe the image on page 374, a detail of Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel, in the terms of each principle. (unity & variety, balance, emphasis & subordination, proportion and scale, and rhythm). Structure your answer like this: Rhythm - Elements that create a strong sense of rhythm are the repeated geometric shapes of the architecture. ( I gave you one, four more to go )