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    Reasoning Test or ACT w/writing. Very Important Admission Factors: secondary school records, standardized test scores. Considered: recommendations, talent/ability. High School Preparation: 19 units required. (AP) Policy: Good AP exam scores gain college credit. Clemson University Applying: % Applications Admitted: 69%.     76-100% of students had H.S. GPA 3.0 or higher. Priority Application Deadline: 12/01/--      Regular Application Deadline: 05/01/Year After Costs: Living On and Off Campus Costs:

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    college info

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    people with these goals go to a college or university in order to achieve them. Their path has been proven to be effective, and so I too have chosen to go to college. I have learned that unfortunately colleges vary to great degrees, and that some will not satisfy me in achieving my goals. Because I must choose one college above another, I have compiled a set of requirements that I would like the college that I attend to fufill. My primary requirement for a college is that it have a broad program

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    dozens of info-mercials, a commercial for getting a college degree at home, and a few psychic hotline advertisements. I stopped clicking the remote after a while to see what the commercials were selling, and to see how cheep the products were. There were advertisements for how to get a better body, the "fountain of youth" make-up, and the charcoal-less grill. It is amazing what they come up with nowadays. As I continued surfing I came across Sally Struthers trying to sell an "earn your college degree

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    Card readers

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    1. OPEN EEPROM Just what it means - open a saved EEPROM image 2. SAVE AS This has 3 options (different ways to save the image of the card) a. NORMAL HEX b. ASCII ENCODED HEX c. BIN FILE 3. VIEW This has 5 options:. a. ATR INFO- this is a break down of what is in the ATR of your card b. HU MAP- this is a map of where different data is at on the hu image. c. TIER DATA- is the data from the different tiers on the card d. EEPROM DUMP- is what you see after you read the card and then pull it. e. MESSAGE

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    straight le towards the normal inside the glass prism. Then on leaving it will refract away from the normal. The effect of this is that the emergent ray is parallel to the incident ray, but is "laterally displaced" from it. [IMAGE] Info for prediction We know the speed of light in air which is 300,000,000 m/p/s, so firstly work out what sine I over sine r is and you multiply 300,000,000 by what ever you work out sine I over sine r to be. E.g. if refractive index = 0.7 you would

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    Suicide

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    suicides. Together, white males and white females accounted for over 90% of all suicides. In teenagers, the average ratio is 5.5:1. The ratio increases with age within this group. (http://www.cdc.gov/ncipc/pub-res/10lc92c.htm / http://www.befrienders.org/info/statistics.htm) The previously listed facts are staggering and a surprise to most. Another surprising or should I say confusing area is depression and its relation to suicide. Most suicides occur by people who are suffering from depression. Certain

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    Anger Management

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    on your way to work. Anger can also revealed by a person with worries or doubts they may have with their own lives and how they may be living it. Anger an expression that we humans and animals alike show to provide your surroundings a little bit of info of a conflict we have with someone or something. If a person has a server problem with their anger it may be because they were but threw abuse or saw abuse in their own childhood. Which is shown to them and they may very well become just as aggressive

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    DJ Scratch Info

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    Turntablism - The art of manipulating/restructuring previously existing phonograph recordings to produce new, musically creative combinations of sounds using turntables and a mixer. Hamster Style - Normally a DJ setup would be configured with the right turntable playing on the right channel of the mixer and the left turntable playing on the left channel of the mixer. With a hamster style setup, however, the opposite is true. The right turntable plays through the left channel, and the left turntable

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    Book Report on Wreck!

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    sets the boat out to sea. While on the boat they experience many strange happenings and realise they are not alone. Second Entry – Suggestion Number 6 – Page 80 I believe the writer was trying to keep suspense and did this by not giving any extra info and by putting in a few false alarms to keep you on your toes. The writer is also very descriptive which adds greats atmosphere and further suspense. I think the writer has a good imagination to be able to write in such a way. Another skill the author

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    Image Analysis Program

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    calculation factor of 1pc=3*10^16m Now we needed to find the density. Density was figured out by multiplying the majority substance in the nebulae (hydrogen) per cubic m^3 by the mass of hydrogen in kg, which gave us the formula We then had the info we needed to find the mass of the nebulae. We calculated this by using a spherical shape for ease of calculation. We used the following formula where m is the mass p is the density and r is the radius found above from the small angle formula (d).

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