So far this school year I believe things have been quite mellow, but it's still the beginning of the year and I have two less classes than previous school years, so it makes sense. However AP Computer Science is not working out, and everyone else in the class seems leagues ahead of me, and are stooping to a lower level of learning just so newbies like me can keep up. I should have seen it coming though since Mr. Daugherty's classes are fast-paced math courses and in retrospect I have never been good at mathematics. I'm thinking about switching out of the class but then I might have to find another one to switch into, and I'm aware that all the classes that interest me are full and on their way already. I'm falling behind in my college prepping although I've already looked at a few colleges that I find suitable but I need to work on my personal statements and resume and so forth.
Suppose a piano tuner hears 2 beats/second when listening to the combined sound from the tuning fork and the piano note being tuned. After slightly loosening the string, she hears 1 beat/second. Should she continue to loosen the string or tighten it in order to get it “in tune”? Defend your answer with 3 – 4 complete sentences.
My name is Rachael Crosby I am in EDSEC 376 on Monday/Wednesday at 1:30. However, due to late enrollment in my classes I was unable to get into the same class at 12:30 Monday/Wednesday. The reason I was unable to enroll until after finals was because I was waiting for conformation of being able to be in the college of Education. Therefore, I was inquiring weather it would be possbale for me to take the 12:30 class instead of the 1:30. If not I completly
I have made a schedule on what days I would be writing my papers for my other 3 classes. I also broke down the chapters I will be studying on different days for my algebra class. I don’t think it will be to hard because in high school I had to take 6 exams for all my classes. This year all I have to take is one physical in class exam. So this whole process will be different for me. To this day I still appreciate how prepared I came into college, in large parts thanks to my high school. If all goes well, I can finish my first semester with all A’s. Although the semester went by fast, there were days were it went by really slow. I’ve learned a lot in my first semester. Some things didn’t go as expected for me, but in the end it’s a lesson leaned. Lastly, next semester I will be having a new roommate. One of my roommates is transferring so I am assuming that they would place another girl in our room. I’m anxious to see who it is and how everything turns out. Hopefully everything works out because have good roommates is essential for a good college experience, in my opinion. Anyways these next 2 weeks I will be reviewing all my notes and writing all my papers. I know what the reward is for me if I everything goes well. I must finish the semester
I currently attend a class at Northwest Vista College, which is two days of the week and is and seventy-five minutes long. This class is more difficult than any other class I have, yet I have higher success in this class than my others. I am more successful because I have more time to study for such class, and because I am exposed to more interaction with my teacher. Not only is there more study time, my teacher equally has time to prepare more effective lessons, and activities. As opposed to my normal high school schedule consisting of seven classes, around forty-five minutes each, five days a week. In which I struggle more with those classes as each day there is a new lesson taught,
Batteries store energy in chemical form. They release energy by pumping electrons’ through wires from the minus pole to the plus pole. Devices inbetween convert this energy to another form, Efficieny- e.motor=85%, combustion= 20%
Light passed through a transmission grating is often sent in all directions due to interference. The grating acts as a new wave source and causes the light to travel in different paths. Equation 1 below shows the relationship between path difference and light direction due to constructive interference. D represents the line spacing and sinƟ=a/c according to the drawing below.
Looking at school, I had an okay first semester. I started the morning with Algebra II and photography, which was a class I really enjoyed. Then my advisory is with the ASB officers and we either do homework or we talk about events we are planning for our school in the future. From lunch, I had AP U.S. History and then I'm a TA (teacher's assistant) for my mom and then go to yoga. Seems like I had an easy semester at first. Nevertheless, that was my feeling until the second semester came. I now have three hard classes in a row. That includes pre-calc and this class, Honor's English III, along with my AP U.S. History. I still TA for my mom and have yoga, but those three hard classes make academics a little
X-ray use for diagnosis – Describe example of the use of an X-ray for diagnosis including IMAGE
The DISC 100 class is for reading speech and writing and the anchor class is for the study of money, medicine, and morals. For the spring semester of my first year in college I will also need sixteen to eighteen credit hours. These classes will consist of anatomy and physiology II, college algebra, a different chemistry class, anchor II culture and diversity, and DISC 200 culture and diversity; this class is also for speech and writing. Over the summer I will have three credit hours if I did not complete the college algebra course. For the fall semester of my sophomore year I will need fifteen credit hours. The classes I will need to take are drug calculation, fundamental concepts and skills, health in aging, health assessment for nursing practice, and pathophysiology. For spring semester I will need seventeen credit hours that will consist of human growth and development, pharmacology, management of adult health I, human nutrition, and focus A
In this activity, the marbles represent the narrow beam of alpha particles used to determine the structure of atoms, the unknown object represents the atoms that Rutherford studied, the cardboard represents the gold foil that was made up of gold atoms and the paper represents the approximate path that the alpha particles bounced off of or went through the gold foil at that Rutherford observed.
I'm in my AP Physics C class, and as the teacher is explaining the solution to a problem, my friend sitting beside me says he does not understand anything. I can see why the teacher's solution is a bit counter-intuitive, so in an effort to provide the most detailed, comprehensive solution, I go home and write this solution, with diagrams and all statements numbered so my friend can tell me which statements or sentences are confusing. After I spend some time discussing the problem, he finally says, "I get it." Not only that - he is able to solve a very similar problem to the one I just explained.
It is currently my worst class but I have been preparing for it with Mr. Seaver for the past couple weeks. He thinks that I am well prepared but that does not mean that I can begin to slack. I am determined to keep studying for this exam until it is on my desk in front of me and I guarantee that I will bring up my B+ average to an A-. I have an entire free period prior to the exam to review the material. His exam starts at 10:45 Thursday morning. Friday morning, I have two exams but they are in my strongest subjects, Chemistry and Physics. I have been preparing for these exams vigorously as