Lab 2 – Water Quality and Contamination Experiment 1: Effects of Groundwater Contamination Table 1: Water Observations (Smell, Color, Etc.) Beaker Observations 1 No scent, color is clear 2 No scent, color is foggy, oil and water don’t mix well creating bubbles. 3 No color, water is clear, smells of vinegar 4 Smells like soap, water turned green 5 80 ml of water, brown in color, dirt sediment on the bottom, smells like dirt 6 80 ml of water, less oil, light brown in color, dirt sediments at the bottom 7 80 ml of water, slight vinegar and dirt scent, brown in color, dirt sediments at the bottom 8 80 ml of water, smells of soap, dark brown and slight green in color, dirt sediments at the bottom POST LAB QUESTIONS 1. Develop hypotheses on the ability of oil, vinegar, and laundry detergent to contaminate groundwater. a.
David Yun Mrs. Hamilton AP Lang and Comp, Period 1 October 14, 2013 1996 Gary Soto is a Mexican-American author and poet. Soto wrote a small passage, “1996”, describing a time when he was six years old and stole a pie, this passage reveals his inside thoughts, internal emotions, and his choice of actions during and after his minor pie theft. In the passage “1996”, Gary Soto’s representation of his guilt and how he copes with it is developed through his vivid imagery, fast pacing, and descriptive diction, showing that guilt is the prices to pay when greed overwhelms the person. In the first part of the passage Soto begins by stating, “[knows] enough about hell to stop stealing”. However this was not enough to stop his greed from overwhelming him.
Esch comments that Skeetah never named the puppy, so he tells her to give it a name. She chooses Nella. Manny says that they should kill the puppy now to save it from suffering. Skeetah grabs the puppy’s head and twists, swiftly breaking its neck the way his mother used to kill chickens. Afterward, Skeetah takes off his clothes and gets into the water of the Pit to wash the contamination off him.
Plant Cell “Muhaaaaaa, I am going to steal the krabby patty formula from SpongeBob’s house today,” said Plankton. Plankton is the super genius mastermind villain who has been trying to get the krabby patty formula for years. This is his best chance as Mr. Krabs gave the formula to hide inside his pineapple (AKA plant cell). Plankton being the master mind villain he is has forced one of the transport proteins to give up information. “Where is the formula you little transport protein?
He is instantly fascinated by not only the rifle itself, but the power it portrays. For a while after, Toby entertains the idea of pulling the gun out into an empty apartment, breaking it down, cleaning it, “and nothing more,” he states. Soon this ritual is not enough, and becomes a game of dress up. Old uniforms of Roy’s hang loosely off of his body as he marches around with it, and even strikes brave poses in front of the mirror with the rifle pressed against chest. As if he was cradling a small child.
When he gets into the motor home Joy tries to attack him with a frying pan the killer then pulls out a .50 caliper Desert Eagle and blowers her brains all over the table to the motor home. Chris then get into a fight with him he tackles him out the door. They then start wresting on the ground and another killer comes and splits his head open with an axe. Jeff then locks the door to the motor home he then decides to run the killers over with the motor home when he turns around to find them they were gone. Jeff then is waiting their then he notice something moving in the trees and it was one of the killers with a cross bow before Jeff has any time to react the killer puts a arrow in his head.
zaire cobb Jersey City, NJ email@example.com - Cell Phone: 201-539-3319 when I was attending Lincoln high school I was in the cosmetology program. in this program we give out free services to everyone in the school. This job for me was not a paying job, but it was for community service. Every Thursday the cosmetology department would perform services on who ever wants something done. Being the shampoo girl was not the best job, but it was for helping other so I liked it.
This “bad boys” will do whatever it takes to keep their rebellious reputation. As the boys are about to get into a fight with a boy they mistook as their friend Tony, the narrator goes for “the tire iron [he] kept under the driver’s seat” in order to fight. (398) The narrator admit she hasn’t been in a fight since the sixth grade yet feels the need to prove his masculinity by grabbing the tire iron and hitting the greasy characters in the head. As soon as he lays the greasy character out, the narrator feels on top of the world. All three boys begin to develop a higher sense of pride knowing they defeated this guy when at first it looked like they were going to lose.
INFRACTION (n.) Minor violation of a rule or law L. in, intensifier + fractum = to break For his infraction of the camp code, Kevin had to peel potatoes in the kitchen. syn: transgression 3. INFRINGE (v.) To intrude on an area belonging to another; to trespass L. in, intensifier + frangere = to break Susan said her father was infringing upon her freedom when he took her car. II. CIS – Latin CAEDERE, CISUM “cut, kill” 4.