I would first measure out the length of cable that I would need. I would then use a wire cutter to cut the length that I need, leaving enough room for corrections and to open the wire. I would then use wire strippers to remove a small piece of the outer most jacket. I would then choose what connection I wanted to make (568A or 568B). I would then untwist the wires and put them in the correct color order that I need.
For this hair the mane brush will be used. To use the mane brush, brush the hair as if it were human hair. After the mane is tangle free, the hooves are ready to be cleaned out. For this particular task the hoof pick will be used. Face the rear end of the horse and stand parallel to his leg.
Once the fabric has been stitched from one end to the other, end by tying a knot in the thread at the end, and cut the excess thread being careful not to cut the knot off. It is probably wise to put at least two knots in at the end for extra
This is where the end of the line will be going to form the knot. Take the end of the line and very, very, carefully, thread it through the hole. Now grab the end of the line with one hand, and simultaneously, pull the other end of the line tight. All that is left to do now, is trim the excess line off the end with a pair of nail clippers, and add the
Figure 1.2 c) Tape the 4 rectangles together in the shape of a box. Use plenty of tape to aid in cushioning the egg. d) Trace the two open ends of the box on to the remaining poster board and cut these out. Tape one of the cut outs to the bottom of your box. Again use plenty of tape.
G. Compare the values of the measured angles with the average computed values and determine their difference. 2. Determination of the sides of a right triangle when the hypotenuse and one angle are measured: A. Create a new triangle by taping the bottom of the string to a different position on the floor or table, as in Procedure 1. B.
Unit 8 Lab 1 Running head: FIBER OPTIC CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY Fiber Optic Connector Assembly NT1310 Fiber Optic Connector Assembly * Figure 1 Fiber Termination kit Figure 1 Fiber Termination kit Figure 2: LC Multimode & Singlemode Connector Figure 2: LC Multimode & Singlemode Connector Put on safety glasses and prepare work area by organizing all necessary tools from the Fiber Termination Kit and the Consumables Kit. Place primer bottle into primer stand, remove dust-caps from fiber connectors, etc. * Slide the strain relief boot (and crimp sleeve for jacketed fiber) over the fiber in the proper orientation. * Using the jacket stripper tool, strip off the outer jacket at the ‘A’ length indicated on the template card. Use the 1.0mm opening for 1.6mm fiber.
This was done by using some felt and cutting it to a shape of a charicter they wanted to make out of a book i drew the shape on the felt and asked the children to cut around it. I carefully supervised the children to make sure that they do not hurt themselves while they were doing the activity. I also asked the children that were struggling using the scissors if they needed help or if they wanted to use a different type of scissors. I also asked if they were using the correct hand with the scissors if not i would give them the right scissors to match the hand they were using. This is so that they will find it easier and comfortable to use them i also showed them how to hold the scissors to make it easier for the children.
Take a bead from each different chain and put them together to illustrate an exchange reaction. 6. Use a slinky to demonstrate denaturation of an enzyme. Tie colored yarn on the slinky at two sites that are widely separated, and then coil and twist the slinky upon itself to bring the two pieces of yarn next to each other. Identify the site where the yarn pieces are as the active site.