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shoelace assignment

shoelace assignment - 7 Grab the wrapped shoelace by the...

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How To Tie Your Shoes Ashley Arpin CS 110 – 18887 Charette Due: 2/20/08 1. Hold one shoe lace in each hand 2. Cross the two laces together, creating an X 3. Thread one end of the shoelace under the other shoelace 4. Pull the laces tight 5. Fold one of the shoelaces in half 6. Wrap the longer shoelace around the shoelace that is folded in half
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Unformatted text preview: 7. Grab the wrapped shoelace by the middle 8. Bend it into a flat loop and pull it through the hole 9. Pull the two loops creating a bow 10. Repeat with other shoe 11. Ta-da! Your shoes are tied!...
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