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For over seventeen years, I have lived in a snow-globe; a sheltered life of naivety and protection.  Living within walls of an enclosed glass dome of inexperience, I disregarded outside matters  that did not directly affect me. From an average two-child family with middle-class income, in a  house in the suburbs, I held family and school to be the most influential factors of my life. But  though I have been protected by my environment, these factors have encouraged me to  embrace possibilities that my interests offered me, serving as the stimulus that will help me  outgrow my glass dome and reach out into the world. An interest in mathematics, induced by  experiences with my family and school, became a medium through which I could thrive and  develop. This passion provides the motivation for me to strive for the opportunity to further my  education in a university institute in order to turn my interest and potential into success. The inheritance of my parent’s preference for numbers fueled my interest in the subject. Upon 
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Higgins during the Spring '10 term at College of the Canyons.

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