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Gupta 1 Rama Gupta Dr. Kiuchi WRA 110 14 October 2009 Can you imagine a life in the United States which was not organized like it is today? A civilization is defined as “an advanced state of intellectual, cultural, and material development in human society, marked by progress in the arts and sciences, the extensive use of record-keeping, including writing, and the appearance of complex political and social institutions”( Ankerl 11). This definition could be described as organized, which means “functioning within a formal structure, as in the coordination and direction of activities” ( Mifflin 815). As the United States became more advanced, and more powerful, they also became organized. There is a certain object which has been created by our government for the benefit of the nation. This object is the social security card which contains a number unique to all. It can is the official version of a person, it represents one’s name, almost like a second way to identify one. The social security card made a process which made organization an easy step for the United States. Therefore it is now an integrated part of everyone’s life. So what kind of features does this amazing mystery object have? The object may be mistaken for a normal piece of paper or business card. It is a two-dimensional object. Through personal measurements the following dimensions were found. The dimensions of the object are as follows: the longest sides of the object are 3.370 inches long and its sides are 2.125 inches high. The object is rectangular in shape and possesses rounded edges. If it were to be cut or folded in half it would be symmetrical. The texture of the paper used is rough and durable. The object has a border which starts about .25 inches from the top of the card, and .1875 inches on the other 3 sides. It goes all the way around this little indentation as if it is encasing something. The border is 2.87 inches long and 1.75 inches high. Inside of the border a picture is
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Gupta 2 painted. On each side of the picture there are two support beams which are posed in an upright position. The beams have an official decoration which gives off an important impression. The cylinders rest on the bottom of the picture. Along the bottom of the picture a black surface appears, in the picture is serves the purpose of the ground, or base of the structure. The cylinders are positioned in an upright position. The top of the cylinders have an addition which rises and protrudes slightly making it wider than the cylinder. Resting on the cylinders is a sign with letters curving across the picture. The letters on the sign spell out
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