Final Example - MathandCulinaryArts By: John Smith MM 150...

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By: John Smith MM 150 – section xx Month Day, Year Math and Culinary Arts 
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A Chef’s Career As any chef knows, the creation or  alteration of a recipe is vital to be able to  serve his or her clients as they request.  Having a basic recipe that is tried and true  is the basis for success.  In a restaurant, a chef must recreate the  dish day after day with accuracy and  dependability, since the patrons want to be  able to depend on the same taste that they  may have ordered before.   Let’s suppose a food critic, Ego, decides to  rate my restaurant and I know that the  success of my career depends on his good  rating. 
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After the decision to cook a dish, Ratatouille, that I think Ego would like, I find that he delights in your culinary skills and selection of an appropriate dish for him. The result is that I am an overwhelming overnight success! A further result of the good rating is that I must cook
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