TWAlexSWA6 - Alex Swenda ENG-201-OL011 Writing Assignment 6...

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Alex Swenda ENG-201-OL011 Writing Assignment 6 04 February 2012 Instructor: Lorrie Pannullo
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Abstract Writing Assignment 6 is comprised of two activities from which the student will apply their understanding of the use of description in relation to what an object is displaying at its core. Activity 10.1 requires the sentences below to be ordered in the correct sequence and the student must use context clues to figure out the right combination to create the intended paragraph. Two questions will be answered based on the method from which the student came to their conclusion. a. The jaws are made of cast iron and have removable faces of hardened tool steel. b. The machinist uses a small stationary holding device called the machinist’s bench vise to grip the work securely when performing bench operations. c. For a firmer grip on heavy work, serrated faces are usually inserted. d. In addition to the typical bench vise described here, there are many other varieties and sizes. e. It is essential for holding work pieces when filing, sawing, and clipping. f. A vise consists of a fixed jaw, a movable jaw, a screw, a nut fastened in the fixed jaw, and the handle by which the screw is turned to position the movable jaw. g. To protect soft metal or finished surfaces from dents and scratches, false lining jaws are
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2012 for the course BUS 435 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '12 term at Thomas Edison State.

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TWAlexSWA6 - Alex Swenda ENG-201-OL011 Writing Assignment 6...

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