What was the relationship like between the NativeAmerican and the Settlers in Virginia?
After reading First Hand Accounts of Virginia, 1607-1608
From the Virtual Jamestown Project
Excerpts of the writings of Capt. John smith
I have to answer that question but I don’t understand the reading.
Suggestion by Chris
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I want to learn about auto engineering but im too young for college?
Hi, im currently in high school and im very interested in cars and what’s really under the hood.
Is there any way i can learn about as in reading and hands on? Also my school doesn’t offer any activities such as any type of engineering.
Thanks in Advance.
Suggestion by The Bull
For any engineering field you are required to take calculus classes. Definitely take as many high level math courses as possible while you’re in high school. Get as much intern experience as you can. Apply for summer internships when you can.
A mechanical engineer would deal with cars so that should be your engineering field of choice. Be prepared for a lot of classes about HVAC systems in college.
Suggestion by gatorbait
College courses in engineering won’t teach you what’s under the hood of an auto.
What you need is to get a few books from the library that deal with auto mechanics to show you what is under the hood.
Go to your public library and check out a repair manual for a Ford or Chevrolet auto and it will teach you all you need to know.
there are also many textbooks available for purchase in your local bookstores that show all you need to know.
Many high schools offer courses in auto machanics.
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