Which example describes constant acceleration due ONLY to a change in direction?
A. increasing speed while traveling around a curve
B. an object at rest
C. traveling around a circular track
D. an object in free fall
... while moving in only one direction. Furthermore, acceleration as ... For example ... [ Acceleration describes the rate at which the speed of an object is increasing. For example, a ... www.ehow.com/about_5040289_linear-acceleration.html
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Is Ashworth College a legit Weegy:
NOTE: this is about Ashworth vocational certificate programs and not about their academic degree programs. [ I have different opinions on the two - they are very different animals.
I've heard bad things about Ashworth too - but never from anyone that actually took a class there themselves. Always some "friend of my friend's cousin's brother said."
I took a vocational program there and liked it just fine. The material was good, the customer service was all I needed, it was fine. And, it was cheap compared to most other places.
Legit? Yes, Ashworth is accredited by the DETC which is recognized by the US Dept. of Education and the CHEA as accredited. They aren't Harvard, Princeton, Yale, or even your local State U - but you knew that already.
You're going to hear that they're "a scam" because their credits won't transfer to your state U. Well, nobody's credits in medical transcription (or any other vocational certificate) will transfer to your State U either. It's not because it's Ashworth - it's because those courses aren't equal to university courses no matter where you take them.
The thing is, you don't need a vocational certificate for jobs at that level. What you need is experience. No amount of classwork will replace that need - so it's really hard to find a job in those fields without the experience. The vocational certificate simply gives you an edge over other people with no experience and it offers you some knowledge.
Some people think they can take this short course for a few hundred dollars and they'll immediately find a job paying $50+ an hour (or can make millions working from home on their computer in their spare time) and that's just simply not realistic. Ashworth never promises any such thing but then these people call them "a scam".
is the occupational outlook handbook entry on the profession. The middle income for that job is $12-17 per hour. That means half make more and half make less. You guessed it, beginners starting out make less. ] Auto answered|Score 1
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