Asian’s Are The Leading Immigrants To U.S.

The Leading Immigrants Are Asian

In spite of what people say, the United States is still one of the top destinations for people around the world. We know that minorities will become a majority in the United States soon, but Asians are leading the race to the U.S.

Asian's Are The Leading ImmigrantsThe study, called “The Rise of Asian Americans” and released on Tuesday, reveals that Asian-Americans also have the highest income, are the best educated and are the fastest-growing racial group in America.

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Realities of 4 Cylinder Vs 6 Cylinder Cars

4 Cylinder Vs 6 Cylinder Comparison

We all know that the 6 cylinder engine in one of the best ever made. The 6 cylinder engine offers you the best compromise. It delivers good power and fuel economy.

4 Cylinder Vs 6 Cylyinder, honda accordThe four cylinder engines offer great fuel economy but lack power. One 4 cylinder sedan that I could think of that is pretty fast is the Nissan Altima. The eight cylinder engines perform great, but at a high fuel cost.

Four cylinder engines actually outsell all other options in the US right now.  Take the Honda Accord for example, 82% of their sales are 4 cylinder models.

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YMN Multiple Choice Test Taking Technique

How To Take A Multiple Choice Test

When taking a multiple choice test where the answer choices have you stumped, all you have to do is eliminate the bad answers. This is where my YMN multiple choice test taking technique comes in.

Here’s what to do, on a separate piece of paper. Write down the question number and next to it write Y,M and N. These letters stand for yes, maybe and no. Here is what it should look like.

Y –
M-
N-

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Tool to Make Acronyms, Words From Letters

If you studying for a class or certification, I found a cool to to make words from the letters in your list. You can use the tool on Word-Grabber.com.

Here is my example. I have a list to remember, “Fallicies of Presumption, Ambiguity, and Grammatical Analogy”

  • Begging the question
  • Complex question
  • False dichotomy
  • Suppressed evidence
  • Equivocation
  • Amphiboly
  • Composition
  • Division

That’s a good little list there. While you can memorize it, I would advise that you create an acronym to better remember the terms.

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