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Transcript: 609 E 10th St, Greenville NC, 27858 Eastern Carolina Architecture & Related Programs Arts, Visual & Performing Business, Management, & Marketing Communications & Journalism Computer & Information Sciences Education Engineering Technologies Health Professions & Clinical Sciences Law & Legal Studies Liberal Arts & Sciences Mechanic & Repair Technologies Personal & Culinary Services Public Administration & Services Security & Protective Services Campus Recreation and Wellness Clubs $1.50 per hour, $12.00 Maximum The student activity fee is not charged for the summer term. Student services/student affairs ~15 Pirate meal to be used in the retail locations per semester ~Unlimited access to continuous dining locations. ~Includes $450 pirate bucks ~5 Guest passes to bring a friend or family member to the dining halls ~COST: $1,800 each semester East Carolina University Student Health Service; A primary healthcare facility "ecu" $72.00 PER CREDIT HOUR, IN-STATE The Purple 15 Meal Plan; DEGREE REQUIREMENTS student activity fee- location Gaston Community college $264.OO PER CREDIT, OUT-OF-STATE Center For Counseling and Student Development Population programs offered- The estimated annual cost for books and supplies is $1,220. In 2012, the number of students enrolled was 26,947 College Tours Total Cost Per Year: $15,851 $3,959 a year for in state residents (37% cheaper then other 4-year colleges) For 4 years, The total tuition will be around $12,305. The school charges an additional "other" fee of $2,184. Brining the annual tuition to $6,143. On campus room and board is provided by the school at a cost of $8,488 per year FC:EN = English FC:HU = Humanities FC:EX = Exercise and Sport Science FC:MA = Mathematics FC:FA = Fine Arts FC:SC = Science FC:HL = Health FC:SO = Social Science technology fee- tuition- Required Core courses Electives Once you arrive on campus, you will first meet with an admissions counselor in the Whichard Building—home of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. You will then embark on a guided campus tour led by a current ECU student who will gladly answer questions you may have along the way. Campus tours are held at 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., Monday-Friday. To register, log in to www.ecu.edu or call (252) 328-6640. ..... Meal Plans Books & Fees Tuition Adult Education Association(AEA) Collegiate Middle Level Association (CMLA) Counselor Education Association (CEA) ECU Chapter (Gamma) of NC Council of Teachers of Mathematics Elementary Education Club Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education Phi Delta Kappa Science Education Association (SEA) Student North Carolina Association of Educators (SNCAE) Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC) www.ecu.edu/cs-dhs/bsomstudentaffairs/2014M4Electives.cfm Technology Fee: $1 per credit hour up to 16 credits Pics

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Transcript: dd/mm/yyyy Around the World Q&a Day of flight 1 The day of the flight the tickets had been paid for at a price of 373$ we fly to ecuador for 6 hours and 44 minutes do to roll over in pittsburgh upon arrival we take a taxi to alvaro's grandpa's house which was 10 minutes which cost about 12 dollars with tip we stay in relax and eat homecooked meals. Second day 2 the first full day we spend in Ecuador we wake up in the morning and eat breakfast that has been homemade. After that we rent a SUV for 17 dollars a day from alamo for 3 days we then travel to Cuenca we have to fill the tank once which cost 17.60 we then travel to the old cathedral which is basically a religious museum and then we went to the new cathedral neither of which cost money we buy some street vendor hotdogs and corn which cost about 16 dollars total 3 Third Day On the second day we wake up and eat at a seafood place by the popular beach known as Salinas beach and the total cost of the food was 42.99. After that we head out to the beach and start getting in the beautiful beach. We stay there all day and around 8 pm we head out to eat at a restaurant and it was 50 for the total cost. Then we head home and go to sleep. Fourth day On the third full day we go to the city that holds the middle of the world. The halfway mark in the world. We eat inside the city at a restaurant and pay 37.00. After we head out to the famous plaza and museum. We took a tour of the plaza and found out many interesting things. It cost 5.00 per person to get in the museum. After, we head out home and eat the leftovers and get ready to go back to the USA. 4 Question time

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Transcript: Director Jaeger Baltimore Police Department Evidence Control ECU In & Out ECU In & Out The visible ECU Items are "received" at the Counter inside Headquarters (HQ) All case information is provided by the submitting/responsible member on a Form 56 and entered into "Ace/Winace" (evidence tracking software) In In Items are stored based on their classification - there are four general types: General Property Money & Jewelry* Firearms* Controlled Dangerous Substances* *Sensitive Items Classification Classification Once Accepted By ECU, general property is temporarily stored behind the receiving counter. It may be moved to another location within ECU HQ facility or to the offsite warehouse depending on the type of evidence/property, size, and expected need. General Property General Property Money & Jewelry are deposited into the "Money Mailbox" to be collected by Money Vault Personnel. Money & Jewelry Money & Jewelry Generally - Firearms and Firearms related evidence are deposited into the "Firearms Mailbox" to be collected by Firearms Vault personnel. Firearms Firearms Items that are too large to fit into the firearms mailbox are stored behind the receiving counter and moved to the firearms vault the next business day. Controlled Dangerous Substances (CDS) Controlled Dangerous Substances (CDS) All CDS and some CDS related evidence is deposited into the "CDS" mailbox to be collected by Drug Analysis Unit Personnel. Items are only released from ECU in the following instances: Requested for Court (Evidence) Requested for Continued Investigation Internal (e.g. BPD) External - (e.g. USAO, ATF, FBI, etc.) Disposal Court Order Returned To Customer (RTC) Destroyed Auction Converted to Departmental Use Out Out Items needed for court generally must be requested 48 hours in advance. This is due to the possibility of having to locate and recover property from multiple locations and/or sensitive areas. The requesting member must present a subpoeana and departmental ID to ECU personnel. Winace is updated to reflect that the member has removed the property from ECU. That member is now responsible for its custody until it is returned to ECU. Court Court Items may be requested by BPD members for an ongoing investigation. Investigations may be internal or external. Custody of items removed from ECU is transferred to the member (Winace) and the receiving member is responsibile for the items integrity and safekeeping until it is returned to ECU. Any opened items must be verified and a memo describing the circumstances must accompany the returned item. Continued Investigation Continued Investigation Disposal refers to the final disposition of Evidence/Property. Disposal is only authorized when: The Responsible Officer of record has authorized it, and The court records have been checked for any pending activity. Disposal Disposal Controlled Dangerous Substances (CDS - Drugs) CDS CDS Once items are received at the counter, the submitting officer places the sealed package into a secure, limited access, temporary storage container (mailbox). This mailbox is maintained by the Drug Analysis Unit. Authorized DAU personnel recover the CDS and remove it to the Lab. The location change is made in Winace. In In Drug Analysis Unit At the Lab, a determination is made whether or not the case will be analyzed. Once analyzed or if no analysis is to be completed, items are returned to ECU, directly to ECU drug vault personnel. Drug Vault Personnel receive the items noting the transfer and location change in Winace. CDS is then stored in the secured, limited access Drug Vault until it is needed or can be disposed of. Drug Analysis Unit CDS items are only released to: The responsible officer for court purposes; The drug analysis unit for additional/supplemental analysis or re-testing; An authorized outside agency for analysis, or continued investigation/prosecution; or to be disposed of. NO CDS IS EVER RETURNED Out Out Any substance (commonly illicit or prescription drugs) which has been scheduled by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). These substances are scheduled (I – V) based on the accepted medical use, likelihood of diversion, and potential for abuse or addiction. What is CDS? What is CDS? DEA Classifications Drugs, substances, and certain chemicals used to make drugs are classified into five (5) distinct categories or schedules depending upon the drug’s acceptable medical use and the drug’s abuse or dependency potential. The abuse rate is a determinate factor in the scheduling of the drug; for example, Schedule I drugs have a high potential for abuse and the potential to create severe psychological and/or physical dependence. As the drug schedule changes-- Schedule II, Schedule III, etc., so does the abuse potential-- Schedule V drugs represents the least potential for abuse. A Listing of drugs and their schedule are located at Controlled Substance Act (CSA) Scheduling or CSA Scheduling by Alphabetical Order. These lists describes the basic

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Transcript: One of the fist uses of electronic engine management Other parameters that are often mappable are: Ignition Timing: Rev. limit: Water temperature correction: Transient fueling: Closed loop lambda: Wastegate control: Staged injection Some of the more advanced standalone/race ECUs include functionality such as launch control, operating as a rev limiter while the car is at the starting line to keep the engine revs in a 'sweet spot', waiting for the clutch to be released to launch the car as quickly and efficiently as possible. Flashing" the chip involves electronically erasing the read only program and replacing it with new, updated information (the engine control 'map'). Typically, when an ECU is flashed, a new map is provided that allows the engine to run 'hotter,' providing more Horsepower, altered valve timing, etc. This often makes the car faster, but can decrease its reliability and durability. What can a faulty ECU do to a car? Or buy a new one Easier Design and Manufacturing Simplified Wiring Safety, Comfort and Convenience-airbags and ABS This can make it easier for technicians to diagnose problems with the car, especially intermittent problems, which are notorious for disappearing as soon as you bring the car in for repairs. Hybrid digital/analog designs were popular in the mid 1980s "Kommandogerät" These units do not have a fixed behavior and can be reprogrammed by the user Points and condenser Then a system that used a look-up table stored in a digital ROM chip to yield precomputed output values was used How does it work What can it do ? Control of Air/Fuel ratio Control of ignition timing Control of idle speed Control of variable valve timing Electronic valve control Controlling the engine is the most processor-intensive job on your car, and the engine control unit (ECU) is the most powerful computer on most cars. The ECU uses closed-loop control, a control scheme that monitors outputs of a system to control the inputs to a system, managing the emissions and fuel economy of the engine (as well as a host of other parameters). Used when a significant aftermarket modifications has been made to a vehicle's engine like adding turbo chargers, exhaust systems A Bit of History Advantages of using ECU'S BMW used this in 1939 for their 14 Cylinder radial aviation engine A big benefit of having a electronic communications in a car is that each module can communicate faults to a central module, this stores the faults and can communicate them to an off-board diagnostic tool. Today ECUs use a microprocessor which can process the inputs from the engine sensors in real time Thanks for watching There can be many different symptoms that can arise from a ECU that has failed. Misfires, low power, engine surges , rough idle, non-starting, poor fuel economy, are just a few Programmable ECUs ECU engine control unit Before emissions laws were enacted, it was possible to build a car engine without microprocessors Advanced Diagnostics

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