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  • 1998-2001 Honda Accord trans, easy question?

    Can you use a 1999-2001 Honda Accord transmission on a 1998 Honda Accord?

    2 AnswersHonda6 years ago
  • Thank you Letter after interview?

    I had a job interview for a position and interviewed separately with four different people within that department, one of them being the Vice President for the department. Now, I have all the emails (through the HR), but I am unsure who to send a thank you email to.

    If I send each interviewer, than I will need to change each letter. I was thinking of just sending one to the VP, because the others work under her on the same team (except one). Would this be appropriate?

    I made sure to thank each interviewer after my interview in person.

    What do you think is the best approach?

    Thanks

    1 AnswerOther - Careers & Employment7 years ago
  • Thank You letter after interview...who to sent to?

    I had a job interview for a position and interviewed separately with four different people within that department, one of them being the Vice President for the department. Now, I have all the emails (through the HR), but I am unsure who to send a thank you email to.

    If I send each interviewer, than I will need to change each letter. I was thinking of just sending one to the VP, because the others work under her on the same team (except one). Would this be appropriate?

    I made sure to thank each interviewer after my interview in person.

    What do you think is the best approach?

    Thanks

    3 AnswersEtiquette7 years ago
  • Refusing handshake politely...is this appropriate?

    I have a job interview coming up soon, and due to religious beliefs, I do not shake hands with men. Please note that this is in no way meant as an act of disrespect, and this does not mean I cannot work with men in a business setting.

    I am meeting with a team of workers and I'm not sure if there will be men there (although the HR recruiter is a male and I will meet him), but I want to avoid any awkward situations and I don't want to offend anyone. Previously, I just place my right hand on my chest, nod my head, and say (with a smile) something along the lines of "Sorry, but I can't shake hands due to religious reasons."

    I received an email from the HR to confirm my interview time/location. I was thinking of sending him an email notifying him of this, just something simple like "I am looking forward to meeting all of you. I just wanted to let you know ahead of time that, due to religious reasons, I do not shake hands with men. I mean no disrespect at all and hope that you understand." Would this be a good idea or a wrong move? I don't want it to seem like a big deal, but I don't want to offend anyone. Should I just go with the flow and deal with things as they come?

    Any advice is appreciated.

    Please don't tell me to just shake hands, because I prefer to be honest about my beliefs.

    Thank You.

    3 AnswersOther - Careers & Employment7 years ago
  • Refusing handshake...is this appropiate?

    I have a job interview coming up soon, and due to religious beliefs, I do not shake hands with men. Please note that this is in no way meant as an act of disrespect, and this does not mean I cannot work with men in a business setting.

    I am meeting with a team of workers and I'm not sure if there will be men there (although the HR recruiter is a male and I will meet him), but I want to avoid any awkward situations and I don't want to offend anyone. Previously, I just place my right hand on my chest, nod my head, and say (with a smile) something along the lines of "Sorry, but I can't shake hands due to religious reasons."

    I received an email from the HR to confirm my interview time/location. I was thinking of sending him an email notifying him of this, just something simple like "I am looking forward to meeting all of you. I just wanted to let you know ahead of time that, due to religious reasons, I do not shake hands with men. I mean no disrespect at all and hope that you understand." Would this be a good idea or a wrong move? I don't want it to seem like a big deal, but I don't want to offend anyone. Should I just go with the flow and deal with things as they come?

    Any advice is appreciated.

    Please don't tell me to just shake hands, because I prefer to be honest about my beliefs.

    Thank You.

    9 AnswersOther - Cultures & Groups7 years ago
  • Refusing handshake...would this be appropiate?

    I have a job interview coming up soon, and due to religious beliefs, I do not shake hands with men. Please note that this is in no way meant as an act of disrespect, and this does not mean I cannot work with men in a business setting.

    I am meeting with a team of workers and I'm not sure if there will be men there (although the HR recruiter is a male and I will meet him), but I want to avoid any awkward situations and I don't want to offend anyone. Previously, I just place my right hand on my chest, nod my head, and say (with a smile) something along the lines of "Sorry, but I can't shake hands due to religious reasons."

    I received an email from the HR to confirm my interview time/location. I was thinking of sending him an email notifying him of this, just something simple like "I am looking forward to meeting all of you. I just wanted to let you know ahead of time that, due to religious reasons, I do not shake hands with men. I mean no disrespect at all and hope that you understand." Would this be a good idea or a wrong move? I don't want it to seem like a big deal, but I don't want to offend anyone. Should I just go with the flow and deal with things as they come?

    Any advice is appreciated.

    Please don't tell me to just shake hands, because I prefer to be honest about my beliefs.

    Thank You.

    12 AnswersReligion & Spirituality7 years ago
  • MS in Computer Science or Software Engineering?

    I recently graduated with a B.S. in Mathematics (minor in applied statistics). I'm looking into a Master's program, and I'm considering an MS in Computer Science or in Software Engineering.

    Other than the one computer science course (C++) I took in undergrad, I don't really have programming experience but I'm planning to learn on my own.

    Given my undergrad degree, I'm afraid this will put me at a disadvantage if I choose SWE. Which degree is more flexible and has greater job opportunities?

    Also, I started with C++, should I continue learning this language or start with something simpler? I heard Java is easier.

    Any help is appreciated.

    Thanks.

    1 AnswerTechnology7 years ago
  • MS in Computer Science or Software Engineering?

    I recently graduated with a B.S. in Mathematics (minor in applied statistics). I'm looking into a Master's program, and I'm considering an MS in Computer Science or in Software Engineering.

    Other than the one computer science course (C++) I took in undergrad, I don't really have programming experience but I'm planning to learn on my own.

    Given my undergrad degree, I'm afraid this will put me at a disadvantage if I choose SWE. Which degree is more flexible and has greater job opportunities?

    Also, I started with C++, should I continue learning this language or start with something simpler? I heard Java is easier.

    Any help is appreciated.

    Thanks.

  • Online islamic dream interpretation?

    Is the website myislamicdream.com legit? It has a bunch of interpretations of things but I'm not sure if it's correct to take from an online source

    1 AnswerRamadan7 years ago
  • What could this be? Kind of embarrassing...?

    So this is kind of embarrassing, but I wanted some input. For a while now, I've noticed after having a bowel movement, there is this soft lump inside my anus. I haven't looked at it but felt it. I notice it especially after straining.

    Now, it's not painful and there hasn't been any blood in my stool. I'm not sure what it could be. Can it be a hemorrhoid even though it's painless? Does anyone have any guesses as to what it can possibly be? I'm 21 years old btw.

    Thanks.

    5 AnswersOther - Diseases7 years ago
  • Shaking hands with males in the business world?

    I got a summer position at a local company. I have a minor issue that I was hoping to get some advice on: I am Muslim and so I don't shake the hands of males; I know that this is a common practice in the business world. How can I avoid the awkwardness associated with this without offending anyone? I usually just place my hand on my chest, apologize, and explain that it's a religious thing...is this acceptable? I do not want to offend anyone and this practice is not meant to be offensive. Please no immature/rude answers, I don't mind working with men professionally I just don't have any physical contact. Thanks

    4 AnswersReligion & Spirituality7 years ago
  • Breaking out more than usual?

    My face has been itching me a bit, and breaking out worse than usual. I'm not sure if my skin is too dry or too oily. I use Curel and i've never had problems with it before. Could it be the weather? It has gotten warmer.

    1 AnswerSkin Conditions7 years ago
  • Statistics project idea?

    I need to do an experiment for stats and analyze the data, I need to impose some type of treatment. I want something simple but interesting, any ideas?

    Thanks

    1 AnswerMathematics8 years ago
  • Have the flu...going to miss school?

    My body really hurts, I can barely walk due to the pain in my legs. My fever was 102.8 earlier, and when the doctor tested me, turns out I have the flu. The doctor said I can't go to school for 5 days, but the thing is I have a quiz tomorrow. What should I do? Do you think they'll cut me some slack? I'm a university student, by the way.

    2 AnswersInfectious Diseases8 years ago
  • International versions of textbooks...ethical?

    I have found a much cheaper version of a textbook I need for school. I have looked up international versions, and read about what international versions are but I feel it's unethical. Am I right in thinking this? I know it's not technically illegal, but my conscious is killing me.

    1 AnswerReligion & Spirituality8 years ago
  • Continuous functions and dense subset proof...?

    Let f and g be continuous functions from a metric space X into a metric space Y. Let S be a dense subset of X. Prove that f(S) is dense in f(X).

    How should I approach this? Thank you.

    3 AnswersMathematics8 years ago
  • What do you think of this piece I wrote?

    There were times when the struggle was endless.

    When the light at the end of the tunnel was exceptionally dim.

    But I held through.

    And when I fell, I picked myself up.

    Again and again.

    And when things that were once strong fell apart and broke,

    I picked up the pieces.

    I kept them.

    Because I didn’t care that they weren’t together anymore,

    I just wanted them with me.

    And that’s all that mattered.

    And I held through.

    Because I knew that the light at the end of the tunnel will glow brighter.

    And I wanted to see it shine.

    And I wanted the broken pieces with me-

    To see that light too.

    Even though they were weaker.

    There was something within me that grew stronger.

    Urging me to continue.

    To not give up.

    Because there was hope.

    And the light at the end of the tunnel shined brighter.

    And I held my broken pieces tighter.

    Even though they were weaker.

    And I grew stronger.

    And the light shined brighter-

    As I grew stronger.

    Any feedback is appreciated, thanks.

    1 AnswerPoetry8 years ago
  • Car following me...what should I do?

    I was coming back home from school this evening, and it was dark out. So I was at a red light, and the truck in the lane next to me stands next to me, even though there is a lot of room to move up. So I look to my left, and some guy was gesturing with his hands, I think he was saying "come here". Anyway, it freaked me out, so I continued driving, and it was like he wanted to drive the same pace I was. I then turned into a local street, and I saw him ahead of me a bit changing into my lane. I just drive off, and tried to get home as quick as possible. I have never experienced something like that, it really freaked me out. What is the best course of action to take when in such a situation?

    Thanks.

    8 AnswersLaw Enforcement & Police8 years ago
  • Numerical Analysis and Real Analysis in one semester?

    Is that a good idea? I'm taking Applied Regression Analysis, Computer Science 1, and an elective as well.

    1 AnswerMathematics8 years ago
  • Taking 5 classes, should I work part time?

    I'm planning on taking 5 classes this upcoming Fall semester. I'm a math major and these are the courses i'm signed up for:

    Real Analysis 1

    Computer Science1 w/lab

    Applied Regression Analysis

    Economic Statistics

    Marketing Principles and Policies

    I am unsure whether I should accept a part-time job, about 20 hours a week, at a school. I'm hesitant because this job will require some preparation ahead of time.

    Should I just stick with classes and not work?

    Thanks

    4 AnswersOther - Careers & Employment8 years ago