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INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION

 
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so you'd like to go to china
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closure dead
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could you find your way around those countries
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what you know that
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song walter means
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where to mr
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if she said
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chemokine matinee already apple
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happened i happily
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would you say
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let's go sister
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if you heard
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i know i'm and next to me
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could you choose a kind of sauce
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and invitation to the deaths
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greeting
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wooded so you for a loss
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if he knows you think it's fun
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janice teva unbearable navajo
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he will show you how it's done
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far-off land
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well alright so you're not going to any of those countries
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you're not going anywhere except to another class
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i wouldn't be too sure about
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one of these days
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almost before you know it
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you're going to leave this place
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if you're going to say to your friends
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and your school
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one of these days you are going to go out that door
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down the walk for the last time
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and into another world
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there's a big world who uh... there's a world
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over the world where work is done
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you'll be in the middle of it
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and you'll be on your own wondering how to get where you want to go chances are
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you don't know just get where you'll be what job you'll have what work you'll do
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maybe it's building you're lying
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and name
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again
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in maybe you'll have a small part in big scale production
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or maybe you'll fill the whole thing yourself
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you don't quite know where you fit in
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whether you will be the boss
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forget bossed around
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whether you'll be telling
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forgetting told
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yeah
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you don't know whether you will be the inventor
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or the parts makers
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the dreamer
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are the man who makes the dream come true
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are you going to build your buildings on paper
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well the job you do bt normals
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four-minute
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will you be in at the beginning of the work
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you don't know just yet
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of all the jobs and all the drafting rooms and all the shops and factories
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of all the jobs in the laboratory isn't that the machines and in the offices
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which will be doing
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but this much you do not
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somehow somewhere
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you're going to build something
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to do that you need to know the language of the building work
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you have to be able to write down on paper how high it is
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how wide
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what it looks like
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what it is made up
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this is the language of the drafting
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the language of the blue
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you need this language
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jamaican object as simple as this wooden block
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come out exactly the right size and shape
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without this language no complicated engineering project could be undertaken
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and suppose you were going to build a house
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without the language of the building world
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you and the architect might not understand each other
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there
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the architect of the contractor might go about the job in different ways
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the plumber and that happened during the mason would never be able to work
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together building the same time
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but in the language of the blueprint
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each of you knows exactly what the house will be a lot
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how many doors and windows in rooms that will happen
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the whole thing is clear
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so that nobody makes a mistake
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with this language you can't talk with other people who work in the world where
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things are going on
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demand that the drafting table communicates with the work and he has
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never seen
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this language coordinates the efforts of hundreds of people who work together
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guides the hand of the man who works alone
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this is the language of the engineers
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who creates a design out of nothing
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on the blueprint his story is told over and over
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for all the men who are going to make the product
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this is the language of the patternmaker who shapes the designed out of me
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the pattern has the language of the foundry
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where the wooden shape his test again and again in the form of national
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the blueprint is the language of the machine shop
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where the rough
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metal parts are finished to hare's breath exactly's
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because this languages accurate unclear
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refinished parks work together
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be blueprint describes how they should be assembled
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and the blueprint guarantees that they fit
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you need this language to find your way in the working world had a desperate
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drafting table or a machine
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you will have to be able to read and write this clear exact language that
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tells how things are made
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it isn't easy to learn
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but you can do it
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as this man did wants
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and this man too
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andy
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this is where you begin at the beginning
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taking it slow in your stride
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first things first
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angles and circles are easy
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you never had to learn more than the line at the time
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how far you follow
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what do you build
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or what part you play in the building
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his up to you to decide
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there are so many jobs you can do
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so many factories yet to be built
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and things to be made in the factory
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so many cars and buses not yet
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produced
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to go over the highways not yet constructed
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and over the bridge is still to be built
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so many rivers two strands and buildings to build
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and cities to play
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so many impossible things to achieve
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you have a journey to make into the working world
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this language will help you
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taken along when you go

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