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Final Exam. By Don Pimental. Me, Me, Me Its All About Me. Me project by Don Pimental. My Favorite things. Food is a big one, especially sweets I am addicted to them and meat. My dirt bike and 4 wheeler are one of the many things I enjoy doing.

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final exam

Final Exam

By Don Pimental

me me me its all about me

Me, Me, Me Its All About Me

Me project by Don Pimental

my favorite things
My Favorite things
  • Food is a big one, especially sweets I am addicted to them and meat.
  • My dirt bike and 4 wheeler are one of the many things I enjoy doing.
  • Xbox as it may seem is my all time favorite thing to do.
  • Shooting my bb Gun.
  • Playing air soft.
my favorite foods
My Favorite Foods
  • Cheese Cake
  • Sirloin Steak
  • Fried or regular Chicken (Dark meat)
  • Ham
  • Mac and Cheese
  • Ice Cream
  • Cookies and Brownies
my plan in life
My Plan In Life
  • I plan to graduate high school with mainly solid B’s and A’s.
  • Then I plan to start college while learning about car mechanics.
  • I plan on majoring in computer science and then learn about plumbing on the side.
  • I plan to be a computer programmer/technician and a plumber on the side.
fun facts about me
Fun Facts About me
  • I did a lot of sports in high school, I was on track, cross country, and did soccer.
  • I like to snowboard, ski, do stunts, ride bikes, and play all sports for fun.
  • Have a good job at a grocery store, which I am moving into the meat department = more hours.
  • This senior year I decided to kick back and not worry about sports.
my pet peeves
My Pet Peeves
  • I hate when people have just an ugly look on their face especially during a beautiful day.
  • I hate it when people fight all the time but then make up constantly.
  • I hate it when someone freaks out over something small.
  • I hate it when people bother me when I am in a bad mood or think I am in one.
all this represents me
All This Represents Me
  • I am not afraid to say what I like and dislike, so this who I am, this is me.
  • That’s my presentation thank you.
history of dirt bikes

History Of Dirt Bikes

By Don Pimental

who invented them
Who Invented Them?
  • Daimler and Maybach
  • Some attribute the invention of the dirt bike, or at least the most notable inspiration for what would become the modern day dirt bike to two German inventors named Gottlieb Daimler (yes, that Daimler) and Wilhelm Maybach. In 1885 these two men created a bike powered by gasoline, but it was much closer to a moped than an actual motorcycle. This dirt bike precursors was called a Reitwagen, which is German for "riding car."
  • Soichiro Honda
  • Honda is given the nod as the true inventor of the dirt bike as it applies to motocross racing. In the late 1950s and early 1960s Soichiro Honda transformed the motorcycle itself from something that only thugs and bikers were riding at the time into a more mainstream vehicle. Over time, as motorcycles became a daily part of the existence of more and more people, the urge to ride them off the street and toward fishing spots and picnic spots and other areas for social congregation became overwhelming. Although Honda was not the inventor of the dirt bike itself, his design improvements included a making suspension stronger and adding larger tires with improved tread patterns to increase traction like never before
how they became known and popular
How they became known and popular
  • By 1963 small Honda bikes started appearing on the backs of campers and RV’s.  People of all ages where buying these little bikes up by the truckloads.  Even retired folks who had never considered themselves bikers where using these little bike to get around campgrounds and to take through the woods to there favorite fishing hole.  Women where using these bikes to get back and forth from the market.  Children were using these little bikes to get back and forth to school. This is how trail bikes began and the rest is history!
why were they made
Why Were They Made?
  • Mainly off road services to be able to get to places cars or regular motorcycles could not go because of the design and size of the vehicle.
  • Dirt bikes could go almost any where a car couldnt and today they can be designed for the road and off road driving.
top dirt bikes created
Top Dirt Bikes Created
  • Honda CRF150R
  • Honda CRF450X
  • Kawasaki 450 Enduro
  • Kawasaki KLX110
  • Kawasaki KX250F
  • KTM 250XC-F
  • Suzuki RM-Z250
  • Yamaha PW50
  • Motocross Yamaha WR250F
highest speed recorded on a dirt bike
Highest Speed recorded on a Dirt Bike
  • "The most powerful dirt bikes have almost 150 horsepower and top speeds in excess of 185 miles per hour.
brands of bikes
Brands of bikes
  • Kawasaki
  • Honda
  • Yamaha
  • Suzuki
  • KTM
dirt bikes today
Dirt Bikes Today
  • Example KX450F Engine
works cited
Works Cited
  • Matt. "History of Dirt Bikes." Motocrossreview. Dirt Bike Reviews, 2011. Web. 29 Apr. 2011. <http://www.motocrossreview.com/content/view/367/56/>.
  • Sexton, Timothy. "Who Invented the Dirt Bike? | EHow.com." EHow | How to Videos, Articles & More - Trusted Advice for the Curious Life | EHow.com. Web. 29 Apr. 2011. <http://www.ehow.com/about_4706720_who-invented-dirt-bike.html>.
  • Chan, Jerry. "Speed of the Fastest Motorcycle." Hypertextbook.com. Glenn Elert, 2001. Web. 03 May 2011. <http://hypertextbook.com/facts/2001/JerryChan.shtml>.
first step
First Step
  • Make a rectangle or square shape
step two
Step Two
  • Use the curve line tool and draw a straight line any where in the box but it has to touch the sides or top and

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next step
Next Step
  • Click your on your mouse and move it to bend a line.
  • Continue to make these curve lines until you have five or six.
next step1
Next Step
  • You take the paint can in the left hand corner and select a color to fill in the white paces.
  • You save this picture and open a word document.
microsoft steps
Microsoft steps
  • Now you Insert the picture from file and left click on the image and put text wrapping to.
  • Behind text and you can move it freely.
next step2
Next Step
  • Copy that picture three times so you have four of the same picture take one of those images and flip it vertically in the format option and put it against the one on the bottom.
  • Take the other two on top and flip them horizontally and then flip the one on the left vertically as well and you should have your finally product.
shapes

Shapes

By Don Pimental

reflection
Reflection
  • This class was relatively educational towards computers, I did learn a lot of stuff using all of the word programs. Microsoft word and excel will definitely be useful to me when I go to college and help me with work as well. In this class I did like most of the projects except for the menu one. That one seemed unrealistic and for the most part a huge waste of time. Other than that project I thought this class was fairly easy and helped me learn more about computers so, it was an excellent class.
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