Oral Questions for WT6 and WT7 - EME 1226 ORAL ASSESSMENT...

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EME 1226 ORAL ASSESSMENT EXPERIMENT #3 (EXP 3.1 and EXP 3.2) Students have their grasp of the following tested: Knowledge base : the general knowledge about the terms, objects, devices and concepts concerning the experiment. (3 out of 10 marks) Observation skill : the ability to make deductions on what to do with the materials at hand and the ability to figure out how they function in order to come up with the methodology for the experiment. (3 out of 10 marks) Knowledge application: the ability to apply learned knowledge to come up with practical solutions to demands/needs/problems. (4 out of 10 marks, the most important portion) 1. Mention a couple of linear dimensions which can be measured, and the devices which measure them. (Assess: Knowledge base/Knowledge Application) 2. Why do we need to measure objects? (Assess: Observation/Knowledge Application) 3. State a few precautions which must be taken when using a micrometer. (Assess: Observation/Knowledge Application) 4. Is it recommended to use a sine bar to measure angles more than 45°?
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