Study guide for test two (prac test two-squares)

Study guide for - Square Test 1 What we see is a the problem b the result c the context d the cause 2 Each design is understood by the user by a

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Square Test 1. What we see is: a. the problem b. the result c. the context d. the cause 2. Each design is understood by the user by: a. trying the design b. relating the design to a similar design c. being told what the designer is supposed to mean d. by intuition 3. Identify one reason why people don't like problem solving a. the payback is too low b. the risk is too high c. there is too much competition d. opportunities are few 4. One way to know you have done a good job is when: a. you receive a promotion b. when people express their amazement at what you have done c. when people say, "of course, what took you so long?" d. when you receive a patent 5. Without options: a. stress increases b. decision-making is impossible c. both of the above 6. The eastern point of view attempts to: a. break the problem down into smaller parts b. find what bigger problem this problem is part of c. look at the problem from the environmental point of view 7. The amount of time you give to solving a problem is dependant on: a. time available b. the amount of money avalible c. your skill level in problem solving d. legal considerations 8. Your data sources should include: a. logical data b. emotional data c. spiritual data d. all of the above 9. In organizing and synthesizing data, the emphasis is on: a. quantity b. quality c. both 10. Every problem has: a. only one controlling factor b. multiple controlling factors c. conflicting controlling factors 11. One of the predominate methods for organizing is a. grouping b. shaping c. timing d. importance e. color
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12. The block diagram describes all but the following: a. cost b. relative size c. relationships
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2008 for the course IDES 101 taught by Professor Dr.v during the Fall '07 term at Michigan State University.

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Study guide for - Square Test 1 What we see is a the problem b the result c the context d the cause 2 Each design is understood by the user by a

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