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Unformatted text preview: Eli Quinn TE 105 January 30, 2007 Bridge Project Essay When our group was instructed to build a bridge that would hold the largest amount of water possible from a suspended cup, ideas came flowing immediately. Throughout this experience I learned three main concepts: teamwork, personal cooperation, and time management skills. The biggest part of the success of our bridge was the group teamwork. Each of group member had to contribute to the building process in order for this project to come together. At first, we all brainstormed different ideas to come up with the best way possible to create the bridge. Then we heard there was a time limit which immediately put us into building mode. We divided the work into different sections so that the building process would go quicker. Each of the four parts to this creation played a huge part in the final product. I was assigned to build the two upright posts on each side. Each of us was able to contribute a vital part that would eventually turn our divided parts of the...
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