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Guidelines for Problem Presentations in ESM 2104 An engineer is judged by the quality of the work produced. This work is usually in written form. The work must be easily followed by other individuals. It is imperative that each engineering student learn to communicate effectively by documenting clearly each step of all calculations. One of the goals of this course is to reinforce proper methods of presenting the solutions to engineering problems. This guide is intended to aid the student in achieving that goal. Your instructor may modify or add to the suggestions listed below. 1. Use only 8½” x 11" engineer’s computation pad paper - no legal sizes or pages torn from composition books. Use only the front sides of the pages. Upon completion of the problem set, place a staple (no paper clips or dog ears) in the upper left-had corner and write your name (last name first), course, and due date on the first page as shown on the sample problem. Put your name on each subsequent page.
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course ESM 2104 taught by Professor Slhendricks during the Fall '07 term at Virginia Tech.
- Fall '07