Princeton Engineering 11

Princeton Engineering 11 - If you are interested in...

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If you are interested in pursuing a B.S.E. (Bachelor of Science in Engineering) degree, please write an essay describing why you are interested in studying engineering, any experiences in or exposure to engineering you have had, and how you think the programs in engineering offered at Princeton suit your particular interests. Quantifying the Qualitative Plug in a few numbers. Press the Calculate button. And just like that, a number pops out, displaying your quarterback’s performance. 31.4? He had a bad day. 128.7? He put up a show. I would like to say that the NFL Quarterback Rating Formula precisely measures quarterback performance. But it doesn’t. The fundamental problem is two-fold. First, every element relevant towards quarterback performance must be included to produce a precise rating. Second, these predictors need to be perfectly quantified. The existing formula has several predictors that comprise a quarterback’s rating. However, the formula also lacks many other predictors like sacks and fumbles that are crucial towards
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2010 for the course AS 122 taught by Professor Sdf during the Spring '10 term at Vermont.

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