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thought carefully about the project, and that you are beginning to develop
some intuition about the business aspects of the situation.
Do not worry if your team does not yet have an effective way to solve or
even to attack the project. This ability will come as you study the computer
and mathematical tools. In particular, you should NOT try to “read ahead”
in a rushed attempt to study the tools. The preliminary report should be
based upon study of the problem, your common sense, and business
Since the report will be brief, your team must be well organized. Any use
of PowerPoint or Excel should be kept at a very simple level.
(material ends) S Studying
Student Projects.tudying the Tools The Tools STUDYING THE TOOLS
To keep your team’s work on track, the final homework problem in most
sections requires that you apply the given tool to your team project.
Successful completion of these steps assures you that you are making
satisfactory progress toward your report.
Occasionally a team may head off in an inappropriate or completely
wrong direction while working on its project. This can become a major
problem if it is not discovered until the team is making its final report. For
this reason it is usually wise for a team to discuss its conclusions with their
instructor, prior to the report day.
All mathematical and computer tools that will be needed for your project
solution will be presented prior to the final section in each project. These
concluding sections are substantial examples which use the earlier tools in
much the same ways that you will use them in your project solutions.
You should use the study time during the final example to complete work
on your team’s project.
Menu (material ends) C I Student Projects. Oral Reports
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from a final report. Click on the pictures to view
short excerpts from final
PowerPoint presentations. Team 4
Three Amigos Co. Marketing Analysis
Carlos Othon Ty c o on Oi l
James Rohret FINAL ORAL REPORT
When all needed tools have been studied, each team will give a final
report. This is to be...
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2010 for the course ECE 220 taught by Professor Strickland during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.
- Spring '08