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the class, each team will be told how to
obtain the details of its particular project.
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I Student Projects. Projects & Projects: page 2
Teams & Teams
Immediately after projects are introduced, teams give preliminary oral
reports. The class then develops and studies both mathematical and computer
tools that will lead to sound business decisions, and will assist in project
Focus on the Project sections follow work on most of the tools. These
show how the given concepts apply to the Class Project. Homework
problems ask each team to make the corresponding applications to its own
The Class Project is solved completely in the final Focus on the Project
section. Student teams prepare both oral and written final reports. These
emphasize the use of mathematics in their business decisions.
Following the solution of the Class Project, we present an additional
application of the project tools. These illustrate the use of the new concepts in
a business setting that is completely different from that of the Class Project.
Study of these “shadow projects” is optional. They may be used as reading
assignment, or covered in the classroom while teams prepare their final repots
on the Team Projects.
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preliminary report. PRELIMINARY REPORT
Shortly after a project is introduced each team will give a brief oral
preliminary report on its project. After introducing its members to the class, a
team will give a description of the team’s particular project, a discussion of the
problem, and tentative decisions on the main project questions.
The preliminary report should clearly indicate that your team has started
to function as a problem solving group. It should also...
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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