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ENGR 111-804/5/6 Test 1 Points Recapture Fall, 2009 Due Monday, November 9 Students may recapture some of the points lost on Test 1. The method that we will use in ENGR 111 Sections 804 through 806 is slightly different from some other sections, but will result in improvement in study habits. 1. To recapture 1.5 points for each 3 point multiple choice question missed, students must: a. Find the paragraphs in the ENGR 111 book that relate most closely to each question missed, and make a list of these (chapter number, section number and page number) as a table. b. Find the PowerPoint slides which relate most closely to each question missed and add these to the table. c. Write a paragraph describing why the best multiple choice answer is correct and why remainder of the choices are incorrect. 2. To recapture half of the points lost for each of the two
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Unformatted text preview: workout problems , students must: a. Find the example problem in the ENGR 111 book that is most similar to the workout problem. Copy this problem and its solution onto your paper. b. Find the PowerPoint slide that has the example problem most like the workout problem. Copy this problem and its solution onto your paper. c. Find the homework problem in the book that is most similar to the workout problem. Make sure that it is not one that has been previously assigned and turned in. Solve this problem. 3. Append the test (including the Scantron results) to your paper. NOTES: There will be no partial credit awarded for each problem that a student attempts to improve. If the test materials are not appended, the assignment will not be graded and no points will be recaptured....
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2011 for the course ENGR 111 taught by Professor Walker during the Fall '07 term at Texas A&M.

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