ENGR195_Exam1_F09

ENGR195_Exam1_F09 - ENGINEERING 19500 Fall 2009 Exam 1...

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ENGINEERING 19500 Fall 2009 Exam 1 INSTRUCTIONS: Duration: 60 minutes Keep your eyes on your own work! Keep your work covered at all times! 1. Each student is responsible for following directions. Read carefully. 2. Excel commands are provided on the next page. 3. This exam consists of 14 questions on 8 pages (4 sheets front AND back). Check to be sure that you have all of the pages. 4. Write your name on the answer sheet . 5. Closed book and notes. 6. No calculators. 7. Please make sure you return the answer sheet (you may keep this booklet)
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ENGR 19500 Exam 1 Formula Sheet October 8, 2009 EXCEL Functions / Operators + - * / ^ = $ ABS AVERAGE COS EXP LN LOG10 MAX MIN PI SIN SQRT SUM TAN 2
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RECORD ALL ANSWERS ON THE ANSWER SHEET October 8, 2009 Problem #1 (5 points) Name your assigned teammates (include first and last name); spelling should be close. If any have been hard to reach, you should still know their names from trying to get them to participate. Problem #2 (5 points) List eight engineering disciplines in the College of Engineering at Purdue University. Problem #3 (5 points) While finalizing the citations list for a project, one of your teammates asks where you got some important information. You provide a URL (a web address), but your teammate finds that the link does not work. List three other pieces of information that you should send to your teammate. Problem #4 (5 points) During a planning session, a member of your team suggests that a topic of discussion should be put in the “issue bin”. What does this mean? [Circle only one] a) The idea should be written on a piece of paper and thrown into the wastebasket. b) The idea has no merit and should not be mentioned again. c) The idea should be recorded but discussed at a different time. d) The idea is important enough to rearrange the agenda to address it in the current meeting. Problem #5 (5 points) During the “norming” phase of team development: [Circle only one] a) The team starts to come to agreement on roles and procedures.
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