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Unformatted text preview: ENGINEERING 19500 Spring 2010 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 7 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. This means you can only use material that we provide you in this exam. 6. No calculators. 7. Please make sure you return the answer sheet (you may keep this booklet) ENGR 19500 Exam 1 Formula Sheet February 8, 2010 Statistics Equations = = n i i x x n s 1 2 2 ) ( 1 1 ( 29 1 1 2 1 2 2  = = = n n x x n s n i n i i i EXCEL Functions / Operators +  * / ^ = $ ABS AVERAGE COS EXP LN LOG10 MAX MIN PI SIN SQRT STDEV SUM TAN 2 ENGR 19500 Exam 1 RECORD ALL ANSWERS ON THE ANSWER SHEET February 8, 2010 Problem #1 (5 points) A common challenge in teams is not being well organized. Select 3 strategies from the list below that would be effective in helping a team become more organized. a. Assume the role of a Devils Advocate b. Establish a norm for being prepared for meetings c. Have a Time Keeper d. Impose consequences that the team has agreed to as part of team norms e. Use an issue bin to avoid distraction f. Use an agenda Problem #2 (5 points) Which of the following must actually be in the data set (e.g., is not calculated)? [Circle one] a. Mean b. Median c. Mode d. Standard deviation e. Variance Problem #3 (5 points) A parabola is described by the following equation. Using absolute and relative referencing, write the A parabola is described by the following equation....
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 Fall '10
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