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Name: ANSWER KEY Problem #1 (4 points) Which of the following is not explicitly a fundamental canon within the Codes of Ethics for Engineers? Clearly circle the letter of your response. A. Avoid deceptive acts. B. Perform services only in area of your competence. C. Test your engineering solutions before presenting them to your clients. D. Act for each employer or client as faithful agents or trustees. E. All are fundamental canons within the Codes of Ethics. Problem #2 (4 points) Which of the following is an example of behavior that may result in your name being sent to the Dean of Students for cheating? Clearly circle the letter of your response. A. You look at a fellow student’s homework without that student’s permission after she threw an extra copy of her answers in the lab’s recycling bin. B. You give another student your Classroom Performance System Response Pad to answer questions on your behalf while you are out of town. C. You view and do not report that another student changing their test answers after grading; this resulted in the student receiving extra points. D. All of the above. Problem #3 (4 points) The five stages of team development are forming, storming, norming, performing, and adjourning. Which stage relates to the use of a Code of Cooperation? Write the name of this stage on the line provided. Justify your answer. Name the stage: ___________ Justify your answer: The stage the explanation must match in one of the following ways: Forming – A COC is something that is written when a team first gets together Storming - a COC is a set of rules used to help teams get past personal and team conflicts Norming (cohesion) – A COC is an agreement on procedures; reduction in role ambiguity, revision of the Code of Cooperation is based upon current experience, and increased “we-feeling” Performing – A COC is used to maintain a team a peak performance All stages – COC is a living document for the team Problem #4 (2 points) Your homework grade represents 20% of your overall course grade in ENGR 126. Clearly circle your response. True False Problem #5 (2 points) Alyssa Feliciano is the ENGR 126 Lab Coordinator. Clearly circle your response. True False 3
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Name: ANSWER KEY Problem #6 (6 points) Of the four team member roles discussed in your lecture notes, write which is responsible for each of the following activities. Write the team member role on the line provided. A. Preparing the agenda and coordinating the dates and times of meetings B. Guaranteeing that all members of the team participate in team conversations C. Preparing an action list of items of assigned team responsibilities Problem #7 (4 points) Define what an open-ended problem is.
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