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Accomplish these... ... without violating these ... ... scored as follows ... Simplified requirements model Lecture 6
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358 pages Needs Specifications ! metric + value ! “language of the customer” ! at least; at most; between; exactly; ! {} 19 pages on “Identifying Customer Needs” 27 pages on “Product Specifications” Metric = real, objective, standard of measurement Value Lecture 8
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Fatalities when vehicle is impacted by a frozen chicken (integer number; smaller is better) Speed at which a front-front impact with a pedestrian is fatal (km/h; larger is better) scored as follows Cost per vehicle ! $100 Hotness must be less than 10,000 Scovilles Hotness must be at least 500 Scovilles More hotness is preferred
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Task Rubric – The Doppler Effect Expectations* 3 3 1 2 Criteria demonstrates an under- standing of the Doppler effect in Appendix B demonstrates an under- standing of the Doppler effect in the explanation to the sister effectively applies skills and strategies of scientific inquiry in designing the experiment, as shown in the experimental design chart effectively applies skills and strategies of scientific inquiry to interpret data table(s) and graph(s) Level 1 demonstrates limited understanding of the Doppler effect in Appendix B demonstrates limited understanding of the Doppler effect in the expla- nation to the sister applies scientific skills and strategies with lim- ited effectiveness in designing the experiment applies scientific skills and strategies with lim- ited effectiveness to inter- pret data table(s) and graph(s) Level 2 demonstrates some understanding of the Doppler effect in Appendix B demonstrates some understanding of the Doppler effect in the expla- nation to the sister applies scientific skills and strategies with some effectiveness in designing the experiment applies scientific skills and strategies with some effectiveness to interpret data table(s) and graph(s) Level 3 demonstrates consider- able understanding of the Doppler effect in Appendix B demonstrates consider- able understanding of the Doppler effect in the expla- nation to the sister applies scientific skills
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