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e. Fairy and accurately judging the planes based on the capability of the planes rather than factoring in who flies the plane. This way the best plane will always win. 2. Individual Problem Statement The client, Twin Cities Aviation, requires a new judging process that helps determine the best model airplane in a model airplane competition. The key criteria are to develop a fair and impartial way to decide which planes should be the winners of both awards while maintaining the contest rules. 3. Problem Scoping Round #2 – Ask questions to gather the information you will need to solve the problem Page 1 of 4

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ENGR 131 A5: Airplane Rodeo – Engineering Journal Fall 2017 Individual Solution My Questions Answers How does one formulate an equation for fairness? Fairness must be defined by the engineering team, so whatever that may mean in the context of the competition is how it should be defined. By accuracy do you mean accuracy and precision or just accuracy? The engineering team may have to incorporate precision into the judging process to make sure there are no anomalies. 4. Problem Scoping Round #3 – Operationalizing Definitions: a. What does accuracy mean in this context? Define accuracy Write a mathematical expression that operationalizes your definition. In this context, if a place is accurate then it must have hit the appropriate landing sport and it must be able to repeat those results 9 times.
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• Fall '12
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• Accuracy and precision, engineering journal, Experimental uncertainty analysis

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