Ied pltw unit 1 test page 2 circle the statements

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IED: PLTW Unit 1 Test Page: 2. Circle the statements that are TRUE concerning best practices for an Engineering Notebook. (7 Points) A. Entries should be in chronological order. B. Shows detailed description of your design process. C. Is not a legal document. D. Includes calculations. E. Includes meeting summaries. F. Does not need a Table of Contents. G. Each page is signed by the designer. H. Work can be done in pencil or pen. I. Leave a blank space between daily entries. J. Never erase incorrect information. K. Inserted pictures should be paper-clipped in. L. All parts of a sketch should be labeled. 3. List the 6 steps of the Design Process used in this class. (6 Points) 1. ____________________________________________________________________ 2. ____________________________________________________________________ 3. ____________________________________________________________________ 4. ____________________________________________________________________ 5. ___________________________________________________________________________ 6. ____________________________________________________________________________
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4 IED: PLTW Unit 1 Test Page: 4. Name 3 of the “Big Four” fields of engineering. (3 Points) 1. _______________________ 2. _______________________ 3. _______________________ Circle the correct answer for the 4-9 ( each worth 2 points. ) 5. Generating a large quantity of ideas for a solution to a problem is called __________.
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