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TECH331 – Technology Problem

Analysis & Design II

Department of Engineering and Design

Eastern Washington University

Winter Quarter 2013

Homework 11 (50 Points)

Assignment:

Choose
one
of the following numbered problems from our textbook, “Strategies for Creative Problem Solving”: 9.1 (on page 211), 9.2 (on pages 211-212), or 9.5 (on page 213). For your selected problem choice, use
these

three
methods: the Four Classical virtues, Ethics Checklist, and the Five P’s to help you analyze the problem. Then write at least one paragraph for each of the three methods.

Formatting:

Text Size: All of the text in this assignment needs to be set in 12-point size. Please resist the temptation to mix and match point sizes. If you doubt your applications intentions, just select all of your text and insure that it is in 12-point size.

Double Spacing: For this class select all of your text and set it for double spacing. This includes the name block, title and body of your work.

Margins: One-inch margins mean one (1”) on all sides. The only text that ends up on the outside of the one-inch margin is the page number.

Name Block: Place the name block in the
upper right
corner of the page. In this class, the name block only needs to be on the first page. Put your
name first
, then the
class title
and then the
date
. Example:

Your Name

TECH 331 –Technology Problem Analysis II

February 26, 2013

Title: All homework assignments have a title. Please place the title just below the name block. The title
for this
assignment is “Homework 11”.

Spelling/Grammar Checking: Remember to do your spelling and grammar checking before turning your assignments in. When doing the spelling/grammar checking keep in mind that some words such as mush and must, woods and words, or here and cow, will not be caught by either check. To correct these problems, you will need to proofread your work.

Paragraphs: The first word of the first sentence in a paragraph needs to be indented. At the end of a paragraph, do not insert an extra blank line. The indentation serves as the visual clue that there is a new paragraph. Remember to place a number in front of each section that matches your response to each question.

Page Numbers: Any homework that has more than one page, needs to have page numbers on it. Please place your page numbers on the bottom of the page. In MS Word, use the footer selection and place the page number
in
the
bottom

center
or
bottom right
of the page.

Content:

Opinion: When a question asks for your opinion, its answer is exactly that-
your opinion
. Feel free to use
your own
opinion.

Cite Examples: For this class, you may use a citation right after the answer to a question, or you may list your references at the end of the project. It is not required to have a separate reference page for this class.

Stating the Question before Answering It: While some reports require that you state the question before your answer, in
this class
it is not required to do this.

Saving/Naming Your File:

When you save your file, make sure that your name and the project number are included in it.

Example:
YourName331HW11


Because of problems with Blackboard, please use only letters and numbers in the file name.

Due Date: February 26, 2013.

Revised 01/01/2013 JM
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