1. Click on the triplets that will get you points for writing in the notebook:
2. Which are appropriate responses to mistakes or anticipation of mistakes?
3. Why does using the margins appropriately inspire respect?
4. Why is it important to form paragraphs, lists, drawings, draw diagonal lines through unused parts and skip one line between paragraphs?
5. Why is it important to write in a font that fits between the lines?
6. When the course is over, what happens to your notebook?
7. Why should you always write in the first person using "I" when everyone is working together?
8. Which of these indicates Chronological Integrity?
9. A title is needed at the top of the page when
10. SignIn starts engineering. Why is this important?
11. Why is it important to only write down the odd pages and never leave blank spots to write in later?
12. How does the discipline of notebook writing help an engineer get paid for being ignorant?
13. Most students don't initially want to Rant or Signout. Why?
14. The best notebook drawings are:
15. What are the reasons for stopping in the middle of a page and leaving the rest of it blank?
16. Suppose it is time for lunch. You are planning on coming back from lunch. What do you do?
17. The english policy in this class is
18. How does a notebook turning playing into engineering?
19. Why are small triplets rewarded by counting them, rather than large triplets when grading notebooks?
20. Writing after the fact can be detected by:
21. Initially writing in a notebook feels like it is slowing you down, making you less efficient. But soon, it will speed you up because:
22. GoingToDo do is typically stimulated or related to:
23. GoingToDo captures:
24. GoingToDo is trivialized and can result in the triplet not being counted if:
25. Examples of doing are:
26. The dangers in doing are:
27. Doing is where design emerges. How?
28. RANT in the context of notebook writing means:
29. The Reflect part of RANT means:
30. RANT can be done
31. The Analyze part of RANT includes:
32. The Next Step part of Rant includes:
33. The goal of this course is to:
34. Issue characteristics include:
35. Which below are owned by an individual engineer?
36. How is an engineering problem different from what most people call a problem?
37. Who is responsible for fixing an engineering problem?
38. Who comes up with problem/solution pairs?
39. Big Projects with out problems are:
40. Big Projects with requirements are:
41. Whose problem is it that you don't know something?
42. Whose problem is it that you can not follow any of the existing tutorials?
43. Whose responsibility is it to create/revise/polish a tutorial you understand for others like you in the world?
44. Whose responsibility is it to take this issue of not being able to follow a tutorial or non-existence of a tutorial and turn this into an engineering project?
45. When an engineer is blamed or is frustrated, the engineer
46. An engineer deals with frustration by:
47. Engineering problems are
48. Frustration is caused by
49. The three parts to testing are:
50. Suppose you need to work on an engineering project, but do not have your notebook. What should you do?
51. When writing in an engineering notebook, sometimes one must stop writing on a page, draw a diagonal line to the bottom and then start writing on a new page. When is this necessary?