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Title: Answers to the midterm of NGN 110 - Introduction to Engineering


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Answers to the midterm of NGN 110 - Introduction
to Engineering
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1. Engineers can work in
  • a) Research
  • b) Design
  • c) Sales
  • d) Development and testing
  • e) All of the above
  • a) Research
  • b) Design
  • c) Sales
  • d) Analysis
  • e) All of the above

3
2. Which of the followings is NOT an independent
engineering program at AUS
  • a) Petroleum Engineering
  • b) Civil
  • c) Electrical
  • d) Computer
  • e) Mechanical
  • a) Civil
  • b) Electrical
  • c) Petroleum Engineering
  • d) Computer
  • e) Mechanical

4
3. The engineer who designs and constructs
buildings, bridges, dams and roads is
  • a) Architect
  • b) Chemical Engineer
  • c) Mechanical Engineer
  • d) Environmental Engineer
  • e) Civil Engineer
  • a) Civil Engineer
  • b) Architect
  • c) Chemical Engineer
  • d) Mechanical Engineer
  • e) Environmental Engineer

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4. Which of the followings is NOT a benefit of
becoming an engineer
  • a) Job satisfaction
  • b) Easy work
  • c) Intellectual development
  • d) Financial Security
  • e) Prestige
  • a) Job satisfaction
  • b) Intellectual development
  • c) Easy work
  • d) Financial Security
  • e) Prestige

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5. What background a highschool student needs to
have in order to do well in engineering?
  • a) Good grades in mathematics and science
  • b) problem solving skills
  • c) visualization
  • d) all of the above
  • e) None of the above
  • a) Good grades in mathematics and science
  • b) problem solving skills
  • c) visualization
  • d) all of the above
  • e) None of the above

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6. Microsoft Powerpoint can do all the
followings, except
  • a) bolding
  • b) centering
  • c) underlining
  • d) mathematical operations
  • e) All of the above
  • a) mathematical operations
  • b) centering
  • c) underlining
  • d) bolding
  • e) All of the above

8
7. Microsoft Word can do all of the followings,
except
  • a) Plotting a graph.
  • b) Justifying a paragraph.
  • c) check spelling.
  • d) Writing an equation.
  • e) All of the above
  • a) Justifying a paragraph.
  • b) check spelling.
  • c) Writing an equation.
  • d) Plotting a graph.
  • e) All of the above

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8. Microsoft Excel can be used to
  • a) calculate the sum
  • b) draw charts from data
  • c) calculate the average
  • d) find the maximum
  • e) All of the above
  • a) calculate the sum
  • b) draw charts from data
  • c) calculate the average
  • d) find the maximum
  • e) All of the above

10
9. Microsoft Word can be used to
  • a) solve mathematical equations.
  • b) insert an equation.
  • c) draw plots from data.
  • d) analyze data statistically
  • e) All of the above
  • a) insert an equation
  • b) solve mathematical equations.
  • c) draw plots from data.
  • d) analyze data statistically
  • e) All of the above

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10. Given the Excel spreadsheet. Which formula
represents the number in cell J13
  • a) (2G13H13)/I13
  • b) G13I13
  • c) G13H13-I13
  • d) (2G13H13)/I13
  • e) All of the above

a) (2G13H13)/I13 b) (2G13H13)/I13 c)
G13I13 d) G13H13-I13 e) All of the above
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11. Given the Excel spreadsheet. Which formula
represents the number in cell H13
a) AVERAGE(E13G13) b) SUM(E13G13) c)
SUM(E13G13) d) E13F13G13 e) None of the
above
  • a) SUM(E13G13)
  • AVERAGE(E13G13)
  • SUM(E13G13)
  • d) E13F13G13
  • e) None of the above28

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12. A good team member is one who does NOT
  • a) encourage the development of other team
    members.
  • b) consider and use new ideas and suggestions by
    others.
  • c) seek and accept feedback from others.
  • d) engage in conflict with other team members.
  • e) None of the above
  • a) engage in conflict with other team members.
  • b) encourage the development of other team
    members.
  • c) consider and use new ideas and suggestions by
    others.
  • d) seek and accept feedback from others.
  • e) None of the above

14
13. The code of cooperation for a team may
include
  • a) information on how team roles are assigned in
    a meeting
  • b) information on how the responsibilities are
    shared in a team
  • c) information on how the credit is divided
    between team members
  • d) a set of rules that govern the interaction
    between the team members
  • e) all of the above
  • a) information on how team roles are assigned in
    a meeting
  • b) a set of rules that govern the interaction
    between the team members
  • c) information on how the responsibilities are
    shared in a team
  • d) information on how the credit is divided
    between team members
  • e) all of the above

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14. One of the followings is not included in the
specifications of engineering design
  • a) The size and shape of each part.
  • b) Assembly and subassemblies to clarify the
    relationship of parts.
  • c) The detailed calculations of the dimensions of
    each part.
  • d) A complete bill of quantities of materials.
  • e) None of the above.
  • a) The detailed calculations of the dimensions of
    each part.
  • b) The size and shape of each part.
  • c) Assembly and subassemblies to clarify the
    relationship of parts.
  • d) A complete bill of quantities of materials.
  • e) None of the above.

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15. In which of the following stages of team
development, members criticize each other
  • a) Forming
  • b) Norming
  • c) Performing
  • d) Storming
  • e) None of the above
  • a) Norming
  • b) Forming
  • c) Storming
  • d) Performing
  • e) None of the above

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16. In which of the following stages of team
development, the team does actually solve the
problem
  • a) Forming
  • b) Norming
  • c) Performing
  • d) Storming
  • e) None of the above
  • a) Norming
  • b) Forming
  • c) Storming
  • d) Performing
  • e) None of the above

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17. This team member encourages the silent
members to speak out in a meeting
  • a) Devils Advocate
  • b) Time Keeper
  • c) Meeting Coordinator
  • d) Recorder
  • e) None of the above
  • a) Devils Advocate
  • b) Time Keeper
  • c) Meeting Coordinator
  • d) Recorder
  • e) None of the above

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18. This team member takes an opposite position
to that held by the team
  • a) Devils Advocate
  • b) Time Keeper
  • c) Meeting Coordinator
  • d) Recorder
  • e) None of the above
  • a) Time Keeper
  • b) Devils Advocate
  • c) Meeting Coordinator
  • d) Recorder
  • e) None of the above

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19. Meetings are typically planned by
  • a) Devils Advocate
  • b) Time Keeper
  • c) Meeting Coordinator
  • d) Recorder
  • e) None of the above
  • a) Devils Advocate
  • b) Time Keeper
  • c) Recorder
  • d) Meeting Coordinator
  • e) None of the above

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20. This type of decision making method is based
on the agreement of everybody
  • a) Autocratic
  • b) Democratic
  • c) Consultative
  • d) Consensus
  • e) None of the above
  • a) Consensus
  • b) Autocratic
  • c) Democratic
  • d) Consultative
  • e) None of the above

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21. The Abstract provides an overview of the
purpose and content of the report. It is placed
  • a) after the Introduction
  • b) in the Appendix
  • c) at the beginning of the report
  • d) at the end of the report
  • e) on the transmittal letter
  • a) after the Introduction
  • b) in the Appendix
  • c) at the end of the report
  • d) at the beginning of the report
  • e) on the transmittal letter

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22. Engineers solve different types of problems.
Troubleshooting problems occur when
  • a) a person faces a situation he doesnt
    understand
  • b) a hypothesis requires to be proven or
    disproven
  • c) an equipment behaves in an improper way
  • d) there are not enough resources to accomplish a
    given task
  • e) an engineer needs to design a new equipment
  • a) an equipment behaves in an improper way
  • b) a person faces a situation he doesnt
    understand
  • c) a hypothesis requires to be proven or
    disproven
  • d) there are not enough resources to accomplish a
    given task
  • e) an engineer needs to design a new equipment

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23. The first step in engineering design is
normally
  • a) Problem definition
  • b) Literature search
  • c) Identification of a need
  • d) Design criteria
  • e) None of the above
  • a) Problem definition
  • b) Literature search
  • c) Design criteria
  • d) Identification of a need
  • e) None of the above

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24. The last step in the design process is
  • a) Communication
  • b) Analysis
  • c) Decision making
  • d) Cost estimation
  • e) Design criteria
  • a) Analysis
  • b) Communication
  • c) Decision making
  • d) Cost estimation
  • e) Design criteria

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25. The Design Process is simply defined as
  • a) Sequence of steps leading toward a result.
  • b) Collection of Data.
  • c) Conducting an experiment.
  • d) Analysis of results.
  • e) None of the above.
  • a) Collection of Data.
  • b) Conducting an experiment.
  • c) Sequence of steps leading toward a result.
  • d) Analysis of results.
  • e) None of the above.

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26. One of the following is not in the Design
Steps of the engineering method
  • a) Constraint
  • b) Specification
  • c) Analysis
  • d) Criteria
  • e) None of the above
  • a) Constraint
  • b) Specification
  • c) Analysis
  • d) Criteria
  • e) None of the above

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27. The Nature of Engineering Design is
  • a) A process which does not have a scientific
    basis.
  • b) An art produced by few talented individuals.
  • c) A process that requires knowledge, use of
    information, and logical thinking
  • d) A technological process
  • e) None of the above.
  • a) A process which does not have a scientific
    basis.
  • b) An art produced by few talented individuals.
  • c) A technological process
  • d) A process that requires knowledge, use of
    information, and logical thinking
  • e) None of the above.

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28. One of the following is not a Design Criteria
  • a) Reliability
  • b) Cost
  • c) Ease of operation and maintenance
  • d) Durability
  • e) None of the above.
  • a) Reliability
  • b) Cost
  • c) Ease of operation and maintenance
  • d) Durability
  • e) None of the above.

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29. The Analysis Step in engineering design
involves
  • a) Evaluating the performance of a solution
  • b) Drawing layouts to show clearances and
    operational characteristics.
  • c) Setting practical limitations on the design.
  • d) Collecting information.
  • e) None of the above
  • a) Drawing layouts to show clearances and
    operational characteristics.
  • b) Setting practical limitations on the design.
  • c) Evaluating the performance of a solution
  • d) Collecting information.
  • e) None of the above

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30. Which of the following would help you have an
error-free solution
  • a) Clear and understandable essential diagrams
  • b) Proper use of symbols
  • c) Assumptions stated clearly
  • d) Uncrowded work following easily
  • e) All of the above
  • a) Clear and understandable essential diagrams
  • b) Proper use of symbols
  • c) Assumptions stated clearly
  • d) Uncrowded work following easily
  • e) All of the above

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31. Which step does not belong to the engineering
problem solving method?
  • a) Accumulate data and verify accuracy
  • b) Select the theories that apply to the solution
  • c) Verify and check results
  • d) Solve the problem
  • e) None of the above
  • a) Accumulate data and verify accuracy
  • b) Select the theories that apply to the solution
  • c) Verify and check results
  • d) Solve the problem
  • e) None of the above

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32. The first step of the engineering method of
problem solving is
  • a) Make the necessary assumptions
  • b) Recognize and understand the problem
  • c) Verify and check results
  • d) Select the theories that apply to the solution
  • e) None of the above
  • a) Make the necessary assumptions
  • b) Verify and check results
  • c) Select the theories that apply to the solution
  • d) Recognize and understand the problem
  • e) None of the above

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33. The last step of the engineering method of
problem solving is
  • a) Make the necessary assumptions
  • b) Recognize and understand the problem
  • c) Verify and check results
  • d) Select the theories that apply to the solution
  • e) None of the above
  • a) Make the necessary assumptions
  • b) Verify and check results
  • c) Select the theories that apply to the solution
  • d) Recognize and understand the problem
  • e) None of the above

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34. In which step of the engineering method of
problem solving the client may be involved
  • a) Make the necessary assumptions
  • b) Recognize and understand the problem
  • c) Verify and check results
  • d) Select the theories that apply to the solution
  • e) None of the above
  • a) Make the necessary assumptions
  • b) Verify and check results
  • c) Select the theories that apply to the solution
  • d) Recognize and understand the problem
  • e) None of the above

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35. To become a good problem-solver, an engineer
must have
  • a) Knowledge
  • b) Experience
  • c) Learning skills
  • d) Communication skills
  • e) All of the above
  • a) Knowledge
  • b) Experience
  • c) Learning skills
  • d) Communication skills
  • e) All of the above

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36. Problem solving involves a combination of
art and science. Which statement is correct?
  • a) Art means that we need to know how to draw.
  • b) Science can be learned from experience.
  • c) Art-problem solving can be learned from a
    course.
  • d) Art means to have common sense and logic.
  • e) Science is knowledge of literature, history
    and philosophy.
  • a) Art means to have common sense and logic.
  • b) Art means that we need to know how to draw.
  • c) Science can be learned from experience.
  • d) Art-problem solving can be learned from a
    course.
  • e) Science is knowledge of literature, history
    and philosophy.

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37. The Introduction of a design report usually
includes the
  • experimental setups.
  • b) background information.
  • c) recommendations.
  • d) error analysis.
  • e) computer program listing.
  • experimental setups.
  • recommendations.
  • c) background information.
  • d) error analysis.
  • e) computer program listing.

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38. One of the rules of good visual aids is to
keep them simple. This cannot happen if you
  • a) have 6-7 lines per slide
  • b) keep lines short in the slide
  • c) use the slides as notes to read from them
  • d) substitute symbols for words and
  • e) round off numbers with many digits.
  • a) have 6-7 lines per slide
  • b) keep lines short in the slide
  • c) substitute symbols for words and
  • d) round off numbers with many digits.
  • e) use the slides as notes to read from them

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39. In order to deliver an effective presentation
to an audience, the presenter may do all
  • a) make the slides simple
  • b) make eye contact with the audience
  • c) rehearse
  • d) encourage questions
  • e) cover all the details of the technical report
  • a) cover all the details of the technical report
  • b) make the slides simple
  • c) make eye contact with the audience
  • d) rehearse
  • e) encourage questions

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40. Which of the followings is not an indication
of a good presentation
  • a) Presentation flows smoothly
  • b) Good visual aids are used
  • c) Speaker can tell good jokes
  • d) Speaker maintains eye contact with the
    audience
  • e) Speaker is well prepared
  • a) Presentation flows smoothly
  • b) Speaker can tell good jokes
  • c) Good visual aids are used
  • d) Speaker maintains eye contact with the
    audience
  • e) Speaker is well prepared

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41. Documentation of a design is needed for
  • a) reviewing the assumptions used in a design
  • b) discussing the advantages and disadvantages of
    using one method of design over another
  • c) justifying the basis behind choosing the
    optimum design
  • d) all of the above
  • e) only answers (a) and (c)
  • a) reviewing the assumptions used in a design
  • b) discussing the advantages and disadvantages of
    using one method of design over another
  • c) justifying the basis behind choosing the
    optimum design
  • d) all of the above
  • e) only answers (a) and (c)

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42. Documentation of a design may be done through
the use of
  • a) design portfolio
  • b) design report
  • c) letters and memos
  • d) only answers (a) and (b)
  • e) text books
  • a) design portfolio
  • b) design report
  • c) letters and memos
  • d) text books
  • e) only answers (a) and (b)

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43. In a design report, the engineer wrote
Before accepting products from new vendors, they
should meet our requirements. What did the
engineer mean by they?
  • a) the products
  • b) the new vendors
  • c) we do not know -sentence is unclear
  • d) both the products and new vendors
  • e) the design engineers
  • a) the products
  • b) the new vendors
  • c) both the products and new vendors
  • d) the design engineers
  • e) we do not know - sentence is unclear

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44. In a design report, the body of the report
consists of
  • a) procedures, results, discussion, conclusions
    and recommendations
  • b) abstract, table of content, list of figures,
    and list of tables
  • c) the cover, label, and binding
  • d) the references and appendices
  • e) None of the above
  • a) abstract, table of content, list of figures,
    and list of tables
  • b) procedures, results, discussion, conclusions
    and recommendations
  • c) the cover, label, and binding
  • d) the references and appendices
  • e) None of the above

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45. The Title Page of a design report contains
the following information, except
  • a) the title of the project
  • b) procedures used to analyze the product
  • c) the organization to which the report is
    submitted to
  • d) date of submission of the report
  • e) the investigators names and organization
  • a) the title of the project
  • b) the organization to which the report is
    submitted to
  • c) date of submission of the report
  • d) procedures used to analyze the product
  • e) the investigators names and organization

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46. In a design report, the engineer wrote the
temperature of the product during testing was
high. What is meant by high?
  • a) we do not know for sure since the sentence is
    not specific
  • b) probably 30-40 oC
  • c) probably 40-50 oC
  • d) probably 50-60 oC
  • e) probably gt 60 oC
  • a) probably 30-40 oC
  • b) probably 40-50 oC
  • c) probably 50-60 oC
  • d) probably gt 60 oC
  • e) we do not know for sure since the sentence is
    not specific

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47. Which of the followings is False? The
Recommendation section of a design report is
intended to answer questions related to
  • a) whether to go ahead and produce a product or
    not
  • b) possible modification to the as-tested product
  • c) how well the product is expected to function
    with time
  • d) all of the above
  • e) accuracy and verification of the results
  • a) whether to go ahead and produce a product or
    not
  • b) possible modification to the as-tested product
  • c) how well the product is expected to function
    with time
  • d) all of the above
  • e) accuracy and verification of the results

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48. In a design report, the appendix is placed at
the end of the report. It may include
  • a) large number of graphics and photos
  • b) computer printouts
  • c) data and maps
  • d) sample computer codes
  • e) all of the above
  • a) large number of graphics and photos
  • b) computer printouts
  • c) data and maps
  • d) sample computer codes
  • e) all of the above

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49. Which of the followings is NOT an element of
a design report?
  • a) Introduction
  • b) Methodology
  • c) Budget
  • d) Results
  • e) Conclusions
  • a) Budget
  • b) Introduction
  • c) Methodology
  • d) Results
  • e) Conclusions

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50. Which answer is false? The design portfolio
is
  • a) Computer file that includes graphics and
    tables
  • b) a guide that is used to make sure all the
    design elements are included
  • c) a way of recording the gathered information
    while working on a design
  • d) a method of reporting observations,
    conclusions and recommendations
  • e) All of the above
  • a) a guide that is used to make sure all the
    design elements are included
  • b) Computer file that includes graphics and
    tables
  • c) a way of recording the gathered information
    while working on a design
  • d) a method of reporting observations,
    conclusions and recommendations
  • e) All of the above
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