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data facts used for reference
design breif a written plan
design process s problem solving strategy
design statement a part of design breif
designer a person who designs
detail drawing a dimensioned, working drawing
ecosystem a biological community
emphasis special importance
engineer a person who is trained
engineers notebook a design notyebook
english system us customary system
epa environmental protection agency
ergonomics
ethical
ethics
evaluate
evolution
data facts used for reference
design breif a written plan
design process s problem solving strategy
design statement a part of design breif
designer a person who designs
detail drawing a dimensioned, working drawing
ecosystem a biological community
emphasis special importance
engineer a person who is trained
engineers notebook a design notyebook
english system us customary system
epa environmental protection agency
ergonomics study of workplace
ethical set of principles
ethics moral principles
evaluate to form an idea
evolution a development
manufacture to make something
manufacture process transformation of raw material
marketing selling productes
mock up apperance model
mode a value
model representation
negoteation mutual dicussion
nominal size designation size
non renewable recourse cant be replaced
normal distribution a function
osha a government organization
problem ststement a part of a design breif
process human activities
product an artificial produce
product lifestyle stages that a product goes through
profile an outline of something
raw material any natural recource
renewable recource a recource that can be re produced again and again
repeatablility the ability to replicate
research study of materials
residue a small amount of something
standard moral principles
statistics a collection of methods
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