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science

unit 12

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what are the 3 important sets of factors companies consider before they build a new product? design, manufacturing and sales
what are the 6 thing manufacturers need to consider? individual users, society, the economy,the environment, safety and health, and legal aspects
define symmetry an exact reflection on opposite sides of a line dividing an object in half
define line of symmetry a line that divides an object in half; helps display symmetry
define aesthetics the concept of how visually attractive or beautiful something is
define ergonomics the science of using knowledge of human characteristics to design structures and systems that are comfortable, safe and efficient
define repetitive strain injury damage, usually to the small muscles of the wrists or hands, from repeated activities over a long period of time
to sell a product, what do the companies consider? packaging, design, displays and labeling, sale price,advertising, and customer support
Created by: rcleland