Engineering homework

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This is an industrial engineering homework.

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Reading Homework: Before next class (Tuesday Oct 16, 2018), read the following: 1. Introduction to Industrial Engineering E-book chapters 6 and 7. Writing homework: 1. Using the timeline of significant events in the evolution of Industrial Engineering (provided on the next page), pick two events that get your attention the most. Do some research on those two events and briefly a) describe the events and b) talk about your perception of the impact of such events in the definition of Industrial Engineering as a discipline. Please, do not forget to follow the homework format. 2. Upload your report in the Dropbox on Brightspace-D2L. Due Tuesday October 16 at 9:50 am. Late homework won’t be accepted. Your name Name of your department Montana State University Date Homework Title – Make your own if a title is not given (related to the subject) Introduction paragraph – provide an introduction sentence to the topic that will be covered. Make sure to cite the homework question(s) here. Body paragraph – Answer the question given. Go straight to the point. Provide evidence to support your answer. Please use a separate paragraph for each question. Conclusion paragraph – Summarize your answer in one or two sentences. Talk about what you learned by doing this homework. Citations – Make sure you follow APA format. Refer to the communication toolkit for more information on APA. REMINDERS: 1. All homework should be typed as per the following requirements: a. Calibri Font size 14 for name, department, university and date. Calibri font size 14 for homework title, also title should be Heading 1. Calibri font size 12 for the rest of the document. b. One line space between date and homework title, and between title and introduction paragraph. c. All the document in single space. 2. Please do not label the parts of the homework (Introduction, body, conclusions and citations). 3. Follow the Technical writing section in the Communication Toolkit when writing your sentences, etc. ...
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