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2018 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition Proceedings
Technology is an essential tool in modern engineering problem-solving. Complex calculations are easily computed, but failure to recognize if the solution is "reasonable or ridiculous" can have serious repercussions. As part of "engineering intuition," getting students to assess the appropriateness of a solution is a somewhat vague, but critical, teaching goal. Intuition is commonly thought to be developed through experience; thus, we are interested in identifying the experiences that havedoi:10.18260/1-2--31288 fatcat:mhvok3quprcrxbqya6wvvap6r4