Outcome p

The ability to utilize statistics/probability, transform methods, discrete mathematics, or applied differential equations in support of electrical/electronic(s) systems.

Unsatisfactory

Developing

Satisfactory

Exemplary

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Uses statistics

Does not use statistics

Uses statistics, but tangentially

Shows that statistics are fundamental to the solution of the problem

Uses statistics in superb fashion

Uses Probability

Does not used probability

Uses probability, but tangentially

Shows that probability is fundamental to the solution of the problem

Uses probability in superb fashion

Uses transform methods

Does not use transform methods

Uses transform methods, but tangentially

Shows that transform methods are fundamental to the solution of the problem

Uses transform methods in superb fashion

Application to electrical/electronic systems

Does not show relevance to problem under study

Shows relevance, but tangentially

Shows relevance of the methods to the problem

Shows superbly that statistics/probability or transform methods are used

Organization of ideas

Organization chaotic or confusing

Organization on paper on only

Ideas as presented flow naturallyd and In common sense fashion

Ideas as presented are focused and relevant

Presentation of ideas

Organization chaotic or confusing

Organization on paper on only

Good writing style; sentences flow smoothly and evenly;

Presentation is artistically polished in electronic form

Average

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