No, we're not in trouble. We both want to know what the engineer design process is.
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The first step is identifying the problem. Once you have that done you research examples or info about your problem.
The third step is to brainstorm your information which means you should be finding the solution to the problem. The fourth step is to analyze and selecting the best ideas. When doing so, you should check if you solution works.
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Sounds like a good idea! Let's do it.
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Yes, I really want to!
The filth step is to construct a prototype. This is so that your idea of the solution becomes a model.
We're getting close to the end of the the engineer design process. I'm getting excited
The sixth step is to test your solution and evaluate. Scientists test their design on other people and can change it if they feel the need to. The seventh step is to let the community know that your design is going to be in the public so let them be aware.
Wow, you can go back and change your design to make people like it. That must take a long time to redo. Thank you so much for teaching us the engineer design process.
The eighth step is to redesign. This really can take a long time because people may not like the solution and the scientists may have to go back to redo the step(s)