From Page 50
(1) Take a closer look at Table 2-2 so you can select the correct answer.
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From Page 4
(2) This is an important consideration for human factors engineering, but in
this case, it would only be considered after you have designed the cockpit
so that the operators fit into it. Return to Page 4.
From Page 23
(2) If the people used in the testing were already expert marksmen, how
would increasing the practice times with the X-2001 solve the problem?
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From Page 67
(1) High face validity is probably a good thing to have in any experiment,
but this is not the idea behind having an externally valid experiment.
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