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(1) You've done well.
The problem with the X-2001 was that the human
couldn't see the target once the rocket entered his field of vision; the
flare blocked out anything in front of it from the marksman's view. All the
training in the world couldn't improve the situation.
Now we need to think of a possible solution to the problem. We don't
know which answer is right. While some of us are hardware engineers, others
of us are not, and we don't know what capabilities hardware engineers have
at their disposal. However, we do have an idea as to which answer is most
feasible from a human point of view, so that's the one we've chosen to be
correct. Okay, what would you suggest as an improvement?
(1) Make the X-2001 programmable so that after the target distance was set,
the rocket would activate an auditory signal when it had traveled that
distance. Turn to Page 74.
(2) Put the flare only on the upper portion of the rocket so that the
marksman could still see the lower part of his target. Turn to Page 38.
(3) Have a heat sensor attached to the rocket so it would detonate when it
'sidewinder.' Turn to Page 43.