haha, that’s the funniest thing someone says.
When we do labs and turn in reports. I don’t think any engineer (except for the few) ever double checks their their essay. Just double check the numbers, but no need to proof read the essay portion.
D is for Done. =)
I’m really good at working with fuzzy numbers. You know how when you do a problem, and you know what the answer is suppose to look like, but your number is close but not exact. Do some number fudging left and right ,and you get the right number.
I think EE’s go crazy, because if they build a circuit wrong they know its wrong. While for ME, we just do problems, and do the “does that look possible” as our way of double checking.