Hi fellow handymen. Our names are Chris Aguilar, Adam Currie, and Brian Wozniack and we represent the engineering program class called Engineering Design and Development in King High School in Riverside, California. We have a problem and we are trying to find a solution. Our problem is that an oscillating fan does not oscillate enough or oscillates too much. To solve this, we are going to invent a fan that is able to set certain angles of oscillation. Please take this survey for us, as it will help us to see what are the needs of people as we build our fan. Thanks.
Survey (Please pick one or more as needed)
1. Do you own an oscillating fan(s)?
2. Where are they located?
- Living room
3. Does the fan oscillate furthur than you want it to?
4. Does the fan no oscillate far enough?
King High School Engineers
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