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PART A (approx. 5 marks each point) The students will supply answers to the following questions [3-4 pages]What materials(s) is the object made from? Are they “critical raw materials” in terms of their availability? What properties does the material(s) have that make it appropriate for this application? Are there any other materials that could have been used? i.e., cheaper?, better? What type of processing conditions would be needed to make the product? Are there any cheaper alternatives? What are the main competitor materials and manufacturing processes? Are there any? Is the design appropriate to the material and the application? Could it be designed with less material waste? How would the material perform property-wise after recycling? [Can it be recycled?] Is it better recycled into (a) the same object? or (b) re-used in other applications? Why? Is it difficult to sort from the waste-stream (i.e., is the material always separated?) If the wastestream is commingled, how can it be separated? What type of other material is it normally commingled with