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Invention and Innovation Patents

Instructions:
Complete the following form for Activity 1.1.1 Invention and Innovation Patents.

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Patent Number: Click here to enter text.


Justify why you believe this patent is more relevant or important than others to
your topic.
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Would you consider this patent to be an invention or innovation? Explain why.


NOTE: Some patents can be argued to be either invention or innovation. Choose
one and justify your statement.
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Patent Number: Click here to enter text.


Justify why you believe this patent is more relevant or important than others to
your topic.
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Would you consider this patent to be an invention or innovation? Explain why.


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Patent Number: Click here to enter text.


Justify why you believe this patent is more relevant or important than others to
your topic.
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Would you consider this patent to be an invention or innovation? Explain why.


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Patent Number: Click here to enter text.


Justify why you believe this patent is more relevant or important than others to
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Would you consider this patent to be an invention or innovation? Explain why.


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Topic 2: Click here to enter text.

Patent Number: Click here to enter text.


Justify why you believe this patent is more relevant or important than others to
your topic.
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Would you consider this patent to be an invention or innovation? Explain why.


NOTE: Some patents can be argued to be either invention or innovation. Choose
one and justify your statement.
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Patent Number: Click here to enter text.


Justify why you believe this patent is more relevant or important than others to
your topic.
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Would you consider this patent to be an invention or innovation? Explain why.


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Patent Number: Click here to enter text.


Justify why you believe this patent is more relevant or important than others to
your topic.
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Would you consider this patent to be an invention or innovation? Explain why.


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Patent Number: Click here to enter text.


Justify why you believe this patent is more relevant or important than others to
your topic.
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Would you consider this patent to be an invention or innovation? Explain why.


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Topic 3: Click here to enter text.

Patent Number: Click here to enter text.


Justify why you believe this patent is more relevant or important than others to
your topic.
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Would you consider this patent to be an invention or innovation? Explain why.


NOTE: Some patents can be argued to be either invention or innovation. Choose
one and justify your statement.
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Patent Number: Click here to enter text.


Justify why you believe this patent is more relevant or important than others to
your topic.
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Would you consider this patent to be an invention or innovation? Explain why.


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Patent Number: Click here to enter text.


Justify why you believe this patent is more relevant or important than others to
your topic.
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Would you consider this patent to be an invention or innovation? Explain why.


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Patent Number: Click here to enter text.


Justify why you believe this patent is more relevant or important than others to
your topic.
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Would you consider this patent to be an invention or innovation? Explain why.


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Conclusion
1. Describe in your own words the difference between an invention and an
innovation.
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2. Describe the most interesting patent you discovered.


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