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Problem Solving Steps to solve problems Understand. Plan - Solve a simpler related problem. Do it. Check it. Solving a Simpler Related Problem When faced with a problem that appears complicated,you may find it helpful to first solve one or more similar problems that have simpler conditions. Solutions of simpler problems may lead to the solution of the more difficult problem. Example 1. Count how many rectangles are there in the figure? So we have 4 + 2 + 2 + 1 = 9 rectangles in all. 4 Rectangles 2 Long Rectangles 2 Wide Rectangles And 1 BIG rectangle

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Example 2. How many triangles do you see? 5 Small Triangles.(l + l + l + l + l) 1 Big Triangle. 6 Triangles inside.(BDE,DEC,BDC,CBE,ABE,ACD) So we have 6 + 5 + 1 = 12 Triangles in all. Solving a simpler problem sometimes involves substituting more manageable numbers into the problem. Example - You have 7 1/2 feet of ribbon.Each foot of ribbon can make 4 bows.How many bows can you make from 7 1/2 feet of ribbon.
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