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Chapter 4 / Exercise 6
Discrete Mathematics With Applications
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1ABDUL AZIZ -- [email protected]MUBASHRA FAYAZ-- [email protected]Programming FundamentalsLab Manual-01Overview1. Problem Solving2. Types of Problems3. Problem Solving and Computers4. Difficulties in Problem Solving5. Problem Solving and Concepts of Computers a. Types of Problemsb. Constants and Variables c. Data Typesd. Functions e. Operatorsf. Expressions and EquationsProblem SolvingThere are six steps to follow to ensure the best decision. These six steps in problem solving include the following:1. Identify the Problem.2. Understand the Problem.3. Identify alternative ways to solve the Problem.4. Select the best way to solve the Problem.5. List the Instructions.6. Evaluate the Solution.Types of Solutions for Problems1. Algorithmic Solution2. Heuristic SolutionProblem Solving and ComputersComputers are built to deal with algorithmic solutions, which are often difficult or very time consuming for humans. People are better than computers at developing heuristic solutions.Solutions InstructionsResults OutcomeProgram Solution in a particular Computer Language
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Chapter 4 / Exercise 6
Discrete Mathematics With Applications
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PF - Lab 01Difficulties with Problem SolvingLack of problem solving experienceInadequate solution stepsIncorrect problem definitionAlternatives chosen incorrectlyInvalid logicIncorrect solution evaluationExercise:Complete the six problem-solving steps to solve the problem of finding the largest number out of threenumbers. List the specific steps that would enable another person to find the largest among three numberspresented.