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Problem-Solving Simulation By: Stephany Boles-University of Phoenix-Axia College BEH225-Professor Byron Loyd February 28, 2010
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In the scenario of transporting the cat, dog, and mouse across the river, I interpreted the problem being that the man had several limitations. First, the man could not transport more than one animal on the raft at a time. Second, the cat could not be left alone with the mouse or the cat would eat the mouse. Third, the dog could not be left alone with the cat or the dog would eat the cat. Systematically, the man must find a way to get the animals across without any of them getting eaten. Although there are several setbacks to accomplishing the task, the main problem would be trying to figure out how to transport the animals effectively. In the assessment, I used means-end as my strategy because there were only so many moves I could make. Since there were different animals with limited circumstances, I had to make each different animal and move a different goal. I tried to use the method of trial and error
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2010 for the course SCI/241 AAGH0JAD35 taught by Professor Melissalage during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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