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Unformatted text preview: Problem-Solving Simulation Sonja Saltzgiver Axia College of University of Phoenix o How did you interpret the problem? The interpretation of the problem was simple, or so I thought. Prior to starting the simulation, I gave the solution thought. I felt that the simulation would be as easy as a few clicks of the mouse. I was wrong, and had everyone in the room looking. Although I did not feel I needed the help, help was offered. I thought that the problem was a bit silly and juvenile. That did not hinder my wanting to solve it, and to solve it quickly. After the start of the simulation, I was unsure and welcomed comments from the family. o What strategy did you use and how did you evaluate your progress? To me the problem seemed simple; move the cat first. As I assessed the simulation, I realized it was not that simple. By leaving the cat on the other side, then getting one of the other animals and leaving them there, was not possible. The animals would fight or kill each other. I stopped moving the animals them there, was not possible....
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- Spring '09