BEH 225 Problem-Solving Simulation - 1

BEH 225 Problem-Solving Simulation - 1 - PROBLEM-SOLVING...

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PROBLEM-SOLVING SIMULATION 1
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PROBLEM-SOLVING SIMULATION 2 Problem-Solving Simulation I found this problem very difficult to figure out I attempted several different ways to solve it until I got to the desired result. In the scenario the man, and his three animals the cat, dog, and a mouse need to cross the river in a raft that only held the man and one animal safely. Initially I thought it was not doable and was lost. I did not see how I would safely get the animals across without anyone of them coming to harm. I first took the cat across and then realized that I would not be able to get the rest of the animals across without one of them getting eaten. After several tries I had interpreted the problem, I tried several different ways to cross the river while keeping in mind that the cat should not be left alone with the mouse or thew dog alone with the cat. So I tried taking the cat over to the other side of the river then I crossed back
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