BEH225 Week 4 Assignment - Problem-Solving Simulation

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Problem Solving 1 Assignment: Problem-Solving Simulation Your Name Axia College of the University of Phoenix BEH 225 Instructor, Name Month Day, 2009
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Problem Solving 2 Assignment: Problem-Solving Simulation In order to solve a problem it is necessary to first interpret the problem. While completing the activity in the “River” site, I took the following approach: 1. Envisaged the situation 2. Recognized the variables present in 3. Deciphered and solved the problem Scenario of the posed problem: A man who has a dog, a cat, and a mouse needs to get them across a river “one by one” on a raft. The dog cannot be left with the cat. The mouse cannot be left with the cat. How may the man get all the creatures across without any fighting? Above all, the problem-solving process involved the brain’s frontal lobe - associated with reasoning, planning, parts of speech, movement, emotions, and problem solving. After interpreting the problem, strategy and evaluating progress. I used heuristics as a solution strategy.
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