Problem Solving Simulation

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Problem Solving Simulation I enjoyed doing this exercise because it made me think before acting. I did not want any of the animals to get hurt so I studied it until I thought that I had the perfect solution and applied my idea. I was wrong. I used trial and error to solve the problem of getting all the animals across safely. I interpreted the problem of not being able to leave the cat and the dog alone on the island or whether to leave the cat and the mouse alone on the island. My initial thought was to leave the cat first, then I realized that when I had to go back to get the dog that they would both be on the other side of the island together. I then had to figure out how to move them each without leaving one or the other behind who did not get along. Since I could only take one at a time, I had to figure out taking them back and forth. I first tried moving the cat then realized that I would still be leaving either the dog or the mouse with the cat after going back for the other one. I then decided to take the cat
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