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How did you interpret the problem?
When I first read the problem in my mind I thought the problem would be easy
to solve. I figured I would not have any trouble completing the task after
reading the class material and what needed to be done on the problem
solving activity. Once I started to complete the task however I learned that my
rushing into trying to solve the problem was not the smartest idea because I
did not take any time at all to really evaluate the situation but rather just solve.
This was a great exercise on what not to do when problem solving and how to
correctly problem solve.
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What strategy did you use and how did you evaluate your progress?
The first strategy I used was the trial and error but for a problem like this it
was not quite working out. First i tried taking the cat across and then the dog
and the dog ate the cat, so then I tried taking the cat across and then the
mouse and of course the cat ate the mouse, so naturally I tried a different
strategy which was the heuristics strategy. I figured that in order for this whole
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2011 for the course BEH 225 taught by Professor Mrking during the Fall '09 term at University of Phoenix.
 Fall '09
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