Week 4;Assignment;Problem Solving Simulation

Week 4;Assignment;Problem Solving Simulation - the cat or...

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Problem Solving Simulation 1 Problem Solving Simulation Nicole Ureste April 3, 2011 BEH/225 Anita Mamoran
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Problem Solving Simulation 2 The problem solving process that I use the most is the algorithm process (Morris & Maisto, 2002, p. 276). When there is not an algorithm for a problem I tend to use the trial I interpreted this problem by trying to figure out other ways for the animals to be able to cross the river without being on the raft. The first strategy that I tried was trial and error. This did not work because the animals kept eating each other. The dog would eat
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Unformatted text preview: the cat or the cat would eat the mouse. I did encounter obstacles because there was no way to keep from leaving one alone with the other. I eventually figured out that I could move the cat first, then go back and get the dog, once I took the dog off of the raft I put the cat back on and took it across the river and left the cat on the first side while I moved the mouse over with the dog and then went back for the cat last. I was not aware of this thought process while I worked through he problem. My uncle was trying to tell me to move two animals at once and the solution suddenly flashed in my mind....
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