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Unformatted text preview: Problem-Solving Simulation 1 Problem-Solving Simulation Sabrina Armstrong BEH/225 May 8 th, 2011 Clifford Marsh Problem-Solving Simulation 2 Problem-Solving Simulation Did I use a problem-solving process? Yes I did use a problem solving process; I used the trial and error process. As I looked at the problem that was in front of me from all different sides to get a clear understanding of the prob- lem at hand. I could identify what the problem was and decided what the situation was as well. Then after I figured out that the problem was trying to get the animals across the river to the oth- er side, one by one without any of them being alone. I then analyzed the cause of the problem, which was; if the cat was left with the mouse it would eat it and same as if the dog was left with the cat. How did I interpret the problem? My first interpretation of the problem presented in the activity was that it was really impossible. I had formed a conceptual block because no matter what I tried it seemed I was not able to provide...
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