Problem - Problem-Solving Simulation 1. How did you...

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Problem-Solving Simulation 1. How did you interpret the problem? When I first looked at this problem I used my basic skill set and mind set. On the outset of the problem it looked fairly simple until I actually started looking closely and seen my basic thought pattern was not going to work to solve this. I took the time to sit down look at the issue and evaluate the problem because taking a little time to review an issue can normally resolve a seemingly troublesome issue if you get the right mind set for the job. I don’t like puzzles because they are easy I prefer the challenges. 2. What strategy did you use and how did you evaluate your progress? In the beginning of this problem I used trial and error for the simple fact that there were only 3 animals so the problem in itself was not to complex. I reviewed the instructs and started at the logical place the cat and after about 3 try’s I seen basic comprehension was not the solution and took a minute to review the instructions and the puzzle itself and weighed the options and seen I could move animals back
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