David Griffin BEH 225 Debbie Pearce Barvo Axia College University of Phoenix When I first got to the problem the first thing that crossed my mind was that this is going to be so easy. Then I took the first animal and then it I said, “Holly molly this is going to be a little harder than I thought.” Then after a few more tries, I really thought to myself that I would be able to solve this. In all the combinations, that I tried one of the animals would attack each other. Then when I say that the animals would not attack when the boat was on the same side as they were as if the master was there and they do not fight in front of the master. After that, it was a piece of cake. When looking at the problem I really did not think that it was going to be a thinker kind of problem, especially when there where a limited number of solutions. What I realized is that there were going to be some trial and error to making this problem go away. When reading the text and if you wanted to know which strategy I used, I guess I would have to say that I used Means-end
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2011 for the course BEH 225 taught by Professor Mrking during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.