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rote and insight. random search and heuristic. Add Question Here Question 191 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question One day, a classmate with whom you've been trying to go out socially gives you his/her number on a napkin (it was the only thing you had handy at the time). Unfortunately, when you wash your jeans, you forget to take out the napkin, and now all you can piece together of the phone number are the first six digits. If you go to the phone and dial the first six digits plus "0", then dial the first six digits plus "1", then dial the first six digits plus "2", etc. until you dial the correct number, you are solving the problem by Answer using heuristics. rote. trial and error. insight. Add Question Here Question 192 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Approaching a problem by using a learned set of rules produces a solution that is achieved by Answer understanding. recognition. rote. trial and error. Add Question Here Question 193 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The use of an algebraic equation to determine how many scoops of coffee are needed to make 20 cups illustrates problem- solving by Answer trial and error. rote. understanding. heuristics. Add Question Here Question 194 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question An algorithmic solution to a problem is one in which Answer the answer is arrived at using lexigrams. the answer is arrived at by brainstorming. a learned set of rules is used in answering the problem.
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all of these are used. Add Question Here Question 195 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A learned set of rules that always leads to a correct solution is known as Answer an algorithm. a heuristic. insight. the functional solution. Add Question Here Question 196 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Ginny is 70 years old and is taking a computer course at the local community college. She is learning to use the word processing feature on a computer and is attempting to "copy and paste" a section of text. As she attempts this procedure, she "talks" herself through the steps that her instructor taught her. Ginny is using _____ in completing this task. Answer an algorithm a heuristic insight a random search strategy Add Question Here Question 197 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question You are asked to multiply a three-digit number and a two-digit number. You follow the steps you were taught in fifth grade, and you correctly answer the problem. You utilized Answer a heuristic. an algorithm. insight. divergent thinking. Add Question Here Question 198 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Solutions by understanding depend on Answer algorithms. trial and error methods. mechanical approaches to problem solving. a deeper comprehension of the nature of the problem.
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