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Learn Alberta – video essons&lesson=m6lessonshell11.swf Solving Equations… (Unit.

T-shirt? All Girls: use simple drawings (t-shirt, socks and $30) Solve Two-Step Equations ax + b = c Student Outcome: I will learn how to solve and model problems with 2-step equations. Maurie saw this sign advertising T-shirts and socks. He pays $30 for/ of one T-shirt? All Boys: use the balance scale with algebra tiles Solve Two-Step Equations ax + b = c Student Outcome: I will learn how to solve and model problems with 2-step equations. Maurie saw this sign advertising T-shirts and socks. He pays $30/


Lecture 2 1.Computing 101 2.Developing a Solution 3.Problem Solving.

an assumption because you know it isn’t true. They may be necessary to solve the problem, or they may just make the problem easier to solve. Scientific Problem-Solving Method 1.Problem Statement a.Diagram b.Assumptions 2.Solution Steps (manual solution) a.Theory / limitations b.Itemize specific steps (in order) as you solve the problem c.Identify results & verify accuracy 3.Computerize the solution a.Express the algorithm as/


© Max Zornada (2005)Slide 1 An Overview of the DMAIC Process at Work The Team Based Problem Solving Process.

Effect DiagramRun chart or control chart Analyse data Analyse process Determine potential root causes Hypothesis Testing Verify root causes Key Steps:- Review remaining project opportunities Review other applications Review learnings © Max Zornada (2005)Slide 8 South Eastern Food Packagers Team Based Problem Solving Case Study © Max Zornada (2005)Slide 9 DMAIC Process Storyboard TEAM FORMATION DEFINE MEASURE ANALYSE IMPROVE - I : Generate Potential Solutions/


Response to Intervention www.interventioncentral.org Establishing Response to Intervention in Middle and High Schools: A Step-by-Step Guide Jim Wright.

student RTI ‘pre-meeting’ can be quite brief, lasting perhaps 15-20 minutes. Here is a simple agenda for the meeting: Share information about the student problem(s). Describe the purpose and steps of the RTI Problem-Solving Team meeting. Stress the student’s importance in the intervention plan. Have the student describe his or her learning needs. Invite the student to attend the/


1 Andes Tutoring: Freedom, Support, and Accelerated Learning as Students Solve Complex Physics Problems Kurt VanLehn & Brett van de Sande School of Computing,

). 23 Frequently asked questions (slide 3 of 3) u Why does Andes focus on problem solving? Problem solving doesn’t improve conceptual understanding [sic]. Instruction really should focus on __________ instead of problem-solving. –Andes requires more conceptual steps than paper. –Reflective debriefing is being added –Perhaps instructors should let Andes to handle problem-solving so they can focus on __________. 24 Outline u Goals of the Andes project/


Section 1.3 Problem Solving Math in Our World. Learning Objectives  State the four steps in the basic problem solving procedure.  Solve problems by.

Objectives  State the four steps in the basic problem solving procedure.  Solve problems by using a diagram.  Solve problems by using trial and error.  Solve problems involving money.  Solve problems by using calculation.  Step 1 Understand the problem. Read the problem slowly, jotting down the key ideas  Step 2 Devise a plan to solve the problem. Draw a diagram, find a formula, look for patterns  Step 3 Carry out the plan to solve the problem. Solve the problem, follow the numbers, create/


What are the steps in the Four Step Plan to solve math problems? Miss Hartgrove Hanes Middle School.

means to solve problems. Learn the best way to solve math problems. Use our new problem solving plan to solve math problems. What do you already know about problem solving? What do you want to learn about problem solving? The Four Step Plan to Solving Math Problems To help us solve math problems that we encounter in class, we are going to use a problem solving plan. This plan gives you a step-by-step guide to solving any math problem. If you/


Trees (Revisited) CHAPTER 15 6/30/15 Nyhoff, ADTs, Data Structures and Problem Solving with C++, Second Edition, © 2005 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights.

we rotate at node (8)  The result is a balanced tree with 8 as the new root 0 4 8 12 0 0 0 Step 5: Nyhoff, ADTs, Data Structures and Problem Solving with C++, Second Edition, © 2005 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0-13-140909-3 27  Next we insert node (1/will handle by a R-L rotation next. 4 8 12 1 1 0 1 0 4 8 2 2 0 1 2 0 Step 6: Nyhoff, ADTs, Data Structures and Problem Solving with C++, Second Edition, © 2005 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0-13-140909-3 28  The imbalance is at/


4  The Simplex Method: Standard Maximization Problems  The Simplex Method: Standard Minimization Problems  The Simplex Method: Nonstandard Problems.

constants of the tableau for negative entries. a.If there are no negative entries, complete the solution using the simplex method for problems in standard form. b.If there are negative entries, proceed to step 5. Simplex Method for Solving Nonstandard Problems 5.Pivot the tableau. a. Pick any negative entry in a row in which a negative entry in the column of constants/


1 Problem Solving Key to Continuous Improvement Prepare by: Iman Pirman Hidayat, SE.,M.Si.,Ak. webblog: imanph.wordpress.com.

identify concerns Keep asking to surface the real issues Team to get agreement on area of mutual concern 4 Six Steps Problem Solving Process Step 1. Identify Concerns (How urgent or important is this?) Identifying the gap Something is wrong and needs to/ preserve by any solution you make? 3.What do you want to avoid by any solution you make? Six Steps Problem Solving Process 12 Step Three – Evaluate Alternatives Tool 1. Establish priorities List absolute requirements (points value) PtsReqmt MNO 10<6 wks<$300/


Response to Intervention www.interventioncentral.org Establishing Response to Intervention in Middle and High Schools: A Step-by-Step Guide Jim Wright.

student RTI ‘pre-meeting’ can be quite brief, lasting perhaps 15-20 minutes. Here is a simple agenda for the meeting: Share information about the student problem(s). Describe the purpose and steps of the RTI Problem-Solving Team meeting. Stress the student’s importance in the intervention plan. Have the student describe his or her learning needs. Invite the student to attend the/


4-1 Copyright  2009 McGraw-Hill Australia Pty Ltd PPTs t/a Managerial Problem Solving by Wood Slides prepared by Robert Wood, Julie Cogin and Jens Beckmann.

each score represents 4-20 Copyright  2009 McGraw-Hill Australia Pty Ltd PPTs t/a Managerial Problem Solving by Wood Slides prepared by Robert Wood, Julie Cogin and Jens Beckmann Decision Matrix Simple Steps Step 1: Set up List all viable options for solving the problem; draw up a table Step 2: Identify decision/selection criteria Write criteria so that a high score = favourable result, low score/


Response to Intervention www.interventioncentral.org RTI Teams in Middle and High Schools: Following a Structured Problem-Solving Model Jim Wright www.interventioncentral.org.

integrity’) Response to Intervention www.interventioncentral.org 32 The Problem-Solving Model & Multi-Disciplinary Teams A school consultative process (‘the problem-solving model’) with roots in applied behavior analysis was developed (e.g., Bergan, 1995) that includes 4 steps: –Problem Identification –Problem Analysis –Plan Implementation –Problem Evaluation Originally designed for individual consultation with teachers, the problem-solving model was later adapted in various forms to multi-disciplinary/


Response to Intervention www.interventioncentral.org Establishing Response to Intervention in Middle and High Schools: A Step-by-Step Guide Jim Wright.

student RTI ‘pre-meeting’ can be quite brief, lasting perhaps 15-20 minutes. Here is a simple agenda for the meeting: Share information about the student problem(s). Describe the purpose and steps of the RTI Problem-Solving Team meeting. Stress the student’s importance in the intervention plan. Have the student describe his or her learning needs. Invite the student to attend the/


Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Graphing 1.Decide whether a given ordered pair is a solution of a system. 2.Solve linear systems by graphing. 3.Solve.

is + + Applications of Linear Systems 1.Solve problems about unknown numbers. 2.Solve problems about quantities and their costs. 3.Solve problems about mixtures. 4.Solve problems about distance, rate (or speed), and time. Applications of Linear Systems Recall from Section 2.4 the six step method for solving applied problems. These slightly modified steps allow for two variables and two equations. Step 1: Read the problem carefully until you understand what is given/


Introduction to problem solving. Introductory Discussion? What problems are you faced with daily? Do you think a computer can be designed to solve those.

acknowledgement and reminding of the process that can help the problems to be solved. Stages in the problem-solving process 2 Major Phases for the design of any computer program Problem-Solving Phase Implementation Phase Step 1: Define the problem Step 2: Problem Analysis Step 3: Identify and evaluate possible solutions Step 4: Select and justify the optimal solution Step 5: Implementation and Review Step 1: Translate the algorithm into a specific programming language/


Learning Objectives: SWBAT solve word problems developing and solving their own algebraic equations with fluency. Standards: CCLS: 7.EE.4a Solve word problems.

coefficients. Homework: Complete the Equations Worksheet. Learning Objectives: SWBAT solve multi-step mathematical problems with rational number. Standards: CCLS: 7.EE.3 Solve multi-step real-life and mathematical problems posed with positive and negative rational numbers in any form /down our problem solving steps? Do you think we may need to add an additional step for solving inequalities? Today we are going to review our problem solving skills and key words. This will help us to solve word problems in the/


Supervising Problem Solving Course overheads Presented by YOUR NAME HERE!

Organizational Collaboration Legitimate Expectations of Problem Solving zEliminate the problem. zMove the problem. zManage the problem better.  Repair the problem.  Reduce the harm.  Reduce the problem. Module II The Mechanics of Problem Solving Two Objectives zLearn steps and sub-steps necessary for successful problem solving. zLearn what questions to ask to facilitate successful problem-solving in those you supervise. Conceptualization: The Problem-Solving Process Scanning Response Assessment Analysis/


MAFS.3.OA.4.8 SUPPLEMENTAL LESSON Writing equations for two-step word problems.

you have to do first. ONE MORE... Writing Equations for 2-Step Problems Step 1: Read the entire problem. Step 2: MODEL one sentence (or part) at a time. Step 3: Find the answer. Step 4: Write an expression for how you solved each part. Step 5: Use a letter for the unknown in the problem. Writing Equations for 2-Step Problems Ms. Percy bought 4 boxes of paperclips. She gave 11/


+ 3 Act Task: Got Milk? 1 day Schepper. + Standards for Mathematical Practice 1. Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them. You are required.

using unifix cubes and number cubes. 6. Attend to precision. I can use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve one- and two-step word problems. OA.1 I can fluently add and subtract within 20 using mental strategies. OA.2 I can fluently add and/. You will develop your mathematical communication skills as they share their strategies. I can use addition and subtraction to solve one- and two-step word problems. OA.1 I can fluently add and subtract within 20 using mental strategies. OA.2 I can fluently add /


Lecture 02: Problem Solving & Algorithms.  What is Problem Solving?  How to solve a problem?  Problem Solving Strategies  Solving problem with computer.

Lecture 02: Problem Solving & Algorithms  What is Problem Solving?  How to solve a problem?  Problem Solving Strategies  Solving problem with computer -Software Development Method of Problem SolvingSteps in the Software Development Method  Design & representation of algorithms  Programming errors & debugging  Program verification & testing  Program documentation  Definition: ◦ Problem solving is the process of transforming the description of a problem into the solution of that problem by using /


Learn Alberta – video essons&lesson=m6lessonshell11.swf Solving Equations… (Unit.

T-shirt? All Girls: use simple drawings (t-shirt, socks and $30) Solve Two-Step Equations ax + b = c Student Outcome: I will learn how to solve and model problems with 2-step equations. Maurie saw this sign advertising T-shirts and socks. He pays $30 for/ of one T-shirt? All Boys: use the balance scale with algebra tiles Solve Two-Step Equations ax + b = c Student Outcome: I will learn how to solve and model problems with 2-step equations. Maurie saw this sign advertising T-shirts and socks. He pays $30/


Slide 1 of 40 Topic & Structure of the lesson In this chapter you will learn about: Problem Solving Algorithm Pseudocodes Flowcharts.

unknown. Split the problem into smaller, simple sub-problems. If you cannot solve the proposed problem try to solve first some related problem. Or solve more general problem. Or special case of the problem. Or solve the part of the problem. Slide 7 of 40 Problem Solving Third: Carry out your plan. CARRYING OUT THE PLAN Carrying out your plan of the solution,check each step. Can you see clearly that step is correct? Can/


Eight-Step Problem Solving for School Improvement Planning Presented by Region IV Differentiated Accountability.

planning Align district new teacher mentoring support with school needs BSI Summer Academy 201332 What would your team add to these strategies? What is the 8-step problem-solving process? 33 What is the 8-step problem-solving process? 34 Step 5 : Intervention Development & Follow Up Identify plan of action, specifying who, will do what, and by when to eliminate barrier. WHO? Name or title WHAT? Detailed/


Two-Body Pulley Problems. Consider the following system: M A = 3.0 kg M B = 1.5 kg Pulley a) frictionless b) μ K = 0.200 table A B.

force but not its size. a) frictionless b) μ K = 0.200 table B aAaA aBaB A Two-Body Pulley Problems Now we have two scalar equations: T = 3 a equation #1 T = 15 -1.5 a equation #2 Step 11: Solve by sub #1 into #2 M A = 3.0 kg M B = 1.5 kg Pulley: a machine that/ force but not its size. a) frictionless b) μ K = 0.200 table B aAaA aBaB A Two-Body Pulley Problems Now we have two scalar equations: T = 3 a equation #1 T = 15 -1.5 a equation #2 Step 11: Solve by sub #1 into #2 3 a = 15 -1.5 a 4.5 a = 15 M A = 3./


CONSTRUCTIVISM Problem-based learning Collaborative Learning Case-Based Learning Engaged Learning Active Learning Scaffolding Cognitive Coaching Modeling.

her time better, but just doesn’t see how she can squeeze another minute out of her schedule. Step 1: Problem-Solving- Tamara Has a Time Problem 1.Determine what your group knows about time management and creating a time management plan for Tamara. 2./manage her time better, but just doesn’t see how she can squeeze another minute out of her schedule. Step 4: Problem-Solving- Tamara Has a Time Problem The group’s Presenter will, with the help of the group, will present their time management plan. Scaffolding /


Module Two: Review Questions 1.What is a Problem? a)Any question or matter involving doubt, uncertainty, or difficulty b)A question proposed for solution.

)Complicate the situation c)Determine possible issues and falsehoods d)Accept assumptions about the problem 6.Why is defining a problem the first step of problem solving? a)Because the problem is always clear and definable b)Because the problem should be attacked before it is defined c)Because the problem may not be clear d)None of the above Module Four: Review Questions 7.When defining a/


Division Chelsea Caraway 4 th Grade. Today, I will… Solve division problems with one-digit divisors using basic division facts.

whole numbers. Share! Tell your shoulder partner what we will learn about today! Method Let’s review the steps of the CUBES Method for solving word problems! ircle the Question What are you being asked to solve? Share! Explain what the C in the CUBES Method stands for to your face partner! If an important number is written in word form, write it in/


Grade 3. Confidential2 Step 1: Read Read the problem to: See what you need to find. Identify information that will help you find it. What do you know?

; guessing and checking; writing an equation; working backwards; solving a simpler problem Step 3: Solve Solve the problem. Step 4: Look Back Check your answer Does your answer make sense?  A problem-solving strategy is a plan for solving a problem.  Different strategies work better for different types of problems.  Sometimes you can use more than one strategy to solve a problem.  As you practice solving problems, you will discover which strategies you prefer and which/


Solving Two-Step and Multi-Step Equations Warm Up Lesson Presentation

10 – 10 8 = 4a Since a is multiplied by 4, divide both sides by 4 to undo the multiplication. 8 = 4a 4 2 = a Example 1B: Solving Two-Step Equations Solve 5t – 2 = –32. 5t – 2 = –32 First t is multiplied by 5. Then 2 is subtracted. Work backward: Add 2 to both sides. + / the total paid is about $736, which is close to the amount given in the problem, $735.95. Example 5A: Solving Equations to Find an Indicated Value If 4a + 0.2 = 5, find the value of a – 1. Step 1 Find the value of a. 4a + 0.2 = 5 Since 0.2 is/


Problem Solving by Monica Yuskaitis. Problem Solving is easy if you follow these steps Understand the problem.

+ s = 31 31 – 14 = s Total = 311st week =14 2nd week = ? Problem Solving is easy if you follow these steps Solve The Problem Step 3 - Solve the problem 3 1 – 1 4 Total = 311st week =14 2nd week = ? 2 1 71 Problem Solving is easy if you follow these steps Look Back & Check Step 4 - Look Back & Check Reread the problem Luis earned 14 Accelerated Reading points the first week of November. At/


Problem Solving Draw a Diagram by Monica Yuskaitis.

an equationMake a list Find a patternWork backwards Use reasoningDraw a diagram Make a tableAct it out Step 2 - Decide how youre going to solve the problem Make your diagram N E S W start 1 mile finish Problem Solving is easy if you follow these steps Solve The Problem Step 3 - Solve the problem N E S W start 1 mile finish Measure the distance between the start and the/


Problem Solving Model Preparation for Implementation

of Data at Tier I STAR reading Pre-EOG Running Record Curriculum based measurements (DIBELS, Aimsweb, for example) Specific skill growth or performance PSM Procedures Activities at Tier II Steps of cyclical problem-solving model repeat, but more school personnel are involved as needed Parent Teacher Counselor, school psychologist, reading teacher, administrator, social worker, nurse, etc. PSM Procedures Examples at Tier II Parent/


Learning Objectives 4.1 Recognize and define an existing or potential workplace problem. 4.2 List the nine steps that comprise a systematic approach to.

. Solving Problems Effectively The first step in any good problem-solving process is to define and structure the problem. A common mistake in problem solving is starting with the solution rather then with the problem. Solving the Wrong Problem Precisely There are several ways in which people solve the wrong problem precisely, which includes: Picking the wrong stakeholders Framing the problem to narrowly Failure to think systematically Failure to find facts 9 Step Problem Solving Systematic Approach Step/


Solving Multi-Step Equations

15 y = 225 z = 121 w = 19.5 Problem of the Day Ana has twice as much money as Ben, and Ben has three times as much as Clio. Together they have $160. How much does each person have? Ana, $96; Ben, $48; Clio, $16 Learn to solve multi-step equations. To solve a multi-step equation, you may have to simplify the equation first/


A1.c How do I Solve Equations In One Variable, Including Equations Involving Absolute Values? Course 3 Warm Up Problem of the Day Lesson Presentation.

Equations Involving Absolute Values? Course 3 Warm Up Problem of the Day Lesson Presentation Problem of the Day x is an odd integer. If you triple x and then subtract 7, you get a prime number. What is the smallest possible x? (Hint: What is the smallest prime number?) x = 3 Learn to solve two-step equations. Sometimes more than one inverse operation is/


J J EOPARDY Lets Get Ready To Play Some.... Solve One Step Equations Solve Two Step Equations Solve Other Equations Word Problems to Equations 100 200.

J J EOPARDY Lets Get Ready To Play Some... Solve One Step Equations Solve Two Step Equations Solve Other Equations Word Problems to Equations 100 200 300 400 500 Final Jeopardy Jeopardy Board Solve One Step Equations - 100 Solve: x + 4 = 8 BoardAnswer Board Solve One Step Equations - 100 Solve: x + 4 = 8 Algebra Tiles x + 4 = 8 Get rid of 4 yellows Both sides x = 4 Algebra x + 4 = 8 – 4 x/


Solving Edge-Matching Puzzles Using DNA Computing Mohammed AlShamrani Department of Computer Science Concordia University March 23, 2011.

lanes (bridging) DNA Grid 2. Formulate an algorithm3. Implement a DNA lab protocol 1. Define the problem Solving Edge-Matching Puzzles Using DNA Computing Step 1: Associate half-tiles to random ssDNA sequences (synthesis) 5-ATGGGTGAAGAAGATG GTAGAAGAGAAATAAG -3 GAATAAAGCTAGCGGC-3 2/Bridging strands 2. Formulate an algorithm3. Implement a DNA lab protocol 1. Define the problem Solving Edge-Matching Puzzles Using DNA Computing Step 5: Bridge lanes. Bridging is a sensitive and labor-intensive process: 3-D shape /


MNPS Numeracy Coaches Ernestine Saville Brock Mathematics Coordinator Teaching Mathematics Through Problem Solving.

125 U.S. stamps. She has 3 times as many foreign stamps as U.S. stamps. How many stamps does she have altogether? Resources Step by Step Model Drawing by Char Forsten 8 Step Model Drawing – Singapores Best Problem Solving Math Strategies by Bob Hogan and Char Forsten Writing Strategies for Mathematics by Tricia Brummer and Sarah Kartchner Clark. Marilyn Burns http://illuminations.nctm.org/


TEACHING TECHNIQUES AND METHODS

disciplines. Evaluating the learning is easy. It has some worldly burdens. 2-Which one is not the step of problem solving method? Delimitation of the problem Planning the application Preparing the working guide Deduction 3-Discuss the importance of problem-solving method. 4-Explain the limitations of the problem solving method and solutions for them. Cooperative Learning Technique: OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson students will be/


LEADERSHIP I FOR FIRE AND EMS: STRATEGIES FOR COMPANY SUCCESS PROBLEM-SOLVING: IDENTIFYING NEEDS AND PROBLEMS PROBLEM-SOLVING: IDENTIFYING NEEDS AND PROBLEMS.

advantages and disadvantages of individual and group problem-solving.Describe advantages and disadvantages of individual and group problem-solving. Demonstrate Nominal Group Technique (NGT).Demonstrate Nominal Group Technique (NGT). Slide PS-3 OBJECTIVES (contd) Describe four methods by which problems are solved.Describe four methods by which problems are solved. Outline the critical steps in a problem- solving model.Outline the critical steps in a problem- solving model. Apply force field analysis as an/


Ch 3 Sec 3: Slide #1 Columbus State Community College Chapter 3 Section 3 Solving Application Problems with One Unknown Quantity.

? Yes. 4 – 1 + 15 = – 4 + 15 = 11. So – 1 is the correct solution because it works when you put it back into the original problem. Ch 3 Sec 3: Slide #10 Solving an Application Problem Step 1 Read the problem once to see what it is about. Read it carefully a second time. As you read, make a sketch or write word phrases that identify/


Columbus State Community College

an Improper Fraction EXAMPLE 2 Writing a Mixed Number as an Improper Fraction 2 9 8 Write as an improper fraction. 2 9 8 Step 1 8 • 9 = 72 Step 2 = Then 72 + 2 = 74 2 9 8 74 9  ( 8 • 9 ) + 2 Same denominator Writing / 16 cups of flour available, how many batches of cookies can Mary make? 16 ÷ 2 = 8 batches  Estimate Solving Application Problems with Mixed Numbers EXAMPLE 8 Solving Application Problems: Mixed Numbers (b) Mary’s recipe for chocolate chip cookies calls for cups of flour per batch. If she has /


Introducción a la Optimización de procesos químicos. Curso 2005/2006 PROBLEM SOLVING FOR OPTIMIZATION Decisions: 1. Purchase feed type A 2. Process feed.

a la Optimización de procesos químicos. Curso 2005/2006 PROB. SOLV. FOR OPTIMIZATION USING THE SIX-STEP PROBLEM SOLVING METHOD Its circular, not linear We look back after each step. 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 34 5 6 If step is complex, can apply all six steps inside one major step Introducción a la Optimización de procesos químicos. Curso 2005/


INTEREST-BASED PROBLEM SOLVING, AN EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT PROCESS

. They tell us why solving the problem is important INTEREST-BASED PROBLEM SOLVING Step 1 - Problems or Issues With any problem, there are other problems or issues associated with it. Make sure you identify problems, not symptoms. INTEREST-BASED PROBLEM SOLVING Step 2 – Identify Interests Brainstorm/ If it does not, strike or cross out the option. Do this with all options. INTEREST-BASED PROBLEM SOLVING Step 7, Come to Consensus on a Solution There will probably be more than one solution that meets the /


Graphical Approach to solve multi-step problems Cindy and George have equal number of pencils. After George gives 30 pencils to Cindy, she has 4 times.

has the same number as George. 30 Graphical Approach to solve multi-step problems Cindy George 2): George gives Cindy 30 pencils. ?30? Graphical Approach to solve multi-step problems Cindy George 2): George gives Cindy 30 pencils. ?30 ? Graphical Approach to solve multi-step problems Cindy George ? 30 ? 2): George gives Cindy 30 pencils. Graphical Approach to solve multi-step problems Cindy George ? 30 ? ???? 3): Now Cindy has 4  more pencils/


Graphical Approach to solve multi-step problems A farmer has 700 goats and sheep. After he sells 400 sheep and ¾ of his goat, he has equal number of goats.

Sells 400 sheep and ¾ of his goats. 400? 300 3) Now he has equal number of goats and sheep. ???? Graphical Approach to solve multi-step problems 1) Total number of goats and sheep: 700 700 GoatsSheep 2) Sells 400 sheep and ¾ of his goats. 40060 300 60 3) Now /he has equal number of goats and sheep. Graphical Approach to solve multi-step problems 700 GoatsSheep 2) Sells 400 sheep and ¾ of his goats. 40060 300 60 4) Number of sheep: 460 3) Now he has /


Efficiently Solving Computer Programming Problems Svetlin Nakov Telerik Corporation www.telerik.com.

the search query  www.google.com/advanced_search www.google.com/advanced_search 80  Problems solving needs methodology:  Understanding and analyzing problems  Using a sheet of paper and a pen for sketching  Thinking up, inventing and trying ideas  Decomposing problems into subproblems  Selecting appropriate data structures  Thinking about the efficiency and performance  Implementing step-by-step  Testing the nominal case, border cases and efficiency 81 Questions? http://academy/


Supporting Tools, 6 Steps to Problem Solving

you arrive at the correct area of the event sequence. Verto Laurus Consulting Supporting Tools, 6 Steps to Problem Solving Once we have found the point of cause it must be interrogated to establish the direct cause/ ISSUES ANY DEVIATION FROM NORMAL Verto Laurus Consulting Supporting Tools, 6 Steps to Problem Solving Verto Laurus Consulting Supporting Tools, 6 Steps to Problem Solving Verto Laurus Consulting Explanation of Worksheet Steps 1. Set the Objectives (SMART) SMART stands for: Specific, Measurable/


Computational Complexity

polynomially equivalent Cook Reductions Y is Polynomial Time Reducible to X Solve problem Y with a polynomial number of computation steps and a polynomial number of calls to a black box that solves X Notation: Y y means x reduces to y (if you can solve y, then you can solve x) Then to join the NP complete club, you need a reduction from SAT (or/


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