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Chapter 2 - Mission Impossible

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Chapter 2 - Mission Impossible G101

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Cognitive Processes and Problem Solving
Rumi Sastro

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Cognitive Processes and Problem Solving
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Date Created: 09/12/15
ghapter 2 Mission Impossible Useful strategy in problem solving Identify some of the prior knowledge that you possess which are relevant to this problem eg ability to read map understanding the ease and dif culty in walking through different terrains etc 0 Identify the relevant knowledge and information which you do not have and search for them eg How much food and water does a person need to consume daily on such a strenuous trip What is the effect of diabetes on a person39s movement Organize all the relevant information so that you can have a better interpretation of the problem Practice Questions 1 Based on your current knowledge and situations a plan what you can do to reach your career goal in the shortest possible time b You should acknowledge your i Prior knowledge ii Relevant knowledge and information gathered iii constraints iv reasonable assumptions you have made in this plan 1 You have a freshwater aquarium in your home and you recently acquired some sh of the species Rosy Head Minnow Taxanomy Pimephaes Promeas However all the sh you acquired died within 23 days in your freshwater tank at home a Propose three or more speci c information that you would nd out to determine the cause of death of those sh in your tank b Explain why you propose to nd out those information 2 John made the following statement quotMost people are voting Peter to be the president of student council Therefore Peter must be the best quali ed person among all the candidates for this postquot a Is John39s conclusion credible b Explain 2 John was told that in Singapore the movies that have the highest box of ce earnings in cinemas are always those from Hollywood Therefore he deduced that if a new movie from Hollywood is screened in Singapore now it will de nitely have a good box of ce earnings Explain if you agree with his deduction Learning Outcomes 1 Understand that each problem has its constraints 2 Activate relevant prior knowledge and identify the knowledge and information gap that is relevant in solving the problem 3 Able to search for relevant and credible information 4 Determine the causal factors of the problem 5 Organise information to gather a coherent understanding and facilitate a meaningful interpretation of the problem 6 Derive solutions through examining the contextual relevance of information and method of analysis Need answers Feel free to drop me an email 15043445 myrpedusg


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