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## Chapter 3 - Hang, Float, Sink

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# Chapter 3 - Hang, Float, Sink G101

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Cognitive Processes and Problem Solving
Rumi Sastro

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Date Created: 09/19/15
ghapter 3 Hang Float Sink Useful strategy in problem solving Understanding the problem What is my relevant prior knowledge and observation of this problem What is the knowledge and information gap I have of this problem How do search for information that I need for this problem Getting useful and relevant information from observation of experiment Gathering all the information Deduction from the above information Explanation of Solution to the Problem Further Explanation Practice Questions 1 2 David runs a restaurant in a shopping mall but the business is poor even though the human traf c in the mall is high a Suggest three factors that David should examine to determine why the business is poor b Explain your answer clearly David likes to know if people generally prefer to have drink A or B So he asked three of his friends to try these two drinks and got their opinion before concluding which drink most people prefer Explain if his way of making conclusion about people39s preference is credible Learning Outcomes 1 2 3 4 Identify constraints within a problem context Identify knowledge gaps to address the problem Explain which information assumptions prior knowledge andor questions are relevant to solve problems Demonstrate effective information search skills to gather credible and reliable information to solve problems Determine key causal factors of the problem Organise information to facilitate a meaningful and accurate interpretation of the problem situationcontext Examine the contextual relevance of information methods of analysis and coherence of claims to embark on problem solving Evaluate the certainty of claims by examining their objectivity context and the availability of additional informationevidence or potential for ve cann Identify aws in the reasoning process Need answers Feel free to drop me an email 15043445 myrpedusg

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