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Five examples of word problems with some discussion of deductive reasoning and problem solving in general.

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Christopher Vaughen

A video model showing how to teach a step by step process to solve word problems. This video shows a simple way to solve word problems targeted mainly to middle school students, but it is also good for 4th graders, 5th graders, 6th graders, 7th graders, 8th graders, and 9th graders. It will even help as background skills for algebra. This system for solving word problems will show teachers how to teach students ways to apply their math skills in real world applications. This video can be used by teachers as a coaching video to model how to teach students how to solve word problems. Parents can also learn from this video to help their children ages 10 years through 14 years to solve word problems especially as homework. The system for solving word problems used in this video is called "solving word problems with a BUCK" this system helps teachers teach students how to simplify, organize, and solve word problems, after all "Life is a Word Problem" -- the lesson will model how to breakdown a word problem and make it easier to solve because it will not be confusing for the students. This video will show students how to remember an easy way to do the word problems making them less threatening, lowering anxiety and resistance to word problems. The strategies modeled in this video will help students prepare for the STAR testing and provide more success on the math portion of the CST and other standardized testing. This system is extremely helpful to struggling, low performing students due to the simplicity and easy to remember method. It will help English Language Learners understand how to solve word problems with the easy to understand method, building on and reinforcing academic language.

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Smartatmath

A short educational video about what psychology tells us about how people solve problems.
Three-Glass Problem
1983. Chi and Glaser. "Problem Solving Abilities. https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a134717.pdf
https://psycnet.apa.org/record/1953-04914-001
The Candle Problem
1952. Adamson. "Functional Fixedness as Related to Problem Solving: A Repetition of Three Experiments." https://psycnet.apa.org/record/1953-04914-001
1966. Glucksberg and Weisberg. "Verbal Behavior and Problem Solving: Some Effects of Labeling in a Functional Fixedness Problem." https://psycnet.apa.org/record/1966-06294-001
1973. Weisberg and Suls. "An Information-processing Model of Duncker's Candle Problem." https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0010028573900145
2004. Kershaw and Ohlsson. "Multiple Causes of Difficulty in Insight: The Case of the Nine-Dot Problem." https://psycnet.apa.org/record/2003-10949-001

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Edward Oneill

This week we dive deep on critical thinking and how it applies to problem-solving!
Your future is nothing but the outcome of the decisions you make today. You make better decisions today, your future will be more prosperous, you make the wrong ones, then your future will be full of struggles.
So, today we are going to talk about critical thinking and how it applies to problem-solving.
I’ll give you a weird analogy here. Critical thinking ability is like having infrared goggles and looking at the sky at night.
Without it, You look at the space, you see only three things, you see darkness, stars, and sometimes planets. But the moment You put on your infrared goggles then you get to see all these beautiful things that were invisible before. You see giant gas clouds in the galaxy, you see dust, you see all these things that were previously impossible to see.
That’s what critical thinking is. It lets you identify the actual problems, the root causes, but also it helps you see the opportunities.
Now, critical thinking isn’t only applicable to your work. It’s applicable to every single area of your life.
But my channel is all about your career. So, that’s what’ll cover in this video.
Now, we need a framework. And the framework starts with
Problem Statement.
The problem statement is very similar to a project charter. It includes;
Goals, as in what are you trying to achieve, your success criteria, as in how will I know I succeeded or failed, your assumptions, timelines, and stakeholders involved.
It’s very similar to a project charter.
I am actually going to call this Problem Charter.
This document is very helpful for two reasons. The second reason being a lot more important than the first.
The first reason why it’s very helpful is that when you get engaged in that problem solving mode, you start uncovering a lot of other symptoms, that may be caused by completely other root causes. We are not interested in that at that moment. You will document those, but you are not going to develop solution alternatives and develop action plans for those. Unless there are dependencies.
So, it helps you understand your scope, who to deal with, the timelines, it basically keeps everything under control.
But to be honest, in my decade long consulting career, I noticed that the biggest help of having such a charter is all about moving through the bureaucracy.
Let me explain.
When you are going through problem-solving stages, you actually do a lot of work, you summon meetings, you request data from various departments, you request for expertise from consultants, so you are shaking things, you are moving things around.
Now, what gives you the power to do it?
What gives you the power to call all these people to a meeting room, what gives you the power to ask for certain analytics data from a completely different department? Why should they attend that meeting or give you the data you want?
Because they like you and they want to help you? What if they don’t like you.
Now if you are a senior employee, you are a manager, director, VP, then fine, of course, everyone will come into the meeting or give you the data you want. But if you are not that senior. Where does your power come from?
It comes from that document. The problem charter. Corporate companies aren’t usually very agile.
They move slowly and the employees are usually very – they are not lazy but they push back –They don’t want to stop what they are doing and join your little problem-solving brainstorm session and go through your little power point of fishbone analysis. They got their own thing to worry about.
So, if you have your problem charter, only a few pages, signed off by a sponsor, someone senior, then you have the power to get the data you want and bring in experts and call for meetings.
Ok, now let’s continue;
I mean you developed the problem statement, you got your buy-in from someone senior, now, you are off to solve the problem.
The 2nd step in your critical thinking towards a problem is identifying the root causes, right?
5 Whys is made famous by Toyota Production System. As the name suggests, you ask WHY WHY WHY until you get to a root cause. Very simple stuff.
This video covers;
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Deniz Sasal

Are you facing a challenging situation at work? Ed Muzio, author of "Make Work Great" explains a 7 step solution to effective problem solving.

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BNETvideo

Brian Galvin, Veritas Prep's Director of Academic Programs, discusses how the answer choices often contain valuable clues in Problem Solving questions on the GMAT.

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Veritas Prep

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Imagine where you want to be someday. Now, how did you get there? Retrograde analysis is a style of problem solving where you work backwards from the endgame you want. It can help you win at chess -- or solve a problem in real life. At TEDYouth 2012, chess grandmaster Maurice Ashley delves into his favorite strategy.
Talk by Maurice Ashley.

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TED-Ed

This is one of the 3 problem solving techniques I personally used to get through coding interviews with companies such as Google.
To get the 2 other techniques, check out my Udemy course, "11 Essential Coding Interview Questions":
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CS Dojo

"Tell me about a difficult situation or challenge you faced in a workplace"
By asking this question, employers are trying to see how you (A) take charge in handling a challenging situation, or (B) collaborate with your coworkers as a team to solve a conflict. They want to know if you have critical thinking and problem solving skill, how you approach the problem and the level of responsibility you take in challenging situations.
It is very important to make sure that you use an example that demonstrates your ability to handle difficult situation. So do not mention about when you elevated the responsibility. Rather, talk about times when you stepped up and took a leadership position by collaborating with your coworkers.
In order to construct effective story, use PAR model and follow the 3 steps.
1 Problem: Identify the problem. What was the issue?
2 Action: How did you and your coworkers analyzed the problem and took actions to solve the issue?
3 Result: What was the positive outcome in result of the action?
By following PAR model, you can frame your story well.
Watch the video to see example answer and start constructing your answer.
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Jobspeaker

EDST6347 Major Project Assignment
Problem-based learning is a great teaching strategy that can be used for all types of learners-including adult learners! The video is about PBL and includes an overview, key elements, examples, implementation, and outcomes.
I do not own the music used in this video. It was obtained through Jamendo.
References:
(2001). Problem-based learning. Stanford University Newsletter on Teaching: 11(1). Retrieved from http://web.stanford.edu/dept/CTL/cgi-bin/docs/news...
Experiential learning. Northern Illinois University, Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center. Retrieved from http://www.niu.edu/facdev/_pdf/guide/strategies/ex...
Cercone, K. (2008). Characteristics of adult learners with implications for online learning design. AACE Journal, 16(2), 137-159. Retrieved from http://www.distance.uvic.ca/pdfs/instructors/Chara...
Kilroy, D. A. (2003). Review: Problem based learning. Emergency Medicine Journal: 21(4), 411-413. Retrieved from http://emj.bmj.com/content/21/4/411.full.pdf+html
Kwan, C. Y. (2000). What is problem-based learning (PBL)? It is magic, myth and mindset. Centre for Development of Teaching and Learning: 3(3). Retrieved from http://www.cdtl.nus.edu.sg/brief/Pdf/v3n3.pdf
Loyens, S. M. M., Kirschner, P., & Paas, F. (2011). Problem-based learning. In K. R. Harris, S. Graham, & T. Urdan (Eds.), APA Educational Psychology Handbook: 3. Application to learning and teaching. Washington: American Psychological Association. Retrieved from http://ro.uow.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2...
Wood, E. J. (2004). Review: Problem-based learning. Acta Biochimica Polonica: 51, 21-26. Retrieved from http://www.actabp.pl/pdf/2_2004/XXI.pdf

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Paulina Naslonski

This cool math trick for multiplication is amazing - you will be solving math with no problem! Multiply numbers instantly without hesitation and amaze everyone with your genius! Become the lord of mathematics!

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LinkedIn Learning

This unit will apply general problem solving strategy presented in part 1 to solve more complex word problems.

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Dan's Prealgebra Review

How do you analyze a circuit with resistors in series and parallel configurations? With the Break It Down-Build It Up Method!
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0:00 INTRO: In this video we solve a combination series and parallel resistive circuit problem for the voltage across, current through and power dissipated by the circuit's resistors.
1:32 BREAK IT DOWN: We redraw the circuit in linear form to more easily identify series and parallel relationships. Then we combine resistors using equivalent resistance equations. After redrawing several times we end up with a single resistor representing the equivalent resistance of the circuit. We then apply Ohm's Law to this simple (or rather simplified) circuit and determine the circuit current (I-0 in the video).
7:36 BUILD IT UP: Retracing our redraws, we determine the voltage across and current through each resistor in the circuit using Ohm's Law.
12:51 POWER: After tabulating our solutions we determine the power dissipated by each resistor.

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Jesse Mason

Learn how to solve proportions in these step by step examples. Check out all my math videos on http://YouTube.com/MathMeeting

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Math Meeting

Art of Problem Solving's Richard Rusczyk introduces 2-circle Venn diagrams, and using subtraction as a counting technique.
Learn more: http://bit.ly/ArtofProblemSolving

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Art of Problem Solving

In this video, I have explained 2nd Quality Control tool i.e. Fishbone diagram in very detailed. I have also explained procedure in very easy way about how to create a Fishbone diagram on Flipchart or Whiteboard, in Microsoft Excel as well as in Minitab. Everything is with steps, snapshots and examples, which will be very easy to understand.
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Introducing the "Toolbox" method of solving projectile motion problems! Here we use kinematic equations and modify with initial conditions to generate a "toolbox" of equations with which to solve a classic three-part projectile motion problem.
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Jesse Mason

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Econbusters

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Game theory is the study of human behaviour in strategic settings. It is used to solve some of the harder problems in economics.
So what is a game? To have a game, you need at least two players, sometimes called agents, or, if you want to be really crazy, people. And you need payoffs for the players, you need to define the outcomes they can potentially get depending on how the game unfolds. And finally, you need rules for the game.
Now, it's not always obvious how people will behave, even with players, payoffs, and rules clearly defined. That's why game theorists have a number of solution concepts for games, including the dominant strategy equilibrium, the Nash equilibrium, the subgame perfect Nash equilibrium, the Bayesian equilibrium, and the weak perfect Bayesian equilibrium.
The most basic solution concept is the dominant strategy equilibrium. In a game, each player can have any number of possible strategies. One strategy strictly dominates another strategy if the player is always better off under that strategy no matter what other players do. If one strategy strictly dominates every other possible strategy a player could take, that strategy is a strictly dominant strategy. We have a dominant strategy equilibrium when all players play a strictly dominant strategy.
Now let's look at the most famous game in game theory, the Prisoner's Dilemma. There are two prisoners, prisoner 1 and prisoner 2, and they each have a choice. They can testify against the other, or they can keep quiet.
If they both keep quiet, they both get off with a light sentence, which I'll represent with a payoff of 2. Prisoner 1's payoff is on the left, prisoner 2's is on the right. If they both testify, they both get a moderate sentence. I'll represent the moderate sentence by a payoff of 0. Right about now, keeping quiet is looking like the best option, but there's more to this game. If one testifies and the other keeps quiet, the one who testified will get off scot free, and the one who kept quiet will get an extremely harsh sentence; they'll throw the book at him.
Think about this game for a moment. Keeping quiet looks like a pretty good option if both prisoners could promise not to testify. But these prisoners only care about their own self-interest. So, both prisoners may tell the other they pinky swear not to testify, but they won't keep that promise. If prisoner 2 keeps quiet, prisoner 1 is better off testifying. If prisoner 2 testifies, prisoner 1 is better off testifying. Testifying is a dominant strategy for both players, so both testifying is the dominant strategy equilibrium.
The prisoner's dilemma comes up in all sorts of situations. For instance, instead of prisoners our players could be, say, oil companies. If both set a high price they can sell for a high price, but each one has an incentive to undercut, in which case he will capture the entire market. The equilibrium outcome is for each company to charge a low price.
The prisoner's dilemma isn't the only game with a dominant strategy equilibrium. Here's a more complicated one. Can you tell which strategy is dominant? It's A for player 1, and E for player 2. So the dominant strategy equilibrium is A, E.

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The Economics Detective

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We analyze a circuit using Kirchhoff's Rules (a.k.a. Kirchhoff's Laws). The Junction Rule: "The sum of the currents into a junction is equal to the sum of the currents out of that junction." (Conservation of Charge) The Loop Rule: "The sum of the voltages around a closed loop is equal to zero." (Conservation of Energy)

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Jesse Mason

By using real-world problems as projects for children to solve, Crellin Elementary empowers, engages, and excites students about what they can learn and how they can use that knowledge.
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Edutopia

This chemistry video tutorial explains how to solve acid base titration problems. It provides a basic introduction into acid base titrations with the calculations, formulas, & equations that go with it. It explains how to solve acid base titration problems using a formula and a conversion process in typical solution stoichiometry problems. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems including those with KHP.
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Learn how to determine the dominant strategy of a game matrix in game theory.

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I ♥ π

3 linear equation examples with strategies for trickier equations.

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Angiewvc

The 8D (Disciplines) Problem Solving Process is a team oriented and structured problem solving methodology.
This video is the first part of our "The 8D Problem Solving Process" e-learning module. A MS PowerPoint Slideshow (narrated) with over 5 hours of audio, walking you slide-by-slide through our "The 8D Problem Solving Process" training module.
The e-learning module and the training material can be purchased on our website www.oec-us.com/opex-academy .

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Operational Excellence Consulting LLC

This video will give teachers a model to help them teach their own students how to solve percentage problems using reading skills. This video shows an easy way to remember the steps for solving percentage problems and how to convert decimal numbers to percentages and percentages to decimals. It uses connections to prior learning for middle school low performing students and English language learners. The video can also be used by 4th and 5th grade teachers for grade level instruction of decimals and percentage. These are strategies building on students' knowledge of reading and shows students how to convert written sentences to mathematical sentences. These strategies are easy for students to remember and for teachers to teach, they are easy and understandable using academic language giving easy reminders for academic vocabulary. Engaging visuals to help students remember how to solve percentage problems and how to perform decimal to percentage conversions. This video should be used by teachers and parents as a model of how to teach percentage problems. It follows a simple sentence structure and procedure that makes solving percentages easy. It has tricks on how to remember strategies and academic vocabulary. Teachers will love this coaching video because they will be able to reach their students in 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, 9th grade, or 10th grade. These visuals and easy steps will help low performing middle school students understand especially students of color and ELL students. This understanding of percentage and decimals will give students the foundation for algebra. These coaching videos for teachers will give them uncluttered, understandable strategies for their students. These easy steps will be remembered by the students and they will gain confidence in their math skills giving them the background for future STEM classes. This video will teach teachers how to teach percentage using reading skills., addressing the Common Core State Standards and the Standards for Mathematical Practices.These strategies will also help students prepare for standardized testing in all districts and the CST, STAR testing and Smarter Balanced Assessment in California.

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Smartatmath

This long division math youtube video tutorial explains how to divide big numbers the easy way. It explains how to perform long division with 2-digit divisors with remainders. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems. It's useful for beginners and for kids in 4th grade or 3rd grade. My recommendation is to make a list of the multiples of the divisor from 1 to 10 and use it perform the long division problem. The video will explain everything.

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The Organic Chemistry Tutor

Watch now a McKinsey-style case solved by an ex-McKinsey consultant!
Do you want to watch a case interview where I interview a real candidate using this very same case?
Go to www.craftingcases.com/BEDANDBATH to get that video. I added my comments to it, where I tell you what she did right, what she did wrong, and what you should be learning from her major mistakes.
This case could be found in a first round or in a final-round partner interview in McKinsey, Bain, or BCG, in any office around the world.
Most candidates would not be able to create a MECE framework to this case - I would say 60-80% would not pass. The reason is that this is an unusual, out-of-the-box case question. Pre-made frameworks like Victor Cheng's, Case in Point's, and others would not help.
In this video, you will watch me, Julio, an ex-Bainee, interviewing Bruno, ex-McKinsey, with a hard, MBB-level case. A tough one. Bruno can get away safely. He would definitely get an offer based on this. Would you?
Table of contents (so you can find stuff later in the future):
00:34 - Case question
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CraftingCases

Demonstrates how to use sets and Venn diagrams to solve word problems. This video is provided by the Learning Assistance Center of Howard Community College. For more math videos and exercises, go to HCCMathHelp.com.

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Abstract Reasoning Test questions with answers and tips by Richard McMunn of How2Become.com. Get complimentary access to Abstract Reasoning tests at https://www.how2become.com/free-psychometric-tests/

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Solved Examples on Probability using different techniques. This video will prove very useful in understanding the concepts of probability.

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Bill Witte

Critical Thinking encompasses six vital skills: problem solving, analysis, creative thinking, interpretation, evaluation, and reasoning.
These skills are increasingly in demand as the world transitions to an "ideas economy." According to Forbes, although 70% of university graduates believe they have the critical thinking skills to succeed in the workplace, only one-third of employers agree. New approaches in education and recruitment are needed to address this "gap."
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Thanks to all of you who support me on Patreon. You da real mvps! $1 per month helps!! :) https://www.patreon.com/patrickjmt !! 30 Challenging Integrals with Detailed Solutions: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Calculus-30-Challenging-Integration-Problems-with-Detailed-Solutions
What Integration Technique Do I Use ? Example 1. Determining how to integrate a particular function can be challenging. In this video, I try to show how I approach them.

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NOTE: The final answer is (X1=8 and X2=2), by mistaken I took CB values instead of Solution.
In this video we can learn Linear Programming problem using Simplex Method using a simple logic with solved problem, hope you will get knowledge in it.
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I present several frameworks you can use for analyzing a business case study. I hope you find it helpful. You can download the presentation here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QygSP7QptupazcRYxqR1W03LLrQ181av/view?usp=sharing

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See how Dr. Yeap Ban Har uses problem-solving, hands-on materials and group work to teach the concept of measuring area in this Year 4 Singapore maths model lesson.
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Selling in special circumstances. shares you bought at different times and prices in one company shares through an investment club shares after a company merger or takeover employee share scheme shares. Jointly owned shares and investments. If you sell shares or investments that you own jointly with other people, work out the gain for the portion that you own, instead of the whole value. There are different rules for investment clubs. What to do next. Deduct costs. Apply reliefs.