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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 NOTA Visual We start with where we're going, and work backwards to where we start. Get the data Build Intuition Verbal The final 3 steps, guess, solve, and check, are what make you a mathematician. 'Pursuing Perfection, Enhancing Education' Understand the variable Define the variable Every problem asks a question. Lets find it.It's often the last sentence in the problem.It often has a question mark. Once we know what question we're answering,we define a variable. We select a letter."x = the number of roads a man must walk down." Is the answer a count? (How many roads must a man walk down?)Is it a time? (How many years can a mountain exist?)Can the answer be negative? A fraction? What's the biggest answer that makes sense? Solution Check your answer Get all the numbers in the problem.Use words to describe what they mean."The Answer = 42The most random number = 47" Draw a diagram Can you describe the problem in your own words?Is there a formula you can use?Can you write an equation? Make a table After Draw a graph Then you make a guess. If you have an equation, plug your answer into it.If you know what type of answer you're looking for,check to make sure your answer is the right type.How close was your answer to your guess?The more you practice, the better you will get. you have done this work, This space might be too small. Feel free to use the back, or another piece of paper. These two steps makeyou a problem solver. Head over to our website:
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