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## Problem Solving

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"…A critical part of self-evaluation is deciding what caused those errors. Average performers believe their errors were caused by factors outside their control: my opponent got lucky; the task was too hard; I just don’t have the natural ability for this. Top performers, by contrast, believe they are responsible for their errors."

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Problem Solving

Gravity problems are the things that you cannot change. You cannot do anything but accept gravity, and some problems are just there, whether we acknowledge them or not.

A work through or a work around strategy is required to handle a gravity problem.

## How to use design thinking to create a happier life for yourself

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This method means using a thinking buddy to debug a problem together, then share back what you found with the team.

• Think: each person thinks about the problem and writes down their thoughts.
• Pair: consolidate individual thoughts together.
• Share: share back with the rest of the team.

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Inductive reasoning involves looking for a trend or a pattern, then using the observations to formulate a general truth. For example, "When I eat peanuts, my throat swells up and I have difficulty breathing. Therefore, I'm likely allergic to peanuts."

Limitations:

• Inductive reasoning leads to uncertain conclusions as there is no way to prove the veracity.
• Inductive reasoning can also lead to wrong conclusions. We may mistake correlation with causation, or apply the particular to the general.

## Inductive versus deductive reasoning: how to make stronger arguments

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The instructions tell a computer how to transform a set of facts into useful information.

The facts are data. The useful information is knowledge for people, instructions for machines or input for another algorithm. Typical examples are sorting sets of numbers or finding routes through maps.

## What is an algorithm? How computers know what to do with data

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