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intro tech prob solv

intro tech 6 step problem solving model

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first step in problem solving model define the problem
second step in problem solving model set goals
third step in problem solving model develope alternatives
fourth step in problem solving model select the best solution
fith step in problem solving model implementation
sixth step in problem solving model evaluate and modification
define the problem state exactly what task is to be completed
set goals state specifications and limitations
develope alternatives identify as many solutions as possible
select the best solution test solutions and determine the best result
implementation build a prototype of the solution
evaluate and modification compare the prototype to steps 1 and 2 and make any changes needed to solve the problem
Created by: matthewdodge