Describe a general process that students in grades 5-8 or 9-12 can use to solve problems.
B. Describe at least five specific problem-solving strategies that these students can use to solve mathematics problems. For each strategy, give an example.
C. Discuss how these strategies and processes encourage students to persist through difficult problems.
This solution describes five problem-solving strategies 5-8th grade students can use to solve math problems. It gives specific examples of these strategies and explains how they are used.