Choose a real-world problem. The problems should be chosen with the intention of applying scientific thinking as a solution.
a. A description of the problem situation.
b. An explanation of using scientific thinking to solve the problem.
2. Summarize the solution to the problem with a description of how the solution will solve the problem.
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I think that the idea of 'science' and problem solving immediately conjures up numbers and complicated theories in mind but this is not the case. When we say scientific thinking, we just mean follow the procedure that scientists used when they try to solve a problem. It is applicable to any problem from the simplest to the most complex. If you have any questions, let me know via the feedback section and I'll try to clarify things for you. Good luck!
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Real World Problem: Overspending
Overspending, simple as it sounds is a problem of individuals, families and organizations/entities. In one-off singular cases, as when a mother overspends by $10 dollars over her grocery budget, this appears to be a non-issue, normal even. But when it becomes pervasive and when the individual is unable to control it, it usually results to bigger problems affecting ...
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