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Q: How do you decide what operation you use to solve a problem?

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Decide which method you will use to solve the problem.

It depends on the exact nature of the problem.

It really depends on the type of problem you are trying to solve. Did you have a specific problem in mind?

It affects because if you want to solve a multiplication problem you can use it or also to check your division problem

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DRQFOSAC is a math problem solving strategy. The letters are an anagram for the steps used to solve math problems. D = do (you have decided to do to problem). R = read (read the problem and any graphs/diagrams that go with the problem). Q = question (what question is being asked so you know what unit to use). F = facts (what are the facts given). O = operation (what operation) will you use to solve the problem). S = solve (time to solve the problem). A = answer (write the answer with units). C = check (check your work to make sure there are no silly mistakes). Good luck and happy computing!

When you construct and use a table to solve a problem, you are using a numerical approach.

When you have a problem that you need to solve!

You can use the atomic number. It will solve your problem.

it can not explain all the details of the given problem........ it has no standard rule to solve any operation , different users use their own point of views......

it can not explain all the details of the given problem........ it has no standard rule to solve any operation , different users use their own point of views......

It is to use science for a practical job or to solve a problem.

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