Some common multiplication strategies include the Latis Strategy, The Algebra Strategy, and the Stacking Strategy.
there are 4 steps to problem solving. first write what the question is asking you.then write what you know. then you make and Carrie out a plan andfinally you represent the answer in a sentence
Its for a word problem. At least that was I was taught. FIND OUT; What is the problem about,What is the question in the problem,what do I have to find out in order to answer the problem,What info can I start with,Is there any words or ideas that I don't understand, Am I missing needed info. CHOOSE A STRATEGY; Have I solved a problem like this before strategy did I use before, would that strategy be helpful? SOLVE IT Is my math is to read ,was the strategy helpful would another strategy be more helpful? Do i need to multiply divide add or subtract etc
It would certainly help if we knew what strategy "this strategy" was.
tag it a 3 i a good strategy
The primary strategy is to watch for and anticipate problems and places that could be a problem before getting there.
strategy to resolve problems
The left brain controls the use of logic, details, facts, words, language center, mathematical and scientific skills, comprehension, pattern recognition, strategy-determination, and deals with practical solutions to problems.
Forming and implementing an operations strategy helps businesses avoid problems. Even though they will still have some problems, they won't open their doors without knowing how to mitigate their risks.
Having the analytical skills to separate the problems due to a bad strategy from the problems due to bad strategy execution.