Question : Mark as true any statement that always true. Mark as : 1620725
Mark as true any statement that is always true. Mark as false any statement that is never true or that is not necessarily true. Be able to justify your answers.
1. An “exercise” can be solved by simply applying a routine procedure, but a “problem” is not routine and requires a well-thought-out plan of attack.
2. If there are infinitely many numbers involved in a problem, the Guess and Test problem-solving strategy is indicated.
3. If 12 coins are arranged in the shape of an equilateral triangle, then there are 5 coins along each side.
4. If the fourth phase of problem solving, “Looking Back,” we should look for other ways to solve the problem even if we got the ‘right’ answer.
5. When you are asked to make a generalization, you should use the Guess and Test problem-solving strategy.
6. If a problem involves a large array or diagram, a good strategy to try is “Use a Variable.”
7. If a problem involves a physical situation, the “Draw a Picture” strategy may be appropriate.
8. If a problem involves a sequence of numbers or figures, the “Draw a Picture” strategy may be appropriate.
9. If a problem asks you to make a prediction or generalization, the “Look for a Pattern” strategy may be appropriate.
10. If a problem asks “in how many ways” the “Look for a Pattern” strategy may be appropriate.
11. The fourth term in the sequence 3, 5, 7, . . . must be 9.
12. If a large cube is made up of 64 smaller cubes, then it has 16 cubes showing on each face of the larger cube.
13. Patterns in data may be easier to see if we arrange the data in tables.