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Team Competitions: Tower of Hanoi . 5 rings on 4 posts. 4 rings on 3 posts. Count Down – working backwards heuristic Goal is to take the last item. 16 items withdrawn 1 – 3 at a time.. 4 million dollar bills as last 4 items – start with 18 items, 1 – 4 at a time. Hobbits and Orcs .
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Tower of Hanoi.
5 rings on 4 posts.
4 rings on 3 posts.
Count Down – working backwards heuristic
Goal is to take the last item.
16 items withdrawn 1 – 3 at a time..
4 million dollar bills as last 4 items – start with 18 items, 1 – 4 at a time.
Hobbits and Orcs.
3 Hobbits, 3 Orcs, 3 in the boat.
4 hobbits, 3 Orcs, 2 in the boat.
Solution: You should turn over the “A” and the “3”. Only 15% of college students get it right. They miss turning over the three.
Class 8Human Success and Failure in Reasoning: Conditional Statements
The figure shows four cards. Each card has a letter on one side and a digit on the other side. You are to verify whether the following rule is true: If there is a vowel on one side, there is an even number on the other side. You must verify this rule by turning over the minimum number of cards
The cards in front of you have information about four people sitting at a table.
On one side of a card is a person’s age and on the other side of the card is what the person is drinking.
Here is a rule: If a person is drinking beer, then the person must be over 19 years of age. Select the cards or cards that you definitely need to turn over to determine whether they are violating the rule.
Case Based Reasoning:
A theory that we reason about problems by remembering similar problems and how they were solved
Sets of rules defined in relation to goals that can be used to evaluate situations such as permissions or obligations. A key aspect of pragmatic reasoning schemas is that they encourage conclusions that are practical in the real world, as opposed to formal logic, which can lead to conclusions that are technically correct but not useful
Solve “Back To School”
Solving Logic Problems
Solve “A Snack at Matt’s Shack.”
Instruct them to come back knowing how to work this level of problem.