What would you like to do?
My buddy lives in the same area I do and speaks the same language. When she first moved here, she really wanted to be my best friend, but I didin't know her well and I had no …clue what she liked to play. After she came to my house about 3 times, I realized that she just likes things her way, and wants to always be correct. When I went to her house, I noticed that she did a lot of art and had dolls, as well as Barbie movies. That told me what kind of person she was. Now, when she comes over, we watch Barbie together (though I don't want to) or Tom and Jerry ( which I find ok). At her house, we play with a dolls or watch something or do art.
During an interview when a prospective employer ask you for a specific example of a time when you used good judgment and logic in solving a problem, you want to provide th…em with a real-life situation that you had. Give them an example of a problem that you were able to solve with the pertinent details.
It can seem difficult to come up with an example of an occasion when you used logic to solve a problem. However, your answer to this question can be anything, it does not …have to relate to work. It can be something you did at home. For example, one time when your toilet was clogged, you may have reached for the plunger to unclog it. This is an example of using knowledge and logic to solve a problem.
For this you could use any situation where you used good judgment and logic to fix a problem. It doesn't need to have happened in a work setting.
Yes, can you?
first analysis the problem ,put many solution and choosing the best solution be patient and I have listen to the others
go on yahoo answers its there
the exercising of brain to solve the problem is closely related to logical brain. it enhances the imaginative capacity of brain. it is purely mental ability and preparedness t…o over come the problem.
What philosophical movement uses the study of language and logic to solve problems and answer questions?
The movement is called phenomenology. Its founder, Edmund Husserl (1859-1938) believed that phenomenology could thus provide a firm basis for all human knowledge, includin…g scientific knowledge, and could establish philosophy as a "rigorous science". Nope. The answer is actually Philosophical analysis, if you work on A+LS
The interviewer has identified a core competency that is a key part of the job and they are asking you a question about and the question above is to get to that competency. …The key to all interview questions is to give a specific answer that uses the STAR idea. The answser tells the listener the Situation, Tas, Action and Result
Which philosophical movement uses the study of language and logic to solve problems and answer questions?
The answer is....... 1. read the problem 2. determine the unknowns and represent them 3. write an equation 4. solve the equation 5. answer the question
A programming language is a systematic notation by which we describe computational process. Computational process means steps for solving a problem. Understanding of computer …software is imperfect without a basic knowledge of programming language. Programming language allow the programmers and end users to develop the programs that are executed by a computer. In today's world several computer languages exist. Some of these are created to serve a special purpose (like controlling a robot), while others are more flexible. General purpose tools that are suitable for many types of applications. However, every computer language must have instructions that fall into following categories like: 1. Input/Output 2. Calculations/Text Manipulation 3. Logic/Comparison 4. Storage/Retrieval
Is mathematics a logical system that exists devoid of application or is it a problem solving language?
Mathematics has lots of practical applications, if that's what you mean.