A slightly more complex illustration of the basic structure of problem solving.
The algebraic operations of substitution and simplification are done error free using
SureMath - the math software for 21st century problem solving.
The starting equation RESPONDS directly to what is
ASKED FOR and REQUESTS additional information.
The next step RESPONDS to the request.
Supplying the RESPONSE to the requesting equation
produces a RESULT.
The REQUEST-RESPONSE-RESULT structure will solve any problem.
In the problem above, a simple concept is chosen for the basis of
the solution, namely, the whole is the sum of its parts.
Subproblems are indented for clear organization.
Copyright 1995. Howard C. McAllister