Sequential Problem Solving by Fredric B. Lozo

Sequential Problem Solving

Sequential Problem Solving
by Fredric B. Lozo

1998
ISBN/ASIN: 0967416620
Number of pages: 52

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Written for those with a whole brain thinking style. It is for those who seek to validate the propriety of when and under what circumstances they utilize each aspect of their intellect. Sequential Problem Solving helps those with a logical nature to develop creative right brain intuitive processes in a way that can be efficiently utilized by the orderly left brain to develop new solutions to both old and everyday problems. Included are basic study skills for high school and college students.

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