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The third step of problem solving

In the 25 questions at the end of the beginner design foundations course there was this question: Is the third step of problem solving the same for every process?

I answered yes, because it's performing.

But that gives me Bummer!

I don't understand why. Looking forward to the explanation of the question.

I'm having the same problem.

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,968 Points

So what's the actual answer?

Steven Parker No idea. Don't know how to ask an admin, so this is an open ticket. Do you know?

1 Answer

Marco Boretto
Marco Boretto
29,821 Points

i think it should be the perfection step to be repeated on and on. if i can remember well the perfection step is endless, because there's always the need to perfect what we've done in response to new challenges.

Hey Marco, thank you. So the question is wrong and needs to be fixed?