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--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/2012) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Problem Solving is a series of four types of programs that train aspects of problem solving. Number Manipulations I, II, III includes: a visual serial addition task where the user must add each of a series of numbers to its predecessor in the series to get a series of totals; a sequencing task where the user reorders a string of digits by moving portions of the string toward the left until the string is in ascending sequence; and a single digit addition task which requires that up to three series be added simultaneously. Checker Exchange asks the user to exchange the positions of the two sets on a checkerboard using correct checker moves but no jumps. Knight's Challenge asks the user to compete with the computer to move a single knight chess piece across the board to the other side. Maze Puzzle I, II randomly generates a maze with only one solution for the user to follow; computer tracks wrong turnings and delays. Higher levels of difficulty are possible within most programs. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple II, IBM PC, and Atari computers.
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