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ETE Problem Solving
Team members:
Topic:
Date:
Note: You may attach additional information on separate sheets of paper.

Step One: Presentation of the problem statement

Step Two: List what is known

Step Three: Develop a problem statement

Step Four: List what you need to know

Step Five: What should we do?
List possible actions, recommendations, solutions or hypotheses.

Step Six: Analyze the information--Analyze the information you have gathered. You may find that the data indicates that the problem statement needs to be revised. It is also possible that other interesting problem areas arose. At this point, your group is likely to formulate and test an hypothesis.

Recommended solution or hypothesis:
How will you test it?

Step Seven: Present your findings. Based on your data and necessary background information, prepare a report on which you make recommendations, predictions, inferences or other appropriate resolution of the problem. Be prepared to support your recommendation.

Organize your report below:

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