Basic Problem Solving
In general, problems are not supposed to be easy. So do what good mathematicians do. Keep on trying and think about strategies to help solve the problem. If what you try first doesn't work, don't worry, just look at what you've done and make another try. This happens all the time to the best problem solvers.
Source: Math on Call - A Mathematics Handbook Great Source Education Group - A Houghton Mifflin Company
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