What role mental set plays in problem solving
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What role mental set plays in problem solving?

 What role mental set plays in problem solving?



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A mental set is a tendency to only see solutions that have worked in the past. This type of fixed thinking can make it difficult to come up with solutions and can impede the problem-solving process.

For example, imagine that you are trying to solve a math problem in your algebra class. The problem seems similar to ones you have worked on previously, so you approach solving it in the same way.

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