## Creating Problems 4/27/18

In this Math Project, the object of it was to create our own math problems regarding cars. The hardest part of this project for me was coming up with an ample question that would challenge me. I feel as if I haven't really accomplished that with the question that I made. The math that I used I put a lot of thought into trying to model the situation that I came up with.

Throughout the project, I excelled at using the problem-solving cycle. The cycle starts by asking a good question with a specific, answerable and clear. From there we create a mathematical framework of how to solve the problem and what type would work. After that, we end up doing the actual math. With the math done we proceed to reflect on the result. The cycle can end here, or it can go street back to ask a good question. A funny thing with math is that you never need to recreate the wheel with the power of the internet. SO as apart of the problem-solving cycle is to start at asking a good question, then we look it up online. You would then reflect upon that information, and ask another good question. It's shorter, but it truly helps. I have to admit that I had a hard time using this process because I had a hard time asking good questions. Or I would get distracted on the internet because of some side quest I would find. The other parts of the problem salving prosses because I think I am good at math.

The informative post that I made I am pretty proud of because it looks really professional and refined. During the exhibition, not many people came to talk to me about the problem. I believe it was in part that it was printed smaller than I thought it was going to be. I ended up dealing with it and did my best at explaining it.

Throughout the project, I excelled at using the problem-solving cycle. The cycle starts by asking a good question with a specific, answerable and clear. From there we create a mathematical framework of how to solve the problem and what type would work. After that, we end up doing the actual math. With the math done we proceed to reflect on the result. The cycle can end here, or it can go street back to ask a good question. A funny thing with math is that you never need to recreate the wheel with the power of the internet. SO as apart of the problem-solving cycle is to start at asking a good question, then we look it up online. You would then reflect upon that information, and ask another good question. It's shorter, but it truly helps. I have to admit that I had a hard time using this process because I had a hard time asking good questions. Or I would get distracted on the internet because of some side quest I would find. The other parts of the problem salving prosses because I think I am good at math.

The informative post that I made I am pretty proud of because it looks really professional and refined. During the exhibition, not many people came to talk to me about the problem. I believe it was in part that it was printed smaller than I thought it was going to be. I ended up dealing with it and did my best at explaining it.