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When working with math projects, the first step in any process is to identify the problem in front of you. Learn about math and working projects with help from an expert in computers, with two degrees in both Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Stefan. I'm a math professional, and today I'm going to be speaking on mathematics and working on projects. Now, we have our basic steps for solving math problems and we've all heard of it, one, identify the problem, two, figure out a way to solve the problem, figure out a way to solve and then you execute the problem and once you execute you have your solution. Now, one of the most important steps in this procedure is the second one, figuring out a way to solve the problem. Basically you don't just want to figure out a way, we've revised this and we came out with figure out the best way to solve the problem because we figured out that when solving math problems you may come out with a solution but it may not be the best solution. You know this is in math and also with science. You want to come up with a solution but don't just stop when you've found a simple solution but think of if there is another way to solve a problem, another way to work on a project. This way once you've found the best solution then you want to move on and execute and then come up with your solution because the best way to solve a problem is gong to come up with your best solution and that's what we want, efficiency and that's the way to work on projects.


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