1.      Circle the one best answer based on the problem solving process and the 4 steps outlined in the lectures and the readings on the web page (waggle dancing bees and Ghostbusters).

i.         Which phase of the problem solving process is most connected to listening?

Step 1               Step 2         Step 3         Step 4

ii.       Which phase has the most to do with creating and actually inventing an algorithm to solve the problem?

Step 1               Step 2         Step 3         Step 4

iii.      Which phase of problem solving is most associated with getting slimed with “ectoplasmic slime” or bugged by “errors” you have to defeat and correct and figure out?

Step 1               Step 2         Step 3         Step 4

iv.     Which phase of problem solving requires the most technically detailed knowledge of the computer or of a language like VB.NET or its commands and specifics?

Step 1               Step 2         Step 3         Step 4

v.       Which phase of problem solving asks the question “What is given”?

Step 1               Step 2         Step 3         Step 4

vi.     Which phase of the problem solving process asks the question “Is it simple, but adequate”?

Step 1               Step 2         Step 3         Step 4

vii.    Which phase of the problem solving process focuses on the HOW instead of the WHAT?

Step 1          Step 2        Step 3        Step 4

viii.  What phase of the problem solving process has the most to do with plans and planning?

Step 1          Step 2        Step 3        Step 4

2.      Write a function named twoDiceToss that returns a valid double dice roll between 2 and 12 inclusive.  You will need to generate RANDOM numbers and use the appropriate built-in function to simulate the die throw for each die.

Write the ENTIRE twoDiceToss function, not just the statements that go inside of the function.  You need to write the 1st line and the last line of the function too!