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Introduction to Problem Solving in the Information Age

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Introduction to Problem Solving in the Information Age
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ISBN/ASIN: B0050I4NJ6
Number of pages: 99

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This book explores how Information and Communication Technology (including calculators and computers) aid both your physical capabilities and your mental capabilities. By learning to make effective use of ICT tools, you can improve your problem-solving capabilities.

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