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# Advanced Problem Solving Module 1

##### Working through this module will help you to consolidate your existing knowledge before extending your thinking. For more details about the Advanced Problem Solving programme, READ THIS.

This module is intended to improve your problem-solving skills. What does a good mathematical problem solver do when presented with a problem they haven't met before? What can you do when you get stuck? Read our advice and then put it into practice by tackling the problems.
### A Guide to Problem Solving

### Problems with Many Solution Methods

### Classic Problems

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This module is intended to improve your problem-solving skills. What does a good mathematical problem solver do when presented with a problem they haven't met before? What can you do when you get stuck? Read our advice and then put it into practice by tackling the problems.

Age 16 to 18

This article has lots of useful tips on becoming a skilful problem solver.

Age 16 to 18

These problems can each be solved in many ways. Have a go at finding your own solution, and then look at the different ways others approached them.

Age 16 to 18

These problems are all fairly well-known problems that we think all mathematics students should meet at some point in their education.