## Tools for Thought: How to Understand and Apply the Latest Scientific Techniques of Problem SolvingDrawing on general systems theory, operations research, cybernetics, futures research, and catastrophe theory, a distinguished geneticist provides the general reader with tools for perceiving and solving today's complex economic, social, and ecological pr |

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Another way of drawing exactly the same information as there is in a tree diagram

is to make what is called a

not in a line, but in some suitable arrangement on the page. Then outlines are ...

Another way of drawing exactly the same information as there is in a tree diagram

is to make what is called a

**Venn diagram**. In this components are written downnot in a line, but in some suitable arrangement on the page. Then outlines are ...

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We should then simplify our tree diagram and

F1g. 4K9 F1g. 4b. 10 If we went down to only two classes (strong and weak), now

lumping the moderate ones with the strong ones, we should get the figures 4b.

We should then simplify our tree diagram and

**Venn diagram**to 4b. 9 and 4b. 10.F1g. 4K9 F1g. 4b. 10 If we went down to only two classes (strong and weak), now

lumping the moderate ones with the strong ones, we should get the figures 4b.

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This can be done quite straightforwardly if we have used a lot of simplification to

get a tree diagram like 4b. 11, and a

level do not intercept. ad e b c If we have used less simplification, and Venn ...

This can be done quite straightforwardly if we have used a lot of simplification to

get a tree diagram like 4b. 11, and a

**Venn diagram**on which the loops at any onelevel do not intercept. ad e b c If we have used less simplification, and Venn ...

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