###### Answer: a

John was asked to solve a series of six math problems. He was able to solve the first five problems using a specific sequence of operations. John got stuck on the sixth problem because the solution he …

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# [Answer] John was asked to solve a series of six math problems. He was able to solve the first five problems using a specific sequence of operations. John got stuck on the sixth problem because the solution he used before did not work.John is most likely experiencing __________.A.mental set B.functional fixedness C.divergent thinkingD.undirected thinking thinking concepts creativity- ap psych mods 34-35

###### Answer: a

John was asked to solve a series of six math problems. He was able to solve the first five problems using a specific sequence of operations. John got stuck on the sixth problem because the solution he …

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