Select one (1) of the scenarios below.•Identify the compon

Select one (1) of the scenarios below.•Identify the components in the problem.•Explain from how you would get more information to solvethe problem.•Provide the best solution for solving the problem.  •Explain the reasons why you believe your solution wouldsolve the problem.1.  The president ofthe campus Alumni Association (who has held the one-year position for the pastfour years) has been having a difficult time getting enough alumni to attendthe annual meetings so elections can be held and a new president elected, andshe really wants to step down as president. (Kirby & Goodpaster, 2007. Theinstructor’s manual for thinking.)2.  You have beenappointed to the County Planning Commission. One of the growing small towns inthe county needs a highway bypass to decrease traffic through its businessdistrict, but the only logical and most direct proposed bypass route takes itthrough one of the more affluent residential areas. The threat of increasedtraffic, congestion, and pollution has the residents of the neighborhood in anuproar; and the County Treasurer is also complaining that the proposed routemight lead to a decrease in revenue for the county, since it would cause adecrease in property values in this affluent neighborhood.  (Kirby &Goodpaster, 2007. The instructor’s manual for thinking.)3.  Marcus andArishonne both work to maintain the standard of living that this couple desires,but they are unable to meet the time demands of both work and domesticlife.  Their job demands do not leaveenough time for even the most basic things, like cleaning the house, takingcare of the yard, and generally maintaining their home. They have no children,and their closest relatives are over 600 miles away.  (Kirby & Goodpaster, 2007. Theinstructor’s manual for thinking.)4.  Althougheverything was fine five minutes ago, a secretary cannot get her computer tosend a document to the printer. The document must be printed for the meetingher boss has scheduled to begin in fifteen minutes. (Kirby & Goodpaster,2007. The instructor’s manual for thinking.)