Is there one right answer in a math or physics problem?How does one approach a problem?With what mindsets? Is it necessary to have a mindset that you should find the correct combination of elements, make a synthesis and you have found it or something else? What role intuition plays in problem solving?I think intuition is like knowing something or the answer to a problem without knowing how you know it or without knowing the reasoning behind what you know.I think you know it in an unexplainable way somehow.
How does one improve intuition, especially on math and physics?I read some proofs from my notes and textbooks in math and sometimes I can not answer and when I read the answer I know perhaps I could not find it even if I would spend very much time.
Are undergraduate courses programmed for students capable of answering the questions in math and physics?
Perhaps my mindsets are wrong in math and I can not answer most times math and physics problems in undergraduate courses, although I think I do well with my memory.