I am writing a blog post related to problem solving and one of the main techniques used in problem solving is drawing a diagram. Essentially, I want to illustrate that some hard problems (for example, word problems) can be done fairly easily when diagrams are drawn.
There is a paper related to this question but the problems in that paper are much to simple. I was considering using the problem statement of the Langley's Problem but that question is not too easy even after the diagram.
Does anyone have any ideas?
Thanks a lot!
As pointed out in the comments, it's difficult to define an "easy" problem or a "difficult" problem. So, I would like to add that the best examples would be within the undergraduate mathematics range or word problems that non-math majors/mathematicians would understand.
I would like to clarify further (thanks to @ruakh) that "when a person trying to solve the problem draws a diagram" is what I am looking for as opposed to "when a person who already knows the solution draws a diagram that illustrates it"