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to arrive at an answer to (a mathematical problem)

Synonyms for solve

find the solution to (a problem or question) or understand the meaning of

settle, as of a debt

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The Solve program will investigate challenges in each of the four content pillars,?
However, not knowing how to solve problems is perhaps the most common reason for hampered motivation, and a structured problem-solving model can remove this barrier.
Shortz, then working for Games, wanted to see how fast Clinton could solve a puzzle specially created for him.
In another lesson, students were first asked to solve a series of trigonometric equations using various methods, as a continuation of the preceding lessons of the unit, and, more globally, of the whole large section in which power, exponential, and logarithmic functions and equations were introduced.
After 14 years we still have not been able to solve it.
Thus, no student did every task, but instead relied on the skills of others to solve a case, as in the real world.
by Bill Adler and Thomas Chastain challenged readers to solve the mystery and win $10,000.
Teaching Problem Solving Through Children's Literature aims to help general and special education instructors empower students to independently solve problems by teaching them how characters in children's literature solved similar problems.
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Students are taught a four-step problem-solving plan that consists of (1) finding out what answer the problem is asking for, (2) making a plan that will help solve the problem, (3) solving the problem by using that plan or trying another approach if the first one does not work, and (4) looking back at the problem and checking the solution.
There are a number of reasons why this might be the case, but all boil down to this: If you buy memory or CPUs to solve an I/O problem, you are likely to be wasting your money.
Children learn problem solving through trial-and-error and modeling (watching how adults solve problems).