The problem is the volume."
That’s no problem, I’ll do that.
This is the problem Bas van Fraassen calls the identification problem.
The problem, the real problem I suppose, is that I can’t ask for anything to drink. (2007)
The problem of the anaclastic is a complex, imperfectly understood problem.
Tomorrow it’s a Kansas problem, and a Texas problem, and a New Mexico problem.
Tomorrow, it’s a Kansas problem and a Texas problem and a New Mexico problem.”
If you stand up, you’re looking down on the problem, and the problem is usually smaller than you.”
Breaking the problem down into smaller parts means that each smaller problem can be examined in more detail.
If he wasn't able to come up with a compelling problem paragraph, there might not be a problem worth solving.
No general solution of this problem (or the more general problem involving more than three bodies) is possible.
These sprints are designed to help you explore a problem in a limited time and we've found it's a good way to start tackling a problem.
This problem has come to be known as the Frege-Geach problem, because a very influential version of the problem was posed by Geach (1960, 1965).
Rather, the problem is that statistical mechanics seems to make a prediction that is falsified, and that is a problem according to anyone’s theory of confirmation.
These are: (a) the lone ammonium molecule problem; (b) the modal status problem; (c) the epiphenomenal ectoplasm problem; and (d) the blockers problem.
So, in general, a problem is one of global justice when the problem either affects agents resident in more than one state or the problem is unresolvable without their co-operation.
Having set the stage in this way, we can now consider Leibniz's solutions to the problem of evil: we first consider the underachiever problem, and then turn to the holiness problem.
If a programme ends up solving a problem that it did not set out to solve, that is all fine and dandy so long as the problem that it succeeds in solving is more interesting and important than the problem that it did set out to solve.
One such problem is the “Pappus problem”, a locus problem, or problem in which one must find the locus (location) of all points satisfying a definite condition (equation), stated by the fourth-century Greek mathematician Pappus of Alexandria (c. 300–350):
In this section three specific problems will be discussed that need to be solved if any proposal for a discrete geometry is to be taken seriously: the distance function problem, the dimension problem, the anisotropy problem, and the identification problem.
- a state of difficulty that needs to be resolved
Example: she and her husband are having problems
- a question raised for consideration or solution
Example: our homework consisted of ten problems to solve
- a source of difficulty
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