
Definition of Solving
1. Noun. Finding a solution to a problem.
Generic synonyms: Determination, Finding
Derivative terms: Resolve, Solve, Solve
Definition of Solving
1. Verb. (present participle of solve) ¹
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Definition of Solving
1. solve [v]  See also: solve
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Literary usage of Solving
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1. The State Of Mathematics Achievement: Naep's 1990 Assessment Of The Nation by Ina V. S. Mullis (2004)
"Level 250  Simple Multiplicative Reasoning and TwoStep Problem solving Students
at this level have extended their understanding of quantitative reasoning ..."
2. Methods of Teaching in High Schools by Samuel Chester Parker (1915)
"In the form of problemsolving, reflective thinking plays a large part ...
The social sciences furnish some of the best opportunities for problemsolving. ..."
3. Methods of Teaching in High Schools by Samuel Chester Parker (1915)
"In the form of problemsolving, reflective thinking plays a large part ...
The social sciences furnish some of the best opportunities for problemsolving. ..."
4. Training for Effective Study: A Practical Discussion of Effective Methods by Frank Waters Thomas (1922)
"solving problems Peculiar nature of the task. In a broad sense, the greater part
of schoolwork should be connected with the solving of problems. ..."
5. The Psychology of Arithmetic by Edward Lee Thorndike (1922)
"PROBLEMsolving The third respect in which the function, ' ability in arithmetic,'
needs clearer definition, is this 'problemsolving. ..."
6. An Elementary Treatise on Differential Equations by Abraham Cohen (1906)
"CHAPTER IX MISCELLANEOUS METHODS FOR solving EQUATIONS OF HIGHER ORDER THAN THE
FIRST 56. General Plan of .Solution. —There is no general direct method for ..."
7. Methods of Teaching in High Schools by Samuel Chester Parker (1915)
"It is not necessary to quote examples from other subjects to show that problemsolving
not only plays a large part in mathematics and science but may do so ..."