One of the solutions worked and the problem is solved
, but which solution was it?
Research as far back as the 1940s in the United States, Russia, and elsewhere has shown that tough technical constraints and tradeoffs are often solved
in similar ways.
Suitable problems are ones that can be solved
in a reasonable number of steps and make use of a reasonable number of calculations, pictures (imaginary ones), and so on.
First, despite our best efforts, no one has really solved
Based on measured throughput, a small 2GB Solid State Accelerator for tempdb, and a 10GB MegaCache in front of their 400GB production database could have solved
100% of their throughput problems instantly.
The CEO's consultation had not solved
the problem as he saw it.
The introduction of the M40, with its revolutionary design, solved
that problem and took the industry to new levels of performance.
I believe that 80% of all problems in your organization can be solved
by the front line using simple problem solving skills.
Schoenfeld (1992) compiled a list of beliefs that many students hold, such as there is only one way to solve a mathematical problem, most students can simply memorize mathematics rather than be expected to understand it, and if a problem cannot be solved
quickly then it cannot be solved
Usually, a reward is a last resort,'' said LAPD Detective Mike Coffey of the North Hollywood Division, who solved
the March 1999 murder of Andres Munoz Castillo based on an informant's tip spurred by a $25,000 reward offer.
In pretests, children said that they solved
inversion problems by using computation (such as adding 10 and then subtracting it from 8) or negation (adding 10 to 8, then realizing that 10 - 10 = 0 and skipping to the result)--strategies taking at least 8 seconds per problem.
Therefore, as the number of murders in Washington continued to increase, homicide detectives solved
fewer and fewer cases.