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Resolution

A document that records a decision or action by a Board of Directors, or a bond resolution by a government entity authorizing a bond issue.
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Resolution

An official statement by a board of directors. A resolution is binding on a company unless overruled by shareholders.
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"I have also made an entry into the Limca Book of Records for solving mirror cube blindfolded," he added.
The Artificial Intelligence and its results in recent decades have led to a new stage in solving equation systems.
Nowadays, mathematicians consider two main types of methods for solving equation systems: direct methods and iterative methods.
Furthermore, Lester (1985) emphasised that teaching from problem-solving perspectives leads to either a personal competence in mathematical problem solving or using various know-how, which enables students to think for themselves.
If problem solving approaches are to be widely adopted in Pakistan in mathematics, then it is important to explore the perceptions of those teaching mathematics.
Solving easy problems is sometimes described as "gathering the low-hanging fruit," which typically occurs before we direct our attention to the "high-hanging fruit." Once we've solved the easiest problems, the only problems left to solve are the harder ones.
In order to determine problem solving skills of the subjects in research sample, "problem solving scale" called Form-A (PSI-A), originally named "Problem Solving Inventory" and developed by P.P.
High scores obtained for each subscale indicate that for this characteristic of interpersonal problem solving use of this method is high.
The ability of applets to represent mathematical phenomena in multiple representations and to motivate students' learning of mathematics make them an appropriate tool for solving mathematical problems, especially word problems which students don't look forward to solve them.
According to James Rooney and Deborah Hopen, authors of "Problem Solving Should Be like Treasure Hunting" in the Journal for Quality & Participation, "The fundamental approach that separates structured problem solving from other methods is root cause determination.