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Problem statement

Do you have any further information about problem statements

RE: Problem statement

Hi Elliot,

Here are two online resources on problem statements that you may find interesting.

Wikipedia has a useful, clear description

The following page expands on Wikipedia and adds some helpful structured questions.

I hope you find these useful - let us know if you have any further questions.


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