- v.解决( solve的现在分词 ); 解答; 解释; 揭示;
a systematic approach to solving the problem
She preached economy as the best means of solving the crisis.
She succeeded in solving the problem after hard work.
We advocate solving international dispute by negotiation, instead of appealing to arms.
Somehow he again made a mistake in solving the mathematical problem.
She appealed to his mastery for help in solving her problem.
We knew her competence in solving problems.
He had a try at solving the problem.
He was excellent at solving crimes.
His efforts at solving the problem failed.
They aided in solving the problem.
Much of the time we do not notice that we are solving problems.
There can be an emotional overlay to the frustration of solving real problems.
They were comparing notes on each other's progress towards solving that most taxing of all puzzles: the riddle of the human genome.
"Could you not stay with us while you are solving your mystery?" — "Oh, we don't want to wear out our welcome."
Those who are good at solving practical problems.
Adopt a flexible approach to solving problems
In a paper published recently, Kapur applied the principle of productive failure to mathematical problem solving in three schools.
Allowing students a free hand in problem solving
Government action is key to solving economic problems.
At the moment candidates are selected on a fairly narrow set of criteria such as prior academic and career performance, and analytical and problem solving abilities.
They are very good at solving practical problems.
Solving the safety problem well enough to move forward in AI seems to be possible but not easy.
2017年高考英语北京卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文收起真题例句
1. finding a solution to a problem