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1. Answer(s) suggested or implemented to try and solve a question or problem. A solution can be either simple or complex and may require few resources or many resources. For example, the solution to a math question may be addressed quickly with a calculator but the solution to preventing accounting fraud may be more complex and require a great deal of time to find.
2. A liquid composed of two or more homogenous substances. Solutions are often combinations of two fluids but can be a combination of a liquid with another substance such as sugar for example.

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John discovered that the solution to his lack of sleep and weight gain was exercising and eating well during the day.
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The teacher told us that it is as important to show the work we did to arrive at the solution as it is to provide the correct answers to the problem.
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The solution to a greener future is in renewable resources, but first the government must put a green focus at the front of agendas in Washington and everywhere.
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The Easiest Route to Success in Business
"The easiest route to success in business is to create tools, information, and resources that you would want to use yourself. Solve problems that you have encountered yourself and wish that someone else had solved already. Products and services born this way have a higher success rate than products and services born most other ways. Of course, it helps if you happen to be in a large demographic group, so that by solving your problems you'll simultaneously be solving a lot of other people's problems."
- Tom Murcko

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