• Sunday May 31,2020

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We explain what a problem is and some of the characteristics it has. In addition, what are the different meanings of this term.

Problems can be stated that are proposed as questions.
  1. What is a problem?

A problem is a fact, situation or issue that requires a solution. It is a conflict that is presented as an inconvenience to achieve objectives or stability in different areas.

A problem appears when the people or subjects involved do not know the ways to follow to find an exit, so that their previous scheme or the planning they had is subjected to questions that lead them to reorder or redo your ideas. It is also understood as incongruity between thought and facts.

In addition, problems can be stated that are proposed as questions, with the purpose of seeking and finding a solution, demonstration or verification, as is the case with mathematicians .

It can serve you: Decision Making.

  1. Types of problems

We find then two types:

  • Divergent: The solutions can be very contradictory and varied, coming to have an infinite amount of possible decisions to be taken in this regard. Example: social and philosophical problems.
  • Converging: Examples of these are the mathematical, chemical or exact science formulas, where the resolution becomes one, or very few but known. They are characterized by being structured logics.

According to mathematics , a problem is any mathematical approach that must be solved following a procedure, while in a science as different as sociology, a problem is a conflict capable of being solved and that opens up place in society and that arises from various factors.

In the philosophical or psychological field the problem is related to an element or situation that breaks into the peace, stability and balance of the person.

In religion, there is talk of a problem when the dogmas are put on trial .

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