How does one explain the possible problem of ADD? When ADD, many situations are already "poor". ADD causes all sorts of uncomfortable situations - for both the individual with the disorder, and any others in a relationship with them. As a mother of three ADD (two ADHD) sons, I have learned many things about ADD. Just recently I was diagosed "officially" with ADD - they had to get it somewhere. ADD causes people to do many of the following things: - start projects, many varied projects - never finish projects - save unfinished projects, but still start more new ones - stack things instead of filing them or pitching them - to do things without considering the consequences - say things without considering the consequences - run instead of walk - wiggle instead of sitting still - notice "little" things, such as the necklace the teacher has on instead of the lesson - lose things, especially papers, keys, glasses - forget to finish things, like cook the dinner (smell the smoke?), stop running water in the bathroom (I left the room for a minute) - not get things done because other things became more interesting
If you have noticed these things in yourself or your loved one, you might have ADD. or they might. How do you explain it? Just sit them down and talk about ADD in general - then do a good news, bad news --- the good news is you don't have it. The bad news is I do --- can we work through this? TRy it. And good luck
scientist collect information that is already known so that they will get some background information of the problem or the situation
it involves persuasive writing. In essence, you first explain the problem, and then you explain possible solutions, and why yours is the best one.
1 Identify the problem 2 Simplify the problem whenever possible 3 Work out the problem 4 Problem solved when checked out satisfactory
No problem in a hexagon, for example.
A statement or event that indicates a possible or impending danger, problem, or other unpleasant situation.
The word situation is a noun. A situation is a problem or circumstances that pose a problem.
a problem or difficult situation you have had with someone
A good research problem is one which already has some body of literature behind it. That way, a person has scientific literature to back up their inquiry.
You will need to explain your problem. The transmission has it's own computer and sensors. Without knowing your situation it will be hard to diagnosis.
Wait until the customer has finished speaking, and then explain the possible solution.
Avoid the negativity of the word problem with the word situation. As in: there is not a problem to be solved so much as there is a situation that needs to be dealt with.
Listen. Make sure you have heard correctly by telling them what you heard. Then either respond or tell them you will look into the problem and get back to them (and quickly do that). Fix their problem, if possible. If not explain why not. Offer sympathy and empathy. Offer some form of conpensation, if possible and reasonable.
A(n) Hypothesis is a possible answer to a scientific problem.
I'm not quite sure of your situation but you don't and you shouldn't. Leave that guy as soon as possible. It's his mess his problem and not your baggage.
descibe a situation that could produce it.
to solve a problem. to improve a situation.
possible solutions to a problem which you could choose from
i think it is a word problem...
You call that "conflict."
it means a problem
Possible internal timing system problem.Possible internal timing system problem.
It is a formalized solution procedure for a given situation. An example is airplanes have a protocol, that should be followed, for almost evry problem that can occur while flying. The protocol is the excepted method that has the best possible outcome for the situation. There are many situations in life that have these protocols.
the answer for the base would simply be nine
its either 233 or 754
It is an example of a difficult problem to explain.