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problem• This is a problem in making an ordered sequence with respect to time from different fragments or partial records.• The first section of the test will contain twenty algebra problems.• If you have any problems, give me a call.• Our biggest problem is lack of money.• The new traffic system is causing problems for everyone.• Please call 5326 if you have any computer problems.• Federal laws have almost no effect on the crime problem that concerns most people - crime on the streets.• Bill isn't sleeping well - I think he's having problems at school.• Tannen retired early due to health problems.• We are taken to a place where characters have nice little problems and impressive muscle tone.• Three would involve complex skeletal and muscular problems tending to impede rather than improve mobility.• There seems to be some kind of problem with the heaters.• Sue's had a lot of problems with her neighbours recently.• We try to move at the parents pace and, where necessary, show them one problem at a time.• The only problem is that this runs counter to trends in the labor market.• We have our problems and our frustrations.• She's had a lot of personal problems - her mother died when she was eight.• Whiteflies can be a serious problem that affects produce grown in California and other states.• Where motor vehicles are concerned, the problems are different.• In spite of this we do need to make an effort to define the problem.• Engineers were unable to find the source of the problem in the spacecraft's cooling system.• Scientists still have not solved the problem of what to do with nuclear waste.• The problem of substance abuse in high school is widespread.problem of• the problem of homelessnessemotional/psychological problem• After all, there is so much talk about emotional problems and abnormality that many people wonder if they need help.• But she gave herself up to police and told them her real motive was to win attention for emotional problems.• He or she may have emotional problems that result in occasional deliberate binges but that is not necessarily alcoholism.• She said there are no more psychological problems among Ipalook students than among those at any other school with a similar profile.• The sixth and oldest, a 9-year-old boy, currently is in specialized foster care because of emotional problems.• More difficult would be patients with a deep seated psychological problem which would require more than three months' treatment.• Those with extensive past histories suggesting emotional problems also tended to have longer courses.• Liberal emphasis on the psychological problems of the radicals appears misplaced.mathematical problems• They spend so much time thinking about mathematical problems that they do not notice what is happening around them.• In a similar way it is possible to phrase many other unsolved mathematical problems in terms of the Turing machine halting problem.• I started to find great relaxation in playing with mathematical problems and puzzles.Origin problem (1300-1400) French problème, from Latin problema, from Greek, “something thrown forward”, from proballein “to throw forward”