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Some might say if there's a solution there must have been a problem, and a problem means conflict. But a math example looking for a solution is not necessarily a conflict. Solving (finding the answer to) a riddle or a puzzle does not necessarily involve a conflict.
Also, a solution may be some substance disolved in a liquid.
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