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The critical first outcome in the problem-solving process is: a. A well-analyzed solution. b. A clearly identified problem statement. c. A challenge that embodies an undesirable situation. d. A definition of the scope of the issue.
The critical first outcome in the problem-solving process is a clearly identified problem statement.
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