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Question 14.14. To solve a problem, you must first be willing to accept the problem by acknowledging the problem exists, identifying the problem, and finding others who will be willing to help accept responsibility for solving the problem. (Points : 4) True False
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User: Question 14.14. To solve a problem, you must first be willing to accept the problem by acknowledging the problem exists, identifying the problem, and finding others who will be willing to help accept responsibility for solving the problem. (Points : 4) True False

Weegy: To solve a problem, you must first be willing to accept the problem by acknowledging the problem exists, identifying the problem, and finding others who will be willing to help accept responsibility for solving the problem. FALSE.



User: . For most important problems, one viewpoint is not adequate to provide a full understanding. (Points : 4) True False

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For most important problems, one viewpoint is not adequate to provide a full understanding. TRUE
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