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Unformatted text preview: Statement. However, stating both of them can at times be useful, and when that happens, usually the Costs are mentioned right after the Destabilizing Condition, while the Benefits are mentioned right after (or as part of) the Resolution. Resolution : The last thing the Problem Statement does is to present a Solution to the problem. (Or it can hint that you are going to eventually present a solution.) Finally, some writers like to add a Prelude to their Problem Statements. Preludes set the stage for the Stable Context. They are rare in professional documents (like business letters) and even rarer in scientific and technical documents. However, they do occur occasionally in academic texts in the humanities and in the kind of writing one might find in magazines like The New Yorker. A Prelude can be a question, an anecdote, or anything loosely related to the Stable Context or the problem of the paper in general....
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This note was uploaded on 03/22/2010 for the course ENWR 110 taught by Professor Weckstein during the Spring '08 term at UVA.
- Spring '08