Prob statement.docx - Format Of A Problem Statement A persuasive problem statement consists of three parts 1 the ideal 2 the reality and 3 the

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Format Of A Problem Statement A persuasive problem statement consists of three parts: 1) the ideal, 2) the reality, and 3) the consequence. 1. Part A- THE IDEAL : Describes a desired goal or ideal situation; explains how things should be. 2. Part – “THE REALITY : Describes a condition that prevents the goal, state, or value in part A from being achieved or realized at this time; explains how the current situation falls short of the goal or ideal. 3. Part C- “THE CONSEQUENCE : Identifies the way you propose to improve the current situation and move it closer to the goal or ideal. Simple four steps to write a statement problem Step 1 (statement 1) Construct statements 1 by describing a goal or desired state of a given situation, phenomenon etc. This will build the ideal situation (what should be, what is expected,

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