Find a solution, to a specified degree of accuracy, to a problem by showing appropriate formulas, procedures, and/or calculations Evaluate Find a numerical value or equivalent for an equation, formula, or function Explain Make clear what is not immediately obvious or entirely known; give the cause of or reason for; make known in detail Illustrate Make clear by giving an example. The form of the example will be specified in the question: e.g., a word description, sketch, or diagram Interpret Provide a meaning of something; present information in a new form that adds meaning to the original data Justify Provide valid reasons, evidence, and/or facts that support a position Model Represent a concept or situation in a concrete or symbolic way Predict State in advance on the basis of logic Prove Establish the truth or validity of a statement by giving factual evidence or logical argument Sketch Provide a drawing that represents the key features or characteristics of an object or graph Solve Give a solution to a problem Verify Establish, by substitution for a particular case or by geometric comparison, the truth of a statement
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