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The Importance and Features of a Problem Statement

A vital part of almost every report contains statements concerning its problem. Evaluate and explain the significance of report problems whose introductions could require coverage of methods of collecting data, historical background, and limitations.

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A problem statement typically is found within an introduction of a report, though some background information on the organization is usually provided first. The historical background is used to prepare readers for the issues involved in the problem presented. Without this historical background, it would be difficult for ...

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This document provides a discussion of why the problem statement is important in many types of documents, including those that analyze or review various forms of research. In addition, the discussion provides key points that the problem statement should include. 197 words.

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