IN MATH: 1. as defined below. 2. v. with respect to a triangle, to determine the measures of each angle and each side. EX. Solving a triangle often requires trigonometry.

IN ENGLISH: 1. v. to find the solution; to answer, or explain, or to determine the missing information; to cause something not to be a problem anymore.

APPLICATION: See list 350, 400.

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