algebra |
a form of mathematics used to solve problems in which some of the numbers are not known. In an algebra problem, letters stand for the unknown numbers. |

answer |
the solution to a problem. [1/7 definitions] |

Band-Aid |
(lower case) a solution for a serious problem that is used for a short amount of time. [1/3 definitions] |

challenge |
an interesting or difficult problem or task. [1/6 definitions] |

clue |
a hint that helps solve a puzzle, problem, or mystery. |

detour |
a temporary route made to avoid a road repair or other problem, or some other way that is longer than the direct route. [1/3 definitions] |

difficulty |
something that causes worry or trouble; problem. [1/3 definitions] |

divisor |
the number in an arithmetic problem by which another number is to be divided. |

example |
a math problem used to show how similar math problems can be solved. [1/4 definitions] |

figure out |
to find an answer to a problem or puzzling question by using the power of the mind. |

forum |
a public meeting to discuss some problem of public or general interest. [1/2 definitions] |

glitch |
(informal) a small problem or defect. |

kink |
a small problem that does not allow something to work well. [1/4 definitions] |

lisp |
a speech problem in which "s" is pronounced like the "th" sound in "thick" and "z" is pronounced like the "th" sound in "this." [1/2 definitions] |

logic |
a way of solving a problem that uses careful thought and reasoning. |

program |
a plan for solving a problem. [1/7 definitions] |

puzzle |
a toy or problem that is solved by using thought or by rearranging letters, words, numbers, or objects. [1/4 definitions] |

question |
a matter that is in doubt or not certain; problem. [1/5 definitions] |

researcher |
one who does careful, dedicated study of something in order to gain information about it or solve a problem. |

riddle^{1} |
any question, problem, person, or thing that is difficult to figure out. [1/2 definitions] |

solution |
the act or process of solving a problem or question. [2/4 definitions] |