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What technique is used in "It is the problem to our solution"
 

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There are a number of techniques that might be applicable to this quote. The first one is ambiguity, which is when a particular aspect of a text is left to the reader's imagination. Depending on the text itself, you may wish to consider whether there is a certain degree of ambiguity present in this quote.

Another possible technique is contrast, which highlights a situation where two different aspects of a text are presented together with the aim of highlighting their differences, which may be the case considering that "the problem" and "our solution" are presented together. Similar to ambiguity, you should consider the text itself and whether contrast does indeed apply to this quote.

Additionally, a hyperbole, being the intentional exaggeration of a particular quote in an effort to add intensity, may have been employed in this quote. Depending on the events of the text, a particular element, being "the problem" to "our solution" could constitute some form of exaggeration.

Similar to the notion of contrast, the quote could contain a juxtaposition, which involves placing an idea parallel to another in an attempt to compare and contrast the two. For instance, how is the element described as "the problem" to "our solution" actually display problematic aspects that can interfere with an apparent solution? Here, the events of the text are also important and should therefore be considered.

I hope this helps! :D
 

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There are a number of techniques that might be applicable to this quote. The first one is ambiguity, which is when a particular aspect of a text is left to the reader's imagination. Depending on the text itself, you may wish to consider whether there is a certain degree of ambiguity present in this quote.

Another possible technique is contrast, which highlights a situation where two different aspects of a text are presented together with the aim of highlighting their differences, which may be the case considering that "the problem" and "our solution" are presented together. Similar to ambiguity, you should consider the text itself and whether contrast does indeed apply to this quote.

Additionally, a hyperbole, being the intentional exaggeration of a particular quote in an effort to add intensity, may have been employed in this quote. Depending on the events of the text, a particular element, being "the problem" to "our solution" could constitute some form of exaggeration.

Similar to the notion of contrast, the quote could contain a juxtaposition, which involves placing an idea parallel to another in an attempt to compare and contrast the two. For instance, how is the element described as "the problem" to "our solution" actually display problematic aspects that can interfere with an apparent solution? Here, the events of the text are also important and should therefore be considered.

I hope this helps! :D
Thank you Jimmy for the great help! :D
 

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