· Understand all
tests and theories

· Look for
assertions without proof

· Consider alternative
proof

The proposed proof is forcibly
selective. Verify that it is a good
selection through:

· A list of proof
used to back up the case

· Another list of
arguments that seem to contradict and conflict the proposed proof

· Finally,
comparing lists (I) and (II), decide if the argumentation and the proof need to
be modified or not

**Observe Proper Examples**

**Take the Argument to its Last Conclusions**

**Avoid Emotional Words and Sentences**

The use of emotional words and sentences
should be avoided since they will color and modify the events and proof in your
argumentation.

**Consider the Topic of Proof from all Possible Angles**

Each problem should be focused from all
possible angles as to avoid deformation by using only one point of view.

**Problem Resolution**

Resolving issues is probably the only
method that can be used both to learn and auto evaluate what they have
studied. Since the resolution of a
problem implicates the application of knowledge and ability, it serves to
automatically test your ability to recognize what you have learned.

**Analyzing the Problem**

The first step in resolving a problem is
understanding what the problem consists of.

**Tentative Solution**

There is no one concrete way to solve
problems. Ideas on methods of how to do
this come from various paths and are invariably, in some sense, just guesses
and intuitions.

**The Solution to the Problem**

When you find what seems to be the
solution, you should take note very carefully.
Redact it in a logical way and very carefully justify each step that leads
you to finding it.

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