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"Solved" implies that you had to figure out what was wrong beforbefore you could "fix" the problem.

If your car has a flat tire, you fix the problem by replacing the flat tire with a good one.

If your car won't start, you could, for example, solve the problem by checking the spark plugs and noticing that they are worn out. You would then fix the problem by replacing the spark plugs.

"Solved" implies that you had to figure out what was wrong befor you could "fix" the problem.

If your car has a flat tire, you fix the problem by replacing the flat tire with a good one.

If your car won't start, you could, for example, solve the problem by checking the spark plugs and noticing that they are worn out. You would then fix the problem by replacing the spark plugs.

"Solved" implies that you had to figure out what was wrong before you could "fix" the problem.

If your car has a flat tire, you fix the problem by replacing the flat tire with a good one.

If your car won't start, you could, for example, solve the problem by checking the spark plugs and noticing that they are worn out. You would then fix the problem by replacing the spark plugs.

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"Solved" implies that you had to figure out what was wrong befor you could "fix" the problem.

If your car has a flat tire, you "fix"fix the problem by replacing the flat tire with a good tireone.

If your car won't start, you could, for example, solve the problem by checking the spark plugs and noticing that they are worn out. You would then "fix"fix the problem by replacing the spark plugs.

"Solved" implies that you had to figure out what was wrong befor you could "fix" the problem.

If your car has a flat tire, you "fix" the problem by replacing the flat tire with a good tire.

If your car won't start, you could, for example, solve the problem by checking the spark plugs and noticing that they are worn out. You would then "fix" the problem by replacing the spark plugs.

"Solved" implies that you had to figure out what was wrong befor you could "fix" the problem.

If your car has a flat tire, you fix the problem by replacing the flat tire with a good one.

If your car won't start, you could, for example, solve the problem by checking the spark plugs and noticing that they are worn out. You would then fix the problem by replacing the spark plugs.

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"Solved" implies that you had to figure out what was wrong befor you could "fix" the problem.

If your car has a flat tire, you "fix" the problem by replacing the flat tire with a good tire.

If your car won't start, you could, for example, solve the problem by checking the spark plugs and noticing that they are worn out. You would then "fix" the problem by replacing the spark plugs.