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accepted What's the difference between a pathological problem and a normal problem?
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comment What's the difference between a pathological problem and a normal problem?
@HotLicks Could you please give me an example of a problem that's not pathological?
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comment What's the difference between a pathological problem and a normal problem?
@HotLicks Of course I have already looked it up. It is a synonym for diseased. I assumed that all problems are kind of pathological, and I didn't understand what did it mean to describe a problem as pathological.
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