Open problem
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In science and mathematics, an open problem or an open question is a known problem that can be accurately stated, and has not yet been solved (no solution for it is known). Some questions remain unanswered for centuries before solutions are found. Two notable examples in mathematics that have been solved and closed by researchers in the late twentieth century are Fermat's Last Theorem and the four color map theorem.
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See also
- List of unsolved problems (by major field)
- Hilbert's problems
- Millennium Prize Problems
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