comprehending the question, is the answer to the question
I accept this debate.
My opponent has the burden to objectively prove his claim that 'comprehending the question, is the answer to the question'.
Good luck PRO.
Nevertheless your claim still remains without ground so I await for further arguments that support your case.
PRO hasn't yet validated his claim of getting answers to questions by comprehending the question itself.I hence will make a constructive case on my own supporting my stance, since I don't see any signs of PRO making one.
So let's start by asking ourselves what the necessaary requirements for answering any question are. Even though comprehending the question is the starting step for getting the answer it isn't the SOLUTION to getting the answer as PRO claims. What is required is prior knowledge and specific skills depending on the type of problem presented. For example a question concerning mathematics would require you to have knowledge of the concept involved in the question and an appropriate level aptitude skill.
So to summarise,
Comprehending the quesion 'is not the' answer to the question.
Comprehending the question + Prior knowledge about the subject + Certain specific skills is what is needed to get the answer to questions.
Over to you PRO.
how could you comprehend the question without prior knowledge
‘how could you comprehend the question without prior knowledge’
It’s quite easily possible and there are a plethora of cases which would prove it.
Thus, comprehending the question, is NOT the answer to the question.
The resolution has been successfully negated.
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