When graduate students in most fields engage in research projects, they have a research question, conduct studies related to that question, and answer that question. This is obviously not the case in math problem research, and if you are a grad level math student, you understand that as you conduct your research you may not, in fact, find a solution to your research question. Your goal is to build upon the research on the same problem that others have done, so that researchers who come after you can build some more! Not arriving at a solution may be frustrating for some, but math students by and large accept the challenge knowing that they will probably not do so. It’s all in the quest!
When that Quest is not Falling into Place
Problem research in math begins like most research projects. There is a ton of literature to review, so that you know where your start point need to be. Then, you must get creative. You will have to devise potential solutions, test them, and repeat that process. How many solutions you must devise is usually up to your advisor.
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