This is a question we've been asked a lot: "In reference to Professor Morgan's approach, the text says that "the end state is not a solution, but a refined or reframed identification of the problem", which alines with choice A, about not having solved the problem, thus not having a solution."
The passage does state that the end state of Morgan's approach is not a solution. However, that does not mean there is no solution at any point during Morgan's approach. In fact, the text specifically tells us that it is a problem-solving approach that identifies adaptive policies.
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