1 There is one way to solve each of these problems.

2 There is one way to solve every one of these problems.

3 There is one way to solve all of these problems.

4 Each of these problems can be solved in a single way.

5 Every one of these problems can be solved in a single way.

6 All of these problems can be solved in a single way.

In which case:

a-there is a different way per each different problem (as many ways as there are problems)

and in which case:

b-One single golden way will solve each and every problem (one way only, for instance using calculus or something like that)

Gratefully,

Navi

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ACCESS_POST_ACTIONS### Re: each/every/all

In theory, sentences 1 and 4 require your reading a) and all the rest require your reading b).

That said, I would very much expect most people to understand all the sentences as your reading b).

The distinction between "each" and "every" has never been well upheld in spoken English.

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That said, I would very much expect most people to understand all the sentences as your reading b).

The distinction between "each" and "every" has never been well upheld in spoken English.

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Non sum felix lepus

Non sum felix lepus

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