Work problems involves two or more persons or machines doing a particular task. In this type of problems, the rates of the persons or machines are usually given and the amount of time needed to complete a task is usually asked. Below are the posts that discuss in details these types of problems.

**How to Solve Work Problems Part 1** discusses the details of the basic concepts like how the equations are formed and why the equations are equated to 1.

**How to Solve Work Problems Part 2** discusses basic examples of work problems. It discusses how two hoses can fill a pool when they are opened simultaneously. It also discusses how a person can do a task alone given the rate of two persons working together.

**How to Solve Work Problems Part 3** discusses two persons who worked together and after a while, the other person stopped. It also discusses the problem about how many hours a pool is filled if both the inlet and outlet pipes are open.

The **Solving Work Problems Series** is one of the series of **Math Word Problem Series** in Algebra of **Ph Civil Service Exam Reviewer**.

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