## How to solve more Time and Work problems in simpler steps, type 2

In man hour work problems, if 8 men work for 3 hours, 24 man hours work amount is done. Then it is easy to say 4 men are needed to do same work in 6 hours.

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This is on how to solve similar profit and loss problem lightning quick by domain modeling for similar problems using basic and advanced concepts.

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In a set of components each having multiple entities, identify the base to be equalized; identify the target value to be equalized to and equalize the bases of each component in the set to establish direct relationship between the other entities...

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Base equalization technique produces quick solutions in indices problems. But that is not the only area of application of this more general concept. For solving problems on fractions also, the base equalization technique is indispensable...

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Even if you know that the Base equalization technique may solve your problem with great ease, first you have to decide on that and second you have also to decide to which same value the bases are to be equalized...

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Break up a number into its factors, just as you break up a complex problem into its component simpler sub-problems. Factorization is one of the most basic operations and is used extensively in other more important problem areas of HCF and LCM...

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