# The pool

The pool contains 220 m

a) 10 hours of pipe B and 8 hours of pipe A, or

b) 10 hours of pipe A and 7 hours of pipe B.

How many cubic meters of water will flow in 1 hour from pipe A and how many from pipe B?

^{3}of water. The pool can be emptied either:a) 10 hours of pipe B and 8 hours of pipe A, or

b) 10 hours of pipe A and 7 hours of pipe B.

How many cubic meters of water will flow in 1 hour from pipe A and how many from pipe B?

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