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Could you please address the problem?

Could you please solve the problem?

Can we ask them?

What is the difference between address and solve in the context?

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Could you please address the problem? This means 'Could you please start to work on the problem?'

Could you please solve the problem? This means 'Could you please find a solution to the problem?'

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CliveThis means 'Could you please start to work on the problem?'

That means, to start work on the problem with solution(he found the solution already)

Correct?

or

Here, the solution refers the problem is over.

Could you please start to work on the problem? This sounds to me that the solution has not yet been found.


If the solution has been found, then I'd say

eg Could you please fix the system / the product / etc.

eg Could you please implement the solution?