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23 October, 15:31

LotA has 4,000 spaces. Today Lot A has 2,500 cars in Lot A. Lot B has 2,000 spaces. If both lots have the same ratio of cars to spaces, how many cars are in parking lot B

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  1. 23 October, 16:02
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    Lot B has half the spaces of lot A, so will have half the cars: 1,250.
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