Posted by Mack on Sunday, May 20, 2007 at 5:23pm.
How do I solve this problem?
There are 8 sections of seats in an auditorium. Each section contains at least 150 seats but not more than 200 seats. Which of the followin could be the number of seats in this auditorium?
What are your choices?
Multiply 150 x 8.
Multiply 200 x 8.
Your answer will be between those two numbers.
My choices are:
150 x 8 =
200 x 8 =
Which of your choices is between the two answers?
D. is correct.
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