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Eight full buses of tourists are on a tour of tourist spots. Each bus holds 75 people including the driver and 2 tour guides. Two bus firm are equally responsible for supplying the buses for the tour. How many tourists is each bus firm carrying?

There are 72 TOURISTS on each bus. Multiply that by 8.
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