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Shopping Center A
Square foot: 3,500
Distance: 4 miles

Shopping Center B
Square foot: 1,500
Distance: 5 miles

Shopping Center C
Square foot: 300
Distance: 3 miles

Use the Huff Gravity model to find the probability that customers will shop at shopping center A.

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