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at rush hour,240 people pass through a turnstile at a railway station each 5 minutes.If there are 8 turnstiles, how many people would pass through them all in an hour

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1 hr * 60 min/hr * 240 people/turnstile/5min * 8 turnstile = 23040 people/hr

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An hour consists of 12 5-minute periods.

240 * 8 * 12 = ?

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