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The stadium capacity allows for players, radio and newspaper reporters, and stadium workers in addition to spectators. How many of these people could be at a game?

Reserved Seating - 10,475

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42,500 - 31,750 - 10,475 = ?

Can you explain this?

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No. I do not get how you subtracted.

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