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# A certain stadium is currently full to 13/16 of its maximum seating

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A certain stadium is currently full to 13/16 of its maximum seating capacity. What is the maximum seating capacity of the stadium?

(1) If 1,250 people were to enter the stadium, the stadium would be full to 15/16 of its maximum seating capacity
(2) If 2,500 people were to leave the stadium, the stadium would be full to 9/16 of its maximum seating capacity.

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19 Aug 2017, 23:32
A certain stadium is currently full to 13/16 of its maximum seating capacity. What is the maximum seating capacity of the stadium?

(1) If 1,250 people were to enter the stadium, the stadium would be full to 15/16 of its maximum seating capacity
(2) If 2,500 people were to leave the stadium, the stadium would be full to 9/16 of its maximum seating capacity.

(1) tells us 2/16 = 1250 => 16 will be 1250 * 8 Sufficient

(2) tells us 4/16 = 2500 => 16 will be 2500 * 4 Sufficient

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