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− | There are <math>22-12+1=11</math> rows of <math>33</math> seats, giving <math>11\times 33=\boxed{(C) 363}</math> seats. | + | There are <math>22-12+1=11</math> rows of <math>33</math> seats, giving <math>11\times 33=\boxed{\mathrm{(C)}\ 363}</math> seats. |
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Problem
Each row of the Misty Moon Amphitheater has 33 seats. Rows 12 through 22 are reserved for a youth club. How many seats are reserved for this club?
Solution
There are rows of seats, giving seats.
See also
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