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A local government had an employee reduction and lost 1/15 of its employees. If 308 of its employees were left after the reduction, how many employees were there originally?

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if you multiply 308 time (1/15) you get how many a (1/15) increase would be
if you multiply 308 times (16/15) you get how many a (1/15) increase would be plus the original 308
the opposite happens when you divide (a decrease, like in this problem)
308/(16/15) = 328.5333436

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So there were 328?

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well, rounding i guess it would be 329... but i dont know how you would have half a person so... either

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Okay. Thank you very much.

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