The city purchased 24 new buses that each hold 32 passengers. It also purchased 18 new smaller buses that each hold 27 passengers.
What is the greatest number of passengers that could be on all the new buses if all the seats were filled
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1 bus with 32 passengers = 1* 32 = 32 people
2 bus with 32 passengers = 2* 32 = 64 people
3 bus with 32 passengers = 3* 32 = 96 people
24 buses with 32 passengers = ?* 32 = ?? people
1 bus with 27passengers = 1* 27= 27people
2 bus with 27passengers = 2* 27= 54people
3 bus with 27passengers = 3* 27= 81people
18 buses with 27passengers = ?* 27= ?? people
Once you have the total for each type of bus - just add them up for the answer...
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