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An office building has 30 employees and allows 42 square feet of work space per employee. If five more employees are hired, how much less work space will each employee have?
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The same.
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Options are
A. 6 square feet
B. 7 square feet
C. 7.5 square feet
D. 36 square feet
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I'm genuinely stumped, I don't know how to write this problem
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>>7650993
Are you serious, this is below high-school tier
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>>7650993
Its just inverse ratio
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>>7650981
7 square feet.

30 employees divided by 5 new employees, 6.

6 goes into 42 7 times

Or 42/(30/5)= swuare foot per employee
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>>7651008
thanks boss
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>>7651008
Kek the answer is 6 retard
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0 because the dimensions of the office building are not specified
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30 employees * 42 Sq ft each = 1260 Sq ft total
1260 Sq ft/(30+5) new employees = 36
42 - 36 = 6

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