MATH SOLVE

2 months ago

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# Natalie is blocking off several rooms in a hotel for guests coming to her wedding. The hotel can reserve small rooms, that can room 3 people, and large rooms, that can room 4 people. How many wedding guests could stay in the hotel if Natalie reserved 15 small rooms and 6 large rooms? How many wedding guests could stay in the hotel if Natalie booked s small rooms and l large rooms?

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Answer:Step-by-step explanation:We can figure out the solution to this by using simple multiplication.15 (small rooms)6 (Large rooms)Since a small room can house 3 people,15(3).Fifteen, times the number of people we can put in each room (3).6(4)Six, times the number of people we can put in each room (4).As of right now she can only house 69 ;) (If you don't get this you're too young) You never told me how much S and L equaled so I can't calculate that. But you can now that you know how!Glad I could help!!