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# If a parking lot holds 1,600 cars and fills 3/4 of its spaces, how many spaces are filled?

**Solution:**

It is given that

Number of cars the parking lot holds = 1,600 cars

Spaces filled = 3/4 of its spaces

We have to find the number of spaces filled

It can be done by multiplying the capacity of the car lot with the spaces filled.

Spaces filled = Number of cars the parking lot holds × SpacesFilled

Substituting the values

= 1,600 × 3/4

= 1200

Therefore, 1200 spaces are filled.

## If a parking lot holds 1,600 cars and fills 3/4 of its spaces, how many spaces are filled?

**Summary:**

If a parking lot holds 1,600 cars and fills 3/4 of its spaces, 1200 spaces are filled.

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