The table shows the seating capacity of two different facilities. About how many times as great is the capacity of Madison Square Garden in New York than a typical movie theater?

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asked 2021-01-05
The table shows the seating capacity of two different facilities. About how many times as great is the capacity of Madison Square Garden in New York than a typical movie theater?

Answers (1)

Divide the capacity of Madison Garden by the capacity of a movie theater: \(\displaystyle\frac{{{3}^{{9}}}}{{{3}^{{5}}}}={3}^{{9}}-{5}={3}^{{4}}={81}\)
So, the capacity of Madison Square Garden is about \(\displaystyle{3}^{{4}}\) or 81 times greater than a typical movie theater.

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