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## Full Context Case Question

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### Airplane Sitting Options

The client is a new airline with only one Boeing 737 in its fleet. Currently, the B-737 contains 200 Economy seats. The airline is considering installing business and First Class seats into the plane.

**The space required per seat is how much space each type of seat requires measured by the number of Economy seats.**

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The question didn’t give prices for each type of seats, do we just assume it’s $100 for eco and $200 for bus.?

The picture is not displayed on the website. As I understand, it depicted most of the information used in the calculation, right? In other case, there are too many things to assume in this question.

How do you get to the 33 business seats in q1?